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H2O Man

(73,776 posts)
3. Recommended.
Sat Sep 25, 2021, 10:37 AM
Sep 2021

I agree completely. It's as if there is a large family, with numerous violent drunks, saying, "That ain't who we are as a family."

Indeed! We love to say "We just don't do that here!"... Wounded Bear Sep 2021 #1
The pandemic emergency has revealed our national character. Irish_Dem Sep 2021 #2
Good, bad, ugly & willfully ignorant! Dustlawyer Sep 2021 #18
Recommended. H2O Man Sep 2021 #3
Why the forgetting that a majority of Americans are much better? Hortensis Sep 2021 #4
Less than half the eligible voters vote leftstreet Sep 2021 #5
Not voting doesn't get them off the hook. Salviati Sep 2021 #15
C O R R E C T ! Cosmocat Sep 2021 #25
Roughly the same proportions as in revolutionary times. Hortensis Sep 2021 #34
Yes ugly and loud too. Just because the ugly loud people get the press... LakeArenal Sep 2021 #6
My negative imaginings must be related to the fact that I live in Texas Horse with no Name Sep 2021 #7
But our institutions allow that loud minority to control the country Freddie Sep 2021 #8
You hit the nail on the head Mysterian Sep 2021 #11
RW forces of evil, and I believe that's a valid decription, have been Hortensis Sep 2021 #16
This☝️ I_UndergroundPanther Sep 2021 #23
This message was self-deleted by its author Rebl2 Sep 2021 #19
:) Oh brother? Stand back and look beyond this "the sky already fell" Hortensis Sep 2021 #24
And yet, we see overt racism is alive and well, institutional racism is worse than ever, PatrickforB Sep 2021 #17
:) How does an economist measure every glass as dirty and Hortensis Sep 2021 #28
I have a really good job and have worked there for over 30 years. PatrickforB Sep 2021 #38
Well, I guess it explains your attitude. I'm sorry you've been Hortensis Sep 2021 #39
Yeah, I hear that. I really felt sorry for Hillary in the early 90s. PatrickforB Sep 2021 #40
And then I get...quietly enraged. I try to be realistic, Patrick, to accept that Hortensis Sep 2021 #42
americans just need to stop ignoring 1500 coordinated radio stations certainot Sep 2021 #33
i agree. ignoring talk radio continues to be the biggest political mistake in history. much of certainot Sep 2021 #30
"You are what your record says you are." - Bill Parcells Grins Sep 2021 #9
Depends on who or what constitutes "we as a nation." Ocelot II Sep 2021 #10
+1000 paleotn Sep 2021 #22
"Men and nations behave wisely when they have exhausted all other resources." pecosbob Sep 2021 #12
Well, maybe. We can certainly hope for that before these Dem assholes run out of time. calimary Sep 2021 #35
It makes me gag as does "only in America" nonsense grantcart Sep 2021 #13
See also: "Those aren't Christians" nt Gore1FL Sep 2021 #14
Who are "we" anyway? In reality, we're a conglomeration of different peoples.... paleotn Sep 2021 #20
It's who we have, in many ways, become dlk Sep 2021 #21
It is, as Stephen King might put it, the dark half peppertree Sep 2021 #26
Amusing? How about frustrating and nauseating? dchill Sep 2021 #27
I've stopped being amused by those statements. halfulglas Sep 2021 #29
It bugs me a bit too, but I guess you have to think of it as an aspirational declaration... Silent3 Sep 2021 #31
Beyonce PSPS Sep 2021 #32
Death cult, war profiteering, seditionist, science denying, racist hillbilly, predatory insurance traitorsgalore Sep 2021 #36
We are better than that some say pwb Sep 2021 #37
This nation was built on slavery and genocide. KentuckyWoman Sep 2021 #41
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