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post #106 of 225 (permalink) Old 11-16-2016, 08:01 PM
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So you want to make this about me instead of about Trump and Bannon and the KKK?

You don't think Trump is part of my team? He's making Wall Street really, really happy, which makes my stocks, 401(k) happy too. I will also benefit from his tax plan. Trump will be doing a lot for me. But I don't want the KKK on my team, too.
I want you and people like you to be constant or at least stop pretending like you are. I want you to stop seeing people who don't agree with you as evil, and more importantly stop CALLING them evil. Like I said before partisanship is the enemy of reason and is the main reason we had these two A55holes running this time. Using your own logic Farrakhan was on the team of everyone who voted for Obama, that is kind of offensive no?


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I was appalled when I heard that the first time and yet it happens a ton!

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How can an illegal immigrant vote?
They register to vote just like you would. Most states do not require anyone to prove citizenship in order to vote.

Then on election day, they walk up to the polls, tell their name, get a ballot and vote. Just like you.
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Yes, I do know that. As I said, my hope is that they don't actually support the views of the KKK, but it is clear that the KKK sure does support them.
Does Clinton support the Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam? These are anti-white racists that supported Clinton and donated money to the democrats and Clinton.

Do you hold the democrats and Clinton?
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Trump has nothing to do with Obama. But, if I must, like Trump, I, too, believe Obama is a good man and I did back then as well, and I saw and heard nothing in his policies that would give me concerns about him supporting a Farrakhan perspective and agenda. And he hasn't.

So, back to Trump, Bannon and the KKK.
When Obama first started in office he had that preacher, Wright, counseling him. When asked to specifically denounce a lot of the hate that Wright preaches, Obama said that would not denounce it and supports it.

So yes, Obama in his own words support that ideology. That’s a very strong statement of what Obama believes, even if he does not address it in public. He’s a careful politician.

Why are you ok with President Obama supporting hate groups?
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Sorry, I really have no interest in talking about Clinton, Obama or Farakkan. I'm out.

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So you want to make this about me instead of about Trump and Bannon and the KKK?

You don't think Trump is part of my team? He's making Wall Street really, really happy, which makes my stocks, 401(k) happy too. I will also benefit from his tax plan. This will help my fiance and I retire early, and soon. Trump will be doing a lot for me. But I don't want the KKK on my team, too.
Trump denounced the KKK. His campaign denounced the KKK. The KKK is not on Trump's team. I don't know why you think they are.
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Sorry, I really have no interest in talking about Clinton, Obama or Farakkan. I'm out.
OK, so you hold Trump to a different standard than others that have been the president. Very interesting.
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OK, so you hold Trump to a different standard than others that have been the president. Very interesting.
He has no experience at governing, diplomacy, or military, which makes him highly unpredictable as President. That makes him different, yes, and sets the standards bar in an entirely different place. His learning curve is HUGE.

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Sorry, I really have no interest in talking about Clinton, Obama or Farakkan. I'm out.
Of course not because then you would have to admit the double standard. Just sad.

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He has no experience at governing, diplomacy, or military, which makes him highly unpredictable as President. That makes him different, yes, and sets the standards bar in an entirely different place. His learning curve is HUGE.
Now you are changing your argument.
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How sad is this?

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I'm not advocating violence.

I'm advocating that those who advocate trying to overturn the election, which would result in violence, should stop doing that. They lost, we won, and it's time to get over it.

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He has no experience at governing, diplomacy, or military, which makes him highly unpredictable as President. That makes him different, yes, and sets the standards bar in an entirely different place. His learning curve is HUGE.
What's huge is the probability of a major policy screw up when he appoints - predictably - the fringes in his administration.
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He has no experience at governing, diplomacy, or military, which makes him highly unpredictable as President. That makes him different, yes, and sets the standards bar in an entirely different place. His learning curve is HUGE.
If you want to be objective and fair, you'd have to acknowledge that then Senator Obama also had no experience at governing, diplomacy, or military. That's why he supported the Arab Springs, which turned into a massive disaster. He may have meant well but he didn't learn a thing from Bush with regard to what happens when a dictator is ousted, leaving a vacuum to be filled by a more dangerous entity. The Arab Springs created a vacuum that gave rise to ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood, the latter of which took over Egypt. He could have stopped them, but instead he turned his nose up and ignored them. He called them JV. He didn't had any military experience but the generals did. However, he ignored their advice and as a result, ISIS stormed into Iraq and Syria, raping and killing. The terror they created was broadcasted throughout the world, which caused a massive refugee crisis, sending hundreds of thousands of Muslims into Europe. Women in Europe have been raped and violently assaulted due to the influx of refugees. Britain's exit from the EU is due in part to Europe being overrun by Muslim refugees to the point where the UK is now going hard right. Angela Merkel is now seen as a weak leader for ignoring the refugee problems and the Germans are livid.

Obama then took thousands of Muslim refugees into the US. The problem with Muslims is that they are the least likely group to assimilate into their host country's culture, so we'll be looking at more honor killings in the future right here on US soil.

All because the left thought it was cool to have a black man with no experience to be president. At least Trump understands the dangers of radical Islam, but for some inexplicable reason, Bannon poses some doomsday threats to the left that cause them more concern than the disasters that Obama has left in his wake. It's incredible to me.
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What's huge is the probability of a major policy screw up when he appoints - predictably - the fringes in his administration.
You mean like appointing that dumb sack of botox, John Kerry, to be Secretary of State, who negotiated the Iran Nuclear Deal that resulted in sanctions being lifted and freeing up to $100 billions to the Iran government, in addition to the billions more Obama sent them, and us not getting anything but a promise that they won't continue to enrich uranium?
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