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Date Signed Up:6/07/2011
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No lookie on me profile. I don't post content because of the massive shit storms that happen whenever someone says that they saw it before or something.

I have a Steam, hit me up for a game sometime.
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#68 - The majority of the hardcore Bernie supporters are behind him …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/26/2016 on h-h-h-hillary +2
#81 - anon (07/26/2016) [-]
Trump is exactly as pro establishment as every politican is, he might be full of more shit, he's definitely willing to lie about more, but if you think he'll get anything but impeachment or death going against the establishment YOU'RE retarded.
It's called "the establishment" for a reason, and seeing as how bernie, the only thing close to an anti establishment vote we had, is gone i'll take Hillarys brand of corruption over Trumps.At least she knows how politics is played.
#70 - yusatatsuaki (07/26/2016) [-]
Eh, the anti-establishment is one thing, but I think more are more about getting money out of politics, which is a massive anti-establishment plank, granted, but it is more issue focused than it is movement focused. And between HRC and Trump, they are roughly on the same page concerning that issue. Expecting right and left anti-establishment to come together is something limited to a handful of voters, I wouldn't expect tea party supporters to support Sanders should he have won the primary and Trump was to lose the primary for example. Libertarians may find it easy to split their ticket since their social and economic view points are split right and left as well, but Sanders supporters are by and large going to stay left, they might 3rd party, but most people see 3rd parties as a joke. And we are going to be honest here, they aren't going to win. But that is not why you vote 3rd party, to do it to support a platform.

And thus, for some people platform is more important than the person. I am not an HRC supporter in anyway. My vote will be Green or Peace and Freedom. Being anti-establishment means nothing however if that person plans on enacting the policies that you abhor. Thus Johnson would not be a strong match for most of Sanders supporters, they would more likely find a home policy wise with say Jill Stein. Also Trump's economic message is one thing, but his background as an economic establishment figure is to many people just as damning as having a political establishment background.

And god damnit why am I writing so much
#60 - This is literally corruption ******* central. I respe…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/26/2016 on h-h-h-hillary +7
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#117 - alphadolan (07/26/2016) [-]
He probably doesn't want to end up like the other guy who committed suicide by shooting himself in the back of the head twice if you catch my drift.
#66 - yusatatsuaki (07/26/2016) [-]
A few things:

Trump is only politically anti establishment. economically he is firmly a part of the establishment. Most Sanders supporters just don't trust him on his economic message.
Sanders support of HRC, was tactically important, should HRC lose, it would be blamed on Sanders and would be grounds for the entire DNC to blackball progressives. They did it after McGovern lost when the DNC refused to actually support his presidency. When the DNC loses, it goes back to the center. But the issue isn't winning voters by moving around on policy positions, the problem is actually getting them to turn out. You get them excited about a platform and voters will make it happen. Look at how successful the tea party has been down ballot, how the contract with America thing retook the house for Republicans.
Seriously, why the fuck would Sanders back Gary Johnson of all people for 3rd party? Yes I can see where certain Sanders voters might prefer Johnson over Stein. That makes sense. But expecting Sanders to back Johnson is like expecting Rand Paul backing Sanders.
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#68 - frozo (07/26/2016) [-]
The majority of the hardcore Bernie supporters are behind him for his entire "anti establishment!!!" message. Him backing Hillary should go against everything they say.

I like to vote for the person rather than the party, and I think everyone should do the same. The people that are voting for Hillary "because she's a democrat!!!" are retards and shouldn't be allowed to vote, just like the people voting for Trump because he's a Republican.

Hillary is the exact opposite of anti-establishment. In fact, she's the most heavily entrenched person IN the establishment I can think of. I would expect Sanders supporters to vote for, say, Gary Johnson or a third party candidate that is "anti-establishment" to spread the message, rather than corruption central Clinton.

I'm fine with Trump's economic message, and Sanders' economic plans are garbage anyways.
#81 - anon (07/26/2016) [-]
Trump is exactly as pro establishment as every politican is, he might be full of more shit, he's definitely willing to lie about more, but if you think he'll get anything but impeachment or death going against the establishment YOU'RE retarded.
It's called "the establishment" for a reason, and seeing as how bernie, the only thing close to an anti establishment vote we had, is gone i'll take Hillarys brand of corruption over Trumps.At least she knows how politics is played.
#70 - yusatatsuaki (07/26/2016) [-]
Eh, the anti-establishment is one thing, but I think more are more about getting money out of politics, which is a massive anti-establishment plank, granted, but it is more issue focused than it is movement focused. And between HRC and Trump, they are roughly on the same page concerning that issue. Expecting right and left anti-establishment to come together is something limited to a handful of voters, I wouldn't expect tea party supporters to support Sanders should he have won the primary and Trump was to lose the primary for example. Libertarians may find it easy to split their ticket since their social and economic view points are split right and left as well, but Sanders supporters are by and large going to stay left, they might 3rd party, but most people see 3rd parties as a joke. And we are going to be honest here, they aren't going to win. But that is not why you vote 3rd party, to do it to support a platform.

And thus, for some people platform is more important than the person. I am not an HRC supporter in anyway. My vote will be Green or Peace and Freedom. Being anti-establishment means nothing however if that person plans on enacting the policies that you abhor. Thus Johnson would not be a strong match for most of Sanders supporters, they would more likely find a home policy wise with say Jill Stein. Also Trump's economic message is one thing, but his background as an economic establishment figure is to many people just as damning as having a political establishment background.

And god damnit why am I writing so much
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#65 - ipwnallnubz (07/26/2016) [-]
He might be old, but he doesn't want to mysteriously die just yet.
#67 - yusatatsuaki (07/26/2016) [-]
There is also his senate committee seats, they could shuffle him into a useless committee so his senate position would be useless.
#71 - The Nintendrones still do the classic "It's okay when Nin… 07/22/2016 on mokemon 0
#3 - This is in Northeastern University. I know because I go there  [+] (1 new reply) 07/21/2016 on Sorcery +1
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#4 - DivineInfinity (07/21/2016) [-]
I saw it too. It's nice.

the rest of the city is shit tho
#20 - It's a common meme on 4chan in general, nearly always used wit… 07/20/2016 on /pol/ack on Leslie Jones +15
#21 - Still waiting on the "Assist of the Game" for the pr…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2016 on Back off 0
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#22 - cupcakescankill (07/18/2016) [-]
Kills and assists are both put together as "eliminations" so it's not like "I did it and you just helped." and instead it's "We did it."

Then potg ignores all of that and gives credit to just one person.
#19 - Aye, which is why I'm saying the POTG is well deserved if the …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/18/2016 on Back off 0
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#20 - cupcakescankill (07/18/2016) [-]
It's kind of a shame that you can only get potg for a limited number of things, so certain heroes will always get it and others will never get it, regardless of how good their plays were.
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#21 - frozo (07/18/2016) [-]
Still waiting on the "Assist of the Game" for the pro Zarya/Mercy/Lucio/Ana plays where they set up the perfect kill only for it to be snatched by an Ulting Pharah or something like that.
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#22 - cupcakescankill (07/18/2016) [-]
Kills and assists are both put together as "eliminations" so it's not like "I did it and you just helped." and instead it's "We did it."

Then potg ignores all of that and gives credit to just one person.
#43 - >TF2 getting weapon updates/rebalancing I forgot h… 07/18/2016 on Sexy meaty Russian vs Hot... 0
#15 - Fun fact: Junkrat's RIP Tire acts as a player for nearly every…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2016 on How to betray your team 0
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#17 - daftiduck (07/18/2016) [-]
I've seen a riptire ignore a flashbang.

Just what the Mcree was thinking, I don't know...
#5 - Was Bulbasaur made by SHAFT? 07/18/2016 on Charmander popped one too... +27