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I say "the people" because people on the left think the the norm has become pretty much anyone in California.
What does this even mean lmao holy shit you’re such an alt right caricature.

No you specifically said “The people are tired of a bias media shoving leftist propaganda down their throats. They’re tired of constantly being told they’re responsible for the ailments of black people, then women, then gay people, then trans people, then immigrants, then everybody else and their mother. They’re tired of the identity politics.“

So from what you said, “the people” are not leftists, blacks, women, homosexuals, immigrants, and so on. YOU said that, shit for brains.

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They forget a large portion of the country is just people trying to live their lives without all this social justice shit. And I never said they were the only ones that matters. You're the one acting like they don't matter.
What SJW bullshit is there that can’t be dealt with without voting for a traitor? I’m confused, have you seen a decrease in divisive identity politics since trump took office?

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Calling someone a racist and xenophobic is a pretty heavy claim. Please tell me what race I hate, what I hate about them, and what I specifically wrote that proves it.

Also, tell me why I'm not a part of "the people". Unless you think the people refers to rich white men
Apparently you have a problem with blacks, immigrants, women, and homosexuals, Nguyen. You’re not part of “the people” because “the people” you’re talking about aren’t apolitical people just trying to live their lives, they’re actually highly opinionated right wing people with very nasty views. These are the majority of the people that voted for trump.

The people that didn’t vote are the ones just trying to live their lives, too stupid to realize how dangerous it was to not get involved and make sure trump didn’t get in the White House.

You’re projecting a lot onto me. I don’t want to get into personal attacks. I just want to know one thing. Do you have any empirical evidence that the country is filled with these vile far right extremists you keep describing? Or do all Trump supporters fall into that camp anyway?
”I have no rebuttal so I’m going to claim you’re projecting”

Good luck with your yelling
I hope you're successful in your attempts to improve America

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I say "the people" because people on the left think the the norm has become pretty much anyone in California.
What does this even mean lmao holy shit you’re such an alt right caricature.

No you specifically said “The people are tired of a bias media shoving leftist propaganda down their throats. They’re tired of constantly being told they’re responsible for the ailments of black people, then women, then gay people, then trans people, then immigrants, then everybody else and their mother. They’re tired of the identity politics.“

So from what you said, “the people” are not leftists, blacks, women, homosexuals, immigrants, and so on. YOU said that, shit for brains.

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They forget a large portion of the country is just people trying to live their lives without all this social justice shit. And I never said they were the only ones that matters. You're the one acting like they don't matter.
What SJW bullshit is there that can’t be dealt with without voting for a traitor? I’m confused, have you seen a decrease in divisive identity politics since trump took office?

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Calling someone a racist and xenophobic is a pretty heavy claim. Please tell me what race I hate, what I hate about them, and what I specifically wrote that proves it.

Also, tell me why I'm not a part of "the people". Unless you think the people refers to rich white men
Apparently you have a problem with blacks, immigrants, women, and homosexuals, Nguyen. You’re not part of “the people” because “the people” you’re talking about aren’t apolitical people just trying to live their lives, they’re actually highly opinionated right wing people with very nasty views. These are the majority of the people that voted for trump.

The people that didn’t vote are the ones just trying to live their lives, too stupid to realize how dangerous it was to not get involved and make sure trump didn’t get in the White House.

You’re projecting a lot onto me. I don’t want to get into personal attacks. I just want to know one thing. Do you have any empirical evidence that the country is filled with these vile far right extremists you keep describing? Or do all Trump supporters fall into that camp anyway?

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Why is it when you say “the people” I get the feeling you’re saying “white people”, like those are the only real Americans and the only ones that matter. You give away how much a racist as xenophobic scumbag you are in every post, and you don’t even realize it. This is how ingrained racism is in your psyche. In case you didn’t realize, Nguyen, you’re not “the people” you’re referring to. “Trump speaks for them”. You’re right. He absolutely does. He’s taking white trash racism straight to the whitehouse.

I say "the people" because people on the left think the the norm has become pretty much anyone in California. They forget a large portion of the country is just people trying to live their lives without all this social justice shit. And I never said they were the only ones that matters. You're the one acting like they don't matter.

Calling someone a racist and xenophobic is a pretty heavy claim. Please tell me what race I hate, what I hate about them, and what I specifically wrote that proves it.

Also, tell me why I'm not a part of "the people". Unless you think the people refers to rich white men

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We're not "thinking" it's happening. This is what's happening. The United States' President is a puppet for Russia, and elects people to important positions of power, not based on competency, but on loyalty. That's "Mad King" shit, dude. Have some respect for your own country and history.

Name a few things that proves Putin has his dick in Trump's mouth

Let me tell you what will happen. People don't like Trump. They vote out Trump and Republicans. The new president and Congress will reverse Trump's policies and implement their own. Nothing Trump has done undermines this process. Even if he does try something, remember he's only the president. We have two entire separate branches of government that are meant to check him. Our democracy is still very much in working order

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I don't know what else to tell these people when they're being racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, xenophobic and any other nonsense I'm leaving out. We have to call out these things, no matter how minute they may seem, to really get rid of them.

You're saying that to people whose first and last question will be "what did I do to you". You're putting what you think are the sins of an entire group onto individual people who have no idea what they personally did to hurt anyone. And on top of that, the solutions presented to them are to shout mea culpa, whip themselves, and give the things they've earned to people they don't even know.

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It just doesn't matter the good he's done because it is so drastically outweighed by the horrible and fucking retarded things he does on a day-to-day basis. Do you watch the news (genuine question)? I don't like MSM either (they just published these bullshit 2020 DNC numbers that made me roll my eyes.) but if you watch anything other than Fox News it's really hard to take anything this guy says seriously. Like has been already stated, if you can't distance yourself from an administration that's done all these horrible things despite the few good things he does for you, there's not much I can say in your favour. You're obsessed with your own problems and need to look outward. Republicans have been broken since Obama got elected a second time and are trying to win back the culture wars. But you can't do it with this guy in office.

I prefer reading the news over watching it. BBC is my go to news source but I have CNN and Fox News to try and round out my perspectives. How about you? I never said I support Trump but I am astounded by the claims that a single man could destroy America by being the president. Tell me how your life has changed since Trump has taken office. Tell me which part of our government has been permanently altered for the worse by Trump. If you just say that Trump is a bad president and not good for the country, then that's something I can agree with you on but you're acting like he's destroying the very foundations of this country. You should know by now that Trump says a lot of egregious shit that don't manifest in policy

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The Flood / Re: das is still in my club
« on: October 15, 2018, 09:47:28 PM »
What does Discord have that Sep7 doesn't?

The ability to post pictures directly from phone

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 15, 2018, 01:13:38 AM »
I've never met a single Trump supporter who was also a good person.

“I’m not a radical I swear”

I didn't say I wasn't a radical.

People who support Trump are often preemptively covering their own asses for predatory behaviour, racism, and/or greed. The rest are either stupid or just under a great misapprehension.

Characterizing half the country as racists without a good bone in their body just because of how they voted on a single election is a bit far don’t you think

I love how you focus on race. I didn't say all Trump supporters were racist; most of them are sure, but the rest are either genuinely unintelligent or misinformed and guillible. I know good people who [would have] voted for Trump, but I do not know good people who support Trump. It's not about who you voted for, it's about who you support on a day-to-day basis. You're not a good person if you support an administration that separates young children from their families and locks them in cages. You're not a good person if you support an administration that enables sexual misconduct. There are lots of people who deeply regret their vote for Donald Trump, either thinking he was some democratic sleeper agent or that none of his policies would get through or he would drop out of his own accord. I think these people were wishfully thinking and ignorant; that doesn't make them bad people. But we didn't have a taste of Trump's governing style before 2016's election. Now that we do, I think decent people everywhere have an obligation to vote against him. There's no excuse this time.

No Trump supporter I know actually taking children away from their parents. No Trump supporters I know actually support grabbing women by the pussy. No Trump supporter I know would actually support the destruction of America that you and Challenger think is happening.

When they look at Trump, they see a man who is flawed but who also has the economy growing, a strong stance on foreign affairs, and a willingness to criticize allies for not pulling their weight. But I think the thing that draws people to Trump the most is that he’s willing to lash out at the establishments that people have been tired of for so long, the media and radical leftists.

The people are tired of a bias media shoving leftist propaganda down their throats. They’re tired of constantly being told they’re responsible for the ailments of black people, then women, then gay people, then trans people, then immigrants, then everybody else and their mother. They’re tired of the identity politics. So when a guy steps up and says everything they think and feel, it resonates a lot with the average person. They’re not thinking “this inspires me to hate Mexicans and women”. They’re thinking that Trump speaks for them.

The point of this long winded explanation is not that Trump is a good president or that excuses can be made for some of the genuine horrible things that he’s done. But you should remember that people are people and relegating them to the one dimensional view you have of them is doing them and yourself a disservice

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 14, 2018, 04:00:55 PM »
I've never met a single Trump supporter who was also a good person.

“I’m not a radical I swear”

I didn't say I wasn't a radical.

People who support Trump are often preemptively covering their own asses for predatory behaviour, racism, and/or greed. The rest are either stupid or just under a great misapprehension.

Characterizing half the country as racists without a good bone in their body just because of how they voted on a single election is a bit far don’t you think

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 14, 2018, 01:28:50 AM »
I've never met a single Trump supporter who was also a good person.

“I’m not a radical I swear”

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The Flood / Re: what is the worst thing you've done in the past 168 hours
« on: October 14, 2018, 01:23:31 AM »
Accidentally stepped on my dog's paw

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The Flood / Re: I survived Hurricane Michael
« on: October 12, 2018, 10:05:17 PM »


I'm in NC but Michael still dunked on us

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The Flood / Re: I survived Hurricane Michael
« on: October 12, 2018, 10:03:52 PM »
Cheers mate

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 12, 2018, 02:17:47 AM »
Trump is def in bed with the Russians

That’s why we bombed Syria, expelled their diplomats, and put even more sanctions on them

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 04:26:18 PM »
People like Challenger who have no ability to comprehend why some people may see things differently and then characterize them as stupid sheep who are beneath him is ironically funny and already have their answers if they would bother to look in a mirror
Trump voters literally are stupid sheep. You’re voting for some rich kid who wasted all of his dads money and failed in everything he tried to do, and he’s working for the Russians. He’s not some average joe who became president.

Beyond that I don’t give a fuck what you “think” about.

Maybe they’re just tired of people like you telling them everything is their fault for being white

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 03:11:17 PM »
People like Challenger who have no ability to comprehend why some people may see things differently and then characterize them as stupid sheep who are beneath him is ironically funny and already have their answers if they would bother to look in a mirror

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 09, 2018, 07:51:20 PM »
so what i'm gathering from this is that rape is okay as long as you don't leave any evidence

Yes obviously

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 09, 2018, 07:23:04 PM »
There's an argument to be made about women being already untrusting of the system and potential punishment, regardless of how infrequently it's unjustified, could deter them from speaking up.

We need to tell women to step forward but step forward with evidence

I think this whole rape culture argument in America is just a big misunderstanding. Nobody is saying they won’t listen to women if they come forward but women can’t come forward and expect to be listened to without question

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 09, 2018, 05:55:06 PM »
Virtually no one is saying this. The fact that he had been (and most likely still is) a black-out alcoholic is a witness to his character, and it's absolutely not a good thing.

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I mean he clearly did it, but the main reason he should've been denied for the position was the way he handled the accusations.

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I'm not going to indulge the rest of your post because you're very obviously a complete imbecile. I will say this pseudo-intellectual conservatism pushed by con-men like JBP, Ben Shapiro, and Watson have done irreversible damage to impressionable young people and we won't soon recover from it.

Ok
Just don't pretend as if you didn't already have your mind made up about the guy and you were actually hoping for evidence to change your mind to be presented during the course of this thing. The way you talk about Kavanaugh being a rich white kid, I swear you're on one of those SJW compilations

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 09, 2018, 04:30:24 PM »
Conservative heavy SC now that a bunch of civil rights cases for LGBTQ+ folks are likely going to be hitting the court in the coming years. Yeehaw.

This is probably the saddest part of this whole debacle and all anyone wants to talk about is Trump pardoning himself.
The point here being that this guy and his cronies are destroying the very foundations of American democracy, and if by some miracle the dems are successful in the midterms trump and co will get away with it too. No specific group is going to have the “saddest” outcome, it’s all bad.

And it’s not destroying the foundations of American democracy to bring forward sexual assault allegations as a last second attempt to destroy a man who won’t forward your agenda

Republicans could have crammed Kavanaugh through but they held the hearing, had the investigation, and had a vote

You can flatter Trump but he’s not stronger than two centuries of the most democratic form of government ever created
LOL Under immense pressure they held a sham of a hearing where they all basically delayed each other and most of all Kavanaugh. Or are you such a naive dimwit that Graham’s speech had you in tears, standing up with your hand on your heart pledging allegiance? Why didn’t trump nominate the many other candidates? Is it perhaps because Kavanaugh is the only one who’s going to back trump on pardoning himself?

And what agenda, exactly?

Would you be happy with any of the other conservatives Trump had to choose from? Trump doesn't need Kavanaugh to defend him because in his mind, he's done nothing wrong

What Democrats want is to hold the seat open until November when they win a majority over Republicans and just block every single nomination Trump throws at them so they can continue to uphold Roe v Wade and leftist policies. If Kavanaugh gets in the way, then his life and career are necessary sacrifices

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 09, 2018, 03:24:09 PM »
1. I know it must be hard to imagine what a life-threatening situation feels like from your parents' basement, but people don't accurately remember anything but a few major details. Their brains go into survival mode and throw away unimportant information.

Which is absolutely irrelevant. The unimportant information her brain threw turns out to be vital if you want to actually put together a timeline and gather alibis for both parties

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2. Almost everyone, including Republicans, believe Ford was sexually assaulted. It's pretty obvious she was. The talking point of the Republicans is that she "misremembered" her attacker, which according psychologists simply isn't a thing. One psychologist said she could not remember a single case of a sexual assault victim misremembering a known attacker.

Republicans are just virtue signaling. They're trying to grant her credibility so they don't get completely mauled by the left. I'll just say it straight, I think she's lying

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3. Many trials only have the word of the two parties to go off of. That's why we investigate. More women than Ford came through with testimonies, and Kavanaugh's college roommate even said that he was known for getting black-out drunk and aggressive, and although he had never seen it first hand himself, after talking without other contemporaries of the time, had heard some stories that absolutely fit the narrative.

All without collaborative evidence either. The strongest additional testimony was Ramirez and even that was shaky with her admitting there were holes in her memory and strong evidence that she was driven on by Democrats to come forward. For every allegation of Kavanaugh being a blackout drunk, there are an equal amount refuting them. Dan Murphy, another college roommate, has said that he has never seen Kavanaugh black out and that's he's always treated women with respect

But lets not forget the claim here is rape, not that he drank a lot. You cannot say the man raped a woman because he drank. It's a pathetic show to see you and every other democrat go from rape, to drinking, to he shouldn't be on the SC because he got mad when accused with rape.

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 09, 2018, 01:40:49 PM »
Let me ask you what was suppose to be found

DNA evidence?
A confession?
Video tapes?

Would you be satisfied with anything less than Kavanaugh’s arrest?

I would be satisfied with due process. We convict people of crimes all the time without any of those 3 things you suggested.

I can confidently say that if they managed to have an actual investigation, and came up with only their dick in their hands as far as evidence, I would accept Kavanaugh's confirmation. I still do not think he would be well-suited for the job for a myriad of reasons (partisanship, temperament, professional career history) but he would at least be a reasonable choice as far as this administration goes.

No, instead what we got was a farce of an investigation, and the message to the women of America (who already get criticised when they don't come forward with sexual assault allegations) that they won't be listened to.

No

What we got was a woman who made a claim about something that happened decades ago in an unspecified place and unspecified time with no corroborative evidence. A claim she didn’t tell anybody until decades later. We literally have nothing but her word against his yet she’s more believable for some reason?

There is no case here

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 09, 2018, 01:24:07 PM »
And it’s not destroying the foundations of American democracy to bring forward sexual assault allegations as a last second attempt to destroy a man who won’t forward your agenda

if someone who sexually assaulted me was up for a Supreme Court nomination simply because he was the only judge willing to pardon the president in the event of impeachment, you can bet your ass i'd come forward and try to inform people on just exactly the kind of person they're putting on the supreme court.

you can mock "guilty until proven innocent" or try to say this was all the Dems doing to try and ruin Kavanaugh's reputation all you want but Ford and the other victims were denied a proper investigation by the FBI. this entire trial was a complete farce.

Let me ask you what was suppose to be found

DNA evidence?
A confession?
Video tapes?

Would you be satisfied with anything less than Kavanaugh’s arrest?

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 09, 2018, 12:47:45 PM »
Conservative heavy SC now that a bunch of civil rights cases for LGBTQ+ folks are likely going to be hitting the court in the coming years. Yeehaw.

This is probably the saddest part of this whole debacle and all anyone wants to talk about is Trump pardoning himself.
The point here being that this guy and his cronies are destroying the very foundations of American democracy, and if by some miracle the dems are successful in the midterms trump and co will get away with it too. No specific group is going to have the “saddest” outcome, it’s all bad.

And it’s not destroying the foundations of American democracy to bring forward sexual assault allegations as a last second attempt to destroy a man who won’t forward your agenda

Republicans could have crammed Kavanaugh through but they held the hearing, had the investigation, and had a vote

You can flatter Trump but he’s not stronger than two centuries of the most democratic form of government ever created

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 08, 2018, 05:36:35 PM »
Guilty until proven innocent amirite

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The Flood / Re: Happy Monday to all.
« on: October 08, 2018, 11:09:22 AM »
Waiting

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The Flood / Re: Unbelievable
« on: October 07, 2018, 01:39:52 AM »
I've always disliked the tribal nature of these events

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The Flood / Re: Anyone want a blogpost?
« on: October 04, 2018, 09:26:52 PM »
a society

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The Flood / Re: Best Jolly Rancher?
« on: October 04, 2018, 01:47:52 PM »
I wonder if anyone actually prefers red flavor

Red is rendered redundant by light red

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The Flood / Re: Convince me anyone making more than 250k
« on: October 03, 2018, 08:19:13 PM »
Who’s going to want to be a doctor when they’re going to get robbed if they do

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The Flood / Re: I think the Trump era is gonna mess up 4chan a bit
« on: October 03, 2018, 10:34:21 AM »
Good post good post

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The Flood / Re: Convince me anyone making more than 250k
« on: October 03, 2018, 08:53:18 AM »
Did you lose an argument in class or something
if someone were to shoot you in the head (in a perfectly legal self-defense situation, for example), i wonder how hard it would be to actually take you out, if the situation called for it

i think it would actually be pretty difficult, given how your brain just sort of rattles around in your head like a grain of sand, so it might be kinda hard to know precisely where to aim at any given moment

or maybe it wouldn't matter and the shock would just overcome you, since you don't have a great constitution

idk, just a fun little hypothetical, i would never actually do that to you (unless you were a threat to my life in some way)

What’re you going to be when you grow up

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