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Happy Hogan 

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Subj: Re: The Democrat party's inability to hold together a popular coalition...
Posted: Tue May 10, 2022 at 12:57:31 am EDT (Viewed 143 times)
Reply Subj: Re: The Democrat party's inability to hold together a popular coalition...
Posted: Mon May 09, 2022 at 05:20:58 pm EDT (Viewed 241 times)

    You're claiming the Democratic Party is being judgemental, but in saying that, it sounds to me like you're being pretty judgemental yourself. Maybe you fit in better than you think. And you know what? That's fine. It's just opinions. Nothing wrong with that. You can have your opinions, and so can others. But you know, you are talking about a large group of people based on the actions of only some. Just something to keep in mind.

I like to think I fit in with the Dems more, especially now, but the cancel culture crowd and the 'woke' crowd keep telling me that I'm not one of them. Some call me misogynist because I didn't enjoy the most recent seasons of Doctor Who.


    But really, you shouldn't make voting decisions based on that. You should vote for the candidate who will do the things you want done, and won't do things you don't want done.

That's how I do vote, and usually vote Democratic, especially since Biden isn't catering to the woke/cancel crowd the way Trump was (and still is) riling up the MAGA crowd. I'm sure that Republicans will do more things I don't want done.
But the more arguments I have with that crowd, the less I want to be around them. Are there any of what Trump calls RINOs out there posting? If so, please speak up. We might have more in common than we used to think!

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