Excellen Browning

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    The new Narga
  • Birthday 08/13/1990

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  1. General US Politics

    The third option being to curtail Roe v. Wade in some way, while still upholding it. My bet is on curtailing or ban.
  2. General US Politics

    People vote against their own interests all the time. Brexit is a good example, the parts of the country that got a leave majority were also the parts where local government relied on EU subsidies for their funding. And in general, a lot of people who rely on social security vote to have it stripped away.
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    I don't know about the female justices but yes it's not looking good. To my knowledge Kavanaugh, Gorsuch and Alito are all hard anti-abortion, Thomas isn't against it per se but doesn't see it as a constitutional issue, and Roberts is the swing vote while generally being a conservative vote.
  4. General US Politics

    The law passed, but it's unconstitutional for now. Whether it stays that way will be up to the US supreme court.
  5. General US Politics

    You need them both, probably in equal measure.
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    jesus dude drop the fucking fascism stuff. go jerk off to something else.
  7. General US Politics

    Look friendo, you really should stop playing the fascist card. Nobody cares.
  8. General US Politics

    Don't know right now, and don't care. All I'm saying right now is that he seems like a decent enough guy based on his voting record.
  9. General US Politics

    You can also check out his actual voting record, you'll get basically the same picture.
  10. General US Politics

    I'm not sure what makes him bipartisan, other than not being willing to increase taxes. His voting record is pretty solid. https://votesmart.org/candidate/political-courage-test/146299/seth-moulton/
  11. General US Politics

    As long as the republicans continue to back Trump there's no chance of impeachment to begin with. And considering their track record I don't think that's going to change. Getting any normal stuff done in Congress still depends in large part on bipartisan support, and I guess it's important not to poison the well too much, in a sense.
  12. General US Politics

    If Trump doesn't pardon himself and his family, that is.
  13. General US Politics

    Looks like it's the end for William Barr Reading through the report now, seems most/all news outlets are missing the big asterisks to "not enough evidence to try and convict". From what I'm reading it's more along the lines of "we're certain that this happened, we've proven intent, the problem is that you also have to know that it's illegal in the first place to get a conviction. And folks like Jared Kushner, Donald Trump Jr and the orange idiot himself can all reasonably claim that they didn't"
  14. General US Politics

    Right, well. Do join a party. That's the only realistic way of ever running for an election. Getting involved in party politics is also a good place to learn about stuff like compromising, working together with people you completely disagree with, and how you like it.
  15. General US Politics

    So, before anything, which party are you joining?