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MtnMan

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A formula for blaming others ....

Full List of 192 House Republicans Who Voted Against FDA Baby Formula Bill

The bill would provide $28 million in emergency funding to address the nationwide shortage of infant formula.


These Nine Republicans Voted Against Expanding Access to Baby Formula

Matt Gaetz, Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene were among those who voted against passing the Access to Baby Formula Act.


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You seem to have forgotten that republicans only care about babies before they are born. Once born, fuck them from day one till they die, be it at age 1 day or 100 years.
 

ivwshane

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He ignored a Congressional subpoena, which is apparently no longer a crime.
I believe there are laws restricting when the RNC/DNC can run ads.
I couldn’t find anything that said that, not in this country anyway.
 

dank69

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I couldn’t find anything that said that, not in this country anyway.
Then maybe they are saving their money to target voters closer to election time when it matters? People already complain about political advertising during election season. Bombarding people even more might risk turning more people off than it converts? IDK.
 

hal2kilo

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Hell Rick Scot thinks these people should pay taxes, so this really isn't a stretch.

Why are Republicans attacking WIC: GOP finds new scapegoat for baby formula outrage | Salon.com

On Wednesday, nine House Republicans voted against a bill to help low-income families access baby food amid the nation's formula shortage, arguing that parents on federal food assistance benefits would be depriving middle-income families of the products they need as well. Now those same Republicans are defending their vote by pointing to America's most vulnerable families as the true cause of outrage.
 

Fenixgoon

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Hell Rick Scot thinks these people should pay taxes, so this really isn't a stretch.

Why are Republicans attacking WIC: GOP finds new scapegoat for baby formula outrage | Salon.com

On Wednesday, nine House Republicans voted against a bill to help low-income families access baby food amid the nation's formula shortage, arguing that parents on federal food assistance benefits would be depriving middle-income families of the products they need as well. Now those same Republicans are defending their vote by pointing to America's most vulnerable families as the true cause of outrage.
Aren't white people a majority of federal assistance recipients? Not by % population but by % of recipients?

So once again, conservatives hurting their own constituents
 
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ivwshane

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GOP gubernatorial candidate running on 'Jesus, Guns, Babies' platform says 'the church rules the state of Georgia'

Business Insider|18 minutes ago
At a campaign event, former schoolteacher Kandiss Taylor delivered an anti-abortion speech that criticized the separation of church and state.



First Amendment? Wuzzat?


Isn't is a hoot how they adore the Second but despise the First?
Well when you fetishize and distort the second amendment you can use that to ignore the rest of the constitution.
 
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MtnMan

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Well when you fetishize and distort the second amendment you can use that to ignore the rest of the constitution.
You misspelled "second amendment" and "constitution"... the correct spelling is b i b l e

Well when you fetishize and distort the bible you can use that to ignore the rest of the bible.
 
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VRAMdemon

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GOP gubernatorial candidate running on 'Jesus, Guns, Babies' platform says 'the church rules the state of Georgia'

Business Insider|18 minutes ago
At a campaign event, former schoolteacher Kandiss Taylor delivered an anti-abortion speech that criticized the separation of church and state.



First Amendment? Wuzzat?


Isn't is a hoot how they adore the Second but despise the First?
This Nutter Kandiss Taylor says she will handcuff and execute the Sheriffs who don’t do the People’s bidding.


Funny she thinks sheriffs, you know, trained officers with guns, are just going to let some whackdoodle handcuff and execute them.

Plus, of course, sheriffs are NOT required to obey the will of the people - they’re required to obey the law.

Although ... She may yet serve a very very very small purpose in life if she siphons votes away from Perdue.
 

VRAMdemon

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More nutjobery from Georgia. Just your average Republican candidate for the Senate these days. Sorry Georgia.


"Herschel Walker doesn’t deny that he held a gun to his ex-wife’s head and threatened to “blow her brains out. He just says he doesn’t remember because he has a mental illness which includes multiple personalities."

Walker also always touts his involvement in a charity which supposedly helps veterans. He doesn’t mention that, despite his claims, he didn’t found the organization, nor does he mention that it’s a for-profit agency that has been accused of preying on veterans.


Even a self-admitted violent and mentally-ill person who steals from veterans can get elected in Georgia. All he needs is the (R).
 

Motostu

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More nutjobery from Georgia. Just your average Republican candidate for the Senate these days. Sorry Georgia.


"Herschel Walker doesn’t deny that he held a gun to his ex-wife’s head and threatened to “blow her brains out. He just says he doesn’t remember because he has a mental illness which includes multiple personalities."

Walker also always touts his involvement in a charity which supposedly helps veterans. He doesn’t mention that, despite his claims, he didn’t found the organization, nor does he mention that it’s a for-profit agency that has been accused of preying on veterans.


Even a self-admitted violent and mentally-ill person who steals from veterans can get elected in Georgia. All he needs is the (R).
Wow; I'll stop complaining about the shit here for now (Alabama). GG, Georgia.
 

nakedfrog

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More nutjobery from Georgia. Just your average Republican candidate for the Senate these days. Sorry Georgia.


"Herschel Walker doesn’t deny that he held a gun to his ex-wife’s head and threatened to “blow her brains out. He just says he doesn’t remember because he has a mental illness which includes multiple personalities."

Walker also always touts his involvement in a charity which supposedly helps veterans. He doesn’t mention that, despite his claims, he didn’t found the organization, nor does he mention that it’s a for-profit agency that has been accused of preying on veterans.


Even a self-admitted violent and mentally-ill person who steals from veterans can get elected in Georgia. All he needs is the (R).
"I believe in life, it's just these other personalities in my head don't. Put your trust in me."

 
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