Populist Prole replied to the topic Meet the "Gun Couple," 2020's firearm-toting, protester-fearing version of American Gothic in the forum General Discussion 2 days ago
Aside from the clueless-ness of having zero trigger control, isn’t pointing gun at people, loaded or not, with the intent to posture in some way, a felony? I know it is in my state when I took a gun safety course.
Aside from that, that house, inside and out, looks like something Rush Limpballs lives in.
Populist Prole replied to the topic NRA has shed 200 staffers this year as group faces financial crisis in the forum General Discussion 2 days ago
Ex-member here. They’ve gotten so political that even the gun nuts I know are saying the same thing.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Statues of 'our nation's greatest heroes' have been torn down, VP Pence says to crowded Dallas church in the forum General Discussion 3 days ago
It’s super-duper convenient narrative from with which to push further right.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Israel orders US-based Christian TV channel off air in the forum General Discussion 3 days ago
I’ve run across a lot of christ0-fascist right-wingers that are crazy in love with Israel. The plot thickens…
Populist Prole replied to the topic Wall Street spent heavily to take down Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. It was a bad investment. in the forum General Discussion 6 days ago
My hunch is tone-deafness enabled/nurtured from being ensconced in a comfortable bubble. Plus, they know all they say is trumpeted everywhere; it makes its rounds in the media and it in tun becomes a truism by default. Very little of what we say is even heard unless our opinions are seeked out, which they rarely are.
In turn, they don’t hold us…[Read more]
What took you so long? 🙂
Seriously though, on top of him being an inveterate corporo-fascist status quo tool, his handlers are constantly giving him sharply whispered cues from backstage “Go to the right! Go to the right! Go to the right!”
Populist Prole replied to the topic This is just so funny. You have got to watch this Licoln Project ad. in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
I see it as a case of my enemy’s enemy is my enemy’s enemy, no more, no less.
I’ve got a well-founded suspicion that it’s only Trumps impolitic buffoonery they object to. Not his right-wing policies.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Great mask furor: Monkey trials redux. Faith alone vs. science and reason in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
“Now it means – sit back – pray and do nothing to help yourself or others – for gods sake do not go to a doctor or get a vaccine or change your lifestyle so that we do not get worse climate change etc.”
It also means, nay, especially means, “DO NOT look for nor expect any economic action by the corporate overlords on your behalf. STFU about…[Read more]
Populist Prole replied to the topic Green Party nominee says Sanders, progressives have failed to pull Democrats to the left in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
Thanks Captain Obvious. Seriously. It’s official: I’m staying home for the presidential election 2020.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Columbus Police Rip Legs From Double Amputee And Leave Him Stranded in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
That’s what it is, and they want to make damn well sure we know that.
They’re making one big titanic push toward high-handed dominance of a police state. They’re going all-in because if they don’t establish total control now, it’s down the slippery slope they go, due to the burgeoning awakening of their excesses.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Rich Americans' pullback in spending is hurting the economic recovery in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
First off, no reproach to the poster of the OP.
“But the frugality from the highest earners could jeopardize the speed of the U.S. economy’s recovery, experts warned, because many lower income jobs depend on that spending.”
“Going Galt” are they? “Experts” my ass: shills for the status quo more accurately. As if the “pullback in spending” by t…[Read more]
I haven’t heard those weasel words in a while; they must have had to dust that one off.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Biden, Democrats seek to shut down calls to defund police in the forum General Discussion 3 weeks ago
“the former vice president “hears and shares the deep grief and frustration” of those calling for reform, but that he “does not believe that police should be defunded”
So, it’s Bill Cinton’s “I feel your pain” V2.0?
Populist Prole replied to the topic Trump claims 75-year-old man shoved by Buffalo police could be part of 'set up' in the forum General Discussion 3 weeks ago
And the digbats that watch MSM will lap it up readily.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Draft Democratic proposal seeks big changes to policing in the forum Latest Breaking News 3 weeks ago
Big on sizzle, small on steak, by design. It has to be. The essential truth is still this simple: The burgeoning unrest caused by the perpetuation of corporate control of policies is, in their minds, is still going to have to be quelled. I doesn’t matter which party.
You beat me to it.
Worst man. Full stop.
At this or any other moment prior or future.
The field is not lacking for contenders you understand, but as far vivid azure blue-dogs go, this guy is the worst. Barring religious x-tain fundamentalism, there is zero difference between him and a teabagger republican.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Bernie Sanders' team reportedly won't have any tolerance for Biden dissenters at convention in the forum General Discussion 3 weeks ago
I thought the whole point was a shake-up, not some BS tweaking of the system. Knuckling under is the antithesis of “Our revolution”.
Populist Prole replied to the topic Pentagon War Game Includes Scenario for Military Response to Domestic Gen Z Rebellion in the forum General Discussion 3 weeks ago
They accurately enumerate every single reason why the deck is stacked against the populace, and why they’ve got every right to feel disenfranchised. Then in the next breath basically say, “tough shit, that’s the way it’s going to be”. I don’t care what generation they’re talking about: Fascism is fascism.
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