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Posted 22 days ago

Amyas_Leigh wrote:
I wish CR didn't have a no gore allowed policy otherwise you'd be getting pictures of what just moderate muslims do.

Also Trump never said he'd 'ban all muslims'. He wants to temporarily ban immigration from terror torn countries and do 'extreme' vetting on any refugees we take in. Not that it matters because all it takes for a terror attack to happen is a regular 'moderate' muslim to want to martyr himself to cleanse his sins like Omar Mateen did.


Gotta love how you completely ignored the point of my rhetoric, and went on to say your usual racist rant.
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Posted 22 days ago

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Gotta love how you completely ignored the point of my rhetoric, and went on to say your usual racist rant.


Facts aren't racist

Some people said that Omar and the Nice, France terrorist 'weren't real muslims' because one was gay and the other did hard drugs, drank and partied. What those people don't realize is that by martyring themselves they cleansed their 'sins', in their mind at least.
Posted 21 days ago

Amyas_Leigh wrote:


NyxUlric wrote:



Gotta love how you completely ignored the point of my rhetoric, and went on to say your usual racist rant.


Facts aren't racist

Some people said that Omar and the Nice, France terrorist 'weren't real muslims' because one was gay and the other did hard drugs, drank and partied. What those people don't realize is that by martyring themselves they cleansed their 'sins', in their mind at least.


Nothing you commented on CR consists of facts. They're all your opinions.
Good to know you have telepathy and knew exactly the reasons why those terrorists commited terrorism.

So should Oompa Loompa ban Christians from entering USA? I mean most of them are pedophiles, right? I'm using your facts here. Also are most White americans mass murderers? It seems that only white guys who live with their mom are commiting these crimes, should they get ported out?
What do you think?
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Posted 21 days ago

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It seems that only white guys who live with their mom are commiting these crimes, should they get ported out?
What do you think?


Majority of mass shooters are 'PoC'
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Posted 21 days ago
"How dare you not tolerate my intolerance."?

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Posted 21 days ago
And so it begins.
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Posted 21 days ago
Political discussions were banned at my workplace as a direct result of the fact that my depressed, down-trodden coworker flipped out when I mentioned one good thing about Trump. What's more interesting is that I was a Gary Johnson voter that just wanted to cheer her up by telling her why the world isn't about to end in Nuclear Flame. When I said "look, I didn't even vote for Trump," she said, "it doesn't matter, that's who you're defending." Apparently, if you're not aboard with the story of "Trump's a racist, misogynist, bigot with absolutely nothing redeemable about him," you get called a bigot. I have huge disagreements with Trump, but it's sad that you can't even defend a single policy you like about him without engendering rage. Luckily, my boss is fairly level-headed and just said "no politics," rather than any sort of disciplinary measures. But goddamn, this is crazy. I really don't like Trump, but he's not the fucking spawn of Satan.
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Posted 21 days ago , edited 20 days ago

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Political discussions were banned at my workplace as a direct result of the fact that my depressed, down-trodden coworker flipped out when I mentioned one good thing about Trump. What's more interesting is that I was a Gary Johnson voter that just wanted to cheer her up by telling her why the world isn't about to end in Nuclear Flame. When I said "look, I didn't even vote for Trump," she said, "it doesn't matter, that's who you're defending." Apparently, if you're not aboard with the story of "Trump's a racist, misogynist, bigot with absolutely nothing redeemable about him," you get called a bigot. I have huge disagreements with Trump, but it's sad that you can't even defend a single policy you like about him without engendering rage. Luckily, my boss is fairly level-headed and just said "no politics," rather than any sort of disciplinary measures. But goddamn, this is crazy. I really don't like Trump, but he's not the fucking spawn of Satan.


I'm telling you now if the people in the left with this mentality keep it up they'll poison the democratic party even further and destroy any chance of them even winning 2020 Election.
Posted 21 days ago , edited 20 days ago

Amyas_Leigh wrote:
Majority of mass shooters are 'PoC'
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Again, you missed my point, and continued to post your pre-made propaganda.
At this point, I'm not sure if I'm conversing with a human or a bot.
For your sake, I hope you're just trolling...because if not, then I really have no comment.
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Posted 21 days ago
First of all read what he actually wrote. He's not saying anyone who voted for Trump for any reason. He's saying that if anyone disagrees with their stance that they will fight for the dignity of and right for a better life. If anyone disagrees with this stance that they should not fight for people like this then they should resign. I keep on hearing that Donald Trump does not represent hate, racism etc. If that were true then Trump supporters should have no reason to quit Grubhub. He is calling that people of all walks of life should be respected and protected if you disagree with that then get out.
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theYchromosome wrote:

Political discussions were banned at my workplace as a direct result of the fact that my depressed, down-trodden coworker flipped out when I mentioned one good thing about Trump. What's more interesting is that I was a Gary Johnson voter that just wanted to cheer her up by telling her why the world isn't about to end in Nuclear Flame. When I said "look, I didn't even vote for Trump," she said, "it doesn't matter, that's who you're defending." Apparently, if you're not aboard with the story of "Trump's a racist, misogynist, bigot with absolutely nothing redeemable about him," you get called a bigot. I have huge disagreements with Trump, but it's sad that you can't even defend a single policy you like about him without engendering rage. Luckily, my boss is fairly level-headed and just said "no politics," rather than any sort of disciplinary measures. But goddamn, this is crazy. I really don't like Trump, but he's not the fucking spawn of Satan.


I'm telling you now if the people in the left with this mentality keep it up they'll poison the democratic party even further and destroy any chance of them even winning 2020 Election.


I'mma be honest, I was nearly sure at the beginning of this cycle that the Republican party was the one nearing its end, but now it's looking more and more like the democrats are on that path. Unfortunately, they'll probably keep the duopoly going on through sheer political strength, but a man's gotta dream. And to be fair, one of my other democrat co-workers is perfectly capable of considering alternatives, and actually does like Trump on some issues, so it does seem that the poison isn't uniform. Yet, at least. Either that, or everyone like him will be ignored in the party, and they'll be unable to recoup the loss. For better or worse, these next 4 years will be very interesting, and I can't wait to see what'll happen.
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Posted 21 days ago

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Not true. A lot of people were claiming to move out of USA if Trump were elected, so no, not all of us were confident that Hillary was going to win.

Fighting for what is right is not whining. I guess you want us to live like N. Korea or the Nazi regime where nobody can say anything. If anything, it's the people who tries to "calm" everyone that are the most dangerous because they don't want to voice their opinion and are lazy to speak up against a tyrant.


Yes, they were claiming to move out of the USA if Trump was elected; yet, I'm pretty sure they're still going to stick around in America until all hell breaks loose (if it ever does). More than enough were confident that she'd win just because of what the polls were showing them; which meant that some that actually supported her didn't turn up to vote as they felt it was that one-sided.

"Right" is subjective. Trump supporters believe that Trump winning was fighting for what is right, to break the monotony of the Presidential position. Clinton supporters are the ones who are taking to the streets and trying to protest; however, this will die down in a few weeks and they'll go back to their day-to-day life. People should calm down because they simply have no clue what's going to happen next; so far, it's all speculation until Trump takes office and has made changes for the better or worse.

In the eyes of both parties, the protests and rants are considered "whining". If Trump lost, the Democrats would have said that the Republicans were whining and they need to chill out - so how/why should this be any different?
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Posted 21 days ago , edited 20 days ago

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Amyas_Leigh wrote:
Majority of mass shooters are 'PoC'
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Again, you missed my point, and continued to post your pre-made propaganda.
At this point, I'm not sure if I'm conversing with a human or a bot.
For your sake, I hope you're just trolling...because if not, then I really have no comment.




Kind of funny how you can't see your own bias.
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Posted 21 days ago
It's not right for him to single out Trump supporters, but it does seem like a good time to remind people about company policies regarding harassment and respect (that goes for both sides of the aisle).
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Posted 21 days ago , edited 20 days ago

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Political discussions were banned at my workplace as a direct result of the fact that my depressed, down-trodden coworker flipped out when I mentioned one good thing about Trump. What's more interesting is that I was a Gary Johnson voter that just wanted to cheer her up by telling her why the world isn't about to end in Nuclear Flame. When I said "look, I didn't even vote for Trump," she said, "it doesn't matter, that's who you're defending." Apparently, if you're not aboard with the story of "Trump's a racist, misogynist, bigot with absolutely nothing redeemable about him," you get called a bigot. I have huge disagreements with Trump, but it's sad that you can't even defend a single policy you like about him without engendering rage. Luckily, my boss is fairly level-headed and just said "no politics," rather than any sort of disciplinary measures. But goddamn, this is crazy. I really don't like Trump, but he's not the fucking spawn of Satan.


Some of these people are completely incapable of rational and critical thought. Its sad they are in willful ignorance and any attempt to pull them out results in a mental breakdown. They have to live in their little safe zone to be able to function.... They really need help...
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