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Reply #30 posted 06/22/19 9:57am

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13cjk13 said:



jjhunsecker said:


13cjk13 said:


He always hires that same [Snip - luv4u] guy for all of his nazi rallies.



I've been seeing this same [Snip - luv4u] guy, in his ironic "Blacks for Trump " t-shirt, standing right behind Trump and these bund rallies since before he was elected. I wonder how much he's getting paid

Snowflake alert. lol lol



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Reply #31 posted 06/22/19 6:43pm

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https://youtu.be/bxM99PKR15s


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Who noticed that at his campaign kick off rally Trump literally used the exact same talking points as he did in 2016... HE MADE THE EXACT SAME REMARKS as if they were new ideas and talking points.

And someone should tell him that he is not running against Hillary Clinton



People are seriously buying this shit again? What does it say about them? lol

"Families are torn apart, men women and children are separated. Children come home from school to find their parents have gone missing." - Anne Frank
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Reply #32 posted 06/22/19 7:56pm

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https://youtu.be/bxM99PKR15s


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Who noticed that at his campaign kick off rally Trump literally used the exact same talking points as he did in 2016... HE MADE THE EXACT SAME REMARKS as if they were new ideas and talking points.

And someone should tell him that he is not running against Hillary Clinton



People are seriously buying this shit again? What does it say about them? lol

There are many who buy into his message. He could win again if the same things Rodeo's been saying for years happens again.

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Reply #33 posted 06/22/19 8:01pm

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Should I refer to that asshole behind Trump in the "Blacks for Trump (??)" shirt as a "person of color "? Is that the acceptable term now ? I don't want to offend anyone's sensibilities...

How about "sellout douchebag of color "?
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Reply #34 posted 06/22/19 11:46pm

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jjhunsecker said:

Should I refer to that asshole behind Trump in the "Blacks for Trump (??)" shirt as a "person of color "? Is that the acceptable term now ? I don't want to offend anyone's sensibilities... How about "sellout douchebag of color "? [Edited 6/22/19 20:12pm]

That works. So does "deplorable asshole". lol

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #35 posted 06/23/19 8:33am

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uPtoWnNY said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

https://youtu.be/bxM99PKR15s


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Who noticed that at his campaign kick off rally Trump literally used the exact same talking points as he did in 2016... HE MADE THE EXACT SAME REMARKS as if they were new ideas and talking points.

And someone should tell him that he is not running against Hillary Clinton



People are seriously buying this shit again? What does it say about them? lol

There are many who buy into his message. He could win again if the same things Rodeo's been saying for years happens again.


Everything should be done to make sure that doesn't happen. California flipped 3 congressoinal seats in red Orange County to blue - that has not been done in ages. So anything is possible, but there has to be a concerted effort. Trump did not win those three states by much.

"Families are torn apart, men women and children are separated. Children come home from school to find their parents have gone missing." - Anne Frank
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Reply #36 posted 06/23/19 10:23am

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13cjk13 said:



jjhunsecker said:


Should I refer to that asshole behind Trump in the "Blacks for Trump (??)" shirt as a "person of color "? Is that the acceptable term now ? I don't want to offend anyone's sensibilities... How about "sellout douchebag of color "? [Edited 6/22/19 20:12pm]

That works. So does "deplorable asshole". lol



"Deplorable asshole of color "..., I guess you just can't say "c*****d" these sensitive days
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Reply #37 posted 06/23/19 10:59am

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jjhunsecker said:

13cjk13 said:

That works. So does "deplorable asshole". lol

"Deplorable asshole of color "..., I guess you just can't say "c*****d" these sensitive days


I think the problem is that he’s not a public figure and wraps and pin points a singular voter with all the baggage of a certain orange cretin.

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Reply #38 posted 06/23/19 11:09am

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jjhunsecker said:

13cjk13 said:



jjhunsecker said:


Should I refer to that asshole behind Trump in the "Blacks for Trump (??)" shirt as a "person of color "? Is that the acceptable term now ? I don't want to offend anyone's sensibilities... How about "sellout douchebag of color "? [Edited 6/22/19 20:12pm]

That works. So does "deplorable asshole". lol



"Deplorable asshole of color "..., I guess you just can't say "c*****d" these sensitive days


Without historical context, "person of colour" and "coloured person" are exactly the same thing. And I know that context is everything, especially when it comes to race relations in America, but I think it's kind of weird how one is unacceptable but the other is fine. Sure its a case of both are OK or neither are OK?
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Reply #39 posted 06/24/19 8:09am

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EmmaMcG said:

jjhunsecker said:

"Deplorable asshole of color "..., I guess you just can't say "c*****d" these sensitive days

Without historical context, "person of colour" and "coloured person" are exactly the same thing. And I know that context is everything, especially when it comes to race relations in America, but I think it's kind of weird how one is unacceptable but the other is fine. Sure its a case of both are OK or neither are OK?


You answered your own question. Person of Color is a modern umbrella term - ok. Colored person is steeped in persecution history here - not ok.

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Reply #40 posted 06/24/19 11:11am

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poppys said:



EmmaMcG said:


jjhunsecker said:

"Deplorable asshole of color "..., I guess you just can't say "c*****d" these sensitive days


Without historical context, "person of colour" and "coloured person" are exactly the same thing. And I know that context is everything, especially when it comes to race relations in America, but I think it's kind of weird how one is unacceptable but the other is fine. Sure its a case of both are OK or neither are OK?



You answered your own question. Person of Color is a modern umbrella term - ok. Colored person is steeped in persecution history here - not ok.



Oh, absolutely. It was a rhetorical question anyway. I just like the contradictory nature of the English language. Not that it means much to me, because I can honestly say that I've never used either term in my life.
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Reply #41 posted 06/24/19 12:08pm

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poppys said:



EmmaMcG said:


jjhunsecker said:

"Deplorable asshole of color "..., I guess you just can't say "c*****d" these sensitive days


Without historical context, "person of colour" and "coloured person" are exactly the same thing. And I know that context is everything, especially when it comes to race relations in America, but I think it's kind of weird how one is unacceptable but the other is fine. Sure its a case of both are OK or neither are OK?



You answered your own question. Person of Color is a modern umbrella term - ok. Colored person is steeped in persecution history here - not ok.



I felt the term "c*****d" was appropriate for that specific guy, and his lack of concioiusness (and dignity) in lending support to open racist like Donald Trump. By doing so, he deserved disrespect for his willingness to betray the values of his "people "
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Reply #42 posted 06/24/19 12:19pm

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jjhunsecker said:

poppys said:


You answered your own question. Person of Color is a modern umbrella term - ok. Colored person is steeped in persecution history here - not ok.

I felt the term "c*****d" was appropriate for that specific guy, and his lack of concioiusness (and dignity) in lending support to open racist like Donald Trump. By doing so, he deserved disrespect for his willingness to betray the values of his "people "

Exactly.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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Reply #43 posted 06/24/19 1:31pm

poppys

jjhunsecker said:

poppys said:


You answered your own question. Person of Color is a modern umbrella term - ok. Colored person is steeped in persecution history here - not ok.


I felt the term "c*****d" was appropriate for that specific guy, and his lack of concioiusness (and dignity) in lending support to open racist like Donald Trump. By doing so, he deserved disrespect for his willingness to betray the values of his "people "


Yes, I understand. Probably should have stayed out of it. That guy is paid to go to every rally, no doubt.

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Reply #44 posted 06/24/19 1:43pm

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EmmaMcG said:

poppys said:


You answered your own question. Person of Color is a modern umbrella term - ok. Colored person is steeped in persecution history here - not ok.


Oh, absolutely. It was a rhetorical question anyway. I just like the contradictory nature of the English language. Not that it means much to me, because I can honestly say that I've never used either term in my life.


Yeah, it's really just a gotcha part of this particular thread. The person who likely objected to it, did it to cause trouble, not because they actually care about racial sensitivity.

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Reply #45 posted 06/24/19 2:11pm

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poppys said:



EmmaMcG said:


poppys said:



You answered your own question. Person of Color is a modern umbrella term - ok. Colored person is steeped in persecution history here - not ok.




Oh, absolutely. It was a rhetorical question anyway. I just like the contradictory nature of the English language. Not that it means much to me, because I can honestly say that I've never used either term in my life.


Yeah, it's really just a gotcha part of this particular thread. The person who likely objected to it, did it to cause trouble, not because they actually care about racial sensitivity.



Remember, it was Stephen who claimed he was "offended " by the term... and he always has an agenda
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