View Poll Results: Which is your favorite excuse for Trump's racist tweets about the Squad?

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  • He never mentioned race.

    5 35.71%
  • He would have said it about white people too.

    1 7.14%
  • Arabic and Mestizo aren't races.

    1 7.14%
  • What about what some other person did?

    4 28.57%
  • It wasn't racism, it was xenophobia.

    0 0%
  • They hate America,

    0 0%
  • dEmS aRe ThE rEaL rAcIsTs.

    3 21.43%
  • He wasn't talking about the Squad.

    0 0%
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Thread: Which is your favorite excuse for Trump's racist tweets about the Squad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    Oh Yea, drooling, seething & gnashing of teeth, demands for impeachment, treason, etc etc etc.....
    you mean, like the last two years?......

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    Quote Originally Posted by MASON View Post
    Trump wouldn't know how to play checkers.
    Hahahaha! Trump is cheating at Candy Land, while his opponents are playing 3D chess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PostmodernProphet View Post
    you mean, like the last two years?......
    No, much worse-not so much politicians as his fans.......

    It is really sad that some in our country have more trust & respect for foreign adversarial leaders than our own loyal opposition.

    “But I suppose the most revolutionary act one can engage in is... to tell the truth.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Hahahaha! Trump is cheating at Candy Land, while his opponents are playing 3D chess.
    He drives his golf cart on the greens!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MASON View Post
    He drives his golf cart on the greens!
    "When you're President, they let you do it."

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    Just a sad philosophical comment about today's 50th anniversary of the moon landing. It happened at the tail end of one of the most turbulent decades in our history. Civil rights. Women's rights. War in Vietnam. Protests, bombings, marches, riots, burnings, assassinations. Yet we somehow managed to overcome all that to create one of our most amazing human achievements -- putting people on a foreign space body that every person can see at night, and bringing them back home safely again. For a little while, our whole planet was one united species. Even if you weren't alive back then, you still may marvel at how primitive the technology was that enabled us to do this, compared to what you have in your purse or pocket today. We haven't done anything comparable in your life time, so far.

    Fast forward to today. We have an insane clown for a president, a country far more divided than it was in 1969, yet still prosperous and influential. Once upon a time the world looked at us as a shining beacon of freedom, liberty, science, technology, achievement, aspiration, peace. Do you think that we still have that image?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Just a sad philosophical comment about today's 50th anniversary of the moon landing. It happened at the tail end of one of the most turbulent decades in our history. Civil rights. Women's rights. War in Vietnam. Protests, bombings, marches, riots, burnings, assassinations. Yet we somehow managed to overcome all that to create one of our most amazing human achievements -- putting people on a foreign space body that every person can see at night, and bringing them back home safely again. For a little while, our whole planet was one united species. Even if you weren't alive back then, you still may marvel at how primitive the technology was that enabled us to do this, compared to what you have in your purse or pocket today. We haven't done anything comparable in your life time, so far.

    Fast forward to today. We have an insane clown for a president, a country far more divided than it was in 1969, yet still prosperous and influential. Once upon a time the world looked at us as a shining beacon of freedom, liberty, science, technology, achievement, aspiration, peace. Do you think that we still have that image?
    of course we do -look a t all the immigrants from around the world trying to get here legally and illegally.
    Our universities are world class, our economy dynamic and growing good jobs

    I'll not go into the rest of the spiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Just a sad philosophical comment about today's 50th anniversary of the moon landing. It happened at the tail end of one of the most turbulent decades in our history. Civil rights. Women's rights. War in Vietnam. Protests, bombings, marches, riots, burnings, assassinations. Yet we somehow managed to overcome all that to create one of our most amazing human achievements -- putting people on a foreign space body that every person can see at night, and bringing them back home safely again. For a little while, our whole planet was one united species. Even if you weren't alive back then, you still may marvel at how primitive the technology was that enabled us to do this, compared to what you have in your purse or pocket today. We haven't done anything comparable in your life time, so far.

    Fast forward to today. We have an insane clown for a president, a country far more divided than it was in 1969, yet still prosperous and influential. Once upon a time the world looked at us as a shining beacon of freedom, liberty, science, technology, achievement, aspiration, peace. Do you think that we still have that image?
    You should go back to where you came from for even thinking we are not still a shinning bacon on a hill ...

    It is really sad that some in our country have more trust & respect for foreign adversarial leaders than our own loyal opposition.

    “But I suppose the most revolutionary act one can engage in is... to tell the truth.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Just a sad philosophical comment about today's 50th anniversary of the moon landing. It happened at the tail end of one of the most turbulent decades in our history. Civil rights. Women's rights. War in Vietnam. Protests, bombings, marches, riots, burnings, assassinations. Yet we somehow managed to overcome all that to create one of our most amazing human achievements -- putting people on a foreign space body that every person can see at night, and bringing them back home safely again. For a little while, our whole planet was one united species. Even if you weren't alive back then, you still may marvel at how primitive the technology was that enabled us to do this, compared to what you have in your purse or pocket today. We haven't done anything comparable in your life time, so far.

    Fast forward to today. We have an insane clown for a president, a country far more divided than it was in 1969, yet still prosperous and influential. Once upon a time the world looked at us as a shining beacon of freedom, liberty, science, technology, achievement, aspiration, peace. Do you think that we still have that image?
    Oh gawd, we have enough of that bullshit over here from the hard Left
    In rejecting their view [Spinoza, Leibnitz and Hegel], as I shall contend that we must, we are committing ourselves to the opinion that “truth” in empirical material has a meaning different from that which it bears in logic and mathematics.”

    Bertrand Russell, “An Inquiry Into Meaning & Truth” (1940)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havana Moon View Post
    Oh gawd, we have enough of that bullshit over here from the hard Left
    why is it i feel the urge to render my garments in shame (strong emotion such as shame, anger, or mourning.)
    when i read this drudgery? I need a guilt guide levels of shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    No, much worse-not so much politicians as his fans.......
    you really think that anything could worse than what we've seen from the demmycunts the last two years?....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Just a sad philosophical comment about today's 50th anniversary of the moon landing. It happened at the tail end of one of the most turbulent decades in our history. Civil rights. Women's rights. War in Vietnam. Protests, bombings, marches, riots, burnings, assassinations. Yet we somehow managed to overcome all that to create one of our most amazing human achievements -- putting people on a foreign space body that every person can see at night, and bringing them back home safely again. For a little while, our whole planet was one united species. Even if you weren't alive back then, you still may marvel at how primitive the technology was that enabled us to do this, compared to what you have in your purse or pocket today. We haven't done anything comparable in your life time, so far.

    Fast forward to today. We have an insane clown for a president, a country far more divided than it was in 1969, yet still prosperous and influential. Once upon a time the world looked at us as a shining beacon of freedom, liberty, science, technology, achievement, aspiration, peace. Do you think that we still have that image?
    Absolutely. Otherwise, people wouldn't risk life and limb to get here, doncha think? People would be leaving instead.

    The country is divided; how did that happen? Be honest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    Well, Trump portrays himself as a very rich man. Of course w/o anyone being able to see his tax returns, we don't know for sure. We do know about the multiple bankruptcies. He also started out on third base, with a rich daddy who gave him millions -- multiple times, to bail him out. Trump's a genius at one thing: He is good at selling himself with a line of b.s. that would make P.T. Barnum envious. He has conned bankers, financiers, investors, would-be Trump-U students, and voters.... and done it better than anyone else.
    He wasn't "given" the money he has, he made it. The man is a financial, social and marketing genius. Plus, he has natural charisma and wit which resonates with people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Life is Golden View Post
    The country is divided; how did that happen? Be honest.
    It's divided because we let it happen, we let media and leaders convince us that our particular POV is superior to all others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Life is Golden View Post
    He wasn't "given" the money he has, he made it. The man is a financial, social and marketing genius. Plus, he has natural charisma and wit which resonates with people.
    There is nothing to be said about this other than would you pls pass that bong when you're done? lol

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