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Discussion in 'Press Talk' started by sand_man, Apr 29, 2016.
Calif. lawmakers strike down resolution to honor actor John Wayne | Fox News
low life bastards
Some people actively search for anything (however obscure or irrelevant ) to be offended by, and use it to attack anyone that happens to not agree with their opinions. It's also not unusual for such attacks to be violent, as happened yesterday at the Trump rally in Costa Mesa. Anti-Trump Protests Rage, Mexican Flags Fly Outside CA Trump Rally - Breitbart
Remove Commiefornia from the US they are communist and the intelligence level is to low to be tolerated by the rest of the states!!!!!
For those who opt not to read the linked article, his offense was saying:
"I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility. I don't believe in giving authority and positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible people."
As we know, ANY suggestion that black folks are being given an advantage (such as receiving promotions, being selected for jobs, getting elected to political offices via gerrymandering districts, being awarded contracts, being chosen for scholarships, etc.) due to their race is classified as racist.
Soon it will probably be a crime to say so.
The Duke's comments weren't racist. He simply said he didn't believe in "giving" positions of leadership to people who were irresponsible. That just sounds like common sense to me.
Bunch of ijits out there in la la land.
He's my kind of racist then!
I got three heroes
And My Dad
One brought down the Berlin Wall
One walked tall
And my Dad taught me about it all!
God Bless all three of them.
We will be better off when commiefornia falls off into the Pacific. I was out I was there a couple of years ago and it is no longer a part of the US. Most of the inhabitants are Mexicans, who don't want to be a part of the US, except to get free handouts from the idiot democRATS who run the giveaway programs to buy their votes.
Definition of racist- Anyone who disagrees with a communist, liberal, democrat or a..., Oh heck, I am repeating myself.
If anyone doubts that what John Wayne said is true they need to take a look at Jackson. If they manage to get voted to be in charge of anything they will destroy it in short order.
Racism = Disagreeing with a person who isn't white.
The state of stupid that we've gotten to in this country takes away from those who actually fought for civil rights. It waters down the sacrifices of people who once suffered from real racism. I don't know about the rest of you but I don't even pay attention anymore when the racist accusation is thrown out.
So, Mississippi could have a John Wayne day on May 26 instead of CA...already marked my calendar to celebrate it! He lived in a different day...and his sentiments are being proved insightful every day by Barack Hussein I in the white house.
The truth is not always pleasant!
it is un-think and double speak. since they purged any race discussion from the education system, except the official party line, it creates a past that never was.
Affirmative Action when beneficial, racism when confronted by the absurdity!
Y'know, if they keep accusing us all of being racist, one of these days we may all just believe it and start acting like it.
I think they must have gotten their dictionary from the same alternate universe as Alanis Morissette did when she looked up the word "ironic".
How micro aggressive of me, thufferin' thoucotash, I am a thavage beatht!
If you never read John Wayne's interview with Playboy which that quote is from here's a link to it.
What a lot of dour, sour-faced dinosaurs these liberals are. What small-minded hypocrites. I pray to God it's not too late for this nation who have turned their backs on Him.
Bubba, thank you so much for posting this link. Was not old enough for Playboy in 71. Made it about a quarter way through, had to quit, crying too much to read now. Thanks again. Duke was one of my heroes.
Me, three. That was a good read. And, yeah, I actually did read it in '71.
Duke was a hero of mine, too. And a fraternity brother. Our chapter held a White Rose ceremony for him when he passed.
Like affirmative action?