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Thread started 03/14/17 8:02am

2freaky4church
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Steve King, dirty racist.

This guy is buggin:

Common culture? No democracy has a common culture. Cultural diversity is key to a workable society. Shame on Tucker. Vote this bastard out now.

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Reply #1 posted 03/14/17 8:06am

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He'll have excusers and defenders on here

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Reply #2 posted 03/14/17 8:29am

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I will mock them.

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Reply #3 posted 03/14/17 8:45am

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Reply #4 posted 03/14/17 8:51am

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Reply #5 posted 03/14/17 9:01am

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But anyone or any group that moves into ANY nation they ought to accept that nation as it is and not try to force their systems or beliefs or demand that they get their beliefs respected to the point when anyone loses their freedoms.

So a person can not insist that no one be allowed to put a ham sandwich in the common refrigerator... or to being any such foods for lunch or that they not be sold in the cafeteria...

Even if it is something like a nut allergy!

on the other hand, if you work someplace that has a policy that you can not bring certain foods in that is the right of your bosses (assuming it is not a government job)

So a person from any background (especially anyone seeking refugee or asylum) should be asked to follow that standard that they will accept that they may have to tolerate the presence of things they do not like.

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Reply #6 posted 03/14/17 9:06am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

But anyone or any group that moves into ANY nation they ought to accept that nation as it is and not try to force their systems or beliefs or demand that they get their beliefs respected to the point when anyone loses their freedoms.

So a person can not insist that no one be allowed to put a ham sandwich in the common refrigerator... or to being any such foods for lunch or that they not be sold in the cafeteria...

Even if it is something like a nut allergy!

on the other hand, if you work someplace that has a policy that you can not bring certain foods in that is the right of your bosses (assuming it is not a government job)

So a person from any background (especially anyone seeking refugee or asylum) should be asked to follow that standard that they will accept that they may have to tolerate the presence of things they do not like.

Is there a Google translation of this available ?? ...I only speak and understand SANITY .

(And I did say you would see the "excusers" and "explainers" rear theur heads ....)

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Reply #7 posted 03/14/17 9:18am

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A "melting pot" needs multi-culturalism with a good mix of race and religion. All who believe in our core values of freedom, individualism & equality are welcome and make us stronger.



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Reply #8 posted 03/14/17 9:20am

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jjhunsecker said:

He'll have excusers and defenders on here

I would say given how some persons from some backgrounds have moved into a nation that is trying to give them a better life and they can not accept the host nation's culture and insist it change for them, that there is not only a contradictory element to defend such demands but it is also aginst the self-interest of the main ones saying we should welcome them with open arms.

We all KNOW that in some of the home nations that there are great human rights violations. Woman are seen as objects and gay men are executed and girl are often sexually mutilated.

So if you can not admit there are issues that need to be addressed with any immigrants from any nation...

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Reply #9 posted 03/14/17 9:24am

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jjhunsecker said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

But anyone or any group that moves into ANY nation they ought to accept that nation as it is and not try to force their systems or beliefs or demand that they get their beliefs respected to the point when anyone loses their freedoms.

So a person can not insist that no one be allowed to put a ham sandwich in the common refrigerator... or to being any such foods for lunch or that they not be sold in the cafeteria...

Even if it is something like a nut allergy!

on the other hand, if you work someplace that has a policy that you can not bring certain foods in that is the right of your bosses (assuming it is not a government job)

So a person from any background (especially anyone seeking refugee or asylum) should be asked to follow that standard that they will accept that they may have to tolerate the presence of things they do not like.

Is there a Google translation of this available ?? ...I only speak and understand SANITY .

(And I did say you would see the "excusers" and "explainers" rear theur heads ....)

that when someone moves to a new nation they are obligated to accept the nation and its culture as it is.

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Reply #10 posted 03/14/17 9:33am

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jjhunsecker said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

But anyone or any group that moves into ANY nation they ought to accept that nation as it is and not try to force their systems or beliefs or demand that they get their beliefs respected to the point when anyone loses their freedoms.

So a person can not insist that no one be allowed to put a ham sandwich in the common refrigerator... or to being any such foods for lunch or that they not be sold in the cafeteria...

Even if it is something like a nut allergy!

on the other hand, if you work someplace that has a policy that you can not bring certain foods in that is the right of your bosses (assuming it is not a government job)

So a person from any background (especially anyone seeking refugee or asylum) should be asked to follow that standard that they will accept that they may have to tolerate the presence of things they do not like.

Is there a Google translation of this available ?? ...I only speak and understand SANITY .

(And I did say you would see the "excusers" and "explainers" rear theur heads ....)

and do you think it is okay for a person to be allowed to move into a better country and then demand that country change to be more like the place the left?

it is a special kind of denial to not see that some have done just that.

now with Muslims, there may be an illusionary correlation effect but the fact is some immagrents/refugees from Muslim nations or backgrounds do commit horrific acts that they and some of the host government leaders excuse as "their culture" and tell the native born cities to change their behavior as to not incite.

Now advice as to how not make yourself a target is fine as long as to address the perpetrators acts as well.

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Reply #11 posted 03/14/17 9:34am

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djThunderfunk said:

A "melting pot" needs multi-culturalism with a good mix of race and religion. All who believe in our core values of freedom, individualism & equality are welcome and make us stronger.



as long as those that come do not victimize others as part of their systems or culture or faith.

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Reply #12 posted 03/14/17 9:41am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

jjhunsecker said:

Is there a Google translation of this available ?? ...I only speak and understand SANITY .

(And I did say you would see the "excusers" and "explainers" rear theur heads ....)

that when someone moves to a new nation they are obligated to accept the nation and its culture as it is.

I think most people do...there are some that try to exaggerate these differences from the new immigrants, to single them out. And if some want to keep their absurd religious beliefs , that's fine by me (as long as they are not comitting any crimes)...We have "native" Americans here already with their own ridiculous religious beliefs

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Reply #13 posted 03/14/17 9:51am

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jjhunsecker said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

that when someone moves to a new nation they are obligated to accept the nation and its culture as it is.

I think most people do...there are some that try to exaggerate these differences from the new immigrants, to single them out. And if some want to keep their absurd religious beliefs , that's fine by me (as long as they are not comitting any crimes)...We have "native" Americans here already with their own ridiculous religious beliefs

I am sure most do, just like most gun owners never use their gun in a crime. But that is not a reason to ignore those that do.

what seems to be happening is some people think that if we appease people that they will leave us alone, or that it is somehow an insult to say that some do bad things.

Like with many issues there needs to be a balance. Pretending there is NO risk is not a balance.

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Reply #14 posted 03/14/17 1:40pm

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You were on another thread arguing that religious people in the US should have say in governence. So which is it? All religions have say or government out of religion? Same rules should apply to all, not weighted to favor those who came before.

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Reply #15 posted 03/14/17 2:01pm

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purplepoppy said:

You were on another thread arguing that religious people in the US should have say in governence. So which is it? All religions have say or government out of religion? Same rules should apply to all, not weighted to favor those who came before.

any person from any country and of any faith who is eligible and becomes a government official would have the same rights as any other person to allow their faith to influence how they govern.

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Reply #16 posted 03/14/17 3:23pm

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Blacks and Hispanics are going to go after each other and overtake whites; yea, he said that:

http://www.huffingtonpost...c669a05ba?

What common culture? I go to church, many do not. I don't hunt, some do. I bowl, some play baseball. Some can sing, some can't. Some paint, some do not. duh.

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Reply #17 posted 03/14/17 3:24pm

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There has never been equal rights ever.

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