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Post  Jammer on Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:17 pm

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Darth Cheney wrote:How do you feel about the Black Congressional Caucus?

This would have been a lot harder question to answer a week ago. But now we know beyond a doubt that the KKK is alive and well in the US, and the BCC is more important now than ever. The days of waffling on this are over. The days of hiding behind your silence are over. If you're not going to acknowledge that we have a problem, or if you're going to pull the race card and play the victim by saying "If I say anything against Obama I'm automatically a racist", you may as well get your head shaved and grab your tiki torch so you're ready for the next Klan march.


Had to be shamed into showing your evil ass huh?  No surprise that you posted more PURE BULLSHIT.  

Dude seriously. Some of us have shiit to do. Some of us actually have people who want to talk to and spend time with us. I know that's a hard concept for you to understand.


The Congressional Black Caucus has for years promoted racial discontent and divisiveness.

How?

Just like the other evil racist organizations like BLM and other sick groups, they are at the heart of our racial problems.  

If we didn't have white supremacists and/or enablers like yourself, BLM, NAACP, etc. wouldn't exist. Your continued denial of this puts you squarely in the white supremacist camp.

George Soros funds them all in the hopes that their divisiveness will help topple the country that YOU and he hate.  

My Native American ancestors are offended by your bigoted racist divisiveness.  You scumbag liberals have been at the heart of racism in America ever since you liberal southern demonrats brought slaves to this country.  You will do whatever it takes to keep minorities subservient and beholding to your sorry asses
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Re: Terror in Charlottesville

Post  Dr. Evil on Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:43 pm

Do you consider Robert E. Lee to be a liberal?
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Re: Terror in Charlottesville

Post  Jammer on Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:02 am

Dr. Evil wrote:Do you consider Robert E. Lee to be a liberal?

I consider ALL LIBERALS TO BE EVIL, from Andrew Jackson the founder of the demonrat party all the way down to the tree hugging bitch who lives down the street.

http://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/andrew-jackson

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_Democratic_Party


The Democratic party was a proponent for slave-owners across the country, urban workers, and caucasian immigrants. It was especially attractive to Irish immigrants who increasingly controlled the party machinery in the cities. The party was much less attractive to businessmen, African American Evangelical Protestants, and social reformers.  The party advocated westward expansion, Manifest Destiny, greater equality among all white men, and opposition to the national banks. In 1860 the Civil War began between the mostly-Republican North against the mostly-Democratic, slave-holding South.

Your precious demonrat party founder Andrew Jackson was one of the evilest.  His racist Manifest Destiny policy was devastating to my Native American ancestors.  I will never forgive him for what he did to Native Americans.  But there is no end to the tyranny of REPRESSIVE LIBERALS in this country.  Take the evil cretin in the news today, Roger Taney.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_B._Taney

He was another REPRESSIVE LIBERAL appointed to the Supreme Court by the founder of the PARTY OF EVIL, Andrew Jackson.  He authored the Supreme Court decision that said Black people could not be citizens of this country. YOU REPRESSIVE LIBERAL ASSHOLES ARE JUST PLAIN EVIL.
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Re: Terror in Charlottesville

Post  Dr. Evil on Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:36 am

Jammer wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:Do you consider Robert E. Lee to be a liberal?

I consider ALL LIBERALS TO BE EVIL, from Andrew Jackson the founder of the demonrat party all the way down to the tree hugging bitch who lives down the street.

http://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/andrew-jackson

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_Democratic_Party


The Democratic party was a proponent for slave-owners across the country, urban workers, and caucasian immigrants. It was especially attractive to Irish immigrants who increasingly controlled the party machinery in the cities. The party was much less attractive to businessmen, African American Evangelical Protestants, and social reformers.  The party advocated westward expansion, Manifest Destiny, greater equality among all white men, and opposition to the national banks. In 1860 the Civil War began between the mostly-Republican North against the mostly-Democratic, slave-holding South.

Your precious demonrat party founder Andrew Jackson was one of the evilest.  His racist Manifest Destiny policy was devastating to my Native American ancestors.  I will never forgive him for what he did to Native Americans.  But there is no end to the tyranny of REPRESSIVE LIBERALS in this country.  Take the evil cretin in the news today, Roger Taney.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_B._Taney

He was another REPRESSIVE LIBERAL appointed to the Supreme Court by the founder of the PARTY OF EVIL, Andrew Jackson.  He authored the Supreme Court decision that said Black people could not be citizens of this country. YOU REPRESSIVE LIBERAL ASSHOLES ARE JUST PLAIN EVIL.

Not what I asked.
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Re: Terror in Charlottesville

Post  Jammer on Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:03 am

Dr. Evil wrote:
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Dr. Evil wrote:Do you consider Robert E. Lee to be a liberal?

I consider ALL LIBERALS TO BE EVIL, from Andrew Jackson the founder of the demonrat party all the way down to the tree hugging bitch who lives down the street.

http://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/andrew-jackson

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_Democratic_Party


The Democratic party was a proponent for slave-owners across the country, urban workers, and caucasian immigrants. It was especially attractive to Irish immigrants who increasingly controlled the party machinery in the cities. The party was much less attractive to businessmen, African American Evangelical Protestants, and social reformers.  The party advocated westward expansion, Manifest Destiny, greater equality among all white men, and opposition to the national banks. In 1860 the Civil War began between the mostly-Republican North against the mostly-Democratic, slave-holding South.

Your precious demonrat party founder Andrew Jackson was one of the evilest.  His racist Manifest Destiny policy was devastating to my Native American ancestors.  I will never forgive him for what he did to Native Americans.  But there is no end to the tyranny of REPRESSIVE LIBERALS in this country.  Take the evil cretin in the news today, Roger Taney.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_B._Taney

He was another REPRESSIVE LIBERAL appointed to the Supreme Court by the founder of the PARTY OF EVIL, Andrew Jackson.  He authored the Supreme Court decision that said Black people could not be citizens of this country. YOU REPRESSIVE LIBERAL ASSHOLES ARE JUST PLAIN EVIL.

Not what I asked.
 

Tough shite - ASSHOLE
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Re: Terror in Charlottesville

Post  Dr. Evil on Fri Aug 18, 2017 11:10 am

How come you guys are so sketchy in talking about the Civil War? You have an opinion about everything.
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Post  Darth Cheney on Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:11 pm

Dr. Evil wrote:How come you guys are so sketchy in talking about the Civil War? You have an opinion about everything.

What do you want to know about it?

It was about Federalism...the power of the States verses the benevolent government. Slavery was one of the major issues but definitely not they issue. The issue was does the federal government have a right to force the states to behave a certain way? Before you go waving your new found patriotism...consider what is being done in the liberal strongholds concerning marijuana. Does a state get to trump federal law?

By the way, they don't regarding marijuana. However, it was the founders primary objective to severely limit the power of the feral government and instead pass the primary powers to the states, the towns, and as close to the citizens as possible. They knew a centralized power would lead to tyranny which it has. Of course you are an uneducated moron without the slightest knowledge regarding the founding of this country or the intent of creating a representative republic (NOT democracy). You are also incapable of actually gaining knowledge as proven on this forum time after time.
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Re: Terror in Charlottesville

Post  Dr. Evil on Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:17 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:How come you guys are so sketchy in talking about the Civil War? You have an opinion about everything.

What do you want to know about it?

It was about Federalism...the power of the States verses the benevolent government. Slavery was one of the major issues but definitely not they issue. The issue was does the federal government have a right to force the states to behave a certain way? Before you go waving your new found patriotism...consider what is being done in the liberal strongholds concerning marijuana. Does a state get to trump federal law?

By the way, they don't regarding marijuana. However, it was the founders primary objective to severely limit the power of the feral government and instead pass the primary powers to the states, the towns, and as close to the citizens as possible. They knew a centralized power would lead to tyranny which it has. Of course you are an uneducated moron without the slightest knowledge regarding the founding of this country or the intent of creating a representative republic (NOT democracy). You are also incapable of actually gaining knowledge as proven on this forum time after time.

Which side would you say was fighting for state's rights? What are your thoughts on the outcome? What side would you have fought for?
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Post  Darth Cheney on Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:45 pm

Dr. Evil wrote:
Darth Cheney wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:How come you guys are so sketchy in talking about the Civil War? You have an opinion about everything.

What do you want to know about it?

It was about Federalism...the power of the States verses the benevolent government. Slavery was one of the major issues but definitely not they issue. The issue was does the federal government have a right to force the states to behave a certain way? Before you go waving your new found patriotism...consider what is being done in the liberal strongholds concerning marijuana. Does a state get to trump federal law?

By the way, they don't regarding marijuana. However, it was the founders primary objective to severely limit the power of the feral government and instead pass the primary powers to the states, the towns, and as close to the citizens as possible. They knew a centralized power would lead to tyranny which it has. Of course you are an uneducated moron without the slightest knowledge regarding the founding of this country or the intent of creating a representative republic (NOT democracy). You are also incapable of actually gaining knowledge as proven on this forum time after time.

Which side would you say was fighting for state's rights? What are your thoughts on the outcome? What side would you have fought for?

The Southerners were fighting for State's rights. They lost, the country became a more cohesive united entity. Not that simple...the south was trying to maintain slavery which was immoral. I do believe they were correct on maintaining sovereignty over the federal government but not when it came to slavery which was immoral and against the "Rights" given to every man, woman, & child...not by the government but by God. Many of the founders were slave owners but against slavery. That did not treat their slaves poorly because many southerners did not. You could closely liken it to the Mexican migrants coming here to work for low wages. You also liken it to every working man and woman today paying a large portion of their income to the feral government so lazy slugs can be taken care of through social programs. In a pure world, each person is allowed to keep the fruits of their labor and do with that how they choose not how the government chooses.

By the way...at that time slavery existed in nearly every nation on earth, it was the United States ending slavery that has has the largest effect of abolishing slavery throughout the world. The United States should not be condemned for slavery but rather celebrated for ending slavery.

Edit: Do not mistake my word's for down playing the terrible injustice of slavery regardless of their actual treatment...it's wrong and in a perfect world would have never happened. Many peoples have suffered from slavery with the Israelis coming to mind first under Egypt's control, American Indians also kept slaves as part of their dominance over other tribes and a result of conflicts, and currently continues in many parts of the World (Middle East). Prostitution is a form of modern day slavery still practiced in this country.In my mind one is no worse than another yet all are part of tragedy within human history. Southerners were not unique to holding slaves for forced labor, it was an almost normal part of world trade.


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Re: Terror in Charlottesville

Post  Jammer on Fri Aug 18, 2017 3:01 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:
Darth Cheney wrote:
Dr. Evil wrote:How come you guys are so sketchy in talking about the Civil War? You have an opinion about everything.

What do you want to know about it?

It was about Federalism...the power of the States verses the benevolent government. Slavery was one of the major issues but definitely not they issue. The issue was does the federal government have a right to force the states to behave a certain way? Before you go waving your new found patriotism...consider what is being done in the liberal strongholds concerning marijuana. Does a state get to trump federal law?

By the way, they don't regarding marijuana. However, it was the founders primary objective to severely limit the power of the feral government and instead pass the primary powers to the states, the towns, and as close to the citizens as possible. They knew a centralized power would lead to tyranny which it has. Of course you are an uneducated moron without the slightest knowledge regarding the founding of this country or the intent of creating a representative republic (NOT democracy). You are also incapable of actually gaining knowledge as proven on this forum time after time.

Which side would you say was fighting for state's rights? What are your thoughts on the outcome? What side would you have fought for?

The Southerners were fighting for State's rights. They lost, the country became a more cohesive united entity. Not that simple...the south was trying to maintain slavery which was immoral. I do believe they were correct on maintaining sovereignty over the federal government but not when it came to slavery which was immoral and against the "Rights" given to every man, woman, & child...not by the government but by God. Many of the founders were slave owners but against slavery. That did not treat their slaves poorly because many southerners did not. You could closely liken it to the Mexican migrants coming here to work for low wages. You also liken it to every working man and woman today paying a large portion of their income to the feral government so lazy slugs can be taken care of through social programs. In a pure world, each person is allowed to keep the fruits of their labor and do with that how they choose not how the government chooses.

By the way...at that time slavery existed in nearly every nation on earth, it was the United States ending slavery that has has the largest effect of abolishing slavery throughout the world. The United States should not be condemned for slavery but rather celebrated for ending slavery.  


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