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I am a new A2K member

 
 
Baldimo
 
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Reply Tue 8 Aug, 2017 10:43 am
@roger,
He set the 2nd account up a couple of years ago to separate his 2 accounts as the RR account was linked to his professional life and he didn't want his fascist talk here to pollute it.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Tue 8 Aug, 2017 12:13 pm
Fascist . . . that's the new, witless conservative term for anyone who is not to the right of Genghis Khan, right? Pathetic . . . and pretty damned ignorant, too. Fascists are conservative.
layman
 
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Reply Tue 8 Aug, 2017 12:14 pm
@Setanta,
Setanta wrote:

Fascist . . . that's the new, witless conservative term for anyone who is not to the right of Genghis Khan, right? Pathetic . . . and pretty damned ignorant, too. Fascists are conservative.


Well, that post makes absolutely no sense, eh?
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Baldimo
 
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Reply Tue 8 Aug, 2017 12:45 pm
@Setanta,
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Fascist . . . that's the new, witless conservative term for anyone who is not to the right of Genghis Khan, right? Pathetic . . . and pretty damned ignorant, too. Fascists are conservative.

Sorry Set, this is the word of choice for those on the left who find disagreement distasteful. Have you not been paying attention to the news lately, fascists are marching on college campuses and shutting down speakers they disagree with. The left has come full circle and brought the Brown Shirts back into style on college campuses.

Setanta
 
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Reply Tue 8 Aug, 2017 05:38 pm
@Baldimo,
In case you haven't read the constitution lately, the first amendment gives people the right peaceably to assemble. If the people who assemble are not peaceable, duly constituted law enforcement is perfectly justified in shutting them down. How are speakers "shut down" by people marching? Are you opposed to people exercising their constitutional rights?

Fascists, like all conservative authoritarians, send in the police to shut down any type of assembly and consider no assembly to be lawful. That's the kind of thing you and your buddies at Fox advocate when college students march and protest. Don't fee med your phony baloney attempts to be a reasonable voice, you're not. I haven't forgotten your lame claims that you're not white and your wife is not wife, after you made your "n***** music" remark. You are anything but reasonable, and you're not being reasonable with this fascist sh*t either. In your case, the term deplorable has a particular resonance.
layman
 
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Reply Tue 8 Aug, 2017 08:35 pm
@Setanta,
Setanta wrote:
In case you haven't read the constitution lately, the first amendment gives people the right peaceably to assemble. How are speakers "shut down" by people marching?

Have you read the news lately? Groups like antifa (for "anti-fascist") and whose motto is "by whatever means necessary," have been beating the hell out of their "opponents" (i.e., those who don't agree with their ideas or mehtods) with weapons, gassing them, and other means of violence on college campuses, and other public venues, all over the country. That's in addition to the hundreds of thousands of dollars of property damage they cause by setting fires, breaking windows, trashing vehicles, etc. to "make their point."

They have been successful in forcing a number so scheduled speakers to cancel their speeches. This is what Baldy was talking about, and you want to go on some irrelevant rant about "peaceable assembly!?"

Get a clue sometime, willya? The pompous-ass buffoonery gets old after a spell, ya know?

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glitterbag
 
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Reply Wed 9 Aug, 2017 08:13 am
@layman,
I suppose in some quarters that passes as clever...........in all other quarters is considered crass and pig ignorant.
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glitterbag
 
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Reply Wed 9 Aug, 2017 08:21 am
@Winnie65,
I'm sorry Winnie, I shouldn't have barked at anyone on your 'hello' thread. Not all of the topics get ugly, I hope all your subsequent postings turn out better.
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Baldimo
 
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Reply Wed 9 Aug, 2017 10:58 am
@Setanta,
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In case you haven't read the constitution lately, the first amendment gives people the right peaceably to assemble. If the people who assemble are not peaceable, duly constituted law enforcement is perfectly justified in shutting them down. How are speakers "shut down" by people marching? Are you opposed to people exercising their constitutional rights?

Are you really going to try and pass Antifa off as people who are peaceably assembling? Did you not see what they have been doing across the US since the election?

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Fascists, like all conservative authoritarians, send in the police to shut down any type of assembly and consider no assembly to be lawful.

Now that is a load of **** if I have ever read it. I guess we see a difference between what is lawful and peaceful assembly. Blocking traffic and starting riots is I guess your version of peaceful and lawful...

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That's the kind of thing you and your buddies at Fox advocate when college students march and protest.

Violence and rioting at Berkeley is peaceful? Shutting down speakers you don't agree with by any means is lawful protest?

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Don't fee med your phony baloney attempts to be a reasonable voice, you're not.

I'm a very reasonable voice with people who can be reasoned with, the down side of this website is that a majority of those on the left, you included, can't be reasoned with. The extreme leftism on this site prevents it.

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I haven't forgotten your lame claims that you're not white and your wife is not wife, after you made your "n***** music" remark.

I don't consider myself white and I don't really look white, I have an olive complexion and I tan very dark. Sorry I don't fit YOUR mold, but in this day and age, we can consider ourselves anything we want, can't we? If not, then the whole transgender argument from the left is pointless BS.

Not sure what you mean by "your wife is not wife" and I'm drawing a blank on the "n***** music" comment, you will have to refresh my memory and provide some links. Seeing as how my ex-wife and both of my sons are part black, I've never been a fan of the N word.

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You are anything but reasonable, and you're not being reasonable with this fascist sh*t either. In your case, the term deplorable has a particular resonance.

I'm not being reasonable about this fascist ****? You mean the fact that kids on college campus have been using violence on campus to shut down speakers they don't like? How about the Antifa fuckers causing riots in the streets and promoting violence against anyone on the right? What about these comments are "unreasonable"?
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