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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 07-26-2016 10:10 AM

The last time I was in Cincinnati, Ohio I saw just one that I was sure of and she was wearing the Hijab, their hair hiding scarf. Other than that I never see them that I'm sure of.

But wait! More's a commin' in via Obummer so we'll all view them soon! :idea: Are you all packin' heat yet Ann? voguy? Doka? kbot? and Riddick? And any more members I've failed to name. :wink:

Few quoting The Donald ever note exactly all of what he said months ago about those needy immigrants. So Ann, do go ahead and finish what he said for those who might have forgotten. :oops:

Outside of my family, here's my favorite living American speaking on the now near daily problem in Germany! :oops:




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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Raggedyann » 07-26-2016 03:02 PM

Doka wrote:I do not for one second think that ALL Muslims are terrorists, But , they are in just as much danger as the rest of us as the Radical Muslims are obligated ( by Sharia Law) to take them out(kill) too. Have you never heard of "Ethnic Cleansing" ,"Genocide"? It is the cleaning out (killing) of their own people, because those people do NOT LIVE UP to the rules the Radicals live by. I know it is hard to understand. But until one gets a grasp on how it works even "sort of", you will continue to do a dis-service to the people of Islam who would like NOT, to be murdered like the rest of us.

Do you think any of these people and those of not their faith, are out of line, when all do not want to be "cleansed"?
Oh gosh no, I've never heard of ethnic cleansing, genocide or radical Muslims cause I'm an idiot. :rolleyes:

American Muslims have more to fear from their fellow Americans than they do radical Muslims, thanks to the most dangerous American radical the US has ever encountered.
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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Doka » 07-26-2016 03:17 PM

I must have missed the mass murdering and abuse of Muslims, by the American populace , can you give me a hint of where to find these these tragic stories? I would think these stories would be everywhere.? I can only find where they have been harmed by their own people.?
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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Raggedyann » 07-26-2016 04:03 PM

Doka wrote:I must have missed the mass murdering and abuse of Muslims, by the American populace , can you give me a hint of where to find these these tragic stories? I would think these stories would be everywhere.? I can only find where they have been harmed by their own people.?
I don't recall stating that American Muslims had been mass murdered by the American populace. It's difficult to discuss things when you resort to twisting the content of my post in an attempt to make excuses for Trump.

Trump-supporting bomb maker who threatened to kill Muslims to serve 90 days in prison

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world ... 53896.html

‘I will bomb your f*cking location’: Muslims face violent threats as Trump urges ban on mosques

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump helped fan the flames of anti-Muslim sentiment in the wake of last week’s deadly terrorist attacks in Paris.

Trump renewed his call Monday morning to shut down mosques or at least place them under surveillance.

“You’re going to have to watch and study the mosques, because a lot of talk is going on at the mosques,” Trump said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” less than a month after telling Fox Business that “absolutely” shut down U.S. mosques to defeat Islamic State militants.

“From what I heard in the old days, meaning a while ago, we had great surveillance going on in and around mosques in New York City, and I understand our mayor totally cut that out, he totally cut it out,” Trump added, apparently referring to New York’s controversial racial and religious profiling investigation — which was discontinued after it resulted in zero arrests or leads.

Police are investigating several threats made over the weekend against Muslim houses of worship.

A caller left a threatening voice mail message that referred to the massacre about 7 p.m. Friday at the Islamic Society of St. Petersburg, Florida — which canceled Sunday school over safety concerns.

http://www.rawstory.com/2015/11/i-will- ... n-mosques/

And today:
Muslim Teen Finds Note At Mosque Reading ‘F**k Islam’

“Muhammad was a rapist! F**k Islam!”

That’s the message ― written in crayon on a piece of paper ― that greeted a 15-year-old Muslim girl as she walked into a mosque in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Monday morning. The note had been left on the mosque’s door.

“Before she brought it to me, she ripped it up out of anger,” said Kassim Busuri, administrator of the Islamic Dawah Center, who was at the mosque Monday overseeing a summer educational program for Muslim children and teenagers.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/st- ... 1?section=

I can only imagine all the threats that go unreported.
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Post by voguy » 07-26-2016 04:45 PM

Raggedyann wrote:This certainly gives me the creeps as to how one man's thought train can negatively affect so many innocent people - overnight.
People buy into it because they are tired, afraid, and seeing things deteriorate before their eyes. I had this discussion with someone last weekend. But more to the candidate side, everyone admits they don't see real leaders, real problem solvers. They see a government out of control and they are grasping at straws.

As for Muslims, they are like the Jews, Catholics, the Irish, all peoples in our history. When there are no answers it's customary to blame a group. As for Muslims, the biggest problem is the sheer numbers coming in, un-vetted, some illegal, and when they come here it's with the intent to change our laws, culture, and customs. That's a threat to people here.
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Post by Raggedyann » 07-26-2016 05:18 PM

Malaria_Kidd II wrote:The last time I was in Cincinnati, Ohio I saw just one that I was sure of and she was wearing the Hijab, their hair hiding scarf. Other than that I never see them that I'm sure of.

But wait! More's a commin' in via Obummer so we'll all view them soon! :idea: Are you all packin' heat yet Ann? voguy? Doka? kbot? and Riddick? And any more members I've failed to name. :wink:

Few quoting The Donald ever note exactly all of what he said months ago about those needy immigrants. So Ann, do go ahead and finish what he said for those who might have forgotten. :oops:

Outside of my family, here's my favorite living American speaking on the now near daily problem in Germany! :oops:




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My post was about American Muslims and Trump.

If you read about the attacks in Europe, you will note that many of the attacks are carried out by ISIS sympathisers, who have had no direct contact with ISIS. The Mentally ill, just like all the non Muslim mentally ill people that carry out mass murders in the US and who use various insane reasons to do so.

VO - Your post makes perfect sense. People are buying into unfounded fears. As for Muslims trying to change laws. I hardly think this will become a serious problem as the US has a Constitution and in lieu of this, Sharia Law would be declared unconstitutional. States can make up their own mind as to whether they wish to recognise various harmless Muslim traditions, Prayer in schools etc. and other public places.
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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Raggedyann » 07-27-2016 04:00 PM

Trump and Clinton will reportedly begin receiving classified briefings after this week’s convention.

I can't wait to hear the secrets Trump will blab off to the public as he will surely find some ammo to bash the Obama Administration.
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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Raggedyann » 07-27-2016 04:20 PM

16 Years Ago, William F. Buckley Wrote This About Donald Trump And It’s Eerily Accurate

Buckley, in an essay he wrote for Cigar Aficionado said the following about Trump:

Look for the narcissist. The most obvious target in today’s lineup is, of course, Donald Trump. When he looks at a glass, he is mesmerized by its reflection. If Donald Trump were shaped a little differently, he would compete for Miss America. But whatever the depths of self-enchantment, the demagogue has to say something. So what does Trump say? That he is a successful businessman and that that is what America needs in the Oval Office. There is some plausibility in this, though not much. The greatest deeds of American Presidents — midwifing the new republic; freeing the slaves; harnessing the energies and vision needed to win the Cold War — had little to do with a bottom line.

And he wasn't finished:

In the final analysis, just as the king might look down with terminal disdain upon a courtier whose hypocrisy repelled him, so we have no substitute for relying on the voter to exercise a quiet veto when it becomes more necessary to discourage cynical demagogy, than to advance free health for the kids. That can come later, in another venue; the resistance to a corrupting demagogy should take first priority.

Finally, he illuminated Trump's narcissism by comparing him with Steve Forbes:

So what else can Trump offer us? Well to begin with, a self-financed campaign. Does it follow that all who finance their own campaigns are narcissists? At this writing Steve Forbes has spent $63 million in pursuit of the Republican nomination. Forbes is an evangelist, not an exhibitionist. In his long and sober private career, Steve Forbes never bought a casino, and if he had done so, he would not have called it Forbes’s Funhouse. His motivations are discernibly selfless.

Buckley, a New Yorker, had more of an insight into Trump than others. At the time Trump wasn't known to the rest of the country beyond people knew he was some rich businessman. Buckley however, was privy to the nonsense Trump engaged within NYC and Buckley was just well aware of it.

Whatever it was, he had Trump pegged.

http://www.redstate.com/jaycaruso/2016/ ... -accurate/
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Re: Being The Donald

Post by voguy » 07-27-2016 04:36 PM

Nobody said he's great, but given the other, and unless Johnson wins, it's a death sentence for America.
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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 07-27-2016 04:54 PM

To Ann before the lorry calls me East,

This is your line about importing the impossible to "vet"* immigrants............

"However, what Trump HAS done by saying he will ban other Muslims from entering the US is doom 3.3 million American citizens to a life that is quite possibly somewhat different than it was prior to Trump."

:?

*In the context of it use, "vet" was a seldom heard word before these times of concern where a strange, ill fitting ideology trumps and bashes one religion!

Ann, do finish what The Donald said long ago............ :idea:

Edited July 30, 2016; to finish this for Ann as mostly stale questions get missed since these active posts go by us like flash cards! :oops:

:D Trump & Pence 2016! That's from the Coal Glow Kidd (me) formerly a member of snopes!

https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/07/fath ... ump-at-dnc


On day 1 61 speeches at the DNC never mentioned the boogie man, men or women! That's a liberal thing; hear no evil, see no evil and speak no evil! :P

No doubt Robert would appreciate his Fox Business video with Stuart Varney coming down again in your quote of my post! :wink:


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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Raggedyann » 07-27-2016 04:56 PM

[quote="voguy"]Nobody said he's great, but given the other, and unless Johnson wins, it's a death sentence for America.[/quote
Trump is the death sentence or Clinton is the death sentence? Not sure what you mean.
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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 07-27-2016 04:59 PM

voguy wrote:Nobody said he's great, but given the other, and unless Johnson wins, it's a death sentence for America.
I agree voguy and the maybe the Russkies hacked the DNC hoping the other guy or even Gary Johnson wins in November!
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Post by Raggedyann » 07-27-2016 05:01 PM

Malaria_Kidd II wrote: On day 1 61 speeches at the DNC never mentioned the boogie man, men or women!
And this makes Trump right MK?
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Raggedyann wrote:
Malaria_Kidd II wrote: On day 1 61 speeches at the DNC never mentioned the boogie man, men or women!
And this makes Trump right MK?
Gotta run and he's speaking about lot's of topics millions of Americans seldom hear from other DC politicos! :P

Now please finish what The Donald said about M immigration............
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Post by Riddick » 07-27-2016 05:35 PM

voguy wrote:Nobody said he's great, but given the other, and unless Johnson wins, it's a death sentence for America.
IMHO? His stump rhetoric aside, Trump's no outsider. He'd never have gotten this far otherwise. The system is rigged. He's said it himself. And there's nothing that's going to change the fact both parties sold their souls to the globalist crony corporatist Satans AND contracted to transfer USA sovereignty in stages a long time ago.

Now, there's nothing about Hillary that doesn't make me want to puke. I'd never ever vote for her, not in a million years. OTOH, with Trump? He's marginally less pukeworthy but not SO little I'd never say never. As for sovereignty? As I see it, TPP's bad enough but the budget and federal debt'll ultimately do us in

At this point Gary has my support, if for no other purpose he's the best bet for a historic outside-the-box challenge to the Ruling Elite status quo stranglehold - Yet altogether head over heels married to the notion of voting for him, I'm not! IF he's in the debates and he does well, then I'd consider a steady "engagement arrangement"

I like it he's laid back - As if turned up to eleven 24/7/365 is preferable? I say give me an effective, calmly determined AND logical, rational statesman over demagogic two party brute force bullying ANY day eh!!

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