His kids will be better off without him as a father.
I can’t take much more of this shit. The closeness of all of this is just so upsetting. I live in friggin Vermont, and Biden only won by 65%. 3% went to 3rd parties, but Trump got 32% here?? That’s mindblowing to me, and so disheartening. We’re supposed to be so solidly liberal up here. Still, better than the South.
Sometimes I feel like a significant portion of the American people have Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Wearing masks is common sense and effective, but the second that people think they are being forced they will dig in their heels. If it had been framed as heroic and patriotic at the start( like during WWII and… Read more
The self owning from these people is just amazing. While you can find affordable clothes at Macy’s, it wouldn’t be my first answer to where do the poors shop. I have a couple of cute Karen Scott Halloween shirts I’ve been wearing to run errands since I have no other place to wear them. Every time I am asked where I… Read more
Well, no. There are centrist Democrats. They vote in Democratic primaries to try to get more centrist Democrats nominated. Today continuing to register and vote Republican when the Republican Party is openly hostile to equal rights, to pro choice, to minorities, to gay marriage, to women, to our international allies,… Read more
Being a Republican is declaring membership in and allegiance to a political party. And the Republican Party has completely abandoned any pretense of being anything other than an apparatus dedicated to Trump. It didn’t even have a party platform this year. So I’m sorry it hurts, but this is no longer a question of… Read more
No, sorry. You can call yourself a conservative, or an “economic conservative, social liberal,” or however else you want to parse it, but if, after the last 15 years (26, really, at least), you still claim the mantle of “Republican,” you are indeed an asshole. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I always feel like it’s being raised in a way or in a community that’s so insulated that you never question beliefs, and then are terrified by the prospect of that way of life being wrong or not being like that forever. I was raised in a devoutly Evangelical southern baptist household that was also devoutly… Read more