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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2016 6:38 am 
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From what I have seen, the anti-Trump mob has probably been the most violent in Portland. Breaking shit and stuff. The funny thing is that they are breaking stuff that belongs to people who think exactly the same of Trump as they do.

Jeez, why don't they drive to Pendleton, Ore and start breaking shit there. Oh, I forgot, they don't have cars.

Given the crybully response of the Left since the election, probably not one Trump voter regrets his/her vote.


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From what I have seen, the anti-Trump mob has probably been the most violent in Portland. Breaking shit and stuff. The funny thing is that they are breaking stuff that belongs to people who think exactly the same of Trump as they do.

Jeez, why don't they drive to Pendleton, Ore and start breaking shit there. Oh, I forgot, they don't have cars.

Given the crybully response of the Left since the election, probably not one Trump voter regrets his/her vote.


And the Pendleton folks likely are armed and will defend their stuff, rightly so.

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I shouldn't but I just can't resist:



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probably not one Trump voter regrets his/her vote.


Give them a couple of years.

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I shouldn't but I just can't resist:



Spock wrote:
probably not one Trump voter regrets his/her vote.


Give them a couple of years.

Months

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Given the crybully response of the Left since the election, probably not one Trump voter regrets his/her vote.
They will when they realize that learning Russian is hard. --Bob

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Given the crybully response of the Left since the election, probably not one Trump voter regrets his/her vote.
They will when they realize that learning Russian is hard. --Bob

Да, это конечно есть.

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Spock wrote:
From what I have seen, the anti-Trump mob has probably been the most violent in Portland. Breaking shit and stuff. The funny thing is that they are breaking stuff that belongs to people who think exactly the same of Trump as they do.

Jeez, why don't they drive to Pendleton, Ore and start breaking shit there. Oh, I forgot, they don't have cars.

Given the crybully response of the Left since the election, probably not one Trump voter regrets his/her vote.


Actually, Spock, those of us in cities with peaceful protests consider it our First Amendment right of peaceful assembly. And we enjoy exercising that right.

And we will exercise it until the anti-Semitic racist mofo Steve Bannon and his orange shirts come and take us to camps, ripping up the Constitution as they do it.


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Don't hold back Melly - Tell us how you really feel! :mrgreen:


I changed some of the language.

Mofo is ever so much more refined.


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Actually, Spock, those of us in cities with peaceful protests consider it our First Amendment right of peaceful assembly. And we enjoy exercising that right.

And we will exercise it until the anti-Semitic racist mofo Steve Bannon and his orange shirts come and take us to camps, ripping up the Constitution as they do it.


But the protesters are protesting the Constitution, un-constitutionally in some cases.

But, whatever.

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BackInTex wrote:
mellytu74 wrote:
Actually, Spock, those of us in cities with peaceful protests consider it our First Amendment right of peaceful assembly. And we enjoy exercising that right.

And we will exercise it until the anti-Semitic racist mofo Steve Bannon and his orange shirts come and take us to camps, ripping up the Constitution as they do it.


But the protesters are protesting the Constitution, un-constitutionally in some cases.

But, whatever.


Actually, BiT, some of us are protesting less against the election results and more against the rise in anti-Semitic and racist rhetoric that Tuesday has wrought. At least here.

But, whatever.


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Actually, Spock, those of us in cities with peaceful protests consider it our First Amendment right of peaceful assembly. And we enjoy exercising that right.
What do you consider "peaceful?" Does that include only legal activities?

The mofos keep trying to block freeways here.

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Actually, Spock, those of us in cities with peaceful protests consider it our First Amendment right of peaceful assembly. And we enjoy exercising that right.
What do you consider "peaceful?" Does that include only legal activities?

The mofos keep trying to block freeways here.



We haven't block a highway yet, Esto.

But I'll let you know when we do.


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... the rise in ... racist rhetoric


The rise came directly from the White House beginning in 2009 and racism (on both sides) in this country has been fueled by the current President ever since. He's seen and commented on everything from a racial viewpoint, from saying the police "acted stupidly", to "if I had a son he'd look like Trevon" to commenting and sending in the DOJ on any shooting by police of someone of a color regardless of the circumstances, to turning the White House purple when Prince died to not changing the color when cops were assassinated in Dallas during a black lives matter protest. EVERYTHING to that man is viewed from a racial perspective. Race relations in this country are as bad as they've been in decades. That is his legacy. Don't blame Trump.

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BackInTex wrote:
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... the rise in ... racist rhetoric


The rise came directly from the White House beginning in 2009 and racism (on both sides) in this country has been fueled by the current President ever since. He's seen and commented on everything from a racial viewpoint, from saying the police "acted stupidly", to "if I had a son he'd look like Trevon" to commenting and sending in the DOJ on any shooting by police of someone of a color regardless of the circumstances, to turning the White House purple when Prince died to not changing the color when cops were assassinated in Dallas during a black lives matter protest. EVERYTHING to that man is viewed from a racial perspective. Race relations in this country are as bad as they've been in decades. That is his legacy. Don't blame Trump.


The swastikas carved into steps and keyed into cars in South Philadelphia were not there in 2009.

They were there this week.

And with that, I am done this conversation.


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BackInTex wrote:
mellytu74 wrote:
... the rise in ... racist rhetoric


The rise came directly from the White House beginning in 2009 and racism (on both sides) in this country has been fueled by the current President ever since. He's seen and commented on everything from a racial viewpoint, from saying the police "acted stupidly", to "if I had a son he'd look like Trevon" to commenting and sending in the DOJ on any shooting by police of someone of a color regardless of the circumstances, to turning the White House purple when Prince died to not changing the color when cops were assassinated in Dallas during a black lives matter protest. EVERYTHING to that man is viewed from a racial perspective. Race relations in this country are as bad as they've been in decades. That is his legacy. Don't blame Trump.


The swastikas carved into steps and keyed into cars in South Philadelphia were not there in 2009.

They were there this week.

And with that, I am done this conversation.


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mellytu74 wrote:
Spock wrote:
From what I have seen, the anti-Trump mob has probably been the most violent in Portland. Breaking shit and stuff. The funny thing is that they are breaking stuff that belongs to people who think exactly the same of Trump as they do.

Jeez, why don't they drive to Pendleton, Ore and start breaking shit there. Oh, I forgot, they don't have cars.

Given the crybully response of the Left since the election, probably not one Trump voter regrets his/her vote.


Actually, Spock, those of us in cities with peaceful protests consider it our First Amendment right of peaceful assembly. And we enjoy exercising that right.

And we will exercise it until the anti-Semitic racist mofo Steve Bannon and his orange shirts come and take us to camps, ripping up the Constitution as they do it.


Peaceful protest is absolutely fine. Breaking shit is not.

However, when you break shit that belongs to people who almost surely feel exactly the same way about Trump as you do-It really is kind of funny.


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He's seen and commented on everything from a racial viewpoint, from saying the police "acted stupidly", to "if I had a son he'd look like Trevon" to commenting and sending in the DOJ on any shooting by police of someone of a color regardless of the circumstances, to turning the White House purple when Prince died to not changing the color when cops were assassinated in Dallas during a black lives matter protest.


Every President has commented on matters from a racial viewpoint. The difference is that all the other Presidents commented from a white viewpoint and many other whites didn't see anything unusual or objectionable about that. Obama is the first President to comment on matters from a black viewpoint and a lot of conservatives are somehow shocked to discover that not everyone thinks like them.

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He's seen and commented on everything from a racial viewpoint, from saying the police "acted stupidly", to "if I had a son he'd look like Trevon" to commenting and sending in the DOJ on any shooting by police of someone of a color regardless of the circumstances, to turning the White House purple when Prince died to not changing the color when cops were assassinated in Dallas during a black lives matter protest.


Every President has commented on matters from a racial viewpoint. The difference is that all the other Presidents commented from a white viewpoint and many other whites didn't see anything unusual or objectionable about that. Obama is the first President to comment on matters from a black viewpoint and a lot of conservatives are somehow shocked to discover that not everyone thinks like them.


You beat me to that, SSS. Obama didn't divide the country on racial lines. He just wouldn't sweep under the rug the divide that already existed.


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mellytu74 wrote:
BackInTex wrote:
mellytu74 wrote:
... the rise in ... racist rhetoric


The rise came directly from the White House beginning in 2009 and racism (on both sides) in this country has been fueled by the current President ever since. He's seen and commented on everything from a racial viewpoint, from saying the police "acted stupidly", to "if I had a son he'd look like Trevon" to commenting and sending in the DOJ on any shooting by police of someone of a color regardless of the circumstances, to turning the White House purple when Prince died to not changing the color when cops were assassinated in Dallas during a black lives matter protest. EVERYTHING to that man is viewed from a racial perspective. Race relations in this country are as bad as they've been in decades. That is his legacy. Don't blame Trump.


The swastikas carved into steps and keyed into cars in South Philadelphia were not there in 2009.

They were there this week.

And with that, I am done this conversation.


And just a point of fact, swastikas didn't start on Tuesday. They didn't even start with Hitler. Boom. There, NOW the conversation is over, since Hitler's been invoked.

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tlynn78 wrote:
mellytu74 wrote:
BackInTex wrote:

The rise came directly from the White House beginning in 2009 and racism (on both sides) in this country has been fueled by the current President ever since. He's seen and commented on everything from a racial viewpoint, from saying the police "acted stupidly", to "if I had a son he'd look like Trevon" to commenting and sending in the DOJ on any shooting by police of someone of a color regardless of the circumstances, to turning the White House purple when Prince died to not changing the color when cops were assassinated in Dallas during a black lives matter protest. EVERYTHING to that man is viewed from a racial perspective. Race relations in this country are as bad as they've been in decades. That is his legacy. Don't blame Trump.


The swastikas carved into steps and keyed into cars in South Philadelphia were not there in 2009.

They were there this week.

And with that, I am done this conversation.


And just a point of fact, swastikas didn't start on Tuesday. They didn't even start with Hitler. Boom. There, NOW the conversation is over, since Hitler's been invoked.


It would be interesting to keep track of all the reported hate crimes in this period and see how many of them turn out to be fake over time. It is almost a cliche for a SJW(Social Justice Warrior) to find a noose hanging outside her dorm room and everybody gathers to support her, but upon investigation, a few weeks later, it turns out she put the noose there herself.

South Philly, really, is a hotbed of nazi support?


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silverscreenselect wrote:
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He's seen and commented on everything from a racial viewpoint, from saying the police "acted stupidly", to "if I had a son he'd look like Trevon" to commenting and sending in the DOJ on any shooting by police of someone of a color regardless of the circumstances, to turning the White House purple when Prince died to not changing the color when cops were assassinated in Dallas during a black lives matter protest.


Every President has commented on matters from a racial viewpoint. The difference is that all the other Presidents commented from a white viewpoint and many other whites didn't see anything unusual or objectionable about that. Obama is the first President to comment on matters from a black viewpoint and a lot of conservatives are somehow shocked to discover that not everyone thinks like them.


You beat me to that, SSS. Obama didn't divide the country on racial lines. He just wouldn't sweep under the rug the divide that already existed.


If you are correct, he did not sweep it up to clean it up. He sweep the dirt and dust into the air, into the nostrils and eyes of everyone making everyone sick.

I never said there were no racial issues or problems, just that it is now worse rather than better. We've moved backwards 4 decades.

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The swastikas carved into steps and keyed into cars in South Philadelphia were not there in 2009.

They were there this week.

And with that, I am done this conversation.


And just a point of fact, swastikas didn't start on Tuesday. They didn't even start with Hitler. Boom. There, NOW the conversation is over, since Hitler's been invoked.


It would be interesting to keep track of all the reported hate crimes in this period and see how many of them turn out to be fake over time. It is almost a cliche for a SJW(Social Justice Warrior) to find a noose hanging outside her dorm room and everybody gathers to support her, but upon investigation, a few weeks later, it turns out she put the noose there herself.

South Philly, really, is a hotbed of nazi support?

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Maybe the epidemic of hate crimes isn't quite what it is presented to be when 2 college kids from a neighboring college driving through Wellesley with a Trump sign is NATIONAL Frickin' news for days.

20-YO Wellesley kids are reportedly scarred by the incident.

And you guys wonder why you lost the election.

In other news , 20 YO MEN who died on Omaha Beach are rolling over in their graves.


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Hey people, start a new topic. A time honored tradition of this bored is to stop a thread as soon as someone invokes Hitler.

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