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Bad Supreme Court rulings can get reversed, but sometimes it takes a generation.
Isn’t ruling a law unconstitutional something that conservatives hate, being somehow against the mandate of the court system?
A lot of people live a lifetime without understanding this. But it’s also possible they can’t be bothered to think about it for hours over that lifetime either, much less in a day.
libsmasher, you didn’t see the sarcasm in the comic because you’re neck-deep in your own ideology.
Also, poor people don’t vote very differently than middle-class and the rich. It’s best not to trot out those tropes.
I won’t provide a link, but a search for “do the poor vote democrat or republican” shows several stories that disprove that trope.
TheGunrunnerRimbaud, your comments strike me as deranged.
Yeah, I bet most of them are good people. However, as a group they have a reputation for getting away with murder, because enough of them do, because the bad ones aren’t held accountable.
If pro athletes players want to improve their reputation, they should push for the convictions of the bad actors in their own ranks. They have a bad reputation in part because they get away scot-free for their misdeeds. If the bad actors are punished properly, there’s a chance they’d clean up their act.