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10,980 views 188 upvotes Made by frogguy 5 years ago
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22 ups, 5y,
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Fingers in Ears | YOUR AVERAGE HILLARY SUPPORTER | image tagged in fingers in ears | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
8 ups, 5y,
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Haha for a second, i thought she was pulling her eyes back and i thought you were calling Hillary supporters chinese.
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6 ups, 5y,
1 reply
Well she did sell tech secrets to China:

Chinagate, documented by Judicial Watch, was uncovered by Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman. Technology companies allegedly made donations of millions of dollars to various Democratic Party entities, including President Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign, in return for permission to sell high-tech secrets to China.

Bernard Schwartz and his Loral Space & Communication Ltd. later allegedly “helped China to identify the cause of [a rocket failure], thereby advancing China’s missile program and threatening U.S. national security,” according to records.

In a 2013 column titled “Proof Hillary isn’t fit to be president,” Klayman wrote:

"Not to be outdone by her prior scandals, Hillary … masterminded a scheme whereby the Clinton-Gore presidential campaign of 1996 took bribes from communist Chinese banks and their government to bankroll the president’s and the Democratic Party’s re-election efforts when it appeared, due to their low standing in the polls, that all the stops needed to be pulled out. It was the lawsuit that I brought against Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown, where at Hillary’s instruction, he literally sold seats on Department trade missions to China and elsewhere, which principally uncovered this. In late 1996 and early 1997, the scandal had burgeoned to such a level that joint congressional hearings were empaneled, ultimately to be shut down when Democrats uncovered illegal fundraising by some Republicans. The two parties, faced with mutual assured destruction, simply took an exit stage left. However, I soldiered on with my lawsuit. And, while I uncovered a lot about Bonnie and Clyde and their Chinese ‘friends,’ this scandal ultimately took back seat to the Monica Lewinsky scandal, since the media preferred sex to foreign espionage and graft. Hillary and Bill were ironically saved by Monica, who became the lightening rod drawing attention away to what at the time was perhaps the biggest scandal – Chinagate – in American history."
3 ups, 5y,
2 replies
Um... you don't need to take my joke literally and write a small essay.
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2 ups, 5y,
2 replies
Hey, you brought up the Chinese!!! I just followed your lead! :)
2 ups, 5y,
1 reply
Yes, you did follow my lead, but it was like that giant ship in spaceballs chasing after the winnebago, you went way too far.
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2 ups, 5y
HAHA! That's hilarious! Upvoted!
1 up, 5y,
1 reply
I know right?!? I don't like Hillary, but you don't need to take everything literally! (Kind of like me... XD)
2 ups, 5y,
1 reply
If every joke flew over his mind, then that means I can fly!
2 ups, 5y
XD
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12 ups, 5y
9 ups, 5y
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9 ups, 5y
I miss Jerry Ford
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8 ups, 5y
8 ups, 5y,
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4 ups, 5y,
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4 ups, 5y,
1 reply
P**is pops
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4 ups, 5y,
1 reply
Paris?
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2 ups, 5y,
1 reply
P e n i s
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2 ups, 5y
7 ups, 5y,
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4 ups, 5y,
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This girl likes pickles:

http://austinally.wikia.com/wiki/File:Austin_%26_Ally_Z%26C_70.PNG
2 ups, 5y,
1 reply
I don't see how you have any points because you don't know how to generate a meme.
4 ups, 5y,
1 reply
I've certainly tried to post them in the past, and they haven't showed up in any of the comments sections.
2 ups, 5y,
1 reply
Oh, phone problems?
4 ups, 5y,
2 replies
No, apparently I just didn't have enough points to use them in comments.
1 up, 5y,
1 reply
I never knew that was a thing.
1 up, 5y,
1 reply
You have to have like 10k points to meme comment or something around that number
1 up, 5y,
1 reply
oh haha, I never noticed.
4 ups, 5y
Oh the wonders of photoshop
1 up, 5y
i'll upvote all of your comments so you can get to that 10,000.
3 ups, 5y
Lol!
6 ups, 5y,
1 reply
4 ups, 5y
Now THAT was funny!
5 ups, 5y,
3 replies
3 ups, 5y,
1 reply
that was a great strategy used to keep the border states from crossing over to the confederates
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2 ups, 5y
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3 ups, 5y
2 ups, 5y
As Paul Harvey would say..."The rest...of the story:"
"Because it was issued under the President's war powers, it necessarily excluded areas not in rebellion - it applied to more than 3 million of the 4 million slaves at the time. The Proclamation was based on the president's constitutional authority as commander in chief of the armed forces;[3] it was not a law passed by Congress."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emancipation_Proclamation
6 ups, 5y,
5 replies
That's hardly a fair comparison. Washington almost single-handedly lost the American War for Independence several times, and could never have won without French support. Slaves living in Union states had to wait until Andrew Johnson's presidency to be freed. The end of the Cold War had less to do with Reagan and more to do with glasnost. And Clinton hasn't even been elected yet.
8 ups, 5y,
3 replies
6 ups, 5y
6 ups, 5y,
1 reply
I upvote memes that are funny, correctly used, and factually accurate. I downvote and comment on memes that are serious, incorrectly used, or factually inaccurate. It's my goal to Make America Smart Again.
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3 ups, 5y,
1 reply
love it. Finally a voice of reason on this site.
3 ups, 5y,
1 reply
I guess you haven't been on this site very much.
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2 ups, 5y,
1 reply
Actually I have been on here for years under various names.
2 ups, 5y,
2 replies
:0 It's sir_memesalot
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3 ups, 5y
Cuz we all need gooder lernin
2 ups, 5y
O_O
2 ups, 5y
LOL...that is all
4 ups, 5y
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3 ups, 5y,
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Well if you want to get technical about things, think about this. Washington might have almost lost the war different times and got help from the French, but name one war where one side won every single battle without assistance from any foreign nation? By accepting the help from the French, it allowed Washington to win.

What President before Lincoln worked on freeing the slaves? It was because of his work that they started to get free. So regardless of how many were freed, it can still be said it was from his work that they became free. A better argument would be that Lincoln owned slaves to begin with.

Even though Hillary hasn't been elected, what good has she really done up to this point?
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5 ups, 5y,
2 replies
The constitution was actually set up in ways that would allow future amendments, like allowing all men to be freed from slavery. As bad as this country started out with slavery, think about this... This country has only been around for 230+ years and we have already conquered slavery, while other countries such as in the middle east and even parts of Europe, still either practice slavery or condone it. And those countries are much older than the United States. And we can thank our founding fathers and their understanding of broken governments for us being a free nation.
4 ups, 5y
WELL SAID!
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2 ups, 5y,
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As slavery was part of the culture, it wasn't in the mind of the founding fathers to need an amendment to free people from slavery. The constitution was created to allow for future amendments because they know that things change over time and that they wouldn't be able to think of every law that there should be themselves. But slavery has nothing to do with laws or government, it is a cultural thing. The only laws ever created in the US that could be seen as pro-slavery was Section 9 of Article I involving the importation of slaves keeping the federal government out of it, and Section 2 Article IV involving the returning of run-a-way slaves. There were no laws stating that slaves had to be imported or that you were required to own any. It was just a cultural thing in how people got certain work done. The first slavery in the colonies, after indentured servitude, started in 1619. So you are talking about around 244 years of slavery taking place on this land. But if you was to take a look at those same countries that still have slavery, how many of them offer the same freedoms we have? Laws are created based off of the culture, and the culture was changing from needing slaves to making everyone free and equal. If that isn't happening in other countries, why compare them? If their culture is not the same as ours, how can you really compare them to us?
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2 ups, 5y,
1 reply
I don't think you understood what I was conveying. Oh well, moving on.
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2 ups, 5y,
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Now wait a minute, if there is something that wasn't understood, why leave someone with that misunderstanding and not be willing to clarify it? It is mindsets like that which prevent productive conversations to take place.

I posed the question of "What President before Lincoln worked on freeing the slaves?" and your response was "The constitution was actually set up in ways that would allow future amendments, like allowing all men to be freed from slavery." which leaves the assumption that you were saying the founding fathers actually worked on freeing the slaves before Lincoln, which is why I stated "As slavery was part of the culture, it wasn't in the mind of the founding fathers to need an amendment to free people from slavery.". After that I was clarifying the point I made about slavery being more about the culture and not about the laws, and that trying to compare other countries that have been around longer to the USA is actually comparing apples to oranges.

Honestly I think that there are healthy forms of slavery that take place in different parts of the world today, that not just benefit the "owner" but the "slave" as well. Slavery isn't limited to kidnapping someone from their land and selling them to someone else on a different land to become their property. So just because other forms of slavery take place throughout the world, that doesn't mean they should be looked at as evil or inferior, or that we should look at ourselves as someone who has conquered it. In fact slavery still takes place in the US today, just in different forms, and it takes place legally. Legally slavery can be used as a means of punishment for crime.

Hopefully maybe I have cleared up my position on things a little better for you, but considering your last response, I doubt I am going to receive the same treatment.
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1 up, 5y,
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No, just didn't want to get into a huge debate over it.

The founding fathers did not free slaves, but understood that slavery was not moral, but at times necessary. The constitution allowed for the future abolishment of slavery. It was also a state's rights issue, which is in part why we had the civil war, among other things.
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2 ups, 5y
All I will say is that there are a lot of facts that I have already listed that could be used to dispute your claim of the founding fathers finding slavery immoral. Not to mention that the only presidents ever elected for 2 terms before the end of slavery owned slaves themselves.
3 ups, 5y
The slaves had to wait because the Emancipation could only be enacted on enemy territory. Lincoln was limited by Constitutional boundaries, and the Emancipation was justified by war-time powers of the Commander-in-Chief. Lincoln waited because the individual states still in the Union needed to outlaw slavery themselves (most already had anyway), which they promptly did through the 13th Amendment. And it happened during Johnson's term because in the meantime of the Amendment's passing and its ratification, Lincoln was assassinated. Do you even history, bro?
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4 ups, 5y
Lol!
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