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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    He could have criticized them without racist rhetoric. He either didn't want to or wasn't capable of it.
    what was the racist rhetoric? I am entirely confident that if a white person from Germany came here and pronounced that America's systems stink, Trump would be happy to say- "If you don't like America, then leave.." Was there something else he said that you can cite?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    what was the racist rhetoric? I am entirely confident that if a white person from Germany came here and pronounced that America's systems stink, Trump would be happy to say- "If you don't like America, then leave.." Was there something else he said that you can cite?
    You're either willfully ignorant or obtuse or both. If you're going to honestly say that you don't know the history behind the "go back to where you're from" statements then I just pity you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    what was the racist rhetoric? I am entirely confident that if a white person from Germany came here and pronounced that America's systems stink, Trump would be happy to say- "If you don't like America, then leave.." Was there something else he said that you can cite?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio Badger View Post
    You're either willfully ignorant or obtuse or both. If you're going to honestly say that you don't know the history behind the "go back to where you're from" statements then I just pity you.
    The history? Please educate us. Is there historical precedence for a refugee from a country with a failed government, telling the country which rescued them to be more like their failed government? There's some historical context behind telling them to go back and fix their failed crime ridden country before telling America that it needs to change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Section2 View Post
    The history? Please educate us. Is there historical precedence for a refugee from a country with a failed government, telling the country which rescued them to be more like their failed government? There's some historical context behind telling them to go back and fix their failed crime ridden country before telling America that it needs to change?
    First of all, you're ignoring the fact that three of the four women were born here. So where the **** are they supposed to go back to? Second, here is a history lesson for you. Not that you'll read it with any sort of open mind.

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    The funniest part of this, is from a political standpoint, he would have done better to just shut up. The opposition is having an internal fight, and he just can't stand not being the focus of attention, like the kid the in third grade who would interrupt a wrestling match to show you he can ingest a bottle of Elmer's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    what was the racist rhetoric? I am entirely confident that if a white person from Germany came here and pronounced that America's systems stink, Trump would be happy to say- "If you don't like America, then leave.." Was there something else he said that you can cite?
    Playing ignorant won't work here. Telling "foreigners"/Immigrants to go back where they came from is something proud racists have done for years. 3/4 of the ones he told to go home/leave were born in America. Why did he assume otherwise?
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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    Playing ignorant won't work here. Telling "foreigners"/Immigrants to go back where they came from is something proud racists have done for years. 3/4 of the ones he told to go home/leave were born in America. Why did he assume otherwise?
    Not white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saintpaulguy View Post
    The funniest part of this, is from a political standpoint, he would have done better to just shut up. The opposition is having an internal fight, and he just can't stand not being the focus of attention, like the kid the in third grade who would interrupt a wrestling match to show you he can ingest a bottle of Elmer's.
    I don't think so. He has picked a fight with people that most Americans cannot stand (and that is poll tested) and who have beliefs that most Americans see as sick.
    By highlighting what they have said he further informs the masses and isolates the Democrat party and forces them to either own or oust "The Squad" who are anti- American. The Democrats will continue to have their internal food fight regardless of Trump because these idiots will not shut up because they believe that their new way deserves to rule the country. They alone are entitled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    I don't think so. He has picked a fight with people that most Americans cannot stand (and that is poll tested) and who have beliefs that most Americans see as sick.
    By highlighting what they have said he further informs the masses and isolates the Democrat party and forces them to either own or oust "The Squad" who are anti- American. The Democrats will continue to have their internal food fight regardless of Trump because these idiots will not shut up because they believe that their new way deserves to rule the country. They alone are entitled.
    There's no need to tip-toe around the edges, Beeg. Let us know what you really think.

    Also, do most Americans think they are Anti-American?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio Badger View Post
    First of all, you're ignoring the fact that three of the four women were born here. So where the **** are they supposed to go back to? Second, here is a history lesson for you. Not that you'll read it with any sort of open mind.
    Here is a history lesson for you: Trump has been doing this for 3 years and people like you keep saying he is done for or he will pay for his error. Yet here he is a successful president who is doing as he promised and who will be re-elected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howeda7 View Post
    There's no need to tip-toe around the edges, Beeg. Let us know what you really think.
    You are a dishonest fool. Anything else you want to know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    Here is a history lesson for you: Trump has been doing this for 3 years and people like you keep saying he is done for or he will pay for his error. Yet here he is a successful president who is doing as he promised and who will be re-elected.
    You're right on that count. He showed us he was a racist early on and we elected him anyway. It was a feature not a bug for many. And now his 33% and "radicalized" converts who voted for Spaced Cadet Johnson can't wait to proudly vote for him this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    You are a dishonest fool. Anything else you want to know?
    And you're a racist dickhole. At least now all of the cards are on the table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    You are a dishonest fool. Anything else you want to know?
    Back at ya.

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