Talk of packing the court is perhaps premature… Republican President and Senate.
Truly very sad.
I was sure we were headed for “its the leach I could do.”
Totally agree with H.the.Duck comment.
Ted’s illustrations relate to Slavery, native American genocide and the Japanese internment camps of WWII. That said, convicted criminals of serious crimes should still be allowed visitation with family members, incarceration in a local that allows for visitation. Capital flows pretty freely across borders these days. With climate change, wars, natural disasters and such provision needs to be made, worldwide, for the movement of humans.
Well, my choice has been to actively participate by voting.
My comment was simply that, effectively, not voting is a statement of “something.” Be it indifference, unhappiness with the options, whatever… it affects the results of the process and is in a sense a vote.
This is opinion, but I think folks who chose not to vote put Tr*mp in office.
Then there is voter suppression. An indication of the power of “not voting” in a different vein.
I appreciate Ted Rall’s take on this stuff.
Voter suppression includes gerrymandering, and barriers to registration, purges of the voting lists and more.
The system is quite broken, still I participate, actively. To do otherwise would be a “vote” of another sort.
Not voting is a vote…
Well if it had been a Harvey Weinstein production and an attractive female lawyer…
Could it be an out of control Kama bear (as in Kama Sutra?).
Attire is something that neither Goat or Pig seem to have.