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Okay, let's unpack that somewhat.
Firstly, you use the terms regressive, militant, and radical with regards to a "left". As an opening gambit, this appears somewhat of a pot calling a kettle black. Surely, as implied, you believe yourself to be "better"? I'll give you...
Now that we're down to the last six-and-a-bit months of the U.S. presidential election cycle, how do you feel about the policies proposed by the final five candidates?
How do you think each would deal with the issues most likely to be theirs to solve?
Who is most likely to win, and is that who...
Really interesting article, thought I'd share it.
I'd love to read a book on the so-called conservatives in America and their constant state of utter bonker. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
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It's pretty neat, actually. Definitely worth trying out if you've always wanted to organise your inbox with tags, filters, and what-have-you but couldn't be arsed.
First come, first serve.
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Haha! Oh wow.
I think I need a Doctor facepalming. Hang on.
There we are.
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