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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbforrest45 View Post
    And tell me how that is working out with the constant battles between blacks and whites? Hell, how is it working out between blacks and other blacks over turf wars.

    We may be diverse but its not working and that is the question I asked.
    It doesn't work out well anywhere.
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    The left remains DELIBERATELY IGNORANT of the difference between "race" and "culture".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Safety View Post
    How much evidence was needed to insist Obama was Barry Soetoro, brought Ebola here to kill Americans, was buying all the ammo to start martial law, jade helm was a practice run for FEMA camps, or wanted to enact sharia law...
    About as much evidence that was needed to accuse Trump of being a Russian puppet. But unlike the anti-Obama hysteria, which remained largely on the fringes of the "right", anti-Trump hysteria is totally mainstream within the "left". In fact, Trump hysteria seems to be the only thing defining the "left" these days. I cannot remember the last time they started a thread that wasn't an attack on Trump in some way. Good luck trying to sell that to the electorate in 2020, especially if the economy continues to improve. The sad thing is that I would like to see a credible challenge to Trump and his agenda, but Democrats seem intent on acting like lunatics instead.

    *Disclaimer, this isn’t off-topic trolling, I am addressing the member’s above statement that the left will believe any lie, any scandal, any accusation.
    It's definitely off-topic, like all your what-aboutism and hypocrisy policing. But nobody expects anything different at this point. It's what you do.
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    Some "nations" are indeed "$#@!holes". But in the PC world we live in, we're not allowed to identify winners and losers, especially when it comes to something as sensitive as culture. Still, the fact remains, some cultures (and the nations they give rise to) are demonstrably more developed, peaceful, and prosperous than other cultures. No amount of whining or feigned outrage will change that. Of course, Trump could have used more delicate language to describe the situation, but the underlying message would have been the same, i.e., why are we bringing in people from countries that are highly dysfunctional? It's a legitimate question to ask, especially if you believe in the concept of a sovereign and independent "United States". But because Trump allegedly used a naughty word, it's somehow the worst thing ever. Somehow I doubt normal Americans will have much issue with the statement, since they rely more on their common sense than on their marching orders from the DNC and CNN. They will instinctively agree with what Trump supposedly said even if they don't like the way he said it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abby08 View Post
    Trump's only mistake was, thinking he could trust the people in the room with him.

    I can totally believe he said it and, I don't care.

    It's time we stopped taking in every poor, ignorant immigrant and refugee, from $#@!hole countries that add nothing to our country..... except to expand the number of people sucking off of the government.

    To hell with what people say, what other countries think of us, they are only pissed because they can't send their dregs here, for us to support.

    Look what happened to Sweden, when they were forced to take in thousands of those, "huddled masses,"..... rapes, murders, assaults, robberies..... Sweden isn't alone, either, every country who has been forced to take in refugees from $#@!hole countries, has had the same problems.

    We should be able to pick and choose who comes here and, from where.... Trump understands that.

    Anyone, looking at Haiti and, sees paradise.... should move there.
    Ironically enough, most people on the "left" would avoid those places like the plague, just like they avoid living with poor blacks in the cities they control.

    And isn't it always people on the "left" who say that immigrants come to America precisely because the place they're escaping from is dysfunctional and unlivable? Isn't that just a more sophisticated and indirect way of saying they live in a $#@!hole?

    Why is it so controversial for someone to highlight the obvious differences in prosperity and stability between cultures? Might it have something to do with the relativism that tends to prevail on the left?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripmeister View Post
    My guess is that a lot of you alls ancestors came from shiitehole nations as well, just as some of mine did. There was a time when Polish, Italian and Irish immigrants were considered to be from $#@!hole nations. You could immigrate to Japan and you will never be Japanese. You could immigrate to Germany and you would never be German etc. , etc. Immigrants to the US become Americans, that's one of the things that makes us special. That is part of the fabric and ethos of the US. Trump and apparently some of you don't seem to understand that and how that is one of the things that has and will continue to make this nation great and unique among the nations of the world.
    If the only thing that is required to become an "American" is to immigrate to the US, then being an "American" doesn't really mean much. Strangely enough, I cannot find anything written or spoken by the founders reflecting your interpretation of what it means to be an American. For them, being an American meant embracing certain core values, like a belief in God, the natural law, and liberty, just to name a few of the most obvious ones. It was never about showing up here on a boat from some distant land.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Ironically enough, most people on the "left" would avoid those places like the plague, just like they avoid living with poor blacks in the cities they control.

    And isn't it always people on the "left" who say that immigrants come to America precisely because the place they're escaping from is dysfunctional and unlivable? Isn't that just a more sophisticated and indirect way of saying they live in a $#@!hole?

    Why is it so controversial for someone to highlight the obvious differences in prosperity and stability between cultures? Might it have something to do with the relativism that tends to prevail on the left?
    Or their steadfast and uncompromising belief that everyone is the same. Of course that makes a mockery of their love for diversity because, in reality, they hate diversity and will accept it on nothing but an utterly superficial level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    If the only thing that is required to become an "American" is to immigrate to the US, then being an "American" doesn't really mean much. Strangely enough, I cannot find anything written or spoken by the founders reflecting your interpretation of what it means to be an American. For them, being an American meant embracing certain core values, like a belief in God, the natural law, and liberty, just to name a few of the most obvious ones. It was never about showing up here on a boat from some distant land.
    Forget the Founders. It wasn't like that 30 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    What about Norway ?




    'Thanks, but no thanks' - Norwegians reject Trump's immigration offer



    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...-idUSKBN1F11QK


    https://www.google.com/search?source....0.edh2OnpbVjI


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    Quote Originally Posted by exotix View Post
    You have a point ...


    People on Twitter tell Trump no one in Norway wants to come to his ‘$#@!hole Country’


    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry...b0720dc4c5b6dc


    After President Donald Trump made racist remarks lamenting immigrants coming from “$#@!hole countries” like Haiti and nations in Africa rather than from Norway, people on Twitter, including some actually from Norway, were quick to remark that, for many Norwegians, America may seem to be a bit of a $#@!hole.


    Most of the places in America that qualify as "$#@!holes" are cities run by Democrats.

    Coincidence, I'm sure.
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