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Also by Miss_Courage_Wolf+543If you're so big you take up two seats on an airplane, you should have to pay for two seats; it's not discrimination, it's common sense, amirite?
Also about Politics-162In Philadelphia on presidential election night 2020, when they started covering up windows to prevent outsiders from viewing what actually was going on, you simply imagined that because that actually never happened, amirite?
Also by Miss_Courage_Wolf+18Some movies are so bad, they're hilariously good, amirite?
Also by Miss_Courage_Wolf-3If it's under ten pounds, it can't be considered a dog, amirite?
Also about Politics-177The Anglican church will be completely irrelevant within one to two generations and serves nothing more than simply a photo op whenever the Royals are in public, amirite?
Also about Politics-139The true reason why the hoity toits hate Donald Trump is not because he's orange, or that he said a naughty on a bus, or he made a mean tweet. The true reason they hate Donald Trump is because he is shaking up the establishment in D.C. of which he is not a part. And the masses just sit there waiting for the next excuse to hate Trump like a bunch of sheep, amirite?
You can usually tell a person's party by their beliefs/policies/plans.
True. As long as they didn't exaggerate the fact that they were against abortion or for gay marriage or whatever policy it might be to try and indicate which party they were running for, it'd be okay.
Yea, but in most of the popular debate topics, the parties have taken a side
I think that that's the problem with American politics today; it's not the candidate's beliefs that are represented but the party's. So many people vote because someone is labeled as one party or the other.
Yes, that is a problem. Candidates have to take up all of the party's beliefs, otherwise they won't be nominated by that party. I mean, you haven't seen an Independent winning a presidential race.
Nope. It's a shame...
Isn't that how it was supossed to be like when we founded the country?
It would also be beneficial if people didn't know what the person looked like. Some race or gender shouldn't matter in your decision. It should be what they believe
No, we should vote on our beliefs and the president would be elected from that.