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Old 08-28-2017, 02:03 AM   #121
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Please, please, please pick up a history book. A real one. Try one that is pre-internet too, just to get a different perspective.
I'm not sure these sort of history books are allowed anymore. These sort of history books showed the near conquest of Europe by the Muslims (if not for two key battles: Tours and Vienna). Now, the history books only show European atrocities...
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Old 08-28-2017, 02:10 AM   #122
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2020? Stuck with him till then, aren't we? And you can vote him out if you still have a constitution then
Should I expect that that we won't have a Constitution in 2020? The Armed Forces swear allegiance to the Constitution . The Right seems to love the Constitution. The Left...not so much. However, the Left is probably going to lose even more congressional seats in 2018...

Whether or not Trump wins in 2020 really depends on the economy, not the ever shrinking influence of the Left. . If the economy is going well ( a general indicator of national heath), I predict he will win a second term. If it isn't - then the Dems are reliant on the strength and charisma of the Democrat candidate.
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Old 08-28-2017, 04:30 AM   #123
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I'm not arguing for the displaced working class whites, a cornerstone of the White Nationalist movement. I am arguing that the Democrat-led mass immigration and globalization policies negatively impacted the working class blacks. Do you disagree? Or do you think that that mass immigration and globalization policies were somehow beneficial to the black working class?


You're arguing a ghost.

I'm arguing that Republican-led trickle down economics negatively impacted black working class. Do you disagree? Or do you think that trickle down never got to them economics were somehow beneficial to the black working class?

Because it can only be one piece, puzzles only get completed by one piece. Your argument is cringeworthy on so many levels.
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Old 08-28-2017, 04:46 AM   #124
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Should I expect that that we won't have a Constitution in 2020? The Armed Forces swear allegiance to the Constitution . The Right seems to love the Constitution. The Left...not so much.

You mean the right CLAIM to love the Constitution, right?

You hired a man child that wants a monarchy, come on? You can no longer play that card.
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Old 08-28-2017, 04:52 AM   #125
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You mean the right CLAIM to love the Constitution, right?

You hired a man child that wants a monarchy, come on? You can no longer play that card.
If he can pretend that globalization was invented by US democrats and was the sole reason for poverty in black communities in the USA, then I don't see why he can't play that card.

Coherency in posts don't hide lunacy in its core.
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Old 08-28-2017, 05:36 AM   #126
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I'm not sure these sort of history books are allowed anymore. These sort of history books showed the near conquest of Europe by the Muslims (if not for two key battles: Tours and Vienna). Now, the history books only show European atrocities...
i think people here are talking about recent history, not, you know, the 700s
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"There is no institutional racism, at least not that I can see. So hey how about how cheap immigrant labor took away all the good low paying jobs from the blacks, huh?"
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institutional racism isn't making the blacks have all these fatherless children! Now excuse me while I go vote to defund Obamacare and Planned Parenthood.
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Old 08-28-2017, 07:42 AM   #129
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I have always hated the characterization of "The Left" and "The Right" as a monolith, as if people who lean one way or another are incapable of having different ideas on things. So everyone on The Left hates the Constitution? Really? What makes you say that?

Also, Trump is lifting the ban on selling military equipment to local police forces. Fun.
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You're arguing a ghost.

I'm arguing that Republican-led trickle down economics negatively impacted black working class. Do you disagree?
No, I do not disagree. It accelerated the decline of the black working class that was initiated by mass immigration and expanded by globalization.

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Or do you think that trickle down never got to them economics were somehow beneficial to the black working class?
By the time of Reagan, the decline of the black working class was almost complete and the inner-cities were war zones. Reagan's trickle-down economic policies would have little impact by this time, since the working class jobs were given to new immigrants and/or shipped overseas (here is where Reagan was certainly wrong, working with the Democrats to ship jobs overseas)
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"There is no institutional racism, at least not that I can see. So hey how about how cheap immigrant labor took away all the good low paying jobs from the blacks, huh?"
I surely hope the Democrats didn't actually target the black communities while at the same time represent them, I was only suggesting it was a consequence of mass immigration.
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i think people here are talking about recent history, not, you know, the 700s
The Democrat Party 1865 = Supports Slavery (Cheap Labor)
The Democrat Party 1965 = Supports Mass Immigration from Third World (Cheap Labor)
The Democrat Party Today = Supports Illegal Immigration - paid pennies on the dollar (Cheap Labor)
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This guy, amirite?!?
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The Democrat Party 1865 = Supports Slavery (Cheap Labor)
The Democrat Party 1965 = Supports Mass Immigration from Third World (Cheap Labor)
The Democrat Party Today = Supports Illegal Immigration - paid pennies on the dollar (Cheap Labor)
You're right, that's a totally accurate and not at all unfair and grossly over-simplistic generalization.
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Aeon, the Republican Party currently has control of the government. What bills, proposed laws, new initiatives and/or social programs have they put forth to help rectify the problems in black communities that you're so concerned about?

Be specific, please.
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