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  • ljadw
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    Wrong : you used pseudo scientific arguments (Darwinian blahblah ) to prove that Conservatives ( who you falsely equate with republicans ) are genetically people with mental defects .
    Some 80 years ago, in Germany and the US, Sweden, UK, the same arguments were used to stigmatize whole parts of the population as indesirables, Untermenschen ( today one uses the term Deplorables ) who had to be eliminated .
    Eugenics, euthanasia, holocaust : they all start from the same principle : the state has the right to eliminate non perfect people .And, what you use : the unproved allegation that the acts of conservatives are genetically and mentally determined, goes in the same direction : tomorrow a liberal will say : conservatives are mentally sick and must be locked up to protect society, and when there is no longer any place ,the answer will be : kill them .
    You have made the first step . Someone will come to make the second step ,and you also will be a victim : some one will come and say : TactiKill is physically not perfect and that has an influence on his behavior ,and that is a danger for society : kill him .

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  • TactiKill J.
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    Originally posted by ljadw View Post

    If someone had said the same thing in post 9 about black people, you would be the first to say that it was racist .
    Not really. Most of it wouldn't be true anyway, except the homosexual part. Unfortunately most blacks are extremely homophobic. Saying so isn't racist. But, again the key difference is that Black is a race, republican is not. One cannot be racist as it's not discussing a race.

    Next time you're critical of democrats I'll just call you racist. Because if someone said the same about whites you'd call it racist. Hopefully you see how incredibly stupid that sounds.

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  • Massena
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    Only where Trump is concerned...?

    Or perhaps not respond at all? There is no requirement here to respond to every post or thread...

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  • marktwain
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    How many times on how many different threads are we going to hash out this same old CRAP?! Don't like Trump? WE DON"T CARE.

    Enough.

    Consider " meh" as a response....
    You do seem to over react to any divergent view....

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  • ljadw
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    Originally posted by TactiKill J. View Post

    Republicans aren't a race.
    If someone had said the same thing in post 9 about black people, you would be the first to say that it was racist .
    Saying '' Republicans are not a race '' proves that you don't know the difference between conservatives and republicans : Collins, Murkowski, McCain, the Main Street Republicans, the Bushes, Ike, etc, were not conservatives .But the Bourbon Democrats were conservatives .
    If you do know the difference but still amalgamates them,it proves that you are dishonest .
    Other point : no one is 100 % conservative : some are fiscal conservative, others religious conservative, etc ..
    The fact that you are using dubious and pseudo -scientific arguments proves that you are desperate .

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post

    No. No matter what political party, the members of Congress should do what is best for the country. And supporting Trump without question is not what is best for the country.
    And I suppose you think what democRats are doing right now is good for the Country?

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  • Massena
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    Originally posted by Nikki View Post

    Sigh, please get your facts straight!
    The FBI was involved way before that meeting with the Aussie because the FBI were the ones who sent the Aussie to meet with Pap. To try to get him to say something he shouldn't. Even an idiot can clearly see that now, why can't you?
    Sorry, but you're wrong. Seems to me you are a stranger to factual analysis.

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  • Massena
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    Originally posted by Trung Si View Post
    As they should be, since he is the Republican President!

    No. No matter what political party, the members of Congress should do what is best for the country. And supporting Trump without question is not what is best for the country.

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  • wolfhnd
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    Truly insane

    It's like they are pretending the Trump-Russia hoax never existed.

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  • Nikki
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post

    That is wrong. The dossier was not the catalyst of the investigation, Papadopulous running his mouth to an Australian was. That's how the FBI became involved.

    Get your facts straight and stop repeating Trump and Republican propaganda.
    Sigh, please get your facts straight!
    The FBI was involved way before that meeting with the Aussie because the FBI were the ones who sent the Aussie to meet with Pap. To try to get him to say something he shouldn't. Even an idiot can clearly see that now, why can't you?

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  • T. A. Gardner
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  • Mountain Man
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    How many times on how many different threads are we going to hash out this same old CRAP?! Don't like Trump? WE DON"T CARE.

    Enough.

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post

    And the Republicans in Congress, especially in the Senate, are in lock-step with Trump.
    As they should be, since he is the Republican President!


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  • Freebird
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post

    Get your facts straight and stop repeating Trump and Republican propaganda.
    Get your facts straight and stop repeating Fake News and Lefty Snowflake propaganda

    Originally posted by Massena View Post
    why is there now an investigation of the investigators, now based on lies from the AG?
    What lie are you alleging?

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post

    Did you read the article? And the Republicans in Congress, especially in the Senate, are in lock-step with Trump. And for one thing, they are scared of him.
    So, Republicans like Justin Amash are in "lockstep" with Trump are they...?

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