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"justin canoe" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Channel 33

"He was the next one it seemed like they had all their all their index cards setup for only the top tier candidates to to be involved in the debate but then every so often often just like somebody's name would light up in front of them. They had a direct in like an existing question towards that person it'd be it'd be talking about a very an issue. That's very specific Joe Biden Jordan and then it would just be like and what's your response Congressman Gabbard you know and she was she involved in this conversation. It was interesting because I thought Democrats threats the field as a whole had a better night tonight than they did last night last night felt it was sort of filled with gag candidates and tonight even the sort of outer tier candidates Ed moments even been even Blasios also Jay Inslee. <hes> vainly seemed a lot more <hes> serious a lot more. You're likable a lot more. <hes> I mean he had the Rick Perry glasses on. He definitely like tone down his presentation a little bit <hes>. I don't know if he's he's not particularly more of a serious serious candidate but he certainly I didn't leave tonight saying like how was this man ever elected governor. No which I think I thought during the during the first round it was interesting like when they were talking about immigration yeah this line where he said we've just got to get the white nationalist out of the White House. We can argue about immigration policy but let's also just let's also do this trump as a white national yeah. This is a here's the problem for immigration policy. The president is a racist yeah. <hes> I thought that was really powerful. Alex parine on twitter says inslee blesses archie ignore every every question on which he cannot distinguish himself and just talk climate quote. I am probably not going to heal. America's Racial Divide Arctic Sea ice extent is it low is at record heard loans. That's not a bad not a bad strategy at all. No how about Kirsten Gillibrand who she had an interesting night right in the sense that she seems to be doing what Beto O'Rourke was doing last night yeah which is she's running the front runner campaign even though she's not a front runner <hes> which is sort of a an interesting move what you make of her evening when she got a good amount of screen time <hes> she she urged the time to speak <hes> she thought I mean I don't even know what to say. I felt like she comported herself pretty well but she just didn't add up to that much to me. You know I I spoke before a better a better purported pragmatism. I continued to not know exactly what the argument for using Gillibrand as I guess that's reflected getting a lot of the polling I mean I don't know the back and forth <hes> with with Biden and then with the moderators who you know I guess didn't follow up on that to her liking. Taking that was memorable. There is the throwaway line about the first thing she do is clorox the Oval Office and the second thing she would do is what address climate change yeah yeah after <hes> after breaking out the clorox the whole bit about this Biden op-ed which if you read Justin Canoe who was a democratic <hes> the house candidate Tennessee says Jill Brooke questions was what did you mean when you said when a woman works outside the home it results in deterioration of the family <hes> canoe says says this is not what Biden said he opposed a child care tax break for families above a certain income and beyond that David if you're looking at twitter during the debate Jila brand broke out this attack in Iowa earlier yeah so it gave Biden was not waylaid in.

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"And if that they're voting against the programs, which could help rule Tenessee. So those are the big races. I'm looking at right now, we want we want bread is into win and we want Justin canoe to win. Yes. Some and then what what's going to be next for you after tomorrow. What do you think? Well, let's say right after tomorrow, I'm going to wait for two days. I think I'm gonna collapse. Really today's what my plans are is to continue visit them, I am I I enjoy environmentalism. So we have a battery plant come into quarks Ville, which will add pollution to our area, Clarksville, Tennessee, and Gumri county is one of the most polluted counties in the entire country. We have that distinction. Yes. Okay. Now, we have a battery plant coming to our city, which will even make more pollution in our city. So we have a meeting tonight discussing it with the city council. Commissioners that particular issue will be all next on my end to either fight or hold them accountable. So if you can't win an issue your next job is to hold people accountable. And that's what I'm my main message to people who are voting tomorrow will be is your candidate does not win. Do not take that as a loss. You work hard to hold them accountable to your values to evaluate of the people of your state that he's the people in your district. You hold them accountable for taking care of people that is your next job. And and not just. The people that maybe you disagree with. If if the person you vote in and the person, you agree with with you, also hold them accountable. Use the next two years making sure that they uphold the values that they ran on. So that's going to be my job and the next two years. Right. Absolutely. Well, Amanda, thank you so much for speaking. With me. Maybe we'll have you back on after the election to to talk a little more depth. But I I'm really excited about everything that's going on in Tennessee this year. I think he goes really can ask I for having only Kelly, and I hope you have a wonderful day. Thanks you too. Thanks for listening to to broads talking politics. Are theme song is called. Are. You listening off of the album elephant shaped trees by the band, immune ary, and we're using it with permission of the band our logo and other original artwork is by Matthew Westland and was created for use by this podcast..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Tom hutler. Florida has become an epicenter of the nation's polarizing political battles estate has transformed. What used to be relatively bland midterm elections focused on taxes education and insurance into a proxy battle between Republican President Trump and his democratic opponents each side scrambling to push its strongest supporters to the voting booth in the final days leading up to the election. Tennessee, Democrats they face an uphill battle to win three US house seats from the Republicans on Tuesday, but they hope to lay the groundwork for future gains in district seven targeting undecided. Suburban voters says democrat Justin canoe faces Republican Mark green canoe a film producer and former amazing race contested who favors expanding Medicaid green. A state Senator and former army doctor who helped block Republican governor Bill has lemons at Medicaid expansion plan time. Eleven forty-six. They want to throw rocks at our military. Our military fights back. We're going to consider it. I tell them considered a rifle President Trump yesterday said the White House is finalizing plans to require migrants to present themselves lawfully at a point of entry and that huge sign a comprehensive executive order sometime next week with me on the KOMO Newsline. ABC's Karen Travers at the White House. He talked about things like invasion, rough guys and the aforementioned comments about rock-throwers, lots of raise eyebrows. Over their second remarks yesterday. Yeah. And and push back, and there has been as the president has ramped up his rhetoric on the issue. He's certainly been criticized for what people are scare tactics to try and drive out voters by talking about this is a national emergency with the White House calls a border crisis yesterday, the president made his closing argument explicitly clear, he said at a rally in Missouri. If you don't want America to be overrun by massive of illegal aliens, and giant caravans, you better Republican couldn't be more simple and clear to the president than that. And yesterday's promise. A new executive order which he says he's finalizing but would like to see out and ready to go next week and this would crackdown on people seeking political asylum right now under the law you can apply for asylum. No matter where you come in or how you get into this country under the president's new plan you'd have to come in lawfully through a point of entry. So that would narrow this down quite a bit. And it would. Certainly be challenged in court. He also mentioned yesterday that there are a lot of rough guys in his caravan. And that he wants this for the security of women, and it seemed like, of course, he's got a noted weakness when it comes to women in his base that maybe he was reaching out to them through that comment as well. Perhaps, you know things. This is good for them. And that women want this issue to be dealt with a lot of these claims that the president has made he hasn't provided evidence to back it up criminals. They middle easterners guys in this. When you know, the reports from our people who've been traveling with these migrants for some time, it is largely made up of families. They're worse than skirmishes in one caravan that we've seen with Mexican security officials, but certainly the language the president has used is intended to drive up concerns about this as a way to drive out Republican voters. Finally, he continues on the campaign trail heading up to the midterms. What's he got going today? It will be in West Virginia in Indiana today to states or he has a lot of support. And where there are democratic senators who are up in tough reelection battles. Joe Manchin in West Virginia, Joe Donnelly in Indiana, look for the president to make illegal immigration, a centerpiece of his closing argument care and have a great weekend. Thanks so much for the update weekend. ABC's Karen Travers at the White House. A rare rebuke to President Trump for the former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff regarding the use of force against migrants at the border ABC's. Lana Zak reports from Washington general Martin Dempsey, the former chairman of the joint chiefs is tweeting a rebuke to President Trump writing quote, a wasteful deployment of overstretched soldiers and marines would be made much worse. They use force disproportional to the threat they face they won't on Thursday. Mr. Trump said military force could be engaged if any of the migrants throw rocks saying they should consider rocks. The same as a rifle. But under the law that troops are only supposed to offer logistical support for the border patrol. Lana Zak ABC news, Washington. Komo news time eleven fifty. Let's check in Athy propel insurance business update desk and get a look at your money now. Jennifer Kushinka, Starbucks shares of nearly ten percent after the coffee chain delivered its strongest quarterly sales gain in more than a year. Four percent. Same store sales growth in it's critical home market beat expectations. China-based? Ecommerce giant Alibaba reported quarterly earnings beat expectations net income rose. Thirteen percent to two point nine billion dollars. If you're trying to hang onto your cash when you're in a casino, try to stay away from the flashing lights. New research finds that stimulation such as lights and exciting jingles and courage gamblers to take more risks adding to the growing body of research on tactics both casinos and retailers use to get people to spend money. A university of British Columbia study found that sensory cues can stimulate negative behavior continuing to play a game. Even when the risk of losing was. 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"justin canoe" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on WLAC

"Betrayed because she wasn't. She was using the name China to be American Indian, you know, just to. To rise above and and it wasn't meant to be and take the benefits away from the American Indians. Yes. Along to them you go to college Halloween party dressed as a native American. You're gonna get a stern letter. Maybe be suspended from the university for cultural appropriation. You wear a sombrero to fraternity party. You're going to be denounced for racist. Accommodation or collusion and corruption and and taking over their cultural identity, and here you've got Elizabeth Warren who not only culturally appropriate, she profited from it, and it was all ally and on a college campus where all these college professors that are just apoplectic if some sorority girl dresses up in the hot Indian outfit. Silent. Does that help us? I would never want to see Elizabeth Warren dressed up in the hot Indian outfit. In any of it. Michael, Patrick, layhee rights. Also in addition to the tennis start as he started dot com. In addition to the Tennessee star report, he's got like twelve jobs. You wonder why some people are unemployed in this country? It's because Michael he has twelve jobs and other people can't even get one one of his jobs is writing for Breitbart and has a great piece up not not really kind of targeting Elizabeth Warren for her fake claims of native American heritage. But because of the real heritage she has of one of her ancestors who actually rounded up and drove the Cherokees out of Tennessee to Oklahoma, Tennessee connection here her great, great, great grandfather that would make her. He she's a one thirty-second descendant of this fellow Jonathan Crawford. He is opposed to one thousand twenty four. She's she's got much more. Her DNA. Three percent comes from this. Jonathan crawford. Her great-great-great herded Cherokees down the trail of tears to Oklahoma. Well, and we actually have evidence there is an evidentiary documentary chain five generation backs from Elizabeth Warren to Jonathan Crawford who was married in eighteen nineteen to ole c Smith Sarah Smith in Bledsoe county, that's near Athens. Athens mcminn county right next to it on that pathway between Chattanooga Knoxville, exactly. And so we have a copy of the muster roll from eighteen thirty six eighteen thirty seven in which Jonathan Crawford was a private in captain, Richard E Waterhouse's. Core and part part which was part of the general are dunlap's. Brigade. And they were rounding up Cherokee for the trail of tears, and he even signed a letter that's was in a report from the secretary of war submitted to the same United States Senate. Where Elizabeth Warren is right now he signed a letter and said, hey, this is the guy that you should pick to be the new head of the Cherokee roundup squat. And by the way, for our liberal Democrat snowflake listeners who may have stumbled on the dial two to where we are. When Michael Patrick layhee refers to the muster roll, it is muster roll. It is a a listing of the people that are in that particular militia in that particular group not a mustard role. It has nothing to do with the food. Just want to explain that to our liberal millennial Democrats snowflake listeners that might have stumbled in here now so from the trail of tears to the trail of take our stuff, we've got this enclave of people coming up from Honduras, New Mexico on the. To the US to get our stuff. And and then we'll have no no problem with this. You've got this African American woman running for governor down in Georgia who wants wants to legals here to vote for Democrats. The Democrats look at this. This trail of take our stuff coming this way and see voters we we as reasonable people see their they're an invading force coming to take our stuff that we earned that we've worked for and that they just want to take and get the easy way. And this is how liberal stake, they they want to be able to have our stuff be given to those that they want to receive it. They don't want to give their stuff. But because we know they really down deep don't wanna be hypocrites. They don't want to be liars. They they don't want to be frauds way way down deep. I want us to help them out. In nashville. We have some very liberal neighborhoods. Now, they're not all liberals living in those neighborhoods. But if you see a neighborhood that has a lot of Phil Bredesen's signs a lot of Karl dean signs, we need we need to take care of the poor people here. I mean there are people in north Nashville. There are people in east Nashville who are poor who don't have as much stuff. And and you've got these liberals with these Phil Bredesen's, and Jim Cooper and Karl dean signs in their yards. And I'm sure they don't lock their doors, and they don't have fences because that would be a barrier to letting people come in on invited. So I think we need to find you maybe go get some buses and help move people from the poor portions of Nashville who don't have much and drive them and drop them off in front of these Bredesen's dean. Cooper homes. So that they can go in start eating out of their refrigerators lounge on the couch maybe occupied the upstairs bedroom. Start looking in the closets picking out clothes that are better than theirs. And of course, once they're in your house, you you can't kick them out because that's that's the immigration policy that Democrats and liberals embrace wants during your house. You've also got to provide for their college education. You've got to put their kids on your on your your health insurance and provide all your stuff to them. And and I know the problem right now is the poor people in Nashville don't know where these rich liberals live, and I just think for our purposes, we need to start taking pictures getting the address of these homes that have the Bredesen's and and Cooper and dean signs in front of them. And that's kind of a welcome here to the trail of take our stuff that we can create here in Nashville where thousands of poor people the national can go right into these liberal neighborhoods and right into these homes and take their stuff because that's what Liberal Democrats would want to happen. Right. Well, I think you know. Elizabeth Warren could follow in her ancestor's footsteps and she can help round up. The Honduran caravan folks, right and bring him here to Tennessee take him right into parts of Greenhills. Yeah. There there. I was I was over in in part of Franklin last night. You would think Franklin would be a pretty a pretty conservative area Williamson county. But now there's these enclaves of of where liberals have moved here from other places. And yeah, they've got their Bredesen's and Karl dean signs as well. And Justin canoe all these liberal hypocrites. It's just the poor people don't know where to go, and we need to help them and the best thing again, you know, if if you're if you're poor or if you know poor people or are you see a homeless guy on the street today. Don't get don't give him five dollars to go buy whiskey. Take him and drop him off in front of one of the houses that you can find that has a Bredesen's Cooper and Karl dean sign and just say go on in and you probably don't even have to knock. But when they opened the door just walk on in because they're not gonna kick you out. They're not going to call the police because that would be law enforced. Protecting their borders, and they don't want that. So it we don't even have to. I guess move these people if we'll just direct them to if you wanna take people's stuff that have more than you. Here's the people that will let you do it. You know, I think we're going to have to reevaluate how people perceive Steve Gill as they thought you were a mean conservative. I want to help poor piece. You are you are a helper. This is a roadmap to success a roadmap to prosperity just find those houses that have a Bredesen's sign and by the way, I'm not advocating violence by any stretch. They shouldn't even have their doors. Locked much less at gate or a fence in front of them. It does try to strike me out as I drive down Franklin road south to a Williamson county, and I see these big mansions on Franklin road that have the Bredesen's Cooper and and dean signs in front of and they have fences around their homes, these big high fences and walls. I bet Taylor swift has a has a fence around her home. I bet she locks her doors at night. So inappropriate to show that kind of of of restriction of letting people come in and take their stuff. Well, perhaps at the very end of the trail of take our stuff leads to Taylor SWIFT's residents here in Nashville, but by the way, if you're poor and you're looking for those places to go get free stuff because liberals want you to take it again, I'm not advocating crime criminality and crime. But you know, if you're a criminal the houses with those Bredesen's dean. Cooper signs. They probably don't have a gun because they're anti second amendment and gun scare them. So if you're going to go do a home invasion. My my advice to criminals that emergency..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

13:15 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Out is pointing out something. We were talking about this CNN poll that has cruise up by seventy seven. Did you see the methodology details? No, I didn't this poll. Twenty-five percent. Democrats twenty-five percent Republicans and fifty percent independence who honestly thinks. That's the makeup of the Texas voters. Fifty percent independent. I don't think so either please see this is please. This is hardly reflection of Texas voting demo more like forty five thirty twenty-five GOP them. India? I wouldn't have to agree with you on that too. And I was looking here to John Oates from hall and Oates is going to do a fundraiser here in the Nashville area for district seven democratic congressional candidate. Justin canoe is that we pronounce his name is canoe K E N E W. I'm not making fun of the is it canoe. Or is it came new? I don't know. Anyway as running against Mark green. That's Marsha Blackburn old seat. And just and if you don't know about him he is a writer. Producer. And he was also a two time contested on the amazing race with. Zev glass and Berg, the first amazing racer ever on the autism. Spectrum. Zev was the amazing. Justin was the race as likes to say there recently named among the twenty five most unforgettable teams of all time, but he's a songwriter of some sorts, isn't he? I think so it doesn't end his bio doesn't say anything he's written. But I think that's I think that's the case. Anyway, John notes of all notes is gonna come to a fundraiser for him and other performers include. And I didn't know this. Walter Egan lives in Franklin. I had no idea. Magnin steal. You. Remember that? Yeah. I love that song. So, but he's obviously a big lib. So they're getting their friends together. And they're going to have a big benefit for the canoe. Yeah. The big canoe launch the canoe it. I think it's gonna be what it's called. Country songwriter musician Bill, Lloyd. Yeah, he's a big lifting the sisters, man. I don't know about them. Yeah. I've seen the sisters, man. He's rather tragic Bill Lloyd is a great musician. Yeah. They are guitars. Todd sharp familiar with Todd sharp. Not really, okay, he's toured with Rod Stewart, Bonnie Raitt an air Clapton. And that's basically it. So they're gonna have fifty bucks each and it's on canoes Facebook page, so you go so he's bringing in he's bringing in the left musicians. So how long before Alec Baldwin will be here, folks? Becoming outlive. Bob Alec Baldwin Arnold's than why just wait till he cut all can't wait for that appearance. Can you tell me either it is going to be so much fun? Let's see to pick a fight with trace Adkins. Oh. I want to be there for I would like to see that. A Q U. Now back to the phones is embracing. Yes, it is embracing you're up next to the Phil Valentine show Embry. How are you? I'm super what's on your mind. I just wanted to get back to what you were talking about men and women's sports. And there was one that you didn't mention that. I thought you might be interested in if the guy name failing. Fox. Mixed martial arts as a woman and guess beats on these women. I mean, he just destroys it is that that's my girl on the beat up a Ronda Rousey, or whatever name is. And now, I think she's the only real women. Okay. Now, this guy he doesn't find USA. I think it's called pride breath a woman's wrist. I think you broke a woman's jaw. It's pretty crazy stuff. They let them do. Oh, I know it in debates only gonna get worse because you know, there's some guys out there who would really love to play professional basketball. But they know that they they aren't quite good enough to make it in the NBA. And so all you gotta do is put on a dress and playing the WNBA who's gonna stop them. That's it. Yeah. Right. Briefs very much. Yeah. We really is. It's gotten ridiculous. Because really what are you going to say to them? Okay. Identify as a woman. So I'm playing the WNBA. And then it's it's at some point somebody's gonna you're not on. No. This is crazy and we're gonna yeah. We've been trying to tell you that. So where is the line for crazy? Well, here's the deal. Folks. You got an any you go over here. You got an hour you go over here. All right. Hotdogs on this side buns on the other. I mean, this is the way you separate it. I mean, it's just ridiculous. Now, I understand there's some folks very few who were born with extra plumbing as it were. But that is certainly not. I mean what what percentage of people? Do you think are born like that one hundredth or maybe one thousand of one percent? Well, we got folks running around now wanting to use the women's bathroom that are dudes with a five o'clock shadow and Harry legs. And the you know, and you know, what they're up to they want to get into women's bathroom as we've already seen. So they can slide a phone under the stall or whatever and nobody wants to stop him. Because all my gosh, they identify you dinovite. We'll by a dentist is the king of England. Oh, here's something else. Speaking of see as we segue and swings of the jungle of knowledge, so what is it Prince, Harry? And what's her name Meagan? What's what's your name, the one e married? A Meghan Markle Meghan yet. She's apparently pregnant, and so now all they could talk about on NPR this morning was this is all for social Justice, and I'm going for social because she's half black. So she's going to have a quarter black child in the Royal family. And they've never had this before and it's just gonna turn everything upside down, and I'm sitting there going they look like a happy couple to me there handsome couple of like, they're having fun. Now, they're going to start a family. I'm happy for him. I'm not sitting there thinking, oh, this is social Justice west goes, you're white guy. No. It's because I'm just not somebody who sits around waiting for that. It's just. I don't I mean, it's just it's crazy. It's just crazy. They're they're not concerned about Harry and Meghan the names. Okay. Having a kid. They're they're they're all fraud up because it's going to be a black kid. I don't think anybody's gonna notice and nobody cares. It may have been a scandal. I mean, she's divorced too. That was a scandal. That got what's his dig thrown off the throne? You advocate. The was it her name Wallace Wallace check. And boy was that something not to give the throat thrown away for. I mean, nothing personal. But but come on, anyway, whatever you use the love. So I mean who who am I to judge Wallace Simpson? Wasn't that her name? Yeah. Anyway, so times have changed. But it's funny because the leftist out there seemed to be the last ones to be changing with the times. I don't think anybody's giving it a second thought that this Meghan Markle, or whatever name is is half black always thought you'd I think she's very attractive. I thought she was rather exotic looking, but I didn't know for the longest time. I think your mother's black and her father is white, and I'm going to okay. It's like the chick from the office. You know, Jim, Jim Jim was going for what's your name the receptionist then he's going for the other shake, and I always rooting for her. Pam and the other one I can't remember the other one's name as it turns out. She is you know, whose daughter she is she's the daughter of Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Remember her from mod squad. But I don't sit there and go do we have the right person of the do. We have the right ethnicity in this. I'm going Jim go for the gophers this check. I mean, I'm not sending go. Oh, I don't know, Jim. She's black. I don't know. You know, we found out that her father's Quincy Jones. I mean, all bets are off. I mean who thinks like that anymore? I know there are some. But most of us are just looking at this as Harry and Meghan are having a kid, but the left is out there having a hissy fit for social Justice, by the way, that term nauseates me every time I hear this social that's because you've got your Justice, Mr white guy, social Justice. And you know, we're social the term comes from us economy. It's a common term the commies of used this since there've been commies, social, Justice, peace and Justice Justice Justice. We sorta cover this and barbeque, and I don't want to give too much away in that book. Because if I do. Then, you know, but I'm just telling you it's got twist in there. You never see coming. And it's just got to be ridiculous now that we're obsessed with this stuff that doesn't matter. Oh my gosh. That's going to be a black baby in Buckingham Palace. Or Windsor where the hell they are. You know? And by the way, who really I mean, I know I'm going to say this, and this is really going to. It's a chick thing. It is. I mean, the Royal family. My wife loves the Royal family. I could give two hoots about him. I mean, I think it's sort of interesting on marginally interesting, but women are just they love this. It's it's fairytale stuff. You know? It's it's it's it's a Royal family. And you got you know, princes, and princesses and queens and kings and all this kind of stuff, and it's. Women tend to go in for the women and gay guys. I don't want to stereotype, but is true. It is. It's the same folks who together and watch the Miss America pageant, I mean, come on folks and listen to strike San records. I hate to be stereotypical. But it's it's the truth. So that's what keeps the Royal family going. And did you know this the Royal family actually, people talk about how this is the worst type of wealthy. They actually bring in a lot more money than it takes to keep them because of tourism and merchandising and all the rest of the stuff. I mean, why why the most people go to London because of the Royal family, the Royal lineage, the ROY you wanted to get a glimpse of the Queen or whatever. I don't know. I mean, I it's not me. I mean, I like the history of of of England, but the, you know, the Royal family is part of the history too. So I'm kind of interested in that kind of stuff. But I mean, the pageantry of it all is. It's a chick thing you women. I'm gonna this not condescending, you know, what it's the truth. Am I right or am? I right. Okay. I'm getting nods into van staff, even for Luther who usually sleeps through all this stuff. Where am I, Dan? You would be up next, Dan. How are you? All right, Phil. How are you today? I'm dandy. Dan. What's on your mind? Going back to the the transgender women's sports issue. I think where the rubber was really going to make a road here is think about how. How many millions of dollars worth of title nine scholarships? Go to winning a large number of which are minority winning every year. And that is a big rice ball that extends to be really completely upset by this entire all of a sudden anybody can compete for those scholarships rather than only only women. Just kind of wanted to throw that out there. That's that's where I think the critical mass on this issue is really gonna make some liberal explode. Well, I think so too. I mean to me, I mean, they've gone. They have been politically, correct. A bridge too far here. I mean, what's going to happen? And I said this long ago, this is going to absolutely destroy women's sports. And now we have this piece from American thinker today, which says that's exactly what's happening. Guys already figuring this out. All you gotta do is pose as a woman, you don't even have to have the operation. All you have to do is a dentist as a woman now, and you can be on a women's team because the politically correct police out there will make sure it happens. And then women's sports is done. Right. And I think that the the NCWA scholarships or where the real economic impact of that is going to be felt the Olympics is is a non issue these days and professional sports, nobody really seems to care about. But there are and. Crimes of girls getting NCWA scholarships to go to school and millions of dollars worth of education. That's being handed out in all that is usually threatened by by this move. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. And and and women need to get wind Stewart too. Because this is exactly what's going to have. You do have. There are some guys that wanna play professional sports so bad that they will pose a woman, especially when it gets to be invoked. And that's the whole thing..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Are you lonely. Heavy one. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics. I am enjoying the delightful silence of my house because my kids are four hundred miles away, but I have lovely ladies to talk with me tonight. So I'm on with my co host, Sophie, hey, Sophie, hey, Kelly and night. We are talking to, Christie, who is in Tennessee. Hi, Christie. Hey, Kelly. So we're talking in general about the politics of Tennessee tonight. And in later segments, we'll have interviews with Justin canoe and Mariah Phillips, but Christie may be give us a little bit of background on your involvement in Tennessee in Tennessee politics. I am from the Nashville area. I live about four or five minutes outside of Nashville, and it is a very rule read fee and I am a small dot. I live in an area where I have to drive past veteran, fly on hills and on houses. And that's. Where I'm at in Tennessee, I got involved in politics. I've always been interested in it, and I've always been very vocal on social media, but in two thousand sixteen a lot happened. We had the pulse nightclub shooting that happened that summer. It was another shooting and it felt like we were having so many of them. And then in November, of course, Trump was elected, and it felt like the bottom fell out. Although, as we know that bother them keeps getting deeper. So. After he was elected, I really through my net wide. I didn't really know where I wanted to get involved. So I got involved with my local Democratic Party. I actually got elected as the vice chair for my city and then joined into action for Gunston America. And I was just trying to find where I would fit. I joined an indivisible and I was doing stuff with Planned Parenthood, but it was when I found moms demand that I truly felt like I found my collie since I have five children, I wanna do everything I can to keep them safe. So that was my first dip into politics here in Tennessee. Great, sue. You started to talk about how very very read parts of Tennessee are. Yes, maybe that's where we can sort of start in on our discussion. So Tennessee has a Republican governor, two Republican senators in the US house. There's seven Republicans into Democrats are to Democrats sending Tennessee and the state Senate and state house are super majorities for the Republicans. The Republicans also hold the attorney general and secretary of state position, so that's really, really, really Republican, very read. I guess one of the questions I have is, is it really that read by which I mean, you can be Republican. You can feel like the majority of people are Republicans without it actually being quite that lopsided. Do you know other Democrats are people in hiding. Or or is some amount of this come from gerrymandering, voter, suppression, voter, apathy, that sort of thing. I think it's a little bit of both. Anytime we don't really use the word Democrats openly and unless you're in the bigger cities. And so anytime I find someone that I figure out that they're democrat, I'm like, ooh, someone else, you're another another blue dot, but we are also extremely gerrymandered in our district. So when you're out talking to people most of the time, I just assume everyone is Republican and, and that's how life is in a small town though. I'm, I'm again forty five minutes outside of a larger city. So these smaller towns, I feel alone. So notice that there are two, Democratic Congress people from Tennessee, but none of the races in Tennessee for congress seem to be particularly competitive between the parties is there. Even the Democrats are rated very safe in their districts. Is there a lot of gerrymandering going on into Tennessee. Yes. So I live in the six district that's Diane blacks district. And if you look at a map, you can tell just by the drawing that we are very gerrymandered 'cause we have kind of like a little arc, and then there's this little tiny sliver that has all the way down to Homa, which is a good earned a half south of us. So it's it's one of the largest districts in Tennessee, and we're hoping that we can move our state legislators a little bit more to the right, especially by twenty twenty..

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"justin canoe" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"justin canoe" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"That the teaches gives the right way to tackle the but he told me some stories about some coaches they'd come across the you know he just had the kids lineup and smashed into each other and they were weren't really teaching the technique and as definitely not the way we want to go wasn't it isn't it kinda mandated through the state i would think so uh i don't know i'm just as wyoming you're the expert on this asking i just cover the sports at only on the railways are what what's your favorite sport i'd have to say basketball that us a sport that i played when i was in high school many years ago and still have a a deep love for that sport can't hear mike's voice over there justin says he can't hear you on when you talk over the air mike you're going to have to turn your mike up a little bit can you hear me now justin canoe crank cricket up little more even more there you go there sutter and airlines ago well that's that's fine people want to hear him so so bad it what's is football still the most popular sport all i i think so as far as far as the colleges isn't that the biggest money maker usually officer yeah yeah all right seven twenty seven and some change well i got a couple more minutes and we're going to get you out here so you can get some stuff done but were what's your prediction for the for iowa iowa state what's going to happen this year well uh i would i would state of iowa state fan i myself uh one of the game the other night and i wasn't pretty uh i had hoped that i was they would go to a ballgame but that's looking less likely now uh after after that loss uh i was certainly is imposition no that they should make it to a ballgame that considering where they're at so you know i hate amid this but i just don't get a chance to watch a lot of college football but i watch that penn state game the other night with our wwe and i i don't really root for one team over the other because all i don't want alienate half of my audience than what had no matter what i do i'm gonna alienate some on his right but i when they when i saw.

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