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Old 07-14-2019, 09:57 PM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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It's obvious Trump is racist -- there is countless amounts of evidence. Please read this Trump supporters. https://www.vox.com/2016/7/25/122708...racism-history

 
Old 07-14-2019, 09:58 PM
 
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I’m sure Jesus agrees with you.
Cry me a river lib.
 
Old 07-14-2019, 10:00 PM
 
Location: USA
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WaldoKitty's point is... pointless. Trump criticized all "Progressive Congresswomen" to told them ALL to go back to where they came from.

As Rep. Ted Lieu points out, Trump isn't just attacking illegals. This is an attack on LEGAL immigrants and native-born Americans of color.

His attacks, which he doubled down on, are 100% racist.
"Progressive"? 2 Islamists and a Socialist? I don't think that is progress in anyone's book. But Dems think Obama deserved a Nobel Peace prize too
 
Old 07-14-2019, 10:01 PM
 
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Cry me a river lib.
They can't decide if they hate Jesus or love him, but they sure like Muhammad
 
Old 07-14-2019, 10:10 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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They can't decide if they hate Jesus or love him, but they sure like Muhammad
Neither exists. Sorry to disappoint you.
 
Old 07-14-2019, 10:20 PM
 
Location: USA
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Neither exists. Sorry to disappoint you.
Disappoint me? I'm an Athiest.
Tell that to Christians or Muslims, who believe they existed. Im sure the very "real people" flying the very very "real planes" that slammed into the twin believed in these guys too.
 
Old 07-14-2019, 10:24 PM
 
Location: Right here; Right now
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Voter remorse? Good thing the Democrat party never worries about that..
I didn't vote for Trump, never would never will. That doesn't mean I have eat that spoonful of cat dung, Hillary Clinton, that the democrat party backed.

Hardliners always want to think in either or terms. With us or against us. One of us or one of them.




As for Mary and Joseph. Who? Separation of church and state....... I Dont give a damn what 2 main characters in the new estimate might have been. Jesus? Jesus preached separation of church and state. Render unto teaser that which is Ceaser's. Pretty much says keep it separate. this when Jesus was asked about preaching against authority. (not a direct quote, but pretty much accurate interpretation).

Why does the left which takes delight in slandering Christian beliefs and values seem to love to try inject religion to make an invalid point?
1. It wasn't the USA
2. It was over 2000 years ago.

Heres a quote. Charity starts at home. Lets take care of our own 600,000 homeless before we try to save the world. 50,000 of those homeless are damaged vets. Lets take care of our own first.
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I didn't vote for Trump, never would never will. That doesn't mean I have eat that spoonful of cat dung, Hillary Clinton,
Two of the most disliked individuals in the u.s. ran for POTUS and one of them won. Says a lot about who we are today, as opposed to yesterday, if one looks at it with a moral compass in hand.
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Jesus preached separation of church and state. Render unto teaser that which is Ceaser's.
Here's a quote ... "Blessed are you who are poor, for yours is the kingdom of God." Jesus, brought people together from all over; He united them and empowered them by His words. Must have scared the bajeebers out of the government of the day, as they used their politics, so as they could kill an innocent person and get by with it, all with the people's approval.
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Why does the left which takes delight in slandering Christian beliefs and values seem to love to try inject religion to make an invalid point?
I could ask the same question of the Christian right.

Leviticus 19:33-34 ESV

“When a stranger sojourns with you in your land, you shall not do him wrong. You shall treat the stranger who sojourns with you as the native among you, and you shall love him as yourself, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt: I am the Lord your God."

We have government, politics and religion so as to make a point, what does science say about immigration. It says, if the people had not migrated out of Africa, we would still be there believing the world was flat. There is power in movement, more so in the movement of people and that scares the bajeebers out of the government so much so, they have enlisted the citizen into their fight against the power and to do the government's bidding. And the citizen does so not realizing, just in the day of Jesus ... it is the innocent who gets hurt.
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Lets take care of our own 600,000 homeless before we try to save the world. 50,000 of those homeless are damaged vets.
They have had 250 years to take care of those issues. If they haven't done it yet, they are not going to.

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Old 07-14-2019, 10:30 PM
 
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It's obvious Trump is racist -- there is countless amounts of evidence. Please read this Trump supporters. https://www.vox.com/2016/7/25/122708...racism-history
Since when did white liberal supremacists start giving a s**t about the less fortunate in this country? Just look at every liberal city in America. All unaffordable. With the lower income and the middle class being forced to move away...to cheaper red states. Many who try to stay, wind up homeless, depressed and struggling. As rents keep skyrocketing in LA, NYC, Portland, Seattle, Missoula,.... producing more and more homeless....bleeding hearts scream like crazed loons on pcp...to let in all of the worlds poor through the southern border... to give America back to the Indians, to always trying to portray every white conservative as an evil racist. But the funny thing is...they scream this from the rooftops of their safe, lily white and Asian upper class neighborhoods.
 
Old 07-14-2019, 10:36 PM
 
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Since when did white liberal supremacists start giving a s**t about the less fortunate in this country? Just look at every liberal city in America. All unaffordable. With the lower income and the middle class being forced to move away...to cheaper red states. Many who try to stay, wind up homeless, depressed and struggling. As rents keep skyrocketing in LA, NYC, Portland, Seattle, Missoula,.... producing more and more homeless....bleeding hearts scream like crazed loons on pcp...to let in all of the worlds poor through the southern border... to give America back to the Indians, to always trying to portray every white conservative as an evil racist. But the funny thing is...they scream this from the rooftops of their safe, lily white and Asian upper class neighborhoods.
Yep, the proud Liberal states and cities are starting to see the affects of their policies, and are starting to resemble places like Detroit, Baltimore, and South Chicago.
 
Old 07-14-2019, 10:39 PM
 
Location: NW Nevada
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Shrill, Nails on a chalk board, crazy eyes and more. You rarely get these descriptors when a man has the same physical expression. So yes she is judged a tad more than a man standing up for his issues in a loud and outspoken way. In you face people, no matter their philosophy are who gets things done and changes policies. America of the 1950s is gone. We are now in your face politics and no apologies She’s doing a great job of being the issues that concern her and other like minded people. If she stands the test of time, she will bring change.

Mad Jack? I live on a tiny island in the middle of the sea, I can relate.

LOL, remember Mad Jack? He was the crazy old mountain man Denver Pyle played on the Grizzly Adams TV show with Dan Haggerty in the 70s. Hauling around a cantankerous mule with his buckskins and Hawken rifle.


That would be better than having to hear about the Twitter wars in Washington. And Bernie Sanders hits me the same way as AOC. I have to grit my teeth the same way if I'm trying to listen to him. So I'm not being deliberately discriminatory because AOC is a woman. As I think about it there are plenty of men who effect me like that when they are talking. I have to say though, AOC is more amusing than they are.


Since I'm being honest AOC is actually not to hard on the eyes as a member of congress goes. She has that going for her. Makes me wonder what she and I would be like over morning coffee. I imagine her eyes would be really bugged out and her wounded chicken gesticulations would be quite pronounced by the time we got to the bottoms of our cups.
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