- Mar 24, 2014
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And whoever replaces Shelby will likely be worse.Alabama truly disappoints me honestly after electing Doug Jones, one of the best senators they've ever had, then denying him a second term in favor of some moronic football coach who hardly knows the constitution and supports the Big Lie.
So just checked and it indeed was not “legalised” until 2000 when a public vote was passed, 59.5% voting for it and 40.5% voting against.So basically proof that their stance on same sex marriage isn't really founded on morals?
I lived in Louisiana until mid-2018 (save for a 4 month stint in Texas after Hurricane Katrina), so making the transition to Alabama was pretty easy. Also, this will probably sound weird, but...I love it here and probably won't be leaving anytime soon.Idk how you do it swiftfox, I could never live there.
Mind you even as a Christian I don't see LGBT relationships and such to be a sin, but even if it was you'd think those who try to push it as such would at least cover up actual moral failings a lot better.
It's kind of like Butch Hartman. Signs are there that he is homophobic, but then he has been known to take money under false pretenses despite the "Thou shall not steal".
Small reminder that not all Christians are homophobe, considering I detested a presidential candidate here for being homophobe (and later asking "where's the pandemic?" at the beginning of it all).
Louisiana’s other Senator, John Kennedy, voted “no” on moving forward with the trial. Not a total surprise; Kennedy’s up for re-election next year, while Cassidy just won a second term and can afford to take the chance.Bill Cassidy (Who notably changed his mind regarding whether it was constitutional or not).
I wasn't talking about incursions into Saudi Arabia, I was talking about rebel assaults on Saudi positions in Yemen.I've been against Saudi Arabia's intervention in Yemen for the longest time now, but even I don't see a reason why the Saudi's shouldn't be allowed to defend themselves if there's an incursion into Saudi Arabia. Should they not be allowed to shoot down drones attacking their oil refineries?
Is already safe to say Biden's done more in his first month than his predecessor's done in four years?President Joe Biden has an average approval rating of 54.2% according to FiveThirtyEight. Noteworthy because Trump was already at majority disapproval at this point in his presidency.
People talk about how Trump has done more in 4 years than any president. The reality is he's done more damage in 4 years than any other president. He's done very few GOOD things, though President Biden has, and a handful of it has been undoing the damage Trump has done, as well as taking the pandemic seriously.Is already safe to say Biden's done more in his first month than his predecessor's done in four years?
They could invoke Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, but that might actually require that Trump be convicted first.People talk about how Trump has done more in 4 years than any president. The reality is he's done more damage in 4 years than any other president. He's done very few GOOD things, though President Biden has, and a handful of it has been undoing the damage Trump has done, as well as taking the pandemic seriously.
Also, sadly I doubt they'd have the votes to convict Trump, but is there any other way to prevent him from running in 2024?