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    Yesterday, 07:55 PM
    Is this an excuse for him doing what we all guessed he would be doing?
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    Yesterday, 04:47 PM
    AP? Find this on a reputable source like Infowars.
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    Yesterday, 04:43 PM
    It just permanently moved to the White House.
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    05-18-2017, 05:39 AM
    Before you start putting all your stuff in mp3, FLAC and Opus have always been free and have more future potential.
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    05-17-2017, 06:46 PM
    Taking on that deep state by putting one neocon in power after another in 4 dimensional chess :toady: http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/trump-considering-joe-lieberman-fbi-director-spicer-n761151
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    05-14-2017, 01:24 AM
    Boycotting the elections seems like something that ensures that the anti-liberty party duopoly will continue to reign supreme. In fact it makes me wonder how many people who suggest this idea are actually honest people, or trolls trying to quash the resistance against what is essentially a one-party stranglehold on Washington DC. The reason why boycott can be an effective protest is that it hurts people you disapprove of in profit. It's a good free market libertarian way to exercise power you have through your free choice, no offensive force involved. In a libertarian society with less regulated corporations, that would be one of the major checks on companies harmful to the collective. The "collective" word may sound scary but it isn't collecitiv-ism, it's just individuals choosing to use their money essentially as speech. But the key here is that financial boycott has a mechanism for bringing about change. "Boycotting" the vote just makes the people you are supposed to be protesting smile. Who do you think is happy when D + R adds up to 99%? The very people you are trying to protest! Hand in a blank ballot, write-in your neighbor, whatever, vote third party, whatever. Any of that is better strategically than staying home, unless you like our two party-system as it is. I would suggest voting for the most popular 3rd party in every election you could, just to create an opening for something that isn't D or R. But you may have a different opinion, whatever. Just don't stay home.
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    04-27-2017, 01:05 AM
    Real men show what real men they are by voting for authoritarian orange "real men" to protect them.
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Authoritarianism and neoconservatism cannot be made great again.
Trump was an enemy of Ron Paul, before he was an enemy of Rand Paul, before he was an enemy of the Freedom Caucus.
One thing that he has remained consistent in is his hate of liberty and those who promote it.


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