Posted November 19, 2017 09:31:04 What’s scapularae?
Scapularism is a word often used to describe a group of people that believe that they are part of a larger movement that has been around for a very long time, but have never actually organized, participated in or even seen any concrete success in the electoral arena.
The term was coined in the 1960s by the writer/activist/activism guru Robert Cialdini, and was also used by the anti-racist activist Alice Walker to describe the civil rights movement in the US.
Scapulæ have been active since at least the 1980s, when the Black Panthers, who at the time were in a period of radicalization after decades of struggle, were still seen as fringe organizations.
By the early 1990s, they were actively participating in political campaigns and demonstrations in a number of cities.
Their primary goal, it has been claimed, was to get the Black Panther Party to join the Democrats in the fight for Black civil rights.
Today, the scopulæ movement has evolved into an umbrella term that encompasses various groups and groups that have been engaged in electoral politics and advocacy for years.
It encompasses the various organizations that are actively campaigning to defeat Republican incumbents in the 2018 midterm elections, and it also includes the people who have been part of electoral politics for years and years, but never actually achieved much success in that arena.
For example, in the last election cycle, the group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, or CREW, a conservative 501(c)(4) group, spent over $150,000 on direct mail and phone ads that focused on the Trump administration’s plans to cut funding for Planned Parenthood.
That same group spent over a million dollars in the same election cycle on direct television ads attacking the Democratic Party for its support of abortion rights and its support for the Dakota Access Pipeline.
In the 2018 cycle, they also ran more than 50 TV ads attacking President Trump and former Secretary of State John Kerry for their support of President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord.
In the 2016 election cycle alone, they spent over half a million to get anti-Trump voters to the polls in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, New Hampshire and North Carolina.
They also ran over $2.5 million in digital ads against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
They’ve also been involved in an unprecedented effort to target voters in a handful of states who supported Trump in the 2016 presidential election, which has been called the “Scapula” campaign.
The idea behind the movement is that we’re trying to force a shift in how our society sees us, and to make sure that we have an election that doesn’t just be about what happens in the Oval Office, but that it’s about the issues and how we’re going to deal with them.
I think that it really is a movement of people who want to take our country back.
They’ve been successful in that.
The number of Democrats who have voted in 2018 has been steadily dropping since the 2016 elections, but there have been some notable exceptions, including former President Joe Biden who voted against the Republican plan to defund Planned Parenthood in the 2017 midterm elections.
There have also been several instances of Republicans in Congress who have opposed the SCAPULA movement.
The primary difference between the current election cycle and the last one was that they did not have the full backing of President Donald Trump, who has been actively promoting his anti-immigration policies and his policies of mass deportations.
But there have also always been a number Democrats in Congress that have opposed it.
In 2016, they voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which is what many SCAPULEA activists see as a direct attack on SCAPULARA.
There are also the Republicans in the House who voted to gut the Voting Rights Act in the 2020 midterm elections by stripping protections for the right to vote from people who are registered in more than one state.
There have been instances of SCAPULLA that were defeated by Democrats in districts that are very Democratic, where the Republicans have won the seat because they had more support from Democrats in their district than the Democrats.
But at the same time, there have always been Democrats who’ve won election in districts where they were not in power, where they won the election because they were supported by people who were not Democrats.
There are also instances of Republican lawmakers who voted for the Trump agenda, like Representative Mark Sanford, who voted on a repeal of the Affordable and Affordable Care Acts in his district, despite the fact that his constituents were already covered under the ACA.
There’s also Rep. Mike Pompeo, who, in his state of Wyoming, was able to get a repeal passed in the state legislature despite the state having a Republican governor.
It’s also true that there are many Democrats who are very pro-choice, and also have the support of the Black Lives Matter movement and have been supporting the Women’s March.
So there are