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Old 03-06-2016, 05:41 PM
 
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Ok, you win--they are all Nazis. But this is a confusing thread. Did Trump ask people to pledge an oath to his big penis?
You seem a little too excited.

I'd like to just keep this thread more family friendly than the party of family values' debate the other night.
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:43 PM
 
Location: Pacific Northwest
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(the OP's) superficial and barely understood political objective, which is probably some drivel about "ending racism" and "promoting social justice" and "working towards world peace" and other drivel and claptrap.

There's a reason why internet culture places special awareness on the idea of "Hitlering" a thread. It's because the people that USE the holocaust do so for whatever reason their feeble intellect can imagine and at great disrespect to the actual holocaust, it's victims and those that survived it.

Excuse me, I am not using the holocaust in a disrespectful way I'm pointing out mere similarities between Donald J. Trump and Hitler in both how they used power in a manipulative way.

Read this:
(from a book about Hitler)

pg. 11 Adolf Hitler

The Secret of Hitler's Success

"Nuremberg was not the only city, nor were the young people the only Germans, to be caught in the spell of Adolf Hitler. Although one side of his personality was rude, rough and vulgar, another side was charming, convincing and believable, and it was this side that brought millions of followers to his feet. Hitler told the German people what they wanted to hear-that conditions in the country would improve, that their own lives would be better, that Germany would become the most powerful nation on earth."

So again, I can point out the similarities between both men.

Oh and too bad to hear you feel that ending racism, promoting social justice and working towards world peace is to you considered "silly" or "nonsense" because that is what drivel means, but many of us here in the U.S. support those ideas and want good things for our future.
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:43 PM
 
Location: Out West
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And then intelligent people have to explain all of this to the stupid, in order to counterbalance the manipulative efforts of the straight-up liars that pretend that they don't know this, and lie about things like this in order to make Trump look crazy.
Preach. 100% correct.
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:43 PM
 
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And it's not just those who oppose Trump that are making Hitler connections. A quick swing through some of the neo nazi forums turns up Trump supporters who do the same but see it as a positive thing. Some express appreciation that Trump seems to have "learned from Hitler's mistakes"..
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:45 PM
 
Location: Out West
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Ummmm, he did.

Obama Asking Supporters To Pledge Allegiance To Him -- Hollywood All Too Happy To Oblige | Nillabyte.com

You don't think his team ran this by him before they launched the campaign?

Anyways, like Obama needed the pledge with his supporters hands over their hearts - these are same people that were chanting and fainting.

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Well Obama and Trump both had loyalty pledges...at least Hillary didn't have such a pledge ever...



Hillary Fans Sign Loyalty Pledge Before They Enter Event | Mediaite

...Oh wait...
So once again, the anti-Trumpers have worked themselves up in to a lather over something that is done by others. When called out, they talk about a private body part. And they say Trump is crazy? I don't think so.
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:50 PM
 
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So once again, the anti-Trumpers have worked themselves up in to a lather over something that is done by others. When called out, they talk about a private body part. And they say Trump is crazy? I don't think so.
Want to see crazy? Here is Obama's campaign manager taking the "For All" Obama support pledge!



Obama frequently asks for pledges - sign up for his email list and you get inundated with pledges and petitions to sign up for.


http://www.kabc.com/2015/09/07/atten...llary-clinton/

Hillary Clinton Makes Voters Sign Loyalty Pledge Before Entering Event - Fox Nation
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:55 PM
 
Location: Dothan AL
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Oh--a joke. Yeah--funny. I'm sure if Obama asked for a pledge or oath to himself, everyone would think it is hysterical--I cannot even imagine the names he would be called by those attending the Trump rally.

Trump becomes more Hitleresque and fascistic by the day, and he is terrifying and revolting people--not making them laugh.
Naw! he is a big dope and those who vote for him are bigger dopes.
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Old 03-06-2016, 07:50 PM
 
Location: Sagle, ID
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Ok, you win--they are all Nazis. But this is a confusing thread. Did Trump ask people to pledge an oath to his big penis?
You get called out and smacked down so you spin the subject into a joke, just like Hillary did with the question about her lying.
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Old 03-07-2016, 08:21 AM
 
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Oh and too bad to hear you feel that ending racism, promoting social justice and working towards world peace is to you considered "silly" or "nonsense" because that is what drivel means, but many of us here in the U.S. support those ideas and want good things for our future.
Well since you are the resident Nazi and Holocaust expert, you might also want to pontificate on the role of the "useful idiot" and how as a manipulative tactic the Nazis would first create a problem (staging an attack on a German radio station from Poland) and then "solve" the problem by invading Poland.

I'm sure you are aware of the lengths to which Socialists will go to achieve domination and control over a free and open society.

Such as sowing the seeds of racial strife and dissatisfaction (i.e. creating "racism") and then employ Useful Idiots to go around empowering the Socialist state in order to "solve" the problem that the Socialists created in the 1st place. Does this sound familiar?

I reiterate my question. Do you mean "manipulative" in the sense that the person pretends to be stupid in order to achieve a political objective, or do you mean "manipulative" in the sense that the person really IS stupid, and merely achieves the political objective because they are too stupid to know any better. It's either the Useful Idiot, or the Propagandist.

Which?
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Old 03-07-2016, 08:24 AM
 
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You get called out and smacked down so you spin the subject into a joke, just like Hillary did with the question about her lying.
Which of the other political candidates is most likely to put Hillary Clinton in prison, if they are elected?
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