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why are we White guys no longer your 1st choice?

Us White guys used to be every girls first choice no matter how we looked or how we treated them.

Before, we could have been the ugliest or worst guy and :

Oriental girls: still came to us "drooling" and treated us like "royalty"

Indian girls: still came to us "drooling" and treated us like "royalty"

Black girls: still came to us "drooling" and treated us like "royalty"

and White girls: still came to us "drooling" and treated us like "royalty"

But now, all you girls want to be with a Black, or Brown, or Oriental guy, and not in a "curious" or "testing" way (like it used to be)...Now, you actually WANT a Black,Brown, or Oriental guy over us White guys.

....like, doesn't our "white-privilege" attract you girls anymore???

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President Biden’s “American Families Plan” Risks Hurting the Very People it’s Supposed to Help

President Joe Biden’s “American Families Plan” is being touted by the administration as “an investment in our kids, our families, and our economic future.”

In reality, it’s a very bad bet – and for numerous reasons.

Of particular interest to me in the bill is the president’s proposal to spend an extra $225 billion on childcare and another $200 billion on “free” preschool. The premise and rationale for such a massive expenditure is that more federal dollars equate to healthier kids and families.

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