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Papabravo12 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hate any reference to a threat to our democracy, such a libtard comment

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Papabravo12 2 points ago +2 / -0

Threat to democracy is by far the worst phrase in our zeitgeist

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Papabravo12 1 point ago +1 / -0

The brutal thing about the high energy prices is that it doesn’t come with increased American employment and investment anymore. I worked at a Big Oil company for almost 10 years and I always defended our business because we employed so many “regular” people and invested so much back into exploration and improvements in technology.

But now the high price is all because of the regulations baked into Dem policies. And now all the companies are basically cucked and just talk about their stupid renewable projects they buy to lose money but gain credits from the government and PR to try to keep death knell type legislation from hitting them (which will happen soon enough anyway despite their efforts).

Sad

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Papabravo12 1 point ago +1 / -0

But also, the media makes this stuff up to scare conservatives

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Papabravo12 2 points ago +2 / -0

anyone heard anything about FEDEX being affected? I had two packages that were supposed to arrive at my office today that didn’t get scanned or even out of Memphis. Columbus Day isn’t the kind of holiday they take off but I have been getting shit service from them lately? And yes I know about the general labor issues they’ve been happening, I’m curious if maybe some fedex people are doing the sick thing in solidarity but it’s not as easy to tell because packages can’t complain about their flights being cancelled

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Papabravo12 1 point ago +1 / -0

There’s a point there but the reason small towns have been struggling is because every generation has less kids and the kids they do have all want to live to cities to become libtard commies. The small towns of America can support much more if a % of the population than they do now and them not all lose their values

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Papabravo12 1 point ago +1 / -0

At work yesterday when the hack was going on and their stock was sinking someone said Mark Zuckerberg isn’t happy right now and I blurted out “fuck him I hope he dies in a plane crash”

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Papabravo12 2 points ago +2 / -0

I mean the fact is this just how our retarded country works now. There is no actual legislation passed excerpt budget related stuff, everything else is executive orders, which can always just be repealed by the next guy

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Papabravo12 2 points ago +2 / -0

This has to be a joke. Funny though

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Papabravo12 6 points ago +6 / -0

What they’re doing regarding Jan 6th has so many similarities to the Reichstag Fire…

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Papabravo12 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is this true? Not seeing it on their website. Although I’m sure it is

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Papabravo12 2 points ago +2 / -0

Every time I read an article like this I like to point out how absurd the numbers are. The justification to pry into every American’s bank accounts is to collect approximately $46 Billion per year for the treasury dept. I just looked it up. In August 2021 the USA paid $42 billion in interest payments on Debt alone. So all this BS of we need this money for this or that, is total nonsense. It doesn’t even make a drop in the bucket. We pay out $350-$400 billion per month. It’s purely a power move to prosecute actual contributors to society

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Papabravo12 5 points ago +5 / -0

Jesus Christ, I literally have DuckDuckGo on my phone specifically to use .win because I don’t want to be tracked by the FBI (I know they have lurkers here anyway but I don’t want to make it any easier on them than I have to). But now it turns out this is a libtard company too, awesome

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Papabravo12 16 points ago +17 / -1

Sadly this is just the beginning. I have a number of friends from actual shitty countries and they all say the same thing, Revolution will not happen until people are starving. We’re a lot closer to that than we have been since the Great depression because the elites are trying to cause a global depression but at the end of the day we’re all still fat pieces of shit playing on our phones complaining

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