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@j872659t wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

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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.

 

Clarke topic? Since you missed it.

 

A comparison of Cheif Brown with Sheriff Clarke (right vs wrong)

 

Dallas Police Chief David Brown soon after fourteen Dallas Police Officers were ambushed ( killing five) protecting Black Lives Matter demonstrators was asked if he had a message for the protesters, he said “We’re hiring. Get off that protest line and put in an application and we’ll put you in your neighborhood and we will help you resolve some of the problems you’re protesting about”

Milwaukee County Sheriff  David Clarke Jr. on Black Lives Matter, ‘they’re black slime that needs to be eradicated from American society’ and has used ‘”black scum” many times to describe BLM.

The idiots that chant disgusting anti-cop slogans give the movement a bad name, as do the too quick to judge incidents, but Sheriff Clarke labels the whole movement as scum denying there is a problem. That’s like saying Trump rallies are full of peckerwood Nazis.

The sad irony in the Dallas tragedy is that Chief Brown for years had been implementing outreach programs and officer training to increase trust and improve community relations. With great success, incidents and complaints had fallen dramatically.

One approach helps, the other makes it worse (right vs wrong) so Sheriff Clarke should shut his freaking mouth and be happy he’s got one rubber bullet in his shirt pocket.

 

 

 


 


 

 

Welcome back.

 

And what has what to do with the racism of attacking a black man (Sheriff Clarke)??

 

Surely you recall the concept that any disagreement with Obama's policies were based on racism.

 

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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

cent - "I do everytime I read them....you usually ignore the point." is really not a valid answer to "...... would you care to point out racist comments I have made??".

 

So how about you just cite some racist comments of mine.


It's clear by your posts here, in this topic, that you STILL don't understand what the term means, so there's no need for me, or anyone else for that matter, to waste their time.  They've been pointed out to you in the past; you should have taken note or kept a list if you were truly interested.

 

I also note you haven't provided a single example of a poster saying you were a racist simply because you disagreed with Obama.  I'm not surprised.


More double talk. You have accused me of making racist statements - what are they???


More whining.  They were pointed out to you....you paid no attention to them until now.  Why is that?


Not whining but possibly misreading the decency of another.

 

It seems that if someone calls another person a racist, common decency would dictate some support for that insult. "Look it tup" (in effect) is a very dishonest response.

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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@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.

 

Clarke topic? Since you missed it.

 

A comparison of Cheif Brown with Sheriff Clarke (right vs wrong)

 

Dallas Police Chief David Brown soon after fourteen Dallas Police Officers were ambushed ( killing five) protecting Black Lives Matter demonstrators was asked if he had a message for the protesters, he said “We’re hiring. Get off that protest line and put in an application and we’ll put you in your neighborhood and we will help you resolve some of the problems you’re protesting about”

Milwaukee County Sheriff  David Clarke Jr. on Black Lives Matter, ‘they’re black slime that needs to be eradicated from American society’ and has used ‘”black scum” many times to describe BLM.

The idiots that chant disgusting anti-cop slogans give the movement a bad name, as do the too quick to judge incidents, but Sheriff Clarke labels the whole movement as scum denying there is a problem. That’s like saying Trump rallies are full of peckerwood Nazis.

The sad irony in the Dallas tragedy is that Chief Brown for years had been implementing outreach programs and officer training to increase trust and improve community relations. With great success, incidents and complaints had fallen dramatically.

One approach helps, the other makes it worse (right vs wrong) so Sheriff Clarke should shut his freaking mouth and be happy he’s got one rubber bullet in his shirt pocket.

 

 

 


 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

cent - "I do everytime I read them....you usually ignore the point." is really not a valid answer to "...... would you care to point out racist comments I have made??".

 

So how about you just cite some racist comments of mine.


It's clear by your posts here, in this topic, that you STILL don't understand what the term means, so there's no need for me, or anyone else for that matter, to waste their time.  They've been pointed out to you in the past; you should have taken note or kept a list if you were truly interested.

 

I also note you haven't provided a single example of a poster saying you were a racist simply because you disagreed with Obama.  I'm not surprised.


More double talk. You have accused me of making racist statements - what are they???


More whining.  They were pointed out to you....you paid no attention to them until now.  Why is that?


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Because I have been a member of a black/white relationship and have adoped black children.  Not gonna find any klukkers or rightwingnut bigots doing that - are we?

 


You'd be surprised at that.  There's no way to verify what you are saying is true.  But that doesn't necessarily mean anything. 


What you've posted applies equally to everyone here, you included.

 

Nice try, but no cigar bucko...


Hold the phone there, Harry......how come he got a "bucko" but I got a "Dearie"......wadddaya tryin' to say????


Why, whatever could you be imagining might have been implied?

 

You will never know for certain...

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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

cent - "I do everytime I read them....you usually ignore the point." is really not a valid answer to "...... would you care to point out racist comments I have made??".

 

So how about you just cite some racist comments of mine.


It's clear by your posts here, in this topic, that you STILL don't understand what the term means, so there's no need for me, or anyone else for that matter, to waste their time.  They've been pointed out to you in the past; you should have taken note or kept a list if you were truly interested.

 

I also note you haven't provided a single example of a poster saying you were a racist simply because you disagreed with Obama.  I'm not surprised.


More double talk. You have accused me of making racist statements - what are they???

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@alferdpacker wrote:

@TxGrandpa2 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:

Because I have been a member of a black/white relationship and have adoped black children.  Not gonna find any klukkers or rightwingnut bigots doing that - are we?

 


You'd be surprised at that.  There's no way to verify what you are saying is true.  But that doesn't necessarily mean anything. 


What you've posted applies equally to everyone here, you included.

 

Nice try, but no cigar bucko...


Hold the phone there, Harry......how come he got a "bucko" but I got a "Dearie"......wadddaya tryin' to say????

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@alferdpacker wrote:

 


@rk9152 wrote:

cent - "I do everytime I read them....you usually ignore the point." is really not a valid answer to "...... would you care to point out racist comments I have made??".

 

So how about you just cite some racist comments of mine.


Of ALL the times I said something about sheriff clarke - not once - EVER - did I make ANY mention whatsoever of his race or skincolor.

 

Why?

 

Because I have been a member of a black/white relationship and have adoped black children.  Not gonna find any klukkers or rightwingnut bigots doing that - are we?

 

But a series of lying posts persisted in alleging racism on the part of lefties...

 

Gee - who could it be?

 

 


Ahhhh - but, as you may have noticed, he is black. And everyone not to the right of Che Guevara knows that any criticism of a black person must be based on racism.

 

I wonder of scout would care to weigh in here??? Think of this as an open invitiation - a friendly door held open.

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@TxGrandpa2 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:


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   Much about the individual is revealed in their overall posts. 




Indeed - every morning when I awake


Of course not, because you say so, whatever you're trying to say.


Uh huh - thought so...

 

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@alferdpacker wrote:


@TxGrandpa2 wrote:


 

   Much about the individual is revealed in their overall posts. 




Indeed - every morning when I awake


Of course not, because you say so, whatever you're trying to say.

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