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2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 12:55PM #21
Max
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Feb 2, 2019 -- 11:47AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 11:45AM, Max wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 7:05AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 12:13AM, laurenf2 wrote:


That being the case, I'm certainly open to putting Northam's resignation on the table. Good going to see a DEMs poster calling him out on it.  


While we DEMs are calling for his resignation, any thoughts of GOPs responsing to Steve King's racist comments of late? The guy is a self proclaimed white supremacist. Otherwise GOPs better put a sock on it.....




Hold on.  Who is defending King?  The Republicans went as far as the minority party can in stripping him of committee appointments.  A bill condemning hate speech mentioning the congressman was passed by voice vote and the House majority leaders are not willing to take up censuring King at this time because of Democrats that walk the Anti-Semitic tight rope. 




You're joking, right? The question should be who was enabling him? King has been in Congress 16 years, and the republicans are just starting to speak out now against his views on the issue.




you calling for the Jew hater scarf wearing congresswoman to resign?




If someone doesn't like the Israeli Governments policies toward Palestinians that means that person hates Jewish people. So by that same logic, any person that was against S. Africa's apartheid is anti white. Sheesh, that's some strange logic.

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2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 12:56PM #22
Max
Posts: 42,610

Feb 2, 2019 -- 12:29PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 12:22PM, Max wrote:


When will low ratings Bull$hit ArtistVandelay apologize for all the lies he tells about me? 




the guy supports the murder of children and that doesn't phase you, but wearing makeup 30 years ago is what bothers you and is what he should resign for, where I'm I incorrect?




Right there. But you already know that. 

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2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 1:01PM #23
laurenf2
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Feb 2, 2019 -- 11:45AM, Max wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 7:05AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 12:13AM, laurenf2 wrote:


That being the case, I'm certainly open to putting Northam's resignation on the table. Good going to see a DEMs poster calling him out on it.  


While we DEMs are calling for his resignation, any thoughts of GOPs responsing to Steve King's racist comments of late? The guy is a self proclaimed white supremacist. Otherwise GOPs better put a sock on it.....




Hold on.  Who is defending King?  The Republicans went as far as the minority party can in stripping him of committee appointments.  A bill condemning hate speech mentioning the congressman was passed by voice vote and the House majority leaders are not willing to take up censuring King at this time because of Democrats that walk the Anti-Semitic tight rope. 




You're joking, right? The question should be who was enabling him? King has been in Congress 16 years, and the republicans are just starting to speak out now against his views on the issue.




What I meant to say ...A DEMs poster here initiating a thread in regards to Northam's heinous behavior. 


I have yet to see any GOPs poster here initiating a thread saying anything negative about King. They will jump on Northam and essentially mute on King as they make excuses for Trump.


If they restrain from making comments on King or Trump..they need to put a sock in it in regards to Northam

2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 1:09PM #24
Max
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Feb 2, 2019 -- 1:01PM, laurenf2 wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 11:45AM, Max wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 7:05AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 12:13AM, laurenf2 wrote:


That being the case, I'm certainly open to putting Northam's resignation on the table. Good going to see a DEMs poster calling him out on it.  


While we DEMs are calling for his resignation, any thoughts of GOPs responsing to Steve King's racist comments of late? The guy is a self proclaimed white supremacist. Otherwise GOPs better put a sock on it.....




Hold on.  Who is defending King?  The Republicans went as far as the minority party can in stripping him of committee appointments.  A bill condemning hate speech mentioning the congressman was passed by voice vote and the House majority leaders are not willing to take up censuring King at this time because of Democrats that walk the Anti-Semitic tight rope. 




You're joking, right? The question should be who was enabling him? King has been in Congress 16 years, and the republicans are just starting to speak out now against his views on the issue.




What I meant to say ...A DEMs poster here initiating a thread in regards to Northam's heinous behavior. 


I have yet to see any GOPs poster here initiating a thread saying anything negative about King. They will jump on Northam and essentially mute on King as they make excuses for Trump.


If they restrain from making comments on King or Trump..they need to put a sock in it in regards to Northam




You're right. I did however see GOP threads and posts that were propping up white supremacists for beating up people. Even if those people were Antifa, I don't know how a decent person with a conscience takes a side between those 2 violent groups. 

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2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 1:11PM #25
meacham
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Feb 2, 2019 -- 1:01PM, laurenf2 wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 11:45AM, Max wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 7:05AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 12:13AM, laurenf2 wrote:


That being the case, I'm certainly open to putting Northam's resignation on the table. Good going to see a DEMs poster calling him out on it.  


While we DEMs are calling for his resignation, any thoughts of GOPs responsing to Steve King's racist comments of late? The guy is a self proclaimed white supremacist. Otherwise GOPs better put a sock on it.....




Hold on.  Who is defending King?  The Republicans went as far as the minority party can in stripping him of committee appointments.  A bill condemning hate speech mentioning the congressman was passed by voice vote and the House majority leaders are not willing to take up censuring King at this time because of Democrats that walk the Anti-Semitic tight rope. 




You're joking, right? The question should be who was enabling him? King has been in Congress 16 years, and the republicans are just starting to speak out now against his views on the issue.




What I meant to say ...A DEMs poster here initiating a thread in regards to Northam's heinous behavior. 


I have yet to see any GOPs poster here initiating a thread saying anything negative about King. They will jump on Northam and essentially mute on King as they make excuses for Trump.


If they restrain from making comments on King or Trump..they need to put a sock in it in regards to Northam




Call me when Trump has a picture of himself either in blackface or in KKK robes.   That's a career-over moment right there.


The problem is that the Dem side keeps pushing nothing burgers, so there is no need to denounce fake news.


Where are the Dems who told this board that a tape was going to surface with Trump saying the N-word?   Where are the pee tape people?   Why aren't they apologizing for spreading Fake News?


2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 1:13PM #26
meacham
Posts: 3,675

Feb 2, 2019 -- 12:55PM, Max wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 11:47AM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 11:45AM, Max wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 7:05AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Feb 2, 2019 -- 12:13AM, laurenf2 wrote:


That being the case, I'm certainly open to putting Northam's resignation on the table. Good going to see a DEMs poster calling him out on it.  


While we DEMs are calling for his resignation, any thoughts of GOPs responsing to Steve King's racist comments of late? The guy is a self proclaimed white supremacist. Otherwise GOPs better put a sock on it.....




Hold on.  Who is defending King?  The Republicans went as far as the minority party can in stripping him of committee appointments.  A bill condemning hate speech mentioning the congressman was passed by voice vote and the House majority leaders are not willing to take up censuring King at this time because of Democrats that walk the Anti-Semitic tight rope. 




You're joking, right? The question should be who was enabling him? King has been in Congress 16 years, and the republicans are just starting to speak out now against his views on the issue.




you calling for the Jew hater scarf wearing congresswoman to resign?




If someone doesn't like the Israeli Governments policies toward Palestinians that means that person hates Jewish people. So by that same logic, any person that was against S. Africa's apartheid is anti white. Sheesh, that's some strange logic.




To call on the US government to support BDS is crossing a line.  They're not looking to negotiate, they want to destroy the only Jewish state on the planet.   To chant "from the river to the sea" means exactly that.   Support for Hamas is exactly that.


2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 1:32PM #27
laurenf2
Posts: 8,817

King? Any GOPs here calling him out? I'm still waiting to see a thread about King and his heinous behavior. As least DEMs are not hypocrites willing to call out one of their own.


Any GOPs here having issues with Moore? Sheriff Arpaio? When it comes to Northam GOPs are all over him.  

2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 1:40PM #28
bomberhojoe
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Sadly racism is very prevalent in our world. And it knows no party. There are just as many in both parties I am sure. Maybe if we took away the Rs in the Ds after people's names, then we would be able to look at them as individuals and not my guy or my girl because of their party. Then maybe we could call them out when they do something despicable without hesitation.
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2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 2:12PM #29
ArtVandelay
Posts: 32,452

Feb 2, 2019 -- 1:40PM, bomberhojoe wrote:

Sadly racism is very prevalent in our world. And it knows no party. There are just as many in both parties I am sure. Maybe if we took away the Rs in the Ds after people's names, then we would be able to look at them as individuals and not my guy or my girl because of their party. Then maybe we could call them out when they do something despicable without hesitation.



What's worse?  Wearing makeup 30 years ago or supporting the murder of children?

2 months ago  ::  Feb 02, 2019 - 2:21PM #30
ArtVandelay
Posts: 32,452

Will the VA governor abort his governorship?  

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