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Posted in: Trump allies show fealty to former president with golden statue See in context

in passing the most and highest massive debt in US history and he’s only been on the job for two months, probably.

Right on cue, Republicans care about debts and deficits the instant a Democratic President is elected.

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Posted in: Trump allies show fealty to former president with golden statue See in context

They absolutely do and that is to move far away from the establishment Republicans as fast as they can and to be the voice of the American middle class and blue collar worker. Over 70% of registered Republicans want Trump to lead the party, so yeah, Trump isn’t going anywhere.

Your example of “a platform beyond Trump” is “make Trump the leader”?

Okay.

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Posted in: Trump allies show fealty to former president with golden statue See in context

Last week, I asked what the difference between the GOP and the Nazi party was. I was told that was a silly comparison.

Today, CPAC’s very stage is shaped like a Nazi symbol, the odal rune.

It really is over for the GOP. It has become a racist, fascist cult.

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Posted in: Mos Burger adds sliced bread to their menus See in context

I hope one day someone tells me what bread is.

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Posted in: Mos Burger adds sliced bread to their menus See in context

But what does all that make?

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Posted in: China denies subjecting U.S. diplomats to COVID-19 anal tests See in context

Sounds like the diplomats were dealt a bum hand.

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Posted in: Wanted: New K-Pop band, American style See in context

Didn't the whole American boy group fad disappear by early 2000s? There hasn't been a boy group in America since the time of Backstreet Boys, N*Sync, 98 Degrees, etc.

It's a relief to hear that the Jonas Brothers never existed.

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Posted in: Mos Burger adds sliced bread to their menus See in context

But what is bread?

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Posted in: Trump supporters want to 'blow up' Capitol, police chief warns See in context

So, the current narrative from the right is that there is no such thing as a Trump supporter. In fact, they are all, and always have been, democrats trying to pretend to be Trump supporters to make Trump supporters look bad. Talk about rubes, there weren't actually any Trump supporters to make look bad!

Raw Beer, next week: I can't believe the Democrats are charging Trump with tax fraud.

Raw Beer, April: Donald Trump was never President. This is a hoax by Democrats to try and tie a criminal to the holy GOP.

Raw Beer, June: I'm glad that Trump, a lifelong Democrat and idol of Obama, is being found guilty of a crime. Democrats must be held to account for their crimes.

Raw Beer, 2024: Donald Trump doesn't exist. He never existed. It's all a Democrat fraud to try and besmirch the character of the GOP nominee, Donald Trump.

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

Will Mr. Potato Head have different vestibules to replace his plug in head?

Please do not deadname Potato Head.

Lots of confused middle aged men

Don’t pigeon-hole or stereotype people. Ageism isn’t pleasant either.

Far too much of this going on here.

OK boomer.

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

Here's a more honest article about Mr. Potato Head...

Please do not deadname Potato Head.

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

Stop I'm screaming. "Everything that is decent and good, personified here by a mass-produced egg-shaped plaything for preschoolers that I will get extremely mad about for not having the word 'Mr.' on the box."

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

This is honestly the funniest news story in a long time. A company says that plastic isn't male or female, the far-right have a diaper disaster and then, because they want to project "strength", have to spend hours finding new ways to type "im not mad. please dont say im mad".

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

Yes. That’s why we’re more open minded

Far-right: We're very open minded.

Hasbro Toys: This brown spheroid designed to amuse toddlers doesn't have a gender.

Far-right: I'm angry and upset.

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

No way, man. When me and my buds all get together, we're still gonna call it "MR. Potato Head."

Just a normal night between bros. Crack open some cold ones, put on some music, and have extended discussions about a round lump made for toddlers.

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Posted in: Mos Burger adds sliced bread to their menus See in context

What the heck is bread?

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Posted in: TV series 'Frasier' latest '90s hit to get a revival See in context

Is this because of nostalgia, or because Hollywood has lost its creative imagination and can't think of any new shows?

Nostalgia, and the subsequent relative ease of getting eyes on screens.

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Posted in: Trump supporters want to 'blow up' Capitol, police chief warns See in context

GOP: It's awful that Democrats are putting up barriers and steel walls outside government buildings.

Normal people: They have to because you tried to overthrow democracy and murder elected officials. Last month.

GOP: Are you STILL talking about that? Can't we focus on real, relevant, recent issues, like Hillary's e-mails?

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

"I'm deeply emotionally and mentally invested in the gender of a plastic potato made for two-year-olds" - very healthy adults who have good priorities.

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Posted in: Concern over rich-poor divide seen on the increase during pandemic See in context

I'm someone who has read work by economists who were born after 1723.

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Posted in: Panel urges quick adoption of carbon pricing to hit emissions goal See in context

You can't fight climate change, which is caused by capitalism, with more capitalism.

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Posted in: TV series 'Frasier' latest '90s hit to get a revival See in context

Boo. No.

Bring back "The big Bang Theory"!!

NOO!

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Posted in: Harris urges Black Americans: 'Let's not let COVID get us' See in context

More Big Vitamin Pill propaganda from Raw Beer.

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Posted in: U.S. Supreme Court inclined to expand warrantless entry into homes See in context

This is bad.

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Posted in: French film giant Gerard Depardieu charged with rape See in context

Anyone ever notice that the women who go on most about toxic masculinity, are also the most extreme examples of toxic femininity? And ever notice how angry they get when you point that out?

What is toxic femininity, in your mind?

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Posted in: What are some past TV shows that could no longer be aired because they would be considered politically incorrect? See in context

Almost everything and anything that was funny could no longer be shown today. The US and other countries struggling with PC bullying allowed the overly-sensitive minority-few to take the fun and humor out life and entertainment.

Are you suggesting there are no funny TV shows being produced today? I can assure you that that isn't the case.

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Posted in: What are some past TV shows that could no longer be aired because they would be considered politically incorrect? See in context

Lots of people in this topic pining for the Black and White Minstrel Show. Weird.

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Posted in: 12 Japan firms to end business deals involving Uyghur forced labor See in context

englisc aspyrgend...... you could go on but that wouldn't make it true. The UN routinely publishes nonsense.... WMDs in Iraq?

The UN never claimed that Iraq possessed WMDs in the run-up to the 2003 invasion.

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Posted in: 12 Japan firms to end business deals involving Uyghur forced labor See in context

Good.

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Posted in: Capitol defenders blame bad intelligence for deadly breach See in context

First, you know I meant the attackers do not represent the BULK of Trump supporters. You would specially if you had ever even had the decency of attending one just you know, to be fair.

Attending what? An assault on the Capitol? No, thank you.

But still believing the election was stolen is not per se a wrong thing.

It is. There is no evidence that the election was stolen.

Besides, have you seen your senile leader recently? really seen him? 

The USA doesn't have a senile leader. Not any more, anyway.

And then you just go full falsehood. "Attempted coup" Come on, man. Nobody can seriously believe that, except maybe some delusional extremist taking part on the attack that day. But there is no way that was an attempted coup, there was never any real possibility of seizing governmental powers, specially since there was no military involved.

The crowd intended to usurp the official counting of the electoral votes in order to have Trump, who lost the election, installed as President. Many came with the intention of assassinating elected members of Congress.

They were lead into the delusion that Trump had actually won, and that his victory was stolen, and that they could only "stop the steal" through violence by Trump himself.

And please re-read my original post. The attack serves and served Trump no service or purpose and contradicts everything he stands for as individual and/or stood for as President.

You are 100% wrong. It represents his disdain for democracy, his self-interest, his dishonesty, and his mistaken belief that he should be given something just because he wants it.

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