posted ago by Ahaus667 ago by Ahaus667 +59 / -2

This is the bark and no bite we see time after time. When kneeling in the NFL hit its hay day not one conservative pushed a measure to eliminate government funding for the NFL, or even stop the military from paying the NFL to kneel during the national anthem. The current events with the MLB are the same, why are we paying for their stadiums so they can virtue signal? We need men of action, not men of Twitter.

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DeclineOfTheWest 21 points ago +21 / -0

Any Republican who would actually be in a position to do something is a uniparty stooge.

Taking back the republican party at the local level and letting it flow upward is the only option.

We also don’t need conservatives in office; today’s conservatives are just yesterday’s liberals, always looking to try to harken back to the days of their upbringing. We need patriots and hard line right wingers in positions of power.

MargarineMongoose 9 points ago +9 / -0

Revanchism. Reclaim the lost ground.

Tourgen 3 points ago +3 / -0

I respect your optimism. I hope you are right, and we have the ability to make changes at the local level. I believe there are too many communal-thinking parasites at even the local level. I'm working my plan to get out and away but it may be too late even for that.

HisHolyMajesty2 -1 points ago +2 / -3

Seems to be what the Republicans are doing at the moment, coupled with primarying out Neocons. Indeed, the loss of 2020 may end up as the impetus for the Republican Party to become stronger than ever.

Once again, in the long run, lefties can only score own goals.

NihilistCaregiver 15 points ago +15 / -0

This episode of Michael Malice interviewing Justin Amash is worth watching, even if you despise how much of a cuck Amash is.


Amash explains that the entire federal government is just a big charade.

GoofTroop186 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ooooh. I’m going to listen to this at work tomorrow

Galean 10 points ago +11 / -1

Republicans are disappointing, they are the equivalent of a stern letter. Even Trump, he did more then any republican would have done in his place but did not manage to do anything significant.

Adamrises 11 points ago +12 / -1

Honestly I feel like if Trump wasn't the only one trying to do things, he probably would have gotten a lot more done. Much of his time was lost by trusting other Republicans and those around him to want to help him, and then they betray or stall or do the barest minimum with it.

I think that was his biggest failure. Having faith in his fellow man.

OBRIENMUSTSUFFER 9 points ago +9 / -0

We can’t use our political power to stop our enemies from destroying everything we care about, that would be immoral!

J_Darnley 8 points ago +8 / -0

I think I saw a screenshot somewhere for a headline that the state in question (Georgia was it?) has a bill to remove a tax break from the league. If that's true then that is the start of some action.

I will try to find it again.

Ricwulf 4 points ago +4 / -0

To be fair, some have pushed back a little.

That said, applaud actions, not words. Talk is easy but can be walked back. When actions are done, that's when it matters.

ProdigalPlaneswalker 4 points ago +4 / -0

Seeing excitement over their empty lamentations, it's like people forgot how the certification voting went down on January 6th.

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