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They are pretty rare these days but every once in a while you come across them

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haha we must protect uterine borders!

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Any terrible liberal ones mock Republicans. I never see those posted, I guess all my stupid annoying friends are reps

The big bird memes got really old before the election. then the "republican tears" posts.

Not a whole lot lately though

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Gotta love the argument from authority fallacy.

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Gotta love the argument from authority fallacy.

well data and research don't seem to work on the deniers so

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“In our glorious fight for civil rights, we must guard against being fooled by false slogans, such as ‘right to work.’ It is a law to rob us of our civil rights and job rights.

Its purpose is to destroy labor unions and the freedom of collective bargaining by which unions have improved wages and working conditions of everyone…Wherever these laws have been passed, wages are lower, job opportunities are fewer and there are no civil rights. We do not intend to let them do this to us. We demand this fraud be stopped. Our weapon is our vote.” —Martin Luther King, speaking about right-to-work laws in 1961

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"Today Negroes want above all else to abolish poverty in their lives and in the lives of the white poor. This is the heart of their program. To end the humiliation was a start, but to end poverty is a bigger task. It is natural for Negroes to turn to the labor movement because it was the first and pioneer anti-poverty program….

"Negroes are not the only poor in the nation. There are nearly twice as many white poor as *****, and therefore the struggle against poverty is not involved solely with color or racial discrimination but with elementary economic justice….

"Now most serious thinkers acknowledge that dislocations in the market operation of our economy and the prevalence of discrimination thrust people into idleness and bind them in constant or frequent unemployment against their will. The poor are less often dismissed from our conscience today by being branded as inferior and incompetent. We also know that no matter how dynamically the economy develops and expands, it does not eliminate all poverty.

"To a degree, we have been attacking the problem by increasing purchasing power through higher wage scales and increased Social Security benefits. But these measures are exercised with restraint and come only as a consequence of organized struggles…Those at the lowest economic level, the poor white, the *****, the aged, are traditionally unorganized and have little or no ability to force a growth in their consumer potential. They stagnate or become even poorer in relation to the larger society."

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Gotta love the argument from authority fallacy.

You do realize figures like that are created in response to people arguing that there is no consensus, scientists disagree, research is inconclusive, right?

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