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  1. I don't believe black people as a whole are any more progressive as a voting bloc than any other race. Black Americans vote overwhelmingly for Democrats because of the outright racism they see from Republicans. source: https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-diversity-of-black-political-views/ If the Republicans pivoted away from openly courting xenophobes & racists with their rhetoric and instead promoted classical conservative values, I imagine blacks would vote similarly to whites and latinos in regards to Dem/Rep splits. I don't mean to make assumptions about any particular poster's political ideology but given the rhetoric I have seen from @Matthias and @AggieLean in this thread I'm not convinced that if black Americans were not historically disenfranchised from competing in the capitalist system that they would not support capitalism, despite the fact that capitalism is responsible for the theft of property/money from labor and oppresses the have-nots, regardless of of race, color, or creed.
  2. if she wins the DNC nomination again I'm moving to Canada
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    Leftist Lynch mob shows up outside Carlsons family home

    You reap what you sow.
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    which player does this forum overrate the most?

    Thomas Davis, got poo'd pretty heavily for suggesting that DG was correct in not wanting to extend his contract. Dontari Poe, heard many say he'd be an improvement from Star. KK has been extremely disappointing as well. One that I am guilty of, Vernon Butler. Dude is just a bust.
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    One thing about your party that you could change.

    not a democrat, but I think they'd be more successful if the party supported policies that support the working class and pushed those initiatives to the forefront of their political messaging instead of pushing more politically divisive topics such as abolishing ICE, the gender wage gap, #metoo, etc.
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    My million dollar idea

    notable republicans disavowing support from hate groups, no more "both sides" false equivalencies, no more racist dogwhistles would be a good start
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    Trump fires Jeff Sessions

    unfortunately there is no shortage of old white Republican men who would be more than happy to continue demonizing recreational and medical users of marijuana.
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    Trump fires Jeff Sessions

    good riddance you keebler elf looking piece of sh!t
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    Hey Trumpers...

    Considering how many people don't understand the concept of progressive taxation I'm actually gonna have to agree with Trump here.
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    ABCB is the only rhyme scheme

    if you can be swayed from voting solely by an episode of South Park then we're better off with you not voting
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    Gameday Thread .... Fearless Predictions???

    I'm hoping they are right, I'm only skeptical because they haven't done a large amount of polling on the issue. Utah is likely to be heavily restricted regardless of whether the initiative passes but at this point any movement forward is more momentum. If I'm in a purple state/district I'm making legalization a pillar in my campaign-- its one of a narrowing list of things that have broad bipartisan support and is likely to compel younger voters to be involved in the voting process.
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    Gameday Thread .... Fearless Predictions???

    on the bright side recreational MJ should pass in Michigan, possibly in North Dakota, and medicinal MJ may pass in Missouri and Utah
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    ABCB is the only rhyme scheme

    that doesn't make reference to the fact that in some scenarios the pedestrians are crossing against the light. http://moralmachine.mit.edu/ i've done these a few times and for the most part i keep it simple: if you cross against the light, the car should swerve and kill the pedestrians instead of the passengers in the car. if they are crossing the road legally then the decision is purely utilitarian in nature. though there is a point to be made about the difference (or lack thereof) in certain male/female executives and criminals
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