Men’s Rights Activists and white people
Okay…but not really. Bender’s full name is Bender B. Rodriguez and he was “hecho en Mexico”. Most of the time he stands for fighting for the right’s of robots, who are basically treated like second class beings simply because they are automatons. They are ruthless killed, compacted into metal when they are broken, an indoctrinated with software to overrride their sentient capabilities. His revolutionary slogan is “Kill all humans”, because of the violence and disrespect perpetuated against him and his robot ilk. He has lead many, although ultimately unsuccessful, anarchist movements to usurp the global domination of mankind.
In other words, Bender could never be white. I agree with the MRA, part though. He’s pretty piggish.
The Senate has unanimously passed their version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a $631 billion military spending bill, with 98 votes in favor. The unanimity of the vote, according to analysts, was because of a “lack of controversial issues.”
The things that weren’t controversial enough to muster even a single no vote included a new round of sanctions against Iran, a permanent ban on ever transferring detainees from Guantanamo Bay, and continued funding for the occupation of Afghanistan.
Oh, and lest we forget, the Senate version also included the Feinstein Amendment, which nominally was supposed to ban open-ended military detention of American citizens captured on American soil, but was so awkwardly worded and filled with loopholes that proponents of the detention voted for it because they believe it will make it even easier for the military to capture Americans under the new law.
The bill is slightly different from a House version already passed, which is $634 billion. Officials say the two are close enough that it will be easy to solve in committee, however.
Peter Goselin: “Note that Bernie Sanders, the alleged socialist senator from Vermont, who in November won re-election with 71% of the vote, voted in favor of the NDAA.”