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ProudKoreanAmerican 8 points ago +9 / -1

And the party has since doubled down.

Imagine if the GOP had even half the balls. Too bad the national LP is just as cucked.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 1 point ago +1 / -0

THIS GUY 'RHYMED' RITTENHOUSE WITH HOUSE.

Holy shit. Lmfao. This is complete garbage. There's at least 10 thousand soundcloud rappers who can squirt out a fart with more beat than this.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 4 points ago +4 / -0

Post their names. Find out where they live.

I'm not going to fucking live in a country with a bunch of sick degenerates claiming a hate crime when I refuse to call them by the wrong sex.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 3 points ago +3 / -0

The thing is we had strong cultural institutions that resisted the leftist garbage. Most people still went to church (and I say this as a non-religious person). Most public schools had normal or even patriotic teachers.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bannon is definitely not a billionaire. lol. It might help if the first thing out of your mouth wasn't easily proven wrong.

https://www.wealthypersons.com/steve-bannon-net-worth-2020-2021/

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ProudKoreanAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

Manchin just needs to change his party affiliation to Independent. He'd get far more support from normies. The Democrat Party is literally having to steal elections just to remain relevant. The GOP controls 29 states.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 6 points ago +6 / -0

The left wants us dead. I've cut all leftists out of my life. They're my enemy.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes but the Republicans 20-30 years ago weren't good on gun control, either. Remember the most comprehensive gun control being shot down NOW was passed in the 80s-90s. Opposition to gun control is now at historic levels - partially because the left inadvertently proved why self defense is so important.

Republicans at the STATE LEVEL and in the courts are far more effective conservatives when it comes to abortion and gun control. It takes time to fix the federal GOP because they're so far removed from the average person. They literally spend over half the year in the liberal DC political arena.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think that's really the only topic Republicans have shifted on in the last 20 years towards the center. Republicans nowadays aren't any less pro-life than they've ever been, for example. In fact we've started to make some gains in the abortion debate by placing conservative federal judges who allow states to pretty much ban abortion past 10 weeks.

In other ways Republicans have moved more to the traditional right thanks to Trump's populism. For example conservatives were always opposed to international interventionism, but the neo-cons made that a conservative policy under Bush when that's a progressive foreign policy. Woodrow Wilson and FDR promoted the idea America could "guide" the world actively whereas conservatives believe the US should be more reserved outside of economic trade. I've also for the first time in decades seen conservatives come out vehemently against the police state and start proposing privatization of the education system.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 6 points ago +6 / -0

The parliamentarian is a moderate Democrat appointed by Harry Reid who has repeatedly states that illegals can't be given green cards through a reconciliation package. Manchin has also stated he opposes this provision. We need to be aware that it's still a possibility, but we don't need to sound alarm bells just yet.

It takes 60 Senate votes to overrule the parliamentarian (not going to happen), or Kamala Harris could try to intervene but then it would go to the Supreme Court since she'd be trying to violate the Byrd Rule.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 5 points ago +5 / -0

The dude literally lost millions of dollars and accepted that a third of the country would perpetually hate him by becoming president. He was one of the most popular billionaires in the world prior to 2015.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 16 points ago +16 / -0

Unfortunately Kyle will have a harder time than the Covington Catholic boys but he can definitely go after any media outlet that literally lied about him shooting black people or crossing state lines with a firearm.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 8 points ago +8 / -0

He probably reached out. We didn't know that he reached out to Kyle until this morning. Trump has always had a heart for these incidents. That's why the media and left were able to jump on the Charlottesville statement. Trump was speaking from the heart instead of being a calculated politician.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

No. This is the moment we stop allowing the lines to shift. The left is literally on the verge of legalizing pedophilia in states like California. We need to fucking start shooting the left if they keep pushing left because I'm not going to live in a society that normalizes pedophilia.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 15 points ago +16 / -1

The parliamentarian has to determine which provisions of the bill aren't fiscal in nature. You can't pass non-fiscal policy in a budget bill. The parliamentarian has already stated twice she's going to rule against the inclusion of the registry provisions on the grounds that green cards, in any context, produce an incalculable impact in the areas of employment, voting and more issues that would outweigh their budgetary cost or revenues in violation of the Byrd rule.

The Senate also plans to make changes. The Senate would vote on its version of the bill and then the House would have to approve what the Senate sends it.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes. The parliamentarian has to determine which provisions of the bill aren't fiscal in nature. You can't pass non-fiscal policy in a budget bill. The parliamentarian has already stated twice she's going to rule against the inclusion of the registry provisions on the grounds that green cards, in any context, produce an incalculable impact in the areas of employment, voting and more issues that would outweigh their budgetary cost or revenues in violation of the Byrd rule.

The Senate also plans to make changes. The Senate would vote on its version of the bill and then the House would have to approve what the Senate sends it.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 8 points ago +9 / -1

It passed the House; the Senate is holding it up. Contact Manchin and Sinema. Pretend to be Democrats from their states if you must.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 40 points ago +42 / -2

It doesn't matter. You can't be fired even as a contractor if your company's customer base demands that your civil rights be violated. This is no different than a customer telling a company they don't want black service techs. You can't shift blame in civil rights lawsuits.

Make your employer stand by their contract with you. They have no right to fire you for a medical and religious decision.

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ProudKoreanAmerican 73 points ago +77 / -4

Tell them you have medical and religious exemptions. Make it known you will be pursuing a lawsuit if they fire you. Their customers don't get to violate your civil rights by proxy.

Plan out everything you're going to say. Read it out loud from a notepad if you have to. Specifically mention that you've had a history of poor reactions to vaccines and you have a religious objection to any vaccines that utilize aborted fetal cells based on your Christian faith. You want to make it known that your employer is violating your civil rights. Then if they still fire you, do research and FIND A LAWYER.

Don't just roll over. If they fire you, you have a good chance at making up ALL of that money + damages. Employers are freaking out now that OSHA has backed down from the mandate because now there's no immunity.

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