r/WhitePeopleTwitter Jul 05 '22 All-Seeing Upvote 2 Rocket Like 1 Wholesome 30 Take My Energy 4 'MURICA 1 Bravo! 1 Faith In Humanity Restored 1 Gold 7 Wholesome Seal of Approval 2 Got the W 1 Platinum 2 Plus One 1 Take My Power 1 I'll Drink to That 1 Beating Heart 1 Silver 24 Helpful 24 To The Stars 1 Timeless Beauty 1 Justice Served 1

Conservatives! You’re living the life liberals gave you.

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u/GetsGold Jul 05 '22

some girly-man liberal fought for laws to regulate the meat packing industry.

Some socialist, specifically. And the changes came about because the then Republican president listened to him despite opposing his political views.

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u/OrdinaryPye Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 06 '22 Wholesome

"The American People will take Socialism, but they won't take the label. I certainly proved it in the case of EPIC. Running on the Socialist ticket I got 60,000 votes, and running on the slogan to 'End Poverty in California' I got 879,000. I think we simply have to recognize the fact that our enemies have succeeded in spreading the Big Lie. There is no use attacking it by a front attack, it is much better to out-flank them." - Upton Sinclair

At the end of the day. It got done. Labels be damned.

Edit: Damn. Thanks y'all. Most upvotes I've ever gotten. Just remember our priorities. We do what we do to help people, and we will help those in need by any means necessary. Even if they don't know that we were the ones that did it.

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u/begentlewithme Jul 05 '22

So what you're saying is we need the the whitest looking motherfucker to run under the Republican banner, screeching and shouting like they do about liberals already, but then say it's actually the Republican party all along who's been caring for the people with "End Needless Veteran and American Deaths" bill that's a barely disguised universal healthcare bill while screaming the commie liberals don't want you to have it, and anyone who opposes is actually a sleeper liberal, and we'll have universal healthcare? Those dumb cunts will vote for it, and you know it.

Frankly I don't give a damn which party gets the credit or what label it's under.

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u/zSprawl Jul 05 '22

If they had a candidate who actually had a platform and would follow through, I’d listen.

Of course if it was the same old bullshit, I’d hope that I’d hear and recognize it too.

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u/firefly_pdp Jul 05 '22

"You're currently double-paying for your healthcare - once at the paycheck and the other at the hospital. I just want to eliminate the latter so you only pay once!"

I'm convinced that if a candidate tried this argument they'd get more Republican support.

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u/[deleted] Jul 06 '22

It worked to convince a family member. Then sourced him that the person he was voting for wanted that to never happen, and wanted to get rid of SS and Medicaid altogether and got a "nothing I can do about it" - "will you vote for him?" - "yes."

They don't want their lives to get better, they've moved past that, they just want someone else's life to be worse.

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u/Icy-Bug8847 Jul 06 '22

This is the thing that drives me crazy. I pay out of my ass for health insurance, why am I paying every time I go to the doctor or for prescriptions. Fucking bullshit

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u/TheNextBattalion Jul 06 '22

More independent support perhaps. But Republicans will shit on it because they look down on the person who proposed it. Superiors don't take orders or advice from inferiors, in their book.

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u/OrdinaryPye Jul 05 '22

Exactly. At the end of the day what do we care about? Getting credit or helping people?

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u/zSprawl Jul 05 '22

Romneycare.

Obama should have pushed it harder as the Republican’s idea and gave them credit, especially during his second term when he no longer needed popularity to get re-elected.

Not his fault of course but it would have been nice.

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u/the_rainbow_renegade Jul 05 '22

Obama was SMART to not give a fuck about leveraging Mitt Romney. Some individual Mormons are cool people. I would start making “flee the country in a life or death situation” plans if a Mormon got close to the White House.

If I start googling, I’m sure I can find a child of Mitt Romney who would spill all the beans about why Romney would let the Mormon church run the country “in secret”.

Separation of church and state. “Under God” wasn’t added to the national currency until the Red Scare in the 50’s.

Fuck the Mormon church. The individuals can prove themselves among their community but they are all too brainwashed and immoral when it actually counts for me to even trust them with a personal secret, much less the future of my country 😂

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u/Broken_Petite Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

I honest to God assumed that was a quote from someone recently. Because what he’s saying is still relevant today.

And I know that’s cliche but I’m not saying that to try to sound smart. But I (and many others) often criticize Democrats for not knowing how to message and I feel like this quote encapsulates that perfectly.

Democrats - especially Progressives - need to start thinking this way when trying to reach the masses. I don’t know exactly what that looks like, but I’m certain it could be better than now.

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u/quandrum Jul 05 '22

I mean, Capital has learned it's lesson from the FDR and post war era/civil rights era.

Think of any movement in the last 20 years and you probably remember the entire media mocking and belittling it. Fox news, MSNBC, NYT, BBC all get in their licks to make sure no one takes it seriously.

DeFuNd ThE PolIcE is an awful slogan and that's why they'll brand them with it even if they don't use it.

What does occupy wallstreet even want? You'd probably know if you listened for 5 seconds but all you can hear is us pretending not to hear.

'Bernie Sanders is going to hang you in central park" was the best-case liberal take on MSNBC

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u/selectrix Jul 05 '22

I don't know if it works like that though. It's always easier to subvert and confuse language than it is to use it constructively, just like how it's always easier to destroy than create.

Those willing to act in bad faith will always have an advantage in that.

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u/ptolemyofnod Jul 05 '22

Good idea. Same thing with changing the name of unions.

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u/AardvarkAblaze Jul 05 '22

It's always sad to me that the big take away from The Jungle was the unsanitary conditions in the meat packing industry and not the exploitation of immigrant labor as Sinclair intended.

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u/GetsGold Jul 05 '22

Sinclair: these workers are suffering in terrible, unsanitary conditions.

Everyone: OMG, unsanitary conditions??

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u/Hita-san-chan Jul 05 '22

But we eat that meat!

However Im not knocking the good that came out of it. It was a desperately needed reform, it just didnt cover what it should have covered

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u/eolson3 Jul 05 '22

If we ate people we would be on top of it.

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u/Conan_Troutman_SV Jul 05 '22

The workers were suffering?

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u/RavioliGale Jul 05 '22

Workers got squished into the meat packing machines and instead of saying, "Poor worker" we said, "I don't want workers in my meat."

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u/Feshtof Jul 05 '22

As a left wing.fantsy pants annoying dogooder I really do want both.

Better treatment for the workers and no workers in my hotdogs.

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u/Alpha_Decay_ Jul 05 '22

I want better workers in my treated hotdogs

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u/Njacks64 Jul 05 '22

Well-treated workers make for the best tasting meat.

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u/TeebsAce Jul 05 '22

To be fair, the unsanitary conditions were also a huge problem and solving it was still a step forward

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u/Zephyr096 Jul 05 '22

His book Oil! is a pretty good exploration of similar themes but with more explicitly socialist rhetoric

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u/grill_em_aII Jul 05 '22

How well did the message translate in There Will Be Blood? I haven't read the book, so I'd be interested in your takeaway.

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u/jellybeansean3648 Jul 05 '22

In fairness, he had like three major takeaways in that book:

Voter fraud and manipulation Unsanitary working condition Exploitative and criminally low pay for migrants

He even took the time to make an aside about how disgusting and unsafe urban areas were compared to rural areas.

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u/tommytraddles Jul 05 '22

This whole Twitter thread is basically just an update of Sidney Webb's epic takedown of an "individualist town councillor", where he just recounts how all of socialism's hard fought victories are considered the 'normal baseline' today:

An individualist town councillor will walk along the municipal pavement, lit by municipal gas and cleansed by municipal brooms with municipal water and - seeing by the municipal clock in the municipal market, that he is too early to meet his children coming from the municipal school, hard by the county lunatic asylum and the municipal hospital, will use the national telegraph system to tell them not to walk through the municipal park, but to come by the municipal tramway to meet him in the municipal reading-room, by the municipal museum, art-gallery, and library, where he intends ... to prepare his next speech in the municipal town hall in favor of the nationalization of canals and in increase of Government control of the railway system.

"Socialism, Sir," he will say, "don't waste the time of a practical man by your fantastic absurdities. Self-help, Sir, individual self-help, that's what has made our city what it is."

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u/LetMeSleepNoEleven Jul 05 '22

He telegraphed his kids at school? Wow.

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u/soulofsilence Jul 05 '22

Unfortunately some liberals don't like socialists much either.

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u/srottydoesntknow Jul 05 '22

yea, but pre-WW2 republicans were basically the labor party even compared to even modern Democrats. They may not have been socialists at that point but even Roosevelt's description of his actions shows they are distrustful of capitalism. Hell the right would call Teddy a communist today

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u/whywasthatagoodidea Jul 05 '22

pre-WW2

Pre-ww1. After that they were not pro labor in anyway, not in the 20s, and certainly not the 30s.

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u/silicon_based_life Jul 05 '22

This is fairly inaccurate - Roosevelt was an anomaly in the party and it was only by his influence that the big business interests were kept at bay for long enough for progressive reforms to be made. The northern Democrats were labour advocates to a far greater level than the Republicans were, excepting Roosevelt's faction (which later became even more radical when they left the party)

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u/cbrooks1232 Jul 05 '22

Every six weeks, Sue also dyes her mouse y brown hair with Clairol 102 “Ivanka Blonde”, which doesn’t fry her scalp because some liberals fought to keep cosmetics companies from adding skin burning chemicals in their at home hair coloring products.

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u/xkcd_puppy Jul 05 '22

Sue is in a MLM that hucks hair dye. She is bald.

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u/schuma73 Jul 05 '22

That's the shampoo one. But don't worry, they say it's just a thinning phase and your hair will grow back stronger and better than ever.

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u/Vilerattata Jul 05 '22

It’s just detoxing, after all, and getting rid of the scary chemicals with long names that are in properly regulated formulas.

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u/Darth-Regnos Jul 05 '22

Of course, we have to use more scary chemicals with long names to do that, but we'll just slap an organic sticker on it because technically everything is organic! It all came from the same atoms!

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u/northshore12 Jul 05 '22

Now with more MOLECULES!

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u/[deleted] Jul 05 '22

Sue is also in a mlm that sells “ natural” wigs for women that have lost their hair due to unregulated mlm hair shampoo.

Edit : mlm not mom

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u/namaste_beach Jul 05 '22

Boss babe!

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u/AdPsychological7926 Jul 05 '22

"Hi, Hun! Do you remember me from High School? Yeah, I know we ran in different social circles and made fun of your glasses and called you a lesbian and banged that boy you had a crush on out sheer spite and copied off of you all the time. Do you want to make extra income on the side? Do you have four other friends that would like to get involved, too? I totally pinky promise this is not a scam! XOXO!!!"

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u/Doktor_musmatta Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22 Helpful Bravo! Table Slap

Sue gets to vote for Donald, even if her husband votes for someone else, because some feminazi antifa liberal thought that women should be allowed to vote, for some reason.

Edit: just kidding, Sue obviously doesn't vote, only her husband, as Head of the Family™ does that.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

Well well well… not anymore! 2024 may be Sue’s last election.

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u/guadsquad96 Jul 05 '22

Hey now, things can change in 2 years!

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

Thanks for the hope 🤍

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u/Nayre_Trawe Jul 05 '22

Unless the Supreme Court does what we expect them to do with Moore v. Harper, at which point there is no hope left.

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u/EmmalouEsq Jul 05 '22

All of us who in 2016 warned of this don't feel good to be right.

We've been the shit hole for awhile, it's just that the slide to fascism is speeding up exponentially since Trump came down that stupid escalator and unfortunately many don't see it yet and won't until it's too late.

I have zero hope. We're a country with leadership that does the very minimum or nothing at all when children are massacred at school.

The Supreme Court has been full on BS in the modern era since at least Bush v Gore. But, just give it a few more years before they start looking like the Dred Scott Court especially given how much the current conservative Justices seem to hate those Reconstruction Amendments.

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u/JockBbcBoy Jul 05 '22

All of us who in 2016 warned of this don't feel good to be right.

Came here to say this. A President was elected into office based on his ability to stir up and feed off hate and not hope. He maneuvered to ensure that the democracy would further his hateful policies for decades.

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u/taybay462 Jul 05 '22

yup. when trump was elected i was a college freshman at a very progressive school. i knew instantly that some serious shit would go down, couldnt predict what exactly of course but the chickens are indeed coming home to roost. but what do i know.

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u/vlasvilneous Jul 05 '22

Yeah, thats exactly what they are saying.

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u/CoconutCavern Jul 05 '22

2024 will likely be all of our last election.

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u/tehlemmings Jul 05 '22

Nah, that's not true. Even if the country completely falls apart and splits up, about half of it will still end being democratic.

As a Minnesotan, I look forward to voting in Canadian elections.

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u/CoconutCavern Jul 06 '22

Wishful thinking but sorry buddy, Canadians are going to get involved in your civil war as little as possible.

Good luck gaining independence from the largest military ever created, plus about 15 individual police forces more well armed than the Ukrainian military, all taking orders from an extreme capitalist President and Supreme Court.

Canada will take refugees but that's about all we can do.

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u/golfpinotnut Jul 05 '22

Well, those man-hating liberals actually fought for Sue's right to vote when they pushed through the 19th Amendment. It is so concisely worded that even the most woman-hating SCOTUS judge couldn't argue about its meaning:

The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.

Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

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u/Strongstyleguy Jul 05 '22

Still blows my mind that there are women who think their husbands should vote for them at best or a proper woman shouldn't want to vote anyway

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u/Doktor_musmatta Jul 05 '22

"The husband should vote for his whole Family™" is just mind-bogglingly stupid

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u/Strongstyleguy Jul 05 '22

It's every flavor of stupid. Far too many people view wives and children as possessions and extensions of themselves.

They don't discipline their kids to teach them; they do it so the kids don't make the man look bad.

Wives are expected to be grateful simply that some man chose them out of all the pretty dolls and to repay that action with complete subservience.

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u/YesDone Jul 05 '22

and babies.

Let's hope nothing goes wrong in those first few weeks, when 1/4 of pregnancies spontaneously miscarry and and don't always come out completely. There used to be a procedure in her state that could help with that... but if she has to drive to some commie, devil worshiping blue state to get it, some liberal fought to make that available to her too.

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u/OverFreedom6963 Jul 05 '22

i honestly think there’s a r/notlikeothergirls element to it. we know from human nature that in groups often feel superiority over their out groups, and that the human ego thrives on sense of division and higher ground. the right takes the trope of a hard working, self sufficient liberal woman and spins it as a tragic tale, and a missed opportunity for a good wife and mother for some right wing man. I truly believe there is a concerning number of women who buy this fabricated tragic tale of liberal women, and see (through manipulation) how this trope is the opposite of everything they want to be. No doubt, once you’ve aligned yourself with this view and committed yourself to a trad wife role, it is probably infuriating to watch other women lead rich lives where they dictate their own choices. For every right wing 19 year old at home with a newborn and her husband, there are other girls from her graduating class going to college, getting jobs, building connections, networks, and life skills. I do often wonder if there is a sense of jealousy that alt right women have of liberal women, standing by their husbands opinions, living their husband’s lives, and then watching other women dare to have their own.

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u/Ophidiophobic Jul 05 '22

It's usually 1 of 2 things: 1. They're brainwashed by religion 2. They are privileged enough that they don't see the Republican policies ever affecting them.

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u/prettyhappyalive Jul 05 '22

I don't even buy this considering 55 percent of white women voted for Trump. They're out there voting. Sure it could be the husband telling them exactly what to vote for but it's not like women don't turn up right?

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u/1radchic Jul 05 '22

I agree, what about all the women in the world who don't have, need, nor want a husband (spouse)? Not for their daddy to vote for them either

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22 Silver Wholesome

Good grief I remember when I was a child not much older than this young soul, walking with my father and grandparents, marching to reelect George Wallace. (This was before I knew that being called redneck wasn’t a badge of honor.)

I still feel guilty that I was a part of that. I was having fun spending time with the family. I didn’t understand why my mother refused to go.

But I finally did. Be careful what you force upon your children. I wish I had stayed home with my mother.

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u/Lelio-Santero579 Jul 05 '22

Props to you for realizing it. Too many people never grow up to realize they were indoctrinated.

I shake your virtual hand in breaking away from what you were raised to believe.

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22

I thank you for that! I was never a hater. There’s just too much beauty to waste my time on ugly.

Thank my mama too because she suffered to teach me love. (She was a teacher. She taught Shakespeare too!)

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u/OKSparkJockey Jul 05 '22

Your comments really reflect her teaching. I've never seen such casual eloquence.

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22 Wholesome

Eloquence LOL You nailed it! That was my mama. She had me writing sentences at 4 years old on a small chalkboard in the kitchen. She also threw books at me before she died saying, “You should have written this book! Why are you not writing?!”

One day I will write her story. I’ve tried but it is a hard story because no matter how strong and beautiful a woman’s voice was in her time, it was to be silenced.

Know your place, woman.

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u/BaltyHawk Jul 05 '22 Helpful

You can write that story. Looks like you may have just started telling your moms story with these few posts.

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

Don’t encourage me Lol

She has become even wiser as I have aged. She died in ‘98. I held her in my arms. She had talked to angels the day before.

I was never ready to understand her meanings of the varied things she told me but I’m starting to get it. And she didn’t really say much. Unlike me LOL She said often, “Susana you’re so verbose.”

But not her. In two words, she could drop me to the floor! She read the whole dictionary every year, the latest edition because it changes.

She could bring me to my knees with a post-it note. (They’d just been invented and to her they were indispensable! This was in the 80s.) One was on the kitchen counter after I had been out partying all night.

“Thought for the day: I am not your maid.”

Nearly broke me. She was right! I had been a pig! Partying after work, coming home while she was having her coffee before she left for work. Laughing my ass off because everything was funny to me back then.

She was my best friend. I lost her when I was 10 years old because of the courts and my father separated us but we were roommates in my 20’s and 30’s.

I did my chores for at least two weeks straight like a good girl after that morning’s post-it note, and she started cooking supper again.

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u/Omega33umsure Jul 05 '22

Just know that when you are ready to write this book, her voice can't ever be silenced again!

Thank you for this story and I hope to one day hear more of your mother's brave and strong voice!

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22

Ohhh! You just almost made me cry!

I’ll tell you a secret. Not one single gotdam day goes by that I don’t say I’m sorry to my mama. I was too young when she was alive and still too young when she died to understand her but I’m still learning. She is still after me LOL I look in the mirror to comb my hair and she tells me exactly what I need to hear.

I’m writing again and yes, it’s scary but her hand is on my back, her eyes looking over my shoulder correcting my grammar! 😂

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

Hey on the bright side, kudos on that personal development though :3148:

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22 Silver Gold Wholesome Snek Helpful (Pro)

Yes I love all the threads in the tapestry of life and I love all the colors and I believe that life loves itself almost as much.

Thank you for making me feel good.

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22 Gold Wholesome

Wow! I never got a reward before. Thank you so much!

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u/Rvtrance Jul 05 '22

Check out the Lounge while you have it. I like it a lot. It’s just for polite conversation and posting about little victories.

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u/J_spec6 Jul 05 '22 Gold

Where is this "lounge" you speak of? Sounds like not just anyone can get in?

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u/Rvtrance Jul 05 '22

Hey nice you got some gold. r/lounge

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u/lonelydan Jul 05 '22

Maybe you’re not just anyone!

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u/HardyHartnagel Jul 05 '22

What is the “Lounge”?

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u/cheesyqueso Jul 05 '22

Subreddit exclusive to people with reddit gold.

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u/P_M_Me_Your_Kittehs Jul 05 '22

This is one of the loveliest things I’ve read on Reddit in all my years. I almost want to memorise it.

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u/silenc3x Jul 05 '22

George Wallace: "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever"

What a piece of shit. And he really stood for those values: https://i.insider.com/51b78d216bb3f7cc3d000006?width=1200&format=jpeg

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22

And Lynryd Skynryd called Wallace out! That was pretty progressive and risky in the South.

Sweet Home Alabama!

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u/silenc3x Jul 05 '22

Thats badass of them! I like how they called out Neil too and he was like "yeah you've got a point"

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22

I miss those days. I was of course young and wild and free but those were special days.

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u/ingoding Jul 05 '22

Despite the rebel flag as part of their image, Skynyrd was more progress leaning than people realize. Saturday Night Special is a pro gun control song.

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u/gormami Jul 05 '22

I was thinking about this earlier today. As a child in the South in the 80's, I had a few Dixie flag items, and never thought of them as racist, just the whole "Southern Pride" thing. As I grew, I came to realize it wasn't what I thought of them that mattered. It was hurtful to others, and I didn't want that.

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22

It is indeed, you’re right! I grew up in the South and with their music. I know it all by heart, remembering the hot summer days at the river and playing pool, everybody singing along without shame LOL

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u/larmalade Jul 05 '22

On the flip side, Lynerd Skynyrd also sang "Give Me Back My Bullets."

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u/Upside_Down-Bot Jul 05 '22

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u/SojournersTableSalt Jul 05 '22

There's a game called Hearts of Iron 4. It's a grand strategy game where you take control of a country (any country) in 1936 and control it's politics, military, and economy leading up to and during WWII. Great game, leads to many alt-history scenarios.

Anyways, there's a mod for it called "The New Order". The premise of this mod is that Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan won WWII. It's super depressing and basically the darkest path for this world imaginable. I can elaborate more if requested.

ANYWAYS, all of this to say that George Wallace is in that mod as a possible presidential candidate, he has the same attitude and personality and everything. But the twist is that at the end of his storyline, he can actually integrate the nation (if that path was chosen).

I like taking that path to piss on his legacy.

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u/ever-right Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

George Wallace: "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever"

One of the most successful third party candidates ever. Imagine a third party candidate today winning 5 states and 46 electoral votes. Oh and golly gee they all just happened to be in the South can't imagine why that would be. Probably all just one big coincidence.

America, especially the South, is still racist as fuck and it's what motivates the bulk of white voters. Trump won both white men and white women. He won 41% of the white millennial vote. It's not old people. Black boomers do not vote for Republicans. It's not men. Again, Trump won white women. It's whiteness. Cawthrone, Boebert, MTG, are all pretty goddamn young. There is a new generation of young, white, racist assholes out there ready to carry the torch of their ancestors and guess fucking what? They're popular enough to get elected! Yay!

But hearing that makes most redditors, who happen to be white, shudder. Happy to blame old people because redditors skew very young. Point out that whiteness is more predictive than age and they suddenly start crying about generalizations when they're more than happy to make generalizations about boomers over and over and over again.

This is what it is though. Racism through and through. It is what prevents progress in America. As long as the majority of white voters are happy to vote their bigotry to their own financial, physical well being we will continue to lose as a country. The average white Republican voter doesn't like Republican policies. You ask questions about policies in polls and Republicans like Democratic ideas. But there's a study they did that really clearly demonstrates what the game is all about. They found that showing white people that the demographics of the country were shifting made them want to cut government spending way more.

Which is why Lee Atwater and Richard Nixon figured out and used the Southern Strategy. Don't be outwardly racist. Just talk about other shit. Like forced busing, welfare "reform," "law and order." Your voters will know what it means but it gives you plausible deniability. It was all out in the open back then. LBJ had no problem calling it out for what it was. The only thing Trump showed was that it's wholly unnecessary. Be as racist as you wanna be, Republican voters do not care. Actually they love it.

Fuck every single Republican.

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u/EvadingBan42 Jul 05 '22

I accepted this back when trump won. It was obvious and incredibly disheartening to see so many people were still racist or racist-adjacent.

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u/ASouthernInbred Jul 05 '22

And who'd have guessed that we have a tunnel named after him in Mobile. Roll Tide Y'all

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u/RockinDonkey Jul 05 '22

You can put away that regret. You were an impressionable child. The fact that you broke away from it should give you immense pride.

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u/albinowizard2112 Jul 05 '22

Yup. I liked the Mets when I was younger. The fucking Mets. But we’re all allowed to make mistakes. The important part is that we grow and no longer like the Mets.

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u/Jenipherocious Jul 05 '22

Self reflection, personal accountability, and choosing to make positive changes for personal growth are difficult skills that many don't ever acquire. Don't beat yourself up about where old you was, celebrate where new you is.

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u/RoundComplete9333 Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

I was probably only 4 years old. I just had no idea what was going on but still I hate to imagine the fear in black people back then and even now. Just for the beautiful color of their skin.

Oh! And what’s crazy is I was raised by two amazing black women, Ollie and Della. They were our maids. I loved them and they loved me! I can still smell them. I can still hear them. I can still feel them hugging me and holding my little hands.

In the 60s, even poor white folk had maids to tend to the children and I do thank God for these two beautiful, wise and loving women.

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u/IHateMyHandle Jul 05 '22

Sue drove on miles and miles of public road to her father's rural home which has electricity and water. Sue's father benefits from the taxes collected in the entire state so people can drive on a 20 mile stretch of road that contain less than 5000 homes.

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u/Duluthian2 Jul 05 '22

And Sure was driving in a car with safety class so if she has an accident her face won't get slashed to pieces. As car that has crumple zones so the energy of the crash is lessened so she'll live to raise her kids. Thank liberals for that.

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u/formenonly Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

Reminds me of the movie Jesus Camp where at the beginning they are interviewing the kids' parents who are all conservative Evangelicals. They literally put Jesus on the cover of their homeschool science textbook. Then the lady says "Well, if you think about, science doesn't really prove anything!" My World Religion professor in college had us watch the movie and when we discussed this part, and he tried to stay very neutral, he was like "Lady, you have a car, home heating and air conditioning, insulation, a toaster, a microwave, a computer...Science proves A LOT!" What was crazy was that when we read our reactions to the film aloud, a couple people said how inspiring the movie was. It just creeped me the hell out to know that so many people were that crazy, and then they got a president and three Supreme Court justices!

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u/King9WillReturn Jul 05 '22

They got a charlatan fascistic conman who grifted them. He’s never opened a Bible in his life.

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u/Icecream-Manwich Jul 05 '22

But the bible is his favorite book, it's the only book he likes more than his own. He held it upside down once, and when it comes to the old testament vs the new testament he's "equal", so like, what more do you want? He's basically the 2nd coming of Christ /s

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u/truculentduck Jul 05 '22

Once I saw a man who worked at a space company comment on a “what will humans be up to in space in 60 years”

His take?

Nothing.

Because revelations doesn’t say there’s people in space in the end times

I got pissed out on behalf of pythagorus and Galileo and the Wright brothers and anyone in STEM or any explorers

I saw another person get triggered by a restaurant going to paper from styrofoam for takeout because “there’s no point to cut down on pollution it’s all downhill til Jesus gets back”

Being against progress is for damn dorks

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u/Boomtown626 Jul 05 '22 Silver

The abortion Sue secretly got 12 years ago has already happened, and she doesn’t think she’ll need another one. Sue is a “fuck you, I got mine” kind of person. That’s why Sue voted Republican.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

My abortion is not like a liberal’s abortion.

Mine is holy because my lord approved it.

How do I know that, you ask? Well, he told me in my dreams. Isn’t that convenient!

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u/banannafreckle Jul 05 '22

I read something recently, and please forgive me for forgetting the source because there has been a lot of news, but the person explained that a pro-life woman’s abortion is ok because she KNOWS it is wrong and she knows she’s a sinner. She can ask god for forgiveness. Pro-choice people don’t see a problem with it so therein lies the difference. It’s still mental gymnastics from my vantage point but it is an explanation I’d never heard of and it was interesting to me.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

Well put. ✌🏾

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u/ghfgjfgjtgj Jul 05 '22

forgive me for forgetting the source

not sure if it was the only moral abortion is my abortion you were thinking of, but sounds like it makes a similar point.

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u/shahooster Jul 05 '22

The fun part of the next few years will be exposing Republican hypocrisy around abortion.

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u/FlyingTaquitoBrother Jul 05 '22

And it won’t change any Republican minds, sort of like how the past forty years of exposing their hypocrisy around homosexuality hasn’t changed any minds either.

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u/LMFN Jul 05 '22

Their minds only change when they cease altogether it seems.

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u/UnfilteredFluid Jul 05 '22 Helpful

Fun I'd rather not have.

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u/Better-Director-5383 Jul 05 '22

They don’t care.

Frankly I think this is the biggest failing of democrats.

Republicans don’t care that they’re being hypocrites and they don’t care when you point it out.

If it advances their cause and there aren’t meaningful negative repercussions they will do it without shame every single time.

Which is why it comes down to republicans doing whatever they want, democrats repeatedly insisting they can’t do that, and then republicans correctly responding “says who”

If liberals would figure this out and change strategy from smug gotchas to turning it around and fighting fire with fire they might win another election in my lifetime.

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u/sucksathangman Jul 05 '22

I really want there to be a data breach of abortion providers and church donations and then a Venn diagram of the two.

Hell at the pace we're going, prescription birth control records and church donations should do the trick.

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u/DowntownEddieBrown Jul 05 '22 Helpful

Republicans are like housecats, fiercely convinced of their independence while totally reliant on a system they neither understand nor appreciate.

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u/Kaiserschmarrn420 Jul 05 '22

with the small but important difference that cats are cute and don't want to ban abortions

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u/Strongstyleguy Jul 05 '22

Also, unless feral, some cats will even like you back.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

I came across this quote a long time ago. It stuck with me ever since!

This perfectly sums up both conservatives and libertarians.

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u/MrWindblade Jul 05 '22

Those are the same people. Libertarians are conservatives that think they're too deep to be conservatives.

Being in the deepest part of a toilet isn't better, it's still a damn toilet.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

True.

I am yet to see a libertarian online or offline that voiced out very strongly against the ROE overturn.

Limited government, my ass!

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u/Ophidiophobic Jul 05 '22

I've actually had plenty of Libertarians in my life come out in support of RvW.

Then they go and vote for the candidates who promise to further strip our abortion rights.

Libertarians care about social issues like abortion and gay marriage, just not more than they care about killing welfare and "woke politics."

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u/Fatalchemist Jul 05 '22

"actually I like weed so I'm not really republican despite aligning with them on literally everything else."

-every libertarian ever

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u/TotalBlissey Jul 05 '22

Like house cats but a lot less charming

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u/clangan524 Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

SUE IS NOT VERY BRIGHT OR EDUCATED

...despite at least completing high school through America's (formerly) wonderful public school system, in which she was exposed to world history, sciences, math, English, second languages, other kids in her community with which she made friends, physical education AND didn't really have to pay much for save for school supplies and maybe a few textbooks. Sue doesn't understand the opportunity she squandered because she didn't pay attention in world studies enough to know the vast majority of the world doesn't have the same luxury and how education was habitually kept from the non-wealthy.

All because some School House Rock, well-rounded libtard fought for and understood the value of an educated populace.

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u/BassSounds Jul 05 '22

I grew up in two school systems. The California one was literally taught by former hippies that sang “this land is your land, this land is my land”. I was exposed to arts and crafts; painting, singing, abstract and concrete thinking.

In Florida, I went to a school where our mascot was the founder of the KKK and we were called the Rebels. They put this in the most minority part of town. I was also bussed out to the country in a town of 1,000 and they taught all grades in one school.

The cheerleaders chewed dip. They taught you how to cook in Home Economics and “raise a baby” by carrying an egg. They spray painted the N word on the baseball dugout one year. You had to play sports to even be a cool minority. They did have silk screen painting, but I got into a fight with a Christian skinhead in that class. He went to a Christian academy the next year out of embarrassment, I guess.

These worlds were so far apart. And hate for the other side always kept them apart. But, I disagree that the conservatives had the same education. It was very revisionist, including the bits about Christopher Columbus. And most got fucked by new Republican rules saying if you miss ten days of school in a quarter, you fail that quarter… so since some were already working construction, they just quit school and eventually got their General Equivalency Diploma.

But, I wouldn’t say they got the same education. And from what I understand nowadays, they try to pass every child to get funding. I think HBO’s The Wire has the best take on how fucked up our government can be in regards to education.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

I agree.

But that was clearly sarcasm to end the thread, or that’s what I thought of it.

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u/clangan524 Jul 05 '22

Yeah, I went a little hard in the paint there, huh?

I just wanted to be part of the fun, lol

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

Haha you mean well, soldier! ✌🏾

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u/RealLaurenBoebert Jul 05 '22

...despite at least completing high school through America's (formerly) wonderful public school system

Unfortunately, education varies dramatically by state -- and even from city to city. The gulf between our best and worst public schools is massive. A national effort to raise minimum quality and funding across the board could do wonders for the future of our country.

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u/21Rollie Jul 05 '22

Just to start, we shouldn’t distribute money based on local property taxes. It’s purposeful segregation

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u/hlorghlorgh Jul 05 '22

I came here to say this. Absolutely no chance this woman would get on a subway or even live in a place where that was a realistic option.

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u/SonOfMcGee Jul 05 '22

There’s really only a few cities in the US where public transit is really good and also used by people across the socioeconomic spectrum for daily commuting. NYC, Chicago, DC, and… eh? Can’t even think of more off the top of my head.
Other cities have transit, but it’s often crappy bus lines and seen as a service for the working poor.

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u/incunabula001 Jul 05 '22

SF Bay Area has the BART, but yeah U.S metro systems suck compare to other cities of the world.

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u/four_graves Jul 05 '22

Even if she did, what's the likelihood she'd be living somewhere where that's available?

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u/PapaSteveRocks Jul 05 '22

She’s listening to Hannity or Mark Levin on that drive home. Listen to them use cadence and repetition in their pronouncements. Long winded lies, but communicated like a preacher, never saying anything, but packaging their sentences into 3-6 word phrases.

Because, yes, Sue is stupid. She has been programmed by her mom, then her church, then her husband, and now her talk radio. Ironically, talk radio is the only one that pretends to treat her with respect.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

May be because she can’t talk back to the radio?

Exactly how conservatives like their women.

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u/greenSixx Jul 05 '22

She got the right to open a bank account in the 1960s! How privileged.

My dad was born before women could open bank accounts.

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u/craniumcanyon Jul 05 '22

Now Sue is grabbing her pearls while she takes offense to this post.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

“Can I speak to your moderator?”

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u/Lukey_Jangs Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

“Liberals got women the right to vote. Liberals got African-Americans the right to vote. Liberals created social security and lifted millions of elderly people out of poverty. Liberals ended segregation. Liberals pass the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. Liberals created Medicare. Liberals passed the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act. What did Conservatives do? They opposed them on every one of those things, every one.” -Matt Santos, The West Wing

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u/edward414 Jul 05 '22

"Sue is not very bright or well-educated."

That's it. That's the most critical part of the GOPs plan.

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u/t1mdawg Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 06 '22

Because Republicans have been fighting to defund and destroy public education since before she was born.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

We can’t all add /s in real life, sadly!

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u/albinowizard2112 Jul 05 '22

“College is just liberal socialist indoctrination” - literally every facet of her life involves something designed by college educated people.

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u/JustLurkingInSNJ Jul 05 '22

That's why "Dear Leader" "loves the poorly educated".

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u/shaggyscoob Jul 05 '22

But Clinton got a blow job a quarter century ago!!! And Michelle Obama encouraged healthful eating and exercise!!!! And AOC worked as a bartender!!!!!!! And Bernie wants to empower the common man!!!!! And taxes are high in Denmark!!!!!

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u/bsend Jul 05 '22 Silver

If you aren't rich and voting Republican specifically to keep unnecessarily larges amount of money, you are a simpleton who is easily manipulated and motivated by hate

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u/FlaAirborne Jul 05 '22

I remember when being Conservative meant you were fiscally responsible and wanted to conserve our resources. Even Nixon had the foresight to create the EPA.

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u/-LazarusLong- Jul 05 '22

Conservatives have never been fiscally responsible, otherwise they would support sex education and healthcare for all.

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u/Gsteel11 Jul 05 '22

Things have changed a lot since then.

Hell I remember HW signing the clean air act.

Fucking insane how the right has deteriorated.

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u/RockinDonkey Jul 05 '22

"Daddy Trump told me libs were responsible for all my problems, so spare me your facts!"

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u/lapislazli Jul 05 '22

And because Sue lives in a swing state, her presidential election vote counts ten times as much as those city slicker liberals

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u/Different_Ad7655 Jul 05 '22

Yeah but the Kool-Aid drinkers don't connect those dots and the oligarchs and the real power players just want the money and the power to manipulate everything for their aim and their pockets..

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u/LandosMustache Jul 05 '22 edited Jul 05 '22

Oh, it gets better.

After she starts her coffee in the coffee maker (that doesn't incorporate lead, because some bleeding heart liberals regulated what can and cannot be incorporated into food-safe products)...

...she soft boils 3 eggs which WON'T give her salmonella, because some stupid libs made selling spoiled food illegal.

Then she gets little Timmy ready for school (instead of work, because liberals outlawed child labor).

Next, she gets into her car, (which runs on liberal unleaded gasoline) and buckles her seatbelt, which the idiot leftists insist upon. There's a remarkable lack of drunk drivers on the road. "Libs again", she thinks to herself.

After dropping little Timmy off at school (again, not work), she heads to her polling place, because it's election day. She's allowed to vote because those stupid progressives fought for this right a long time ago.

She votes for a rich old white man who wants to take those rights away. "Owned the libs again," she thinks to herself.

After that she heads over to her boyfriend's house. He's black, and for some reason he hasn't been lynched for being in a relationship with a white woman. She has some great news for him today!

He hasn't come back from the polling place yet. Yep, he votes too. And it counts just as much as hers. So weird how that happens.

So she sits in her car in his driveway smoking a cigarette, which her liberal doctor has been begging her to stop doing. "Owning the libs one menthol at a time," she thinks.

When Jay finally gets home, Republican Sue bounds out of her car and yells "we're pregnant!" Jay is cautiously happy.

"Have you seen a doctor yet?" He asks.

"Yes," she replies. "My insurance - which the stupid liberals made my employer give me - is going to cover a lot of the cost and care I need!"

They kiss. In public. Nobody pulls a shotgun on them.

"We're going to be so happy," Sue beams. "But baby I have to go to work."

"No you don't," Jay replies. "Your employer is legally required to give you time off to vote."

"But what about your Social Security Disability and Medicaid?" Sue asks. "Are those in danger?"

"Oh don't worry. Kids can also receive benefits under both programs."

So this happy interracial couple, drawing on Federal assistance and living a life of (theoretical) equality, clasps hands in the driveway of a house - owned by a black man, who is allowed to own property - and dreams of their life together, steadfastly opposing the liberal agenda.

[Also, little Timmy hasn't told his mom yet, but he has a crush on little Danny in his class. He's scared that his mom won't love him any more.]

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u/Klstadt Jul 05 '22

I legit appreciate this post. Can we get updates on Timmy and Danny

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u/1Eternallylost Jul 05 '22

Sue does not have cancer because some insane liberal scumbag forced all the chemical companies to quit hawking cancer causing chemicals to everyone from food and makeup manufacturers to carpet and disinfectant producers.

Her home did not burn down because some nutjob liberal commie made the big bad government enforce minimum safety standards for not only buildings, but also building materials.

And if she is ever harmed, she has the right to sue for redress and compensation due to a bunch of nazi socialist dirtbags fighting constantly for the right to sue corporations, doctors, etc..

Sue has a black grandfather she's not proud of. The only reason she is not a slave is because some disgusting liberals fought a war over slavery, and later voted to let women vote. "WTF were those fucking idiots thinking?" she wonders as she votes R across the board.

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u/Sharticus123 Jul 05 '22

We gotta stop trying to reach conservatives. It’s too late to reach conservatives. We need to prepare people for what’s to come and what they can do to stop it.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

We need a liberal version of Trump honestly. Going all batshit for the right causes, calling out people for being lying toads.. a strong candidate who’ll go hard to protect democracy.

Instead of trying to always be moderate, without factoring in how crazy the right has gone.

Being moderate in 2022 is just being a republican in 2014.

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u/LMFN Jul 05 '22

THIS

Holy fuck this. We need a Dem who runs and is constantly screaming that the Republicans are bunch of rapists and monsters (they are) and is equally shitty to them as they are to the Dems.

No more kids gloves, they go low, boot em in the face.

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u/Vandersveldt Jul 05 '22

If we just adopted 'they go low, boot em in the face' in our daily lives, things would be much better. People should be afraid to publicly be bullies or assholes.

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u/XSavage19X Jul 05 '22

Jon Stewart.

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u/Sharticus123 Jul 05 '22

I’d vote for Stewart in a heartbeat.

Jon Stewart for President 2024!

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u/Sharticus123 Jul 05 '22

So…Bernie Sanders?

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

It’s a travesty he wasn’t the nominee in 2016 or 2020.

What a world we live in.

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u/DMs_Apprentice Jul 05 '22

Sounds like you kinda described AOC.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

I just hope she gets the mainstream attention from dems. Not just from the far left.

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u/DMs_Apprentice Jul 05 '22

I refuse to label myself Rep or Dem, and I don't agree with everything she says. But she makes a LOT of solid points and doesn't mince words, while still keeping her candor professional. We need more Dems and left-leaners to get fired up like she has been so we can turn this ship around again.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

That’s why the entire right wing went so hard against her even before she got elected. She amassed a lot of followers online, she made very valid points.

They had to brand her as loony, commie who is so DUMB so the current republican voters will never listen to her. That’s a strategy they have implemented quite successfully so far.

Which is a shame. Removing the political lens, all her points and policy proposals will resonate really well with working / poor class.

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u/Tobar_the_Gypsy Jul 05 '22

They had me until “walks to the subway station.” Like hell she takes public transit, she drives her Ford F-150 5 blocks down away because she can’t be burdened from walking that far.

Still, it’s heavily subsidized by the government.

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u/BWWFC Jul 05 '22

fk sue.

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u/ZenMonkey47 Jul 05 '22

That's the frustrating thing, if the world Conservatives are fighting so hard for comes to pass it would be terrible for the vast majority of the US.

Every regulation is written in blood.

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u/Miserable_Unusual_98 Jul 05 '22

And due to Sue's room temperature IQ she'll vote for government elected officials to roll back everything that she mindlessly enjoys.

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u/valuablestank Jul 05 '22

these blithering conservative voting dimwits. they think they've won with this last rash of absolutely horrible scotus rulings - but in reality weve all lost. these morons insistence on continuously voting for lying frauds and criminals that thump the bible has created a pinzi scheme that we all are now forced to pay into - and here's the thing "republican sue" tou aint getting shit for it. unless you consider your taxes being raised and your freedoms being taken away a "win"

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u/ABenevolentDespot Jul 05 '22

You can't expect sense or critical thought from people who have spent the last seven years worshiping a pile of festering orange hued vomit who reminds them of their abusive daddy, and just like daddy, they forgive him for every mindlessly stupid thing he says and does if he'll just show them a small hint of what passes for love from abusers.

Liberals have to come to terms with the clear fact that a third of the country is utterly beyond redemption (or even basic intelligence in many cases), and you will not convince a single person suckling at the teat of Fox News and Brietbart et al of a single negative thing about The Orange Fuckwad or the Republicans. It's a lost cause and a waste of energy.

The mods on r/Conservative on here don't have the guts to allow the slightest whiff of contrary thought or opinion on insane right wing dogma and paranoid fantasy. I got banned after my first post for questioning some right wing orthodoxy or another. Apparently, the very thin skins over there get their panties in a bunch over minor things just like they do all over the country and on right wing media.

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u/[deleted] Jul 05 '22

Let's not forget lead-free gasoline and paint, which were banned because of liberal activism. Those were around for decades despite knowing their effects due to corporate stone-walling. Corporations will never act in the best interest of the people unless it coincidentally aligns with their profitability or they are forced to change.

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u/Ricky_Rollin Jul 06 '22

Watch some dumb ass republicans come in here and say how this is all lies. I’m honestly very impressed with their propaganda machine. All they have to do is look up exactly what their politicians are voting for and they’d wake the fuck up. But asking them to do something as simple as that is apparently “fake news commie pedo cuck nothing burger Brandon”!

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u/rufusbot Jul 05 '22 Helpful

Points that should be made more often, but don't forget there were socialists who fought for many of these things, especially unions. Not to say liberals aren't on the right side of history generally, and I don't expect conservatives to care about the distinction, but we should.

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u/Leo-bastian Jul 05 '22

i think the tweet OP doesn't mean liberal in the political sense, more in the way anyone on the right uses it. in which case it essentially means the same as "leftist"

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

You’re right. I should have said leftists or progressives instead!

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u/britch2tiger Jul 05 '22

Read: Laws seem to promote freedom.

Sue: NO! If these stupid commie laws disappeared we’d all be a-okay.

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u/loveisgod97 Jul 05 '22

Yeah, but even if they did listen it doesn't seem like they'd give a fuck. Why are we STILL trying to use logic on these people? Why are we still arguing with crazy?? If they gave a damn, why aren't they raising hell when we get our Weekly Shooting? They. Don't. Care. They don't care, and honestly, it doesn't seem like they're going to start.

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u/MEVi1 Jul 05 '22

How dare these libtards allow me to live a comfortable life!!

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u/Attack-Cat- Jul 05 '22

Someone post this to r/conservative

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u/TheOriginalEvanator Jul 06 '22

I’m a liberal, and I’m taking a well-deserved bow. 😜

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u/Badassbottlecap Jul 05 '22

Politics aside, that's one of those faces. Y'know? It's that face.

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u/Plant_Parlour Jul 05 '22

I can hear her voice through the picture..

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