Landslide victory for Newsom in California

glenlogie

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I said nothing about me. I said that companies that employ educated people are not likely to decide to move to Texas given their positions on voting rights, abortion and gun control.

I would not move there and in fact would not visit.
I can tell it would make you very happy if conservative states suffered an economic downturn.
 

vibise

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So someone in New York should be able tell some one in South Dakota how to live their lives

By your standards if you lived in a state that passed a law restricting abortions you would accept it because you are in the minority.

The beauty of the Constitution it gives people with a minority opinion somewhat of a say.

And thank you for admitting you are opposed to the Constitutional way our government was construction.
We do have national standards on some things, so people in NY and SD have to meet those standards.

I do not live in a Red State and would not choose to do so, so I would not be living in a place that banned abortions.

Of course people with minority opinions should have a say, but if they cannot convince the rest of us, then their opinion does not become law.

I am in favor of Constitutional principles being held and enforced. Like the emoluments clauses, for example.
 

glenlogie

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I said nothing about me. I said that companies that employ educated people are not likely to decide to move to Texas given their positions on voting rights, abortion and gun control.

I would not move there and in fact would not visit.
There was a story about two weeks back of a restaurant owner who had a sign in his business saying people who were vaxed were not welcome. The place was so busy they ran out of food.

Let the people make a decision.
 

glenlogie

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We do have national standards on some things, so people in NY and SD have to meet those standards.

I do not live in a Red State and would not choose to do so, so I would not be living in a place that banned abortions.

Of course people with minority opinions should have a say, but if they cannot convince the rest of us, then their opinion does not become law.

I am in favor of Constitutional principles being held and enforced. Like the emoluments clauses, for example.
But you are ducking the reason why Congress has two branches
 

vibise

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I can tell it would make you very happy if conservative states suffered an economic downturn.
When some states passed voting restrictions and major sporting events were moved elsewhere, those laws were changed.
Economic pressures can be used to effect changes, but this only works if the majority of people are in favor of those changes.

If your state has an unpopular law in place that damages voting rights or interferes with the reproductive decisions of women, then those states can expect to be targeted in multiple ways, because the people will not accept what the RWers in power are pushing.
 

glenlogie

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When some states passed voting restrictions and major sporting events were moved elsewhere, those laws were changed.
Economic pressures can be used to effect changes, but this only works if the majority of people are in favor of those changes.

If your state has an unpopular law in place that damages voting rights or interferes with the reproductive decisions of women, then those states can expect to be targeted in multiple ways, because the people will not accept what the RWers in power are pushing.
And we see by the reactions towards mandates the dems are pushing, and we see you are opposed to that. Double standards
 

vibise

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And we see by the reactions towards mandates the dems are pushing, and we see you are opposed to that. Double standards
huh?
I agree that people in workplaces with others should be expected to get vaccinated, or be required to get weekly testing done.
I think people opposed to that can quit their jobs and find work in places that do not require vaccines or testing, but such places will be increasingly hard to find.
Where is the double standard?
 

glenlogie

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huh?
I agree that people in workplaces with others should be expected to get vaccinated, or be required to get weekly testing done.
I think people opposed to that can quit their jobs and find work in places that do not require vaccines or testing, but such places will be increasingly hard to find.
Where is the double standard?
Again you are dictating big brother approved options.

I see the glee in your posts to punish people who will not conform.
 
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