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Vegas » Yesterday, 11:51 am » wrote: Here is how it works among debate of the common people in America: 
  • If you are a Democrat, then you will praise everything a Democrat leader does. If the Democrat messes up, then you blame the Republicans.
  • If you are a Republican,  then you will praise everything a Republican leader does. If the Republican messes up, then you blame the Democrats.
Repeat..

Please tell me I am not the only one that sees this blatant behavior. Intelligence would suggest to make decisions based on individual actions, not on partisan loyalty. 

Here is a challenge for us all in the next 4 years:

Repubs: If Biden does a great job on a particular policy, event, or leadership, then we praise him for it.
Democrats: If Biden screws up on a particular policy, event, or leadership, then call him out for it. 

This would show signs of maturity, intellect, and integrity.

It’s very annoying.  People treat public policy making like pro sports, where we root for the home team and boo the other team.  It’s sooo dumb
 
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IkeBana » Yesterday, 9:10 am » wrote: I expect to be ridiculed for this...

Perhaps I haven't been paying attention but...have you been ridiculed for "Biden can't win" yet?
I should be.  I have been ragging on Clem for being wrong
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Vegas » 27 Nov 2020, 9:47 pm » wrote: No...it isn't. No  more than it has been for the past 20 centuries. Every generation since the dawn of man has encountered unscrupulous systems larger than the masses. They carried on...just as we do.
2 things never change.  1.  Social conditions slowly improve over time and 2. People are always deluded that they are getting worse.
 
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Lol. You all like some gay **** like Barry Manilow and just don’t admit it
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Vegas » 10 Oct 2020, 3:44 pm » wrote: Is there a reason why you can't just use the default color font? How the hell do you expect people to read that when it could cause an epileptic seizure?
his style of posting is an eyesore, always
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Trump greatest strength turned into a liability that cost him the election... his ability to divide people.  The divisions worked in his favor for a long time, but during his campaign, he needed to switch gear and extend an olive branch toward those who wanted to like him, but we’re turned off by his coarse, incessant hostility.

His campaign should never have started acting like Hunter Biden was the main concern of the country.  Newsflash.. in a deadly pandemic, with millions jobless and struggling, no one gave a **** about Hunter Biden, and it was seen as a petty, childish attack, a hatchet job on a nobody, a trifling attempt at character assassination that in the end, reflected more on Trumps camp than it did on Biden.

whats more, it sent a signal, however subtle, that the character of Joseph Biden himself must be so virtuous, so squeaky clean, that they could find no weak point in his armor, he was impossibly strong, hence they could only go after his family.

THIS cost Trump the election, this horrid ugly strategy of going after Hunter Biden, it was a losers move, a desperate blunder on the chess table.
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While were in a pissing contest over who knows more history, who here will be honest enough to admit that they didnt know Hitler was the first TIME magazine man of the Year?
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Cannonpointer » 24 Nov 2020, 11:00 pm » wrote: When the brits ran the arcadians out of quebec, they fled in fear all way until they hit brine water, then debarked into swamps to be come "(ar)cajuns."

When the yanks "bought" Napoleon's vast holdings, they were appalled to find the half caste scions of french aristocracy manning the professions and mercantilism - and dining in genteel splendor, - while the white cajuns remained unlettered and dined on possum, coon and gator.
And Ben Franklin went to Europe and put the Limey dick to all those French whores
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FOS » 24 Nov 2020, 10:48 pm » wrote: Sure thing. Try to **** talk the Brits.

Who built the biggest empire in human history.

Twice.
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Cannonpointer » 24 Nov 2020, 10:29 pm » wrote: ****** Banana and his ilk are so terrified of being called bigots that they will **** all over women in order to assuage trannies.
they do not openly act bigoted toward gays that are fully “out”.  But, curiously, they are absolutely savage when it comes to using gay slurs against those who are still closeted.
 
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Cannonpointer » 24 Nov 2020, 10:50 pm » wrote: Tell me about it. My own thin veneer has been brought to tatters, and I to my fainting couch, on numerous occasions.

These leftis cucks can be brutal.
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FOS » 24 Nov 2020, 10:32 pm » wrote: I know. I thought you did say that.

But if you supported king Charles in the English civil war I expect you would feel sympathy for George in the American revolution
I don’t believe in colonialism, so I would have fought for George Washington, not the King of England.

Those fighting against the colonists were essentially the globalists of the time, colonists were the nationalists.  I hate globalism.
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FOS » 24 Nov 2020, 10:10 pm » wrote: I believe that the deepest aspect of identity is just your blood. That is basically the difference between German and Italian fascism.

But even if you know your blood you don't necessarily know what it means.

The Anglo generally has a distorted sense of free will. This is because thanks to the channel and cliffs of Dover they basically lived on fortress England.

The English also were among the first to expell jews and they did not let them back until Cromwell. This means they did their own merchant stuff...and they developed a significant merchant identity.

It was always easy for the Anglo to scoff at the French and Germans for not loving liberty enough. But this was done without awareness of their own circumstances which allow such an attitude.

About 300 years ago a Swiss political philosopher, Jean Louis De lome said 'The British parliament can do anything except make a man into a woman'

Well who is laughing now, lome?
My ancestors fought on the British side in the American revolutionary war.  They were Tories who were on at least one occasion tarred and feathered as a means of terrorizing other British sympathizers.
As to the unfairness of king George, my people said,
I would rather deal with 1 tyrant 3000 miles away than 3000 tyrants one mile away.
 
 
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FOS » 24 Nov 2020, 9:26 pm » wrote: That is a very anglo attitude.

And as an Anglo it was difficult to transcend that. It is in our blood to feel that way.

This is because we evolved on an island..

But no. The fact is that you can be defined by an enemy just as much as by yourself. You are even liable to accept some part of the ways your enemy defines you.

Because as much as you might believe you know yourself...you do not. Whatever part of you that thinks knows the whole...is smaller than the whole.

This is why both self knowledge and determinism are impossible.
My ancestors sailed from Britain to Canada at the end of the 17th century.  I have traced my family tree on my fathers side some 20 generations back to British ancestry.  I am descended from Brits who sailed to Canada, had quarrels with French settlers in the region in the early 1700s, moved south to avoid continuing conflicts with the French, only to become embroiled in vicious conflict with Irish settlers in rural areas around NY and PA. my grandfather was first cousin to Hatfields of the Hatfields and McCoys feud.

On my mothers side is mostly Native American heritage, so those records are dust in the wind, a genetic culled sac in my research.

Im about 80% British and German.  10% Native American, 10% unknown, probly *** or something.  My appearance is simply a stunning handsome white dude.

I did not disagree that one is defined by their enemy.  That was kinda my point.  No one is completely in control of their own identity.  The transgenders want to be utterly in control of how others perceive them, how they Are referRed to them in terms of pronouns, and how they are related to in terms of gender, and we are all supposed to respect their belief system, that could change on a whim.

If Katelyn Jenner suddenly said she was Bruce again, and now identifies as a man, people would go “of course” and totally respect that.  Those of us whose claims to our own identity are congruent with observable nature, anatomy, etc. don’t even get that kind of respect, yet we are supposed to grant it to those whose claims fly in the face of science and accepted norms about sex and gender that have been around for centuries.
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FOS » 24 Nov 2020, 2:59 pm » wrote: I have no doubt you completed many jobs

that **** was pretty funny lol
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Isabel » 24 Nov 2020, 3:31 pm » wrote: No, they aren't.

YOU:    unless you believe a child can be born with a prediction for chubby rape of inanimate animal shaped objects.

Absurd non sequitur.

YOU:    We are born with varying levels of sexual appetites.

No one is talking about "levels".  We are talking about gender identity.

YOU:    How those appetites are fed is based on experience, environment, and social norms.

Meaningless crap.

YOU:    Gender expression is the same.

No one is talking about "expression".   We are talking about gender identity.

YOU:    A man wearing a skirt in America is gender non conforming. Wearing one in Scotland is normal.

No one is talking about clothing.   We are talking about gender identity.
Since you dont believe identity is informed by language or garb or even expression, what the hell do you think identity is defined by?
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FOS » 23 Nov 2020, 10:44 am » wrote: Sitting bull was actually a very remarkable man because he was somehow able to unite and organize many different tribes.

This is especially a miracle for native Americans. They are genetically and culturally adverse to large scale organization. I have no idea how sitting bill did it.

I don't know of anything interesting that Custer did. He just followed orders and made fatal miscalculations.
How can you say Custer did nothing interesting .  the invention of custard is a major culinary achievement
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Marbury v Madison was a case that imbued the SCOTUS with the power of judicial review, which fundamentally altered the function of the judicial branch, which prior to 1803 was simply the highest court in the land, and the final judgement on appeals.

Judicial review gave the Supreme Court the power to strike down laws, making it a quasi legislative as well as judicial branch of government.  This led directly to the later decisions in which corruption and bribery were legalized, the anti trust laws were removed, and the resulting monopoly business structure of the U.S. has diminished the standard of living so badly, that for the first time in human history, our life expectancy is shorter than our fathers.
 
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Trump will be escorted off the premises


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peepee » 20 Nov 2020, 3:20 pm » wrote: ...he sounds a lot like donald trumptard, sydney powell, rudy jewliani, etc. republican  sucking charlatans...
no, he is starting to act like BV, international man of mystery lol
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