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Bill Maher brings up some interesting points in this video.

Do you agree with him, that Red States secretly envy the Blue States, and want what the blue states have?

 

 

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3 mins ago, Jmat321 said:

He’s a 100% on point

See above. Was he on point with that too? LOL Hahahahahahahhahhahhaha..... 

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6 mins ago, Riverboat33 said:

I'd ask BM one question, If the blue areas are so vibrant and dynamic, why are they all in such debt ? 

and losing populations? 

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25 mins ago, Riverboat33 said:

I'd ask BM one question, If the blue areas are so vibrant and dynamic, why are they all in such debt ? 

I would ask him what would he eat at those fancy restaurants without food supplies by those Red states?

See all that fly over country, those are farms, dummy. You eat those pigs, cows and chickens fed by that grain.

Without those farmers and truckers, Bill would starve in a week.

Because he has no skills in basic lufe.

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If red states were blue states, there would be nowhere for blue state people to run to when they want to retire.

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Some things are so ignorant it's hard to believe they were even uttered, much less in print. This BM spewing is one of them.

Edited by Rickman

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One thing blue states need to keep their wacky legislation going: taxpayers. So as the migration patterns clearly show people moving out of the most liberal states, how do they fund the wackiness? 

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