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johnfist1 4 points ago +4 / -0

You could pitch making Ass Rape Day a federal holiday and they'd consider it. If you had a commission at work that voted on paid holidays for themselves it'd be a no brainer too.

Federal holidays should be on a ballot for us, not for our employees in public office.

EnforcerDesu 4 points ago +4 / -0

I shall call it, Should Have Picked My Own Cotton Day.

deletedandredacted 3 points ago +4 / -1

Juneteenth has nothing to do with Fentanyl Floyd. Just sayin. I also disagree with it being a Federal holiday. Most of the rest of America, other than Texans, even knows what it is.

Eric-CIA-ramella [S] -2 points ago +4 / -6

Bullshit, last year was the first time anyone outside of extreme left wing commie and Panther circles had ever heard of it, and it was IN GOOGLE CALENDARS ALREADY. You're also high out of your mind to think it has nothing to do with Floyd lmao.

deletedandredacted 5 points ago +6 / -1

State of Texas employees have had the day off for years...

Eric-CIA-ramella [S] -5 points ago +1 / -6

Off yourself faggot

ARfreedom 1 point ago +2 / -1

You could provide evidence where he's wrong, but you'll probably just call me a faggot instead.

Eric-CIA-ramella [S] -1 points ago +2 / -3

Only if you cater to faggotry with the "BBBUUTTT mUHH JENTEEETNHERINO WAS ALWAYS IN TEXAS" whitewash bullshit. The point isn't that a few retarded Texans have been celebrating it for 100 years, it was that it wasn't a NATIONWIDE MANDATED HOLIDAY UNTIL 2020. What the fuck is wrong with you cuckservatives?

deletedandredacted 2 points ago +2 / -0

It isn’t a National Holiday yet you retard. They just voted this week. The current year is 2021. Try and keep up cuck.

ARfreedom 1 point ago +1 / -0

What's wrong with me? Well, facts for one thing. I prioritize them over the wailings of keyboard cucks like yourself.

Juneteenth wasn't a nationwide mandated holiday even in 2020. Even as recently as an hour ago, it wasn't a nationwide mandated holiday. Until Resident Biden signs the bill into law later today, then it will be a nationwide mandated holiday.

I'll also note, not that facts mean anything to one braindead such as yourself, that I never said it was always a thing in Texas. In other comments I've stated at most it's been an official holiday in Texas for a few decades.