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16 hours ago, JN01 said:

The cause of many groups these days is the destruction of capitalism, the end of free speech, retribution against anyone that doesn't completely agree with them (especially if they are white), and replacing law and order with anarchy.  Why would any sane individual help them in that cause?  

While I completely agree with you that there are people at the top of these movements or funding them from hidden boardrooms, those are the people manipulating the situation and the average citizen.  Fighting them requires different tactics.  Exposing them has marginal benefit, but choking off their supply of fuel (i.e. voters) has tangible results.

To do that, it is often helpful to look at what is motivating the average voter to cast their ballot one way or the other.  Typically we don't have to look much farther than a stop at Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and start by looking at the bottom two layers.

 

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There is a reason why the Democrat party has historically passed policy that keeps poor people poor.  They've also historically passed policy that keeps black and brown communities subjugated and dependent upon the government.  The Left knows that it can generate a steady stream of voters, generation after generation, by simultaneously creating and fostering hopeless conditions while also acting as a savior by providing food, water, warmth and false promises of safety and security.

After they nailed-down the most efficient and effective ways of doing that, the Left [Socialists is also an appropriate description] turned its sights on the middle and upper classes by focusing on the top three layers.  Leftists and Socialists have worked tirelessly since the 1960's, at the very least, to infiltrate and dominate our systems of education and the entertainment industries.  By doing so, they've made Leftist and Socialist ideals "en vogue" and then allowed the basic human needs of belongingness and prestige take over and suck people in.  It's popular to be a Biden supporter even though a ton of them can't tell you what his platforms are or why they voted for him without referring to Trump or the Trump Administration.  All they know is what pop-culture and popular society icons have spoon fed them:  Inaccurate, outright lies, or not.

I lump the media into the entertainment industry, by the way.  I think we're all adult enough to know by now that the media stopped being in the "News" business a long, long time ago.

 

At the very top of that pyramid you have the parasites of Leftist / Socialist culture.  They're the ones calling the shots and profiting from it all.  These are the politicians, the captains of industry, the social icons.  These are the ones who fly around on private jets (government funded or otherwise), have fat bank accounts (while preaching about the 1%), and benefit by creating and continuing the cultures of addiction that subjugates the people who care most about the bottom two layers of Maslow's pyramid.

Like all parasites, there really is only way good way to handle them.  Choke off their resources.  Choke off their supply of "food".  Apply the poisons of truth and exposure, expose them to the purifying light of the sun, and cause them to die off.

 

So, back to my original point:

If you want to reach the voter, consider what motivates them.  The vast majority of people who vote Democrat are good folks.  They are your neighbors, your friends, your colleagues at work.  They are the single moms and single dads who are trying to make ends meet, put food on their tables, a roof over their heads, and are praying to God that a paycheck is in their future somewhere.

Reach those people.  Help them find or create an alternative to the "free stuff" that the Left wants them addicted to.  No person is more free than one who is self-reliant.

 

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15 hours ago, btq96r said:

Not as such...Manchin has a pretty consistent record of voting how he wants.  This is his % against the party by seated Congress (2yr blocks) since 2015.

"Sen. Manchin voted against a majority of Senate Democrats 134 times (27.2%) in the 114th Congress (2015-16). The average Senate Democrat voted against his or her party 6.1% of the time."

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Nothing gun related gets through unless he'll support it.  He's probably okay with background checks, ending non-FFL sales, and would let a debate over a registry happen, but I doubt he'd vote for it or an AWB.

How many of those were major laws and actions like I stated?

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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch used a February 20, 2021, editorial to suggest President Joe Biden could make the left’s gun control dreams come true.

The editorial opened with:

Three years ago last Sunday, a gunman opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17. The deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history mobilized students and others to demand sane national gun policy, only to be thwarted by an obstinate Republican Party in the thrall of the National Rifle Association. If the Biden administration and the new Democrat-dominated Congress do nothing else in the coming two years, it’s crucial they institute universal background checks and other rational reforms.

Ironically, universal background checks would not have prevented the Parkland shooting, yet the Post-Dispatch editorial board lists such checks as a “rational” response.

In fact, universal background checks would not have prevented the overwhelming majority of mass public attacks that occurred over the last decade, because the attackers acquired their guns at retail via background checks.

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4 hours ago, Darrell said:

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch used a February 20, 2021, editorial to suggest President Joe Biden could make the left’s gun control dreams come true.

The editorial opened with:

Three years ago last Sunday, a gunman opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killing 17. The deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history mobilized students and others to demand sane national gun policy, only to be thwarted by an obstinate Republican Party in the thrall of the National Rifle Association. If the Biden administration and the new Democrat-dominated Congress do nothing else in the coming two years, it’s crucial they institute universal background checks and other rational reforms.

Ironically, universal background checks would not have prevented the Parkland shooting, yet the Post-Dispatch editorial board lists such checks as a “rational” response.

In fact, universal background checks would not have prevented the overwhelming majority of mass public attacks that occurred over the last decade, because the attackers acquired their guns at retail via background checks.

I think we all know what "Rational Response" thaey really want.  This is simply a stepping stone.

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