To which the guy says "I don't think I support any of the republicans and NOT UNDERSTANDABLE I think all of them should probably be put to death"
And then his friend says "that's a little harsh"
To which the first guy responds "no, it isn't".
At least that is what I understood.
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Face it, Obama is a "very unsettling" President. And don't even pretend that even as President he doesn't use "coded messages" and "racial taunts" to get his puppets fired up. It's just another reason why he is not fit to be President.
Irony?And it is not just racist, it is total intolerance of the other side.
Started by Hillary Clinton supporters.Whether it is all this birther stuff,
If people stop advocating for socialism, or just admitted that it is socialist, they wouldn't have it pointed out all the time.all the socialist stuff,
Also an extreme minority.all the muslim stuff.
Are you just regurgitating random talking points now? When did we start talking about Republican primaries?It is very typical of the very right part of the republican party and because they hold a key demographic inside the republican party (together with the very very Christian section of the republican party) that main stream candidates have to go way over the the right to get primary votes from these parts of the republican party to even stand a chance to get the republican nominee.And after that they have to do a 180 degree turn to the middle to attract the voters that will make that candidate president. But due to all the comments he has had to make to placate the tea party and the Christian right, he has provided the democrats with a highlight reel that they can use against the republican candidate in the campaign.
Republicans make it harder for republicans to be elected because they constantly prove the adage of both parties being the same as true, and they refuse to break this idea that parroting the Democrats is somehow the moderate position, pushing a large segment of the American right into apathy or third parties, like the libertarian party.They do not intend to, but the tea party and people like Rick Santorum are making it harder for republican presidential candidates to get elected.
That's why I said it was typical. Don't use others failings to justify your own though, you should know better than to judge an entire group of people by the minority. Or do you believe the "very very right" necessarily implies racism?Also, I agree that some of my posts have knee-jerk responses in there but please also see that what I get back in responses (not pointing the finger at specific people) also have a lot of knee-jerk responses in them. We all are guilty of that practice, especially when it comes to subjects like racism and partisan politics because we care and we have strong feelings about them.
One who makes himself a worm cannot complain when tread upon.