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Stuff about Trump
#41
RE: Stuff about Trump
(August 23, 2021 at 10:56 pm)LadyForCamus Wrote:
(August 23, 2021 at 10:33 pm)Fireball Wrote: What's next from you? "Yomama" jokes for people whose comments you don't like? #sad

I think you missed the point of @Neo-Scholastics comment.

QED he's missed the point his entire life.
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#42
RE: Stuff about Trump
(August 23, 2021 at 9:40 pm)Neo-Scholastic Wrote:
(August 23, 2021 at 8:04 pm)Divinity Wrote: No, I'm not your boy Matt Gaetz, or Jim Jordan, or Donald Trump. You must be confused. Understandable. You must be confused most of the time.

Then clearly you understand why unprovoked and baseless insults of people who you know next to nothing about (like either you-to-me or me-to-you) are easily interpreted as offensive.

Offense was intended. I thought that was obvious.

You spew right-wing talking points, led by one Donald Trump who's rhetoric is so filled with racism, that anyone blindly following him has to, on some level, be racist. Not every racist is a card carrying member of the KKK. Some racists are just comfortable with racism, and choose to ignore it as a matter of convenience. It's easier that way. It doesn't affect them, so it doesn't matter. And the racism on the right didn't start with Trump. Saint Ronny used the same rhetoric. Nixon too. They were just a lot less overt about it. And people can say "They weren't racist! They didn't hate black people!" but that's just a load of bullshit. Just like all the other right-wing talking points. They were comfortable with using racist rhetoric in order to get the votes of racists, and people on the right just didn't feel the need to call it out. Not then, and certainly not now. They make their excuses and use whataboutism. 

But I'm sure your concern trolling jab about Biden being held in contempt by a foreign government in an entirely political move was, entirely, your own thoughts and not the sheeping of the party that's been going on about stupid shit like this all the time, while having ignored everything Trump did.
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#43
RE: Stuff about Trump
(August 24, 2021 at 10:22 am)Divinity Wrote:
(August 23, 2021 at 9:40 pm)Neo-Scholastic Wrote: Then clearly you understand why unprovoked and baseless insults of people who you know next to nothing about (like either you-to-me or me-to-you) are easily interpreted as offensive.

Offense was intended. I thought that was obvious.

You spew right-wing talking points, led by one Donald Trump who's rhetoric is so filled with racism, that anyone blindly following him has to, on some level, be racist. Not every racist is a card carrying member of the KKK. Some racists are just comfortable with racism, and choose to ignore it as a matter of convenience. It's easier that way. It doesn't affect them, so it doesn't matter. And the racism on the right didn't start with Trump. Saint Ronny used the same rhetoric. Nixon too. They were just a lot less overt about it. And people can say "They weren't racist! They didn't hate black people!" but that's just a load of bullshit. Just like all the other right-wing talking points. They were comfortable with using racist rhetoric in order to get the votes of racists, and people on the right just didn't feel the need to call it out. Not then, and certainly not now. They make their excuses and use whataboutism. 

But I'm sure your concern trolling jab about Biden being held in contempt by a foreign government in an entirely political move was, entirely, your own thoughts and not the sheeping of the party that's been going on about stupid shit like this all the time, while having ignored everything Trump did.


My original point, which I believe is still valid, is that it seems wierdly obsessive to keep railing against Trump when the current Biden administration policies created a massive border crisis, ended US energy independence, and allowed our military to abandon American citizens and foriegn allies in a hostile country.

(August 24, 2021 at 10:22 am)Divinity Wrote:
(August 23, 2021 at 9:40 pm)Neo-Scholastic Wrote: Then clearly you understand why unprovoked and baseless insults of people who you know next to nothing about (like either you-to-me or me-to-you) are easily interpreted as offensive.

Offense was intended. I thought that was obvious.

You spew right-wing talking points, led by one Donald Trump who's rhetoric is so filled with racism, that anyone blindly following him has to, on some level, be racist. Not every racist is a card carrying member of the KKK. Some racists are just comfortable with racism, and choose to ignore it as a matter of convenience. It's easier that way. It doesn't affect them, so it doesn't matter. And the racism on the right didn't start with Trump. Saint Ronny used the same rhetoric. Nixon too. They were just a lot less overt about it. And people can say "They weren't racist! They didn't hate black people!" but that's just a load of bullshit. Just like all the other right-wing talking points. They were comfortable with using racist rhetoric in order to get the votes of racists, and people on the right just didn't feel the need to call it out. Not then, and certainly not now. They make their excuses and use whataboutism. 

But I'm sure your concern trolling jab about Biden being held in contempt by a foreign government in an entirely political move was, entirely, your own thoughts and not the sheeping of the party that's been going on about stupid shit like this all the time, while having ignored everything Trump did.


My original point, which I believe is still valid, is that it seems wierdly obsessive to keep railing against Trump when the current Biden administration policies created a massive border crisis, ended US energy independence, and allowed our military to abandon American citizens and foriegn allies in a hostile country.
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#44
RE: Stuff about Trump
(August 24, 2021 at 12:51 pm)Neo-Scholastic Wrote:
(August 24, 2021 at 10:22 am)Divinity Wrote: Offense was intended. I thought that was obvious.

You spew right-wing talking points, led by one Donald Trump who's rhetoric is so filled with racism, that anyone blindly following him has to, on some level, be racist. Not every racist is a card carrying member of the KKK. Some racists are just comfortable with racism, and choose to ignore it as a matter of convenience. It's easier that way. It doesn't affect them, so it doesn't matter. And the racism on the right didn't start with Trump. Saint Ronny used the same rhetoric. Nixon too. They were just a lot less overt about it. And people can say "They weren't racist! They didn't hate black people!" but that's just a load of bullshit. Just like all the other right-wing talking points. They were comfortable with using racist rhetoric in order to get the votes of racists, and people on the right just didn't feel the need to call it out. Not then, and certainly not now. They make their excuses and use whataboutism. 

But I'm sure your concern trolling jab about Biden being held in contempt by a foreign government in an entirely political move was, entirely, your own thoughts and not the sheeping of the party that's been going on about stupid shit like this all the time, while having ignored everything Trump did.


My original point, which I believe is still valid, is that it seems wierdly obsessive to keep railing against Trump when the current Biden administration policies created a massive border crisis, ended US energy independence, and allowed our military to abandon American citizens and foriegn allies in a hostile country.

(August 24, 2021 at 10:22 am)Divinity Wrote: Offense was intended. I thought that was obvious.

You spew right-wing talking points, led by one Donald Trump who's rhetoric is so filled with racism, that anyone blindly following him has to, on some level, be racist. Not every racist is a card carrying member of the KKK. Some racists are just comfortable with racism, and choose to ignore it as a matter of convenience. It's easier that way. It doesn't affect them, so it doesn't matter. And the racism on the right didn't start with Trump. Saint Ronny used the same rhetoric. Nixon too. They were just a lot less overt about it. And people can say "They weren't racist! They didn't hate black people!" but that's just a load of bullshit. Just like all the other right-wing talking points. They were comfortable with using racist rhetoric in order to get the votes of racists, and people on the right just didn't feel the need to call it out. Not then, and certainly not now. They make their excuses and use whataboutism. 

But I'm sure your concern trolling jab about Biden being held in contempt by a foreign government in an entirely political move was, entirely, your own thoughts and not the sheeping of the party that's been going on about stupid shit like this all the time, while having ignored everything Trump did.


My original point, which I believe is still valid, is that it seems wierdly obsessive to keep railing against Trump when the current Biden administration policies created a massive border crisis, ended US energy independence, and allowed our military to abandon American citizens and foriegn allies in a hostile country.

There is no border crisis. Just manufactured outrage by righties who don't like brown skinned people.
Our military needed to leave Afghanistan at some point. I guess you'd rather stay there forever. And our citizens haven't been abandoned, because they're still being evacuated. This was a deal struck by Donald Trump btw. (Who also released 5000 Taliban members)
And the US has never been energy Independent, but we're working on that thanks to Biden because we'll be moving toward Green Energy instead of enriching the Saudi's.
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#45
RE: Stuff about Trump
Quote:My original point, which I believe is still valid, is that it seems weirdly obsessive to keep railing against Trump when the current Biden administration policies created a massive border crisis, ended US energy independence, and allowed our military to abandon American citizens and foreign allies in a hostile country.
Trump's border policies lead to the current state of the border. Bidens is actually the one who wants America to be energy independent by moving America away from fossil fuels and no just because the US is exporting oil does not make it energy idependent . It was Trump's poor dealing with the Taliban that leads to the current crisis.
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#46
RE: Stuff about Trump
(August 24, 2021 at 12:51 pm)Neo-Scholastic Wrote: My original point, which I believe is still valid, is that it seems wierdly obsessive to keep railing against Trump when the current Biden administration policies created a massive border crisis, ended US energy independence, and allowed our military to abandon American citizens and foriegn allies in a hostile country.

The pullout from Afghanistan was negotiated completely by Trump in 2020 and was intended to be completed by May 1, 2021.  That has been firmly established.  Biden delayed it by a few months.  Biden actually agreed that it was time to retreat from Afghanistan.  The only difference might have been timing and methods but again, the deal was already struck by Trump.

There has been no significant change in boarder security since the election that would affect immigrants massing at the boarder.  Biden did increase the numbers he would allow in, putting them back where they were before Trump.  There were immigrants waiting on the boarder before, during and after Trump and this will likely continue for years to come.

There has been no change in energy policy either that would change the US's current level of dependence on foreign oil.  And for that matter, the US hasn't depended on oil from the mid-east for decades.  During the Obama years, the US became the worlds biggest producer of oil due to fracking techniques.  https://www.npr.org/2019/08/13/750528826...ook-office


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#47
RE: Stuff about Trump
(August 23, 2021 at 10:56 pm)LadyForCamus Wrote:
(August 23, 2021 at 10:33 pm)Fireball Wrote: What's next from you? "Yomama" jokes for people whose comments you don't like? #sad

I think you missed the point of @Neo-Scholastics comment.

You're right. Sorry, Neo.
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