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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


No, cent, I really do not know how a hammer thinks. Yep, and I bet Jim doesn't either. Yep, and I'll bet you don't either - but thanks for asking. But emotional reactions from people are easily seen.  Sure they are; just watch when someone mentions race. So that is your reason for making everything racial - you're looking for an emotional reaction. Thanks for 'fessin' up.

 

Wrong again. Most adults can discuss race without getting "emotional".  Thanks for exposing yourself to those who weren't already aware.


Your attempts at "cuteness" are getting things a bit complicated.  Yeah, like, "And here you are".

 

Back to basics, "a good work ethic" is a perfectly valid, non-racial term to anyone not consumed with seeing racism everywhere. And racial to those who can see through the usual "we'll excuse any attack on a minority". And, as you would say - thanks for asking.  I didn't....just more "cuteness".

 

Have you figured out what racism means yet?  I see you still haven't answered that very simple question.


Yes, and thanks for asking. GREAT!  Now what does the term mean? To me - seeing people based on their skin color, such as the radical left does. Thanks for understanding - finally.  I understand you have no idea what the term racism means.  Your definition is wrong and isn't even close to the real meaning.  I suspect you think every word's meaning depends on how you "see it".  That's laughable, as is YOUR meaning of the term racism.

 

Now that I have answered your ever so important question, You haven't.  What does the word mean? See above and move on.  No thank you. The whole point is that several have said you totally misuse the word, you claim you don't, and you've demonstrated you have no idea.  IMO, someone else should "move on" away from any discussion on race until he understands the term.

 

can we move on the the issue of what is racist about someone having a good work ethic?  Nope, I'm not going to discuss the use of the term racism or racist with someone who continually indicates they have no idea what the word means.   But thanks for asking....Interesting, you want to throw the term around but refuse to discuss it's meaning. Why discuss the meaning with someone who clearly has no idea what the term means?  That's hilarious.  You think my calling you white is racist....what a joke! 


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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


No, cent, I really do not know how a hammer thinks. Yep, and I bet Jim doesn't either. Yep, and I'll bet you don't either - but thanks for asking. But emotional reactions from people are easily seen.  Sure they are; just watch when someone mentions race. So that is your reason for making everything racial - you're looking for an emotional reaction. Thanks for 'fessin' up.

 

Wrong again. Most adults can discuss race without getting "emotional".  Thanks for exposing yourself to those who weren't already aware.


Your attempts at "cuteness" are getting things a bit complicated.  Yeah, like, "And here you are".

 

Back to basics, "a good work ethic" is a perfectly valid, non-racial term to anyone not consumed with seeing racism everywhere. And racial to those who can see through the usual "we'll excuse any attack on a minority". And, as you would say - thanks for asking.  I didn't....just more "cuteness".

 

Have you figured out what racism means yet?  I see you still haven't answered that very simple question.


Yes, and thanks for asking. GREAT!  Now what does the term mean? To me - seeing people based on their skin color, such as the radical left does. Thanks for understanding - finally.

 

Now that I have answered your ever so important question, You haven't.  What does the word mean? See above and move on.

 

can we move on the the issue of what is racist about someone having a good work ethic?  Nope, I'm not going to discuss the use of the term racism or racist with someone who continually indicates they have no idea what the word means.   But thanks for asking....Interesting, you want to throw the term around but refuse to discuss it's meaning. But, you are welcome, I am always happy to try to educate anyone in non-biased thinking.


 

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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


No, cent, I really do not know how a hammer thinks. Yep, and I bet Jim doesn't either. Yep, and I'll bet you don't either - but thanks for asking. But emotional reactions from people are easily seen.  Sure they are; just watch when someone mentions race. So that is your reason for making everything racial - you're looking for an emotional reaction. Thanks for 'fessin' up.

 

Wrong again. Most adults can discuss race without getting "emotional".  Thanks for exposing yourself to those who weren't already aware.


Your attempts at "cuteness" are getting things a bit complicated.  Yeah, like, "And here you are".

 

Back to basics, "a good work ethic" is a perfectly valid, non-racial term to anyone not consumed with seeing racism everywhere. And racial to those who can see through the usual "we'll excuse any attack on a minority". And, as you would say - thanks for asking.  I didn't....just more "cuteness".

 

Have you figured out what racism means yet?  I see you still haven't answered that very simple question.


Yes, and thanks for asking. GREAT!  Now what does the term mean?

 

Now that I have answered your ever so important question, You haven't.  What does the word mean?

 

can we move on the the issue of what is racist about someone having a good work ethic?  Nope, I'm not going to discuss the use of the term racism or racist with someone who continually indicates they have no idea what the word means.   But thanks for asking....


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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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rk9152 wrote:

alferdpacker wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


No, cent, I really do not know how a hammer thinks. Yep, and I bet Jim doesn't either. Yep, and I'll bet you don't either - but thanks for asking. But emotional reactions from people are easily seen.  Sure they are; just watch when someone mentions race. So that is your reason for making everything racial - you're looking for an emotional reaction. Thanks for 'fessin' up.

 

Wrong again. Most adults can discuss race without getting "emotional".  Thanks for exposing yourself to those who weren't already aware.


Your attempts at "cuteness" are getting things a bit complicated.  Yeah, like, "And here you are".

 

Back to basics, "a good work ethic" is a perfectly valid, non-racial term to anyone not consumed with seeing racism everywhere. And racial to those who can see through the usual "we'll excuse any attack on a minority". And, as you would say - thanks for asking.  I didn't....just more "cuteness".

 

Have you figured out what racism means yet?  I see you still haven't answered that very simple question.


An answer is unlikely.

Genteel highly understated and well disguised racism will continue to be de rigeur for any self respecting republican/conservative.

Use of newer dogwhistles along the line of the concept that Atwater expounded upon in the following video will continue to be developed by the perverted and twisted minds supporting trump.

Exclusive: Lee Atwater's Infamous 1981 Interview on the Southern Strategy - YouTube

The Atwater strategy of dogwhistling descended from the Southern Strategy is still alive and well in followers/supporters of trump.

Is it possible to be a trump supporter and not be possessed of a dangerously warped and twisted psyche?   Dont be silly - that's a minimum mandatory prerequisite.

 

 

C6MxW_TXEAEmY0H.jpg

 

 


That sounds like the definition of racism is whatever those who see the world through the prism of racism want to call racism.

 

Is that about it??


That's an excellent solipsistic summary.
Only from trump himself and at crank.net can one find "better" more solipsistic rationalizations.

 

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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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alferdpacker wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


No, cent, I really do not know how a hammer thinks. Yep, and I bet Jim doesn't either. Yep, and I'll bet you don't either - but thanks for asking. But emotional reactions from people are easily seen.  Sure they are; just watch when someone mentions race. So that is your reason for making everything racial - you're looking for an emotional reaction. Thanks for 'fessin' up.

 

Wrong again. Most adults can discuss race without getting "emotional".  Thanks for exposing yourself to those who weren't already aware.


Your attempts at "cuteness" are getting things a bit complicated.  Yeah, like, "And here you are".

 

Back to basics, "a good work ethic" is a perfectly valid, non-racial term to anyone not consumed with seeing racism everywhere. And racial to those who can see through the usual "we'll excuse any attack on a minority". And, as you would say - thanks for asking.  I didn't....just more "cuteness".

 

Have you figured out what racism means yet?  I see you still haven't answered that very simple question.


An answer is unlikely.

Genteel highly understated and well disguised racism will continue to be de rigeur for any self respecting republican/conservative.

Use of newer dogwhistles along the line of the concept that Atwater expounded upon in the following video will continue to be developed by the perverted and twisted minds supporting trump.

Exclusive: Lee Atwater's Infamous 1981 Interview on the Southern Strategy - YouTube

The Atwater strategy of dogwhistling descended from the Southern Strategy is still alive and well in followers/supporters of trump.

Is it possible to be a trump supporter and not be possessed of a dangerously warped and twisted psyche?   Dont be silly - that's a minimum mandatory prerequisite.

 

 

C6MxW_TXEAEmY0H.jpg

 

 


That sounds like the definition of racism is whatever those who see the world through the prism of racism want to call racism.

 

Is that about it??

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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

Message 16 of 48 (145 Views)

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


No, cent, I really do not know how a hammer thinks. Yep, and I bet Jim doesn't either. Yep, and I'll bet you don't either - but thanks for asking. But emotional reactions from people are easily seen.  Sure they are; just watch when someone mentions race. So that is your reason for making everything racial - you're looking for an emotional reaction. Thanks for 'fessin' up.

 

Wrong again. Most adults can discuss race without getting "emotional".  Thanks for exposing yourself to those who weren't already aware.


Your attempts at "cuteness" are getting things a bit complicated.  Yeah, like, "And here you are".

 

Back to basics, "a good work ethic" is a perfectly valid, non-racial term to anyone not consumed with seeing racism everywhere. And racial to those who can see through the usual "we'll excuse any attack on a minority". And, as you would say - thanks for asking.  I didn't....just more "cuteness".

 

Have you figured out what racism means yet?  I see you still haven't answered that very simple question.


Yes, and thanks for asking. Now that I have answered your ever so important question, can we move on the the issue of what is racist about someone having a good work ethic?

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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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geneeel dogwhistle ???????

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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


No, cent, I really do not know how a hammer thinks. Yep, and I bet Jim doesn't either. Yep, and I'll bet you don't either - but thanks for asking. But emotional reactions from people are easily seen.  Sure they are; just watch when someone mentions race. So that is your reason for making everything racial - you're looking for an emotional reaction. Thanks for 'fessin' up.

 

Wrong again. Most adults can discuss race without getting "emotional".  Thanks for exposing yourself to those who weren't already aware.


Your attempts at "cuteness" are getting things a bit complicated.  Yeah, like, "And here you are".

 

Back to basics, "a good work ethic" is a perfectly valid, non-racial term to anyone not consumed with seeing racism everywhere. And racial to those who can see through the usual "we'll excuse any attack on a minority". And, as you would say - thanks for asking.  I didn't....just more "cuteness".

 

Have you figured out what racism means yet?  I see you still haven't answered that very simple question.


An answer is unlikely.

Genteel highly understated and well disguised racism will continue to be de rigeur for any self respecting republican/conservative.

Use of newer dogwhistles along the line of the concept that Atwater expounded upon in the following video will continue to be developed by the perverted and twisted minds supporting trump.

Exclusive: Lee Atwater's Infamous 1981 Interview on the Southern Strategy - YouTube

The Atwater strategy of dogwhistling descended from the Southern Strategy is still alive and well in followers/supporters of trump.

Is it possible to be a trump supporter and not be possessed of a dangerously warped and twisted psyche?   Dont be silly - that's a minimum mandatory prerequisite.

 

 

C6MxW_TXEAEmY0H.jpg

 

 

Have pity for Melania - she wakes up with a jerk every morning
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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


No, cent, I really do not know how a hammer thinks. Yep, and I bet Jim doesn't either. Yep, and I'll bet you don't either - but thanks for asking. But emotional reactions from people are easily seen.  Sure they are; just watch when someone mentions race. So that is your reason for making everything racial - you're looking for an emotional reaction. Thanks for 'fessin' up.

 

Wrong again. Most adults can discuss race without getting "emotional".  Thanks for exposing yourself to those who weren't already aware.


Your attempts at "cuteness" are getting things a bit complicated.  Yeah, like, "And here you are".

 

Back to basics, "a good work ethic" is a perfectly valid, non-racial term to anyone not consumed with seeing racism everywhere. And racial to those who can see through the usual "we'll excuse any attack on a minority". And, as you would say - thanks for asking.  I didn't....just more "cuteness".

 

Have you figured out what racism means yet?  I see you still haven't answered that very simple question.


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Re: WAS TRUMP'S TWEET RACIALLY MOTIVATED?

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rk9152 wrote:

Centristsin2010 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:


This thing is starting to look like the LGBTQUE flag or Jesse Jackson's.

 

If you have something you'd like to discuss, let me know.

 

Why?  Most discussions with strawmen are pointless.


 


And yet, here you are. 


So what will be the next oh-so geneeel dogwhistle in defense of current trump/republican/conservative bigotry and prejudice?

Have pity for Melania - she wakes up with a jerk every morning