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Voted correctly last week.
Not feeling very optimistic because white people.
She is, of course, a Republican. How very unsurprising.
Uh, anyone tell me were the bible says one man, one woman?
Last I heard the Bible said Solomon had 700 wives and 300 concubines.
I assume she can quote a later authority?
Book of Madeups CCLXII 6733:885, “And the faerie said she prefers the maidservant, before falling over into the dregs of wine”. Since the magic sky faerie didn’t identify as male, this clearly (amen!) means one priest, lots of under-aged children. Slaves, for preference.
Georgia special election candidate says journalism has fueled :
What she means is very probably something like
† The Grauniad’s reporter is Ben Jacobs, who was the reporter criminally assaulted by Greg Gianforte for asking a question.
slithey tove (twas brillig (stevem)) says
Not to derail…. oops
The single instance of -45 allowing his autocorrect twitter to work made him Yweet about the GOP candidate “Ms Handle” which his team untweeted within a few hours.
Last night Trevor Noah noted that Ossof is young enough to still recognize his adolescent nickname of “J-Off” 😉 While Handel lives by hers of “can’t Handle gays”.
Tried phone banking for Ossoff yesterday, mostly got only voicemail option. The two voices I got had already voted in early ballot FOR Ossoff😀
Still on knife’s edge. Here’s hoping. Good luck Ossoff (stick it to the GOP) 🖖🖕👍👍👍
blf @ #5 — I might tend to agree with her, although I don’t think it’s “journalism” so much as propaganda. The source of a lot of vile discourse in America (and the world) is the tabloid, 24/7 style news entertainment cum propaganda as produced by the likes of CNN and Fox, with Fox (and it’s various spin offs) being the most vicious of the lot. Much of the rest is equally as bad, if somewhat tamer in their rhetoric. I certainly would not agree with her that it’s “anger from the left,” or not just anger from the left. A big part of it is anger from the rich right, from the white right, from the MRA bro right, from the evangelical right that keeps bringing up killing people for disagreeing with their vision of America.
I wish the interviewer had followed up more about her beliefs vs. what she wants to put into law.
OK, she doesn’t think gay marriage is right because she’s a Christian. But how does it follow that therefore the government should ban gay marriage? Does she think all non-Christian things should be outlawed?
chigau (違う) says
When do the polls close?
So much for that.
Donald Trump will be re-elected in 2020.
Chuck Stanley says
And Democrats continue to lose. Despite hyping it beyond belief and spending a fortune.
Yes, Handel won, but by the smallest margin in 25 years; specifically, she won by about 4 percentage points where the smallest margin of success in the 25 years prior was 16 – that is, she won by a quarter of the worst margin the GOP has had in two and a half decades in that district. There are a lot of districts in Georgia that are far more competitive, that weren’t gerrymandered specifically to be safe for the GOP, and where Democrats still run on the regular. Immediately predicting a continuance of the status quo doesn’t help anything.