View Poll Results: Has "racism" been overplayed as a bludgeon to use on political opponents?

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Thread: Has "racism" been overplayed as a bludgeon to use on political opponents?

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    Re: Has "racism" been overplayed as a bludgeon to use on political opponents?

    Quote Originally Posted by The German View Post
    Unlike them, we actualy learned from history.



    Imagine what would happen to a person if they marched down Alexanderplatz in Berlin with a swastiker flag?



    What?
    The confederate flag is nothing like the swastika... You seem to know nothing of American history to try to imply as such

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    Re: Has "racism" been overplayed as a bludgeon to use on political opponents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Papa bull View Post
    The question is pretty straight forward.
    Never ever have anonymous polls here, they get jacked and you won't ever get an accurate reading

    the answer is yes



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    Re: Has "racism" been overplayed as a bludgeon to use on political opponents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Papa bull View Post
    The question is pretty straight forward.
    The straight forward answer is of course no.
    There are individuals that use racism when there is none and there are individuals that claim someone is just playing the race card when there is in fact real racism. In the big picture though it's not overused because those people are typically recognized as part of the problem.
    "We are never done with lessons, not while we live"

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