Discussion in 'Politics' started by Confounding, Sep 14, 2019.
Some of them, yeah.
You can confront the realities of life without being fueled by hatred.
You seem to know me quite well…What are the things I express my hatred about?
Seriously? Are you going to be obtuse as if you're not clearly one of the most hate-fueled posters on this forum?
The 60s weren't as good as the 50s. Once liberals were able to pass anti-American legislation in the 60s and 70s, America started going downhill.
By design, I express my extreme hatred for wetbacks...that’s my thing. Where I come from I was taught to HATE criminals, those who break in, make demands, steal my shit, rape, murder and pillage my fellow countrymen.
Where were you taught to pretend these kinds of things are okay and just part of the deal?
As the forum's leading virtue beacon chimes in right on cue...
Happiness has to start from the inside. If outside forces are required to measure ones joy, the issue goes beyond the current state of the country.
Do you pay attention to the news?......even a little bit?
Ahead of trade talks, China makes biggest US soybean purchases since June, traders say
Which brings up the question, where was our gratitude to the French for helping us defeat England during the revolution, when Franklin went to France with his hat in his hand begging for money, and Washington had to ride to New York to ask Rochambeau for his help to defeat the British army, because he couldn’t do it?
Cornwallis surrendered that sword to Rochambeau at Yorktown, not Washington. Rochambeau made him give it to Georgey boy.
Without the French, there is no America. Think about that the next time somebody dumps a bottle of wine in protest of their own ignorance.
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