A 1st time GOP voter tells it like it is

Nice!

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That Dems like you dismiss his opinion as RNC talking points is going to come back hard.
I do not dismiss his opinions. I dismiss the notion that he was a legitimate Democrat that subsequently switched to Republican while holding those opinions.

That part, at least, is clearly fictional. And the rest becomes meaningless because any opinion piece that requires me to suspend that much disbelief for just one component cannot be trusted for anything it says.

You are actually smart enough to realize this, but your emotional reaction to the potential to own the libs on political anarchy overrode your critical thinking.

This entire thread is a failure. Why do you willingly sign up for this kind of abuse thread after thread?
 

Swimsailor

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No one is teaching 7 year olds how to master bate.


"The guidance approved Wednesday by the California State Board of Education does not require educators to teach anything."

"It gives tips for discussing masturbation with middle-schoolers, including telling them it is not physically harmful, and for discussing puberty with transgender teens that creates “an environment that is inclusive and challenges binary concepts about gender.”
 

The Joker

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No one is teaching 7 year olds how to master bate.


"The guidance approved Wednesday by the California State Board of Education does not require educators to teach anything."

"It gives tips for discussing masturbation with middle-schoolers, including telling them it is not physically harmful, and for discussing puberty with transgender teens that creates “an environment that is inclusive and challenges binary concepts about gender.”
Are you sure?
The Post viewed video of a cartoon Fonteused in one of her sex ed classes for 6-year-olds showing little kids talking about “touching themselves” for pleasure.
 

Swimsailor

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First of all, Dalton is a private school. The government isn't doing any teaching there. Also...

"Fonte has reassured parents that she does not use the word “masturbation” in class, and that her lessons teach kids not to touch themselves in public."

"They are also taught lessons about consent.”

So again, no one is teaching 7 year olds how to masterbate.
 

slug zitski

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Bidens achievements ……

“ An open southern border and broken immigration system; inflation and a stagnant economy; energy independence thrown away; unaffordable renewable energy goals; censorship by tech platforms, media and the government; incompetent and dishonest healthcare officials as exposed in the Covid pandemic, particularly on school shutdowns; higher education that despises viewpoint diversity; schools teaching hateful racialism; violent crime; criminal prosecutors unwilling to prosecute; plummeting academic and school performance; a dangerously senile president; school officials openly opposing parental control; multiple scandals exposed by the Hunter Biden laptop; a healthcare system that costs far too much; widespread perception of gross wealth and income inequality; breathtaking government incompetence reflected in the Afghanistan withdrawal process; and national debt with an annual interest cost now approaching $1 trillion per year.”
 

pusslicker

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No one is teaching 7 year olds how to master bate.


"The guidance approved Wednesday by the California State Board of Education does not require educators to teach anything."

"It gives tips for discussing masturbation with middle-schoolers, including telling them it is not physically harmful, and for discussing puberty with transgender teens that creates “an environment that is inclusive and challenges binary concepts about gender.”
I asked one of my GOP voter friends a couple weeks about CRT. He had trouble explaining what it is to me, but he said in California teachers were making kids write letters to themselves about how being white was bad and shit like that. So I asked if his school age daughters have had to do that and he said no. He heard about it. This is the same with @The Joker. Jackoffs like him just repeat what they are told to repeat until they actually believe it. My friend is an extremely intelligent, self made multi millionaire, but will lap up his leaders talking points and then repeat them. I asked him about his motivations. I was like who cares if some teacher asks your daughter to write some bollocks exercise. I mean when I was in school we did a lot of dumb things and cool things. He said he was simply triggered by it. He's ex-Mormon(the kind that loses their religion when they get rich and tithes get painful) so there is that built in racism to add to it.
 

pusslicker

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Bidens achievements ……

“ An open southern border and broken immigration system; inflation and a stagnant economy; energy independence thrown away; unaffordable renewable energy goals; censorship by tech platforms, media and the government; incompetent and dishonest healthcare officials as exposed in the Covid pandemic, particularly on school shutdowns; higher education that despises viewpoint diversity; schools teaching hateful racialism; violent crime; criminal prosecutors unwilling to prosecute; plummeting academic and school performance; a dangerously senile president; school officials openly opposing parental control; multiple scandals exposed by the Hunter Biden laptop; a healthcare system that costs far too much; widespread perception of gross wealth and income inequality; breathtaking government incompetence reflected in the Afghanistan withdrawal process; and national debt with an annual interest cost now approaching $1 trillion per year.”
What about the 4.2 trillion in debt Trump added in '20? And the 1.5 trillion he added to the debt the other years? Biden is at least getting below Trump, Reagan, or W levels of spending.
 

pusslicker

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Bidens achievements ……

“ An open southern border and broken immigration system; inflation and a stagnant economy; energy independence thrown away; unaffordable renewable energy goals; censorship by tech platforms, media and the government; incompetent and dishonest healthcare officials as exposed in the Covid pandemic, particularly on school shutdowns; higher education that despises viewpoint diversity; schools teaching hateful racialism; violent crime; criminal prosecutors unwilling to prosecute; plummeting academic and school performance; a dangerously senile president; school officials openly opposing parental control; multiple scandals exposed by the Hunter Biden laptop; a healthcare system that costs far too much; widespread perception of gross wealth and income inequality; breathtaking government incompetence reflected in the Afghanistan withdrawal process; and national debt with an annual interest cost now approaching $1 trillion per year.”
Are you concerned about the GOP taking over and ramping up spending to their typical levels again?
 

Pertinacious Tom

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What about the 4.2 trillion in debt Trump added in '20? And the 1.5 trillion he added to the debt the other years? Biden is at least getting below Trump, Reagan, or W levels of spending.
Congress spends but Presidents get the blame or credit.

Biden deserves credit for spending more recklessly than anyone before him

Despite campaigning as a moderate, President Biden has dramatically accelerated federal spending during his time in office. He has now spent more in his first two years than President Trump did during his last two years at the height of the pandemic.

Official estimates from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) show that, since January 2021, legislation signed by President Biden has set in motion a record $3.37 trillion in new spending, surpassing Trump's previous record of $3.28 trillion during the 116th Congress.

Like Trump, Biden has overseen significant pandemic-related relief, but he also has ramped up spending on priorities well beyond COVID-19. The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), passed in March 2021, cost $1.8 trillion, more than half of the new spending enacted during Biden's time in office.

But it's the other expensive legislation Biden has signed that pushed him past Trump. The much-vaunted Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act spent another $765 billion, though the infrastructure expenditures will occur over the course of the next five years. The Jon Stewart-promoted Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act contributed another $278 billion, while the recently passed CHIPS Act "chipped" in $255 billion more. And though congressional Democrats failed to pass Biden's Build Back Better legislation earlier this year, its eventual successor, the Inflation Reduction Act, is still estimated by the CBO to add another $51 billion to the federal ledger.

Of course, these new laws all represent spending carried out by Biden in consort with the Democratic-controlled Congress. But on top of everything Congress is doing, the president has taken numerous, expensive executive actions that make his impact on the federal budget even greater than official numbers indicate.

In response to a request from House Republicans, the CBO estimated in June that a number of the president's executive actions total another $532 billion, including interest expenses. The list of actions reviewed by the CBO include $300 billion for an expansion of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, $34 billion for the extension of various healthcare subsidies, and $85 billion for pauses in student loan repayment.
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