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#1 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 10 hours ago

I think churches should pay taxes since they play such a heavy role in politics

#2 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 12 hours ago

Randall Flagg wrote:
mitchejw wrote:
misterID wrote:

How could so much could fly over your head?

Not a single person in this thread has said anything negative about immigrants. And if my great, great, great great, great grand parents were from Ireland I'm not a child of immigrants. Not that it matters, that talking point was always meant to be condescending. If you can't see why the left is so adamant about not fixing the boarders and are pro illegal immigration that's on you.

You have perfectly validated my point.

I don’t want self-righteous assholes like yourself getting to say I’ve been here for generations.

The whole policy’s foundation is a bunch people like you who are at best ambivalent about the fact that you’re reaping the benefits of what someone did in your lineage a century ago.

You don’t get to have it both ways in my eyes.

If you think all this is about is Democrat’s securing votes then you’re a damn fool.


Where do you come up with this stuff?  Do you realize how off the mark and dishonest all of this is?  No one, I repeat no one has made any claim that someone whose ancestors migrated here 400 years ago has any greater claim to this nation than someone who gained citizenship recently or is a 2nd or 3rd generation American.  You're saying this because you can't justify why allowing millions of central americans to illegally enter this nation and stay here is desirable, let alone based in any legal or moral code. 

ID said illegal immigration has turned California from Red to Blue.  You asked for evidence, because as always you don't have a clue.  Then when I link and provide that info, you pass it off as if you already knew that and forget that you asked for evidence just a post earlier.  You're a complete joke.

You can't support your opinions with evidence, so you distort and fabricate the opinions of others so you can post some insults and pat yourself on the back for being a good progressive.  It's really, really sad.

Here is your patron saint, saying we need to do exactly what Trump has said and saying there is a humanitarian crisis at the border at the 2:50 mark

"Our direct messages is don't send your children to our borders" - Barack Obama July, 2014

"My job in the executive branch is the enforce the laws congress has passed" - Barack Obama, September 2013

You want to call me dishonest while you take the former's president's words out of context to loosely support your meandering claims.

Give it up man...you're the one that's uninformed. Who gives a shit about Maryland? You seem cool with gerrymandering...great, have a party.

It's a retarded argument to say that immigrants turned a state. Mind mindbogglingly retarded. You're creating an argument in reverse.

This dishonesty you portray in this thread is a unique brand of dishonesty.

#3 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 35 hours ago

misterID wrote:

How could so much could fly over your head?

Not a single person in this thread has said anything negative about immigrants. And if my great, great, great great, great grand parents were from Ireland I'm not a child of immigrants. Not that it matters, that talking point was always meant to be condescending. If you can't see why the left is so adamant about not fixing the boarders and are pro illegal immigration that's on you.

You have perfectly validated my point.

I don’t want self-righteous assholes like yourself getting to say I’ve been here for generations.

The whole policy’s foundation is a bunch people like you who are at best ambivalent about the fact that you’re reaping the benefits of what someone did in your lineage a century ago.

You don’t get to have it both ways in my eyes.

If you think all this is about is Democrat’s securing votes then you’re a damn fool.

#4 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 2 days ago

I’m sorry you think there’s more to it...but there really isn’t...

The people that  are 3rd generation (and beyond) here seem to think they were not the children of immigrants.

I can’t get past the selfishness. There’s no morality in that...it’s just the same old shit over and over.

Natives vs the newbies....

#5 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 2 days ago

Randall Flagg wrote:
mitchejw wrote:
Randall Flagg wrote:

Seriously?  Why don't you spend 5 minutes on wikipedia looking at presidential and governor elections the past 50 years and demographic changes in California.  There are now more Hispanics in the state than Caucasians. In 1980, 67% of California was white, and 19% was hispanic.  Today 40% are Hispanic and 37% are white.  Try getting informed.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demograph … California

Nah...i knew all that...don’t need to hear it from you.

Despite using awful sentence structure and poor grammar all i got from ID was “i was her first.”

Therefore the logical conclusion is the because you were here first that all rules should be dictated by who was here first.

How about you get informed Flagg?


yikes17

Get to your fucking point before i get bored again.

You are only here because of immigration Flagg.

#6 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 2 days ago

Randall Flagg wrote:
mitchejw wrote:
misterID wrote:

People say it's fear on the part of white folks of the oncoming "Browning of America" and never ever think about the other side of that coin. People who really want that turn to happen as a means of power, which bleeds into their stance on immigration and a slew of other things. Illegal immigration turned California from red to blue.  It's why they're obsessed with Texas.

Btw, it's a myth. The majority of Hispanics identify as white. The majority of interracial families are white men and Hispanic women, and it's growing. Their children are not counted in any of the studies, nor what race Hispanics identify as, that make that claim.... And if anyone spent any time in the South you'd see it. I'll guarantee you many of those old white crackers at a Trump rally more than likely have mixed race grandkids.

Wtf is this fragmented thinking?

What evidence do you have of this claim about California?

This post shows a lot of compartmentizing....things don’t happen in a vacuum.

Seriously?  Why don't you spend 5 minutes on wikipedia looking at presidential and governor elections the past 50 years and demographic changes in California.  There are now more Hispanics in the state than Caucasians. In 1980, 67% of California was white, and 19% was hispanic.  Today 40% are Hispanic and 37% are white.  Try getting informed.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demograph … California

Nah...i knew all that...don’t need to hear it from you.

Despite using awful sentence structure and poor grammar all i got from ID was “i was her first.”

Therefore the logical conclusion is the because you were here first that all rules should be dictated by who was here first.

How about you get informed Flagg?

#7 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 2 days ago

misterID wrote:

People say it's fear on the part of white folks of the oncoming "Browning of America" and never ever think about the other side of that coin. People who really want that turn to happen as a means of power, which bleeds into their stance on immigration and a slew of other things. Illegal immigration turned California from red to blue.  It's why they're obsessed with Texas.

Btw, it's a myth. The majority of Hispanics identify as white. The majority of interracial families are white men and Hispanic women, and it's growing. Their children are not counted in any of the studies, nor what race Hispanics identify as, that make that claim.... And if anyone spent any time in the South you'd see it. I'll guarantee you many of those old white crackers at a Trump rally more than likely have mixed race grandkids.

Wtf is this fragmented thinking?

What evidence do you have of this claim about California?

This post shows a lot of compartmentizing....things don’t happen in a vacuum.

#8 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 3 days ago

buzzsaw wrote:
mitchejw wrote:
misterID wrote:

Did you see Seth Myers bring her on his show strictly to tell her to stop criticizing Omar? I thought her line, "What are you, her publicist?" was pretty good.

Well, you're one of them. You can be grateful for your business, your life, and the ability to be online and be as big of an obnoxious ignoramus as you want. What happened to the ignore feature?

Well...yes those are things to be grateful for but to whom or what should i be grateful?

To you? Is that what you’re implying?

Start with living in a country where you can act like a douche and wind up as President or maybe just a tool on a gnr board obsessed with the President.

Guess it’s just a matter of time before I’m president then.

#9 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 3 days ago

misterID wrote:

Did you see Seth Myers bring her on his show strictly to tell her to stop criticizing Omar? I thought her line, "What are you, her publicist?" was pretty good.

mitchejw wrote:
misterID wrote:

Foreign born citizens are usually FAR more patriotic than a bunch of ungrateful spoiled brats who were born here.

This board is filled with them.

But tell me though...just who or what are we all supposed to be grateful to? Jeebus? The flag?

Well, you're one of them. You can be grateful for your business, your life, and the ability to be online and be as big of an obnoxious ignoramus as you want. What happened to the ignore feature?

Well...yes those are things to be grateful for but to whom or what should i be grateful?

To you? Is that what you’re implying?

#10 Re: The Garden » US Politics Thread » 3 days ago

misterID wrote:

Foreign born citizens are usually FAR more patriotic than a bunch of ungrateful spoiled brats who were born here.

This board is filled with them.

But tell me though...just who or what are we all supposed to be grateful to? Jeebus? The flag?

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