Top comments call for shifting support to third parties and purging the GOP:
"They didn't flinch when corporations got their covid payout but when it comes to helping hard working Americans, they don't care. We need to totally purge the GOP. We need a second party on our side."
Users begin accusing each other of socialism and concern trolling from other subreddits despite the thread being flairlocked:
Edit: other top-level comments begin supporting the idea of class warfare:
I'm not talking about ruining the day for the birthday boy/gal/non binary person. It ruins the party FOR ME. I came here to eat cake, and I'm sure as hell I'm not the only one that thought the cake looked delicious.
But no, an asshole thought it was funny to completely destroy the cake because of some tradition.
I have legit seen people destroying the cake with the face of someone else. And I have also seen moms or the birthday boy give pieces of what's left of the cake. The hell, I'm not eating that. It has your boogers and your dead skin all over.
Stop wasting cakes for a stupid tradition. Let me eat cake, dammit.
Ps. No, I'm not buying two cakes.
Edit: For many people confused, this is a fairly popular tradition here in Mexico and I have seen many friends choking on cream or almost getting blinded with candles. So I guess my thoughts would be unpopular here in my country lmao.
This is posted here because many people get offended by this question. I genuinely don’t understand the point of gender reveal parties.
1.) what are the point of gender reveal parties? Is it just another “look at me” type party? Before Covid, I was invited to one but I don’t care what genitalia the baby has. I declined.
2.) when did they become a “thing”? Growing up in the late 80s early 90s I never heard of such parties happening. In the past few years I hear of them being all over.
Bernie says Joe isn't doing well enough with cabinet picks. Biden's cabinet positions are generally long-term positions and a reflection of his policies and/or stances in his upcoming presidency. Many progressives believe he is not doing enough, and r/politics discusses if his picks for cabinet and policies going into the presidency are good enough, or whether Bernie's time is over.
>"Wait until he wins the election to criticize him." "Wait until he's inaugurated to criticize him." <- we are here "Wait until after his first 100 days to criticize him." "Wait until after the mid terms to criticize him." "You can't criticize him now, the general election is right around the corner."
The reason to vote for him was almost strictly to get Trump out of office. If you wanted progressive policy, progressives should've done more work in the primaries to get Sanders the nomination. Don't expect career centrist politicians to suddenly not be centrist.
[President-Elect Joe Biden needs to fight off a coup and actually get into the fucking White House before he can do shit, Bernie. What the fuck.](https://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/kf636h/sen_bernie_sanders_said_he_thinks_presidentelect/gg6ju05... keep reading on reddit ➡