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02 September 2016 @ 06:43 am
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Wayne Alyn Root used to advertise in the pro football mags that he could tell us how to beat the point spread. Unfortunately, he encountered Donald Trump, who dragged him down to his level. He is now touting a radical new approach to voting in which welfare and Medicare recipients and women who get free contraception would be disenfranchised because they have a “conflict of interest.” That would presumably reduce the electorate to the impartial voters who merely get tax breaks, the chance to declare bankruptcy, and bailouts if they have truly gargantuan losses at the Wall Street Casino, and then maybe Trump could actually win. It wouldn’t work.
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browngirl on September 3rd, 2016 05:28 am (UTC)
I suppose I should be laughing at this but I'm just so sad and tired. So many of my fellow Americans think that everything wrong with this country looks like me and my male counterparts, and will vote against their own interests to try to fight that specter conjured up by racism, classism, and sexism.