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originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
originally posted by: mtnshredder
The left keeps trying to redefine my thoughts, what I say and who I am, into something I don't resemble or support at all. The Democrats and Libs are some of the most racist people I've ever encountered in my life and most of them couldn't spell the word equality if their life depended on it.
I refuse to let a group of hating POS's, that don't know me from Adam, define who I am as a person. Unfortunately, this site has more than its fair share of these cowardly trolls. I've been called names from members here that I absolutely detest with every fiber in my body, but hey, whatever gets them off I suppose. Whatcha going to do?
I just keep telling the idiots to go pound effin' sand.
I realize I'm one of "those members"
originally posted by: ElectricUniverse
originally posted by: knowledgehunter0986
My point is simply painting your face does not make you racist. Now if I'm already a racist and decide to paint my face black, that's a different story.
You keep on trying to make excuses for this man...because he is a democrat. BTW, are you black? i am almost certain you are not. Yet here you are making claims that this democrat, racist, and moron who devalues the life not only of the unborn, but also devalues the life of newborns, has now been shown his true colors...
Ironic that despite the fact that the KKK was founded by democrats, despite the fact that it was democrats who for almost 200+ years voted against Civil Right Acts that Republicans tried to pass for almost 200+ years, you still have people who are democrat/liberal and still want to condone the actions of real racists who are part of the democrat/liberal party...
This man didn't "just put make up on."
This man thought that it was funny to dress and imitate a black person, or a kkk moron. This demonrat was, and probably still is even thou he is trying to hide it, a racist who to this day devalues the lifes of "humans he deems not worthy of life."
This thread of yours is a farce.
originally posted by: turbonium1
Only white people are racists, except if they are Jewish.
White-race countries are also racist, except for Israel.
Now that you know the rules of the game, please abide by them, folks.
originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
I"m waiting for some to come out and skewer Robert Downy Jr for his portrayal of a white guy coloring his skin and acting like a black guy in Tropic Thunder. Man was that a great role or what?
originally posted by: Bluntone22
Even suggesting that races are different makes you a racist today.
Look at marathon runners.
Why do so many Kenyans win marathons?
Do we believe they just train harder or is it a genetic trait?
Why are most NBA players black?
Anybody can see we are different physically so is it a big stretch to say maybe there are differences mentally?
originally posted by: woogleuk
I think I may be racist, not intentionally though. I'm from an area in England where there is very little ethnic diversity.
I don't hate, nor do I bear ill will towards people of different races and cultures, however, seeing a black person walking the street makes me go "oh, a black person, cool", and where possible I try to strike up a conversation and make them feel welcome.
I do have an admiration for black folks, given all the crap they have endured over the centuries.
My attitude though, I have came to realise as of late, is probably racist.
originally posted by: CharlesT
"NO", I am not a racist!!!!
It's one of the iconic scenes in the popular Disney classic, but now a US academic has branded Mary Poppins as racist for blackening up her face.
The scene, which features Julie Andrews as Poppins and Dick Van Dyke as Bert, is set on the rooftops of London and includes the song 'Step in Time'.
Poppins, with her face covered in soot, innocently dances with Bert and his fellow chimney sweeps in what is one of the better loved scenes from the 1964 hit film.