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#34 - Well thats a reasonable answer on all counts, but thats becaus…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/04/2016 on How Liberals view Politics +1
#37 - Stevethewizard (04/04/2016) [-]
As much as I dislike what Trump's saying (or rather, how little he's actually saying compared to how much he talks), he's getting a lot more people involved in the process (both in favor of him and out of opposition to him). That's going to show a lot of people how inherently broken the system we have in place is: a system where Clinton is getting fewer votes, yet more delegates, because she's paying for the support of delegates who aren't beholden to the will of the voters.
Trump is a necessity. I personally don't care for him, but he's doing something necessary. Every inflammatory comment he makes is showing that there's another way: burning the fucking system down.
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#38 - MuahahaOfLore (04/04/2016) [-]
The way I see it a % of Bernie voters will be discouraged from voting after Hillary steals the election by a small margin.

And even if Trump does an average job it will still be better than Hillary.
The one thing I hate is Trumps position on warrentless tapping
#29 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 04/04/2016 on How Liberals view Politics 0
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#49 - nimba (04/04/2016) [-]
keywords m8, try 'Horseshoe politics"
#27 - explain "the Horseshoe" I didnt make this …  [+] (7 new replies) 04/04/2016 on How Liberals view Politics 0
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#56 - paddypancake (04/04/2016) [-]
I guess you googled it yourself now anyways.
The horsehoe is a metaphor about the political spectrum, the center being the middle of the horseshoe. The left and right extremes (ends of the horseshoe) are both closer to each other than the middle. Basically if you are a leftist extremists you have more in common with a right wing extremists than you have with a moderate person.
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#28 - nimba (04/04/2016) [-]
I could explain google for you
#31 - robotvoice (04/04/2016) [-]
hurr you're wrong.
''why?''
durr google it.
really dude?
#52 - anon (04/04/2016) [-]
Lotengo said the exact same thing and everyone accped that
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#47 - nimba (04/04/2016) [-]
""hurr durr"" really dude I don't expect people to just explain things to me and nor should you. I gave my reason
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#49 - nimba (04/04/2016) [-]
keywords m8, try 'Horseshoe politics"
#5 - Some schools have become unreasonably PC They think writin…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/04/2016 on Weapons +5
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#6 - zipov (04/04/2016) [-]
Aren't schools supposed to be apolitical and teach shit instead? What the hell is going on over there?
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#29 - thepizzadevourer (04/05/2016) [-]
Higher education was supposed to be a place where people could freely discuss ideas, which would lead to the advance of learning and knowledge.

Unfortunately, with the whole SJW/hyper-political-correctness movement, lots of colleges now think they're supposed to be "safe spaces" where students will never be challenged in any way. They think that if they aren't protecting their students, they aren't doing their job. But unfortunately, in order to do that, you need to quash any dissenting voices. So BS like this is becoming more and more common.

Heck, my college (in western New York state) had large protests "in solidarity" with Missouri University. What were the evils committed at MU, you ask? Some students said some racist things . . . and the college administration didn't immediately condemn them. That's it. So because some students said some cruel things (and I'm not trying to deny they were cruel) the president of the university lost his job.

I'm not trying to say that we should accept racism. Far from it. But when we've gotten to the point where university students are so sensitive that it's acceptable to get the president of a college fired because someone else insulted them, it's beyond out of control. And now, with the Trump thing, it's going beyond insults: this is a simple case of "they don't agree with me, and I can't handle that". It's a sorry state of affairs, to be sure.
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#54 - zipov (04/05/2016) [-]
So it's like they are doing the complete opposite of preparing students for real life.
Fancy that.

It is starting in Poland too. 10 years ago there were feminist circles in my uni. Oh the fun we've had.
Fortunately I'm out of education now and can work in peace. Well, relative peace.
#25 - its a horseshoe?  [+] (1 new reply) 04/04/2016 on How Liberals view Politics -1
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#71 - isolovegames (04/04/2016) [-]
No it's a grey rainbow of lack-luster. Of course it's a horse-shoe.
#3 - students wrote trump 2016 in chalk on campus many were triggered  [+] (18 new replies) 04/04/2016 on Weapons +76
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#8 - thegoblingamer (04/04/2016) [-]
It's funny cause you have people crying over Trump written in chalk, and then you have people crying over feminist shit written in chalk.
It's like both sides are whiny bitches.
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#9 - MuahahaOfLore (04/04/2016) [-]
People would Decry both Meninist and Feminist Ideologies
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#10 - thegoblingamer (04/04/2016) [-]
Well yea. That;s how shit goes. But you have so much hypocritical shit on both sides, it's funny (in a frustrating/I've given up way).

"They did X"
Well didn't you guys do that too?
"Well... yea... but THEY did it!"
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#11 - MuahahaOfLore (04/04/2016) [-]
but no one says anything about hillary or Bernie in chalk
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#12 - thegoblingamer (04/04/2016) [-]
Don't get too caught up on the chalk.
The chalk is just a medium.
Think of the chalk as Facebook. It's just the medium for shitposting, but where it gets posted (physically/cyberly) doesn't matter.
I get shit on here cause I call people out for hate on Bernie/Hillary that's just stupid or wrong or hypocritical. Does that mean I'm gonna vote for them? No.
I also get shit elsewhere for calling people out on people talking unjustified shit on Trump. Does that mean I'm gonna vote for him? No.

People say shit about everyone else's side all the time. You can't say no one says shit on Bernie or Hillary cause I see it here 50x a day. I see hate on Trump on other sites as well. Do I buy into any of it? Nah.

Think of it this way. It's just an "us vs them" mentality that everyone buys into.
It's easier to lump everyone who disagrees with you, no matter how small, into one big category and label them as "cucks" or "bible-humpers" instead of being open-minded and seeing if their views has any weight to it.
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#13 - MuahahaOfLore (04/04/2016) [-]
im not against bernie or hillary because they are democrats;

I am against Bernie because he said he will raise taxes and he doesn't understand how the private sector works,
I an against hillary because she lies about lying and understand how to makes money from the private sector too well
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#14 - thegoblingamer (04/04/2016) [-]
Ohyea no, I'm not saying those are legitimate reasons.
Those are very well legitimate reasons for disliking those candidates.
If you view those as important, all the power to ya.

It's just the incessant hate I dislike between the supporters of every side. They're all whiny babies.
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#4 - zipov (04/04/2016) [-]
Whaaat. If I was an American I'd pack my shit and go live in the Rockies or something. Huntin boar and fucking bears, that's the life I'd choose over this bullshit.
#45 - notmadguy (04/05/2016) [-]
**notmadguy used "*roll picture*"**
**notmadguy rolled image** I live in the Rockies and there's actually more of them there.
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#52 - zipov (04/05/2016) [-]
NOOOOO
If there was one thing I wanted to do before I die it was to make the great trail and go back to die in my shithole...
Ugh, fuck.
#55 - notmadguy (04/05/2016) [-]
**notmadguy used "*roll picture*"**
**notmadguy rolled image** we are doom
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#31 - selongb (04/05/2016) [-]
If you want boars, your gonna need to go south for that. like below the mason dixon line south, and bears will fuck your shit up, not worth hunting.
#23 - anon (04/04/2016) [-]
I already live in the Rockies and too many people are moving here. Stay away.

also there's no boar here
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#53 - zipov (04/05/2016) [-]
So it's like in the Bieszczady mountains. They became too popular. What a shame.
I feel you, anon. I won't add to the masses.
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#5 - MuahahaOfLore (04/04/2016) [-]
Some schools have become unreasonably PC
They think writing Trump is like writing a racial slur.
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#6 - zipov (04/04/2016) [-]
Aren't schools supposed to be apolitical and teach shit instead? What the hell is going on over there?
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#29 - thepizzadevourer (04/05/2016) [-]
Higher education was supposed to be a place where people could freely discuss ideas, which would lead to the advance of learning and knowledge.

Unfortunately, with the whole SJW/hyper-political-correctness movement, lots of colleges now think they're supposed to be "safe spaces" where students will never be challenged in any way. They think that if they aren't protecting their students, they aren't doing their job. But unfortunately, in order to do that, you need to quash any dissenting voices. So BS like this is becoming more and more common.

Heck, my college (in western New York state) had large protests "in solidarity" with Missouri University. What were the evils committed at MU, you ask? Some students said some racist things . . . and the college administration didn't immediately condemn them. That's it. So because some students said some cruel things (and I'm not trying to deny they were cruel) the president of the university lost his job.

I'm not trying to say that we should accept racism. Far from it. But when we've gotten to the point where university students are so sensitive that it's acceptable to get the president of a college fired because someone else insulted them, it's beyond out of control. And now, with the Trump thing, it's going beyond insults: this is a simple case of "they don't agree with me, and I can't handle that". It's a sorry state of affairs, to be sure.
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#54 - zipov (04/05/2016) [-]
So it's like they are doing the complete opposite of preparing students for real life.
Fancy that.

It is starting in Poland too. 10 years ago there were feminist circles in my uni. Oh the fun we've had.
Fortunately I'm out of education now and can work in peace. Well, relative peace.
#2 - geothermal, is that how you got your username?  [+] (1 new reply) 04/04/2016 on Ass Waxing Fuckup 0
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#4 - geothermal (04/04/2016) [-]
yes. from the heat generated from my ass
it was enough to power a small town with a single generator shoved right up my anus
#7 - As a Jew with family members that make large political contrib…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/04/2016 on moy chekel +15
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#20 - ruderoody (04/04/2016) [-]
Trump?
#19 - WWIII is already going on  [+] (1 new reply) 04/04/2016 on Anti-Trump protesters in a... 0
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