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And the biggest irony of all is that the only ones acting like Nazi's are the ones removing symbols, statues, flags, images, and dictating how we should behave
I'm only calling those that would threaten either directly or indirectly 6 Flags and anyone else as Nazis.
originally posted by: JinMI
originally posted by: Lucidparadox
originally posted by: autopat51
its amazing to me how the many always bow to the whims of the few...again....and again
Sorry boss, thats not true
The liberals are the majority, and growing, did you see the popular vote?
55% didn't vote, try again.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: Lucidparadox
If the majority is leftists, then why are there a majority of republican governors, majority of republican senators, majority of republican representatives?
The majority of people in the majority of counties in the majority of states voted for Trump.
Your premise is so full of fail that it makes Honey Boo Boo look like an Oscar winner.
The analysis found four times as many states with Republican-skewed state House or Assembly districts than Democratic ones. Among the two dozen most populated states that determine the vast majority of Congress, there were nearly three times as many with Republican-tilted U.S. House districts. Traditional battlegrounds such as Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida and Virginia were among those with significant Republican advantages in their U.S. or state House races. All had districts drawn by Republicans after the last Census in 2010. The AP analysis also found that Republicans won as many as 22 additional U.S. House seats over what would have been expected based on the average vote share in congressional districts across the country. That helped provide the GOP with a comfortable majority over Democrats instead of a narrow one
Republicans are so much better than Democrats at gerrymandering
Democrats would need to flip 24 seats to retake the U.S. House in 2018. But at least two-thirds of that tally may be permanently out of reach, thanks to a dirty geographical trick played by Republican lawmakers in 2010.
That's according to a new Brennan Center analysis of gerrymandering — the process lawmakers use to draw legislative districts for their own partisan advantage.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
It's Nazi this and Nazi that and you're a Nazi and you're a Nazi.
And the biggest irony of all is that the only ones acting like Nazi's are the ones removing symbols, statues, flags, images, and dictating how we should behave.
originally posted by: muzzleflash
a reply to: JinMI
The reason he thinks the liberals are growing is because he disingenuously knows they are illegitimately calling all Reps Nazis in order to destroy and alienate the party.
A clever plot. Childish but clever.
originally posted by: Kettu
TIL: Six Flags is 1/6th racist?
The flags that have flown over Texas are: The United States, Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, and most infamously, the Confederate States of America. They were a representation of historical fact.