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2013-01-04 10:49:05 PM

what_now: actualhuman: but but but town council meetings? You practically need a sub-room-temperature IQ just to stay awake.

Then run for office. What the hell is stopping you?


I would love to, but at the moment my platform consists of "I can not possibly fark this up worse than you already have."
 
2013-01-04 10:49:41 PM

keylock71: macadamnut: Glenford: Try Freep Impact

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"far-right extremist"


I really don't understand this term. I define 'right' as conservative, capitalist. I define 'left' as big government socialist.

Hitler, Stalin are far left. Skinheads who support Hitler's goals are far left, but called far right.

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It's common for delusional right-wing clowns to say fascists and other racist, xenophobic hate groups are really left wing groups.

Yeah, I don't get it either...


I think they're thrown of by the "socialist" in "national-socialist".
 
2013-01-05 02:03:37 AM

RINO: I think they're thrown of by the "socialist" in "national-socialist".


I think that they are uneducated mouth-breathing cretins. When presented with rational thoughts, they react as if you are trying to make them eat lima beans and brussels sprouts
 
2013-01-05 10:00:33 AM

actualhuman: Though, now that I think about it, the average Maine state congressman represents a little less than 9000 people it would be pretty easy to run for state house if I knew a few of the right sort of people.

/Actually a friend's dad ran for state house in a heavily Republican rural district, mostly just to get his name out there for another year, and barely got 15% of the vote but that was in 2010.


If you have the time and inclination (and correct party affiliation) it's not super hard to get elected at the local level. My state rep district is small enough that a candidate can go around knocking on doors.
 
2013-01-05 10:41:37 AM

macadamnut: Glenford: Try Freep Impact

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"far-right extremist"


I really don't understand this term. I define 'right' as conservative, capitalist. I define 'left' as big government socialist.

Hitler, Stalin are far left. Skinheads who support Hitler's goals are far left, but called far right.

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See, I think this is crazier:

It is cold, it is unthinkable to contemplate as a mother of three, but in fifteen years what Breivik did may allow Norwegians to cast off the shackles of leftism when there are not enough elite leftist youth moving into leadership.
 
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