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Dee
My pedigree most definitely don't tolerate the fuck shit...
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Dee 5m
Black boomers are definitely paternalistic. They don’t think women are capable of having true leadership roles, and it’s infuriating. Warren would have made an excellent president.
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Dee 6m
Warren was my first choice. I was PIIIIIIIIIIISSSSSSSED that she didn’t win. She had clear plans for all of the issues I actually care about. The only thing that makes this a little more palatable is that Biden’s adopted some of the Warren/Sanders policies.
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Dee 15m
I’m not disagreeing with you, though.
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Dee 16m
Again, Black boomers are the most reliable voting bloc in our community at this point. Politicians pander to the people who will keep them employed. We have to show that we’re reliable if we want people cater to our needs.
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Slevin Kelevra 2h
Good Morning to everyone except black people that regurgitate Russian bot talking points while trying to look "cooler" than everyone else about their political views.
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Dee 1h
Replying to @Killa_S3ason
Agreed!!!!!
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Dee 1h
Replying to @Killa_S3ason
the electoral process. Right now, we’re pretty much at the mercy of older, more dependable voters.
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Dee 1h
Replying to @Killa_S3ason
Definitely makes sense. I’d love to support some more progressive candidates. I think that work needs to start now. Get Trump out of office, then spend the next 4 years working towards a true progressive candidate. It definitely can be done if younger people are more invested in
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Dee 1h
Replying to @TrapWayans
Lol. K
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Dee 1h
Replying to @Killa_S3ason
I can’t afford to vote independent at this point. Maybe in an election that isn’t high-stakes.
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Dee 1h
Replying to @Killa_S3ason
I was 100% for a Warren/Somebody ticket. It didn’t work out that way, and I realize it’s time to move on. Some people are stuck on not getting who they wanted instead of working to push the candidates who the majority wanted further left on their policies. They’re wasting energy.
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Dee 2h
Same with the majority of people on here dogging Kamala Harris out.
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CBS News 4h
U.S. Postal Service warns that Pennsylvania's mail-in ballot laws could cause some votes not to be counted
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Dee 2h
Replying to @TrapWayans
Well, I’m never voting Republican. I care about human rights and the right to control my own body way more than I care about reparations. You’re basically a Republican who’s spending your time pretending to be a “woke” Black person lol.
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Dee 2h
Replying to @TrapWayans
No. Find a 3rd-party candidate and put in the work over the next 4 years to get them elected. It’s fine not to agree with the majority, but at what point will you ACTUALLY put real effort into ensuring that there are other, viable candidates who can win elections?
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Dee 2h
Replying to @TrapWayans
I’m really not lol. You weren’t even voting in the first place. However, I do think your concerns are valid and should be addressed on a local level.
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Dee 3h
Run for your local school baord, write letters, support candidates that can make those changed, etc. The loudest parents get the resources. If you want those resources, make some noise IN PERSON. Twitter tantrums don’t do anything.
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Dee 3h
What are you doing on a local level to fix this? Sitting on Twitter complaining does absolutely nothing.
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Dee 3h
So you weren’t going to vote anyway. Got it.
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Dee 4h
You’re correct. I know nothing about your family’s criminal history. Since you don’t like Harris, who would you have preferred on the ticket?
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