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Matthew graduated Louisiana State University in 2009 with a BA in studio art and a minor in art history. He has been drawing cartoons and comics online for several years.
Minority groups always expect special treatments. The majority ends up being the suppressed.
All nones want are the following:
A none state somewhere in the world (like a Jewish state).
None settlements in Christian occupied territory.
None hiring quotas.
Government encouraged to contract to none-owned businesses.
None admission quotas in colleges.
None history month.
$500 reparation payment to all current nones for past injustices.
Seriously, all we really want is to be treated like an equal player at the table of life. No special treatment.
Don’t forget the lions and coliseums.
Special treatment for the minority results in oppression of the majority. Isn’t human nature vile?
A kinda similar article to the Washington Post is on the front page of the New York Times.
“Christian Right Failed to Sway Voters on Issues”
The article is about how the Nones are changing politics because the “white christians” are losing ground.
I can’t wait either.
Lions and coliseums baby, Lions and coliseums.
Not as long as idiots like Rove continue to follow “Math you do as a Republican to make yourself feel better”.
Hard to believe that the bitter but very sweet line, “math you do…” came from foxnews anchor Megyn Kelly.
I don’t want to be pandered to, I just want the politicians to stop pandering to people who are batshit crazy and ignorant.
Hugh, I do believe that you posted my thoughts quite precisely.
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