Ryan keeps saying that polls say something that they do NOT say. He is lying.
Tell me, Ryan, how do democracies work again?
Yes, America isn't a total democracy (thank goodness), but it operates pretty close to one. Voting majorities still matter.
So why isn't it happening Ryan? I'll tell you why. The DEPTH of support among whites isn't there, but the whites who want to protect gun rights have tons of DEPTH
Ask them for a specific vote for such a legal change, and that support drops off."
I will say it again. Depth of support matters.
Guess what Ryan? A 20% gap is a fucking huge gap.
Dude, only those already in the country can be deported! So the polls contradict each-other.
No Ryan, they are better on EVERY ISSUE, & in many cases the differences were not little, but large.
Ryan has gotten tired of winning. Sad.
"Vibrantly multicultural McAllen, Texas is:
- The least educated city in America
- The 3rd most obese city in America
- Worst city in America for residents feeling unsafe"
As of 2012, just 50.6% of McAllen area adults under 25 years old had a job — the lowest rate in the country. Just 4.2% of adults ages 20 to 24 had a college degree, the fourth lowest rate of any major metro area.
"GHOSTS OF WHITE PEOPLE PAST: WITNESSING WHITE FLIGHT FROM AN ASIAN ETHNOBURB
If diversity is so important to liberal whites, why do they keep fleeing ethnically diverse suburbia?"
White people abandon diverse neighborhoods for racial, not economic reasons
The Democrat party is much more the party of the "European Revolution". The same openness that leads to both discovery & suicidal universalistic tendencies.
Don't listen to Ryan when it comes to policy ideas.
Multiculturalism doesn’t make vibrant communities but defensive ones.
And Ryan, a random youtuber, is angry that his talking points have yet to get though to the majority of the Irish.
Just think about that.
We are breaking the conditioning!
How would have that worked out? Short thread:
I bet such people could pass a staring contest.
Yet she hates white men. 🤔
"And by the end of the first week or so, I realized that I’d made a mistake. It wasn’t that Europe wasn’t beautiful; everything was just as I’d imagined it. It just wasn’t mine."
The correct way to respond to that was to ask "where's the omelet?"
What if multi-racial staring-contest democracy doesn't work out? How do you fix that once whites are in a minority?
I agree with Greg:
"Seems to me that the right thing to do would be to get real, while staying reasonably humane. Discriminate."