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post #4696 of 8748
Maybe a train will hit trump and we'll all be saved. Cruz would step up, and Hillary will be president. Next everyone will have the mark of the beast stamped on the back of the hand or on the forehead, and those who refuse will be hunted down and murdered (Hillary knows best). The world has a great future. Then God will judge the fools who took the mark of the beast and shove them thru the gates of hell. Now the earth will be free of fools and peace shall rein.

It's not all doom.
post #4697 of 8748
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Originally Posted by wojt View Post

if you elect someone president who is not politically correct, I'd wager you normalize it to a degree. IMO POTUS is most important cultural figure in the world and what he embodies affects not only politics in USA but in the entire westernized world. I think world needs an asshole, it would be better if it was somebody more normal and nuanced than Trump. But hey if alternative is HRC you don't risk that much tbh.

The national government doesn't really do that much to push what gets called "PC" these days. This stuff is coming from within the culture itself. It's parents, local school systems, gutless corporations who pander to any outrage. It's not even a left wing thing, the Christian right does it all the time (see: the war on Christmas and dumb bullshit like Starbucks cups). The way out is for people to stop reacting to the outrage machine, and that kind of stuff isn't going to get tamped down by Trump the Uber Troll.


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IMO POTUS is most important cultural figure in the world and what he embodies affects not only politics in USA but in the entire westernized world.

This is interesting, because it's a succinct summary of why I'd never, ever vote for Trump.
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I'm just sitting here waiting for Medwed to tell me what kind of liberal he thinks I am because I have never been accused of being one, so I'm curious to know his well reasoned position.

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Don't feel bad I got called a yuppie once

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I'm just sitting here waiting for Medwed to tell me what kind of liberal he thinks I am because I have never been accused of being one, so I'm curious to know his well reasoned position.

I don't think memes or movie quotes can explain that, so you might be waiting a while.
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Don't feel bad I got called a yuppie once

You should demand an apology as a Gold Star member of California sandals brigade.
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Don't feel bad I got called a yuppie once

Did you laugh and show this person your union card?
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Don't feel bad I got called a yuppie once

Did you laugh and show this person your union card?


Actually I just flat handed him in the chest .He threatened to call the police but changed his mind after I offered my phone . He had let loose  a farmer blow that landed on my wife.

 When she said WTF he called her a bitch. I just told him to chill out and thats when he used "Y" word on me :slapfight:

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http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2016/08/03/ann-coulter-khizr-khan/
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If the U.S. Constitution required us to admit more than 100,000 Muslims a year — as we do — we’d already be living in Pakistan, and Khan wouldn’t have had to move to get that nice feeling of home. So the “argument” part of Khan’s point is gibberish.

Luckily, Khan had Part Two: His son died in Iraq, whereas Donald Trump does not have a son who died in Iraq, so he can’t say anything.

Yes, a candidate for president of the United States is supposed to be prohibited from discussing a dangerous immigration program because Khan’s son was one of fourteen (14!) Muslim servicemen killed by other Muslims in our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. That’s why we’re obligated to import yet more Muslims – including, undoubtedly, some just like the ones who killed his son. Q.E.D.!

If you think that doesn’t make any sense, keep your yap shut, unless you lost a child in Iraq, too.

There were virtually no Muslims in America before Teddy Kennedy’s 1965 immigration act. Today, we admit more immigrants from Muslim countries than from Great Britain.

Are Americans allowed to have an opinion on whether that’s a good idea?

So far, it’s worked out great!

In addition to the sudden appearance of honor killings, clitorectomies, hijabs and massive government frauds, Muslim immigrants have given us: The most devastating terrorist attack in world history, followed by terrorist attacks at Fort Hood, the Boston Marathon, a military recruiting center in Chattanooga, Times Square, Vaughan Foods in Oklahoma, San Bernardino and an Orlando nightclub, among other places.

We’ve admitted 2 million Muslims just since 9/11 – that’s more than had been admitted before 9/11. If we don’t make it 3 million, we’re monsters? May we ask how many Muslims Khan’s mystery Constitution requires — or is that out of bounds unless we had a child who died in Iraq?
post #4705 of 8748
lol the delegation of stupidity is amusing. Coulter is a huge alarmist, never mind the wrong statements in that piece
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People take Ann coulter seriously?
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Does the world really look that way to her or is she just the conservative version of the old yippies

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I'm 95% sure that Coulter is a gimmick. So many of her positions seem calculated to outrage liberals. She only really does the scripted rant thing well, she pretty much falls apart in a live argument.
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I think some of her persona is idd calculated to troll people, but you gotta give her she's intelligent and she has political, sense I know I posted this before but it's worth posting again because she is in that 1% that predicated Trump.
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lol the delegation of stupidity is amusing. Coulter is a huge alarmist, never mind the wrong statements in that piece

Yeah, pointing out facts about how many people have been needlessly slaughtered is alarmist. When one of these refugees or their offspring detonates a suicide vest at an airport or parade, we can hear about how it's "homegrown" terror. You know, just like Orlando. After all, the shooter was born here. The fact that his father came from Afghanistan isn't relevant (unless you're an alarmist).
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