This is PDiddie's response on Twitter:
Lots and lots of Texas Democrats have been doing that for decades. How do you think it's working out?
No offense intended, but every proposed remedy within the two-party system has been tried, and failed, for almost as long as I've been alive
Progressives are evil because of all the harm that they deliberately cause to innocent people.
Liberals don't "deliberately cause harm to innocent people", that's just one of the many lies and exaggerations in your overly-dramatic catechism.
You don't even care about "innocent" people unless they own assault-style weapons or are right-wing apparatchiks.
How'd you like to have to wait on line for six hours to cast your vote?
I. Lewis Libby was convicted on four of five counts (one count of obstruction of justice, two counts of perjury, and one count of making false statements) and the conviction was upheld on appeal.
He lied to the FBI and to the grand jury -- even if he was just a fall guy.
The only one "harmed" was Valerie Plame.
This is a troll thread Brandon. You are being trolled. Dont keep swallowing the bait.
Either play along or let it be.
People have a tendency to divert a thread from its intent by these endless harangues. There are already lots of threads to argue them but you have to dilute farmerman's anyway.
I find the Democracy Under Attack narrative to be both self-serving and silly.
The Republicans are clearly trying to change election rules in some places to tilt the vote in their favor. Yes, whether this is intended or not, the result of Republican efforts to change certain voting laws have the dieect reault of making it less likely for minority Americans to cast a vote.
They are doing this because they want to tilt the votes in their own favor, and they see political advantage to this narrative.
The discussion about changes to our voting system should be bipartisan...
maxdancona wrote:This is a troll thread Brandon. You are being trolled. Dont keep swallowing the bait.
Either play along or let it be.
I respect your opinion, but what I think is that although it's a troll thread, it represents famerman's belief as well as the belief of many liberals. I'm really tired of this whole thing about a lie told often enough becomes true. Republicans are not trying to keep non-white people from voting. I hear this sh*t on the news every other night and I'm not inclined to tolerate it.
Im sorry but I hadda recognize the post that reflcts my feelings quite accurately. The GOP is involved in so many acts to disenfranchise classes of, eliminate, gerrymander, lie again and again, and to destroy democracy;s use of compromise.
Like the GOP has gotta take ownership of this new imending spike in coronavirus just because they have turned vaccination (or actually anti vaccination) into a political weapon.
there is still the LINCOLN PROJECT, theyve not disbnded and are openly and severely critical about what damage Plump has don to his party an the country.
Obviously this is a parody thread. But here is my serious opinion
1) The liberals have a valid point with some of the changes to voting laws. The Republicans are clearly trying to change election rules in some places to tilt the vote in their favor. Yes, whether this is intended or not, the result of Republican efforts to change certain voting laws have the dieect reault of making it less likely for minority Americans to cast a vote.
2) The liberals are pushing this valid point way last rhe point that it is valid. They are doing this because they want to tilt the votes in their own favor, and they see political advantage to this narrative.
3) I find the Democracy Under Attack narrative to be both self-serving and silly. The Democrats aren't supporting a single for that doesn't directly benefit themselves.
The discussion about changes to our voting system should be bipartisan, balanced and carefully planned to be good for democracy.
It is an attack on minorities, by and large it’s elderly black people who will be disenfranchised as a result.
If it’s not broke don’t fix it.
There never was a problem with voter security not least because the penalties are so severe for very little gain. You can go to jail just for adding one fraudulent vote to the list, just one vote.
People not being able to vote is a problem, note the huge queues of people waiting for up to five or six hours to vote.
That is a scandal which the laws you mention tried to fix only for your Republicans to fix the system because they can’t win a fair election.
Millions of people believe that cheating played a big role in the 2020 election and I'm one of them.