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    Quote Originally Posted by marquee moon View Post
    So do the Pubs
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by marquee moon View Post
    Because the Dems care sooooo much about people of color?
    If Republicans are so concerned about the self-determination of POC, then why do they go out of their way to prevent so many of them from voting?

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    Lol, that's extra dumb. What is the world coming to?

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    This idiot was governor of a state for 8 years.

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    Holy shit, that's horrifying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avalon View Post
    Another stable genius in the Republican Party.

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    Kentucky Governor Calls Special Session to Go After Teacher Pensions Again

    This “lame duck” period between the midterm elections and the beginning of the new year has already featured multiple Republican candidates for the role of Grinch. Kentucky governor Matt Bevin put in his audition yesterday by calling an instant pre-Christmas special session of the state legislature in order to cut public employee pensions. He waited until 4 p.m. local time to issue his call for a session to begin at 8 p.m. Monday, which didn’t give some legislators from the Western part of the state time to get there, even if they were waiting by their cars with bags packed.

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    Utah GOP shrinks Medicaid expansion, defying voters

    Utah Gov. Gary Herbert on Monday signed legislation adopting a limited expansion of the state’s Medicaid program, defying voters who in November approved the full Obamacare program through the ballot.

    Under the new GOP-written plan, Utah will ask the Trump administration for permission to implement unprecedented restrictions on the health coverage program for the poor, while insuring about 60,000 fewer people than the Obamacare expansion would have and initially costing the state tens of millions of dollars more.

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    That’s what happens when voters support Democrat ideals based on their religion but they’re locked into Republican politics based on their religion.

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    Tens of millions of dollars more to cover 60,000 fewer people in defiance of the people to suck it to the libs!

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    Well are those 60,000 the right people or wrong people to harm?

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