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#102627 - canyou
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Have you guys seen MSNBC's ominous and awkward warning to the Clinton campaign about Trump?

Notice how he ends the sentence with "even rape..."
#102619 - pebar ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
top kek,
as they say....
#102728 to #102619 - youregaylol
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(01/07/2016) [-]
>mocking other political beliefs as infantile and appealing to losers
>is a libertarian
#102634 to #102619 - Zaxplab
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Nazis and Commies shouldn't be considered real Americans.
#102666 to #102634 - anon
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Woody Guthrie- This Land Is Your Land Woody Guthrie was a Communist.
#102639 to #102634 - pebar ONLINE
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(01/07/2016) [-]
I love these
#102621 to #102619 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>claim to be masterrace
>somehow get smeggledorfed by the inferior race time and time again
#102729 to #102621 - youregaylol
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Would Mike Tyson be less of a boxer than his opponent if his opponent won the fight by stabbing him?
#102731 to #102729 - thumbfortrump
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Boxing has established rules. The acquisition of power in real life doesn't.
#102733 to #102731 - youregaylol
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(01/07/2016) [-]
The acquisition of power can take many forms, many involving honor, strength, wisdom, and temperance.

It can also take on the form of deception, bribery, low cunning, and intimidation.

The latter group of people has an advantage over the former in our modern society.

The idea that there are no established rules to gain power is a byproduct of the times we live in.

Is it your contention that jews do not have a disproportionate amount or influence in media and finance?
#102739 to #102733 - thumbfortrump
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Do you believe in darwinism? Survival of the fittest?

I would also use deception and low cunning if my enemy wished to end me and my family. You will never, ever believe a jew can be a good person. In your world, it is simply impossible for someone born by jewish parents to be good. Why then, if this is your belief, should he ever approach you with honor and temperance?

About the amount of jewish people in media and finance, this is not for me to decide. This is decided by people themselves whether they want to use these medias and banks or not. If this is a good thing I'm not sure. But I will never decide that people should be banned from using them.
#102744 to #102739 - youregaylol
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(01/07/2016) [-]
"You will never, ever believe a jew can be a good person. In your world, it is simply impossible for someone born by jewish parents to be good."

Is that stereotyping I hear? Because I'm right wing I must hate all jews? Not very tolerant of you, almost a hate crime.

I don't wish any harm on any jewish person simply because they're jewish. i do wish harm on the people attacking and dismantling my race and culture. It just so happens that many on these people are jews, but they're also white, black, and hispanic. All the colors of the rainbow line up behind the kill whitey bandwagon nowadays.

If we lived in a truly Darwinist society I'd venture to say that Jews wouldn't exist at all, at least not in the position they're in now. Blacks would be half eradicated and still enslaved, the middle east fully colonized and asia subjugated to a united Europe.

But we don't live by survival of the fittest. We have tempered every action for the most part with mercy, kindness, and honor, from a historical perspective. Even during the worst of slavery there was still an outcry whenever a slave was thoroughly mistreated I'd google a certain New Orleans Madam during slavery for an apt reference .

So when deception is used so pervasively it;s effective, yes, but to regard that race as "better" is suspect. If whites were more skilled at thievery than blacks does that make them better than blacks? In matters of thievery, yes, but as a whole, no.

I respect the people who built their society on their own through strength and will over the people leeched off that society for their own gain at the expense of others.
#102783 to #102744 - mixednuts
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(01/08/2016) [-]
>Darwinist
>Society

Pick one. You can't have natural selection while living away from nature.
#102785 to #102783 - youregaylol
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(01/08/2016) [-]
ok
#102749 to #102744 - thumbfortrump
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Okay then, most right wingers I've discussed with have never acknowledged that jews are capable of being good individuals, so kudos.
#102750 to #102749 - youregaylol
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(01/07/2016) [-]
I've personally never heard you acknowledge that people who swim aren't necessarily rapists, therefore you believe that people who swim are rapists.
#102751 to #102750 - thumbfortrump
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Yes it's a curious world.
#102614 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
#102694 to #102614 - indigenouslotion
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Germany.
Who is this guy?
#102617 to #102614 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Trying to figure out what the point of this picture is.
#102616 to #102614 - pebar ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Germany?
Pretty sure that's the arch in Berlin
#102610 - lotengo
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(01/06/2016) [-]
UNLIMITED POWER


thumbfortrump
#102628 to #102610 - canyou
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Has Nabisco taken a hit
#102676 to #102628 - lotengo
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(01/07/2016) [-]
I dont know what a Nabisco is.

Is it anime?
#102680 to #102676 - canyou
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Oreo company that just moved to Mexico. Trump Kris promising to never eat oreos again
#102683 to #102680 - lotengo
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Honestly, i think Oreo's are overrated as fuck.
Its a meme-food like bacon.

The paste in the center is very good but the cookie itself is nothing special. And i dont know how its in the US but these things are crazy expensive here.
#102686 to #102683 - anon
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(01/07/2016) [-]
They're cheap... But they've been around a long time
#102618 to #102610 - akkere
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Macy's Stock has been on the verge of plummeting long before Trump's campaigning tho.
Their lack of any strong online model has been dragging them down and leaving them vulnerable to competitors like Amazon, Target, and the like who provide clothing in addition to a serviceable online marketing utility. This in conjunction with declining tourist sales has lead to Macy's bleeding out stock prices since Mid-Summer of 2015.
www.fool.com/investing/general/2015/09/11/why-macys-dropped-15-in-august.aspx
www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2015/08/12/macys-q2-earnings/31523453/
#102611 to #102610 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
That's what disloyal, traitorous bastards get.
#102602 - feelythefeel ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>Humantale
>soc jus is alienating fandom autists
>soc jus is already alienating moderates
>soc jus is alienating everybody
THIS IS WHAT IT FEELS LIKE
TO BE AT THE DAWN OF A NEW AGE
IT FEELS LIKE EVERYBODY GETTING PISSED OF AT SHITTY MEMES
#102693 to #102602 - anon
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(01/07/2016) [-]
if it make you feel any better, it's inactive.

They got blown the fuck out and they couldn't make up enough responses to they quit.
#102594 - pebar ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Neil Cavuto embarrasses student who wants free college and has no idea how to pay for it
#102613 to #102594 - marinepenguin
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(01/06/2016) [-]
I had to stop about 6 minutes in.

If you don't want debt because of high college prices, find another way. Trade schools are extremely cheap, and my friends who went to those schools are already working and making 40-50k a year and I'm 20. They own houses, cars, and are doing extremely well for their age. Personally I joined the military so that my college would get paid for. My father has no college and he's a VP at a sporting goods distributor. College is not a prerequisite for success.

These people need to exercise some personal responsibility, look at all the options, and then choose which path has the greatest rewards for the smallest risk they can live with. If you go to college and assume 50k in debt getting a degree in a weak job market, it's your fault you're in debt. Not the 1%, who makes 500k a year or more btw. When you hate the billionaire fat cats, that's the .1% or even the .01%.
#102615 to #102613 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Fuck off idiot
You've become an apologist for the status quo
For the ones who want to keep us poor, scared and broke
Fuck your shitty politics and your dilettante stabs at being seen as anything other than a stupid white kid who grew UP in a W bush household

Fuck off please... and die
#102620 to #102615 - marinepenguin
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Please explain to me a few things.

1) How is a government ran education system that is free for every individual that applies going to be any more effective than our abysmal public education systems currently in place? Private education has always been vastly superior to government education. School being too expensive is a problem. Making it free and not competitive is not the solution.

2) Do you think raising the minimum wage to $15 for everyone flipping burgers which I did for 3 years by the way, while I paid for my Associates Degree is going to help anything when businesses will just evolve to employ fewer people and increase the level of skill needed to hold a position?

3) Do you really believe the Robin Hood ideal of wealth redistribution is actually a basis for a sustainable society? There are always going to be levels of wealth among a population. We have a wealth inequality issue in America, few are denying that. But its among several dozen top people who own several large corporate organizations, not among a substantial amount of the populace. This is largely because of our government being paid to pass legislation in their favor. We get these individuals out of our government and we've taken a good step.
#102630 to #102629 - marinepenguin
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(01/07/2016) [-]
I don't understand if you're arguing against me or helping me. Because this is basically showing that privatetly run schools are superior.
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#102591 - joeypie
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(01/06/2016) [-]
I need news websites that can be trusted ( not fox news or anything like that) in the us and around the world, anyone got some they would like to share?
#102700 to #102591 - akkere
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Your best bet is to simply read as many as you possibly can.
allsides.com/news
This is a site that organizes News articles by websites of perceived political slant (though some of these assigned slants aren't 100% accurate). The main idea is that when you read through all articles, the biases will cancel out and the facts will remain in your mind.
#102612 to #102591 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
#102622 to #102612 - pebar ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
pbbbbbtttthhhh
#102597 to #102591 - aceofshadows
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Good luck.
#102595 to #102591 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
AP and Reuters are pretty trustworthy.
#102593 to #102591 - alimais
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Every news site has its bias and their financiers,

I have every kind of Germany news and common known international news subscribed on Facebook, from Al-Jazeera, BBC to Russia Today, Die Zeit etc.
#102592 to #102591 - pebar ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
don't exist
#102581 - lotengo
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Admin is going at it now
www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-01-06/north-korea-successfully-conducts-hydrogen-bomb-test-ij29t91l
www.breakingnews.com/topic/north-korea-earthquake-near-nuclear-site/
www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-35240012

Conductor we have a problem
Conductor we have a problem
Conductor we have a problem
Conductor we have a fucking problem
#102585 to #102581 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Looks like we're going to have gooks for dinner. Noice.

I swear to god if Obama doesn't carpet bomb those rice farmers I'm going to have a hissy fit.
#102599 to #102585 - feelythefeel ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Obama cries over the idea of so much as taking guns, little president needs some time in his safe space before he nabs nukes.
#102600 to #102599 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Ye I know, he's too much of a pussy to grab the problems by the balls. He also pussied out when chem reps were found in Syria.
#102601 to #102600 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
weps*
#102583 to #102581 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Yessss!

The evil North Koreans don't have a Zionists bank. America please go to war, bring democracy to them. Then to iran!
#102582 to #102581 - marinepenguin
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(01/06/2016) [-]
I saw this. Pretty worrisome.
#102588 to #102582 - enlightednatzie
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(01/06/2016) [-]
*pretty awsome
#102580 - lotengo
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#102570 - canyou
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(01/06/2016) [-]
They say that if American companies decide to leave once a socialist is president, our brand new college educated youth will just start new businesses to take their place, but starting a company requires saving a large amount of money, which goes against the socialist idea that taxing the rich and giving to the poor will boost our economy because more money will be flowing. Either money is being saved to start new businesses, or it's being spent in the economy while major corporations are sending jobs to Mexico and across the sea..

Is that a fair thing to say or did I miss something obvious?

Either way, I'm not sure I see the appeal of starting a company if it means the workers get to make all the decisions while you take all the risk.
#102603 to #102570 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Get a small million dollar loan
#102574 to #102570 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
starting a company doesn't take a million dollars, just a few thousand dollars and a good idea.
Most people have at least some savings

there's no conflict
the rich that would be taxed aren't the people who start businesses
either because they already started the business, or because they leach off other workers
#102569 - feelythefeel ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
I had a fucking revelation today, /politics. I was thinking about Aristotle, especially about his opinion that "tolerance and apathy are the final virtues of a dying society". When most people see this, they think he's decrying tolerance and apathy as separate political motivators. But I suddenly realized:

For most people, tolerance itself is a direct expression of apathy.

At it's core, tolerance is simply allowing things to happen. Most people don't politically align with tolerant ideas because they meaningfully agree with them, they do it because they're socially convenient ideas to superficially express.



Is it weird that it took me this long to understand normies this well, and that it took an Aristotle quote of all things?
#102604 to #102569 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Jews have a museum of tolerance in los Angeles... which I will never visit.
They want to be tolerated while they fuck with everyone and work their ruin on nation after nation
#102578 to #102569 - marinepenguin
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Also reading this is pretty scary.

www.corson.org/archives/sociological/S27_090109.htm
#102577 to #102569 - marinepenguin
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Reminds me of this idea:

"From bondage to spiritual faith,
From spiritual faith to great courage,
From courage to liberty,
From liberty to abundance,
From abundance to selfishness,
From selfishness to complacency,
From complacency to apathy,
From apathy to dependency,
From dependency back again to bondage."

From discussions about this, I've heard usually that we're in apathy heading to dependency, or that the only thing stopping the cycle from continuing beyond dependency is our weapons. An interesting idea nonetheless.
#102605 to #102577 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
You'll be in dependency once the Jew bankers decide America owes them more and more and more money
#102624 to #102605 - marinepenguin
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(01/07/2016) [-]
If you say so
#102561 - shekelnator
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#102586 to #102561 - thumbfortrump
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>8 shirtless men hugging each other.
#102589 to #102586 - enlightednatzie
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(01/06/2016) [-]
All people who browse pol are gay nazis.
#102564 to #102561 - pebar ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
forsaking your own culture and fantasizing about someone else's
#102587 to #102564 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>Nationalism
>Forsaking own culture
Nigga what
#102567 to #102564 - feelythefeel ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>tfw the only nat soc thing I fantasize about is the fourth Reich forsaking every culture but our own
#102559 - mvtjets ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
liberals are ok i guess
#102560 to #102559 - pebar ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
GIF
#102557 - alimais
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(01/06/2016) [-]
Remember that post with the sexual harassment of immigrants?

The advice from the mayor of the town is :"If you are surrounded by men then just hold a arm's length of distance"

Also the Interior Minister of Germany blames the police there but fun fact is that for that sector of police he is responsible.
#102553 - polarpulse
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(01/05/2016) [-]
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Repost this windmill of friendship if you think

Europe should embrace racial diversity
卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐 卐
#102542 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Right wingers fucked Europe.

Who knew.
#102550 to #102542 - feelythefeel ONLINE
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Is this user ideologies (Which would make you unable to use statistics correctly) or state ideologies (Which make you flat out stupid)?
#102555 to #102550 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
>Trying to call someone stupid
>Literally has a fundamental misunderstanding of how national policies work >>#102460, >>#102435,
#102566 to #102555 - feelythefeel ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
What does me not understanding a foreign country's electoral process inside out have to do with this?
#102573 to #102566 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
You literally asked "How did German Hitler get elected in Austria if America doesn't allow foreign-born citizens?".
That's not a legal-sense problem, that's a common sense problem.
#102575 to #102573 - feelythefeel ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>literally
Saying something stupid is only made worse when using that word. I was asking what the American response to a Canadian being elected would be, followed by the question of how it relates to Hitler's rise to power. Hitler was initially only a means to better convey the question.
#102590 to #102575 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>used in the proper context
>can't realize this because bandwagon hates the word whether it's used correctly or not

Are you incapable of independent thought? No wonder you have a hard-on for fascism.
#102598 to #102590 - feelythefeel ONLINE
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(01/06/2016) [-]
>complete lack of reading comprehension
Is there a way to block anon?
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#102543 to #102542 - anon
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#102538 - marinepenguin
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(01/05/2016) [-]
I can't wait to see what Obamas executive action on gun control will be today. *heavy sarcasm*
#102539 to #102538 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Probably require people haven't been found guilty of a major crime or been diagnosed with mental health issues.

What a monster.
#102540 to #102539 - marinepenguin
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(01/05/2016) [-]
People with mental issues or most criminal offenses already aren't allowed to buy weapons in any state of the US that I'm aware of. Pretty much everyone agrees that lunatics and criminals shouldn't have guns.

These executive actions are an abuse of power and not far off from a dictatorial level of power. Obama's reaction any time he doesn't get what he wants is to make it law through executive orders. And that's what is worrisome.
#102541 to #102540 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Watching it now.

Here's a chart showing number of executive orders by President and a quick reality check for you.
#102551 to #102541 - anon
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(01/05/2016) [-]
>the middle of the graph is the FUCKING WORLD WARS
>even after that is the Cold War
What excuse does Obongo have?
#102623 to #102551 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Haha! Please tell me you're trolling.
#102558 to #102551 - anon
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>THE WHOLE MIDDLE IS THE WORLD WARS
>Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover (the latter two of which are notorious conservative wet dreams for being "lassiez faire").

Fall asleep during history, didya?
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#102545 to #102541 - marinepenguin
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And just so you are aware, Obama stated over a dozen times on television that he did not have the constitutional power to create an executive order that would give illegal immigrants amnesty within the US. Then later, he signed an order that allowed 5 million illegal immigrant to have legal status and pursue work orders here in the US. He even said in a following speech that if congress has an issue with him doing things they don't find as constitutional, they should pass a bill.

If you truly believe he isn't abusing his power and circumnavigating his way around congress to get his way, you're the one who needs the reality check.
#102544 to #102541 - marinepenguin
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Except that the number of executive orders are irrelevant. I'm fully aware that FDR had well over 3000 executive orders while Obama is in the 200s. Most executive orders are simply federal housekeeping, items used to direct federal agencies with new regulations and such.

Very few times has an executive order been used to pass law, affirmative action being one by JFK. My issue with Obama, is that he uses executive orders as a legislative tool, when he doesn't see cooperation through congress to pass legislation, like on gun control, he decides he needs to create an executive order to push his ideals.

I would argue that Obama has signed the most powerful executive orders since FDR.
#102546 to #102544 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
So, you're OK with executive orders provided you agree with their content? What a surprise!

Anyway, he seems to have simply made this:

"People with mental issues or most criminal offenses already aren't allowed to buy weapons in any state of the US that I'm aware of"

actually mandatory now. So, what's your problem with that given you said "Pretty much everyone agrees that lunatics and criminals shouldn't have guns"?
#102547 to #102546 - marinepenguin
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Except you think I'm some partisan hack who only agrees with one side of a political spectrum.

Whether or not I agree with his orders, he does not have the power to sign these things into law. IT DOESNT MATTER IF I AGREE WITH IT.
#102548 to #102547 - redandgreen
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(01/05/2016) [-]
If that's the case then they can be struck down by the Supreme Court. We both know they aren't illegal though, you just don't like Obama.

If you think they're illegal then you're also saying the emancipation proclamation and desegregation were also illegal and a huge number of actions by both parties Presidents in history..... but muh guns, of course.



#102549 to #102548 - marinepenguin
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(01/05/2016) [-]
Youre correct in me not liking Obama, but I don't let that get in the way of my political opinions. And I already said that not all executive orders are the same.

www.mequonnow.com/blogs/communityblogs/244794131.html?lc=Smart
#102625 to #102549 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
GW Bush took you to war, authorised torture and indefinite detention using Executive power and you have a problem with Obama.
#102626 to #102625 - marinepenguin
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Why does everyone assume I liked Bush as president?

The wars were necessary, and I understand why we entered those. But almost everything else was not much better than Obama.
#102711 to #102626 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Because you're going crazy over Obama doing the same as Bush did. Did you crazy over Bush doing it when he was President?
#102713 to #102711 - marinepenguin
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(01/07/2016) [-]
No, because I was in 8th grade when he was president and politics was a school subject I didn't care about.

There's no point in me criticizing him now, when he's been out of office for nearly 8 years. I don't agree with his decisions on obtaining enemy information, but those orders have been repealed at this point by Obama I want to say.

Again, I have criticized Bush in the past for a lot of things. So saying I'm criticizing Obama just because Hes a demicrst/liberal/progressive is just false. I criticize many conservatives and republicans when I don't agree with their politics.
#102716 to #102713 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
Fair enough, I apologise if I have unfairly characterised and misinterpreted what you're saying.

Honestly, I just get frustrated with the partisanship sometimes.
#102722 to #102716 - marinepenguin
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(01/07/2016) [-]
And I can understand why you'd be frustrated, now don't get me wrong, I do disagree with a LOT of liberal policy. But I'm not going to attack them when they do things right just because they're liberals. In the end your opinions should be based upon fact and logic, not prejudice and political bias.
#102730 to #102722 - redandgreen
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(01/07/2016) [-]
I honestly agree completely. I am anti-authoritarianism and quite left wing but have quite conservative personal values! It means there's stuff that Trump says I agree with and stuff that Obama says that I agree with.

No party agrees with me!

I do hate the views of people on the left and right who would remove freedom from others on the basis of race or social group. That's basically the history of my country.

Imperialists, communists and fascists should be everyone's enemy because they're the ones who would take our freedom to fight some demonised and overblown 'enemy'. An over response to terrorists etc. is a much bigger threat to our freedom and democracies than the terrorists could ever hope to be.

At least, that's my opinion....!
#102732 to #102730 - marinepenguin
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(01/07/2016) [-]
That would mean you probably are closer to a libertarian then either party.

I haven't opposed the left so heavily until they've made it fairly clear they want the US to become a socialist nation. I'm against big government, I believe in low and flat taxes, I'm against a single government sponsered healthcare system, education system, welfare system, and I think more power should go to the individual states instead of a federal government, and I think people should have the ability to choose. That means legal guns, drugs, free and open marriage, etc. I don't think the government should be involved in the citizens daily lives. Much of this directly opposes the democrats, especially Obama and Clinton, which is why I tend to criticize them more.
#102855 to #102732 - redandgreen
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(01/09/2016) [-]
Maybe. I just retook the pol test.

I'll see if I can find anything interesting on libertarians to read, thank you.
#102537 - thumbfortrump
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(01/05/2016) [-]
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So much satisfaction. The white supremacist showing his true colors.
#102534 to #102533 - alimais
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(01/05/2016) [-]
According to rumors comments and other people police didn't even try to intervene in the mass gathering in front of the Köln I hate the english name Cologne for this city mainstation

People were arrested who had their asylum documents with them and there was even a interview with a migrant in his German paid housing who explained how to rob Germans and showed his letters from the police.
#102606 to #102534 - anon
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(01/06/2016) [-]
How to rob? Who told him that?
#102607 to #102606 - alimais
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(01/06/2016) [-]
It's a interview from a German TV channel and has no subtitles