The Difference Between Republicans and Democrats
Posted by Oddjob (+183) 5 years ago
Be proud.

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Posted by Bridgier (+9222) 5 years ago
And this proves exactly... what?
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Posted by UM Griz (+169) 5 years ago
Reply to Oddjob (#367905)
Oddjob wrote:
Be proud.

[youtube video]


Notice where he is standing in while holding the Clinton sign? Right in front of the doors where there is security detail and comparatively few people. Different story for the Trump sign. There are assholes on both sides, but this is just bull poop.
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 5 years ago
He's standing at one of the gates in the iron curtain the Democrats erected around the Convention center. The Democrat delegates had to walk by him to get to the convention hall just like the Republican delegates had to walk by him on the street to get into the convention hall.

The only difference is that none of the Republicans spit on him or called him a racist.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5096) 5 years ago
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Posted by David Schott (+17169) 5 years ago
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 5 years ago
The world is full of a**holes, Bob, and the Left owns most of them. Including the shills they send to Trump events. Haven't seen any Trump supporters murdering police.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5096) 5 years ago
Oddjob wrote:
The world is full of a**holes, Bob, and the Left owns most of them.



Oddjob doesn't think white supremacists are assholes.
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Posted by Bridgier (+9222) 5 years ago
Huh.

http://dneiwert.blogspot....white.html

I'm sure oddy believes that when a Cliven Bundy supporter shoots a cop (even in the back of the head while they're getting coffee) it was justified.

Oddjob doesn't think white supremacists are assholes.


Fixed that for you.

[Edited by Bridgier (8/5/2016 1:46:45 PM)]
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 5 years ago
Your constant fascination with and focus on, such an insignificant and irrelevant segment of society such as these persons is most curious....

Is this because of some sort of subliminal connection Democrats have to have to belong to the Party born of the KKK?


http://armored-column.com...bake-1924/
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2774) 5 years ago
The GOP ain't the party of Lincoln anymore. And the Dems are no longer the party of the KKK.

Deal with it, A$$hole.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5096) 5 years ago
The white supremacists are your people, Oddjob.

Be proud.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2409) 5 years ago
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 5 years ago
Reply to Bob Netherton III (#367962)
Bob Netherton III wrote:
The GOP ain't the party of Lincoln anymore. And the Dems are no longer the party of the KKK.

Deal with it, A$$hole.


In your dreams. That's what you Dem's with the white supremacist fetish would like to believe. White supremacists are nothing more than a hand full of Democrats who stopped taking their lithium.

Democrats have always advocated for a big government welfare state. What the hell is that, other than equal opportunity Jim Crow? The roots of the Democrat Party are in slavery, the KKK and Jim Crow, and always will be.

A perfect example is the behavior in the video I posted. The Republicans high-five the guy with the Clinton sign, for having the balls to show up. With the Trump sign, the Democrats spit on the guy and are working themselves up into a lynch mob frenzy.

If only somebody had remembered to bring a rope.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2774) 5 years ago
You're a delusional idiot, oddjob. Its as simple as that.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5096) 5 years ago
http://www.slate.com/blog...unity.html



If you have a swastika tattoo, it's almost certain you're a Trump supporter.

Be proud, Oddjob. Be proud.
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 5 years ago
Reply to Bob Netherton III (#367970)
Bob Netherton III wrote:
You're a delusional idiot, oddjob. Its as simple as that.


That's all you ever have, isn't it Bob I and Bob III?

A standard, ordinary libtard rebuttal.

Pretty sub-par for a couple of Montana boys. You're a waste of digital ink.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5096) 5 years ago
Libtard!?!?

Ooooooooooooooo!!!

Sick burn, Oddjob!


Here's an article featuring your boy David Duke. You've heard of him, right?

http://www.npr.org/sectio...his-voters



Here's a key passage:

He was confident that Trump backers in Louisiana would support his Senate run.

"We've already polled inside the Trump voters, and we know that we're going to carry 75 to 80 percent of those who are going to vote for Trump," he said.

Steve asked, "You think Trump voters are your voters?"

"Well, of course they are!" Duke said. "Because I represent the ideas of preserving this country and the heritage of this country, and I think Trump represents that as well."




Be proud, Oddjob. Be proud.
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 5 years ago
Just keep taking the lithium, Bob.
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Posted by David Schott (+17169) 5 years ago
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Posted by CarlosSantos (+872) 5 years ago
The difference between Democrats and Republicans, is that the front runner of the Republican party is essentially suggesting that the Democratic front runner should be stopped at all costs, even if that means shooting her.

You can't make this stuff up.

He's insane.

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Posted by gunsngold (-2409) 5 years ago
Why the left would run Hillary for President when they have this common since socialist, says a lot. No pun intended, if we are going to socialism, at least make it some kind of fair. Why bail out wall street, when the benefits of bailing out main street are better for the country/unity/economy.

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Posted by Kelly (+2713) 5 years ago
What is a, "common since socialist?"
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Posted by CarlosSantos (+872) 5 years ago
Reply to gunsngold (#368004)
gunsngold wrote:
Why the left would run Hillary for President when they have this common since socialist, says a lot. No pun intended, if we are going to socialism, at least make it some kind of fair. Why bail out wall street, when the benefits of bailing out main street are better for the country/unity/economy.



WHAT?

and

WHAT?
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Posted by Bridgier (+9222) 5 years ago
Don't overthink it Carlos.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14969) 5 years ago
Reply to gunsngold (#368004)
gunsngold wrote:
Why the left would run Hillary for President when they have this common since socialist, says a lot. No pun intended, if we are going to socialism, at least make it some kind of fair. Why bail out wall street, when the benefits of bailing out main street are better for the country/unity/economy.

[video link]


The "left" didn't "run" HRC and doesn't want her as a candidate. HRC doesn't want progressives in the party. With the Clinton's, HRC in particular, "progressivness" is relative. It's like saying John Wesley was progressive in comparison to John Calvin.

Hillary belongs to the "left-wing" of the Property and War party. Trump belongs to the "right-wing" of the Property and War party. By wings, imagine a humming bird; the degree of separation is only that wide. Trump is performing doing a marvelous job of acting on behalf of the Clinton Foundation. The coronation will continue.

And lest there be any confusion, while I agree with 95% of Jill Stein's positions, she has zip,zero,nada executive leadership experience. She is a great cheerleader for the progressive movement, but she is not qualified to be POTUS.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2409) 5 years ago
Common since, meaning that she places the federal reserve at the forefront of any and all economic crisis. If the federal reserve can print up a bunch of dollars to make sure big banks pass the stress test, or to bail them out, why not just bail out main street as well, after all main street is where the inflation is felt from the printing presses that saved the banks. She is advocating for main street not wall street.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14969) 5 years ago
I think the word you seek is "SENSE" NOT "SINCE". Apparently, it's no longer common.
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Posted by Kelly (+2713) 5 years ago
Thank you Richard!
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Posted by gunsngold (-2409) 5 years ago
Sorry Richard, didn't mean to offend your cents of grammar.
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Posted by bunsnmold (+4) 5 years ago
Reply to gunsngold (#368017)
gunsngold wrote:
Sorry Richard, didn't mean to offend your cents of grammar.


Constantly calls people ignorant, yet doesn't know the difference between "sense" and "since."

If you make it a business to call people uneducated and ignorant, do yourself a favor and swing on down to local Walmart. They have a great selection of mirrors to choose from.
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Posted by Bridgier (+9222) 5 years ago
Another small difference, is that our candidate for the presidency isn't suggesting that the other candidate (or merely the judges she nominates) be assassinated.
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Posted by Oddjob (+183) 5 years ago
Reply to Bridgier (#368024)
Bridgier wrote:
Another small difference, is that our candidate for the presidency isn't suggesting that the other candidate (or merely the judges she nominates) be assassinated.


I'm no fan of Trump, but there is a limit to the lunacy surrounding the media matters spin put on every word that comes out of his mouth.

How stupid do you have to be to believe that Trump was advocating for anybody's murder?

And how much more stupid do you have to be, to come on this forum and publicly state that you believe that's what he was saying?
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Posted by Bridgier (+9222) 5 years ago
Well, what exactly were the sound waves emanating from his mouth hole supposed to mean? I listened to the speech, and there WAS some ambiguity, but what are people supposed to take away from a reference to the second amendment?
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2774) 5 years ago
Oddjob may be right, Bridgier. I think Trump is too damn dumb to use a veiled threat. That would require a little intellectual formulation.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14969) 5 years ago
Reply to Bridgier (#368026)
Bridgier wrote:
Well, what exactly were the sound waves emanating from his mouth hole supposed to mean? I listened to the speech, and there WAS some ambiguity, but what are people supposed to take away from a reference to the second amendment?


Exactly!

As "folk" of the first Amendment, I find it highly objectionable to use "freedom of speech" to dog-whistle use of the second amendment against a political and ideological opponent.

Self-government only works when we exercise self-discipline. Abuse of "free-speech" shouldn't be tolerated or we will all lose that precious freedom. It's time for Americans to stand together and collectively tell Mr. Trump "You're Fired!". We need to do this now, not in November.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5096) 5 years ago
Check out the awesome Trump Confederate flag!

http://www.nytimes.com/20...ction-2016
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Posted by gunsngold (-2409) 5 years ago
Found within the WikiLeaks’ Hillary Clinton email archive is an email with the subject ‘Unrest in Albania,’ in which Soros makes clear to Clinton that “two things need to be done urgently.” He then directs the Secretary of State to “bring the full weight of the international community to bear on Prime Minister Berisha” and “appoint a senior European official as mediator.” Revealing the influence he wields within the corridors of power, Soros then provides Secretary of State Clinton with three names from which to choose. Unsurprisingly, Clinton acquiesced and chose one of the officials recommended by Soros — Miroslav Lajcak.


Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/wikileaks-email-soros-clintons-master/#X1h8FslkXHSdOvlP.99


Anyone voting for Hillary might as well write in "King George Soros" instead. At least Trump is not for sale.
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