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Name: Scott Hulina
Gender: Male
Hometown: Lisle
Home country: USA
Member since: Mon Aug 6, 2018, 05:16 PM
Number of posts: 638

About Me

I became political early in life once I lost my brother early in life. Since then I have tried to ease that pain by helping myself through helping others. I volunteered at a food pantry for about a year and work currently as an accountant. I voted for President Obama once in 2012, Bernie Sanders in the primary in 2016 and Hillary Clinton in the general. I have great pride in all of these candidates and votes and didn't vote for Senator Obama in 2008 because I was ineligible to vote by a month and a few days. I have also voted down ballot for democrats in every election except for one local candidate once in 2010 because he was my baseball coach but since has turned into a tea bagger. I recently joined the democratic socialists of america and love AOC bernie and democrats in general. Mostly I just want to say hi as well since I'm new here and hope to be apart of a great community.

Journal Archives

Rumor: Colin Kaepernick may get signed by the Jaguars


This is an article from Sports Illustrated. The Islamic owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars commented before the start of last year's regular season that he would be open to signing Kaepernick if his starter faltered that year. Fast forward to this afternoon when the jaguars lost to the Houston Texans, the Jaguars benched their quarterback Blake Bortles for Case Keenum opening an interesting question mark for the next week. The Jaguars might be needing someone who runs well and doesn't throw interceptions. Kaepernick does both. In fact Kaepernick has the 2nd lowest interception rate in league history. So the question might be why not the Jaguars give Kaepernick a chance?

I say that they should try it out and sign him at least to be their backup. This would allow the team to give Bortles a 2nd chance while Kaepernick learns the system. This would also be a huge PR boost to the NFL and a huge rebuke to the sitting occupant of the Oval Office who famously called Kaepernick a "son of a bitch" at a rally in September of 2017.
Posted by ZeroSomeBrains | Sun Oct 21, 2018, 08:24 PM (6 replies)

Support for Christine Blasey Ford

It took a lot of courage to come forward and to share her story to the whole world. She recognized that she would probably just be ignored by the Republicans in the US Senate and unfortunately she was right. But her strength should not be forgotten.

She took a lot of hate and anger from the Republicans but helped bring to light other individuals stories of the judge that may not have been told without her. As a fellow male, I am ashamed of what those of my gender have done and said. As a fellow sex assault victim I am so proud of her. Let's not forget what she went through to get us to this point. Let's not allow our pain in this moment overshadow what she did. I will never forgive these people who voted for kavanaugh but I will never forget her and the others who spoke out.

PS- Sorry for misspealing her name in a previous thread I started. No disrespect was intended.

Posted by ZeroSomeBrains | Fri Oct 5, 2018, 08:27 PM (1 replies)
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