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posted ago by TheImpossible1 ago by TheImpossible1 +23 / -2

Mine has always been open support of feminism, and it still is, mainly because even if they say they won't force the vax, they can't be trusted.

Still, the vaccine is my main concern other than that.

I wonder if everyone else now considers supporting the Covid vax a red line.

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TacticalRacism 21 points ago +21 / -0

I don't support any of them, not anymore after repeated lockdowns. There word is worth less than nothing.

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TheImpossible1 [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

I'm so sick of being forced to shut everything down to protect people scared of their own shadow.

My investments don't like it, my mental health doesn't like it, my physical health doesn't like it.

Can someone actually explain how lockdowns help anything at this point? Zero Covid isn't possible. You've had two fucking years to prepare for another wave. How much longer do you need?

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dagthegnome 10 points ago +10 / -0

It's not about protecting people anymore: it's about protecting feelings. These people will insist that every freedom you have be taken from you if it makes them feel safer, and for that same reason, they will never admit they were wrong about any of this. They'd rather let the world burn down than admit to themselves they were wrong, because that would make them feel bad.

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Smith1980 17 points ago +17 / -0

Well I won’t vote for anyone who is part of the Covid hysteria posse, pushes the “everything is racist” nonsense, or advocates for free stuff.

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TheImpossible1 [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

What if someone was extremely anti-vaccine but leftist in every other way?

That's kind of what I'm wondering - has the old culture war died now we have the Branch Covidians to deal with?

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Smith1980 6 points ago +6 / -0

Probably not. I lean more conservative. Just not a fan of people who think the government is going to solve all problems. But not being a branch Covidian gives him/her points in my book.

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derek20la 12 points ago +12 / -0

If the candidate has dual-citizenship, and dual-loyalties, that is a hard no for me.

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TheImpossible1 [S] 3 points ago +4 / -1

So...

If the candidate is Jewish, basically, because they all are entitled to Israeli citizenship.

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almond_activator 1 point ago +1 / -0

There are other citizenships they could (and have) actively pursued, and it is possible to repudiate the so-called "right of return".

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ArtemisFoul 9 points ago +9 / -0

I wonder if everyone else now considers supporting the Covid vax a red line.

Yeah, I definitely do. Right now this is the most pressing matter as well as the worst violation of human rights I've lived through (so far...). We're literally less free than we were under communism.

Thankfully my choice in this fall's election was easy, because the party I supported even long before - basically libertarians - didn't fail and has been consistently anti-mandate and anti-lockdown since the beginning. (Less thankfully, they got under 3% of the vote and no seats, but I'm kinda used to that.)

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Ricwulf 7 points ago +8 / -1

supporting a politician

You'll never find one. Because politicians, regardless of their rhetoric, can never be trusted. Even their actions cannot be trusted. Case in point, how many times has Ted Cruz verbally "destroyed" various social media heads? Jack Dorsey and Zuckerberg have both faced it, but what actually happened from that? Nothing.

Even the "good" politicians are useless twats, being nothing more than performative display to keep some people appeased.

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TheImpossible1 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Case in point, how many times has Ted Cruz verbally "destroyed" various social media heads?

Tim Sweeney and his Tencent bucks did more to take down Google in 2 months than the Republicans did in 4 years.

#FreeFortnite

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Iztac 7 points ago +7 / -0

I don't support politicians. I've voted once and it was just to inflate the numbers of someone the state media constantly called a nazi.

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Ahaus667 7 points ago +7 / -0

Any party affiliations and if they’re a lawyer.

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TheImpossible1 [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

Aren't all politicians party affiliated?

Why no lawyers?

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Ahaus667 7 points ago +7 / -0

No, independent running is available and frankly should be the most supported. Lawyers/ law degrees make up the vast majority of politicians. I don’t think anyone could name a good president that had a law degree in the past century, if not longer.

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TheImpossible1 [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

Has an independent won anything in the last 20 years?

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Unknownsailor 5 points ago +5 / -0

Trump was nominally a Republican, but he won the nomination despite the RNC, and came from outside the usual establishment pecking order. In many ways, Trump was, and still is, an outsider, he just took on the Republican label out of convenience.

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Ahaus667 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bernie runs as an independent technically.

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almond_activator 1 point ago +1 / -0

He switched to Democrat because the DNC wouldn't let him on the primary ballots otherwise.

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Piroko 7 points ago +7 / -0

I voted against Romney because he thought horse parking was a more worthy Olympic sport than wrestling.

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NihilistCaregiver 6 points ago +6 / -0

Show me the politician who has the magic button to blow up the earth, and a willingess to push that button, and they have my full support.

To act like the cure to broken politics is more politics is pure insanity.

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AbleistSL 5 points ago +5 / -0

Every issue that is relevant to me:

  • Doing something to put a likely gruesome end to islam, the globalist conspirators, and the regressive left.

  • Taking extreme measures to protect our citizens aboard, which will likely mean military incursions unauthorized by local governments.

  • Rolling back our gun laws to our pre 90's state while giving people with my ideology an opening to get heavier oderince.

  • Removing all weapon restrictions for melee and less-lethal weaponry.

  • expanding transparency regarding the enforcement of our laws.

  • Rolling back our hate speech laws to prevent abuse by extremists while explicitly including whites and men in the legal definition of hate speech.

  • Ending legal recognition of gender identity in canada while classifying "alt-identites" as extremist behavior and a mental illness.

  • Instead of the Nordic Model, we should switch to a detain and interrogate model for dealing with prostitution.

  • Ban extramarital relations to fix the dating pool by forcing women to date around and then hitch up in order to legally get laid, with the only defenses being marital registration problems and declaring rape. Also classify cuckoldry as extramarital relations for the watcher.

  • Enact aggressive regulations for the live action porn industry.

  • Enact aggressive regulations to target malvertising.

  • Bringing back mental institutions.

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wuhan_2020_tour 5 points ago +5 / -0

Immigration. Economic devastation can be recovered from, oppressive laws can be repealed, hollowed-out cities can be rebuilt, but if western countries are demographically absorbed into the Third World, the change is all but permanent, and additionally we'll have factions of squabbling ethnic groups.

To be sure, plenty of other causes are upstream. E.g., if CRT is taught in schools, a generation of young people will push for open borders because they believe white people are evil. Similarly, the war on free speech and tech censorship is making it harder to organize opposition to destructive policies. And prosecutions of any defending themselves and abridgement of gun rights thwarts local resistance. In short, a totalitarian state can force on us what the elite wants, which is the destruction of civilization.

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MK-13 5 points ago +5 / -0

If they push any kind of policy that goes against individual freedom, private property, self defense laws, it's always a no for those fuckers.

But one of the most important things, that maybe people don't care that much... is language... if they speak with woke words... don't matter how good are those shit they push, i don't vote for them.

Becuase if they can't see the culture war and are talking like the enemy, they are not really useful... and i can't trust them... you can't fight a culture war if the langauge you are using, is full of falsehood and conditioning people to accept terms of the enemy and the ideas of those terms subconsciously.

The term "transgender" for example, is not designed to trick people to think that humans can change their biological sex... no, is designed to trick people to separate biology from sexuality... if you use that term, you recognize that gender is a separate thing from biology in your mind, and that is not true.

Call them whatever the fuck you want, but don't use words that are accepting lies and are words of the enemy.

After reading 1984, and reading a lot more about how langauge affects the general population, how authoritarians design langauge to serve their purpose and control the ideas of the people, is probably one of the most important things to notice, because words are one of the most fundamental weapons they use.

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Unknownsailor 4 points ago +4 / -0

Words are the first tool they use, and altering language is a hallmark of Communist subversion.

Commies have altered language since the 1920s.

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UrTVisLying2U 4 points ago +4 / -0

OP, did you mean to put "support" and "politician" in the same sentence?

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send_it 3 points ago +3 / -0

Which color should a wolf's fur be for you to allow them into the sheep den?

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ThrowawyASAP 3 points ago +3 / -0

Are they pro-white?

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TentElephant 3 points ago +3 / -0

He needs to end democracy, expropriate the ruling elite, crush the corporate media, abolish NGOs, and persecute the regime's collaborators.

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SarcasticRidley 1 point ago +1 / -0

Guns. Anything else is petty by comparison.

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Killroyomega 1 point ago +2 / -1

They must agree to end all foreign aid, and all governmental contributions to NGOs.

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stainless-steel-rat 1 point ago +1 / -0

Gun control. I won’t vote for anyone who is in favor of more gun laws.

Not exactly an issue, but in second place: I don’t vote for politicians who call me in the phone or send me text messages.