Beto O’Rourke announces a brand new right not found in the Constitution

Jan 2014

First of all, there is not a single person in the universe driving three hours to get to a minimum wage job.

Second, if living near your job is a "right," then literally anything and everything is a right. The term has no meaning at all anymore.
Ms. Z,

LOL, reminds me of a billboard I saw getting off the train today. It showed that one zip code, 94611, had a life expectancy of 81, whereas zip code 94216 had a life expectancy of 73. It then said "your zip code shouldn't determine your life expectancy."

Right, if you are rich enough to live in a nice neighborhood, away from crime, and since you are rich, you have better health, you should feel guilty that people in poor neighborhoods don't live as long as you.

Liberal, socialist logic at its finest.
Feb 2018
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Mar 2019
In Sunday School with Hognoxious
Beto has no common sense. Forcing the rich to live with the poor. He doesn't realize that the rich people will just sell again and move out. And he'll have to force integration over and over again.
Nov 2018
Beto doesn't realize that a lot of rich people drive farther to their work. They often buy homes outside of town in rural areas where they can have more privacy and more land.
In fact, it's not just the rich who drive farther to their work. I live north of Baltimore and I 95 is always horrendous at rush hour as people, mostly middle class, are driving to Baltimore for work from the suburbs.
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Mar 2019
In Sunday School with Hognoxious
Beto doesn't have a chance of winning, but he's not a lot different from the other extremists

He's a wacko, is saying anything and everything he can to get recognition, and he's becoming more pathetic as the days go on.
Beto and Liz Warren both have a strong weirdo factor going on with them. Somehow she's doing well right now.
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