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  1. Hillary won by millions of votes and ya'll blame Bernie
  2. It's getting stronger and stronger. Swing voters could give a shit about gays and all the disenfranchised. Mark my words. HE WILL WIN
  3. Maduro is trash and Venezuela definitely needs help, but the U.S. and other imperialist powers (who are interested in one thing only) sending "help" at the border in the form of a toilet papar AKA a photo op is NOT going to help the situation. They need sanctions lifted. And if the U.S. cared so much they wouldn't have created this mess for millions of people in the form of sanctions after sanctions just to punish the mean old Socialists that made oil state-owned.
  4. People in the U.S. really, TRULY believe the U.S. is the best country in the world. Like, the vast majority of Americans truly, wholeheartedly believe that
  5. The economy is strong and the job growth rate is far exceeding expectations... that's way more than enough to convince the undecided voters (usually white and heterosexual) that always decide the election. What the fuck do they care about anything else. And still, here I am, 4 years later, waiting for Democrats to share 1 idea that's not "vote for me because I'm not Trump."
  6. I gave up on new music a few years ago. Like LVX, I'm constantly discovering old artists / songs. Like Vicious Pink, I'm LIVING This is me in my office
  7. I'm a pessimist. I've come to terms with him being the president and being re-elected and the nightmare finally being over in 5 years.
  8. This is probably the most shocking and depressing thing I witnessed: Inside Crackland: the open-air drug market that São Paulo just can’t kick https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/nov/27/inside-crackland-open-air-crack-market-sao-paulo Besides being afraid for my safety, it was so sad to see this (and so many other things), juxtaposed with a country living in a fantasy. I left Brazil feeling a sense of despair, extremely disappointed, and unfortunately, it's super scary and my heart breaks for Brazilians, my ex boyfriend who lives over there, and all of the lovely friends I've made, but none of this surprises me.
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