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    Question Sam Seder on Bill O'Reilly's bemoaning the death of the "White Establishment"



    Bill O'Reilly explains to us the "white establishment now being the minority" and the loss of "traditional America"

    Now exactly how far do we go back to see the "traditional America" ?
    "And in their defense, there are two reasons why coming up with an alternative has proven to be difficult," Obama said. "First, it's because the Affordable Care Act pretty much was their plan before I adopted it!"

    ~ Barack Hussein Obama - The 44th President of The United States

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post


    Bill O'Reilly explains to us the "white establishment now being the minority" and the loss of "traditional America"

    Now exactly how far do we go back to see the "traditional America" ?
    Back to about the mid 1990s.

    What precisely do you disagree with Bill about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    Back to about the mid 1990s.

    What precisely do you disagree with Bill about?

    First and foremost "I" don't want stuff and I'm guessing there's more like me.

    So that makes his Generalization ... incorrect and ignorant.
    "And in their defense, there are two reasons why coming up with an alternative has proven to be difficult," Obama said. "First, it's because the Affordable Care Act pretty much was their plan before I adopted it!"

    ~ Barack Hussein Obama - The 44th President of The United States

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post
    First and foremost "I" don't want stuff and I'm guessing there's more like me.

    So that makes his Generalization ... incorrect and ignorant.
    You want government healthcare so you're mistaken but I'm glad you don't want racial preferences for $#@!es. Most Blacks, however, want both.

    He didn't say everyone wants expanded government services and other people to pay for them. What he said was that many voters now do. Far more than in the recent past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post
    First and foremost "I" don't want stuff and I'm guessing there's more like me.

    So that makes his Generalization ... incorrect and ignorant.
    Then consider not voting D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    You want government healthcare so you're mistaken but I'm glad you don't want racial preferences for $#@!es. Most Blacks, however, want both.

    He didn't say everyone wants expanded government services and other people to pay for them. What he said was that many voters now do. Far more than in the recent past.
    No I don't want to have Government Health Care ... but I want my fellow Americans who can't afford it to have it.

    BTW ... how do you know what most Blacks want ... how long have you been Black?
    "And in their defense, there are two reasons why coming up with an alternative has proven to be difficult," Obama said. "First, it's because the Affordable Care Act pretty much was their plan before I adopted it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post
    No I don't want to have Government Health Care ... but I want my fellow Americans who can't afford it to have it.

    BTW ... how do you know what most Blacks want ... how long have you been Black?
    So you don't want government healthcare or expanded state services so you voted for a man who embodies both. Are you an idiot? That's a serious question.

    They voted overwhelmingly for a man who stands for government healthcare or expanded state services. That is, a proponent of the welfare state. Should I assume they are all idiots and don't understand what elections are about? Perhaps it was all about race to them?
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    Crickets...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    So you don't want government healthcare or expanded state services so you voted for a man who embodies both. Are you an idiot? That's a serious question.

    They voted overwhelmingly for a man who stands for government healthcare or expanded state services. That is, a proponent of the welfare state. Should I assume they are all idiots and don't understand what elections are about? Perhaps it was all about race to them?

    No ... I said I don't need it, that does not mean it's not needed.

    YOUR fellow Americans should get Health Care
    "And in their defense, there are two reasons why coming up with an alternative has proven to be difficult," Obama said. "First, it's because the Affordable Care Act pretty much was their plan before I adopted it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post
    No ... I said I don't need it, that does not mean it's not needed.

    YOUR fellow Americans should get Health Care
    So you want expanded government services. People are entitled to those things, right? O'Reilly is correct. You and the left wing Jew are wrong.

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