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Always telling when they let their masks slip accidentally.

What do you think?

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FuckTheBots
FuckTheBots
17 days ago

NO, it is not like that. Trash is your responsibility, you make it, you deal with it. People entering the country due to idiotic policies are not Florida’s responsibility. Migrants were relocated on the properties of those promoting the policies. They make the policies, they need to bear the consequences of those policies.

Kat
Kat
17 days ago
Reply to  FuckTheBots

What the f***. Are these people really likening human beings to a pile of trash? And they think they are the good guys. How do they justify this in their own mind?

FuckTheBots
FuckTheBots
16 days ago
Reply to  Kat

Their actions define how they are. No need for justification. If they kept their sexual beliefs and behaviors private, I would have no issue. When they teach my children, they change she/he/us pronouns, and change the law to tolerate me having a wife in a horse for example, then I take issue. Vote me down.

philonous
philonous
13 days ago
Reply to  FuckTheBots

Actually, I’m afraid you’re mistaken. Neither the U.S. federal government nor any state legislative body in the U.S. operates as a direct democracy, wherein the citizens would be directly responsible for the drafting, enacting, and amending of the laws. Rather, we elect legislators or representatives who make decisions on the behalf of us (their constituents). You’d be perfectly within your bounds to hold certain persons in a given legislative district responsible for voting for a given candidate, and hence for electing that candidate; but you err in thinking that once these legislators are in fact in office, their constituents are responsible for their actions. So, to sum it up, you can blame people for electing someone, but you cannot blame any voters whatsoever for what the people in office do, since that’s not the decision of the people who elected them, but rather the decision of the given legislator themself.

Astate
Astate
15 days ago

Just like when Kelly Osborne responded to the possibility of limiting illegal immigration by asking who would clean our toilets.