Chalk this one up to another silly scheme that will not work. I'm not against public policy positions meant to call attention to things that need addressing at the city, county or even state level. But this is another attempt to cover up the failed policies touted by liberals. This action will only serve to victimize more blacks.
Is taking up permanent residency on a cruise ship a viable living situation for elderly retirees? One lady has been doing it for over 10 years with no plans to stop! Cool story.
The dude living as a woman with man bits lost his court case against poor immigrant women who refused to wax his nasties.
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