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    09-01-2016, 01:00 PM
    I have no respect for anyone who would trash Gary Johnson and support Donald Trump. I have a lot of respect for anyone who would trash Gary Johnson and trash Donald Trump and support Daryl Castle. There are more then two three choices you know.
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    09-01-2016, 12:58 PM
    Actually Trump did do a reversal. It's a double reversal. He went from deportation force to "that is to be determined" to "deportation force" all over again. Just a few days ago Trump supporters here way saying "Who cares about a deportation force?" So if he takes it out or puts it back it,it doesn't matter.
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    09-01-2016, 12:52 PM
    I think you may be reading "national advisory council" wrong. It's not that there are only 6 people that Jacob Monty brought to the table. Rather there are 6 representatives to advise Trump on winning the Hispanic vote. You wouldn't want thousands or hundreds or even 10s of people on such a committee.
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    09-01-2016, 11:11 AM
    http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/culture/dylan-gwinn/2016/08/30/sports-media-cuts-kaepernick-quote-protect-clinton-hide-insults During the press conference, the following Q&A sequence occurred with reporters: “Does the fact that this is an election year have anything to do with the timing? CK: It wasn’t a timing thing, it wasn’t something that was planned. But I think the two presidential candidates that we currently have also represent the issues that we have in this country right now. Can you expound on that? CK: You have Hillary , who has called black teens or black kids super predators. You have Donald Trump, who is openly racist. We have a presidential candidate (Clinton) who has deleted emails and done things illegally and is a presidential candidate. That doesn’t make sense to me. If that was any other person, you’d be in prison. So what is this country really standing for?”
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    09-01-2016, 11:07 AM
    Well some 50 odd years after the end of the war of 1812, and a civil war and millions of lives later, the slavery oppression ended. It would have been cheaper and better to have just offered the slaves their freedom in exchange to fighting against the British. But oppressors often do stupid things. No. You're the one playing the game. Laws are to be both just and fair. Just means a good law in the first place. Fair means equally applied. For example I believe it is just for a drunk who kills someone in a car accident to be civilly and criminally penalized. But if someone decided to except certain people from that law it would not be fair. And it's not just a black and white thing. No group should be given preferential treatment under the law whether it's blacks, whites, cops, politicians or whatever. Let's take the cop example. If cops routinely get away selling drugs, does the fact that occasionally one gets really sent up the river make what happens to everyone else fair? Of course not. Ummmm....are we reading the same stories? In every story written about Colin it's that he's taking about the suffering of black people in general. Really if you are that uninformed on the subject you should do some more reading before attempting to comment. Here's the CK quote that got everyone in an uproar. Note that he was talking about the oppression of people of color as a group and not the oppression of himself personally.
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    09-01-2016, 10:38 AM
    And here's one detail Trump is leaving out of even his "clarified" stance. He promised in 2015 to "expedite" the process for the millions of immigrants who want to come here including the ones here now who are willing to go home first. So how is that "expedited" process going to work? How long will it take? If 11 million leave by February 2017 after he's taken office and 20 million come back in legally before 2017 is over because of Trump's "expedited" plan, will you be okay with that?
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    09-01-2016, 10:33 AM
    :rolleyes: right back at you. Elian Gonzales from Cuba, not Mexico. And I was attacking Clinton in that post. You've got your panties in such a wad over your Trump fetish that you can't even tell when someone isn't attacking Trump.
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    09-01-2016, 12:29 AM
    Bill Clinton had the deportation force idea first.
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    09-01-2016, 12:21 AM
    And from Saddam Hussein's point of view the Kurds and the Shiites were making war against the U.S. See there's this thing in human nature that causes people to want to rebel when you oppress them. So.....stop oppressing people. Ummm....did you not watch that Ron Paul video? He pointed out that while blacks and whites use drugs at the same rate blacks are far more likely to be arrested, once arrested far more likely to be prosecuted and once prosecuted far more likely to be incarcerated. So no, whites are not oppressed by the drug war to the same extent that blacks are. Not even kind of.
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    08-31-2016, 06:10 PM
    Oh. So liberty is defined by what the other country does. :rolleyes: It doesn't matter though. Your hero Trump has already betrayed you. The plan, as best as I can tell, is to deport the criminals, "work" with everyone else on their back taxes, hope the voluntarily deport themselves, and then expedite the process of bringing all 11 million of them back as rapidly as possible. But it's not "amnesty" because they aren't put in the front of the line. Instead the line will be greatly widened to entry into the U.S. will be "expedited" for everyone else as well. You've been had. You just aren't ready to admit it yet. Give it a year or two to sink in. I'll be here with tissue and cooked crow. Do you prefer baked, fried or grilled?
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    08-31-2016, 06:04 PM
    Right. Because telling someone he can't send money to family members back home is so pro liberty. :rolleyes:
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    08-31-2016, 04:30 PM
    Okay. 16 y/o daughter then?
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    08-31-2016, 04:19 PM
    Meh. Just make men and women wear burkhas and forget it.
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    08-31-2016, 04:18 PM
    Well at least this time the cops didn't plant the weed like they did when they killed that grandmother in Atlanta.
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    08-31-2016, 04:16 PM
    Would you be okay with your 13 year old daughter sleeping unsupervised in a hotel room with a 13 year old boy who only decided to be a girl for that field trip? http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/aug/23/md-schools-dont-tell-parents-transgender-males/
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    08-31-2016, 03:30 PM
    LOL. What? :rolleyes: Hey Stef. There's something called YouTube advertising.
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    08-31-2016, 03:25 PM
    He'll probably say that having to find where 30M 29S is in the clip is too hard. No hump but Trump.
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    08-31-2016, 03:23 PM
    :rolleyes: Translation. "Don't take my hero away from me! I'm going to assume he is right even before I watch evidence that might show he is not because that's how I show how smart I am."
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    08-31-2016, 03:16 PM
    Well now you know and knowing is half the battle. Hillary Clinton was the architect of the policy to overthrow Qaddafi. Yes Obama had to ultimately sign off on it but it wasn't his idea. If you want to continue to make that claim after I've given you evidence to the contrary then sure, make that claim. I showed you the video where Hillary said she thought Ambassador Stevens was "joking" when he asked to either have more security or be pulled out. If you think that has nothing to do with Hillary then you just aren't thinking straight. Ask Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Seymour Hersh. But note that I didn't even bring that up so this is a red herring on your part.
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    08-31-2016, 03:08 PM
    Okay. Fair enough. I thought I explained it already in post #4. I'll attempt again. In the war of 1812 the British enticed slaves to fight for them in exchange for freedom. The British, of course, lost the war. Those who had taken the British up on their offer had to flee for their lives. Thus "terror of flight or the gloom of the grave." There would be no refuge in the U.S. for any slave who decided to take a chance and fight for his freedom. No refuge could save the hireling and slave From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave And like I said in post #4, I expect tyrants to act that way and slavery was a form of tyranny. Why should black people who actually feel oppressed care about the race of the person pointing out the oppression? Should black people be upset at Ron Paul for pointing out that the drug war is racist?
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    08-31-2016, 02:53 PM
    So you think the Benghazi attack was the work of a lone gunman? :rolleyes: Here's all anyone needs to know about Benghazi. 1) Qaddafi had made peace with the U.S. but that witch Hillary decided to take him out anyway. 2) The London Telegraph reported in 2011 that Libya rebel commanders bragged about their Al Qaeda fighters who had killed Americans in Iraq. That didn't stop Hillary from backing the Libyan rebels. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8407047/Libyan-rebel-commander-admits-his-fighters-have-al-Qaeda-links.html
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    08-31-2016, 02:32 PM
    The Russians and Assad forces were the main ones taking the fight to ISIS in Allepo.
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    08-31-2016, 02:29 PM
    Most businesses have not problem with fill-in-the-blank giving them money. Many customers have a problem with someone who is obviously a man going into the ladies room just because he says "I'm a lady today." Target has lost millions since announcing its "Use the bathroom you feel like" policy, even though no "official" boycott was launched. And that's the free market at work. If Target is okay with losing money that's fine. The problem is when zealots of any stripe (in this case LGBT zealots), misuse the legal process to engage in social engineering.
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    08-31-2016, 02:25 PM
    Sure. That's why I called it a false choice fallacy. Duh! Use your brain Dannno. Prior to the scat stirring by the LGBT zealots you champion this wasn't even an issue. People who looked like men went into the men's room. People who looked like women went into the women's room. Nobody was at the stalls checking to see who had a penis or vagina or what was put on who's birth certificate. Then the LGBT zealots you champion, but don't really understand, decided to pass a law in Charlotte North Carolina stating that people should be able to use whatever bathroom they felt was their gender at the moment. That was a STUPID STUPID STUPID law but because you've turned your brain off on this issue you aren't willing to call it out for it's stupidity. There are already cases of men arrested because they were in the women's room photographing under the stalls. They used the "I am really a woman right now" ploy to get into the bathroom. So there was "blowback", if you will, in the North Carolina state legislature. They came back and said "Throughout the state you must use the bathroom on your birth certificate." That makes little sense. If you've had hormone therapy and your penis cut off why make you use the men's room? But again it was the LGBT zealots you champion that caused the problem!
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    08-31-2016, 12:49 PM
    Did you not read the OP? Threatening people with death who merely want their freedom rather than offering them their freedom to fight for you is a hyperdouche move. Do you like Kaepernick for not standing for the Star Spangled Banner? Well I don't like Francis Scott Key for what he wrote into it.
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    08-31-2016, 12:35 PM
    Note that your transgender heroes call women "fish" and yet they aren't bigots because..........? So it's politically correct for a man trying to be a woman to hate women? And I'm guessing you are the one "yes" vote to the poll. Care to explain why you think a guy who is clearly a guy and not even at all transgender should be allowed to use the ladies room?
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