r/Conservative Jun 25 '22

Samuel L. Jackson rips 'Uncle Clarence' Thomas in racial attack on Supreme Court justice

https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/samuel-l-jackson-uncle-clarence-thomas-racial-attack-supreme-court-justice
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u/Antisocial_Worker7 2A Conservative Jun 25 '22

I don’t remember asking you a goddamn thing!

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u/russwriter67 Jun 26 '22

The constitution motherf—er, do you know it?

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u/Tonebone721 Jun 26 '22

For real he’s just another pos hollywood liberal scumbag

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u/Particular-Bunch7440 Jun 26 '22

Do you still enjoy his films?

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u/toterengel367 Jun 26 '22

I think it’s important to separate art from its artists. 90% of people in Hollywood, music, and art are total POS’s. I’ll take somebody being politically different than the other bullshit we commonly see any day.

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u/F2007KR Small Government Jun 26 '22

No. These people hate you. Stop supporting Hollywood. I haven’t watched a Hollywood movie in years and I’m no worse for wear.

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u/Particular-Bunch7440 Jun 26 '22

90% of them are POS's? Why so? I'm curious.

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u/_cutenerdguy Jun 26 '22

If you listen to any big time comedians podcast long enough you'll hear stories when they went to Hollywood to work on films.

Every time it's about how these people are not normal, usually full of it (usually don't care for or even believe in what they preach it's just for personal image), and extremely self centered and willing to stomp out anyone who they think is an obstacle.

Joe Rogan, Bill Burr, Shane Gillis, and more have talked about it quite a bit. I have a buddy who used to door dash and cater big events in Hollywood years ago, and would also attest to celebs being that way. Most of Hollywood is assholes and not so great people.

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u/More-Drink2176 Trumpian Jun 26 '22

Because they are sexual degenerates. Watching Cory Feldman get the "shhh, stop bringing this up" treatment went he went to talk to Barbara Walters was all I ever needed to see. Charlie Sheen at age 19 was forcing sex on Cory Haim because "that's how things are in Hollywood" which tells me he was also being molested. I mean the shit goes really really deep when you start digging into it. Terry Cruise never got retribution either.

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u/Malllllllkovich Jun 26 '22

That's a double edged sword, no? They're pos until they agree with you, then your group (whichever group that happens to be) venerates them.

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u/MN_10849 Silent Majority Jun 26 '22

That's not what a double edged sword means

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u/sailor-jackn Conservative Jun 26 '22

🥇🥇🥇🥇the winner for the best comment

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u/Live-Year-8283 Jun 25 '22

That’s a pretty racist thing to say

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u/ahent Jun 26 '22 edited Jun 26 '22

You should see what John Corbett said:

https://imgur.com/a/63Bv65l

Edit: I would post a link to the tweet,but he either deleted the account or was removed from Twitter so this pic is the best I got.

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u/luigijerk Jun 26 '22

I assume he'll get fired from whatever current jobs he's working /s

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u/ahent Jun 26 '22

Isn't he so brave for standing up /s

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u/mgarthur14 Texas Conservative Jun 26 '22

Good lord.. and they say conservatives are racist?

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u/WisecrackJack Shall Not Be Infringed Jun 26 '22

Yikes…

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u/aDShisno Shall not be infringed! Jun 26 '22

Twitter says his account is suspended.

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u/ahent Jun 26 '22

I mean, I get it, and I'm conflicted, but I wish they would have left them up for all to see for the sake of free speech and the hypocrisy.

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u/bibuddybro Jun 25 '22 edited Jun 25 '22

The leftist abortionists should be telling SJ that since he does not have a uterus, he should shut up.

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u/cbc18 Millennial Conservative Jun 25 '22

Men are allowed to have opinions on abortion, so long as it is the “right” opinion.

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u/midnightrambler108 Conservative Canadian Jun 26 '22

I’m mostly fiscally conservative. I think this is mostly a distraction from more important things.

Inflation right now is a way bigger problem than Roe versus Wade.

I mean lets be honest if you really want an abortion, you can go get one. Especially somewhere like California or New York.

This essentially does nothing.

If you want a new car and to actually drive it somewhere, the cost of doing that is going to keep going up because there is radical environmentalists at the wheel of government.

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u/EatMyAssOut Family Conservative Jun 26 '22

True, but the blue doesn't care about inflation. They care that their red state they moved to is going to prevent them from getting an abortion down the street. Inflation can't be prevented because of Putin according to them.

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u/Roakeydoakey36 Jun 26 '22

I disagree. Inflation is bad, but Roe vs Wade was awful for multiple reasons.

First, abortion is just one of the worst things a person can do.

Second, it had set a horrible overreach of the supreme court.

And third, it had at least some influence in the sexual revolution happening, which in my opinion is probably one of the main reasons all the crap going down is happening. It's no coincidence a majority of the left seem to be participating in said revolution.

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u/StElmoFlash Jun 26 '22

Justice Ginsburg had words in later years agonizing over Roe V Wade.

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u/JaxTheGuitarNoob Shapiro Conservative Jun 26 '22

I disagree, I think protecting unborn human life is always more important than fiscal issues.

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u/Soundwave_47 Jun 26 '22

I mean lets be honest if you really want an abortion, you can go get one. Especially somewhere like California or New York.

Generally, aren't abortions done by lower income people? So they would be less able to travel out of state for that.

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u/DoubleBatman Jun 26 '22

No, it’s literally Republicans blocking anti-inflation legislation because they think it will let them retake Congress during the midterms. They’re playing you.

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u/Tbagmoo Jun 26 '22

I'm a progressive who likes talking to and sometimes arguing with people on this sub. Can you elaborate? I'm not sure what you're talking about.

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u/Masterjason13 Fiscal Conservative Jun 26 '22

What is anti-inflation legislation? Massive spending cuts so the government can stop printing money?

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u/DoubleBatman Jun 26 '22

Glad you asked!

  • Lowering tariffs and strengthening supply chains to stimulate trade to get supply up

  • Cutting back local regulations to help local businesses and encourage new housing

  • Overhauling licensing and immigration to increase available jobs

  • Allow the Biden admin to use discretionary funding for the Infrastructure Bill to target the most efficient infrastructure issues, as well as increasing research funding to stimulate innovation.

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u/truls-rohk Funservative Jun 26 '22

the first two don't sound like anything democrats would ever do and they certainly aren't towards fossil fuels, so BS

The last two are much more likely to INCREASE inflation if you understand anything about economics. But if you are a pipe dream, pie in the sky idealist that thinks you can spend your way out of inflation then I guess you could be led into that stupidity.

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u/DoubleBatman Jun 26 '22

It’s literally a Democrat proposal and nobody said anything about fossil fuels but go on.

Reworking job entry requirements will result in access to higher wages for sure, but it will also allow people to start working in fields that currently need more employees, such as infrastructure construction and supply chain transport jobs.

And the money for infrastructure is already approved. It’s something Obama wanted, Trump wanted, and now Biden wanted. Infrastructure improvements are desperately needed because they’ve been neglected for so long, on top of the supply chain disruptions.

I guess what I’m asking is, now that you’ve seen the proposals, would you rather Republicans support them and try to make them work or sit on their asses until November? Because right now (as usual) they have no actionable suggestions.

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u/ytilonhdbfgvds Constitutional Conservative Jun 26 '22

"Infrastructure" is the code word for bloated special interest spending 90% of the time. If they actually spent the damn money they keep approving for infrastructure on infrastructure, we wouldn't have to to keep talking about it year and year. "Infrastructure" as opposed to actual infrastructure spending is a large part of the problem.

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u/GWOSNUBVET Conservative Jun 26 '22 edited Jun 26 '22
  1. This is a temporary fix to a long term problem that is designed to allow the issue to continue into perpetuity. Part of the reason we even have this situation is reliance on outsourced supply. Why would we care about tariffs if we were manufacturing independent? Much like being energy independent we would actually never be at the mercy of places like China. Or OPEC. We wouldn’t have this problem if we brought manufacturing back stateside so the only supply chain issues would be localized. If we were still a net exporter of oil and energy then we could set the prices within our country ourselves. But instead biden decided to shut all aspects of that down. This plays into both 2 and 3 of your points as well.
  2. you can’t cut back local regulations if the federal regulations are the highest priority of problem. Which means you’re asking a local business owner to accept lower state taxes in exchange for higher federal taxes. This also applies to the federal AND state governments continuing to pay out unemployment to people not actually intending on working. How is it possible that we have a labor shortage? Because people are somehow still being paid to stay at home. Which is strange that you link point 3 in your evaluation because it’s antithetical to this current point…
  3. I’m actually not sure of your intention here. The reality would be that decreasing the supply of workers would increase pay for the available workers. I would argue that the only overhaul of immigration that needs to take place to have a POSITIVE affect on workforce wages and opportunities would be to completely shut down ANY immigration, let the economy recover, and THEN open immigration back up to supplement the American workforce and continue to grow with people who are truly dedicated to growing as well. Create competition. TRUE competition. Private competition between private companies that don’t have the backing of a bloated federal government (or even state) that is handing out money with the expectation of a 5000% ROI.
  4. Here is where you show your cards. You believe a large federal government can be efficient. You actually prove every single conservative SCOTUS ruling this month. (Let alone all of the beliefs of conservatives in this country….)You want biden to have rule of law over state functions. Does the fed own the interstate? No. Who owns it? The state that the interstate runs through. What actually DOES the fed own? Every aspect of your response is either wrong or asks for more federal dictation. Although it’s actually both.

Your final point shows your REAL intent. You’re a fucking shill. Although that was a decently smooth sleight of hand. It took me going through all of your points before I saw the play. However it was indeed that last point that gave me reason to not just blow past your comment and write you off as slightly misguided left leaning human being that can discuss in good faith; but to really question the intent of such a well laid out argument and then question the argument itself.

My only question is if you’re being paid in dollars or yuan or rubles.

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u/pkjoan Jun 25 '22

I told someone that I have mixed opinions on the topic of abortion, and the answer was and I quote, "you have no uterus, so shut up".

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u/cbc18 Millennial Conservative Jun 25 '22

Ironically the Roe decision was by all male justices.

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u/Slumlord612 Jun 26 '22

Even better is that this time it wasn’t!

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u/HumbleSaltSalesman Conservative Jun 25 '22

How do they know? Are they a biologist?

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u/pkjoan Jun 25 '22

I am a guy. But I felt really pissed off by that person's comment. Men have no right to express their opinion on a topic that's affecting newborn lives apparently.

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u/HumbleSaltSalesman Conservative Jun 26 '22

You should ask your friend why they are so transphobic. Men can get pregnant too.

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u/coysrunner Jun 25 '22

Why didn’t Clarence mention loving but did mention obergefell?

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u/ZodiacSF1969 Jun 26 '22 edited Jun 26 '22

Because he was talking about decisions that either used Roe as a precedent and so might need to be re-examined now that the precedent is gone, or are based on the same shakey right to privacy.

Loving came before Roe so no issue there, and is based on a pretty solid framework in that banning interracial marriage violated the 14th amendment.

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u/My_Secret_Sauce Jun 25 '22

Because one impacts him, and the other impacts people who aren't him.

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u/CannedAm Jun 26 '22

You'd think he'd be ready to drop Ginny like the hot sack of nuts she is.

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u/Cinnadillo Conservative Jun 26 '22

ok leftist

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u/CannedAm Jun 26 '22

Good one, qoomer

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u/PoEwouter Jun 26 '22

Naw. It’s ok to say now. We can call anyone we want an Uncle Tom now. Keep up dinosaur!!!! /s

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u/HumbleSaltSalesman Conservative Jun 25 '22

I'm really offended to be honest. "Uncle Thomas" is way funnier, but the lefties aren't clever enough to think of something so obvious.

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u/stayangryandrelax Jun 25 '22

He’s entitled to his opinion but not my money. Another Hollywood activist who is on my boycott list.

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u/GameFailed 2nd Amendment Absolutist Jun 25 '22

"I don't remember asking you a damn thing"

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u/Edthelayman Jun 25 '22

Was looking for this one

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u/SomeoneHad2FuknSayIt MEGAMAGA Jun 25 '22

Why, when democrats attack someone, do they almost always use racist slurs? Because, that's their nature.

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u/fartsdontmatter PaleoConservative Jun 25 '22

They haven't changed ever since we had to make them give up their slaves.

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u/esqadinfinitum Chicano Conservative Jun 25 '22

My favorite joke I've seen so far is "Man, I haven't seen the Democrats this mad about a Constitutional ruling since they were forced to give up their slaves."

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u/compugasm Conservative Jun 25 '22

Oh snap.

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u/fckustptrying Jun 26 '22

Remind me which party flies the confederate flag now

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u/truls-rohk Funservative Jun 26 '22

none.

Was the democrat tho

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u/67degreesN Jun 26 '22

Ah, semantics. You're right, the Southern Democratic party was a thing and were the party for slave owners and the Republican party was born out of the "Whig" party in the north, with Abe Lincoln being the first Republican president. Both parties had left and right leaning members and politics of that day were not defined on party lines but on what could/should be done. What you are saying though is misleading. The Republican party of today was born in the late 40's from all of the pissed off southern democrats, or Dixiecrats, (yes, that was a thing), protesting certain civil rights proposals. When L.B. Johnson, being a southern Democrat himself, finally brought de-segregation, pretty much all of these "Dixiecrats" left the Democratic party and joined the Republicans. So, using the "DeMoCraTs lOvE SlAveRy" argument falls apart pretty quick when you know the history.

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u/Defiant-Procedure-13 Jun 25 '22

Just curious how you know that democrats had slaves? Was the south all democrats 200 years ago?

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u/russiabot1776 Путин-мой приятель Jun 25 '22

Because the Republican Party was founded expressly as the abolitionist party.

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u/ReturningDukky Jun 25 '22

The Republican party wasn't founded until about 10 years before the Civil War started.

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u/[deleted] Jun 25 '22 edited Jun 27 '22

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u/StatusGiraffe Jun 25 '22

Reality is a false narrative. I shouldn't be surprised that regressives resort to that sort of argument.

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u/GrandpaHardcore Ronald Reagan Jun 25 '22

Reality is a false narrative.

I can hear the air whistling...

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u/GrandpaHardcore Ronald Reagan Jun 25 '22

"The Southern Democratic Party spun off from traditional Democrats to nominate John Breckenridge, an advocate of slavery in the West. Republican breakaways formed the Constitutional Union Party."

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u/jub-jub-bird Conservative Jun 26 '22

Was the south all democrats 200 years ago

Umm... yes? I mean, this is pretty basic US history.

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u/esqadinfinitum Chicano Conservative Jun 25 '22

I get this all the time. I'm used to it and I'm sure Justice Thomas is used to it by now. The only time I've ever been subject to racism because I'm Chicano is when I get into political arguments with liberals.

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u/half-penguin Jun 25 '22

Party of slave owners. Pretty on-brand for them.

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u/joey2fists Jun 25 '22

You mother fuker …

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u/KCGA65 Jun 25 '22

What's in his wallet? Racism

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u/DrButtCheeksPhD Jun 25 '22

Get these motha fuckin fetuses out these motha fuckin uteruses

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u/midwestsyde Jun 26 '22

Crabs pulling the other down

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u/Luckyguy3021 Jun 25 '22

No one cares about Samuel L. Jackson’s opinion.

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u/[deleted] Jun 25 '22

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u/somethots Jun 25 '22

lol, gold star for the sound effects

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u/[deleted] Jun 26 '22

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u/Luckyguy3021 Jun 26 '22

They are part of the problem.

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u/earnestmerida Jun 25 '22

Yeah, his opinion affects my life “0”.

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u/Fullmetalalkami Jun 25 '22

The instant the left feels aggrieved they result to violence and racial slurs.

Every single time. Why do they still masquerade as nice people? They are degenerate scumbags

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u/Kaalb Jun 25 '22

Its like you've never heard of Samuel L Jackson. Racial slurs are like the core of his language. I don't approve of it I'm just saying it's a little ridiculous that you're surprised that a man known for this type of language is using this language.

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u/l0tec6 Conservative Populist Jun 25 '22

Just like a big basket of deplorables.

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u/bboru84 Jun 26 '22

Isn't that everyone? The riots in the streets, January 6th? It just comes down to getting a big crowd together, charging emotions and lighting a spark, I don't think it makes a sing damn difference what their party offiliation is.

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u/rsinten Jun 25 '22

Weird how no attack involves any Constitutional analysis, just arbitrary emotion.

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u/baldwin987 Jun 25 '22

2nd amendment says "well regulated militia" but yall just ignore that. Same as you cherry pick the bible to justify your insecure identity. Yall are trash

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u/jwcdeuce Jun 26 '22

‘Right of the people’

Stuff that in your musket

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u/russiabot1776 Путин-мой приятель Jun 25 '22

You should take a grammar class lmao

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u/RiverStyxx Jun 25 '22

It doesn't say the right of the militia, it says the right of the people shall not be infringed. Learn to read you commie filth.

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u/kmsc84 Constitutionalist Jun 25 '22

The militia outlined in the Bill of Rights involves individuals.

Read clauses 15 and 16 of the constitution, which talk about government militias.

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u/fogel35 Goldwater Conservative Jun 25 '22

You should consider trying to look up the meaning of militia. You know ordinary citizens used to supplement the military. Now do me a favor. Go find where abortion is in the constitution. I’ll wait for your reply.

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u/esqadinfinitum Chicano Conservative Jun 25 '22 edited Jun 30 '22

Regulated doesn’t have the same meaning today. They didn’t mean state-regulated. Also they gave us the roadmap for challenging a tyrannical superpower. Anyone can speak and meet with anyone else (right to free speech AND assembly). And everyone assembled can have guns.

Edit: I did some historical language research and "well regulated" translates to "well armed" and the 2nd Amendment is more of a command to have regular citizens trained and armed with enough ammo and guns to be an effective fighting force on a moment's notice (i.e. "Minutemen"). The founders were afraid of large standing armies and instead wanted the people to be armed with the latest military weaponry. So the 2nd Amendment is actually a command to arm the people with automatic rifles, anti-aircraft weapons, and anti-tank weapons.

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u/chosey Jun 26 '22

Wtf does it matter if it says well regulated militia? The next line says "the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." What point are you trying to make exactly?

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u/rsinten Jun 26 '22

Who is yall?

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u/PotatoUmaru Clarence Thomas 📜 Jun 26 '22

For the millionth time:

Well-regulated: Standardized, to make regular

militia: adults over the age of majority

It's just that simple. But hey, I guess I should expect that from the crowd that has issues with basic concepts of womanhood and personhood.

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u/TTV-TTVOdyssey Black Conservative Jun 25 '22

Most sane Conservatives recognize the second part. And, as for “well regulated militia,” I think gun licenses and state restrictions handle that!

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u/Dio5000 Conservative Jun 25 '22

Extremely racist

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u/ReturningDukky Jun 25 '22

Um... Somebody remind him of his character in Django Unchained...

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u/joanfergusonthefreak Conservative Jun 25 '22

i guess these are samuel l jacksons true colors

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u/rob7878 Jun 25 '22

"Not racist when we do it"

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u/cletus_foo Jun 25 '22

This is a great example of why I download all my movies and shows.

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u/idontevenlift37 Small Government Conservative Jun 25 '22

Racism is ok if you’re a democrat I guess

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u/JesusCumelette Jun 25 '22

Always has, always will be.

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u/Positive-Source8205 Jun 25 '22

I’m tired of these mother fuckin’’ actors on their mother fuckin’ soapboxes!

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u/[deleted] Jun 25 '22

Clarence Thomas is a hero. Proudly supporting Clarence to the moon and back.

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u/RDEnergizer7000 Andrew Jackson Jun 25 '22

I am 100% sure that, despite all of the hatred, bile, and bigotry he is receiving, Justice Thomas will have the last laugh. They won’t break him so easily, and for that I am very grateful.

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u/Homesteader86 Jun 26 '22

Your flair is "Andrew Jackson" and you're calling someone racist? We are indeed on the weirdest timeline.

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u/RDEnergizer7000 Andrew Jackson Jun 26 '22 edited Jun 26 '22

I know that he wasn’t necessary the most accepting of people, but his beliefs in this regard were in line with those of most of his contemporaries. However, I am in no way saying that the Trail of Tears and Indian removal were morally right. On the contrary, I think they were both quite repulsive.

I do believe, though, that much of Jackson’s governing philosophy is similar to that of modern day conservatism.

As president, Jackson supported a very literal version of federalism, interpreting the constitution as written (strict constructionism). While it did acknowledge the supremacy of federal law and declared that no state had a right to violate the union, Jacksonian federalism did effectively recognize the sovereignty of the states to govern themselves and did put them at more of an equal footing with federal sovereignty. This is shown by Jackson’s willingness to compromise with the state of South Carolina during the nullification crisis. Jackson declared that nullification itself was not a legal recourse of the states, but did attempt to avoid a direct conflict with South Carolina which would have resulted if military forces had been deployed to enforce the unpopular tariffs of 1828 and 1832. Jackson also subscribed to a more literal interpretation of the constitution, believing that the federal government was limited to the powers expressly delegated to it. In many ways, Jackson did reduce government power, which is shown by his vetoing of the national bank’s charter, which he believed Congress was not explicitly empowered to create and was seen as a tool of elitism by many. Nowadays, the federal government has greatly increased its size and the scope of its operations through the expansion of its “implied powers,” allowing it to become much more powerful in relation to the states. This hijacked version of federalism was never the intent of the framers of the Constitution and I personally feel that Jackson’s idea of federalism is much more consistent with originalist and conservative values, both of which support a more limited federal government.

Jackson was also a prudent fiscal conservative who greatly reduced government waste and spending. As president, Jackson vetoed most legislation he felt was either an ineffective use of funds or wasteful in general, reducing government spending. This allowed for the US to become completely debt free for the first and only time in its history.

I personally believe that Andrew Jackson is effectively the “grandfather of conservatism” as he has made many longlasting contributions to conservative ideology. Many of his policies, such as limited government, strict constructionism, and fiscal responsibility are still major components of the conservative platform to this day.

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u/CalloryTradeline Jun 26 '22

Greatest justice in modern history, and it’s not close

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u/PearlGemma Southern Conservative Jun 25 '22

Stick to making movies Mr. Jackson. Nobody wants nor needs your race baiting opinion(s).

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u/KentuckyFriedMouse Jun 25 '22

Honestly, even his movies are trash lately. Disney/Marvel action hero garbage.

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u/getahitcrash Teddy Roosevelt Conservative Jun 25 '22

Lately? Any movies he's done that have done well or been popular were never Samuel Jackson movies. He was always part of a bigger cast. Tell me a Sam Jackson movie where he was the lone star name carrying the project that did well.

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u/TTV-TTVOdyssey Black Conservative Jun 25 '22

I WOULD say Pulp Fiction… I found him more compelling than Travolta, but he didn’t get a solo section, quite unfairly. He was equal to Willis, though, as both Jules and Butch were equally badass. Wish he had more screen time in PF, but what he had already made him excellent. Not a SLJ-based film, though.

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u/getahitcrash Teddy Roosevelt Conservative Jun 26 '22

It's probably the closest thing but again, no one ever said "hey let's go see that Samuel Jackson movie!"

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u/Markleng67 Conservative Jun 25 '22

Jackson responds with the race card every chance he gets! His only Superior is Joy Reid.

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u/[deleted] Jun 25 '22

Racism is ugly. Ban on twitter coming?

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u/CrayonEatingBabyApe Jun 25 '22

Lawyer here and not a conservative but tired of hearing about interracial marriage on this. Loving v. Virginia was decided on the equal protections clause part of the 14th Amendment and has nothing to do with this case or substantive due process. Carry on.

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u/GreatJanitor Proud Conservative Jun 25 '22

Samuel L Jackson:

You are an actor. Your job is to entertain and pretend to be someone you are not. Your opinion is not needed, welcomed, nor is it any more valid than anyone else's opinion. Abortion is not banned in this nation, it is just up to the states to determine if it is allowed...that is all.

This nation is not a Liberal or Leftist nation and quite frankly, we need to stop catering to the Left and we need to stop letting the Left get away with racism, demands for violence and actual violence when they do not get their way. The Left doesn't look like the party of adults but rather the party of children. This needs to stop.

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u/Wheres_Jay Jun 25 '22

You're an actor Sam, and that's it.

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u/cantpissoffmods Conservative Jun 25 '22

Stop giving any fucking money to Hollywood. Let it die off. These people only want your fealty and have zero respect for you. This is from someone that used to be a huge SLJ fan. But he drank the cool aid and went off the deep end, like the rest.

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u/Unholy_Scallop Limbaugh Conservative Jun 25 '22

I like how all the liberals are making it easy for us to boycott their goods and services. Adding Sammy to the list of actors in movies I’ll never see again. The only way liberals will learn is if we hit their pocket books and stop buying their crap

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u/Kaalb Jun 25 '22

Fine. Bye. Stay in texas - you're not wanted in the rest of america.

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u/gprime Jordan is Palestine; Annex Judea & Samaria Jun 25 '22

Stay in texas - you're not wanted in the rest of america.

You realize that an absolute majority of states have abortion restrictions, right? Even MA has a 24 week limit. The US, on the whole, is a center-right country, no matter how much that hurts you to hear. That said, I think I speak for most people here when I say that I'm much rather be in Texas than New York or California.

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u/NinjaBray2 Conservative Jun 25 '22

Newsflash, the left does not control all states aside from Texas, just your shitholes on the coasts and great lakes.

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u/Training-Context-69 Black Gen-Z Conservative Jun 25 '22

We run America

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u/[deleted] Jun 25 '22

Anyone who gets upset at the use of the n word but is OK with this- is an enormous, giant, hypocrite.

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u/Far-Arugula-8181 Jun 26 '22

Clarence Thomas to Samuel Jackson probably " Did I stutter?"!

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u/Jobu72 Jun 26 '22

Anyone is an “Uncle Tom”, it would be Jackson… doing little jigs for the Hollywood machine. Clarence Thomas is a fine man…. His own man.

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u/CalloryTradeline Jun 26 '22

Clarence Thomas is the greatest justice in modern history, by a long shot

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u/userlivewire Jun 26 '22

It’s interesting how President Biden’s attack on Anita Hill party set up Clarence Thomas to later spearhead this restriction on women.

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u/Meathook2099 Jun 26 '22

Get that motherfucking baby outta my motherfucking womb !!! Classless POS.

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u/JustAu69 Jun 26 '22

He is literally Steven from Django Unchained

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u/lv4myw Conservative Jun 25 '22

Banning interracial marriage violates the equal protection clause. The requirement that states provide equal protection of the law to all persons. That is actually literally in the constitution. It doesn't say "marriage" in particular - it says all laws. The law treats everyone equally. You don't have to invent penumbra to say that banning interracial marriage is unconstitutional.

For abortion, on the other hand, there is no right to abortion under the constitution. There is no right to any sort of, umm, "health care procedure". (I use the term very loosely.) Banning abortion does not violate anyone's equal protection.

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u/MOH1C4N Jun 25 '22

He already said he's going after gay marriage next, that would violate the constitution then.

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u/buttersleopolds Libertarian Conservative Jun 25 '22

He didn’t say that, and it wouldn’t violate the constitution.

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u/gprime Jordan is Palestine; Annex Judea & Samaria Jun 25 '22

Setting aside the fact that you're repeating a talking point originating from people too lazy to read the full concurrence and thus actual understand what Thomas said, even if we grant your absurd claim as true, his concurrence wasn't signed by any other justice. No one justice gets to grant cert to a case, much less rule on its outcome. It's akin to saying we're going to end all foreign aid just because Thomas Massie wants it.

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u/Kaalb Jun 25 '22

Holy SHIT that's racist dude.

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u/gprime Jordan is Palestine; Annex Judea & Samaria Jun 25 '22

If it is racist, it isn't any more racist than Jackson's actual comments.

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u/wlxqzme8675309 Jun 25 '22

Thomas is unutterably, near infinitely, undeniably more intelligent than Jackson has ever even had the ambition to be.

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u/Bv2097 Jun 26 '22

Nowadays even Malcolm X would be a Uncle tom and right-wing extremist

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u/elvenvalkyrie Jun 25 '22

Never liked this guy. He’s an arrogant POS and now he’s a racist scumbag.

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u/conservadordegrasas Conservative Jun 25 '22

How did they connect a racial insult to this?

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u/[deleted] Jun 25 '22

The left sees race in everything.

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u/AngryAssyrian Jun 25 '22

So Clearance Thomas is a white supremacist now according to them?

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u/Howdydobe Jun 26 '22

No, just excessively obedient to white people. Like Samuel played in Django.

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u/Plane-Store Jun 25 '22

If the red tsunami does happend: we should put a tax so big to actors, musicians, hollywood and more leftist so we can bury them to the ground. Im sick of this M**rs actors on this M***g court. Strap on, we gonna use the IRS.

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u/davidiseye Conservative Jun 25 '22

Maybe he wasn’t acting in Django. Maybe he really hates blacksmith that much.

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u/ITS_MAJOR_TOM_YO Freedom Jun 26 '22

I guarantee he has armed security

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u/r2k398 Conservative Jun 25 '22

It’s racism made painstakingly by me, Samuel L. Jackson.

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u/russiabot1776 Путин-мой приятель Jun 25 '22

Bigot.

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u/Eleanor_Rigbys_Alien Jun 26 '22

🖕🏻. I will never watch another one of your movies. Poser.

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u/04harleyglide Jun 26 '22

Justice Thomas should thank all the "educated people" labeling, or alluding to him as an Uncle Tom. Anyone who has actually read the book Uncle Tom's Cabin knows that Uncle Tom died because he wouldn't reveal the whereabouts of escaped slaves. He was the hero, and martyr of the story, not the villain.

Unlike the character in the book whos name bears a striking resemblence to Mr. Jackson's, who was anything but a hero.

But you can't expect some people to read anything but a script....

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u/SmurfTheClown Catholic Conservative Jun 26 '22

I like Samuel L Jackson as an actor. And like many many actors, it clearly doesn’t translate into being a good moral public figure

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u/[deleted] Jun 26 '22

Good thing we don’t take the opinions of actors seriously

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u/Salosalo73 ULTRA MAGA Jun 26 '22

Always takes a turn into race with these people. The same people always pointing and screaming "RACIST!" always fail to notice the 4 fingers pointing back at them.

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u/CoCoNutsGirl98 Jun 26 '22

Sam Jackson is a straight up ignorant racist

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u/ENFJPLinguaphile Christian Conservative Jun 26 '22

Speaking of racism, Samuel L. Jackson knows exactly what he said!! 😳🥶(Seriously, that’s vile of him and I did get chills reading this article!)

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u/jub-jub-bird Conservative Jun 26 '22

Samuel L. Jackson rips 'Uncle Clarence' Thomas in racial racist attack on Supreme Court justice

Fixed that for you.

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u/TheCelestialOcean 2A Conservative Jun 25 '22

STOP. can celebrities stop!!! I don’t want to dislike them all, I really don’t!!!

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u/TheHumanBee Trump 2024 Jun 25 '22

Racist as shit.

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u/stuckon401 Jun 25 '22

Someone has 'encouraged' some abortions in his time.

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u/mriv70 Reagan-Aged Republican Jun 25 '22

Who cares he's an actor! He pretends to be someone else for a living. It's not like he's a Nobel laureate!

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u/AppoloniaSkyle Jun 25 '22

Leftists always falsely accuse everybody else of being everything they are. This says everything about him.

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u/Veleda390 Conservative Jun 25 '22

No one more racist than a racialist who can't get his way.

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u/B_Addie Jun 25 '22

Another misinformed midwit who obviously didn’t take the time to read the opinion for himself

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u/Pitiful-Aspect Conservative Jun 25 '22

SMH he should be ashamed of himself. Despicable.

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u/rasputin_42 Constitutionalist Jun 25 '22

Wasn’t Uncle Tom a written as a Christ like martyr who fostered tolerance and compassion while convincing several people to change their ways.

He accepted many of the burdens placed on him, but he always stood up for his beliefs and sacrificed himself to save the lives of others. The novel captured the public imagination and turned many Christians into strident abolitionist activists, directly setting the groundwork for the civil war.

Going by the original intention being compared to Uncle Tom should be a compliment rather than an insult.

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u/throwaway3569387340 Reagan Republican Jun 25 '22

Goddamnit.

Can you actors just stay in your lane? I'm getting really tired of having to scratch you off my list because of your lunatic positions.

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u/noope-234 Stars and Stripes Jun 25 '22

Ah yes-the tolerant left…

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u/LowMeltingPoint Jun 25 '22

Jackson pretty much washed up. Needs PR

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u/ca17miledrive West Coast Conservative Jun 25 '22

Shut up and go away, Sam Jackson, whoever you were but aren't now.

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u/rentfreeinyohead Jun 25 '22 edited Jun 26 '22

The irony when he's in hollywood

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u/GlayNation Jun 26 '22

He’s a actor, who pretends to be something he’s not. He’s another anti-Constitution racist. Nuff said

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u/the_house_from_up Conservative Jun 25 '22

Go cry about it, Sam.

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u/TriggurWarning Jun 25 '22

Mask off moment. What a terrible way to ruin his legacy as someone you could respect.

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u/odyseuss02 Jun 25 '22

Call Clarence Thomas by his true name - Corn Pop.

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u/JadedTourist Ron Paul was right Jun 25 '22

Oh look, elite leftists being racist. Surprising to only the few people who may have their red pill in hand but haven’t taken it yet.

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u/GosutoOkami Jun 25 '22 edited Jun 25 '22

Conservative politicians calling for the return of segregation now.

John Cornyn on Twitter.

That really what you want?

Edit: That’s a legitimate question. If precedents will be overturned, where does it stop?

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u/lv4myw Conservative Jun 25 '22

Segregation is unconstitutional. The "equal protection clause" is literally a part of the constitution. The right to an abortion is not.

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u/gprime Jordan is Palestine; Annex Judea & Samaria Jun 25 '22

Edit: That’s a legitimate question. If precedents will be overturned, where does it stop?

You do realize that the biggest legal blow to segregation came by overturning bad precedent just as happened here, right? Plessy was the law of the land for 56 years prior to Brown, much like Roe was the law of the land for ~51 years (technically Casey modified it within this window) until Dobbs.

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u/freeneedle Jun 25 '22

Lol that’s not what he said - he said precedents can be overturned for good reason, such as slavery. Ffs

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u/Panzershrekt Reagan Conservative Jun 25 '22

John Cornyn is a RINO so..

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u/GosutoOkami Jun 25 '22

Still represents the Conservative party, better get him under control. RINO hunting I believe a Missouri person put it. How fast that pro life stance goes out the window.

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u/[deleted] Jun 25 '22

Real question. How lonely/sad is your life that you spend your time making posts on subreddits that are ideologically opposed to your own views?

Are you too lazy to go out and protest? Hoping to get your daily social credit by trying to troll a conservative subreddit?

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u/Jolaasen Millennial Conservative Jun 25 '22

He’s probably still scared of catching Covid.

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u/GosutoOkami Jun 25 '22

I’m an independent. I view both sides and comment on both sides. That’s a problem now is it?

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u/Panzershrekt Reagan Conservative Jun 25 '22

One person who doesn't represent the sum total, against the sum total of the Dem party calling for self segregation. Separate graduation ceremonies, separate after-school clubs, and separate rules.

If you were a true independent, and not simply using that moniker as a shield, I'd expect you to know the difference.

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u/GosutoOkami Jun 25 '22

When it is not rejected, the silence speaks volumes.

No segregation is okay. Period.

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u/Panzershrekt Reagan Conservative Jun 25 '22

And the calls for it louder still.

Head on over to the politics sub with that same message, and let's see if you're not full of shit.

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u/b2walton Jun 25 '22

Now this sub cares about being anti-racist? Lol.