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Reply #30 posted 05/19/17 5:54pm

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Beckel gets fired from Fox today. Made racial remarks about an African-American tech in his office to fix the computer. WTF?

Dance, shake it like a peckerwood.
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Reply #31 posted 05/19/17 6:12pm

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purplepoppy said:

Beckel gets fired from Fox today. Made racial remarks about an African-American tech in his office to fix the computer. WTF?


Just watching that network, is anyone surprised that sexism and racism were part and parcel of the corporate culture there ?
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Reply #32 posted 05/19/17 6:56pm

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purplepoppy said:

Beckel gets fired from Fox today. Made racial remarks about an African-American tech in his office to fix the computer. WTF?


You should be happy he was fired. Why aren't you giving credit to Fox for doing so?

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Reply #33 posted 05/19/17 8:14pm

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jjhunsecker said:

purplepoppy said:

Beckel gets fired from Fox today. Made racial remarks about an African-American tech in his office to fix the computer. WTF?

Just watching that network, is anyone surprised that sexism and racism were part and parcel of the corporate culture there ?

Place is a damn plantation.

Dance, shake it like a peckerwood.
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Reply #34 posted 05/19/17 10:22pm

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Pokeno4Money said:

purplepoppy said:

Beckel gets fired from Fox today. Made racial remarks about an African-American tech in his office to fix the computer. WTF?


You should be happy he was fired. Why aren't you giving credit to Fox for doing so?

We'd be happier if he joined Ailes in hell.

Matthew 5:38-39
“You have heard that it was said, ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.’ But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.
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Reply #35 posted 05/21/17 4:46am

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jjhunsecker said:

Roger Ailes died at age 77. I'm sure his loved ones are upset, and I respect that. But should SOCIETY mourn a man who put so many deliberate lies, so much malicious evil, so much bigotry, into mainstream America....should the rest of us (especially those that he demonized and characterized as the "other")....should we be sorry ? And considering his history of sexual harassment, again should we truly be sorry ??

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I will never understand anyone who could support such an individual who promoted that kind of hell, division, hatred in America. Makes you wonder if those types would have cried over Hitler's death too.
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Reply #36 posted 05/21/17 4:57am

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13cjk13 said:

Pokeno4Money said:


You should be happy he was fired. Why aren't you giving credit to Fox for doing so?

We'd be happier if he joined Ailes in hell.


And of course, just like Trump, you avoided a simple and direct question.

That's because radical liberals like you simply cannot bring yourself to give credit to anything or anyone who doesn't lean left. And that extreme prejudice and bias is precisely why the opinions of radical liberals are rendered meaningless.

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Reply #37 posted 05/21/17 7:49am

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2elijah said:

jjhunsecker said:

Roger Ailes died at age 77. I'm sure his loved ones are upset, and I respect that. But should SOCIETY mourn a man who put so many deliberate lies, so much malicious evil, so much bigotry, into mainstream America....should the rest of us (especially those that he demonized and characterized as the "other")....should we be sorry ? And considering his history of sexual harassment, again should we truly be sorry ??

[Edited 5/18/17 9:01am]


I will never understand anyone who could support such an individual who promoted that kind of hell, division, hatred in America. Makes you wonder if those types would have cried over Hitler's death too.


Ailes(and Murdoch) were brilliant businessmen, in that they tapped into this strong strain of bigotry, intolerance, and ignorance, and use that for their own financial and political goals and gains. The cultivation of this hatred and stupidity led directly to the election of Trump, and of course to the detriment of society in general.
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Reply #38 posted 05/21/17 7:59am

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Pokeno4Money said:

13cjk13 said:

We'd be happier if he joined Ailes in hell.

That's because radical liberals like you simply cannot bring yourself to give credit to anything or anyone who doesn't lean left. And that extreme prejudice and bias is precisely why the opinions of radical liberals are rendered meaningless.


The more radical the better with the hate and unfairness they're selling and you are buying. You spend hours trying to render our opinions meaningless with your constant overbearing blather and it's NOT working, never will.

Dance, shake it like a peckerwood.
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Reply #39 posted 05/21/17 8:03am

purplepoppy

jjhunsecker said:

2elijah said:
I will never understand anyone who could support such an individual who promoted that kind of hell, division, hatred in America. Makes you wonder if those types would have cried over Hitler's death too.
Ailes(and Murdoch) were brilliant businessmen, in that they tapped into this strong strain of bigotry, intolerance, and ignorance, and use that for their own financial and political goals and gains. The cultivation of this hatred and stupidity led directly to the election of Trump, and of course to the detriment of society in general.

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Reply #40 posted 05/21/17 8:29am

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2elijah said:

jjhunsecker said:

Roger Ailes died at age 77. I'm sure his loved ones are upset, and I respect that. But should SOCIETY mourn a man who put so many deliberate lies, so much malicious evil, so much bigotry, into mainstream America....should the rest of us (especially those that he demonized and characterized as the "other")....should we be sorry ? And considering his history of sexual harassment, again should we truly be sorry ??

[Edited 5/18/17 9:01am]

I will never understand anyone who could support such an individual who promoted that kind of hell, division, hatred in America. Makes you wonder if those types would have cried over Hitler's death too.


yes ^ Ailes death is karma

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Reply #41 posted 05/21/17 8:31am

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jjhunsecker said:

2elijah said:
I will never understand anyone who could support such an individual who promoted that kind of hell, division, hatred in America. Makes you wonder if those types would have cried over Hitler's death too.
Ailes(and Murdoch) were brilliant businessmen, in that they tapped into this strong strain of bigotry, intolerance, and ignorance, and use that for their own financial and political goals and gains. The cultivation of this hatred and stupidity led directly to the election of Trump, and of course to the detriment of society in general.


Ailes own pereverted and sick actions brought him down (and O'Reilly) and that is no coincidence.

"When you have people who don't know about science standing in denial of it and rising to power - that is a recipe for the complete dismantling of our informed democracy" - Neil de Grasse Tyson
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Reply #42 posted 05/21/17 12:46pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:



jjhunsecker said:


2elijah said:
I will never understand anyone who could support such an individual who promoted that kind of hell, division, hatred in America. Makes you wonder if those types would have cried over Hitler's death too.

Ailes(and Murdoch) were brilliant businessmen, in that they tapped into this strong strain of bigotry, intolerance, and ignorance, and use that for their own financial and political goals and gains. The cultivation of this hatred and stupidity led directly to the election of Trump, and of course to the detriment of society in general.


Ailes own pereverted and sick actions brought him down (and O'Reilly) and that is no coincidence.



Well, Ailes and O'Reilly were huge frauds, always attacking the "immorality" of those they disliked, while they themselves were degenerates and serial harassers.
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Reply #43 posted 05/21/17 12:51pm

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purplepoppy said:

Pokeno4Money said:


The more radical the better with the hate and unfairness they're selling and you are buying. You spend hours trying to render our opinions meaningless with your constant overbearing blather and it's NOT working, never will.


The more radical, the better? Yeah I always knew you supported terrorism. mad

I spend minutes standing up for truth, justice and equality. Sorry if it interferes with you radical liberals and your constant bitchfest because your candidate lost the election.

Don't worry, there's always 2020. comfort

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Reply #44 posted 05/21/17 1:35pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

sad that some can not help it but be happy when someone they do not like politically dies... but this is not the first time... tony snow and Jesse Helms died some here cheered...



It's not about "liking" someone, it's about someone who has been detrimental to society. Someone who spoke for the worst in humanity. That's what people are reacting to. That's why you right wingers get no love when you're gone. Folks not just on the wrong side of history, but who are actively detrimental to people.
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Reply #45 posted 05/21/17 2:26pm

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Just had a wave of joy remembering that this monstrous pig is dead!! Best news we've had in months!

Matthew 5:38-39
“You have heard that it was said, ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.’ But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.
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Reply #46 posted 05/21/17 2:28pm

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Pokeno4Money said:

purplepoppy said:


The more radical the better with the hate and unfairness they're selling and you are buying. You spend hours trying to render our opinions meaningless with your constant overbearing blather and it's NOT working, never will.


The more radical, the better? Yeah I always knew you supported terrorism. mad

I spend minutes standing up for truth, justice and equality. Sorry if it interferes with you radical liberals and your constant bitchfest because your candidate lost the election.

Don't worry, there's always 2020. comfort

Stole the election. With Putin's help. And, we wont be happy until 45 the pig is behind bars.

Matthew 5:38-39
“You have heard that it was said, ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.’ But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.
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Reply #47 posted 05/21/17 2:36pm

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13cjk13 said:

Stole the election. With Putin's help. And, we wont be happy until 45 the pig is behind bars.


You go right on believing that ... whatever makes you feel better.

comfort

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Reply #48 posted 05/21/17 3:24pm

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jjhunsecker said:

2elijah said:
I will never understand anyone who could support such an individual who promoted that kind of hell, division, hatred in America. Makes you wonder if those types would have cried over Hitler's death too.
Ailes(and Murdoch) were brilliant businessmen, in that they tapped into this strong strain of bigotry, intolerance, and ignorance, and use that for their own financial and political goals and gains. The cultivation of this hatred and stupidity led directly to the election of Trump, and of course to the detriment of society in general.

It says a lot about the folks who fall for that nonsense.

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Reply #49 posted 05/22/17 4:46am

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jjhunsecker said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


Ailes own pereverted and sick actions brought him down (and O'Reilly) and that is no coincidence.

Well, Ailes and O'Reilly were huge frauds, always attacking the "immorality" of those they disliked, while they themselves were degenerates and serial harassers.


Exactly.

"When you have people who don't know about science standing in denial of it and rising to power - that is a recipe for the complete dismantling of our informed democracy" - Neil de Grasse Tyson
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Reply #50 posted 05/22/17 5:03am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

That's why you right wingers get no love when you're gone.


You mean they get no love from radical liberals like you.

I sense they're cool with that though. cool

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Reply #51 posted 05/22/17 5:50am

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Pokeno4Money said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:

That's why you right wingers get no love when you're gone.


You mean they get no love from radical liberals like you.

I sense they're cool with that though. cool

lol.

From no one.

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Reply #52 posted 05/22/17 6:12am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

Pokeno4Money said:


You mean they get no love from radical liberals like you.

I sense they're cool with that though. cool

lol.

From no one.


Really?

Not from friends, family, coworkers, significant others, fellow right wingers, Republicans, etc? nutso

There isn't a person on this planet who doesn't get love. You've even got those who are pure evil, like Hitler and Manson and Dahmer, who got love.

But you keep painting people with that long, ridiculous brush! thumbs up!

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Reply #53 posted 05/22/17 6:58am

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Pokeno4Money said:



Ugot2shakesumthin said:




Pokeno4Money said:




You mean they get no love from radical liberals like you.

I sense they're cool with that though. cool





lol.


From no one.




Really?

Not from friends, family, coworkers, significant others, fellow right wingers, Republicans, etc? nutso

There isn't a person on this planet who doesn't get love. You've even got those who are pure evil, like Hitler and Manson and Dahmer, who got love.

But you keep painting people with that long, ridiculous brush! thumbs up!



Lol ok little boy. I said previously at the beginning of the thread that other than his immediate family. But nice predictable try at distraction.

And by the way, I'll take whatever you add to liberal as a badge of honor because it always just means someone in the right side of history and someone who cares obout society and humanity. Unlike right wingers who care only about a silly myopic team sport based on selfishness.
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Reply #54 posted 05/22/17 7:51am

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Fox may have even given us 9/11--yep.

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Reply #55 posted 05/22/17 8:22am

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uPtoWnNY said:

jjhunsecker said:

2elijah said: Ailes(and Murdoch) were brilliant businessmen, in that they tapped into this strong strain of bigotry, intolerance, and ignorance, and use that for their own financial and political goals and gains. The cultivation of this hatred and stupidity led directly to the election of Trump, and of course to the detriment of society in general.

It says a lot about the folks who fall for that nonsense.

The sit watching this nonsense all day, and tune themselves out from any other sources of news and information , deriding anything they don't like or can't handle as "fake news"...

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Reply #56 posted 05/22/17 10:26am

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RIP
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Reply #57 posted 05/22/17 10:28am

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RIH...Rest in Hell, you fat nasty fuck !

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Reply #58 posted 05/22/17 10:30am

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jjhunsecker said:

RIH...Rest in Hell, you fat nasty fuck !



all people have good. All people have light.
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Reply #59 posted 05/22/17 10:37am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

jjhunsecker said:

RIH...Rest in Hell, you fat nasty fuck !

all people have good. All people have light.

That is true. I hope you feel the same of Bill Cosby when he passes. He certainly dis a lot of good and worked for the betterment of people. Which still doesn't mitigate what he's done to women, but certainly was on a higher plain that Roger Ailes.

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