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@williamb39198 wrote:

So child abuse is more civil than a disruption of dinner. Or the kkk and nazis are more civil than the women’s march...sure sounds like trump talking points being spoken here!


Those are entirely normal and politically orthodox sort of skewed priorities and evasive disingenuities for those on the unpatriotic and un-American right who in the opinions of the majority of American Citizens - appear to -

 

support trump

 

ignore his treason at Helsinki -

 

encourage the seating of a perjurious, unfit, and plainly dishonest judge on the Supreme Court.

 

It used to be that one American life was worth much - but not with the cowardly lying orange toad, who places profit before American Lives...

 

Are those who support trump performing all manner of dogwhistling and other forms of disingenuity - in favor of racial bias - misogyny and sexist discrimination - crooked judges - and trump's obvious intent to negate critically important portions of the Constitution?

 

Sure has every appearance of being that way.

 

What's an honest, honorable, morally and ethically upstanding Patriotic American Citizen supposed to do - but speak out - and whenever possible - lawfully act against such obvious un-American thought, speech, and behavior?

 

Should a for real, bona fide, patriotic American Citizen be civil to those who appear to be speaking and acting pro-trump, pro-repugnicant party and against the long term best interests of the United States of America, and the People who constitute the United States of America?

 

Not a snowball's chance in Hades.

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It appears that the solution to antifa attacking people and property, Waters sending her supporters out to harass pols, pussyhatters cheering the idea of blowing up the WH, Dem activists disrupting the Congress, and people attacked for wearing Trump t-shirts is to get rid of the Constitution.

 

Sounds like a plan - a neoMarxist plan.


"Antifa attacking people and property", huh? You failed to mention that no one was killed, like the trump supporting KKK guy killed and woman and injured over a dozen people by purposely running his vehicle into them at the KKK rally in C'ville

 

You failed to mention that Waters' supporters never injured or killed anyone, like the right wing KKK guy I mentioned above.

 

You failed to mention that "pussyhatters" never hurt anyone, that the "Dem activists disrupting Congress" never hurt anyone and that you don't support their right to free speech but choose to support the KKK's right to gather and spew their hate speech, promoting violence.

 

You make a totally false claim about any of those people suggesting or wanting to "get rid of the constitution".

 

And ............. there ya' go again with your repeated false, disingenuous "neoMarxist" statement.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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So child abuse is more civil than a disruption of dinner. Or the kkk and nazis are more civil than the women’s march...sure sounds like trump talking points being spoken here!

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It’s not going to work with people that can think for themselves, when you try to turn non violent demonstrations into a false facade of violent acts. Turning reality into a whimsical political talking point that has no basis in fact. 

Oh yeah, how about the 5 year old that signed her rights away because they told her to do it in court without legal representation, you know that adults exerting immoral control over children is also known as child abuse! Do you care?


I do not know what your "Oh yeah" thing about the kid has to do with this but do you approve of harassing people eating dinner with their families?

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@rk9152 wrote:

@LydiaN586309 wrote:

@Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:   It appears that the solution to antifa attacking people and property, Waters sending her supporters out to harass pols, pussyhatters cheering the idea of blowing up the WH, Dem activists disrupting the Congress, and people attacked for wearing Trump t-shirts is to get rid of the Constitution.

 

 

Conservatives love being victims, it's in their DNA.

 

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When it comes to conservatives, I think they have all of the boxes checked.  That way they cover all the bases and have more than enough blame to go around.


Another inability to deal with the truth offered.

 

Another instance of pettiness as an alternative to logic.


Sorry rk, but lil donny has pushed every button on the card, and even added another - the Federal Reserve, who he just made responsible for the disasterous crash of the economy due to his Trade Wars and fiscal irresponsibility.


What has this "lil donny" fantasy of yours and the Fed and trade wars to do with, "It appears that the solution to antifa attacking people and property, Waters sending her supporters out to harass pols, pussyhatters cheering the idea of blowing up the WH, Dem activists disrupting the Congress, and people attacked for wearing Trump t-shirts is to get rid of the Constitution'?

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Here is your "free speech" (Dems version) in action:

 

If people are breaking the law arrest them.

 

If they're not breaking the law, they're not breaking the law.

 

Perhaps you, like Trump, would like to change the laws to do what?

 

Strip the right to protest from the Constitution, do away with the free press, allow billionaire politicians to go after people with lawsuits when they protest against them?

 

Maybe we could allow people to protest all they want, from their cell, in solitary confinement.

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@rk9152

It’s not going to work with people that can think for themselves, when you try to turn non violent demonstrations into a false facade of violent acts. Turning reality into a whimsical political talking point that has no basis in fact. 

Oh yeah, how about the 5 year old that signed her rights away because they told her to do it in court without legal representation, you know that adults exerting immoral control over children is also known as child abuse! Do you care?

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@rk9152 wrote:

@LydiaN586309 wrote:

@Panjandrum wrote:

rk9152:   It appears that the solution to antifa attacking people and property, Waters sending her supporters out to harass pols, pussyhatters cheering the idea of blowing up the WH, Dem activists disrupting the Congress, and people attacked for wearing Trump t-shirts is to get rid of the Constitution.

 

 

Conservatives love being victims, it's in their DNA.

 

DdDQvjkV0AAeBVt.jpg


When it comes to conservatives, I think they have all of the boxes checked.  That way they cover all the bases and have more than enough blame to go around.


Another inability to deal with the truth offered.

 

Another instance of pettiness as an alternative to logic.


Sorry rk, but lil donny has pushed every button on the card, and even added another - the Federal Reserve, who he just made responsible for the disasterous crash of the economy due to his Trade Wars and fiscal irresponsibility.

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You would prefer to take kids from parents, then jail them.

Maybe you should check out the law. When CITIZENS get jailed, the child goes to child services.

Let a few hundred die from lack of support in Puerto Rico.

Maybe you should lead the left to have no corruption in electric utilities in PR.  Also, did you notice that they are an island? Support is not too easy when you're an island.

Or support the actions of the nazis or kkk. 

 

The left started the KKK and still runs it.

Those pussyhats were pretty violent weren’t they? Or the protesters in the Congressional building were a violent bunch weren’t they?

The leftist that shot Steve Scalise was pretty violent, don't ya think? Maybe some leftists will get killed next if you keep it up!


 

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Facts? Are these “violent” acts that you are referencing, or presenting as being violent? If so, how many people were seriously injured or died?

Or are the only casualties the trump repubs who have gotten their egos bruised because we don’t believe their lies or total lack of compassion. 


Do you approve the pussyhatters cheering the idea of the WH being bombed?

 

How about this - violent enough for you:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUsvF_eHBdA

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