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Latest revision as of 22:33, 13 May 2020

Janet Mills is the governor of Maine, and the first female governor of that State. She was programmed in far left dogma while in San Francisco and Boston universities. Pro-abortion (and forcing taxpayers to pay for it), anti-capitalist, signed assisted suicide law, renamed "Columbus Day” into “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.”, she banned conversion therapy in her state, because progressives know best.


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Mills on COVID - Mills handled COVID like any leftist asshat: she locked down the whole state if any part showed a case -- not out of need or science, but as a show of solidarity at ruining the economy and hurting small business. This of course led to backlash and protests by businesses that didn't want to be destroyed, despite few cases of COVID.


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DNC (Democratic National Committee) is the party that historically has been on the wrong side of almost every issue, while at the time and later, they lectured the public and the other side about how morally superior they are.

Now the past is no proof of the present or future. They could be right on something, lord knows the law of averages says they're due to be right, one of these times. But this isn't about that. This article is about the ways that they were 100% sure they were right in the past, but were not. And thus when they approach every issue in the present with the sanctimony of self congratulations at being on the right side of history, it helps if they're reminded of how they thought that and were wrong in the past. Not to distract or ad hominem them today, but to maybe inject enough historical reality that they can accept some reasonable compromise in the present.


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