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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

    Quote Originally Posted by Einzige View Post
    What "third gender"? Are you hitting on me?
    And there it is for all to see.

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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

    Quote Originally Posted by Einzige View Post
    What it actually indicates is that the staffers for these caucus members ought to be unemployed, as they're apparently incapable of doing the slightest things that Congressional staffers ought to do - like study the symbolic value of historical locations.
    No, what this article and this thread indicate is how absurd American politics have become. I would not expect anyone to know the history behind the name of that room unless they were a student or teacher of the relevant subject. The fact that you do is a complete and total joke.
    I'm already gearing up for Finger Vote 2014.

    Just for reference, means my post was a giant steaming pile of sarcasm.

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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

    Quote Originally Posted by Einzige View Post
    Although, to be honest, even if minorities are beyond their reach, white middle-class women surely aren't. They'd just need to appeal to them in the way Bill Clinton appealed to the "soccer moms" of the 1990s - PORN ON TELEVISION! VIOLENCE IN THE MEDIA! etc. Microtargeted 'moral issues' would fit like a hand in a glove with their preexisting Religious Right base.

    Moral hysteria moves the white women of this nation like no other phenomenon, and no other group of individuals are as good at exploiting moral hysteria as the Grand Ol' Party.
    I bet GOP strategists have binders filled with women and pornography.

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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

    Have to wonder if they have a rock there that they call niggerhead.
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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

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    So it is the third gender. That would account for the pathology of angry superiority.

    No one else would have brought up and insulted Christianity.
    You're suggesting he is not explicitly male or female (like the berdache?), because he has the audacity to correctly perceive a symbolical and linguistic problem (the latter being the biggest problem) for a Republican trying to woo said minorities?
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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    You're suggesting he is not explicitly male or female (like the berdache?), because he has the audacity to correctly perceive a symbolical and linguistic problem (the latter being the biggest problem) for a Republican trying to woo said minorities?
    No, that is incorrect. Ezig posts vile hatred and rage against the United States all day, every day. Everything and everyone are rotten. It is important to illustrate that he is not motivated by an honest sense of altruism in resolving political issues that may play out unfairly in some cases. His is the pathological hatred and superiority of the homosexual pathology, attached to issues that others are kind enough to respond to with sincerity and honesty. Nothing will mitigate the internal hate, the urge to destroy, certainly not honest political discussion. His continual vile smears of all institutions and matters that constitute the United States, is extremely offensive.

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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray410 View Post
    No, that is incorrect. Ezig posts vile hatred and rage against the United States all day, every day. Everything and everyone are rotten. It is important to illustrate that he is not motivated by an honest sense of altruism in resolving political issues that may play out unfairly in some cases. His is the pathological hatred and superiority of the homosexual pathology, attached to issues that others are kind enough to respond to with sincerity and honesty. Nothing will mitigate the internal hate, the urge to destroy, certainly not honest political discussion. His continual vile smears of all institutions and matters that constitute the United States, is extremely offensive.
    No, he hasn't. I have seen his posts since he first started here, and seeing as how you haven't, I am more intrigued by this conclusion which you had derived only in this thread. He has mostly been concerned with developing a correct party platform for Republicans or Libertarians with his political tendencies. Now, if a lot of things can be levied at him, it would usually only be that at times he may misinterpret platforms or their historical developments. That's it. I have seen almost nothing that is a vile hatred of this country. To say he is against this country is not only incorrect, but it's also fairly insulting to him and to the rest of us who have to read your post.

    Secondly, I have seen nothing here that demonstrates the superior nature of homosexuality. The only one who brought that up is you, in your wild chase to find something that motivates his posting. The only thing I have ever seen the man suggest is that the Party needs to accept homosexuality; not as a superior orientation, but as an orientation that deserves respect. Now, while you disagree, and I stand on the opposite end of you on this matter, what is profoundly insulting is your vile rhetoric against homosexuals and then your attempt to say that he is one. If he is a homosexual, that is his business to know and his business to share at his will.

    Stay on topic and stop making a fool of this place.
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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

    Wow, thank you, Fiddytree. You put more effort into defending me than I would have. :P

    Seriously, man. Much appreciated.
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    Re: House Republican caucus bungles "Communicating with Minorities and Women" meeting

    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalEvilDan View Post
    No, what this article and this thread indicate is how absurd American politics have become. I would not expect anyone to know the history behind the name of that room unless they were a student or teacher of the relevant subject. The fact that you do is a complete and total joke.
    Well, the word "plantation" might have at least raised an eyebrow, seeing as though that word carries strong connection with slavery. (yes, obviously, merely being a plantation doesn't automatically mean slaves worked it, but that is the first thing most people think about when hearing it)

    It's a face-palm moment, to be sure. As is the fact that the GOP has to hold meetings on communicating with minorities. Because how do you talk to these people, right?

    But hey, they're trying. At least they're trying.
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