Here’s what the pins that Sheriff Clarke wears actually mean

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Nor did GUIDELINES ever come anywhere close to hinting that a poster has the ability or right to tell another poster what to do.

I decline your suggestion that I search - it's totally unnecessary.

 

I had already done a search about that wingnut two years ago in May 2015 when he made a complete and utter fool of himself by making ludicrous, inane, deliberately falsified and scientifically invalid assertions regarding marijuana in congressional hearings.  

I sincerely apologize for saying he made a fool of himself - that's a really unfair insult to fools who are far higher quality people.

 

 


Another racist attack on a black man. Does it never end??? 

 


"black man" wasn't mentioned by anyone but you rk, so is that "racist"?  There was certainly nothing in the post you replied to that was racist. If so, quote it.


Sheriff Clarke is a black man. There are those who consider any disagreement with a black man to be racist. QED


Really?  Would you care to name some of "those"?


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Sorry, hair color as Sheriff Clarke's thinking is beyond my comprehension. Try to state your point about the Sheriff more straight forward.


Funny, but it wouldn't be beyond the comprehension of the 'Really Wise'.


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A black man has a "dark orange heart - and the beat of racism just goes on and on."


rk Acuse me of being racist? Must I point out that Cheif Brown for whom I praised and personaly admire greatly is also black.

Thanks guys for defending me while I was gone. The beat of ignorantism just goes on and on.


 


I don't know who Cheif Brown is but I do know he is not the topic, Sheriff Clarke is.

 

By the way, I supported Clarence Thomas but disagreed with the ideology of Barak Obama and was referred to as not only a racist but also a Fascist.

 

Does that give you a perspective on my point here?


"r4k" I've never seen anyone here post that you were a racist because you disagreed with Obama.  IMO, that's just another straw argument you created.  If it happened so often, as you claim, show us 2 or 3 examples in the forum providing the link.  Otherwise, IMO, it's just the usual smoke.

 

With that said, I've seen many posts posted by you and others that are clearly racist.  Does that mean you're a racist?  Only you know what's in your heart.  Will you look at yourself objectively and honestly, again, only you know for sure, though from this side of the monitor, it doesn't look promising.

 

Not one poster here has made a racist comment, yet you claim there are many.  You ought to look at the meaning of the word and actually attempt to understand the term and the implications of it's infestation.


Wadda ya say, scout - wanna jump in here and help clear this matter up??

 

cent - would you care to point out racist comments I have made?? I understand that to some criticizing a black is assumed to be racist - the old "black man in the White House" thingy - however, I criticize people regardless of their race, religion, national origin, gender, preference, etc. However I am anxious to see those "racist" comments I have made.

 

May I suggest that you take this to a separate topic since poor ol' Sheriff Clarke seems to have been forgotten. Maybe someone else might want to continue discussing his buttons here.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@j872659t wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 


A black man has a "dark orange heart - and the beat of racism just goes on and on."


rk Acuse me of being racist? Must I point out that Cheif Brown for whom I praised and personaly admire greatly is also black.

Thanks guys for defending me while I was gone. The beat of ignorantism just goes on and on.


 


I don't know who Cheif Brown is but I do know he is not the topic, Sheriff Clarke is.

 

By the way, I supported Clarence Thomas but disagreed with the ideology of Barak Obama and was referred to as not only a racist but also a Fascist.

 

Does that give you a perspective on my point here?


"r4k" I've never seen anyone here post that you were a racist because you disagreed with Obama.  IMO, that's just another straw argument you created.  If it happened so often, as you claim, show us 2 or 3 examples in the forum providing the link.  Otherwise, IMO, it's just the usual smoke.

 

With that said, I've seen many posts posted by you and others that are clearly racist.  Does that mean you're a racist?  Only you know what's in your heart.  Will you look at yourself objectively and honestly, again, only you know for sure, though from this side of the monitor, it doesn't look promising.

 

Not one poster here has made a racist comment, yet you claim there are many.  You ought to look at the meaning of the word and actually attempt to understand the term and the implications of it's infestation.


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@j872659t wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 


A black man has a "dark orange heart - and the beat of racism just goes on and on."


rk Acuse me of being racist? Must I point out that Cheif Brown for whom I praised and personaly admire greatly is also black.

Thanks guys for defending me while I was gone. The beat of ignorantism just goes on and on.


 


I don't know who Cheif Brown is but I do know he is not the topic, Sheriff Clarke is.

 

By the way, I supported Clarence Thomas but disagreed with the ideology of Barak Obama and was referred to as not only a racist but also a Fascist.

 

Does that give you a perspective on my point here?

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

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A black man has a "dark orange heart - and the beat of racism just goes on and on."


Focus rk.  Once again no one used the term "black man" but you. Now why is that? 

 

"Orange" has nothing to do with race, it denotes a state of mind (quite a nasty one at that).


So now Sheriff Clarke (a black man) has a "nasty" state of mind. Does the racism never end???

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Nope not racist.

 

I'm equal opportunity. 

 

I attack the obese orange orifice too...

 

Don't hesitate to attack morally and ethically bankrupt trump supporters regardless of ethnic background and/or epithelial melanin content.

 

Skin color has nothing to do with the fact that they're - an embarrassment to their species - an unfortunate mutation that results in an incurable emotionally dysfunctional condition - most likely both.


WOW!!! Now a black man is an "embarrassment to the species". Does the racism never end???


Focus rk ........ "species" doesn't refer to race, in this case it refers to humans. Again ....... no one mentioned "black man" but you.


"embarrassment to to the species" does not sound like a compliment. Since is was aimed at Sheriff Clarke (a black man) it must be racist - right??

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:

Nor did GUIDELINES ever come anywhere close to hinting that a poster has the ability or right to tell another poster what to do.

I decline your suggestion that I search - it's totally unnecessary.

 

I had already done a search about that wingnut two years ago in May 2015 when he made a complete and utter fool of himself by making ludicrous, inane, deliberately falsified and scientifically invalid assertions regarding marijuana in congressional hearings.  

I sincerely apologize for saying he made a fool of himself - that's a really unfair insult to fools who are far higher quality people.

 

 


Another racist attack on a black man. Does it never end??? 

 


"black man" wasn't mentioned by anyone but you rk, so is that "racist"?  There was certainly nothing in the post you replied to that was racist. If so, quote it.


Sheriff Clarke is a black man. There are those who consider any disagreement with a black man to be racist. QED

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

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One hate filled poster even went so far as to question the black man's hair color after changing it in his or her mind.

 

What is this world coming to......?????


Orange is used to denote a frame of mind, not hair color. Isn't referring to someone as a hate filled poster a personal attack?


You might want to discuss that definition with "dearie".


I replied to what you posted (it's in bold print just above).  I don't know any "dearie".


Sorry, hair color as Sheriff Clarke's thinking is beyond my comprehension. Try to state your point about the Sheriff more straight forward.

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@alferdpacker wrote:

 


@rk9152 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:

Nor did GUIDELINES ever come anywhere close to hinting that a poster has the ability or right to tell another poster what to do.

I decline your suggestion that I search - it's totally unnecessary.

 

I had already done a search about that wingnut two years ago in May 2015 when he made a complete and utter fool of himself by making ludicrous, inane, deliberately falsified and scientifically invalid assertions regarding marijuana in congressional hearings.  

I sincerely apologize for saying he made a fool of himself - that's a really unfair insult to fools who are far higher quality people.

 

 


Another racist attack on a black man. Does it never end??? 

 


Nope not racist.

 

I'm equal opportunity. 

 

I attack the obese orange orifice too...

 

Don't hesitate to attack morally and ethically bankrupt trump supporters regardless of ethnic background and/or epithelial melanin content.

 

Skin color has nothing to do with the fact that they're - an embarrassment to their species - an unfortunate mutation that results in an incurable emotionally dysfunctional condition - most likely both.


WOW!!! Now a black man is an "embarrassment to the species". Does the racism never end???


Every bit as much as all the right wing whites who support the malignantly narcissistic psychopath that is perverting and corrupting the White House and office of the president - are also an "embarrassment to the species".


How the heck is Sheriff Clarke (the topic) "corrupting the White House"???

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