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  1. "Nobody who works 40 hours a week should live in poverty. " - Bernie Sanders 

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    2. OftenWrong

      OftenWrong

      "Are there no work houses?" - Eb. OftenWrong

    3. Shady

      Shady

      Is he a grown up or a child?

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      It's childish to think that someone working full time should be able to at least shelter, feed and clothe themselves with their earnings? We have full time workers of billion-dollar corporations like Walmart relying on food banks to eat. That's unacceptable and changeable. 

  2. Alex Jones called Doug Ford a "giant, demonic ferret." He must be doing something right.

    1. DogOnPorch

      DogOnPorch

      So you're an Alex Jones fan...

    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      I was referring to Doug. I once thought Doug was Trump North. I still don't like him, but I don't think he's as bad as that, and I don't think he should resign. 

  3. "The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are filled with doubt." - Bertrand Russell

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    2. OftenWrong

      OftenWrong

      Bubber self-identifies as libtard. Nice

    3. Army Guy

      Army Guy

      Your a liberal your not loyal to anything but yourself, and your bank account, condemning a few people doesn't make you jack shit. except maybe a liberal they condemn people all the time, like our soldiers, police RCMP, any security department really,  lets not forget the right, Gun owners, the western half of the country, oil and gas sectors and everything in it, anyone that does not live by the lefts life style pretty. 

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      You ever worry you've been brainwashed on the Internet by smarter forces than you so that you see your own people and society as the enemy? That would be a pretty clever cyber ops attack, wouldn't it? Think about that before you shame yourself any further, like Mathews and Hurren.

  4. They were so sure the Trump campaign's Russian collusion  was fake news and a hoax.

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    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Good one.

       

      How humiliating for you. :lol:

    3. Shady

      Shady

      1.  Collusion isn’t a crime.

      2.  Manafort isn’t/wasn’t in legal trouble for anything related to 2016.  It was all related to tax issues from a decade ago.

      3.  There’s NO evidence Trump was involved in any way.

      Stop the nonsense already.  You’re embarrassing yourself.

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Sure there's evidence. Starting with the debate with Hillary when he denied Russia's involvement. That was unfiltered evidence that anyone who isn't a halfwit could see clearly.

      There has been more and more evidence since then, and the half-retarded Putin internet soldiers have been denying the obvious every step of the way.

      First they deny it happened. Then they deny it's a crime. Can't deny they're all pieces of shit though. :lol:

  5. They say they're against government tyranny but they accept people getting shot for not complying.

    1. Argus

      Argus

      Maybe they just don't care much about what happens to criminals.

  6. Congrats to Matt Gaetz for being the first congressman to surrender his phone to the FBI in an underage sex trafficking investigation.

    1. Shady

      Shady

      Maybe he should’ve destroyed it like Hillary did! 😂

  7. Tucker Carlson openly spews white supremacist "replacement theory."

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    2. DogOnPorch

      DogOnPorch

      It's good to surrender to a culture that treated the natives even worse than we did. It's the right thing to do.

      Game: New World

      Winner: Spain

    3. Boges

      Boges

      I missed the part where Spain was dictating the culture in Latin America beyond the actual language. 

       

    4. DogOnPorch

      DogOnPorch

      I don't expect non-historian types to have much clue about 16th and 17th century colonialism. But suffice to say Spain and Portugal were first into the "New World". Their treatment of native populations was genocidal. 

      While I love Spanish/Portuguese culture on the face, I do not like much of the cultural baggage. Machoism...say no more. They can stay where they initially conquered...no need to conquer my home, too.

      I do respect that you and others want Spain to control it all, though...may the best culture win, eh?  

  8. I too am tired of stupid people.

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    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Not sure if they're sociopaths or just really, really stupid. Or both.

  9. "Religion is based on the idea that God is an imbecile." - Noam Chomsky

  10. Gaetz and Greenberg reportedly had a third Republican elected official join them in allegedly molesting the 17 year old for money. I wonder who.

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    2. OftenWrong

      OftenWrong

      I heard they had their orgy right in the Capitol building! The swines

  11. Imagine if Hunter Biden slaughtered a wild elephant and posed with it like a grinning sociopath.

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    2. Shady

      Shady

      Classic whataboutism! 🤣

    3. bcsapper

      bcsapper

      Pretty disgusting though.  I mean, what a tosser, eh?  What an absolutely execrable excuse for a human being.

      I guess it was the way he was brought up.

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Not a whataboutism, dummy. It's an Imagineifism. 

  12. "The general public doesn't know what is happening, and it doesn't even know that it doesn't know." - Noam Chomsky

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    2. OftenWrong
    3. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Let me know what face tattoo you decide on.

    4. OftenWrong

      OftenWrong

      Not sure yet. Why, are you all out of black shinola?

  13. Since the GOP has clearly become a party of projection, Matt Gaetz makes perfect sense.

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    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      That's why you're so gullible. You just repeat the talking points that were written to trigger your emotions, but you haven't a clue where they came from originally.

    3. Shady

      Shady

      I don’t fall for hoaxes, you do Bubber.  That’s why you’re Blue Anon.

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      You cheered on a riot because you fell for a hoax.

  14. Tucker supposedly "destroys" Trudeau in a pro-virus rant? These people are insane.

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    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      No difference at all. Just don't cheer on any more riots and we're good.

    3. Shady

      Shady

      Big difference.  Ones a violent mob that you pretend doesn’t exist.  The other was talking peacefully on a television show about the disgusting policies of Dear Leader Trudeau.  You people are a cult.  You’ll defend anything of his.

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      As a grown adult, I can understand the need to take drastic measures to prevent the spread of a highly contagious disease. I am always anti-virus.

      And either you are pro-fa or anti-fa. You switch back and forth on that position as often as you do in your approval and disapproval of mitigation.

  15. Remember when Matt Gaetz was the lone No vote on an anti-human trafficking bill? Making more sense now.

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    2. Infidel Dog

      Infidel Dog

      Actually I always thought pundit meant what it does mean:

      Quote

      noun a learned person, expert, or authority. a person who makes comments or judgments, especially in an authoritative manner; critic or commentator.

      Now when I attach  "Wannabe" to that it describes precisely the picture you appear to want to paint of yourself when you try to "professorially" (also used correctly) offer up these ridiculous notions you get as fact.

    3. Infidel Dog

      Infidel Dog

      BTW, did you know Florida is famous for attracting retirement age people to it when they get pensioned off?

      So there's nothing wrong with Matt Gaetz's retweet. 

      Seriously Bubber, you have to kick this habit you have of thinking you know things you obviously don't. 

      Makes you look stupid.

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      If that's what he meant, then he would have said "you're never too old to look sexy". 

      Sorry if that observation strikes you as too professorial.

  16. Were you beaten by Trump's goons during his failed insurrection?  You may be entitled to compensation!

    1. BubberMiley
    2. Shady

      Shady

      How about when you’re beaten by BLM or Antifa? 😂

    3. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      I haven't been, but if I were I would sue. I am not stupid enough to support rioters. I'm not like you.

  17. Bill Barr's FBI started an investigation into Matt Gaetz's relationship with a 17 year old girl.

    1. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Isn't he the same guy who weirdly announced he was keeping some Cuban boy as a "son"? Given Trumpers' proclivity for projection, Pizzagate is making me nervous.

  18. Trump could brag that he sabotaged all public health advice, leading to 500,000+ deaths, and his supporters would still support him.

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    2. Argus

      Argus

      A lot of them can be blamed on Trudea. Canada has had far, far more deaths from Covid than all of east Asia. Think about that. They have over four hundred million people and we have about three or four times more deaths. Why do you think that is? He didn't close the borders, he didn't force people into quarantine, and he only started testing at the border in February. We could have kept the UK variant out had he done this earlier.

    3. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Justin didn't deliberately sabotage public health advice, as Trump admitted to. And most Dems are calling for Cuomo to resign. So your halfwit whataboutisms fail.

    4. Argus

      Argus

      Trudeau and Trump are both narcists and both were more concerned with the PR aspects of this disease than containing it. I will admit Trudeau was more earnest and stupid rather than utterly sociopathic and uncaring like Trump.

  19. Fauci and Birx remind us that Trump killed hundreds of thousands by politicizing the virus.

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    2. Boges

      Boges

      Or wear one himself, regularly in public. 

    3. Shady

      Shady

      Because a national mask mandate is unconstitutional.

    4. OftenWrong

      OftenWrong

      Why didnt Uncle Joe do that?

  20. Outlawing supplying food and water to people standing in election lines you created is wingnut politics that will backfire horribly. 

    1. Infidel Dog

      Infidel Dog

      Nobody is dying of hunger or thirst in voting lines and if you want water or a sandwich you can bring a bottle or a lunch.

      The general policy of gifting for votes however is a bad one and we saw it in the last election in Nevada. It can begin with friendly partisan campaigners making offers of something as harmless as a tuna sandwich and a bottle of water in a voting line and end in lotteries for TVs like it did in Nevada. Or pizza parties for proxies like I remember happened during the Obama/Biden years in, I think it was Arizona.

      In any case a regulation against food and water gifts in voting lines is a small regulation that's only a tiny part of a large number of other openly necessary regulations. You pulled that one out of the pack to bleed phony concern into a larger issue. It is falsely supposed to express a false general truth.

      No. Regulating gifts in voting lines does not prove all regulations against vote rigging must be suppressed.

    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Even McConnell says it's unjustifiable. Seeing that is the case, I imagine they're generating fake claims that everybody makes it illegal to give food and water to voters and Georgia is just catching up. When your base believes anything you tell them, you tell them anything. :lol:

  21. Humiliated Fox tries to cling to dementia narrative by headlining how Biden had...OMG...NOTES for his press conference! 

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    2. Shady

      Shady

      He might be retired now.  He probably watches CNN all day.

    3. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Beats being a failed dishwasher. :lol:

    4. Infidel Dog

      Infidel Dog

      You oughta know. 9t64pbd.gif

  22. Carbon tax ruled to be (obviously) constitutional, but CPC got to get their lawyers paid.

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    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Poor monkey. :lol:

    3. Shady

      Shady

      Poor China lackey.

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      That talking point isn't working out for you very well. Almost as bad as how your dementia Joe can't take a press conference talking point is working out. Have you ever been right about anything? 🐵

  23. How many elected Republicans are among those "not reasonable people"?

  24. GodDamn the NRA and all its supporters.

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    2. Shady

      Shady

      It’s already been adjudicated by the Supreme Court several times.  Or are they the NRA too?  #BlueAnon

    3. bush_cheney2004

      bush_cheney2004

      The U.S. already has nuclear bombs...lots of them.  We like those too !

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Shady is confused because I mentioned the NRA and Regina Girl mentioned the Constitution, which she admitted makes her unable to prevent terrorists from developing nuclear armaments in the U.S.?

  25. The only widespread election fraud is the allegation there is widespread election fraud. 

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