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Reply #60 posted 11/09/20 1:18pm

SoulAlive

SexyMuthaF said:

And theres already been a black Republican presidential candidate, Freddie Douglass.

but has there ever been a black Republican president or even a vice-president? hmmm how many Blacks,Latinos and Asian people are in Trump's administration?

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Reply #61 posted 11/09/20 2:34pm

Rimshottbob

I love the USA, I've spent much time there, and have family and amazing friends there... but until you all can get past this bullshit partisanship - the Dems this, the Republicans that - and work together with the truths that are staring you in the face, you are well and truly fucked... which means we're all fucked.

And no, to whoever said it, I don't care to look again and see who... I'm not a naive sheep... Biden is old, yes... just 3 years than that Trumpster fire sociopath that's been dismantling the country for the last 4 years....

had he won, I would fear for the future of the planet even more than I already do.... thankfully, the people have spoken and he is gone. I actually a sense of hope and positivity for the future, maybe we're not all far-right hate machines like that fucking distaster of a human being after all.

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Reply #62 posted 11/09/20 2:46pm

SoulAlive

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had he won, I would fear for the future of the planet even more than I already do.... thankfully, the people have spoken and he is gone. I actually have a sense of hope and positivity for the future maybe we're not all far-right hate machines like that fucking distaster of a human being after all.

me too nod like many others have said,since Saturday,there has been a sense of relief.....a sense of hope that things will now get better.Things certainly couldn't get any worse.

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Reply #63 posted 11/09/20 5:31pm

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SoulAlive said:

Rimshottbob said:

had he won, I would fear for the future of the planet even more than I already do.... thankfully, the people have spoken and he is gone. I actually have a sense of hope and positivity for the future maybe we're not all far-right hate machines like that fucking distaster of a human being after all.

me too nod like many others have said,since Saturday,there has been a sense of relief.....a sense of hope that things will now get better.Things certainly couldn't get any worse.




A definite sense of relief and hope. I do think things would have gotten MUCH worse though if the despicable squatter sitting in the WH had won a second term.

Welcome to "the org", Mumio…they can have you, but I'll have your love in the end nod
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Reply #64 posted 11/09/20 5:56pm

TonyVanDam

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v10letblues said:

I feel bad for her, the right needs a boogieman and they will make her one. Fox News needs ratings, right wing talk show hosts need to manufature a rating hit.

Hope she is ready for it.

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If some of the right wingers are not careful, they will end up sound & looking more like the [racist?] villains. Remember, watching a black woman [of any skin tone] getting bash by white men & white women almost every day of the week is not a good look and Kamala's biggest fans/marks will never stand for it.

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Reply #65 posted 11/09/20 6:02pm

TonyVanDam

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jaawwnn said:

Seriously disliked by POC and the poor in California over her years as a hardline anti-drugs criminal attorney, no? I don't mean this as a personal attack, progress is progress, but my understanding is she would have done terribly in the primaries if she hadn't dropped out.

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I have TWO WORDS for you that describes exactly why Kamala dropped out of the Democratic Primaries as early as she did: Tulsi Gabbard!

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I will never forget how Tulsi was right for calling Kamala out about the damage she has been doing during the years as D.A. of San Francisco.

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Reply #66 posted 11/09/20 6:09pm

TonyVanDam

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Rimshottbob said:

I love the USA, I've spent much time there, and have family and amazing friends there... but until you all can get past this bullshit partisanship - the Dems this, the Republicans that - and work together with the truths that are staring you in the face, you are well and truly fucked... which means we're all fucked.

And no, to whoever said it, I don't care to look again and see who... I'm not a naive sheep... Biden is old, yes... just 3 years than that Trumpster fire sociopath that's been dismantling the country for the last 4 years....

had he won, I would fear for the future of the planet even more than I already do.... thankfully, the people have spoken and he is gone. I actually a sense of hope and positivity for the future, maybe we're not all far-right hate machines like that fucking distaster of a human being after all.

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I hear you. But I still stand by my words in saying that [soon to be swore in] President Joe Biden is a placeholder for the [very possible AND more likely] future President Kamala Harris.

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Anyone that disagree with what I said, prove me wrong. Show me the evidence/proof please.

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Reply #67 posted 11/10/20 11:46pm

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I am ABSOLUTELY ready - Lord willing - for 12 years of Kamala ! ! ! ! !

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wouldn't it be something if this started a run of consecutive women presidents ? ?

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it might need to be "consecutive".. the way some people - in many cases, men - who impose that double-standard of "well, if she's 'too assertive' or too 'ruthless' then she's "imitating a man" &/or "not feminine enough"..

or..

if she's "quiet" or "deferential" or sometimes shows a "softer" side.. then "she's not strong enough for the job"..

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it should go without saying that people - women included - have different aspects of their personality that can come out (or be brought out) based on the situation of that moment. men generally have that.. "allowance" (for lack of a better word).. women should have that too, without being "over-judged" either way.

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I am a registered INDEPENDENT voter & yes, I voted for KAMALA moreso than Joe. he's ok. he is, at least, much better & more mature than trump. I don't remember the last time I really sat & watched Joe speak - maybe it was the saturday evening "acceptance speech" ? ? on some other occasions, it does seem that Joe.. loses his train of thought, or gets distracted, or has a "senior moment".. or whatever anyone wants to call it..

it will be a blessing if Joe makes it all 4 years.

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in these same 4 years, KAMALA can get that "on-the-job-trainin'..

& be ready & revved up & locked in to run - & WIN - 2024 !

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"Madame President" this..

"Madame President" that..

what an amazing dream..

Lord above.........

I'll see you tonight..
in ALL MY DREAMS..
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Reply #68 posted 11/11/20 12:05am

mltijchr

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jjhunsecker said:

SoulAlive said:

why is there no diversity in the GOP? hmmm would they ever have a non-white person to be their nominee?

It would be a non-white who has no real relationship with their own community, and may even attack the majority of their own people. And they must NEVER bring up bigotry and discrimination. That’s the kind of minorities that the GOP likes

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absolutely.

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if the republican party had the audacity - along with the caucasity - to put some uncle ben/uncle tom "yassah massa I's a good slave".. like Ben Carson

(or the 1 who said "covid is a hoax !" & then his ass DIED after attending that trump event with NO MASK..)

anyway - such a house negro would not last 4 years at 16penn OR at the naval observatory.

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such a house negro (or Candace owens, whichever you prefer) would either :

a) literally have some sense beat into them

b) figuratively have the shit beat out of them

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NO, it's not about "well, people are allowed to have whatever political belief(s) they want"..

this is true, I actually agree with that.

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given the history of this country, however -

the systemic prejudice, discrimination, subjugation of & against people of color -

it's far beyond my (already somewhat limited) comprehension of how any Zulu person could say something/anything like "well.. yeah, we can be 'successful' in this country.. if only we really want to".. & "no 1 else & nothing else is 'holding us back'.. only our own lazy selves"..

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house negros : please..

I'll see you tonight..
in ALL MY DREAMS..
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Reply #69 posted 11/11/20 12:43am

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

AMERICA1ST said:

It would be the end of America. No one has deserved the office less than this broad. I went to college with her - I know.

The fact you called her "this broad" says so much about you.

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Reply #70 posted 11/16/20 2:00am

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AMERICA1ST said:

It would be the end of America. No one has deserved the office less than this broad. I went to college with her - I know.



Is your mother a broad?
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Reply #71 posted 11/16/20 8:47am

SPYZFAN1

Candace Owens wouldn't have lasted two minutes..Remember when Trump had his favorite "house negro" Omarasa removed from the White House?..She was in such disbelief, she was practically kicking and screaming on her way out the door.

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Reply #72 posted 11/21/20 1:11pm

SexyMuthaF

This thread will not age well. Kamala will be a trivia question answer in about 3 years.
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Reply #73 posted 11/21/20 3:24pm

jjhunsecker

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SexyMuthaF said:

This thread will not age well. Kamala will be a trivia question answer in about 3 years.


I think you’re confusing the next Vice President of the United States with Candice “Prissy “ Owens...
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Reply #74 posted 11/21/20 3:47pm

SexyMuthaF

Why bring candAce into it, she ain't no politician.
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Reply #75 posted 11/21/20 4:51pm

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SexyMuthaF said:

Why bring candAce into it, she ain't no politician.

Or much of a writer or thinker ...
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Reply #76 posted 11/22/20 5:03am

SexyMuthaF

Just like chris rock said books are kryptonite and education is meaningless to those who denigrate highly intelligent african Americans.
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Reply #77 posted 11/22/20 5:04am

SexyMuthaF

Denigrate means to criticize in a derogatory manner.
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Reply #78 posted 11/22/20 5:06am

SexyMuthaF

Derogatory means disrespectful.
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Reply #79 posted 11/25/20 5:23am

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Reply #80 posted 11/25/20 10:49pm

SexyMuthaF

OMG that's fantastic love it old friend!!!!
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