|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Can I just point out she thought it was a good idea to film this, and then put it on Youtube.
If Hillary had won, and this submission was about a Trump mother throwing her children out on the streets, would this video get hate-starred?
EH, you're not even trying any more.
I'm guessing the answer is "no", but I'd like to give you the benefit of the doubt.
why doesn't Obama just filibuster the electoral college
it's evil and stupid and belongs here.
Lighten up peeps, we got 4 years to go.
But yeah, my stars are for evil parenting.
Kid's going to be a life long Trump supporter now.
Ooof. That was painful
Be sure to use the right waste container.
He's a kid, of course he likes Trump more. Hillary was as boring as they come. Trump on the other hand is in the WWE Hall of Fame.
|Maggot Brain |
I got a good laugh from "we don't do Trump here."
My Facebook friends are all proudly donating to Planned Parenthood and posting about their good deed. I guess it's to avoid situations like this.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Maybe this is actually viral marketing for the next Madea movie?
|Oscar Wildcat |
That was pretty hilarious. This little boy is a great many Republican moderates right now. And no, mommy isn't going to fix things and make it better. You've got to own it now.
So now that marginalized groups are likely to be attacked fairly frequently -- sorry RoUS, that doesn't just mean the niggers, it also means you faggots -- here is a guide to how you can intercede if you see a bigot abusing a marginalized person of whatever type.
Surprisingly enough, you don't engage the attacker at all, instead you strike up a conversation with the victim and box the attacker out. Then once he realizes he's not getting anywhere, escort the victim to safety or otherwise do whatever they need to feel safe.
I'm surprised Bort isn't on suicide watch after the election results
Bort is already moving on to trying to do some good where it can be done.
If you didn't vote for Hillary, though, the mess of the next four years is partially yours, and if you have a functioning conscience that will trouble you.
The battle on Election Day is determined by voters, and what we tried to explain to you and yours all along still held: even if Hillary is flawed, letting Trump control the Oval Office is a completely unacceptable outcome. Everyone with any sense -- including Sanders -- urged you to vote for Hillary. You chose not to.
Trump is on your hands, not mine.
There's no reason to do this, and there's no cause for people to be beaten up for voting for Trump. Nor is there much reason to riot and break car windows because Trump was elected in a legitimate presidential election.
In fairness, it wasn't remotely "legitimate." The GOP had spent a long time formulating methods for voter suppression and it basically paid off big in this election. Purging voter rolls in predominately black districts. Basically the GOP prevented the demographics least likely to vote for them from being able to vote. People who want to pretend Trump's campaign had nothing to do with fascism can keep up that pretense, but smart people know better.
Trump fared better with African-Americans than any other GOP candidate in recent memory. His ascension was not whitelash.
I didn't vote for the guy and am proud to have voted for Jill.
Not the worst mother I've ever seen on Youtube, but pretty far up the list.
Even if your child's choice of a candidate in a mock election conflicted with your believes and this was your own shitty way of "correcting" that and instilling your own beliefs in the child, still fuck you for recording it and putting it online for the world to see.
Although I'm guessing she really doesn't care THAT much about what her naive child thinks and just wanted to be the next epic viral video star.
Almost more depressing than the election results. That's worth 5!
What Shoebox Joe lacks in being any kind of a non-shit human being, he makes up for with being completely wrong ^_^
When I was a kid we had a mock election at my elementary school. My knowledge of politics came from dinner table talks between my Republican parents.
Came home from school, parents asked who I 'voted' for. "Bill Clinton." "Why?" "Because he's gonna raise our taxes!"
"Raise!" had an edgy connotation in my numb kid brain. Even know it sounds better than "lower" or "keep the same."
My parents laughed about it and repeated the story to their friends. You know, as opposed to throwing me out into a November cold front and home videoing my tears.
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