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    08 Aug '18 11:33
    ...ran out of restaurant by angry white liberal mob...hasn't been like this since the 50s...

    https://twitchy.com/samj-3930/2018/08/07/disturbing-candace-owens-shares-pic-from-antifa-attack-reminiscent-of-the-60s-and-not-in-a-good-way/
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    10 Aug '18 13:291 edit
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    ...ran out of restaurant by angry white liberal mob...hasn't been like this since the 50s...

    https://twitchy.com/samj-3930/2018/08/07/disturbing-candace-owens-shares-pic-from-antifa-attack-reminiscent-of-the-60s-and-not-in-a-good-way/
    Good, I hope they hit the btch in the face with an egg or two and she will hopefully not show her worthless face in public again. LOL, Now, In the mean time, some real news.
    https://bringmethenews.com/minnesota-sports/while-in-minnesota-vice-president-mike-pence-proves-he-doesnt-know-anything-about-hockey 🙄🙄🙄
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    10 Aug '18 14:38
    Originally posted by @kingdavid403
    Good, I hope they hit the btch in the face with an egg or two and she will hopefully not show her worthless face in public again. LOL, Now, In the mean time, some real news.
    https://bringmethenews.com/minnesota-sports/while-in-minnesota-vice-president-mike-pence-proves-he-doesnt-know-anything-about-hockey 🙄🙄🙄
    little man syndrome?
  4. SubscriberKingDavid403
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    10 Aug '18 14:51
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    little man syndrome?
    little man syndrome? Yep, that's what Trump and his sheep have alright. 😵
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    10 Aug '18 14:56
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    little man syndrome?
    Unhinged. Democrats haven't been this pissed off since Republicans freed their slaves.
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    10 Aug '18 15:071 edit
    Originally posted by @sleepyguy
    Unhinged. Democrats haven't been this pissed off since Republicans freed their slaves.
    LOL, nice try LIAR trumptard. Everyone with a high school education knows that the party's switched in the 1960s and 70s starting with JFK. all those slave owning Democrats are now republicans today because of Democratic President Johnson signing the voting rights act and civil rights act. The pro-slavery democrats all flocked to the Republican party and have been there ever since dumb arse. Why do you think all those treasonous slave owning southern states now all vote Republican today? Why does the KKK and White supremacists call themselves the alt right AND they all vote Republican today and have since the 1970s? DUH!!! LOL, what an idiot.🙄🙄🙄
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    10 Aug '18 15:59
    Originally posted by @kingdavid403
    LOL, nice try LIAR trumptard. Everyone with a high school education knows that the party's switched in the 1960s and 70s starting with JFK. all those slave owning Democrats are now republicans today because of Democratic President Johnson signing the voting rights act and civil rights act. The pro-slavery democrats all flocked to the Republican part ...[text shortened]... ND they all vote Republican today and have since the 1970s? DUH!!! LOL, what an idiot.🙄🙄🙄
    Everybody knows that eh? Yeah right. Dems have been whitewashing their racist past forever. Here's a little reading for you.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2015/06/democratic-party-racist-history-mona-charen/

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    Whitewashing the Democratic Party’s History
    By Mona Charen

    June 26, 2015 4:00 AM


    Here’s what the former president of the United States had to say when he eulogized his mentor, an Arkansas senator:

    We come to celebrate and give thanks for the remarkable life of J. William Fulbright, a life that changed our country and our world forever and for the better. . . . In the work he did, the words he spoke and the life he lived, Bill Fulbright stood against the 20th century’s most destructive forces and fought to advance its brightest hopes.

    So spoke President William J. Clinton in 1995 of a man was among the 99 Democrats in Congress to sign the “Southern Manifesto” in 1956. (Two Republicans also signed it.) The Southern Manifesto declared the signatories’ opposition to the Supreme Court’s decision in Brown v. Board of Education and their commitment to segregation forever. Fulbright was also among those who filibustered the Civil Rights Act of 1964. That filibuster continued for 83 days.

    Speaking of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, let’s review (since they don’t teach this in schools): The percentage of House Democrats who supported the legislation? 61 percent. House Republicans? 80 percent. In the Senate, 69 percent of Democrats voted yes, compared with 82 percent of Republicans. (Barry Goldwater, a supporter of the NAACP, voted no because he thought it was unconstitutional.)

    When he was running for president in 2000, Vice President Al Gore told the NAACP that his father, Senator Al Gore Sr., had lost his Senate seat because he voted for the Civil Rights Act. Uplifting story — except it’s false. Gore Sr. voted against the Civil Rights Act. He lost in 1970 in a race that focused on prayer in public schools, the Vietnam War, and the Supreme Court.

    Al Gore’s reframing of the relevant history is the story of the Democratic party in microcosm. The party’s history is pockmarked with racism and terror. The Democrats were the party of slavery, black codes, Jim Crow, and that miserable terrorist excrescence, the Ku Klux Klan. Republicans were the party of Lincoln, Reconstruction, anti-lynching laws, and the civil rights acts of 1875, 1957, 1960, and 1964. Were all Republicans models of rectitude on racial matters? Hardly. Were they a heck of a lot better than the Democrats? Without question.

    As recently as 2010, the Senate’s president pro tempore was former Ku Klux Klan Exalted Cyclops Robert Byrd (D., W.Va.). Rather than acknowledge their sorry history, modern Democrats have rewritten it.
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    10 Aug '18 16:216 edits
    Originally posted by @sleepyguy
    Everybody knows that eh? Yeah right. Dems have been whitewashing their racist past forever. Here's a little reading for you.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2015/06/democratic-party-racist-history-mona-charen/

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    [b]Whitewashing the Democratic Party’s History

    By Mona Charen

    June 26, 2015 4:00 AM


    Here’s what the former president of the ...[text shortened]... rd (D., W.Va.). Rather than acknowledge their sorry history, modern Democrats have rewritten it.[/b]
    LOLDream on lying loser. Now, let's look at the facts: Notice the history of how the deep south states mostly voted democrat for president until the civil rights act and voting rights act were signed. Notice that they all mostly voted republican since then. LOL, what a worthless lying idiot! Same as most conservative trumptards today.
    Mona Charen? LOL Just another lying conservative trumptard.

    https://www.270towin.com/historical-presidential-elections/

    http://time.com/4561347/presidential-election-results-interactive/
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    10 Aug '18 17:171 edit
    Originally posted by @kingdavid403
    LOLDream on lying loser. Now, let's look at the facts: Notice the history of how the deep south states mostly voted democrat for president until the civil rights act and voting rights act were signed. Notice that they all mostly voted republican since then. LOL, what a worthless lying idiot! Same as most conservative trumptards today.
    Mona Chare ...[text shortened]... al-presidential-elections/

    http://time.com/4561347/presidential-election-results-interactive/
    More reading for you:

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/04/30/southern_whites_shift_to_the_gop_predates_the_60s_118172.html

    Southern Whites' Shift to the GOP Predates the '60s
    By Sean Trende - April 30, 2013

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    In truth, the white South began breaking away from the Democrats in the 1920s, as population centers began to develop in what was being called the “New South” (remember, at the beginning of the 20th century, New Orleans was the only thing approximating what we currently think of as a city in the South).

    In the 1930s and 1940s, FDR performed worse in the South in every election following his 1932 election. By the mid-1940s, the GOP was winning about a quarter of the Southern vote in presidential elections.

    But the big breakthrough, to the extent that there was one, came in 1952. Dwight Eisenhower won 48 percent of the vote there, compared to Adlai Stevenson’s 52 percent. He carried most of the “peripheral South” -- Virginia, Tennessee, Texas and Florida -- and made inroads in the “Deep South,” almost carrying South Carolina and losing North Carolina and Louisiana by single digits.

    Even in what we might call the “Deepest South” -- Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi -- Eisenhower kept Stevenson under 70 percent, which might not seem like much until you realize that Tom Dewey got 18 percent in Georgia against FDR in 1944, and that this had been an improvement over Herbert Hoover’s 8 percent in 1932.

    In 1956, Eisenhower became the first Republican since Reconstruction to win a plurality of the vote in the South, 49.8 percent to 48.9 percent. He once again carried the peripheral South, but also took Louisiana with 53 percent of the vote. He won nearly 40 percent of the vote in Alabama. This is all the more jarring when you realize that the Brown v. Board decision was handed down in the interim, that the administration had appointed the chief justice who wrote the decision, and that the administration had opposed the school board.

    Nor can we simply write this off to Eisenhower’s celebrity. The GOP was slowly improving its showings at the congressional level as well. It won a special election to a House seat in west Texas in 1950, and began winning urban congressional districts in Texas, North Carolina, Florida and Virginia with regularity beginning in 1952.

    Perhaps the biggest piece of evidence that something significant was afoot is Richard Nixon’s showing in 1960. He won 46.1 percent of the vote to John F. Kennedy’s 50.5 percent. One can write this off to JFK’s Catholicism, but writing off three elections in a row becomes problematic, especially given the other developments bubbling up at the local level. It’s even more problematic when you consider that JFK had the nation’s most prominent Southerner on the ticket with him.

    But the biggest problem with the thesis comes when you consider what had been going on in the interim: Two civil rights bills pushed by the Eisenhower administration had cleared Congress, and the administration was pushing forward with the Brown decision, most famously by sending the 101st Airborne Division to Arkansas to assist with the integration of Little Rock Central High School.

    It’s impossible to separate race and economics completely anywhere in the country, perhaps least of all in the South. But the inescapable truth is that the GOP was making its greatest gains in the South while it was also pushing a pro-civil rights agenda nationally. What was really driving the GOP at this time was economic development. As Southern cities continued to develop and sprout suburbs, Southern exceptionalism was eroded; Southern whites simply became wealthy enough to start voting Republican.
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    10 Aug '18 17:271 edit
    Originally posted by @sleepyguy
    More reading for you:

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/04/30/southern_whites_shift_to_the_gop_predates_the_60s_118172.html

    [b]Southern Whites' Shift to the GOP Predates the '60s

    By Sean Trende - April 30, 2013

    ...

    In truth, the white South began breaking away from the Democrats in the 1920s, as population centers began to d ...[text shortened]... onalism was eroded; Southern whites simply became wealthy enough to start voting Republican.[/b][/b]
    More reading? You really think he can read?

    (Face palm)

    It's all he can do to remember DNC talking points he hears on MSNBC Heehaw.
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    10 Aug '18 17:45
    Originally posted by @whodey
    More reading? You really think he can read?

    (Face palm)

    It's all he can do to remember DNC talking points he hears on MSNBC Heehaw.
    Good point.

    Well then here's a video for our slow friend:
    YouTube
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    10 Aug '18 17:54
    The name Antifa is truly Orwellian.
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    10 Aug '18 18:033 edits
    Originally posted by @sleepyguy
    More reading for you:

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2013/04/30/southern_whites_shift_to_the_gop_predates_the_60s_118172.html

    [b]Southern Whites' Shift to the GOP Predates the '60s

    By Sean Trende - April 30, 2013

    ...

    In truth, the white South began breaking away from the Democrats in the 1920s, as population centers began to d ...[text shortened]... onalism was eroded; Southern whites simply became wealthy enough to start voting Republican.[/b][/b]
    lol, I'll just stick with the FACTS and Truth of the matter. All your false articles can never change the TRUTH and facts of the matter. LOL
    In truth, the white South began breaking away from the Democrats in the 1920s,
    LOL, funny that the south voted for Democrats all through the 20s 30s 40s and 50s! LOL, what an idiot and your article is all BS. LOL
  14. SubscriberKingDavid403
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    10 Aug '18 18:04
    Originally posted by @sleepyguy
    Good point.

    Well then here's a video for our slow friend:
    [youtube]g_a7dQXilCo[/youtube]
    lol, I'll just stick with the FACTS and TRUTHS of the matter. LOL Sorry lying LOSER boy. LOL
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    10 Aug '18 18:06
    Originally posted by @sh76
    The name Antifa is truly Orwellian.
    What's truly the name of the Alt Right? LOL
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