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Old 07-18-2019, 12:57 PM
 
Location: Washington State
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You often hear that Trumpism is not the same as the Republican platform. After two years of Trump it is pretty obvious what the difference is. It is hate. The guy drips hatred at all of his MAGA events. He is a classic demagogue who gets a crowd of other haters riled up with chants about some group of people that he says they should all hate. In 2016 it was Hillary, people from south of the border, elitists (which is ironic because Trump is the very definition of elitism), and the media. Now it is the squad. And Silicon Valley. And the Fed when it won't lower interest rates. And many of our former allies.

The Republican party never had hate as an element of their platform; they never have gone out of their way for disadvantaged people but they never hated them like Trump does. I am not sure America has ever had a political climate in it that was so filled with pure hatred like this one. It is really sad that this is what America has come to be.
You're confusing not wanting to submit to Islam as hate for the Jihad Squad. You can subjugate yourself and give up all of your freedoms and property if you like but I refuse. Does the Al Queda attack on 911 killing 3000 innocent Americans fill you with job like it does Omar?

 
Old 07-18-2019, 12:58 PM
 
Location: Ohio
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As most republicans have stood by and even defended Trump they are equally as guilty as he is.
One might even say the the republican party of today is the white nationalist party.
Absolutely it is (as it has always been since the 60's). We are fast approaching a point where they will be freely admitting it too, just like Trump. In a way this will be good because we can see with clarity what they stand for. There is little risk for them to admit it, especially in the House since they have gerrymandered their way into permanent power in much of the country.
 
Old 07-18-2019, 01:02 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Ralph_N_1962 View Post
*shrug* some people said something *shrug*

I see what you did there....and it is a great example.
 
Old 07-18-2019, 01:02 PM
 
Location: USA
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Originally Posted by Northman83 View Post
How can you belive such things?

The Republican Party Hates

Colored people - How so? What policy positions do the propose?
Colored women - see above
Homosexuals - see above
Overfunding the Military with 700+ bases worldwide - Both Dems and Republicans vote for that and under Obama
America - How?
Workers - We have historically low Unemployment under Trump
Southernes - ?
Midwesterns - ?
Anyone that wants sensible gun control - we already have 22,000 gun control laws on the books. All infringements.
Secular people - How?
Any other religion - How? What policies?
Jews - See above
Mexicans - ILLEGAL ALIENS, not legal immigrants. Just like every other country does.


It does not work that way..
See responses in the quote. Delusional, uniformed, indoctrinated? Which one are you, or all?
 
Old 07-18-2019, 01:04 PM
 
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Originally Posted by TwoByFour View Post
You often hear that Trumpism is not the same as the Republican platform. After two years of Trump it is pretty obvious what the difference is. It is hate. The guy drips hatred at all of his MAGA events. He is a classic demagogue who gets a crowd of other haters riled up with chants about some group of people that he says they should all hate. In 2016 it was Hillary, people from south of the border, elitists (which is ironic because Trump is the very definition of elitism), and the media. Now it is the squad. And Silicon Valley. And the Fed when it won't lower interest rates. And many of our former allies.

The Republican party never had hate as an element of their platform; they never have gone out of their way for disadvantaged people but they never hated them like Trump does. I am not sure America has ever had a political climate in it that was so filled with pure hatred like this one. It is really sad that this is what America has come to be.
Projection !!!

The clown "squad" was called out !!!
 
Old 07-18-2019, 01:11 PM
 
Location: Bronx
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The pot calling the kettle black. Leftists are some of the most intolerant, hateful people in America. They hate most everybody except themselves. Look at the new face of the dem party- "The Squad". They are the most intolerant, hateful, racist people in government.


The left hates:


white people
white males
heterosexuals
the military
conservatives
America
employed people
southerners
Midwesterners
anyone who owns a gun
Christians
Jews
Black conservatives
Gay conservatives
You forgot mgtow, police security apparatus. And males in general unless if they are gay or Homer Simpson dumb.
 
Old 07-18-2019, 01:38 PM
 
Location: New Mexico
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What's left of the Republican Party -- and it isn't much -- is not drenched in hate and extremism. Nor is the bulk of the Democratic Party. The extremists on both sides have gained the spotlight and the media focus and effectively silenced moderate voices. The moderates, in their silence, are viewed as enablers and apologists for extremism.

The GOP under Trump is under siege because it has lost its way and is irrelevant (even Reince Priebus has run off to join the Navy) so it picks or creates fake issues to garner support. It promotes a vision of America that doesn't exist and never has. Trump empowers extreme hate groups and enjoys personally spewing it out at his rallies and tweets. People who harbor his hate-themes are encouraged to take action -- some do. The left has had enough of it and won't tolerate it and sometimes overreacts.
 
Old 07-18-2019, 01:41 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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Originally Posted by TwoByFour View Post
You often hear that Trumpism is not the same as the Republican platform. After two years of Trump it is pretty obvious what the difference is. It is hate. The guy drips hatred at all of his MAGA events. He is a classic demagogue who gets a crowd of other haters riled up with chants about some group of people that he says they should all hate. In 2016 it was Hillary, people from south of the border, elitists (which is ironic because Trump is the very definition of elitism), and the media. Now it is the squad. And Silicon Valley. And the Fed when it won't lower interest rates. And many of our former allies.

The Republican party never had hate as an element of their platform; they never have gone out of their way for disadvantaged people but they never hated them like Trump does. I am not sure America has ever had a political climate in it that was so filled with pure hatred like this one. It is really sad that this is what America has come to be.
Where in the heck are you getting your idea? Other than his stupid remark about the squad, tell me where he or even more his supporters are pushing hatred?

Hated is more what the left is pushing. Their obsession with impeachment, with digging and digging into what they are sure is going to be the end of the president and ever so many other issues; that is hatred. Some of those on the left, in congress even support a congress women who is anti Jew!!! Now if that isn't hatred what is?
 
Old 07-18-2019, 01:47 PM
 
Location: NE Ohio
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Originally Posted by TwoByFour View Post
You often hear that Trumpism is not the same as the Republican platform. After two years of Trump it is pretty obvious what the difference is. It is hate. The guy drips hatred at all of his MAGA events. He is a classic demagogue who gets a crowd of other haters riled up with chants about some group of people that he says they should all hate. In 2016 it was Hillary, people from south of the border, elitists (which is ironic because Trump is the very definition of elitism), and the media. Now it is the squad. And Silicon Valley. And the Fed when it won't lower interest rates. And many of our former allies.

The Republican party never had hate as an element of their platform; they never have gone out of their way for disadvantaged people but they never hated them like Trump does. I am not sure America has ever had a political climate in it that was so filled with pure hatred like this one. It is really sad that this is what America has come to be.
What is "Trumpism?" Is supporting your President now an "ism? Why?

This thread isn't worthy of further response.
 
Old 07-18-2019, 02:00 PM
 
Location: Texas
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tRump IS the face of the GOP.

And no Pubs dare cross him on his racism or bigotry.

They'll follow his lead wherever it goes.

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