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How Do You Feel About Living In A Time When History Is Being Made?Page Title Module
<img src="images/misc/quote_icon.png" alt="Quote" /> Originally Posted by <strong>Luigi</strong>
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<div class="message">Jesus probably doesn't love everyone, especially assholes. He probably wants to punch them but He won't. That's what makes him Jesus.</div>
<img src="images/misc/quote_icon.png" alt="Quote" /> Originally Posted by <strong>GuitarNoobie</strong>
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<div class="message">...we should be talking about the national debt, the number of incarcerated citizens in this country(the prison industrial complex), the military industrial complex, the so called war on drugs and corporations/banks that are running over people and buying our politicians...</div>
Malcolm Ramone wrote: I think change is good, there just hasn't been enough, i.e. campaign finance reform, holding Wall St. accountable, ending the filibuster, Citizens United, and corporate welfare! -ADam
Even electing Hillary will put some sanity back in the government. Right now I feel another California coming on. I love Californians but their political leaders are the worst of the face of the planet.
No matter how you voted, how do you feel about living in a time when the first African American president was elected?
I was part of history....I voted for him...Twice.
Yep, same here. I have no illusions about my political views ever being represented in this varying-shades-of-red-conservative-quagmire of a country. Add to that, I grew up in a place and time of pervasive racism.
I NEVER thought I'd live to see a black man serve as President. Color me surprised as hell. Pleasantly.