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Centristsin2010 wrote:

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For awhile we had constant updates of all the "victims" shot by the police including those shot while shooting at the police.

 

And now a new one - "This Week in Hate".

 

The anti-American hatred just rolls on for some.


All the HATE is coming from the left...  Must be a miserable existence.

 


Is that all the Right has? Can't discount the stuff listed that was hate from the Right posted in this topic?


You're right Chas.  When one's head is in the sand, they don't hear about all the anti-Semite threats and attacks and the killing of the foreigners in a bar in KC by a Conservative whitie.  Conveniently, they don't consider those acts "HATE".  They call them, "Great Americans".


"a Conservative whitie" - really? Was this dude a fan of Barry Goldwater or possibly Adam Smith?

 

And who does not think of violence done on another to be "hate". It certainly isn't "love".

 

Finally, can you cite an example of some violence being attributed to "Great Americans" or was that just more of that ...... what is the term........ oh yeah, ad hominem attacks.

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Centristsin2010 wrote:

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For awhile we had constant updates of all the "victims" shot by the police including those shot while shooting at the police.

 

And now a new one - "This Week in Hate".

 

The anti-American hatred just rolls on for some.


I'm saddened to read one claims cops killing innocent people, the President being a mysogenist, a racist and xenophobe, all while fighting to widen the income gap, is "American."  I believe most REAL Americans think otherwise.  But shoot, maybe I'm wrong.


Interesting - the changes in our economy have been going on since at least the Carter Administration but now it has something to do with President Trump and "This Week in Hate".

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I sure hope they catch that left wing radical that defaced that school by spray painting the sort of nonsense that some of our more radical posters post every day.

 

More of the usual ad hominem attacks of those who may disagree with a Conservative.  No one has been arrested yet and at least one Conservative "knows" they're a left wing radical.  Sadly, this is the assumption they often make, like the rioting at Berkley.  Apparently a few don't understand that Trump brought out the hate in many, including those "radical right-wing" anti-Semites and white supremacists.  By there are also many Independents, as well as moderate Repubs that hate what they see happening in our government.


Ah yes, "ad hominem attacks" - the "phrase du jour". And, I am not a fan of those who defaced that school so I believe that "ad hominem attacks" could well be thought appropriate.

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ChasKy53 wrote:

jimc91 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

For awhile we had constant updates of all the "victims" shot by the police including those shot while shooting at the police.

 

And now a new one - "This Week in Hate".

 

The anti-American hatred just rolls on for some.


All the HATE is coming from the left...  Must be a miserable existence.

 


Is that all the Right has? Can't discount the stuff listed that was hate from the Right posted in this topic?


You're right Chas.  When one's head is in the sand, they don't hear about all the anti-Semite threats and attacks and the killing of the foreigners in a bar in KC by a Conservative whitie.  Conveniently, they don't consider those acts "HATE".  They call them, "Great Americans".


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in Washington DC, January 21, 2017.
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rk9152 wrote:

For awhile we had constant updates of all the "victims" shot by the police including those shot while shooting at the police.

 

And now a new one - "This Week in Hate".

 

The anti-American hatred just rolls on for some.


I'm saddened to read one claims cops killing innocent people, the President being a mysogenist, a racist and xenophobe, all while fighting to widen the income gap, is "American."  I believe most REAL Americans think otherwise.  But shoot, maybe I'm wrong.


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in Washington DC, January 21, 2017.
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rk9152 wrote:


I sure hope they catch that left wing radical that defaced that school by spray painting the sort of nonsense that some of our more radical posters post every day.

 

More of the usual ad hominem attacks of those who may disagree with a Conservative.  No one has been arrested yet and at least one Conservative "knows" they're a left wing radical.  Sadly, this is the assumption they often make, like the rioting at Berkley.  Apparently a few don't understand that Trump brought out the hate in many, including those "radical right-wing" anti-Semites and white supremacists.  By there are also many Independents, as well as moderate Repubs that hate what they see happening in our government.


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in Washington DC, January 21, 2017.
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It is amazing what happens when pure hatred is spewed from the top.  Those others so inclined, suddenly feel that they can now freely unleash their senseless bigotry and irrational fears on others.  These people believe it is true when they hear over and  over that Muslims are a threat-never stopping to think rationally about the situation, but,rather, parroting the illicit information and letting the hate boiler over.  The result is  what can be read in this article.  

Thanks for article--sadly anyone who thinks this is even remotely ok, has fallen into the abyss and is beyond hope, at least in the near future 

Gee, I miss having a real President!!
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jimc91 wrote:

rk9152 wrote:

For awhile we had constant updates of all the "victims" shot by the police including those shot while shooting at the police.

 

And now a new one - "This Week in Hate".

 

The anti-American hatred just rolls on for some.


All the HATE is coming from the left...  Must be a miserable existence.

 


Is that all the Right has? Can't discount the stuff listed that was hate from the Right posted in this topic?


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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rk9152 wrote:

For awhile we had constant updates of all the "victims" shot by the police including those shot while shooting at the police.

 

And now a new one - "This Week in Hate".

 

The anti-American hatred just rolls on for some.


All the HATE is coming from the left...  Must be a miserable existence.

 

 

 

 

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None of that has to do with the plight of those so overwhelmed by the last election that they are in a state of permanent negativity.


Eight years seems a lot closer to being "permanent" than 50 days or so does.


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