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Facebook deletes new Lara Trump Interview of President Trump. Is it really 1984?

colfax_m

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What? You think Democrats will vote against it? They loves them some state control of, well, anything.
Democrats want almost the exact opposite of conservatives here.

Conservatives want social media to carry their bullshit. Liberals want social media to take it down. There’s no way a bill gets crafted that does both.
 

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Amazing how you cultists view of private property change, depending on the context.
Its fucking pathetic how inconsistent America is.
You mean like leaving it up to the owner of that property to determine it's usage, as long as they don't discriminate.
Like telling abortion clinics they have to provide mandated counseling designed to dissuade individuals.
 

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Oh, so what youre saying is, it is now impossible to pass Bills? Your child like thoughts are amusing to me. :laugh:
Go ahead and explain why any Democrat would vote for this particular bill.
 

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Who wants government to protect FaceBook and Twitter?

Thats your side not mine
We don't want to protect facebook. But we do want to protect private property, where as long as they don't discriminate, they can set their own TOS, that they determine in their best interest.
 

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Let me know when you get a filibuster proof majority in the Senate.

I don't think republicans even remember how to govern. They have been the party of opposition for so long, they have to go back to the last century to find their soul.
 

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Conservatives want social media to carry their bullshit. Liberals want social media to take it down. There’s no way a bill gets crafted that does both.

Interesting fact, the fairness doctrine and equal time rule. It was taken down during the Reagan administration, because it prevented showing old Ronald Reagan movies leading up to election day.
 

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Most conservatives own or work for small business
Well, then stop supporting politicians who keep bending over backwards for huge corporations.
Those damn corporations. How dare they fund this huge, unaccountable, and bankrupt government. Let's see how long you government worshippers last without those taxpayers working for those damn corporations.
 

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Oh, so what youre saying is, it is now impossible to pass Bills? Your child like thoughts are amusing to me. :laugh:
Republicans were great as passing bills to overturn obama-care.
 

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Republicans were great as passing bills to overturn obama-care.
Republicans never wanted to overturn ACA. The love power as much as Democrats.
You wouldn't know that by the number of bills they passed to overturn, reduce, regulate, or curtail the affordable care act.

Newsweek "found at least 70 Republican-led attempts to repeal, modify or otherwise curb the Affordable Care Act since its inception as law on March 23, 2010
 

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Republicans were great as passing bills to overturn obama-care.
Republicans never wanted to overturn ACA. The love power as much as Democrats.
You wouldn't know that by the number of bills they passed to overturn, reduce, regulate, or curtail the affordable care act.

Newsweek "found at least 70 Republican-led attempts to repeal, modify or otherwise curb the Affordable Care Act since its inception as law on March 23, 2010

They made an entire campaign of repealing it. But once elected, they didn't even try. They tweaked it to suit their own agenda and to reward their constituents. They didn't repeal it. They never really wanted to.
 

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