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originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: The2Billies
Joe Biden's pick of Secretary of Education is UNIQUE, and not ashamed of being a ball-buster either.
Charlotte in action: twitter.com...
originally posted by: djz3ro
a reply to: strongfp
I also though it was the Conservatives (Dems) that put people into little boxes, labelling everything.
I do see a lot of American Righties trying to blame the Lefties for things that are considered Right Wing elsewhere, it's baffling sometimes but is that down to projection or do they genuinely believe it?
originally posted by: Ahabstar
a reply to: Gothmog
Exact opposite. Right side is emotion and left is logic. But which hand you are is controlled by the other side. Left handed by the right side and hence artists and musicians tend to be left handed.
originally posted by: jjkenobi
In order for liberalism to succeed though they need:
Control of public school brainwashing
Control of university brainwashing
Control of the media
Control of censorship on all major tech platforms
Physical violence and threats against those who disagree with them
Make all things they disagree with illegal
One of the main issues the assembly debated was how much power the king should have, says David A. Bell, a professor of early modern France at Princeton University. Would he have the right to an absolute veto? As the debate continued, those who thought the king should have an absolute veto sat on the right of the president of the assembly, and those who thought he should not — the more radical view — sat on the left of the president of the assembly. In other words, those who wanted to hew closer to tradition were on the right, and those who wanted more change were on the left.