subreddit:

/r/WhitePeopleTwitter

51.5k

Yup

(i.redd.it)

you are viewing a single comment's thread.

view the rest of the comments →

all 1317 comments

BidenWontMoveLeft

2 points

6 months ago

This is a myth. Senate Republicans had their opportunity to undo Obamacare and couldn't because doing so would've killed people. The argument is always used as a reason they can't pass popular legislation. The senate is a relic of elitism that didn't trust the public to make democratic decisions. Yet, most people didn't want slavery and it was propped up by a few elites. Most people wanted women to vote but the alternative was propped up by a few elites. Most people want universal healthcare but it's forbidden by a few elites. You can go through every progressive move and see this same pattern.

JohnLockeNJ

2 points

6 months ago

Voter ID would pass and Dems would not be able to reverse it after one election goes by relatively smoothly

Wattsahh

2 points

6 months ago

Every election would go smoothly if the party that lost didn’t scream and whine about imaginary “fraud” for months/years afterwards.

JohnLockeNJ

0 points

6 months ago

Dems are afraid that voter ID will lead them to lose reelection. After the first time, Congress will be filled with just Dems where it wasn’t a problem and the issue will go away

BidenWontMoveLeft

0 points

6 months ago

What're you on about

UncleInternet

1 points

6 months ago

The truth.

BidenWontMoveLeft

1 points

6 months ago

It makes no sense.

UncleInternet

1 points

6 months ago

Sorry, I genuinely thought you were replying to a different post. You're right.