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  1. So what's-up with 50 Cent? Must be one of those white supremist types.
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  2. The UN became obsolete when they elected Muammar Gaddafi's Libya as President - President no less - of the UN Human Rights Commission and that was way back in 2003.
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  3. This is not apparent....focusing on Trump's personal and vindictive nature more than his presidential office in the context of previous American presidents is clearly a short term, gotcha game. The man has already served nearly one term in office despite many efforts to take him down, with major impact even now (SC justice appointment...his third). So called unbiased sources should be able to make such distinctions as well, but many don't for fear of a backlash from the woke folk, as hating Trump is their social currency and reinforcement.
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  4. Thanks, WCM. I was going to say that. I mean @Argus, "C'mon Man." If you're going to brag about your superior knowledge don't make it so easy to show it doesn't exist. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2020/06/18/fact-check-fred-trump-detained-kkk-rally-circumstances-unclear/3209853001/
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  5. Many people know how to fact check, and even a left-leaning fact-checker like politifake says that your claim is unsupported: https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2019/mar/28/facebook-posts/heres-whats-known-about-fred-trumps-arrest-after-k/ Many people know that Kamala Harris's great grandmother was an ACTUAL slave-owner, and that Kamala slept her way to the top by dating a 60 yr old mayor for months when she was only 29. Many people know that Joe Biden created THE MOST RACIST BILL of the last 30 years and that he OPPOSED INTERRACIAL BUSSING because he didn't want to create an 'urb
    2 points
  6. And you tell me to take a PolySci class...lol.
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  7. OMG, how old are you, honestly? Your petulance far outweighs your common sense. Colin Kaepernick has free speech. But the SC ruled that "you don't have free speech at work". If you invest $100,000 to start BeaverFever Coffee can your employee wear a T-Shirt to work there that says "I hate Jews"? When people are outside your store protesting and customers can't get in, and when your store is being constantly vandalized and you're losing a ton of money every month, do you have to keep letting that girl wear her free speech shirts? Of course not, that's just stupid. The NFL doesn't
    2 points
  8. Already proven numerous times. Mr. Trudeau knows it and he wants that power grab. Virus be damned.
    2 points
  9. "These Negroes, they're getting pretty uppity these days and that's a problem for us since they've got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness. Now we've got to do something about this, we've got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference... I'll have them niggers voting Democratic for the next two hundred years" ---LBJ
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  10. U.S. presidents get credit or blame for what happens on their watch....whether it be Bush...Obama...or Trump. Trump increased U.S. manufacturing jobs that stubbornly evaded Obama. African American unemployment rates reach all time lows. So ? If they weren't in such weak positions to begin with, they wouldn't be so vulnerable to Trump's policies. Canada is one of the worst offenders (NATO), not even attempting to meet defence spending goals promised before Trump ever became president. Trump did exactly what he said he would do, challenging the globalists and
    2 points
  11. The real question here is, are the Conservatives ready for an election, can they win ? a lot of negatives in the rights corner, new leader, unknown leader, Liberals lead in the polls. What kind of platform are they going to need to win, remember Canadians don't give a rats ass about politics, they want cold hard cash baby, its 2020, and they might have to outspend Justin and his band of lairs.
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  12. America is not a democracy...and neither is Canada. It's our election...and all you can do is watch. Americans do not stay up late election night to find out who won in Canada.
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  13. Near thirty thousand watching the set-up...the set-up...for a Trump event later this afternoon. 27,912 watching now •Started streaming 33 minutes ago But yeah...Joe.
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  14. Obviously I do not have the last word, but I am a lot "blacker" than you, and I also happen to be an American. Guess who knows more about what is being discussed ? I didn't censor anybody...do you feel censored because another member called out your BS about all black people ? Too bad....I AM THE ONE who is challenging you and those of your political ilk. Actually, the topic is America under President Trump, and nobody said you can't have your "white" opinion from Canada, just don't expect it to go unchallenged when flawed. I agree that the
    2 points
  15. Debunk debunk debunk....and debunk. There...no need to worry. Election is in the bag. Harris 2020!
    2 points
  16. You've already wasted your time with taxme, you call him out on his theories on mass immigration, and now I'd like to hear about your theories, Yes I am a conservative, and could not give a shit about trump or his politics.... I'm Canadian not American. I thought this whole idea of this forum was to exchange ideas and debate topics without pigeonholing everyone based on a few sentences...I understand if your not up to it.
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  17. I'm sure that all those Catholics that were called nutbars will be all over your excuse for those shit bags asking those reprehensible questions of that female judge you hate.
    2 points
  18. So what are the facts ?, what makes mass immigration a good thing for Canada, And do we just dismiss all the lessons learned for Europe's mass immigration for fear of being call a racist or called scared white men.
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  19. Well, I'm not on the Left. I had some interest in him prior to the election. Then I found out about his multiple bankruptcies. That somewhat dimmed my respect for him as a great businessman. Then I read the story behind how his Atlantic City casinos went bust, about how he failed to do even rudimentary studies on ongoing costs vs expected revenue (income per square foot of casinos and per hotel room is a largely known quantity). I read how some guy working for a magazine did it, pointed out that there was no way his casino was going to earn enough to pay the bills, and how Trump threatened to
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  20. Many people on the left seem to focus way too much on personality and not actions. No doubt about it, Trump's personality does rub a lot of people the wrong way while others see his style as refreshing. Trump Derangement Syndrome is a real thing with left wingers but I would guess that most Trump haters know little about his actions in the White House or his past accomplishments. Before entering politics , I don't recall ever hearing about him being called a racist , that only happened when he ran as a Republican and won. Anyone that only watches CNN ,MSNBC or the like will likely have a very
    2 points
  21. They can never be proud of America, because to do so would undermine their entire base and platform of permanent victimhood.
    2 points
  22. Obstruction of justice is a crime. And I’m pretty sure all that self-dealing directing taxpayer money to his businesses is criminal
    2 points
  23. Socialism/Fascism was well underway long before Covid came along. Comments that do not fall within the current 'woke' ideology are forbidden. Words and phrases are being expunged due to their purported racism/sexism. Weekly there are marches, protests and sit-ins all across our country in direct contravention of pandemic guidelines but ignored by our federal government leaving provincial premiers to clean up the mess. The 'center' has all but disappeared as sides are taken and the divide gets wider. We headed down this slippery slope when the current liberal government took powe
    2 points
  24. Being the forum noob, I was trying to be polite 😉
    2 points
  25. Quite to the contrary, engage as one pleases...or not. Those who wish to silence others are the worst of all.
    2 points
  26. I believe that contempt for Trump is definitely related, if only as the suppression of more balanced or supportive views because of backlash fears. Trading in Trump hatred is social currency, which is ironically identical to the criticisms leveled at Trump "supporters". All presidents have personal (and professional) flaws. Donald Trump is just another American president.
    2 points
  27. So I was working on some back exercises and flicking through the news channels and on came FOX, which was broadcasting Biden's speech live. I watched it. It was a good speech, what I saw of it. It was all about his plans, and what he would do for the country, and bring jobs back and put an infrastructure plan in place, and unite people. It was earnest, hopeful and optimistic. Then Trump started speaking so of course FOX cut away. The difference couldn't have been more pronounced. All Trump talked about was himself and how mean people have been to him, and how great a job he's done and then how
    2 points
  28. On call... while he sits around watching TV and getting in twitter wars with actors. Then he'll call up FOX and blow an hour chatting while the hosts try to figure a way to get him off the line gracefully. Yeah, okay. Too busy while he takes hundreds of golfing trips. Uh huh. Trump probably spends more time in the toilet every day than in the Oval Office.
    2 points
  29. Translation... Come...join me.
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  30. It's an approach...for sure.
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  32. It was entertaining to watch Judge Barrett easily dismiss the white senators' "George Floyd" civil rights provocations by pointing out her two (Black) children. Ooops ! This is all political theatre, and the Democrats know it is over except for their screaming and shouting. "Elections have consequences." - President Barack Obama (2009)
    2 points
  33. How did he afford to renovate that large of a house? Anyone look into that? He purchased it back in 74 for a mere $186,000 dollars, which adjusted for inflation would probably be a million dollars or more. How did he afford that kind of price, and the renovations? Seems legit!
    1 point
  34. By the time covid is gone, the enduring legacy of it will be: 1) Massive carnage among small to medium businesses, while mega-corporations like Home Depot, FB and Amazon experience growth 2) Twice as many deaths as a regular flu season, but almost exclusively in the very elderly demographic. People of middle age or lower will have very few deaths, and there will be less than 1% of the deaths of a regular flu season among children. (Less people will die of covid in the US this year than die of medical mistakes every single year, and at the height of the covid 'pandemic' in BC, more p
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  35. Either way, it is delusional to think that Trump (and his supporters) would suddenly abandon the path that got them the presidency because he won't wear a mask. Trump will win or lose doing exactly what he has done in the past. <Cue Frank Sinatra - "My Way" > He will still get well north of 50,000,000 votes.
    1 point
  36. The U.S. federal debt was never paid off during Clinton's years because even with budget surpluses, more money was still owed to Social Security and other trust funds that the government was still spending. Total U.S. federal debt increased each year for fiscal years 1993 - 2001. ...but your version makes for good politics !
    1 point
  37. Trudeau does it all the time...as in Vote Liberal ! Why can't Trump do the same ?
    1 point
  38. I'm hoping for an election because TBH I still don't believe in polling data that has liberals ahead so comfortably. If it's really true, then Canadians truly are the dumbest sheeple on the planet.
    1 point
  39. Don't blame me if you don't read your own literature.
    1 point
  40. Seriously ? You really believe that ? Trump already won in 2016 and the American way of life has not changed much at all. America is still the global hegemon....and Canada still is not.
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  42. 1) Trump lining his pockets: How Trump fused his business empire to the presidency https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.politico.com/amp/news/2020/01/20/trump-businesses-empire-tied-presidency-100496 Trump’s Businesses Raked In $1.9 Billion Of Revenue During His First Three Years In Office https://www.forbes.com/sites/danalexander/2020/09/11/trumps-businesses-raked-in-19-billion-of-revenue-during-his-first-three-years-in-office/#7e80aba11e13 Trump-branded properties charged federal government at least $1.2 million, records show https://www.google.ca/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/c
    1 point
  43. I agree Trump hatred does appear to be social currency. You can see it best among the Youth of America. Australian Daisy Cousins even noticed it from the land down under. She archives incidents of Youths being attacked for their support of Trump or America. You can see how Trump hatred enters the social structure with glaring clarity in the video she leads off with where 2 girls attack a young guy wearing a trump hat: If that one isn't about those 2 girls exerting their presence in what they've been taught to see as the social hierarchy, what is it about?
    1 point
  44. The high irony is that both sides feel that victory in the election will solve all their particular problems. Open-up a new can o' worms, I say. Trump had better win by a landslide this time...or there'll be troooooble. Anything less and there will be endless contention. Biden merely has to eke-out anything remotely victorious to be crowned literally king by the media and the rest of the backing-establishment. But I have a good feeling about this...there really is something Trump-ish sweeping your country. I'm seeing rally viewership going-up dramatically not to mention the spo
    1 point
  45. You were wrong. Pretty simple.
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  47. So this thread started getting derailed here: The problem was hyperbole. All he was really saying was many on the right in America believe there is a problem with what is called "the Deep state." They believe neo and anarcho Marxists are causing problems. They believe the Progressive or as some call it, "regressive" leftist infection has even spread into our Canadian system. They believe this segment of the political left is self-destructive. Remove all the hyperbole and there's no real argument with that. Although we on the rational right would be happy to have it. No
    1 point
  48. I think the destruction is wanton and must be stopped. Why the word is wanton, I dunno but they are reckless and destroying things, not even in the name of something. You can't destroy without a cause. To be legitimate there has to be a cause... No I wouldn't call it terrorism. Just a scumbag movement. Filth and detritous are always attracted to any spectacle. Legitimate protest is now defeated.
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  49. Things BDS supporters like... #1 Hitler...he was a good man...keen on killing the Jews and bringing about the Judenfrei state run by the al-Husseini Clan in British Palestine. http://www.worldfuturefund.org/wffmaster/Reading/Total/hitler.mufti.htm I mean...what's not to like? The Third Reich and BDS...hand in hand through history.
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