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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by jkcerda, Jul 30, 2016.
You reap what you sow
Only thing I will feel in Nov is the nice cool fall weather. Oh, and Hillary will win.
I hope Trump wins.
I'm looking forward to a side of victory with my turkey and stuffing this Thanksgiving.
Each candidate brings good things to the table and other things too. I've to get back to focusing on the good, for both.
I will feel it......what? The Bern?
Ziiiiiiing. Oh , wait
White dude needs to shove it in a little further to see it their way?
In identity politics, what happens when there's contradictory overlap? Or is that what intersectional feminism brought us a solution to?
With Trump there isn't contradictory overlap. There's unified horror by most, blind or callous indifference by some and sociopathic support from the 27%ers.
The vast majority are already feeling the pains of dumb choices in many ways. Long live the school of hard knocks.
I'd love to live in your world of absolute generalization certainty.
Bookend oxymorons. Well played. Bonus points for using the words "absolute" and "certainty" to describe a sentence containing qualifiers like "most," "some" and distinctions of indifference.
Or if you don't vote for Hillary then you get Trump. There is no middle ground, voters.
What about him?
He is better than either of the main clowns running
There's no third choice here. A vote for Hillary means another vote against Trump. Not voting for Hillary gets Trump closer to the whitehouse. Understand what's at stake here people.
Fine. I'll take trump
This should give you some bedtime reading on your hero Trump's integrity then.
Hillary is worse so...!
"For they sow the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind."
He appears to support both NAFTA and TPP. Aren't those two things you rail against consistently? As in, two of your biggest concerns?
I won't personally vote for someone who uses appeals to xenophobia as a campaign tactic, even if others are somehow able to look past it. I haven't voted Republican in the past either. I've examined them at the state level, but California is a weird state. We frequently end up with terrible incumbents and only crazies challenging them.