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It seems that Trump was trying to obfuscate the fact that that group of his supporters were very bad people. It also seems that one of our posters is using the same tactic.


There are very bad people out there. They do not represent you nor do they represent me. This effort to tie them to a political ideology or individuals is despicable. Someone posted a picture of Obama and Farrakhan. Does that make Obama a black separatist? Certainly not.

 

I am and have been a Conservative for all my voting life. To me Trump came a lot closer to my ideals than Hillary. As a result, to the hate filled left, I am a Nazi, fascist, Kluxer, alt-rightist, and other assorted lovely terms.

 

I'd suggest that we all grow up and understand the Lee Harvey Oswald may have voted for someone - and that someone is not responsible for nor was in support of JFK's murder.

 

It is the same today, I support the efforts that President Trump is putting forth to make things better in America for Americans - what some nut-case Kluxer thinks has nothing to do with that.

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Everyone there was not either a Nazi or antifa. Those two sides came to town looking for trouble. 

 

If you know otherwise and can prove it - go for it.


So what did trump mean in saying "there were fine people on both sides? The KKK and it's supporters were there and those protesting the KKK were there. Was he not talking about those two sides? Please do explain.


It's not all that complicated once you stop thinking in absolutes. Please do try it.


I tried ...... I'm not good at believing lies and alternative facts.


Nor at rational thought. Everyone there was not a Kluxer, Nazi, etc. or antifa. It is as simple as that.


I see no "rational thought that the right has offered, just alternative facts, lies, deceptions, childish accusations and insults.

 

The KKK rally in C'ville was almost exclusively the KKK and it's supporters ....... and those protesting the KKK. Reality still seems to evade you. Trump's "fine people on both sides" statement referred to those two groups. Nothing you can say changes reality, whether you comprehend that or not.

 

Neo-Nazis celebrate trump (and endlessly defend him).


 Isn’t this funny? Just a few short months ago, RK was insisting that the KKK members were there to protest the statues coming down. Of course, when the Grand Wizard came out and said they were there to start a race war, things changed, right?

There are NO “very fine people” belong to any white supremacist group, the KKK, or the very racist Alt. Right. 

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!

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Everyone there was not either a Nazi or antifa. Those two sides came to town looking for trouble. 

 

If you know otherwise and can prove it - go for it.


So what did trump mean in saying "there were fine people on both sides? The KKK and it's supporters were there and those protesting the KKK were there. Was he not talking about those two sides? Please do explain.


It's not all that complicated once you stop thinking in absolutes. Please do try it.


I tried ...... I'm not good at believing lies and alternative facts.


Nor at rational thought. Everyone there was not a Kluxer, Nazi, etc. or antifa. It is as simple as that.


I see no "rational thought that the right has offered, just alternative facts, lies, deceptions, childish accusations and insults.

 

The KKK rally in C'ville was almost exclusively the KKK and it's supporters ....... and those protesting the KKK. Reality still seems to evade you. Trump's "fine people on both sides" statement referred to those two groups. Nothing you can say changes reality, whether you comprehend that or not.

 

Neo-Nazis celebrate trump (and endlessly defend him).


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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I have explained why I do not believe he (if by "r" you mean the President) made a racist statement in **bleep**hole countries. Any chance you can explain your view?


Yep, trump made a racial statement using the 'bleephole' term in reference to black nations, more especially when he added that we didn't need any more immigrants from Haiti and that we need more from Norway, a predominately white nation.There ya' go, my view explained once again.  You either don't comprehend the truth in this or you simply deny reality in trying to defend the 'Dirtbag-In-Chief' that we have in the White House.

 

If the President is a racist for calling them **bleep**hole countries, what does that say about the people fleeing them? They, too must consider them to be **bleep**hole countries.

 

Try to stick to the logical discussion as I have just contributed to rather than wandering off to "Dirtbag-In-Chief" territory. That is unbecoming of a supposed mature individual.


 


You called Trump a Dirtbag-In-Chief. That is a big change.


You know (or at least I hope so) that your comment is not true.

 

Now - any thoughts on the logic about *bleep**hole countries offered above.


It is your comment not mine. Why did you call Trump that.

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It seems that Trump was trying to obfuscate the fact that that group of his supporters were very bad people. It also seems that one of our posters is using the same tactic.

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 


Everyone there was not either a Nazi or antifa. Those two sides came to town looking for trouble. 

 

If you know otherwise and can prove it - go for it.


So what did trump mean in saying "there were fine people on both sides? The KKK and it's supporters were there and those protesting the KKK were there. Was he not talking about those two sides? Please do explain.


It's not all that complicated once you stop thinking in absolutes. Please do try it.


I tried ...... I'm not good at believing lies and alternative facts.


Nor at rational thought. Everyone there was not a Kluxer, Nazi, etc. or antifa. It is as simple as that.

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@john258 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:


I have explained why I do not believe he (if by "r" you mean the President) made a racist statement in **bleep**hole countries. Any chance you can explain your view?


Yep, trump made a racial statement using the 'bleephole' term in reference to black nations, more especially when he added that we didn't need any more immigrants from Haiti and that we need more from Norway, a predominately white nation.There ya' go, my view explained once again.  You either don't comprehend the truth in this or you simply deny reality in trying to defend the 'Dirtbag-In-Chief' that we have in the White House.

 

If the President is a racist for calling them **bleep**hole countries, what does that say about the people fleeing them? They, too must consider them to be **bleep**hole countries.

 

Try to stick to the logical discussion as I have just contributed to rather than wandering off to "Dirtbag-In-Chief" territory. That is unbecoming of a supposed mature individual.


 


You called Trump a Dirtbag-In-Chief. That is a big change.


Two comments: trump IS a scumbag!

 Hysterical that anyone who supports an idiot who demeans everybody who he feels has “attacked him,“ can call someone else  using much more mild vernacular “childish.”  

Let’s all repeat “HUGE  hypocrite” TEN TIMES!

 

Gee, I miss having a real president!


When you get passed your foul-mouth sputtering in anger, would you care to comment on the thoughts above about those **bleep**hole countries?

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@john258 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:


I have explained why I do not believe he (if by "r" you mean the President) made a racist statement in **bleep**hole countries. Any chance you can explain your view?


Yep, trump made a racial statement using the 'bleephole' term in reference to black nations, more especially when he added that we didn't need any more immigrants from Haiti and that we need more from Norway, a predominately white nation.There ya' go, my view explained once again.  You either don't comprehend the truth in this or you simply deny reality in trying to defend the 'Dirtbag-In-Chief' that we have in the White House.

 

If the President is a racist for calling them **bleep**hole countries, what does that say about the people fleeing them? They, too must consider them to be **bleep**hole countries.

 

Try to stick to the logical discussion as I have just contributed to rather than wandering off to "Dirtbag-In-Chief" territory. That is unbecoming of a supposed mature individual.


 


You called Trump a Dirtbag-In-Chief. That is a big change.


You know (or at least I hope so) that your comment is not true.

 

Now - any thoughts on the logic about *bleep**hole countries offered above.

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So then you do think that if you deny the truth long enough it renders it as being false. Reality is that trump said "there were fine people on both sides" in reference to the KKK, it's supporters and those protesting the KKK in C'ville. You just can't change the truth.


Again - "So, it wasn't the President and it wasn't the article" - it was you.

 

So then you are dealing in conjecture and your own biases, not facts. And that truth cannot be changed.


I am dealing with reality, the truth, what really happened, and what trump said in public. 

There's that pesky reality thing that just keeps disagreeing with your opinions.


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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

 


Everyone there was not either a Nazi or antifa. Those two sides came to town looking for trouble. 

 

If you know otherwise and can prove it - go for it.


So what did trump mean in saying "there were fine people on both sides? The KKK and it's supporters were there and those protesting the KKK were there. Was he not talking about those two sides? Please do explain.


It's not all that complicated once you stop thinking in absolutes. Please do try it.


I tried ...... I'm not good at believing lies and alternative facts.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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