CL Mullins 
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Re: “The Four Primary Colors

I'm guessing number one, as always, goes to the editors of the Journal of Nazi Baby Eaters and the third goes in a tie between hyperbolic youth and the disparagers of Guam.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 02/21/2020 at 6:31 PM

Re: “The Four Primary Colors

Well hell, since you put it that way.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 02/14/2020 at 3:26 PM

Re: “We’re All in Kansas Now

I agree that "liberals" is an overbroad designation, I prefer to call them half-ass socialist, which is perhaps the root of their failures. I wasn't asking for sugarcoating, but actual changes in wage structures, you know more middle class fewer billionaires
I've come back to this old position on the abandonment of white workers in large part due to my association with hard working black young folk who have come to view voting as a waste of time.
West Virginia may be the hardest place to encourage emigration, hence more susceptible to false promises, from Republicans after years of false promises by Democrats; true in so many places.
I suspect that my many decades in the Saul Alinsky mind set has rendered me oddly if barely optimistic.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 02/06/2020 at 6:28 PM

Re: “We’re All in Kansas Now

Bakerspond, (I really hope we can string out this disagreement, to which I may drag my heels a bit. I really miss intelligent argument at this site)
I'm afraid I didn't express myself clearly enough. Regardless of the inherent fairness, dividing up the pie did negatively affected the white workers and the refusal to admit this by the liberal establishment was a slap in the face. And since then the liberals have been more comfortable turning their backs on this reality and dive head first into identity politics wherein shining examples of individuals in the identity ranks obscure the overall economic slide that white workers have now joined, waiting for the right Mousse-olini to come along.
And here we are, mired in the proof that is this pudding.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 02/06/2020 at 11:24 AM

Re: “We’re All in Kansas Now

And yet Donald was not elected solely by the loons Walsh encountered

The other side of the ole cognitive dissonance coin is flipped over the years by liberals who insisted that equal rights for non whites and women would not affect the jobs of white workers. The lie repeated over the decades until what was a solid Democratic base evaporated in distrust.

Had the liberals said yes, competition will hurt many of the white workers and lower wages if supply and demand is allowed to take effect. But we will legislate to ensure decent wages for all, then we might be looking at the second term of America's second Hispanic and first lesbian President.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 02/06/2020 at 10:18 AM

Re: “INFOGRAPHIC: Memphis Animal Services in 2019

What is this "transferred to rescue" or "pets removed from cruelty"?
I thought Memphis Animal Services was the rescue and they were removed from cruelty and then went to the shelter.
Are all those fostered animals off the books now?
So where have they taken the nearly 6000 animals?

Posted by CL Mullins on 02/05/2020 at 10:26 PM

Re: “Kobe Mattered

People die all the time, the majority of whom have no more actual impact on the world than Bryant. But a near majority have had more than a real impact whether it's digging flood diversion ditches by hand or sitting with babies while their mamas go to work.
He was no Bill Russell. He was no Colin Kaepernick. He was no Jackie Robinson. He was no Jim Brown.

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Posted by CL Mullins on 02/03/2020 at 2:00 PM

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