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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunksee View Post
    Honestly in a way yea sort of. I voted for him and support him for 2 main reasons. My moral compass points more towards the less political correctness side. I was happy to see someone so willing to speak their mind vs the say the political correct thing. Im tired of everyone complaining their feelings are hurt over everything. The other reason is well how can i word this, oh yea fuck the poor who contribute minimal to society yet take all they can.

    Also honestly being a evangelical the reason they are pushing this is because they want Pence as soon as possible. No other reason to be honest.
    In reality, you support the biggest snowflake of them all and are apparently a bit of a twat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelinrah View Post
    Still, if Trump loses the support of evangelicals then he's done, that's easily half or more of his base.
    The evangelicals don't care what Trump does, so long as he appoints the judges they tell him to appoint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowferal View Post
    They should have called Trump an atheist.
    An atheist cannot win the Republican nomination anymore. They need the Religious Right and gun nuts to even get most of the popular vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowferal View Post
    They should have called Trump an atheist.
    An atheist can not think they're a god.
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  5. #10585
    Quote Originally Posted by Breccia View Post
    An atheist cannot win the Republican nomination anymore. They need the Religious Right and gun nuts to even get most of the popular vote.
    I'm not confident an atheist would even win the Democratic nomination. Certainly would never win the general election regardless of party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunksee View Post
    oh yea fuck the poor who contribute minimal to society yet take all they can.

    Also honestly being a evangelical the reason they are pushing this is because they want Pence as soon as possible. No other reason to be honest.
    As someone who grew up evangelical, these two things being literally back to back would have shamed every pastor I ever listened to.

  7. #10587
    Quote Originally Posted by Trunksee View Post
    My moral compass points more towards the less political correctness side. I was happy to see someone so willing to speak their mind vs the say the political correct thing. Im tired of everyone complaining their feelings are hurt over everything.
    rofl

    So you supported a man who literally wanted people/organizations to be barred from accurately reporting the reprehensible garbage he says and does saying mean things about him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Trunksee View Post
    fuck the poor who contribute minimal to society yet take all they can
    Well, I hope you've never objected to being called deplorable. Since this is pretty much the definition.

    Although why would you object to it? The people calling you that were just "speaking their minds vs saying the politically correct thing," right? So pathetic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunksee View Post
    Honestly in a way yea sort of. I voted for him and support him for 2 main reasons. My moral compass points more towards the less political correctness side. I was happy to see someone so willing to speak their mind vs the say the political correct thing. Im tired of everyone complaining their feelings are hurt over everything. The other reason is well how can i word this, oh yea fuck the poor who contribute minimal to society yet take all they can.
    Same here, but I also value truth... so no way I'll ever support conservative politicians.

  9. #10589
    Quote Originally Posted by Rochana View Post
    Same here, but I also value truth... so no way I'll ever support conservative politicians.
    You also have a moral compass that points you toward the less politically correct people and yet you also think "fuck the poor"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunksee View Post
    Honestly in a way yea sort of. I voted for him and support him for 2 main reasons. My moral compass points more towards the less political correctness side. I was happy to see someone so willing to speak their mind vs the say the political correct thing. Im tired of everyone complaining their feelings are hurt over everything. The other reason is well how can i word this, oh yea fuck the poor who contribute minimal to society yet take all they can.

    Also honestly being a evangelical the reason they are pushing this is because they want Pence as soon as possible. No other reason to be honest.
    I remember a time the right wing used the following excuse.
    ''they are just stating what everybody is thinking''
    Now it's
    ''insert random complaining about being PC''

    Looking back to that argument and looking at the current argument it seems obvious that the argument changed from being ''honest'' to ''I want to be an asshole and you need to like it''.

    And honestly, you don't even really know what ''politically correct'' really means.

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    If he has such a tiny chance of being removed from office and will still be able to run in 2020, wasnt the impeachment a huge waste of time and taxpayers money?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winter Blossom View Post
    If he has such a tiny chance of being removed from office and will still be able to run in 2020, wasnt the impeachment a huge waste of time and taxpayers money?
    It exposes the republican party even more, since it is popular with over half the country and popular among independents. And what should we do regarding impeachment? A person commits crimes, breaks his oath, and we just ignore it because it isn't politically possible to remove him so just let him run free?
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    Black women are racist. Im the one trying to make her[my wife] behave like white people and not say it out loud.
    Totally not racist

  13. #10593
    Quote Originally Posted by Trunksee View Post
    Honestly in a way yea sort of. I voted for him and support him for 2 main reasons. My moral compass points more towards the less political correctness side. I was happy to see someone so willing to speak their mind vs the say the political correct thing. Im tired of everyone complaining their feelings are hurt over everything. The other reason is well how can i word this, oh yea fuck the poor who contribute minimal to society yet take all they can.

    Also honestly being a evangelical the reason they are pushing this is because they want Pence as soon as possible. No other reason to be honest.
    You voted for him because your feelings were hurt over self-identifying as a deplorable, and also because you're tired of everyone complaining their feelings are hurt. Also, fuck the poor.

    Exhibit A in why I really don't want to hear another fucking thing about how Democrats need to empathize with / cater to this particular subset of voters

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_bushido View Post
    rofl

    So you supported a man who literally wanted people/organizations to be barred from accurately reporting the reprehensible garbage he says and does saying mean things about him.


    Well, I hope you've never objected to being called deplorable. Since this is pretty much the definition.

    Although why would you object to it? The people calling you that were just "speaking their minds vs saying the politically correct thing," right? So pathetic.
    No honestly if i were poor and someone was trying to take stuff im getting for free from me id call me a deplorable too. I consider myself more of an asshole and i know it. I dont like helping people who put no effort into society. Especially illegals who get things from our government. I like a guy who speaks his mind. The rich will never pay for any of this. They are the biggest donors to the political parties. They may be saying the rich will pay but they are lying to you. It will be paid for by everyone. Even of your not using something youll pay. This is why i cant trust the dems.

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    I feel like Pelosi deserves her own Megathread for being a boss: https://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/p...cconnell-snide

    "Just one day after leading the charge to impeach President Trump in the House of Representatives, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) sat for an interview with Politico, brushing off Republican attempts to paint her delay in delivering the articles to the Senate as a sign of weakness.

    On Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suggesting she was “too afraid” to deliver a “shoddy work product” to the Senate, Pelosi said: “Oh pfft,” according to Politico. “Fear is never a word used with me. You should know right away. … I’m never afraid and I’m rarely surprised.”

    On House Republicans at times obscure behavior during the House debate and vote on the articles of impeachment Wednesday: “Some of them don’t believe in the Constitution. … They didn’t act upon it, they acted completely against it. They believe in Donald Trump,” she told Politico.

    On the recent increase in House Republican lawmakers announcing retirements: “It means that they know they’re gonna lose,” she reportedly said. “And if you win, you’re going to serve in the minority under a Democratic president. You may want to spend more time with your family.”"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunksee View Post
    No honestly if i were poor and someone was trying to take stuff im getting for free from me id call me a deplorable too. I consider myself more of an asshole and i know it. I dont like helping people who put no effort into society. Especially illegals who get things from our government. I like a guy who speaks his mind. The rich will never pay for any of this. They are the biggest donors to the political parties. They may be saying the rich will pay but they are lying to you. It will be paid for by everyone. Even of your not using something youll pay. This is why i cant trust the dems.
    It really baffles me how people not only openly profess crab mentality, but also think it's a reasonable, justifiable outlook on life.

    Because that's your entire position, here. Crab mentality. It doesn't go any deeper than that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    You also have a moral compass that points you toward the less politically correct people and yet you also think "fuck the poor"?
    Yes.

    But only the ones that do absolutely nothing.

  18. #10598
    Quote Originally Posted by Rochana View Post
    Yes.

    But only the ones that do absolutely nothing.
    Ok, but there are rich people who do absolutely nothing and still benefit plenty from society, so it's not really the activity level you're objecting to.

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    *sings* Trump nuts roasting on an open fire.
    "You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levelfive View Post
    Ok, but there are rich people who do absolutely nothing and still benefit plenty from society, so it's not really the activity level you're objecting to.
    They're both just as bad.

    The slobs, abusive, drug-addicted, lazy at the bottom or those at the top. There is no difference between them.

    The horse-shoe theory applies here.

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