HomeLatest ThreadsGreatest ThreadsForums & GroupsMy SubscriptionsMy Posts
DU Home » Latest Threads » ZeroSomeBrains » Journal
Page: 1

ZeroSomeBrains

Profile Information

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

Immigrants are capable of melting through fences I guess

I was just watching Chris Hayes on MSNBC and they had some mouth breathing moron congressman talk about the wall. He claimed that refugees can literally melt through the border. They've got superhuman powers now I guess.
Posted by ZeroSomeBrains | Thu Dec 27, 2018, 08:32 PM (5 replies)

Are Theresa May's Days Numbered as Prime Minister

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/12/05/uk/brexit-vote-theresa-may-analysis-intl/index.html

As AMLO in Mexico begins to start his term and the Democrats are planning their first moves in a little over a month as the majority in the House, it begs the question. Where else is the left winning around the world? With Theresa May's repudiation by the House of Commons yesterday there is a growing question of when not if she resigns once Brexit negotiations officially fail next week like is expected. This will likely trigger a new election with Jeremy Corbyn as the front-runner going in.

So my question to my fellow DU'ers is how excited are you with the western alliance seemingly coming back together after it was damaged by the election of Trump and Brexit in the UK? Are you confident or has Bolsonaro's victory in Brazil given you more trepidation about the future?
Posted by ZeroSomeBrains | Wed Dec 5, 2018, 04:35 PM (22 replies)
Go to Page: 1