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The bottom line here is that if the reader cannot figure out the context of the word "racist" they should stop reading.

 

When used on this site and in reference to Donald Trump, it has the following meaning.

"a person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another."

 

Does that help?

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@sp362wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

@sp362wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

@Centristsin2010wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

 

But, just to make this constructive criticism, instead of saying, "racist," liberals should substitute the relevant parts of the definitions or "racism" and "race" into their speech, i.e., one of the 55 different combinations given above.  Fat chance, but  I fulfilled my moral obligation to make my criticism constructive. 

 

Au contraire.....you fulfilled your obligation to let others know that like many Conservatives posting here, the term "racist" confuses you.  Yes, it's very telling that YOU need to know which definition applies.


 


It's very telling that you don't need to know what you are talking about. 


What's very telling is that you are taking broad generalizations and assuming you are correct.  In another thread you talked about the large number of Mexican beggars (among other things).  Did you ever stop and ask them what their nationality was or whether or not they were actually Citizens?  How wold you know what they were?

 

Two thoughts come to my mind "There are none so blind as those who will not see"  and another one from Forest Gump that I can't post here.


Acute schizophrenics see things that aren't there.


I would agree with that statement.  Some of them also consider themselves to be far more intelligent than they actually are.


You ought to know.


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@aruzinskywrote:

@sp362wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

@sp362wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

@Centristsin2010wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

 

But, just to make this constructive criticism, instead of saying, "racist," liberals should substitute the relevant parts of the definitions or "racism" and "race" into their speech, i.e., one of the 55 different combinations given above.  Fat chance, but  I fulfilled my moral obligation to make my criticism constructive. 

 

Au contraire.....you fulfilled your obligation to let others know that like many Conservatives posting here, the term "racist" confuses you.  Yes, it's very telling that YOU need to know which definition applies.


 


It's very telling that you don't need to know what you are talking about. 


What's very telling is that you are taking broad generalizations and assuming you are correct.  In another thread you talked about the large number of Mexican beggars (among other things).  Did you ever stop and ask them what their nationality was or whether or not they were actually Citizens?  How wold you know what they were?

 

Two thoughts come to my mind "There are none so blind as those who will not see"  and another one from Forest Gump that I can't post here.


Acute schizophrenics see things that aren't there.


I would agree with that statement.  Some of them also consider themselves to be far more intelligent than they actually are.


You ought to know.

 

What, "same to you but more of it" was too verbose?  Grow up.


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@aruzinskywrote:

@Centristsin2010wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

 

But, just to make this constructive criticism, instead of saying, "racist," liberals should substitute the relevant parts of the definitions or "racism" and "race" into their speech, i.e., one of the 55 different combinations given above.  Fat chance, but  I fulfilled my moral obligation to make my criticism constructive. 

 

Au contraire.....you fulfilled your obligation to let others know that like many Conservatives posting here, the term "racist" confuses you.  Yes, it's very telling that YOU need to know which definition applies.


 


It's very telling that you don't need to know what you are talking about. 


You're right!  I don't need to know, because I already do know.  It's telling one claims only Liberals "need" to define the term each time they use the word.  Bigot sounds about right.


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@Centristsin2010wrote:

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Regardless of whether you defined me as part of a smaller group, in fact, I am part of a smaller group.  

 

"Again compare the comment you posted to your own definitions and you tell me how what you posted does not qualify as a racist statement."

 

I am innocent until proven guilty.

 

Public opinion matters....you are NOT in front of a jury; but many judges.  "Guilty as charged".


 


Public opinion matters....you are NOT in front of a jury; but many judges. "Not guilty by reason of insanity".  

You are getting sleepy.
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@Centristsin2010wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

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Regardless of whether you defined me as part of a smaller group, in fact, I am part of a smaller group.  

 

"Again compare the comment you posted to your own definitions and you tell me how what you posted does not qualify as a racist statement."

 

I am innocent until proven guilty.

 

Public opinion matters....you are NOT in front of a jury; but many judges.  "Guilty as charged".


 Yep - no doubt - guilty.

 


 

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@aruzinskywrote:

@sp362wrote:




Regardless of whether you defined me as part of a smaller group, in fact, I am part of a smaller group.  

 

"Again compare the comment you posted to your own definitions and you tell me how what you posted does not qualify as a racist statement."

 

I am innocent until proven guilty.

 

Public opinion matters....you are NOT in front of a jury; but many judges.  "Guilty as charged".


 


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@aruzinskywrote:

The word "racist" has, at least, 22 different meanings: 

 

rac·ist

noun

1.
A. a person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races.
B. a person who believes that a particular race is superior to another.

 

adjective

noun: racist; plural noun: racists; adjective: racist

1.
A. showing or feeling discrimination or prejudice against people of other races.
B. believing that a particular race is superior to another.

 

Definition of race

1 : a breeding stock of animals

2 a : (i) a family, (ii) tribe, (iii) people, or (iv) nation belonging to the same stock

b : a class or kind of people unified by (i) shared interests, (ii) habits, or (iii) characteristics

3 a : (i) an actually or potentially interbreeding group within a species; (ii) a taxonomic category (such as a subspecies) representing such a group

b : breed

c : a category of humankind that shares certain distinctive physical traits

4 obsolete : inherited temperament or disposition

5 : distinctive flavor, taste, or strength

 

Liberals not only pretend to know what was on the accused's mind but, also pretend that the audience's interpretation of race coincides with the accused, which may or not be 1.A. or 1.B. in combination with 2. a.(i)(ii)(iii)(iv), 2. b.(i)(ii)(iii), 3. a.(i)(ii), 3. b., or 3. c.. (22 different combinations) Thus, every liberal, who uses the word "racist" as a catch phrase and fails to disambiguate the word, is producing fake news.

 

But, just to make this constructive criticism, instead of saying, "racist," liberals should substitute the relevant parts of the definitions or "racism" and "race" into their speech, i.e., one of the 22 different combinations given above.  Fat chance, but  I fulfilled my moral obligation to make my criticism constructive. 

 


ok. ill stick with nai and fascist. that will make it easy on you.

So it begins.
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@sp362wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

@sp362wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

@Centristsin2010wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

 

But, just to make this constructive criticism, instead of saying, "racist," liberals should substitute the relevant parts of the definitions or "racism" and "race" into their speech, i.e., one of the 55 different combinations given above.  Fat chance, but  I fulfilled my moral obligation to make my criticism constructive. 

 

Au contraire.....you fulfilled your obligation to let others know that like many Conservatives posting here, the term "racist" confuses you.  Yes, it's very telling that YOU need to know which definition applies.


 


It's very telling that you don't need to know what you are talking about. 


What's very telling is that you are taking broad generalizations and assuming you are correct.  In another thread you talked about the large number of Mexican beggars (among other things).  Did you ever stop and ask them what their nationality was or whether or not they were actually Citizens?  How wold you know what they were?

 

Two thoughts come to my mind "There are none so blind as those who will not see"  and another one from Forest Gump that I can't post here.


Acute schizophrenics see things that aren't there.


I would agree with that statement.  Some of them also consider themselves to be far more intelligent than they actually are.


You ought to know.

You are getting sleepy.
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@aruzinskywrote:

@sp362wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

@Centristsin2010wrote:

@aruzinskywrote:

 

But, just to make this constructive criticism, instead of saying, "racist," liberals should substitute the relevant parts of the definitions or "racism" and "race" into their speech, i.e., one of the 55 different combinations given above.  Fat chance, but  I fulfilled my moral obligation to make my criticism constructive. 

 

Au contraire.....you fulfilled your obligation to let others know that like many Conservatives posting here, the term "racist" confuses you.  Yes, it's very telling that YOU need to know which definition applies.


 


It's very telling that you don't need to know what you are talking about. 


What's very telling is that you are taking broad generalizations and assuming you are correct.  In another thread you talked about the large number of Mexican beggars (among other things).  Did you ever stop and ask them what their nationality was or whether or not they were actually Citizens?  How wold you know what they were?

 

Two thoughts come to my mind "There are none so blind as those who will not see"  and another one from Forest Gump that I can't post here.


Acute schizophrenics see things that aren't there.


I would agree with that statement.  Some of them also consider themselves to be far more intelligent than they actually are.

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Many words have multiple meanings.  One has to be sharp enough to understand the context in which they are used. 

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