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"Calls to oppose #omnibus are making difference. Obama now begging Ds to vote yes on cyberspying bill. (202) 224-3121" - Justin Amash on Twitter submitted by FreeSpeachRocks to technology

intrepiddemise 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago

Amash is, without a doubt, the most consistent and honest member of Congress. He really won me over when I found out that he tweets or puts on FB every vote (he never misses one) along with an explanation of why he voted for or against. Can't think of anyone else that is so dedicated to his job (and the Constitution). I'd actually prefer Amash/Paul, tbhfam.

How Many of You Got Redpilled on VOAT? submitted by VoatForFreeSpeech to AskVoat

intrepiddemise 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago

Agreed. I am far from "red pilled" myself, as I don't think there's an omnipotent Jewish cabal trying to direct the West into ruin, and I also believe that even if there is a genetic I.Q. component attached to race (not convinced of that), that nurture is far more important than nature in this regard. That is why I'm still considered "blue pilled."

But, to your point, talking about, or even expressing interest in talking about such things will get you banned from many places, both online and off. That is what makes Voat special, and why I keep coming back, despite some of the ridiculous things I see posted here. Free speech is important for a great many reasons...far too important to allow it to be curtailed in the name of hurt feelings.

TIL about the Katyn Forest Massacre. 22000 Polish Officers, Land owners, priests, and police officers executed by Communist Stalin in 1940 submitted by LionElTrump to TIL

intrepiddemise 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago

The Poles got it from both sides. They have been bullied by German and Russian-speaking peoples since the late 18th Century, and by "bullied" I mean they've been massacred, conquered, and oppressed by ambitious dictators and extreme ideologues from both the left and the right. Their history is full of atrocities at the hands of their more powerful neighbors. 1989 was the first year in literally centuries that Poles were able to decide their own fate, and they've grown prosperous since that time. Poles are survivors, and worthy of respect for that.

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#Goycott: Anti-White Wolfenstein II Still Selling Terribly, Heading to Bargain Bin submitted by HarlandKornfeld14 to gaming

intrepiddemise 7 points -6 points (+1|-7) ago

People here like to complain that "facts don't matter" to far lefties, but then there's shit like the OP on the fucking front page on a regular basis. Authoritarians will be authoritarians.

A Cop Killed A White Teen And The #AllLivesMatter Crowd Said Nothing submitted by flyawayhigh to politics

intrepiddemise 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago

If you bothered to read the article, you'd notice that:

  1. It's a HuffPo article, so it's automatically got a left-leaning slant, and

  2. The author is attempting to call the "all lives matter" folks racist because they're not digging through this kid's media profiles looking for "a reason to blame him" for his own death.

  3. It congratulates the efforts of the BlackLivesMatter folks for so diligently trying to bring attention to this white kid's death at the hands of police officers.

So, yes, it DOES support Democratic talking points, and by stating that it doesn't, you're making anyone who dislikes the whole race-baiting bullshit look like idiots because you're on "our side". Read the goddamn article before weighing in. You sound like a fool.

TIL that Henry Ford more than doubled his employees salary which proved extremely profitable for the company. submitted by zombietimm to TIL

intrepiddemise 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

Are your thoughts always this jumbled? Based upon this response, that mind of yours must be like a maze of constant paranoia and anxiety. I'm genuinely sorry you have to live like that if that's the case.

inb4 "shill" or "government stooge". I distrust the government, too, but not everything is a conspiracy. Conspiracies are actually really difficult to pull off.