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  1. I don't think there will be debates. I don't think Trump is going to debate.
  2. I've been saying it for months. 845b in cuts to Medicare. It's political malpractice that they're not crushing Dump on this.
  3. Blue lives matter.... but less than guns apparently
  4. Does the dude seriously lack the political awareness to at least blame Democrats? I mean, isn't that politics 101? If I were a Democratic candidate for president, I'd be harping on how his dumb *** selected crappy Fed Chair, and he even admits it.
  5. It's also important to keep in mind.... the SME's on the matter - the actual proud racists, think Trump is racist.
  6. I just saw some prior discussion about Ferguson/Trump from Ewsieg, I don't think he was whatabouting. He was helping me understand his point.
  7. In that scenario, I would say it's a political tool for those reinforcing their base. But what does that have to do with Trump's racism? Are you suggesting people actually don't think he's racist, but are saying so for gain? I suppose that's entirely possible, but trust me, I totally think that dude is racist AF. I suspect most that call him racist genuinely think he's racist. The difference between those two situations (Ferguson and Trump) IMO is what you said: With Ferguson, people know that "hands up, don't shoot" was a lie. The same can't be said for Trump's words and behaviors.
  8. I don't understand what you mean by "a point where it flips". I suspect my answer is NO, there is not a point where it flips, but I don't really understand. Also, why is it that "calling out racism" must be a tool to help "the left"? Why can't it be that "the left" legitimately cares about his racism and it's impact on minorities? Are you saying that I, a person on "the left" would be totally cool with racism from someone you think is on "the left"? Dude I've hated neo-nazis way before this jerk-off became president.
  9. Do you see no difference between "using racism as a tool" and "calling out racism as a tool"?
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