Should Politics Be Banned From GMG?

Started by Mirror Image, November 22, 2020, 01:35:59 PM

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Should politics be banned from GMG?

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Total Members Voted: 32

Voting closed: November 22, 2021, 01:35:59 PM


Quote from: Florestan on November 25, 2020, 09:13:00 AM
From here:

Iow, Republic supports a constitutional monarchy. Three cheers for Republic, whoever or whatever they are!   ;D

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Serious, Flo', I wouldn't make that interpretation at any of the meetings.  They'd do you a right treat, mate!   >:D

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Although I don't participate in the political threads, I voted no. I do read them. I mean, how else am I to know whom to hate?  ;)

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Quote from: Florestan on November 25, 2020, 10:02:31 AM
Somehow I never got to listen to any Monty Python. I imagine I miss a lot.

But seriously, that Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses could have been subscribed by any number of modern dictators. Ceaușescu, for instance, always claimed he was ruling on behalf of, and for, the working class which mandated him to do so at each and every nationwide congress the Communist Party held periodically.  ;D

If I hadn't already known, I would have said Karl Marx...

It's just 3 minutes, you'll broaden your horizons a little. Damn, you have me feeling sorry for you already.... :'(   ;D

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Quote from: Scion7 on November 25, 2020, 01:25:10 PM
                Graham Smith: BLOODY PEASANT!

Serious, Flo', I wouldn't make that interpretation at any of the meetings.  They'd do you a right treat, mate!   >:D

Oh, I'm sure violence is the only way they could defend their incoherent, self-contradictory doctrine.  ;D
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Quote from: MusicTurner on November 24, 2020, 11:32:20 AM
The commentator pointed to the fixation as a 'quality' with Trump, that somehow showed a genius aspect of him - seeing that opening for getting such attention.

Trump surely is a genius getting attention, but he is talented in completely wrongs things for a president while being astonishly weak at things important for a leader. As I have said for years, Trump's place is in the WWE wrestling ring feuding with Vince McMahon.
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Okay, I'm afraid we're getting off topic and many of you guys are talking about politics when there are threads dedicated to such discussion. It looks like the majority of members here don't mind political threads, so with that vote in mind, I'm now locking this thread.