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Nice P-Cast. Couldn't even tell if it was really you, Memorex or A.I.
Was disappointed not to hear the big story.
The book release of "Manhood". I hear there is a passage in the book which Josh explains how he as a real manly man prefers sex on top. Leaving Sen. Lindsey Graham with the hot trots for Josh Hawley.
Want to point out the GOP's undermined control. Sure they were always touting TATE RIGHTS.
The cite the SCOTUS striking Roe as it goes back to the states . Small government to decide by each state, you know.
Simultaneously each and every red state is activated in state legislatures to ban abortions.
As if these governors as if the same monied lobbyists were not buying each of these states republicans to do the same laws. Gin carry, abortion, The LGBTQ banning, Bool among.
They all do the right to work.
They act in unison. Doing what the national GOP has favored.
How is it small government when all these red states have been meeting and plotting the national agenda together at the state level?
Tuberville. Those morons voted out Doug Jones to get get him. My friend Sara in Huntsville said "I hate this fucking state" (more than once and about multiple subjects) but still she hangs in down there. Politics Girl made a video this week about just how important it is for liberals in red states to stay and keep fighting. We moved from the (perhaps most liberal district anywhere) East Bay to 71 to 29 percent Republican Madera county at the end of 2019, and, well, it's different. Plenty of good people to meet around here, but I don't talk to any of them about politics, for the most part. Still, we won't be here too long, as it would appear that we're moving to Humboldt county, hopefully this year.
When we moved to Oakland from Eureka back in '84, we were told multiple times "you'll be back." I guess 39 years is long enough to prove a point.
Thank you again for the podcast. I had a whistleblower once. Her job was to stand up and blow a whistle at a certain quiet part of a song we did at a long ago gig. She performed spectacularly.
-Doug in Sugar Pine
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