HomeLatest ThreadsGreatest ThreadsForums & GroupsMy SubscriptionsMy Posts
DU Home » Latest Threads » Forums & Groups » Main » General Discussion (Forum) » Why the Parkland students... » Reply #17

Response to DonViejo (Original post)

Wed Feb 21, 2018, 06:01 PM

17. I personally think

They are afraid, very very afraid.
They know some of these kids will be voting in the midterms and more in the general election.
They know that unless something drastic happens these kids and I am including all those across the country who sympathise with them, will never vote Republican. Ever again.
They have been shot at, traumatised, and told, in essence, their lives don't matter. Why would they ever vote for the people who allowed that to happen?

And this campaign says alot about republicans. They are bullies, pure and simple. They like Trump because they are Trump. They are bullies because they want what they want when they want it. They don't care about kids unless they are preborn. Anybody that tells you different is lying. Becuse anybody that cares about kids would CARE if they are being slaughtered in school.
They are despicable.

Reply to this post

Back to OP Alert abuse Link to post in-thread

Always highlight: 10 newest replies | Replies posted after I mark a forum
Replies to this discussion thread
Arrow 28 replies Author Time Post
DonViejo Feb 2018 OP
Eliot Rosewater Feb 2018 #1
Demsrule86 Feb 2018 #11
rainin Feb 2018 #12
Bernardo de La Paz Feb 2018 #16
Cha Feb 2018 #22
gratuitous Feb 2018 #26
njhoneybadger Feb 2018 #28
G_j Feb 2018 #2
Guy Whitey Corngood Feb 2018 #3
Cha Feb 2018 #23
GusBob Feb 2018 #4
dewsgirl Feb 2018 #6
ffr Feb 2018 #9
Skittles Feb 2018 #21
bronxiteforever Feb 2018 #5
magicarpet Feb 2018 #7
liberalhistorian Feb 2018 #8
TNNurse Feb 2018 #10
Mc Mike Feb 2018 #13
ALBliberal Feb 2018 #24
Mc Mike Feb 2018 #25
ToxMarz Feb 2018 #14
ananda Feb 2018 #15
LineReply I personally think
mgardener Feb 2018 #17
Sam McGee Feb 2018 #18
Pepsidog Feb 2018 #19
LastLiberal in PalmSprings Feb 2018 #20
appleannie1943 Feb 2018 #27
Please login to view edit histories.