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  1. Tug

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    So when you are provided with definitions you admit you can’t understand them and make up your own definitions anyway?
     
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  2. skiedfrillet

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    nah that was me (used to be R, now i loathe what they've become)

    they're just content with shitposting
     
  3. skiedfrillet

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    both involve a federal government, so they're the same

    checkmate libtard
     
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    They ignore what experts say on a number of topics so it's par for the course.
     
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  5. TAXTAXTAX

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    Their aims are diametrically opposed. Socialism seeks to eliminate classes, and fascism is all about maintaining and solidifying social hierarchy in service to the state. Socialism doesn't even necessarily imply a state. For instance, instead of having corporations owned by absent shareholders, you could have firms organized as workers' cooperatives.

    You seem to think our current system doesn't involve strict government controls. Where do you think the private ownership of land comes from? It's a relatively new fad in relation to the entirety of human history. It only exists because of strict government controls. The whole idea is bonkers if you bother to think about it for a minute. Who owned it in the first place, and where did they get it?
     
  6. Tug

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    Imagine thinking that a strong federal government that acts as the will of the people is not better than a ruling class of corporate elites.

    Imagine thinking that as a laborer in a fabrication plant.

    Fascinating
     
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    Yaaaa, no they’re not....
     
  8. Tug

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  9. R2-D2Big

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    Nope, not at all
     
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  10. Tug

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    No, really. I explained it pretty clearly already. Maybe you could tell me why you don’t think it is?
     
  11. R2-D2Big

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    Calling white people made up slang isn’t racist. I was called a wigger many times durring my teenage years when gangster rap was big time

    Stop making up shit to get mad about cuckster
     
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  12. Tug

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    What is the basis of that slang?
     
  13. R2-D2Big

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    It’s didn’t matter it’s not the same word. One starts with N the other with W.
     
  14. Tug

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    Intent matters
     
  15. TAXTAXTAX

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    That's a meme, not an argument. Do you notice the irony that Maduro received the most votes for president of any candidate in his election, and that the current president of the United States actually received less votes than another candidate?
     
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    You do realize it was a rigged election correct?

    Anyways, idk why you think property rights come from government. It’s an unalienable right.
     
  17. TAXTAXTAX

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    Yes, but apparently Mueller couldn't find any proof!
     
  18. R2-D2Big

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    “Maduro is better than Trump”

    -Libs 2019
     
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    Wut? Why would Muller investigate Maduro?
     
  20. Comcast

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    It’s an unalienable right according to Universal Declaration of Human Rights
     
  21. Tug

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    Do you think the UN is not a body of government?
     
  22. SenatorClayDavis

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    Oh, word?
    Check out Article 25, which states: "Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services."
     
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  23. GoS

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    Hmm still no healthcare policy points from our resident right wing wonks? Cmon guys I thought you were just aching to talk substance. I mean, you can just go right to the websi- (holds finger to ear) wait, sorry about that, the Republican policy on fixing healthcare is literally fuck all.
     
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    Sounds like they conflict
     
  25. Comcast

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    Any of you leftist fucks want to elaborate more on why Dan was banned?
     
  26. Tug

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    He was trying to drag someone who’s wife had a miscarriage as if it was the posters fault. It was pretty gross about a sensitive topic.
     
  27. TAXTAXTAX

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    Doesn't mention land.
     
  28. Comcast

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    Land isn’t property in the US? When I go buy a house I won’t have to pay property taxes on it? Yaaaa I’m going to have to disagree with you on this.
     
  29. TAXTAXTAX

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    Not very long ago, almost no one owned land privately. It was used communally. Tribal societies shared the land, or kings might have owned the land, but the subjects still lived there, and used the land.

    Have you ever bought land? When you buy land, you have to have someone do a survey, to determine the boundaries and write a legal description. Then you file that along with the deed at the county courthouse. Until you do that, you don't own the land. So it's pretty clear that the government is essential in the process of owning land.
     
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  30. Comcast

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    I assure you that you don’t want communal living. You will want private property that you can claim your own.
    The government isn’t that essential. All it needs to do is recognize the land bought and it’s boundaries, then it’s the government’s job to protect those rights. If you have a neighbor reasonably interfering on your property then it’s the government’s job to make sure they don’t do that anymore.

    To be honest, you might be the only reasonable lefty to converse with. You seem to debate in better faith.
     
  31. Buff_Ruffnek

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    Four groups of traditional Democrat supporters that should walk away
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    First, African Americans. We all know that the Democratic Party has been counting on African Americans' steadfast support for several decades now. But, what have African Americans gotten in return? On the education front, the Democrats have consistently sold out young black children to teachers unions by restricting school choice. Such a policy ends up trapping many black children in failing schools, despite the fact that African American students in charter schools are scoring 4 percent higher on reading tests than those in traditional public schools and are more likely to go to college.

    On the economic front, according to a BlackPressUSA 2015 report, under President Obama, the unemployment rate was at 14 percent and the poverty rate for African Americans was at 27 percent. But under President Trump, African Americans’ economic outcomes have drastically improved. Their unemployment rate dropped to 5.9 percent in 2018 and their poverty rate dropped to 21.2 percent in 2017 (the most recent data), both historical lows. With a strong economy, we can bring both rates further down.

    The Democratic Party has failed to deliver the economic improvement it promised. Maybe African Americans ought to take their votes to a party that actually knows how to deliver economic growth in their communities.


    Second, Asian Americans have also consistently voted overwhelmingly for Democratic candidates in past elections. President Obama received 73 percent of the Asian American vote in 2012. Hillary Clinton received 79 percent of Asian American votes in 2016. Yet the Democrats are bent on destroying what many Asian Americans regard as their sole path to their American dreams – a color-blind, merit-based education system.

    Last year, New York City Mayor, Democrat Bill de Blasio proposed eliminating the Specialized High School Admissions Test (SHSAT) and replacing it with a new admissions process based on race, so that the student bodies of New York City’s elite public high schools will not be dominated by Asian kids. Despite many of these Asian kids coming from poor families and they get into elite high schools through sacrifice and hard work, not handouts. The Mayor's proposal has been facing fierce protests from Asian American families and their allies.

    Last week, the Democrats in Washington State passed Initiative 1000, which reinstates affirmative-action policies for education and employment opportunities, all in the name of "diversity and inclusion." Anxious Asian parents point to the Harvard college admission scandal as evidence that qualified Asian kids may be denied their fair and equal opportunity to higher education for the sake of ill-defined "diversity and inclusion" goals. The American Coalition for Equality, on behalf of Asian Americans, has launched a ballot initiative to repeal Initiative 1000 in November 2019.

    The Democrats’ relentless push for identity politics finally has awakened many Asian Americans to the fact that Asians’ overall success in the United States defies the racial grievance industry’s narrative that all minorities are hopeless and powerless victims of the white majority’s oppression. Therefore, the Democrats' big tent has little room for them.

    Third, since 1968, 71 percent of American Jews have chosen Democrat candidates over Republicans. But, there are plenty of anti-Semites on the political left. Most notable is Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who has made one anti-Semitic comment after another, accusing American Jews of buying political influence in the U.S. and owing "allegiance to a foreign country." Yet, not only is her seat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee still safe, but the House Democrats couldn't even pass a straightforward bill that condemns anti-Semitism.

    Probably feeling emboldened, Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., who has made her own share of anti-Semitic comments in the past, stated in a recent podcast that she feels calm when she thinks of the Holocaust because her Palestinian ancestors, provided a "safe haven" for Jewish victims and suffered a great deal of loss as a result. So far, she refuses to apologize for her historically ignorant and highly controversial statement. And, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi chooses to stand by Tlaib and accuses Republicans of "misrepresenting" Tlaib's words.

    It's clear that today's Democratic Party has neither the willingness nor moral courage to keep their anti-Semitic faction in check. Why should American Jews continue giving their support to a party that won't stand up for them?


    Fourth, the vast majority of tech entrepreneurs are either Democrats or Democrat supporters. Vox reported that among tech entrepreneurs, "75.2 percent voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, and 61.3 percent identified as Democrats." Following their lead, tech workers support Democrat candidates overwhelmingly as well.
    Yet, the tech industry and tech entrepreneurs have received some heavy punches from the same candidates they help get elected. American tech entrepreneurs may want to rethink where to take residency because Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., declared that a system that allows billionaires to exist is "immoral" and proposed a 70 percent marginal tax for the wealthy. Ocasio-Cortez also took credit for bullying Amazon to cancel its plan to build a second headquarters in New York. Not to be outdone, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., a 2020 presidential hopeful wants to break up of big tech companies – Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook, and regulate them as "platform utilities." A tech industry representative calls the Warren plan an “unwarranted and extreme proposal.”

    All these groups, African Americans, Asian Americans, American Jews and the tech industry have been hurt by liberal policies and rhetoric one way or another. They should re-examine their past steadfast loyalty to liberal causes and the Democratic Party, and maybe take their votes somewhere else.


    :dubioustrump:
     
  32. Buff_Ruffnek

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    The only thing I see on that list that seems iffy to me is seeking asylum must be filed in your country of origin or Mexico. If a dictator is in charge, like in socialist Venezuela, then it may be difficult to apply and I’m not sure what Mexico’s policy is or if they would grant it. I’m reading this at face value.
     
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    Reason 1537386162 why the left sucks.

    With that being said, it’s a private board and they can ban whomever they choose. They violate their own rules though.
     
  37. Buff_Ruffnek

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    Seems like this may be a tourniquet application for the time being...:idk:
     
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  38. Buff_Ruffnek

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    Trey Gowdy says John Brennan in more dossier peril than James Comey
    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...rennan-in-more-dossier-peril-than-james-comey


    Trey Gowdy said on Tuesday that former CIA Director John Brennan is in more jeopardy than former FBI Director James Comey for the use of an unverified dossier for the Trump-Russia investigation.

    During an interview on Fox News, the former Republican congressman from South Carolina discussed a document he saw as a leading GOP investigator before his retirement from Congress.

    "I think that it's one more place for Mr. Durham to start," Gowdy said, referring to U.S. Attorney John Durham, who has been tasked by Attorney General William Barr to look into the origins of the Russia investigation.


    :loldog:
     
  39. Buff_Ruffnek

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    State Department's red flag on Steele went to a senior FBI man well before FISA warrant
    https://thehill.com/opinion/white-h...n-steele-went-to-a-senior-fbi-man-well-before

    Multiple sources confirm to me that the recipient of the State Department email was Special Agent Stephen Laycock, then the FBI’s section chief for Eurasian counterintelligence and now one of the bureau’s top executives as the assistant director for intelligenceunder Director Christopher Wray

    The email to Laycock from Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec arrived eight days before the FBI swore to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that it had no derogatory information on Steele and used his anti-Trump dossier to secure a secret surveillance warrant to investigate Trump’s possible ties to Moscow.

    Officials tell me that Laycock immediately forwarded the information he received about Steele on Oct. 13, 2016, to the FBI team leading the Trump-Russia investigation, headed by then-fellow Special Agent Peter Strzok.

    Laycock was the normal point of contact for Kavalec on Eurasian counterintelligence matters, and he simply acted as a conduit to get the information to his colleagues supervising the Russia probe, the officials added.

    :hilldawg:
     
  40. Buff_Ruffnek

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    Ex-DOJ Official: Democrats Should Be 'Quite Worried' About Latest Investigation of the Investigators
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    Democrats should be worried, said a former Justice Department official in the George W. Bush administration:
    "If I were the Democrats I would be quite worried," former Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Yoo told Fox News's Laura Ingraham Monday night.


    And the reason why is, by appointing a U.S. attorney, Attorney General Barr is essentially signaling that he thinks it's possible that criminal violations occurred in the start of the whole investigation into any kind of Trump-Russian collusion.

    As Judge Barr said, there is already an inspector general investigation that's going to come to a conclusion. That's what you would do if you were just interested in reforming the way the department does things, the way decisions were made.

    But you wouldn't go with a U.S. Attorney like Durham, someone of his stature, unless the attorney general thinks actually something criminal might have happened, that someone might have violated the law, that there might have been malfeasance, that people at the FBI or the justice department were acting out of partisan motives, not just out of incompetence or stupidity or they were duped by the Russians or Steele or the English or by the Clinton campaign.

    So if you are a Democrat, I think you would be really worried to see the appointment of a career prosecutor like this.


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  42. R2-D2Big

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    I’m using that now, even tho I’m not sure what it means
     
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    No sane person does but hey, it’s believable to some because the media told them so.
     
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    That sign is used by white supremacist to signal "white power." That's what the w and p are for. I don't think people have to stop using it in a non-white power way though.
     
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  46. Redav

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    There's any number of reputable sources that you could google that will tell you that it does happen, the ADL for one.
     
  47. Comcast

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    Believe what you want. The fact Is that it was completely fabricated by the media to paint Trump supporters as racists.
     
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  48. Redav

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    Oh ok
     
  49. GoS

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    So many posts, yet no reply to a simple ask for R plans to address healthcare.

    Golly, it's almost like your team has no fucking ideas whatsoever, so let's try another topic set.

    1. What is the Republican plan or policy idea (or ideas) to address foreign interference in US elections?
    2. What is the Republican plan or policy idea (or ideas) to address climate change?
    3. What is the Republican plan or policy idea (or ideas) to address wealth inequality?
    4. What is the Republican plan or policy idea (or ideas) to address the fact that college costs have far outstripped wage growth?
    5. What is the Republican plan or policy idea (or ideas) to help ensure all US citizens can easily register to vote and then vote when the opportunity presents itself?

    or, if you prefer,

    A. Do Republicans have any policies other than the following (if Y, please educate us):

    (i) Abortion is murder
    (ii) all guns are amazing. More guns
    (iii) Hard line on illegal immigration
    (iv) tax cuts for rich people and companies are good
    (v) current trade deals are bad, mine good
     
  50. Comcast

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    We did. Treat healthcare like any other good or service and watch price go down.
     
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