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Trump decries immigrants from sh****le countries coming to US

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“The Paragon of Civility”

Since: Sep 12

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#1 Jan 11, 2018
https://goo.gl/os1XHo

Please allow PNWest to sum up the republican immigration policy for you:

If they are black - send them back

If they are brown - turn them down

If they are white - it's alright

“Location: Rent Free In Ur Head”

Since: Oct 11

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#2 Jan 11, 2018
PNWest wrote:
https://goo.gl/os1XHo

Please allow PNWest to sum up the republican immigration policy for you:

If they are black - send them back

If they are brown - turn them down

If they are white - it's alright
So you must be a racist, thinking the only s - hole countries are 'black' or 'brown'.

How sick.

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#3 Jan 11, 2018
devilsgrin wrote:
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So you must be a racist, thinking the only s - hole countries are 'black' or 'brown'.

How sick.
Seriously? Are you under the impression that Trump was talking about effing Denmark?
supremeliberal

Troup, TX

#4 Jan 11, 2018
PNWest wrote:
https://goo.gl/os1XHo

Please allow PNWest to sum up the republican immigration policy for you:

If they are black - send them back

If they are brown - turn them down

If they are white - it's alright
What do you expect ,when you posses by White Spite Demon

Since: Jun 17

Location hidden

#5 Jan 11, 2018
devilsgrin wrote:
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So you must be a racist, thinking the only s - hole countries are 'black' or 'brown'.

How sick.
Next time, read the article first.

"Trump grew frustrated and shocked the lawmakers with his "shithole" comment in reference to African countries and Haiti, according to the Post.

Trump then suggested the US should bring in more people from countries like Norway, the report said."

Right. Norwegians should be lining up in droves to come and live in a country wacky enough to elect Donald Trump as their leader.
Mick

United States

#6 Jan 11, 2018
Denizen_Kate wrote:
<quoted text>

Seriously? Are you under the impression that Trump was talking about effing Denmark?
Is Denmark a sh ithole country? So, no, that wasn't the impression, moron

Lulz

“Location: Rent Free In Ur Head”

Since: Oct 11

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#7 Jan 11, 2018
Denizen_Kate wrote:
<quoted text>

Next time, read the article first.

"Trump grew frustrated and shocked the lawmakers with his "shithole" comment in reference to African countries and Haiti, according to the Post.

Trump then suggested the US should bring in more people from countries like Norway, the report said."

Right. Norwegians should be lining up in droves to come and live in a country wacky enough to elect Donald Trump as their leader.
Maybe read what PN stated first. If anyone believes the story in the first place.

Progressivism is racism.
TruthAintInHim

North Augusta, SC

#8 Jan 11, 2018
PNWest wrote:
https://goo.gl/os1XHo

Please allow PNWest to sum up the republican immigration policy for you:

If they are black - send them back

If they are brown - turn them down

If they are white - it's alright
The sad part is, nobody was stunned by Trump's blatantly racist remark.

“Take Out the Orange Trash ”

Since: Dec 15

California

#9 Jan 11, 2018
Thank Cthulhu it was the Norwegian Ambassador standing there with Trump, and not the Dutch Ambassador. The Dutch lady might have beaten lil' Donnie Dementia to death with her wooden clog, over that snarky comment about windmills.

But then again, the Dutch are probably first on Trump's Immigration Welcome Sign list, being that they were all NAZI appeasers and collaborators, and virtually indistinguishable from Aryans, in appearance and ideology.

How the CRAP! did we somehow miss wiping out the entire Drumpf family when we bombed Dresden? Talk about a missed opportunity!
Fake Name

United States

#10 Jan 11, 2018
Denizen_Kate wrote:
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Seriously? Are you under the impression that Trump was talking about effing Denmark?
He actually said he wanted people from Norway not Africa and Haiti.
Say What

Dalton, GA

#12 Jan 11, 2018
PNWest wrote:
https://goo.gl/os1XHo

Please allow PNWest to sum up the republican immigration policy for you:

If they are black - send them back

If they are brown - turn them down

If they are white - it's alright
Trump has been a racist bigot his entire adult life.
The Real Now What

Des Moines, IA

#13 Jan 11, 2018
PNWest wrote:
https://goo.gl/os1XHo

Please allow PNWest to sum up the republican immigration policy for you:

If they are black - send them back

If they are brown - turn them down

If they are white - it's alright
Dan Rather agrees:

"Trump's comments about immigrants from "shithole countries" is among the worst statements he has ever uttered. It might very well be the worst.

To have this outrage come as we approach the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is to cast in sharp relief the moral gulf between America as envisioned by the civil rights activist and our current President. It was Dr. King who said "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." By all accounts, Mr. Trump does not now and has never believed in such an America.

This is undeniably and clearly outright racist. It simply cannot be allowed to continue by anyone who cares about the future of this country. This is sad. It is hurtful. It is dangerous. It is unpatriotic. Each elected official, each American, has a choice: where do you stand? Some may say this helps the President with his base. What about how it debases the values of our nation? This rhetoric has to be damned at every turn, at every time. That millions of hard working men, women, and children have lives that hang in the balance at the whims of this President only makes this moment all the more tragic. Make no mistake, America is diminished today in the eyes of the world and in the eyes of history. It will be up to every decent person to make sure that this is not our destiny."

“The Paragon of Civility”

Since: Sep 12

Most impartial most bipartisan

#14 Jan 11, 2018
The Real Now What wrote:
<quoted text>

Dan Rather agrees:

"Trump's comments about immigrants from "shithole countries" is among the worst statements he has ever uttered. It might very well be the worst.

To have this outrage come as we approach the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is to cast in sharp relief the moral gulf between America as envisioned by the civil rights activist and our current President. It was Dr. King who said "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." By all accounts, Mr. Trump does not now and has never believed in such an America.

This is undeniably and clearly outright racist. It simply cannot be allowed to continue by anyone who cares about the future of this country. This is sad. It is hurtful. It is dangerous. It is unpatriotic. Each elected official, each American, has a choice: where do you stand? Some may say this helps the President with his base. What about how it debases the values of our nation? This rhetoric has to be damned at every turn, at every time. That millions of hard working men, women, and children have lives that hang in the balance at the whims of this President only makes this moment all the more tragic. Make no mistake, America is diminished today in the eyes of the world and in the eyes of history. It will be up to every decent person to make sure that this is not our destiny."
AS far as I've seen not a single republican has condemned these racist statements.
Snidely

Folsom, LA

#15 Jan 11, 2018
Sometimes the truth is unpleasant. I do not see anyone clamoring to get into Haiti.

Since: Jun 17

Location hidden

#17 Jan 11, 2018
The Real Now What wrote:
<quoted text>

Dan Rather agrees:

"Trump's comments about immigrants from "shithole countries" is among the worst statements he has ever uttered. It might very well be the worst.

To have this outrage come as we approach the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is to cast in sharp relief the moral gulf between America as envisioned by the civil rights activist and our current President. It was Dr. King who said "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." By all accounts, Mr. Trump does not now and has never believed in such an America.

This is undeniably and clearly outright racist. It simply cannot be allowed to continue by anyone who cares about the future of this country. This is sad. It is hurtful. It is dangerous. It is unpatriotic. Each elected official, each American, has a choice: where do you stand? Some may say this helps the President with his base. What about how it debases the values of our nation? This rhetoric has to be damned at every turn, at every time. That millions of hard working men, women, and children have lives that hang in the balance at the whims of this President only makes this moment all the more tragic. Make no mistake, America is diminished today in the eyes of the world and in the eyes of history. It will be up to every decent person to make sure that this is not our destiny."
Were you quoting someone in that last paragraph or is that you? Brilliantly written in any case.

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#18 Jan 11, 2018
Snidely wrote:
Sometimes the truth is unpleasant. I do not see anyone clamoring to get into Haiti.
Wow. That's really, really low, Snidely. It seems like the worse Trump gets, the deeper you dig into ugliness in order to defend him. I'm sorry your hero is showing the world exactly what he is. That must be disappointing.

“The Paragon of Civility”

Since: Sep 12

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#19 Jan 11, 2018
Denizen_Kate wrote:
<quoted text>

Wow. That's really, really low, Snidely. It seems like the worse Trump gets, the deeper you dig into ugliness in order to defend him. I'm sorry your hero is showing the world exactly what he is. That must be disappointing.
This stuff is NOT disappointing to Republican Trump supporters. It is LIBERATING to them. Trump has allowed them to say the kinds of things publicly that they have been forced to say privately for the last half century. These people are deep down hateful racists. Trump is THEIR President. Those types of comments only cement their support. And that is why decent Americans have got to do exactly what we did back in the late 50's through the early 70's and drive this type of sh!t back underneath the rocks it has crawled out from under. The best way to do this is for every American that is eligible to vote to register and vote against every republican running for office. And that means voting (D) not wasting a vote for a Libertarian or a Green candidate that stands no chance of winning.

“Take Out the Orange Trash ”

Since: Dec 15

California

#20 Jan 11, 2018
Donald Trump, like all people, is the product of the negative-character ugly, White racist deviancy that he was in direct contact with as a young man, while growing up.
His NAZI butler had an obvious influence on Donald's ideological deviancy.
His Klan member and supporter Father, Fred Trump obviously molded and shaped his son into the pile of racist excrement America is now burdened with.

Questions:
Whom do YOU spend your time with, as an American adult?
Who shapes you NOW, as a person?

If we are lucky, we may have been blessed by a proper, decent upbringing, and even if that was not the case for everyone, we CAN control whom we share our adult lives with, and select whom we choose to work with to bring about an enduring future for this great Nation we call America.

>> I almost NEVER share anything about the REAL events that transpire in MY life, as a Bay Area-ite and Californian.
I will break that rule, now:

Yesterday, I spent an hour in a one-on-one conversation with Professor Clayborne Carson, as we traveled together to the Bohemian Club in San Francisco. Mr. Carson is the Professor of History at an innocuous, local, funky little "libtard" University here in Palo Alto California named after Leland Stanford.

Being that Clay was a cog in and a part of MLK's orbit during the early 1960's, Professor Carson was granted permission by the King Legacy Foundation to not only possess and view and memorialize MLK and Coretta's love relationship and the ideas and dreams the two of them held for America, and he has made good use of that privilege already, as a prolific author and important voice in the Movement. He will shortly release his latest gift to America, a new book about the entirety of The Dream that Martin and Coretta envisioned, addressing far, far more than just the establishment of Civil Rights. Suffice it to say Martin would likely have been jailed under the McCarthy Movement if McCarthy or the FBI had ever seen the content in those letters in real-time, as America was enthralled by the Red Scare at that moment in our vainglorious history. There would have been no . No "I have a Dream" speech.

If you are interested in learning more about MLK and , here's a link to the Professor's bio.
You can find his published works on Amazon.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clayborne_Carso...

As we chatted, I was given the rare gift of learning about the multiple love-letter correspondence that took place between Coretta Scott and Martin Luther King, spanning from their initial introduction and the blossoming of their courtship in 1952 and on through to MLK's death in 1968.
It was one of the most enlightening, pleasurable, and educating hours I have spent in some time.
Let me add that Professor Carson is one of the MOST humble, soft-spoken, brilliant men I've enjoyed jawing with.
His upcoming tome will uncover how MLK and Coretta saw the coming effects of globalization and classism, and its deleterious effect on Americans.

Some tidbits-
I did NOT know until yesterday that it was Coretta, and NOT Martin who was the more-determined "activist." Nor did I know that Martin actually was skeptical of becoming a Civil Rights icon.
He grudgingly accepted the role, but he saw his Civil Rights activism as only a small step in correcting the course of American history and bringing-about REAL Justice, REAL Equality, and REAL Freedom to people of color in this Nation.

As Monday comes and MLK's birthday arrives, let us hope that future generations come to fully-realize MLK and Coretta's dreams, bringing an America where we do NOT have horrendous disparities in wealth, opportunity, and income. An America where EVERY SOUL is afforded equitable hospitality and TRUE freedom of expression. An America where we are ALL proud of what this Nation has become.

So.......who did YOU spend YOUR time with, today?
What did YOU learn today?
How are YOU reshaping America?
It's sorta your JOB.
It's sorta your DUTY.
It's your danged birthright.

“The Paragon of Civility”

Since: Sep 12

Most impartial most bipartisan

#21 Jan 11, 2018
Fit2Serve wrote:
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Questions:
Whom do YOU spend your time with, as an American adult?
Who shapes you NOW, as a person?

If we are lucky, we may have been blessed by a proper, decent upbringing, and even if that was not the case for everyone, we CAN control whom we share our adult lives with, and select whom we choose to work with to bring about an enduring future for this great Nation we call America.

>> I almost NEVER share anything about the REAL events that transpire in MY life, as a Bay Area-ite and Californian.
I will break that rule, now:

Yesterday, I spent an hour in a one-on-one conversation with Professor Clayborne Carson, as we traveled together to the Bohemian Club in San Francisco. Mr. Carson is the Professor of History at an innocuous, local, funky little "libtard" University here in Palo Alto California named after Leland Stanford.

Being that Clay was a cog in and a part of MLK's orbit during the early 1960's, Professor Carson was granted permission by the King Legacy Foundation to not only possess and view and memorialize MLK and Coretta's love relationship and the ideas and dreams the two of them held for America, and he has made good use of that privilege already, as a prolific author and important voice in the Movement. He will shortly release his latest gift to America, a new book about the entirety of The Dream that Martin and Coretta envisioned, addressing far, far more than just the establishment of Civil Rights. Suffice it to say Martin would likely have been jailed under the McCarthy Movement if McCarthy or the FBI had ever seen the content in those letters in real-time, as America was enthralled by the Red Scare at that moment in our vainglorious history. There would have been no . No "I have a Dream" speech.

If you are interested in learning more about MLK and , here's a link to the Professor's bio.
You can find his published works on Amazon.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clayborne_Carso...

As we chatted, I was given the rare gift of learning about the multiple love-letter correspondence that took place between Coretta Scott and Martin Luther King, spanning from their initial introduction and the blossoming of their courtship in 1952 and on through to MLK's death in 1968.
It was one of the most enlightening, pleasurable, and educating hours I have spent in some time.
Let me add that Professor Carson is one of the MOST humble, soft-spoken, brilliant men I've enjoyed jawing with.
His upcoming tome will uncover how MLK and Coretta saw the coming effects of globalization and classism, and its deleterious effect on Americans.

Some tidbits-
I did NOT know until yesterday that it was Coretta, and NOT Martin who was the more-determined "activist." Nor did I know that Martin actually was skeptical of becoming a Civil Rights icon.
He grudgingly accepted the role, but he saw his Civil Rights activism as only a small step in correcting the course of American history and bringing-about REAL Justice, REAL Equality, and REAL Freedom to people of color in this Nation.

As Monday comes and MLK's birthday arrives, let us hope that future generations come to fully-realize MLK and Coretta's dreams, bringing an America where we do NOT have horrendous disparities in wealth, opportunity, and income. An America where EVERY SOUL is afforded equitable hospitality and TRUE freedom of expression. An America where we are ALL proud of what this Nation has become.

So.......who did YOU spend YOUR time with, today?
What did YOU learn today?
How are YOU reshaping America?
It's sorta your JOB.
It's sorta your DUTY.
It's your danged birthright.
Great post. One of the very few I have voted up.
Sandra

Deer Park, TX

#22 Jan 11, 2018
Denizen_Kate wrote:
<quoted text>

Wow. That's really, really low, Snidely. It seems like the worse Trump gets, the deeper you dig into ugliness in order to defend him. I'm sorry your hero is showing the world exactly what he is. That must be disappointing.
During the campaign he made the statement .."If the stood in the middle of 5th avenue and started shooting people, he would not lose any voters". This is probably the truest statement he ever made. What does this say about his supporters? It tells me they are all a bunch of lunatics...including Trump.

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