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DeNiro showed he is just another potty mouthed actor that hate Trump ...  so typical of the hate on the left.  Very sad for our great country. 
 
Now Kidboy, based on YOUR comments above, and considering trump has said far worse and on far more occasions publicly as indicated in the video below, is it fair to say, "trump showed he is just another potty mouthed conman that hate DeNiro....so typical of the hate on the Right.  Very sad for our country"?
 
Or is there the usual hypocrisy in your topic?
 
 
 
 
 

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thats a hoot. probaly his most famous role was as Travis Bickle. DIdnt see any pols asking for that charactor to campaign with them. 


They can role play all they want in acting, but that doesn't make them experts to be outspoken in real life.  Save the acting for the screen or Broadway.


Had the entire post been read and fully comprehended - it would have been unmistakably obvious that what was was quoted was by Mlseker - but due to what could have been animus - it was misattributed to alferdpacker.

 

Interesting that "some" appear to have used obvious political bias as a means of criticizing people who have demonstrated an ability to do what "some" have never been been able to approach being even remotely able to do.

 

Gee - could some form of jealousy possibly have been an accompanying emotion that may have added to that unattractive political bias?

 

Sure seems like it...

 

A.P....I don't think the Conservatives here appreciated De Niro exercising his right to free speech, do you?  But they weren't troubled by Roseanne Barr's?  One was a curse word; the other was clearly racist.....hmmm.....telling.....


Why - given that disparity between - a very great level of outrage - and a far ....faux outrage bysmaller level of outrage - one might wonder whether - but - oh no - that's not possible - republicans/conservatives/trump-supporters have often assured us that they aren't "that way" at all - and - "of course" - we implicitly believe their every word - every bit as much as we implicity believe everything trump says - don't we?

 

Yep, A.P.....just faux outrage from hypocrites....

 

Warning, if you are offended by Robert De Niro's word, you'll be VERY offended by trumps....

 


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@alferdpacker wrote:

@TxGrandpa2 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:


thats a hoot. probaly his most famous role was as Travis Bickle. DIdnt see any pols asking for that charactor to campaign with them. 


They can role play all they want in acting, but that doesn't make them experts to be outspoken in real life.  Save the acting for the screen or Broadway.


Had the entire post been read and fully comprehended - it would have been unmistakably obvious that what was was quoted was by Mlseker - but due to what could have been animus - it was misattributed to alferdpacker.

 

Interesting that "some" appear to have used obvious political bias as a means of criticizing people who have demonstrated an ability to do what "some" have never been been able to approach being even remotely able to do.

 

Gee - could some form of jealousy possibly have been an accompanying emotion that may have added to that unattractive political bias?

 

Sure seems like it...

 

A.P....I don't think the Conservatives here appreciated De Niro exercising his right to free speech, do you?  But they weren't troubled by Roseanne Barr's?  One was a curse word; the other was clearly racist.....hmmm.....telling.....


Why - given that disparity between - a very great level of outrage - and a far smaller level of outrage - one might wonder whether - but - oh no - that's not possible - republicans/conservatives/trump-supporters have often assured us that they aren't "that way" at all - and - "of course" - we implicitly believe their every word - every bit as much as we implicity believe everything trump says - don't we?

 

 

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@alferdpacker wrote:

@TxGrandpa2 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:


thats a hoot. probaly his most famous role was as Travis Bickle. DIdnt see any pols asking for that charactor to campaign with them. 


They can role play all they want in acting, but that doesn't make them experts to be outspoken in real life.  Save the acting for the screen or Broadway.


Had the entire post been read and fully comprehended - it would have been unmistakably obvious that what was was quoted was by Mlseker - but due to what could have been animus - it was misattributed to alferdpacker.

 

Interesting that "some" appear to have used obvious political bias as a means of criticizing people who have demonstrated an ability to do what "some" have never been been able to approach being even remotely able to do.

 

Gee - could some form of jealousy possibly have been an accompanying emotion that may have added to that unattractive political bias?

 

Sure seems like it...

 

A.P....I don't think the Conservatives here appreciated De Niro exercising his right to free speech, do you?  But they weren't troubled by Roseanne Barr's?  One was a curse word; the other was clearly racist.....hmmm.....telling.....


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I'll bail out of the racism discussion in this topic.  I was just pointing out the Eastwood movie.

 


The thought applies to many of the many other threads pushing the idea.  The Eastwood topic does drive home what many of the silent majority already knows.

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No, it's "alive" because we have many racists in this country.  Many adults believe mature discussions can be used to resolve most problems, especially those when perception and ignorance is the key root causes..


And there are those who have seen where too much emphasis on differences in race, ethnic and other differences can cause more awareness of being different.  Oh dear.  We wouldn't want any more awareness now, would we? But out of respect to kidboy, I'll bail out of the racism discussion in this topic.  I was just pointing out the Eastwood movie.

 


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Tx posted..

Of course the topic isn't about racism, but we should wonder why so many posts from an individual on the topic. Even taking this off from another topic. Would it be that the individual has been personally affected by the topic?

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It seems that on this board we have a poster or two that like to stir the race issue.

In fact there is a current thread that is about race .."Re: Why are Whites So Defensive Discussing Racism".just a thread that does nothing to help the race problem in our country but meant to stir that nasty pot.

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DeNiro showed he is just another potty mouthed actor that hate Trump ... so typical of the hate on the left. Very sad for our great country.

Its the action of people like De.Niro that could well lead to another four years of Trump.

What's sad is that we have people condoning his behavior...doing that they show they also lack class .

LMAO!  Yep, I did it again.  Laughed at those who condone the garbage mouth AND behavior, of their President and "elected official" and whine about the words of an actor.  The hypocrisy is astonishing.....

 

And some wonder why some whine about th LOL'ing and LMAO'ing.  How about "thinking" for a change?


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No, it's "alive" because we have many racists in this country.  Many adults believe mature discussions can be used to resolve most problems, especially those when perception and ignorance is the key root causes..


And there are those who have seen where too much emphasis on differences in race, ethnic and other differences can cause more awareness of being different.  There are those who has experienced that emphasis where it has actually destroyed the cohesiveness of a group.

 

Of course the topic isn't about racism, but we should wonder why so many posts from an individual on the topic.  Even taking this off from another topic.  Would it be that the individual has been personally affected by the topic?

 

I would believe that Walt's problem was that he saw his neighborhood being taken over by foreigners and it disturbed him because of his past experience with Asians.  But he found they were decent people.  That's the secret to combating racism...

 

 

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@alferdpacker wrote:


thats a hoot. probaly his most famous role was as Travis Bickle. DIdnt see any pols asking for that charactor to campaign with them. 


They can role play all they want in acting, but that doesn't make them experts to be outspoken in real life.  Save the acting for the screen or Broadway.


Had the entire post been read and fully comprehended - it would have been unmistakably obvious that what was was quoted was by Mlseker - but due to what could have been animus - it was misattributed to alferdpacker.

 

Interesting that "some" appear to have used obvious political bias as a means of criticizing people who have demonstrated an ability to do what "some" have never been been able to approach being even remotely able to do.

 

Gee - could some form of jealousy possibly have been an accompanying emotion that may have added to that unattractive political bias?

 

Sure seems like it...

 

 

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