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originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: seeker1963
That isn't an excuse seeker, if you are going to respond please do so with knowing what I said and not your twisted interpretation.
You say they need to go home, I said America is most likely their home, where is the excuse?
If it was a Christian asking for something that I didn't like I wouldn't say they need to 'go home', would you say that about one?
Don't answer, I am sure it will be an off topic rant based in fantasy land.
eta: I have to say what it is, too many are missing it. At 35 seconds a woman says "We are not the minority here by the turn out, and soon we will all be the majority"
That is most certainly not what she said. What she actually said was,"We're no longer the minority. That's clear from tonight. We're gonna be the majority soon."
And she was referring to the different ethnic groups that attended the meeting
It would have been helpful to have seen the meeting in its entirety so that we could get the whole picture instead of just one cherry-picked facet of it, but of course that would not serve the same purpose, would it?
a reply to: Sremmos80
No no my friend, she meant everywhere. 90% of communication is non verbal. Just look at her facial expression while she says it. She looks back at her Muslim community for support on her comments, not because they're there.
That is most certainly not what she said. What she actually said was,"We're no longer the minority. That's clear from tonight. We're gonna be the majority soon." And she was referring to the different ethnic groups that attended the meeting. Why is that even remotely chill-inducing? It is always a good idea to refrain from misquoting someone, because it tends to alter the original message and make it into something that it is not.