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    Now more people than ever will see it.

    Where are the Trump "free speech" warriors now?
    I got nary problem with it airing. Those coffins belong to that sucker Biden.

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    New Poll shows Abbott's hard right turn is unpopular,

    Matthew McConaughey leads him by 9 points

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/202...m-by-10-points
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    I got nary problem with it airing. Those coffins belong to that sucker Biden.
    yep.
    600K dead due to cancer in Trumps 1st year.
    Using your reasoning 100%.
    You can dip, dodge, weave and duck all you want.

    It's yours.

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    As long as he does the skateboard thing again...

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    New Poll shows Abbott's hard right turn is unpopular,

    Matthew McConaughey leads him by 9 points

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/202...m-by-10-points

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    Republican reform of public corruption prosecution has led mostly to home-cooking and impunity

    The previous state-funded Public Integrity Unit housed in the Travis County District Attorney’s Office was dismantled in 2015, following allegations it was politicizing prosecutions. State lawmakers aimed to reform the system by moving state public corruption investigations to the Department of Public Safety’s Texas Rangers and prosecuting accused officials in their home counties rather than Travis County.


    Though the sea change in Public Integrity Unit prosecutions didn’t fundamentally alter how Snowden’s case was handled, the former Bastrop County commissioner’s indictment and prosecution do exemplify most public corruption cases processed under the new system.


    Now six years later, an investigation by the Texas Observer and KXAN has found prosecutions of statewide public officials for corruption are nearly non-existent. Since 2015, the Rangers have investigated a handful state-level elected leaders, but few have been charged.
    https://www.texasobserver.org/home-c...texas-capital/

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    Republican reform of public corruption prosecution has led mostly to home-cooking and impunity

    https://www.texasobserver.org/home-c...texas-capital/
    With No Warning, House Republicans Vote to Gut Independent Ethics Office

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/02/u...cs-office.html

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    "The Republican Party’s core rottenness—

    its dishonesty, corruption, pettiness, racism—

    is the defining political fact of our time."

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/9/18/2053094/-Brian-Beutler-explains-why-Republican-elites-are-deliberately-anti-vaxx-and-more
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    Did Greg Abbott muscle UT to cancel a critical TV ad?

    More per se Republican censorship, tbh.


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    Did Greg Abbott muscle UT to cancel a critical TV ad?

    More per se Republican censorship, tbh.

    snowflakes

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    Did Greg Abbott muscle UT to cancel a critical TV ad?

    More per se Republican censorship, tbh.

    That Newsom fellow in California has that beat by a jugful...Newsom/68,000 CALIFORNIANS ARE DEAD

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    Did Greg Abbott muscle UT to cancel a critical TV ad?

    More per se Republican censorship, tbh.

    I'd bet his cronies on the Board of Regents probably did it.

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    I'd bet his cronies on the Board of Regents probably did it.
    yep, prolly so

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    Feds investigating the TEA for for preventing schools from meeting the needs of diabled students

    The federal government is investigating the Texas Education Agency after deeming that its guidance prohibiting mask mandates in schools last week may be “preventing school districts in the state from considering or meeting the needs of students with disabilities.”


    The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights launched the investigation on Tuesday, just days after the TEA quietly updated its public health guidance. On Friday, the state agency said that school districts once again can’t require face coverings, citing that courts are not blocking Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order prohibiting local mask mandates.
    https://www.texastribune.org/2021/09...on-department/

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    Did Greg Abbott muscle UT to cancel a critical TV ad?

    More per se Republican censorship, tbh.

    projectlincoln

    Todays libs smh

    although I'm happy they are on your side now tbh

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    #StillWithHim

    #TheBiggestLoser

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    Shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Bill Kristol

    lol whinehole

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    Texans support mask mandates in schools

    Half of all respondents thought that masks should be required in all K-12 schools,

    with another quarter of respondents saying that the decision should be left up to individual school districts



    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/educ...ler-poll-finds

    So Abbutt is WRONG according to Texans

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    These Companies Are Publicly Opposing Texas' Abortion Law

    Over 50 companies on Tuesday released a statement in opposition to Texas' controversial new abortion law,

    The businesses, which include technology, venture capital, retail and consulting firms, have a combined workforce of more than 322,000 employees,

    "Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health, independence, and economic stability of our workers and customers," the statement says.

    "We stand against policies that hinder people's health, independence and ability to fully succeed in the workplace."

    Lyft,
    Bumble,
    Yelp,
    Glossier,
    Patagonia,
    Asana,
    Vice Media Group,
    Box Inc.,
    Ben & Jerry's,
    Madewell,
    Atlassian,
    Everlane and
    Earth Equity.

    its organizers say it is meant to show that the Texas abortion law and similar restrictions can cause economic harm by making it difficult for employers to recruit out-of-state people,

    "Simply put, policies that restrict reproductive health care go against our values and are bad for business.

    It impairs our ability to build diverse and inclusive workforce pipelines,

    recruit top talent across states, and

    protect the well-being of all the people who keep our businesses thriving day in and out,"

    "The economic losses from existing abortion restrictions, including labor force impact and earnings, already cost the State of Texas an estimated $14.5 billion annually.

    Nationally, state-level restrictions cost state economies $105 billion per year,"

    Some companies, including Starbucks and Microsoft, declined to participate

    a majority of Americans (54 percent) disagree with the new ban.

    https://www.newsweek.com/these-compa...on-law-1631226

    looks any national politics for Abbutt is not an option

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    Shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Bill Kristol

    lol whinehole
    you voted for Trump

    twice

    rube

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    Bill Kristol is a miracle of failing up.

    Never got a prediction right, always had the worst take, never lost his media sinecure.

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    occasionally even a blind pig finds the acorn, i guess

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