What town was that?
You forgot to mention that everyone watches Bill O'Reilly on TV.
@InternetGuy I lived in a number of towns where this stuff happened; mainly just north of Louisville in rural Clark County and south of Indianapolis in Monroe and Morgan Counties. Namely, Martinsville, New Washington, Sellersburg and Bloomington.
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Really? That would never happen in NYC!
Your profile picture says New York City, it’s a purple state, I live in manhattan, and people will judge you for being gay, or a liberal.
@Year3000 New York is mostly blue. Mayor and governor. They need to get kicked out for destroying the city and state.
A lot of states are much more democratic than us and they aren’t destroyed. I agree that Cuomo, and De Blasio, suck though but not all dems are as incompetent as them.
I actually think that a lot of the problems in New York City happens because it’s too right wing, coronavirus lockdown, 9/11 because of lack of security, homelessness because of lack of safety net, and welfare, Rikers Island failing, etc.
@Year3000 I disagree but okay.
NYC is a Christian, pro life, no social security, shithole, homeless people allowed to roam the streets. This doesn’t happen in left wing places like the UK, Netherlands, Australia.
@Year3000 What? It's the opposite. Republican policy lets rich people who run businesses to hire workers which is majority of the middle class aka working class. And part of their services goes to help poor people gain education and skills to work. Democratic policy is about taking money from the rich forcing them to lay off workers or shut down businesses. That leads to unemployment for part of the middle / working class. And that tax money goes to the state and some to homeless, but not enough for education and skills. Plus, what do rich people do when states want to take more money from them? They leave. The state loses that tax money all together and pressures the middle / working class into paying higher wages. And don't forget that some of them are unemployed. That destroys production and lifestyle in cities. Suburbs and towns tend to have better living conditions thanks to republican policies.
I do. I also know of other intricacies such as an introverted blue person in red state without highly dense blue areas still may not have notable experiences to mention due to their introversion. But people don't list the insignificant intricacies and edge cases to their questions because it's nearly always a waste of time.
Plus the whole blue state and red states topic is falling apart. You know many so called red states already made weed legal and banned conversion therapy?
You know that not all red people agree with one another?
Like Young vs Old
Whether they're old or young, people can both be on the right side of the spectrum and still disagree with one another. It doesn't matter what age or generation they're from, conservatives can disagree with conservatives, so there's no surprise that some red states have done something that other red states wouldn't do.
You know that Utah made weed legal and banned conversion therapyAlaska is very liberal for a red state
That's precisely what I'm saying. I'm not sure if you're reading the words that I'm typing.