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    Very interesting and informative, be extremely hard for anyone to refute any of that information.

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    Can't refute history. However people change, along with their thoughts, ideals and visions of equality.
    Which one of the fine upstanding republican voters on this board would be man enough to say they didn't call President Obama a nig**r, or called his wife some other disparaging name ?
    I remember the clip art we used to regularly see depicting those same things on this board.
    Isolated ? No, I don't think so.
    So is it possible the democrats have changed, while at the same time so have the republicans ?
    I believe so.
    Neither are perfect, and both have some value in their published statements of their core beliefs.
    But which one better represents the working class today ?
    The party that advocates "right to work" laws ?
    The party that thinks business environmental laws are restrictive ?
    The party that is a proponent of tax cuts for the wealthy ?
    The party that wants an end to food labeling and say GMO food is safe ?
    The party that would like to privatize social security ?

    The list is endless.

    Show us all how great the republicans have been for the working middle class.
    I am interested in seeing what you think the party of "no" has done to help the people that move this country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    Can't refute history. However people change, along with their thoughts, ideals and visions of equality.
    Which one of the fine upstanding republican voters on this board would be man enough to say they didn't call President Obama a nig**r, or called his wife some other disparaging name ?
    I remember the clip art we used to regularly see depicting those same things on this board.
    Isolated ? No, I don't think so.
    So is it possible the democrats have changed, while at the same time so have the republicans ?
    I believe so.
    Neither are perfect, and both have some value in their published statements of their core beliefs.
    But which one better represents the working class today ?
    The party that advocates "right to work" laws ?
    The party that thinks business environmental laws are restrictive ?
    The party that is a proponent of tax cuts for the wealthy ?
    The party that wants an end to food labeling and say GMO food is safe ?
    The party that would like to privatize social security ?

    The list is endless.

    Show us all how great the republicans have been for the working middle class.
    I am interested in seeing what you think the party of "no" has done to help the people that move this country.
    If all of these things are true, why is Hillary Clinton not president ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1484-1075 View Post
    If all of these things are true, why is Hillary Clinton not president ?
    The "Russians" stole the election..

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    Can't refute history. However people change, along with their thoughts, ideals and visions of equality.
    Which one of the fine upstanding republican voters on this board would be man enough to say they didn't call President Obama a nig**r, or called his wife some other disparaging name ?
    I remember the clip art we used to regularly see depicting those same things on this board.
    Isolated ? No, I don't think so.
    So is it possible the democrats have changed, while at the same time so have the republicans ?
    I believe so.
    Neither are perfect, and both have some value in their published statements of their core beliefs.
    But which one better represents the working class today ?
    The party that advocates "right to work" laws ?
    The party that thinks business environmental laws are restrictive ?
    The party that is a proponent of tax cuts for the wealthy ?
    The party that wants an end to food labeling and say GMO food is safe ?
    The party that would like to privatize social security ?

    The list is endless.

    Show us all how great the republicans have been for the working middle class.
    I am interested in seeing what you think the party of "no" has done to help the people that move this country.
    Although I am a right leaning Independent that for the most part despised Obama,I never called him the "N" word.. Michelle Obama?? Didn't like her either but then again I cant say I could have kept up with some of the left leaning Democrats on here that constantly say bad **** about Trumps wife.. As far as the clip art goes I believe there was only one,the king of Clip art,the "Beanie"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1484-1075 View Post
    If all of these things are true, why is Hillary Clinton not president ?
    You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    Although I am a right leaning Independent that for the most part despised Obama,I never called him the "N" word.. Michelle Obama?? Didn't like her either but then again I cant say I could have kept up with some of the left leaning Democrats on here that constantly say bad **** about Trumps wife.. As far as the clip art goes I believe there was only one,the king of Clip art,the "Beanie"...
    It still represents what I saw on many occasions. beanie here, and others I knew by e-mails, co-workers talking, etc. It wasn't isolated, and I know what I heard and saw.
    If you didn't, that shows you had respect just for the office.
    So far, your the only one to say anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    Can't refute history. However people change, along with their thoughts, ideals and visions of equality.
    Which one of the fine upstanding republican voters on this board would be man enough to say they didn't call President Obama a nig**r, or called his wife some other disparaging name ?
    I remember the clip art we used to regularly see depicting those same things on this board.
    Isolated ? No, I don't think so.
    So is it possible the democrats have changed, while at the same time so have the republicans ?
    I believe so.
    Neither are perfect, and both have some value in their published statements of their core beliefs.
    But which one better represents the working class today ?
    The party that advocates "right to work" laws ?
    The party that thinks business environmental laws are restrictive ?
    The party that is a proponent of tax cuts for the wealthy ?
    The party that wants an end to food labeling and say GMO food is safe ?
    The party that would like to privatize social security ?

    The list is endless.

    Show us all how great the republicans have been for the working middle class.
    I am interested in seeing what you think the party of "no" has done to help the people that move this country.
    Gave him plenty of time to prove to be non-bias as president and in my opinion he didn't.Iwill say that i did use those terms, to my self as i would and did use other terms for other presidents,I have no regrets calling someone out for what they really are no matter what persuasion they are.
    Perfection, to all will never be found, there will always be 2 sides to every story.For me respect needs to be earned to be given in return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.

    Isn't this what "Today's" Democratic party do??

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    Isn't this what "Today's" Democratic party do??
    Yes, same as the Republican party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1484-1075 View Post
    Perfection, to all will never be found, there will always be 2 sides to every story.For me respect needs to be earned to be given in return.
    Yes, and the truth lay somewhere in between.
    As for respect, I have told my reason many times. While serving the Atlantic City area in the 90's doing P&D work for CF, I saw and heard what Trump did for the small businesses and labor. Nothing, except with holding payments causing businesses to go bankrupt, reneging on contracts and throwing the area into turmoil.
    He is a liar and manipulator of truth.

 

 
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