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Waaaaaa......not my .......waaaaaa...... president.....  | IT'S ONLY PROTESTING IF HUMAN RIGHTS HAVE BEEN VIOLATED PROTESTING FOR NOT GETTING YOUR WAY IS CALLED CRYING | image tagged in creepy condescending wonka,cry baby,college liberal,donald trump,hillary clinton,millennial | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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But Thats None Of My Business Meme | IT'S A PROTEST IF PEOPLE ARE UPSET WITH SOMETHING THAT'S WHAT A PROTEST IS | image tagged in memes,but thats none of my business,kermit the frog | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Now, you can question the validity or efficacy of a protest, but it's not defined by a violation of human rights.
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But Thats None Of My Business Meme | YOU WOULD KNOW THE DIFFERENCE IF YOU WORKED WITH SMALL CHILDREN | image tagged in memes,but thats none of my business,kermit the frog | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
If you want to get technical; A screaming five year old throwing a tantrum is a "protest". I volunteer with a lot of small kids, and there is a fine line between protests and just being a crybaby.

Also, my guess is your opinion would be completely different if the tables were turned
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"MY GUESS IS  YOUR OPINION WOULD BE COMPLETELY DIFFERENT IF THE TABLES WERE TURNED" I SEE YOUR POINT. IF TRUMP SUPPORTERS WERE UPSET OVER HI | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
You make an excellent point :)
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Thanks. You do too; Like I said its a fine line. We would both have diff opinions if the tables were turned
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Thanks! :D another great discussion with a great man
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What if the NUMBERS looked REAL SUSPICIOUS?
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Got way too criptic at the end.
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And typos and autorejects to boot. Sorry. Heydrich ran the Brown Shirts - until the Nazis had complete power - then he was stabbed to death along with his also Gay lieutenant. By the SS/Gestapo. - who assumed secret police duties once the SA had given them control of the streets - through acts of not QUITE random brutality.

I probly was getting tired and gothic - damn near rococco- in the ornamentation and detail. Clearly, my bad.

The later point was comparing the KOCH's ginning up opposition to Obama's Presidency - from before he had it....all the way to a few years ago (Correspondents' Dinner was a Shit sando for Donald) based on more or less racist, xenophobic, and entirely spurious reasons, to the false narrative in this thread (but accepting the validity of it - ad arguendo - as a given. So agreed - very hard to follow.
Then, I point out that they OUTNUMBER the Trump volks - and would WIN a street battle. Hence the SA is on the FLIP - instead of the streets. I was pointing out that the SA in this country are HARDER on the net than real life.

And sure righties love AR's, but so do the homies. And sure probably not quite as gangster in Portland - but there are some. And who wants another civil war, really...cause I'm ready.

I did that horribly. Again sorry and hope that helped - and was worth a BMOF's wrath.
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but surely a protest needs to have some kind of objective? if they're only protesting because they lost...what is their objective? :-/
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Good point. I'm not sure why your comment was downvoted into hidden status :/
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i think my comment was against the grain, judging from the rest of the comments i read :-p we have this same thing in the UK with the people who lost the Brexit vote, 6 months later they're still complaining, i know it's not nice when your team loses but people just need to get on with it. When you look at the UK and US we're like the biggest democracies going, supposed to be setting an example to other nations but then you look at Brexit and the election and see how the losing team reacts...it's not making us look too clever :-/
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Martial law under Obama so the transfer of power can be delayed to who knows when. George Soros, a Hungarian Jewish Nazi dealer and Stalin supporter, is paying "protesters"
to advance gov't overthrow and create communist rule around the world. $35 hr to riot and loot plus keep all you steal.
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yeah he's a nasty little piece of work. martial law or some kind of 9/11 before January wouldn't surprise me at all :-/
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Is there someway to do more than merely UPVOTE the only sensible comment on this page?

Could I leverage UPVOTE default-swap-credits - to add in the upvotes of my as yet non-existent offspring. I'm just going to assume that I manage to fare better than Germany's White Rose Society did - and stay out of President Pence' FEMA camps for non conformist sinners. Sin's ok - if you on the Straussian Dominionist Team.
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yeah you got a point. i should have worded it different, but i think the point still gets across.
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I guess America still isn't quite ready for a female president.
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Oh we're ready for a female president. As soon as a competent woman with a chance of winning comes along.
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It doesn't make any difference to me: I'm not American.
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In that case: Thanks for your time, be good, be good to each other!
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tell that to Martin Luther King jr. participants. or a war veteran.. you know... a human being... your homework is to write us a definition of the word: unalienable
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Their parents must be so proud
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I guess my favorite quote yesterday was... When the tea party saw how government was working, they didn't cry about it in the streets... They got their people elected
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Don'tyou mean that it was their SPONSORS - in Corporatist Murica - that got people elected. And which tea party do you mean.... the Patriots or the holiday inn Express version...

And MOST of the REAL work was done years prior. Gerrymanding the districts UNDER the Hammer - convicted Felon - Tom DeLay provided lots of oddly shaped GOP friendly districts - producing the FALSE appearance of a majoritarian rule in the Congrefs. In fact JUST the opposite. Which is why most of the savvy political handicappers ...unaware of the vote machine/tabulators being rigged (so not THAT SAVVY, obviously) had predicted 0 future presidential success for the GOP.

But aside from questionable counts....they usually anticipate people voting in their OWN INTEREST. And that isn't a given with poor, poorly educated, righteously ANGRY people. They are SUPER easy to manipulate... So just TELL''EM that you HAVE A PLAN - and that if you get elected, that you have a FINAL SOLUTION to all their problems and questions. But you can't talk about specifics UNTIL you're in office.

By then you're into POWER....and a good portion of your surplus population (useless eaters) are in.secure facilities - where 'Work makes you Free'.
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When the county maps are red from coast to coast, gerrymandering is not your issue. Face is, she was the worst of the 2 candidates.
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Hey John - good to see you. Sincerely. Like I say - you funny Cuzz.

I Disagree with your assertions as being factual.

Cattle and sheep can't vote...and that is who one is talking about in terms of the real numbers in most of those "fly-over' counties. In real numbers the right wing amounts to @ most 26% - which correlates well with Bush/Cheney/Truump - STRONG SUPPORT - numbers.

Now most Muricans are completely confused about a WHOLE LOT. Like Obamacare....KYNEXT (I believe that's the exchange name in Kentucky) is super popular....JUST not OBAMACARE. Which sounds foreign and SCARY... "Keep your GOVERNMENT HANDS OFF MY MEDICARE" - was always a favorite Tea Partier Sign quote. Sigh.

I DO AGREE that she totally was AWFUL. Which is why Joe Biden would have been a far better 'mainstream' (eventual convention winner) choice....but after the death of his son....he pulled out. I wonder if HILLROD had anything to do with that....?

Both Biden and BERNIE polled ahead of Hill - who left Trump behind consistently...right up to election night. Still unsure of how to make sense of the results. As I may have mentioned, I would LOVE to see and compare exit polls, to REPORTED precinct tallies.

On the morning of post-election day Wednesday in 2004, I watched a very talented and capable News Director be fired. For simply reporting (in an email blast - NOT EVEN ON AIR) what to this Day, I am convinced was the TRUTH.

He found a University Mathematics and/or Stats Prof. - who had done an analysis of exit polls versus reported results in PA. His Conclusion - PA was stolen by vote machine. And Ohio had problems too, as you MAY recall.

So if you want to make me another tinfoil hat - for THIS election cycle only, please... I will try it on for fit. But I tend to LEAD in the area of trends...not follow. So make some extras - in case they become Popular.

The GOP GERRYMANDER is HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Specific. Doesn't affect presidential elections except as a GOP unpopularity fig leaf.
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On the Gerrymander subject, it stands to reason that the house vote would for the most part follow the presidential, which is why the dems did not take the house or even make real gains. I'm not sure where you get the 25% numbers, but they smell a little like poop. I am glad however we agree that she was the worst possible candidate, and creepy Joe would never have gotten a run, as the Clinton machine would have turned on him too. Imagine all the women coming out of the woodwork saying "Joe touched me". Bernie got a bad deal, but was far too left to have won the national and the DNC fixers knew that.
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I think your perception of the political balance is Off. The GOP must have better coaches....cause their people turn out universally _off years etc.

Find me a poll number "strongly support" that's higher...not since W and Cheney.. And.thats their folks.

Bernie beats Trump (and Hillary) in every poll I saw. I guess superdelegates Don't poll well. And Hill's failure to Capture alienated Bernie people may have cost her the election.

Socialism has become less of a dirty word than LIBERAL- probably thanks to OBAMACARE and Tea Party misnomers.

As socialists go Bernie us a moderate democratic socialist...so it was hard for Debbie Wasserman Shultz to create a distinction (with DEMS OR HILL) when asked...

And he's an experienced Congressman/ Senator. So not a hard sell once the Cameras are turned that way.

Obama WON 2012 - and LOST the congrefs. So it may be an algorithm - that can be adjusted during black box "software updates".

Gonna go watch Color get beat up now...I'll look back.
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Update - auto down vote. CONOR didn't get beat up.
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Which is why I'M an Independent. I think the Bi-Cameral System is failing..HAS failed the People. I believe both Parties are irretrievably corrupt, and have not represented their constituents for decades. The numbers and the end results of "how the sausage is made" has proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt that Congress' "constituency" is SuperPACs, multinational corporations, and the obscenely wealthy. The American Dream is nearly dead or IS dead. The middle class is half of what it used to be. What this means is that businesses and employers are doing two major things to the public work force: 1) They've been outsourcing hundreds of thousands of jobs. And 2) They have slashed and slowed down wages, cut benefits, and "downsized" to make more money. You throw in the automation they now want and are developing, and you have a national crisis.

History, facts, and stats/graphs have shown that Republicans are (slightly) more for the culprits mentioned above than the Dems. Big deal. Dems have been caught with their hands in cookie jars, too. I know. But the most corporate/banker friendly HAS been the GOP. This is why they are merely 23% of the national vote, and why Dems are 36% but rapidly losing voters to MY crowd, the Indys. The Republican Party's extremely unpopular nationally. So what did they do? Gerrymandered like crazy, cheating the democratic system. Democrats have also done this, but again, less so. It's funny that millions of very frustrated, very angry people are protesting and Republicans (who lets remember mathematically and factually CAN'T produce a majority vote) are smiling and waving.

Sure. Make all the memes you want. America's burning. And that's no laughing matter.
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Regulation and bad trade deals have been the detriment of the middle class. Trade deals, policies and regulations that have supported the rise of large corporate entities in every segment of business in this country as opposed to regional an d local businesses which were the lifeblood of the middle class. Walmart being my favorite example. I was a road rep in Virginia when Wal-mart entered the state, destroying 6-10 businesses in every small town they entered and doing nothing for the community other than LOWERING the number of net jobs. The model; has been repeated now to where almost all categories have been attacked by a similar scourge, sporting goods, pet supply, shoes, groceries and the list goes on. All allowed to happen by non-business oriented buffoons from both sides of the aisle who accepted donations as fast as the checks could be written. These same buffoons who thought we would make up for the job losses with "technical jobs" didn't factor in the losses due to automation and the jobs that would go out of the country because they either didn't anticipate that their policies were pushing them there or possibly even worse, as an unwritten advantage to other countries of signing their deals. My bottom line... NOTHING should be to big to fail except for the USA.
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Gerrymandering was for the Dems and munirities in MO or they would have 7 of 8 seats conservative. KC got cut up special just to keep a crooked black preacher in Congress. So it wasn't Rep. Controlled but few of liberal courts giving even more gerrymander to create false liberal districts.
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Or correcting an obviously unlawful attempt @ RACIAL GERRYMANDERING. BY Tom DeLay and company.

Sometimes you get it so WRONG intentionally...that the Court is forced to act. So you are complaining about ANY representation for BLACKS - in places like FERGUSON.

SEEMS ABOUT RIGHT.
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I know the way republicans acted after Obama was elected was very uncalled for
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And don't forget the "Sock Monkey Parties" they threw, and were dumb enough to photograph and be proud of.

Cause I'LL never forget.
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Racism is a 2 way street, and as long as whites outnumber blacks, sorry to say we will have a larger number of racist assholes. That doesn't mean that both sides don't have plenty doing their part to perpetuate the divide. While the right has largely ignored the divide, the left has gained a lot of mileage continually pointing it out and then giving it window dressing.
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There is an ethnic studies theory - one I hold my mind open to without actually concurring as of yet.

It says that racism is about more than skin or feelings and bias - but rather POWER.

So within the context of the US of A. Blacks lack the power and history to be TRULY RACIST. BIGOTED OR BIASED sure....but not the same.

You make good points...so I thought I should offer that.
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Sorry, going to call bullshit on that one. While everyone can show anecdotally racism against Obama, it was still whites that in the end had to put him in the Whitehouse. Blacks have had power, but many have used that power not to advance the cause but to line their pockets and perpetuate the myth that all of whitey-ville is against them so they can continue to line their pockets. The worst thing that happens is they don't even call out the garbage and replace them for fear of losing standing or being labeled uncle toms. Whites won't do it for fear of being labled racists. I submit to you that is real power, but it is for the leaders and not for the people.
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I didn't say that I Hold it to be True...per se.

But I fear that 'subject position' has a lot to do with your perspective.

I Don't defend bigotry or bias against anyone - regardless of history. But I DO have more understanding and TOLERANCE for it in one direction versus the other. But never when to the point if actual injury or damages in ANY Case.

As for those who put Obama there 2 words NEW VOTERS. They Don't show up in the polls - cause 'unlikely' voters. Anti-racist whitesand Dems.But there were anti-racists back during Slavery....hence the underground railroad etc. Still a country buukt IN and BY the worst sort of Racism and dehumanization.

Ethnic studies classes are VERY helpful - PARTICULARLY for decent white folks....
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My perspective is about as diverse as it gets, I don't need a professor to tell me what it is/was. It ranges from the onset of forced bussing in Richmond Va to working with Hispanics in carwashes in Phoenix Az. I've seen the good and bad from both sides. I've been to the hood and sat and talked in the homes of millionaire whites and blacks in Scottsdale. The biggest idiots either way I have ever talked to are the professors. All books no life.
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Do you mean forced bussing or MANDATORY COURT ORDERED DESEGREGATION - a remedy (poorly) crafted to address De jure segregation and racism....

Not trying to tell you whats up any more than adjunct Prof. Paulie Cruz Takash did for me. But a lot of uncommon info and perspective on the historical roots, and ACTUAL modern legacy etc.

You have broad experience no doubt...but you experience life as a white guy...so subject position may give you a different perspective than someone having tbose experiences from a different subject position.

ES 115(?) Race, Power, Ethnicity and Class. So perhaps a couple of synthesized ideas you might not have seen yet....

And to compare HOOD PASSes with this white boy...is yours endorsed by Dr. Betty Shabazz or the mother of an assassinated Black Panther. The Rev.James Lawson. (a mentor to MLK and, pastor emeritus at the Holman's United Methodist church.)?

Friends in the ShoLine Crips and V13 etc...

I hear a certain type if insensitivity in your language...which is why I made the suggestion. I suspect you would find much of use, and to think about in such a class. At least a perspective in sex you may not jniw exists...
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Maybe there is an insensitivity, if so I don't want to say I don't care, but I am also not going to spend my life walking on eggshells and trying to decipher what may be the motivation on the other side of everything. I prefer to take everyone I meet at face value until shown otherwise. If someone is cordial to me, I am cordial to them. If they are indifferent to me than I have no problem moving on. If you want to be rude to me, fine, I have no room or need for you in my world. Maybe that makes me a Neanderthal but to me life experience has done me well. I think we all need to spend more time with our eyes open and learning for ourselves what makes those around us tick as opposed to some sheltered professor who hasn't left the safe spaces of the campus since he/she was a freshman.
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Well...suit yourself. In my experience it is truly enriching course of study - with broad and beneficial impacts across my life and conciousness. And I may a have started a bit farther down that road to begin with. So just a sincere suggestion. And eggshells and PC thug life aren't what it's about. When you see the world more accurately - from the perspective of the marginalized other - you automatically check your own language and thought...because its just more pleasant for everyone...if one doesn't go around offending people (with or without intention). It is the unintentional offense that often begins a negative interaction.
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Yeah I get that. John, you know what will be interesting to you? In my neighborhood, it was assumed by my appearance that I was a Trump voter. Two Latinas and one young Black woman thought that. I was kinda disappointed with that. But they quickly relaxed when I expressed my disgust with Trump and distrust of Hillary. But yes I voted for her. Trying to keep that jackass from undeservedly taking a seat in the Oval Office.
We WILL regret letting this happen. Mark my words.
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We'll see. I'm sure everyone still thinks I am/was a Trump supporter. All the racial finger pointing the last few years even has me questioning everyone's motives, including my own. Personally I don't think it's healthy and things are getting as scary as when forced busing began in Virginia when I was in 3rd grade.
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What was so Scary about the MANDATORY - COURT ORDERED - REMEDY - for then present RACIST POLICY - DeJure SEGREGATION. Which robbed Black and Brown students of opportunities @ the 1/2 decent schools in the area. And everybody had less opportunity for interaction with people of other races, and diverse backgrounds. Wh8chnis just bad for everyone. You hate what you fear...often. And familiarity may breed contempt - but segregation builds injury and resentment too - in one direction....and fear of the different (xenophobia).

So what was so Scary...the over reaction of Angry whites - with some deep seated racist perspectives.
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Lol
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Can't tell if serious....

Not like there's too much in the way of DECENT, EDUCATED, BACKUP, in these quarters... I show good people some of the tripe written here....and they.want NOTHING TO DO with the Flip...which is too bad...for the level of the discussion..

And the bottom line of the site's owners...Is Suckrates one of them? Cause he seems to have clout with the webmaster...right now my meme comments - the only thing of mine that Suckrates doesn't Cry like a littllet B**CH about, everytime he or someone else gets BUSTED IN THE MOUTH PROPERLY - arenaaren't even working. .
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Now I get it...resemblance....It looks like a Canadian flag behind him...and Gunny sez real men DON'T flee their newly neofascist land...so? Anyways - good tak
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Clintons played white racist cards in 1992 and 2008
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I guarantee you they didn't "play the white racist card." That's when southern states were still "explaining their Southern heritage" as a good thing; nothing to be ashamed of, nothing to worry about.

If the Clinton's had taken that any other way? You'd see that Rebel Flag replaced with Old Glory. They're too slick for that.
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Not true :) Protesting comes in many many many forms.
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"And then I said, we'll have them protest their own Constitutional Rights." Anti - American, ANTI -Constitution, Pro Global Citizen, Hillary Clinton.
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There are plenty of non-violent protests going on but like their fuhrer, fascists warp reality to give their propaganda more credibility.
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Aren't they doing the same thing anti Obama people did eight years at?
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No many protests with them called unruly shouting racial epitaphs and carrying assault rifles to protests but there were many protests after both his presidential victories http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/08/17/obama.protest.rifle/
http://mobile.nytimes.com/2012/11/08/us/anti-obama-protest-at-university-of-mississippi-turns-unruly.html
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Here's what it really looked like when Obama was elected and republicans protested imgflip.com/i/1e1min
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Sounds like a birthday party for "the Cos" - @ Trump's place.
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okay im outta this thread now
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Please tell me that's shooped.
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I don't know I just found it in the meme templates.
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I think people getting beaten up because they're the wrong religion or the wrong nationality or support the wrong candidate qualifies as a violation of human rights.
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Just shows how entitled millennials think they can pout until they get what they want. Liberal media bias gives them a victim complex when things go God's way instead of their own
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LOL
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IKR, what a bunch of whining c***s!!

we still have them in the UK b**ching about losing their Brexit vote. honestly, some of you losers just need a reality check...in the face....with a baseball bat :-D
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The cryning babys rioting will give make smarter liberals leave the party
Moore voters for Trump 2020 ! #crying4sake
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Don't you mean OBAMA's no fly zone, Bunky?

I mean who ARE we to blame for our attempts advance Israel's foreign policy...where does the BUCK stop? Why you need a no-fly-zone anyway - not like armed militant jihadis were running amok there - with our BLESSING and weapons.
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The Satan Missil "Story most Americans did not hear about - https://youtu.be/h8J_sVuoshY
The good news now when Hillary is gone - PEACE https://youtu.be/BsbtFuOIUng
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The Satan 2 missle - BTW apparently a name that WE gave to it. So our attempt to make EVIL and threatening - the weapons of our adversary. As opposed to OUR Jesus missiles. Triad = trinity - the name of the MANHATTAN PROJECT's First live nuclear explosion.

Weird, hunh? Anywhoo - the THREAT here is actually minimal. 300 kiloton warheads are TINY. 20 MEGATONS Is a large thermonuclear bomb - orders of magnitude higher, in yield.

And the real threat posed by them is that that can evade our USELESS and obscenely expensive "Star Wars" defenses. A shield is what you stand behind - WHILE YOU THROW YOUR SPEAR @ the other guy. Whom, you hope, doesn't also have a shield.

Perhaps we're F-ING with the wrong guys... Putin is a BAD HOMBRE after all.

Do we, really want someathat?

Perhaps we should stop moving their Country ever closer to our Bases. Perhaps we should consider how we would react if Russia Overthrew the Government of MEXICO - and handed it over to a reconquista supporting puppet government....
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Putin is a good guy in the way he understands the west and the east ! He so much smarter than anyone of our leader, they play checkers Putin plays chess.
Russians are masters of "active measures" psychological war games and cleaning up after USA ( not for free )

I´m born i Finland so I think naturally a lot like Russians , very much the same as Baby boomers in USA exept the (Brainwashed) Marxist .with Putin, Trump & Farage it can´t get worse . ..KGB did a lot of the Marxist brainwashing like our ELITES did our people ( Not in Finland ) that must stop a.s.a.p before Americans become like the Swede´s only the North Korean is more subverted . The SJW are new generation rioting . ..singing the preach of the beauty of Soviet system w Hillary -
Hillary used a lot of "the Russians did it " - Thank god she´s gone - there where many sleeper cells around here .i guess , but worst was the awake ones Soro´s and the Saudis ..I know Trump will use people we don+t like and he will disapiont us many times but nothing like Obomba pulling out of Iraq to attack Libya during Arab Spring - the floodgate of refugees never ends..
I guess is time for the Police State now ..or soon in EU witch i hope we EXIT soon
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Will watch that later, and follow up w/ you. Thank you for having a reasonable discussion suitable for the SOCRATIC METHOD.
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Good to see the issues of the young, Intelligently discussed. RASHOMON - shot in 360 o arcs.

Not just aanother: GOP, ELDERLY-ANGRY- [email protected] Party.
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Top Shelf - please submit that if you haven't already.
Loll!
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I know Right?

If that meme disappears during the McGregor Alvarez fight....it will have been one of Those - in an emergency -break Smart phone, situations.

I'm out. And the swell has dropped....am I talking too much. Maybe Socrates and Koruk will have mercy on everyone - and start an emergency GOFUNDNMYWEED page, or a kickinonweedstarter account. ;)
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YES
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This should be your catchphrase
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Cute but that top pic does not look like it's from the 50's
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Here's a 1940's riot- not very 'peaceful'
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No, It's called sore loser.

VERY sore loser.
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First sentence isn't correct. And our rights were violated. The FBI violated the Hatch act. They meddled in the election which is against the law. Then the GOP used voter suppression and voter intimidation to such an extreme degree it hasn't been seen like that since we abolished Jim Crow laws.
Russia hacked our voting machine vendors.
We did not have a fair and free election. And I will protest for my right to have them. Suggest that I should not is tyranny.
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Your rights took a tumble at the hands of your own party. If you want to blame someone for not giving you free and fair elections, blame your own DNC for scuttling anyone that dared challenging the corrupt Clintons. Voter suppression is lame assed excuse, EVERYONE can vote, whether or not you put horrible candidate out there for them to vote for is your choice. Hell the democratic party even meddled in the republican nomination to get Trump as her opponent because they didn't think they could beat the others. You guys, make me lol, OFTEN. As for Russia hacking voting machine vendors... foil hat much???
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If you want to protest the DNC get up off your lazy ass and do it yourself. Your causes are not mine.
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I don't want to protest them. I couldn't care less. You need a working knowledge of what Jim Crowe laws were and what voter suppression means however. They are 2 completely different things and your trying to equate them sounds silly. I didn't say don't protest, I simply suggested you aim your protest in the right direction.
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http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/election/article113977353.html
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http://academic.udayton.edu/race/02rights/jcrow02.htm will give you an idea of what Jim Crow laws were. These were not voter suppression laws but more social construct. Within Jim Crow there were practices of "separate but equal" polling places and inaccessible polling locations... but the laws were not directly aimed at the right to vote. That being said, the term "Jim Crow" is race bait, just like KKK/black panther and Nazi, and people keep falling for it. The idea that blacks can't afford ID cards to use for voter registration and represents a hardship is not only laughable but insulting beyond words. If you want to make an argument that doesn't sound silly cite actual events instead of using the left's favorite "trigger words". They don't carry the same weight anymore as the election just showed. These "trigger words" are used to get you "in your place", which is supporting a democratic party which has done very little to support ethnic minorities in mass. I'm not naive enough to say racism doesn't exist, but to paint everything as racism waters down the real examples, and misdirects attention to the smoke away from the fire.
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Well they aren't MY DEMOS. As a Californian - whatever looks bluest wins here anyway without my help - so Hillary, but not by much aside from Deplorable-ness on race etc..

But I blame the duopoly of. WHIGS and DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICANS - who ALWAYS. work together...to prevent ANY. 3rd party from challenging them. In cali we have a TOP TWO general election...for everything but President. Ask Ralph Nader about the unanimity between them 2 and the debate commissions. Zero chance by Design.
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I think there is certainly room to at least make an argument that, a 3rd party DID win this go around.
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Illusion from my seat. I can see the mirrors and black strings being pulled.

If anything Hillary supporter - The Donald's status as a Democrat for years - and now GOP - MAY present as a synthesis of both parties. But not always the best elements of either.
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I think you're raging at windmills, and looking for scenarios to match your theories. I'm sure I could find some kind of link that it was all being run by some fisherman from the Netherlands if I worked at it and wanted to see it. There are so many rabbit holes to chase down anymore especially with the internet, that no one knows what rabbit they are chasing anymore.
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Not an internet researcher per se - libraries, original documents etc. I still haven't gone to Wikileaks for the hillmails - but a friend said there were suggestions of collusion between Trump and Hill therein.

Also Ted Cruz or Rubin or JEB! - not a winner amongst them in a fair contest. Against a sandwich - ham or shit.

As for rabbits holes...I know the players and keep stats on a scorecard - sometimes knowing who's talking, and some facts surrounding can act as a PERFECT DECODER RING.

You seem happy using Ahkahms Razor (sic) - isn't that what the illusionist uses to cut his assistant in half - temporarily?
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Occam's razor may be over simplifying it a bit, as I do believe in man's ability to conspire with others, but, there is also a point where I believe in man's inability to keep secrets. Meaning the larger the conspiracy, the less plausible it is for it and it's layers to remain hidden. I'm sure you weren't looking for an actual response to that, as it was your superior intellect saying that I like keeping my head in the sand. :) As for Hillary's emails, I have spent several hours looking through them. While they did hold interest much in the vein of looking at a long dead relatives letters, I never really found a smoking gun the way others did, but then again I maybe looked at a few hundred out of the 10s of thousands. I guess my guessing at topics yielded less than filters that others used.
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As someone who grew up....in Virginia...I would think you might KNOW better....but that would depend on where you lived....and whom your neighbors were - and their ability to keep quiet, or not.

As a friend of mine (who ALSO grew up in close proximity to LANGLEY, Foggy Bottom, the farm...and Ft Meade relatively close as well) used to say ,"You cannot POSSIBLY be PARANOID ENOUGH."

Meaning s/he was a bit of a snoop and a good quiet listener - who probably heard things that could have ended careers...and who compared notes with his/her friends....whose parents worked in the shadows, in some cases.

Your argument against the ability of a covert op to be kept quiet is more than a Tad reminiscent of those proffered by David Corn....a gentleman who wears 'multiple hats' as it were...almost assuredly.

It falls apart in the face of SCI level classification - Sensitive Compartmented Information. Which is above Q clearance...to my understanding....meaning very few people involved - and ALMOST no one, in on the whole picture. Add to that, security contracts like Marchetti and Snepp got f**ked over with...and secrecy is Very hard to breach. Unless you got YODA level clairvoyance....or a good mind for codes and puzzles, and an insatiable desire for information - whether from closed or Open sources.

Mike Ruppert's MOM was a WWII code breaker in the PACIFIC THEATER. So my mentor in some of this work had info and insights not commonly available. And a perspective on Pearl Harbor held by many in the past...but without His ability to confirm the facts. We HAD already broken the Japanese codes...and hence had a great overview of their plans and movements. I Don't think they told the Admiral in charge...CINCPac to my understanding - Halsey was it?

But they did send the aircraft carriers out to sea - leaving behind mostly obsolete Battleships and Destroyers. A day and "INTELLIGENCE FAILURE"(/success) that should live in greater Infamy than it does @ present.
So really it is an argument that benefits from public ignorance and a LACK of intellectual curiosity (at least in that particular direction). Some people want to KNOW who killed JFK..and how it was done..but it isn't a big number....particulary if it requires reading, study, and thought - to get the job done.

History channel had a good series of docs called 'the men who killed Kennedy'...now they have Robert Dallek ("EXTERMINATE") to keep Jack and Bobby down in their boxes.
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I Don't recall a ton of comment on the change in policy.

However it DID time up well, with the release of perception management specialist Gerald Poster's book CASE CLOSED. A real turd of a disinformation op, that was....so who can be blamed for hearing all the cognitive dissonance, and tuning out.

Because I like ya - here's a freebie:
http://nsarchive.gwu.edu/news/20010430/

There you have detailed plans for a really secret, secret. Declassified - noforn sci.

I do Hope that I haven't crossed any lines with you (or THEM). I was teasing a bit with Occam...cause I Don't ALWAYS believe it to be a complete revelation of what folks know...when say a D.Corn argues complete disbelief. And I thought I would see if I could "wheedle" any clues aging those lines. Keep talking with me, publicly like this...and no ones gonna buy the disbelief...or they might suspect it to be feigned or willful. ;) Either way - I meet EVERYONE where they're at - and then 'act as if'...
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Not a DEMOCRAT, if I Don't make such clear. Sorry.PEACE AND FREEDOM - held in low esteem by both major parties....conceptually and otherwise.
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Cavalry is HERE! Big ups. Freedoms still imperiled - but just a little safer now. Thank You DECENT PEOPLE.
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Gonna be a lot of tears from Trump supporters when they find out how many promises he's going to break. Obamacare...Iran peace deal....what's next? Hmmmm.....the wall?

Lol...you dummies fell for it hook line and sinker.

http://occupydemocrats.com/2016/11/12/trump-just-announced-will-not-cancel-obamas-iran-peace-deal/
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How did this get to the main page
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Would it have made any difference to your day to day life if Hillary Clinton had been elected?
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Pre-Emptive?
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Sadly to few people now about The Satan Missil -that was pulled out when Hillary wanted a "No Fly Zone " in Syria! Putting you all at risk - Putin reach out to Trump in a letter ..PEACE https://youtu.be/h8J_sVuoshY
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Glad that Trump and Putin are buds. But January is far off.

I have been highly disappointed in the Obama administration's apparent attempts to bully Russia. But like Syria - that's a neoCon thing - meaning if Trump brings in BOLTON,FeitI, Wurmser, Perle, Wolfowitz, et al - NOTHING WILL CHANGE. They the f-ed up strategists - Presidents hire the guys whose war plans they like.
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This also goes for Jesus freaks who protest various venues where people "hate Jesus".
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Ikr! People nowadays get offended and bent out of shape if you don't say "Merry Christmas".
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Exactly, Fundamental/Conservative Christians are just as bad as SJWs and Feminists. They both get triggered over various things.
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I have to respectfully disagree. I am a conservative Christian, and although it does bother me when my faith is mocked, ridiculed etc, I do understand not everyone shares my beliefs and has the right to speak the way they choose to speak.
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Same!
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:D
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After the last 8 years, name one Republican with the moral authority to say this.
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Human rights will be taken away, though. Already, white supremacists and anti-gays are bullying the minorities, and Drumpf won't do anything about it.
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Can't we PROTEST our human rights violations BEFORE TRUMP COMMITS THEM?

After the fact it would really BE just a CRYBABY response. Will you protest AFTER THE FACT on behalf of the DEPORTEEs?
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4 ups, 1 reply
Cry before your spanked? It didn't work with my old man, and he was a Clinton Democrat.
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Read the lyrics man. After the fact its a posthumous remembrance.

And no one dies on my beach...on my watch. So yes pre-emption is preferable. Prevention is better than rescue...

A safety contact in time, is preferable CPR after the fact.
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Soooo... You'll have to excuse uhhh HALF OF AMERICA, if they're protesting by the millions. Kinda hard to "save face," when this is who you represent, and who you TRULY are.
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:D Nice!!
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GOTTA love how the truth gets downvoted into oblivion, because it was RUBBED IN YOUR FACE.

But when your head's that far up your ass, can you really smell your own shit anymore?
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You mean the Illegal immigrants who are in violation of Sovereign Law by being here... or the Unscreened 'refugees' who, if Germany is any indication will lead to an increase in Crime... yeah Heaven forbid a Nation enforce it's laws and protect it's Citizens.
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So true.... Could not have done better
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