r/WhitePeopleTwitter May 26 '23

Something something SiLeNt MaJoRiTy

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u/Zealousideal_Fuel_23 May 26 '23

2004 election was held during the 4 months that the Iraq War appeared to be going well.


u/Lady_von_Stinkbeaver May 26 '23


The Swiftboaters were such a crock of shit that Republicans were even using it to mean slandering your opponent just a few years later.


u/friendfromsp May 26 '23 edited May 27 '23

He wasn't the worst president in history. At least two other Republicans were worse (Reagan, Trump)

Edit: see, the fun part was I said at least two other Republicans. They have made horrible presidents so many times that of course there would be more.


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u/samlastname May 27 '23

I'm with you on Jackson and Johnson but can you elaborate on

Wilson: Literally every single foreign policy entanglement America presently strains under and that it had strained under over the past over a hundred years now can be traced back to how this fucklenut conducted himself about WWI

Not saying I disagree or anything--I'm not super into US history so I don't know what you're referring to and I'm interested. I can sort of see how the League of Nations could be interpreted as the beginning of a new age of Western control over the world, but maybe you're thinking more specifically?


u/PatchNotesPro May 27 '23

Each republican 'public servant' since the 60s has knowingly accelerated the world's destruction through climate change.