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Reply #180 posted 06/15/17 9:26am

purplepoppy

OnlyNDaUsa said:

jjhunsecker said:

This is NOT what you said. You said the DNC exchainged chains (which was used on Black slaves) for Checks , clearly implying that it the same people being "enslaved". Are you not intelligent enough to understand your own posts ? Or are you trying to wriggle out of the implications of what you actually said, and most likely believe ?

since you want to put me down i will just say you are not intelligent to understand the comparison.

The person in chains is being controlled by the chains and finds it difficult to get out of that situation and is stuck there along with their kids and so on....

The person getting the checks (all forms of assistance) is being controlled by the checks and finds it difficult to get out of that situation and is stuck there along with their kids and so on....


Chains and checks were just incidental words you used to prove a larger point? Hogwash.


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Reply #181 posted 06/15/17 9:26am

OnlyNDaUsa

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purplepoppy said:

jjhunsecker said:

This is NOT what you said. You said the DNC exchainged chains (which was used on Black slaves) for Checks , clearly implying that it the same people being "enslaved". Are you not intelligent enough to understand your own posts ? Or are you trying to wriggle out of the implications of what you actually said, and most likely believe ?

Exactly. He was probably pleased to roll that one out. Now it's about something else.

Wrong! it is cute you're all mad! I suppose i was reported. I trust the mods will understand the basic comparison.

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Reply #182 posted 06/15/17 9:38am

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purplepoppy said:

jjhunsecker said:

This is NOT what you said. You said the DNC exchainged chains (which was used on Black slaves) for Checks , clearly implying that it the same people being "enslaved". Are you not intelligent enough to understand your own posts ? Or are you trying to wriggle out of the implications of what you actually said, and most likely believe ?

Exactly. He was probably pleased to roll that one out. Now it's about something else.

He's trying to change the tune...but we all heard the original version , loud and clear

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Reply #183 posted 06/15/17 9:44am

OnlyNDaUsa

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jjhunsecker said:

purplepoppy said:

Exactly. He was probably pleased to roll that one out. Now it's about something else.

He's trying to change the tune...but we all heard the original version , loud and clear

you read it and misinterpreted it based in part on what you assume my race to be.

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Reply #184 posted 06/15/17 9:46am

purplepoppy

OnlyNDaUsa said:

purplepoppy said:

Exactly. He was probably pleased to roll that one out. Now it's about something else.

Wrong! it is cute you're all mad! I suppose i was reported. I trust the mods will understand the basic comparison.

No. I mostly save those up when you inject your definitions of rape or women's reproductive rights into any random thread.

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Reply #185 posted 06/15/17 9:51am

OnlyNDaUsa

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purplepoppy said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Wrong! it is cute you're all mad! I suppose i was reported. I trust the mods will understand the basic comparison.

No. I mostly save those up when you inject your definitions of rape or women's reproductive rights into any random thread.

i did not define rape here ever as far as i can recall and i know what you mean but i did not do that then either. unless you are going to say that no woman ever made up a false rape claim then you have no point to make when I say it happens.

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Reply #186 posted 06/15/17 9:59am

Dasein

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It just hit me! Why do the Dems want to remove these symbols? They are almost ALL Democrats!

My conclusion is they want to remove the history because they know that it is a satin on the DNC. Get rid of the symbols and they twist history such that people forget the true nature of the DNC!


The DNC is just the same: all about control and power. And they get the pawns to do the work. But make no mistake the party of slavery and the KKK still has the same agenda... they've just swapped chains with checks.


In these comments, you explicity assert the following:

Members of the Democratic Party today, in 2017, wish to remove Confederate symbols because
they are embarrassed that the Democratic Party during the Civil War period featured many Con-
federates as it was the "party of slavery and the KKK." You then explicitly state that the
"true nature" of the Democratic Party remains intact today: it's the party of slavery and the KKK,
despite changing how its desires and plans to subjugate Black Americans has changed.

This is a colossal error on your part as the parallels between the Democratic Party of the Civil War
period with today is inexact, and now you are most disingenuously trying to moonwalk your way
out it.


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Reply #187 posted 06/15/17 10:02am

OnlyNDaUsa

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Dasein said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

It just hit me! Why do the Dems want to remove these symbols? They are almost ALL Democrats!

My conclusion is they want to remove the history because they know that it is a satin on the DNC. Get rid of the symbols and they twist history such that people forget the true nature of the DNC!


The DNC is just the same: all about control and power. And they get the pawns to do the work. But make no mistake the party of slavery and the KKK still has the same agenda... they've just swapped chains with checks.


In these comments, you explicity assert the following:

Members of the Democratic Party today, in 2017, wish to remove Confederate symbols because
they are embarrassed that the Democratic Party during the Civil War period featured many Con-
federates as it was the "party of slavery and the KKK." You then explicitly state that the
"true nature" of the Democratic Party remains intact today: it's the party of slavery and the KKK,
despite changing how its desires and plans to subjugate Black Americans has changed.

This is a colossal error on your part as the parallels between the Democratic Party of the Civil War
period with today is inexact, and now you are most disingenuously trying to moonwalk your way
out it.


i am aware of that and I also see it as way overstated as you can not show any widespread examples of any Republican policy that is overtly racist.

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Reply #188 posted 06/15/17 10:11am

Dasein

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Dasein said:


In these comments, you explicity assert the following:

Members of the Democratic Party today, in 2017, wish to remove Confederate symbols because
they are embarrassed that the Democratic Party during the Civil War period featured many Con-
federates as it was the "party of slavery and the KKK." You then explicitly state that the
"true nature" of the Democratic Party remains intact today: it's the party of slavery and the KKK,
despite changing how its desires and plans to subjugate Black Americans has changed.

This is a colossal error on your part as the parallels between the Democratic Party of the Civil War
period with today is inexact, and now you are most disingenuously trying to moonwalk your way
out it.


i am aware of that and I also see it as way overstated as you can not show any widespread examples of any Republican policy that is overtly racist.


It does not follow in our pointing out that you made a horrible argument by drawing exact
parallels between the Civil War era Democratic Party with its 2017 iteration that we must
then provide examples of "any Republican policy that is overtly racist." That doesn't even
make any goddamn sense!

You've been a complete and utter intellectual disaster in this thread and others recently.

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Reply #189 posted 06/15/17 10:13am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

jjhunsecker said:

He's trying to change the tune...but we all heard the original version , loud and clear

you read it and misinterpreted it based in part on what you assume my race to be.

Horseshit, plain and simple

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Reply #190 posted 06/15/17 10:13am

OnlyNDaUsa

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Dasein said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

i am aware of that and I also see it as way overstated as you can not show any widespread examples of any Republican policy that is overtly racist.


It does not follow in our pointing out that you made a horrible argument by drawing exact
parallels between the Civil War era Democratic Party with its 2017 iteration that we must
then provide examples of "any Republican policy that is overtly racist." That doesn't even
make any goddamn sense!

You've been a complete and utter intellectual disaster in this thread and others recently.

yeah, I need to AIM MUCH lower... the old saying KNOW your audience.

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Reply #191 posted 06/15/17 10:17am

jjhunsecker

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Dasein said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

i am aware of that and I also see it as way overstated as you can not show any widespread examples of any Republican policy that is overtly racist.


It does not follow in our pointing out that you made a horrible argument by drawing exact
parallels between the Civil War era Democratic Party with its 2017 iteration that we must
then provide examples of "any Republican policy that is overtly racist." That doesn't even
make any goddamn sense!

You've been a complete and utter intellectual disaster in this thread and others recently.

What else is new ?

And does anyone else want to explain the GOPs "Southern Strategy" to the boy ? I tried numerous times, but it like trying to teach quantum physics to an iguana ...

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Reply #192 posted 06/15/17 10:21am

Dasein

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Dasein said:


It does not follow in our pointing out that you made a horrible argument by drawing exact
parallels between the Civil War era Democratic Party with its 2017 iteration that we must
then provide examples of "any Republican policy that is overtly racist." That doesn't even
make any goddamn sense!

You've been a complete and utter intellectual disaster in this thread and others recently.

yeah, I need to AIM MUCH lower... the old saying KNOW your audience.


Even in your sarcasm is your logic odd for your audience has informed you that your arguments
suck and now you're wisecracking about reducing the cogency of your posts so as to not appear to
be as idiotic? Essentially, you're implying that you gave us your best and that you now need to
reduce your efficacy as a thinker in order for us to perceive your points. But, your best has been
horseshit, so even your retort here doesn't make any fucking sense.

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Reply #193 posted 06/15/17 10:21am

OnlyNDaUsa

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jjhunsecker said:

Dasein said:


It does not follow in our pointing out that you made a horrible argument by drawing exact
parallels between the Civil War era Democratic Party with its 2017 iteration that we must
then provide examples of "any Republican policy that is overtly racist." That doesn't even
make any goddamn sense!

You've been a complete and utter intellectual disaster in this thread and others recently.

What else is new ?

And does anyone else want to explain the GOPs "Southern Strategy" to the boy ? I tried numerous times, but it like trying to teach quantum physics to an iguana ...

again i know of it and I see it as something I do not like but i see it as being way less effective or even way less impactful than maybe you assume it to be... and thanks for calling me BOY i like that! it has a funny meaning coming from you..

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Reply #194 posted 06/15/17 10:39am

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"...funny meaning coming from you."

Huh.
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Reply #195 posted 06/15/17 11:02am

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We should all just fumble with our lips.

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Reply #196 posted 06/15/17 12:10pm

OnlyNDaUsa

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Horsefeathers said:

"...funny meaning coming from you." Huh.

it is a derogatory term for a Black Man to put them down... so I see what JJ was doing... it is funny...

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Reply #197 posted 06/15/17 1:39pm

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jjhunsecker said:



Dasein said:




OnlyNDaUsa said:





i am aware of that and I also see it as way overstated as you can not show any widespread examples of any Republican policy that is overtly racist.




It does not follow in our pointing out that you made a horrible argument by drawing exact
parallels between the Civil War era Democratic Party with its 2017 iteration that we must
then provide examples of "any Republican policy that is overtly racist." That doesn't even
make any goddamn sense!

You've been a complete and utter intellectual disaster in this thread and others recently.




What else is new ?



And does anyone else want to explain the GOPs "Southern Strategy" to the boy ? I tried numerous times, but it like trying to teach quantum physics to an iguana ...



He'll just ignore it. It's the same strategy the candidate he voted for president used, to get elected.
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