Q collective temper tantrum. The worst part is that I'm seeing family members on Facebook seriously talking about something this retarded.
What's funny is that people act as if this question hasn't come up before and been fairly conclusively decided. And that it isn't, you know, treasonous.
What's not funny is how people still talk about the Confederacy as something other than armed insurrection and the Stars and Bars as a symbol of "tradition", rather than what it really stands for.
People like to make fun of the Germans for being Nazis but at least they take the shame of their past seriously. I mean, it's literally a crime to deny the Holocaust in Germany. You can be sent to jail for it. Yet here we put up statues of Robert E. Lee and name middle schools after Stonewall Jackson.
I am not sure I would trust the issue of secession to form a new government to a petition writer who cannot spell "bureaucratic"...
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."
I have to be honest Jared, he does support the current president that happens to be black, I see no way at all he could be a racist, he is also a liberal, and everyone knows they can seek out all the real racist, each and every time they label.
So, if my memory serves, you better tell your wife, she is going to be disappointed to find out that not only are you a white guy, but you're a racist white guy.
I mean, this is a whole thread about white people talking armed rebellion against the government. But no, thank God Obama won because otherwise young black males would have burned down America.
Jared's post not only had racial undertone it actually was a racial comment.
How much clearer can you stereotype young black males? And if you are defending a racial comment like that you are as guilty as the one posting it.But young black males who already feel the system is against them (I realize it is to an extent), what do you think they are going to do when they see their hero get beat by an old white man?
"You may think that you are some kind of god to these people. But we both know what you really are."
"What's that? A criminal?"
"Worse. A politician."
Source: Under The Dome
Look, you partisans all have your crutches you depend on, if I hear one more republican whine about what Obama spends I'm going to scream, just like they have no room to talk about obamacare as I have explained before.
The democrats are no better, as you continuously whine about the Bush tax cuts (like that will fix anything), and you real hard liners are absolutely obsessed with racism, it's your favorite tool in your tool pouch.
It really is fine though, it means nothing, you only use it as a partisan attack, because most of your beliefs are only formed through your party's current activities.
You guys are fine with war and torture now that the president has a d after his name.
Maybe we should dig up those old torture and Bush is a war monger threads to show how many of you left wingers are full of it.
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Which party was insisting that the current sitting President is a socialist, commie, Keynan born, mans-best-friend eatin, muslim with terrorist ties, who is secretly plotting to take away everyones guns and leave them defenseless? I forgot.
All of those comments were clearly made in the interest of peace and love.
And twitter is serious business:
http://www.newsmax.com/newswidget/tr...n=widgetphase1Trump took to Twitter to air his grievances late Tuesday after Obama defeated Republican Mitt Romney.
“He lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!”
Clearly meant a cupcake revolution.
http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-...ons-unanswered"Ignorance is not an excuse" were the words Goodell used when describing why those involved in the Saints bounty scandal would not avoid punishment.