Reddit Reddit reviews People's Republic

We found 9 Reddit comments about People's Republic. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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9 Reddit comments about People's Republic:

u/Williamfoster63 · 10 pointsr/forwardsfromgrandma

What's really odd to me is that I can't imagine that the typical Trump supporter thinks that a lush, urban, minimally auto-friendly city would be their paradise. I'm imagining more of a cinematic wild-west type of homesteading, gun toting, rural locale with copious police presence and a lot of emphasis on masculinity would be more their speed. I mean, that's how Kurt Schlicter seems to see the kind of conservative utopia at least.

u/Muskaos · 7 pointsr/KotakuInAction

From there:

> "Conservatives are big pussies when their views are challenged in the media they consume (games, NFL, etc). They don't care if it's something they agree with."

The fuck we are, our opinions are challenged by literally every institution of note around us.

We get pissed when fuckheads like this snarky NeoGAF ass hole brings their snarky crap into sports because we are using sports as a way to find a moment of peace.

You know, after reading that sparkling gem of a comment, and reading the rest of them, I don't want dialog with people that disconnected from reality. I'm tired of dealing with people like that.

I want a divorce. (See this book:

u/mnemosyne-0002 · 2 pointsr/KotakuInAction

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u/beholdtheflesh · 1 pointr/The_Donald

This article is pure gold

And the columnist's novels look like great reads as well. Looks like I will be checking it out

u/Wadka · 1 pointr/askaconservative
u/Jagarippy · 1 pointr/politics

How the hell is this site STILL not blacklisted from here? This isn't an article, it's an advertisement.

>The Democrats of all stripes seem intent on creating the hellish nightmare I describe in my action-packed yet highly amusing novels about the United States’ split into red and blue countries, People's RepublicIndian Countryand Wildfire. These quality tomes are hated by liberals and the sad Loser Boat crew from the failed Weekly Standard as “Appalling,” so you need no further validation.

u/DeadlyOwlTraps · 1 pointr/scifi

Sounds like "People's Republic" to me.