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Reply #180 posted 03/25/20 11:30pm

v10letblues

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Pokeno4Money said:



v10letblues said:


I think you have a tendency to manufacture your own arguments




Rather than toe a particular party line by copying it's arguments? Yes, guilty as charged.


Lol,
See what I mean
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Reply #181 posted 03/26/20 9:10am

jaawwnn

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Pokeno4Money said:

jaawwnn said:

I'll say it again, a press release for the white house is not evidence,


I'll say it again, anyone who tries to discredit the US Census Bureau might as well not even bother engaging in discussion. It's that simple. Some people here want to have intelligent conversations, which means acknowledging when evidence is provided from credible sources. If the other person is incapable of accepting the fact they are wrrrrrrrrrong when presented with facts supported by an extremely credible source, then perhaps they are better suited for schoolyard disagreements that start with na-uh and end with uh-huh.

LOL, this is ludicrous, no one thinks the Trump administration is doing anything good for people of color in America. I haven't even looked at the figures because it's not worth my time. If you consider that a win in this argument you can have it.

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Reply #182 posted 03/26/20 9:54am

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jaawwnn said:

Pokeno4Money said:


I'll say it again, anyone who tries to discredit the US Census Bureau might as well not even bother engaging in discussion. It's that simple. Some people here want to have intelligent conversations, which means acknowledging when evidence is provided from credible sources. If the other person is incapable of accepting the fact they are wrrrrrrrrrong when presented with facts supported by an extremely credible source, then perhaps they are better suited for schoolyard disagreements that start with na-uh and end with uh-huh.

LOL, this is ludicrous, no one thinks the Trump administration is doing anything good for people of color in America. I haven't even looked at the figures because it's not worth my time. If you consider that a win in this argument you can have it.

There are a FEW...mainly boot licking lackeys like professional Negress Candice Owens or Ben "You can say shit about my hometown, I'se don't care" Carson

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Reply #183 posted 03/26/20 12:33pm

IanRG

jaawwnn said:

Pokeno4Money said:


I'll say it again, anyone who tries to discredit the US Census Bureau might as well not even bother engaging in discussion. It's that simple. Some people here want to have intelligent conversations, which means acknowledging when evidence is provided from credible sources. If the other person is incapable of accepting the fact they are wrrrrrrrrrong when presented with facts supported by an extremely credible source, then perhaps they are better suited for schoolyard disagreements that start with na-uh and end with uh-huh.

LOL, this is ludicrous, no one thinks the Trump administration is doing anything good for people of color in America. I haven't even looked at the figures because it's not worth my time. If you consider that a win in this argument you can have it.

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The figures from the USCB are telling - In the last two years of Obama more than 6 million people were lifted out of poverty. In the first two years of trump less than 2.5 million people were lifted out of poverty.

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Reply #184 posted 03/26/20 1:26pm

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IanRG said:

jaawwnn said:

LOL, this is ludicrous, no one thinks the Trump administration is doing anything good for people of color in America. I haven't even looked at the figures because it's not worth my time. If you consider that a win in this argument you can have it.

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The figures from the USCB are telling - In the last two years of Obama more than 6 million people were lifted out of poverty. In the first two years of trump less than 2.5 million people were lifted out of poverty.


There you go.

"Suddenly the whole nation is depending on the very people they don't believe should make $15/hour"
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Reply #185 posted 04/08/20 11:20am

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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders dropped out of the 2020 Democratic presidential race on Wednesday, effectively ending a primary in which he once appeared poised to run away with the party’s nomination.

A self-described democratic socialist, Sanders’ calls for a political revolution resonated with the far-left faction of the Democratic party and young voters who were tired of its establishment candidates and centrist policies. But it isolated rank and file Democrats who overwhelmingly backed the early favorite, former Vice President Joe Biden, as the party’s best chance to defeat President Donald Trump in November. Biden now has a clear path to the nomination, though the end of the primary was overshadowed by the global crisis of the coronavirus pandemic as it spread across the U.S.

“If I believed we had a feasible path to the nomination, I would certainly continue the campaign, but it’s just not there,” Sanders said in a livestream address on Wednesday.

“As I see the crisis gripping the nation, exacerbated by a president unwilling or unable to provide any kind of credible leadership and the work that needs to be done to protect people in this most desperate hour, I cannot in good conscious continue to mount a campaign that cannot win and which would interfere with the important work required of all of us in this difficult hour,” he said.

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