The Art o the Dems: Lying about lying about the lies...

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    But they are flaming liberals so what do you expect? And all I read from them was, he wasn't a Republican... which I already knew because he was an independent.

    One thing we must remember here. In the 1960s, there were a lot of conservative democrats and liberal republicans. All of that changed after his death so it's difficult to say how he would have aligned himself today. I don't think he would have supported what Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are doing. He would have condemned what happened in Baltimore and Charleston. He would not be leading this anti-law enforcement movement or praying to Poop Swastika.

    And it is a documented fact that he was pro life.
     
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    Putz... I'm not the one saying she didn't claim MLK Jr. was a Republican before saying she did claim MLK Jr. was a Republican.

    The deranged idiot who said that was ..... are ya sitting down .... ? YOU. :mm:
     
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    You're confusing yourself, Fawny! I made the statement that she said her uncle would align with conservative republicans. She had previously stated he was a republican but recanted that statement. MLK was, in fact, an independent. I don't know where you get that I am contradicting myself. I've never argued that King was a Republican. Alveda made that statement once and recanted it.
     
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    What documented fact?
     
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    You're fucking deranged.

    First you said she didn't claim her uncle was a Republican.

    Then you said she did claim her uncle was a Republican.

    This comes after you saying it was MLK's daughter making these claims before being educated it was his niece, not his daughter.

    You have no fucking clue what you're talking about. It's beyond obvious to everyone reading this even.
     
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    Poisoning the Well fallacy fails.
    You're saying "if the source agrees with me, run with it, if it doesn't.... :lalala: "

    Poster please.


    To the extent that any of that is realistic reflection of the world ... do you believe everything media tells you?


    BFD. Aren't we all.
     
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    I comprehend that you said she didn't say he was a Republican.

    That's what YOU said until I corrected you. You said, "she didn't say MLK was a Republican"
     
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    I haven't read the entire exchange but he seems to be telling me that King "would have aligned with conservative values", whatever that might mean. Then when I presented people who knew him dismissing that as absurd, he went "uhhh... they're 'flaming liberals', what do you expect?"

    Which is hilarious on many fronts, one of which is that this country was founded by 'flaming Liberals'.
     
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    Two different times. Previously, Alveda made the statement he was a Republican and then recanted. At a later time, she said he would align with conservative republicans and not that he was a republican. So you are taking a pre-recanted statement and attempting to un-recant it so that you can use that to make her later statement a contradiction. And then somehow blaming me for the contradiction. :dunno:

    You people work really, really hard at telling whoppers, don't you?
     
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    No one from the 60s would have aligned with today's kooky liberals except maybe Abbie Hoffman and that weirdo who was tripping on acid all the time. Hell, most of the Tea Party would have supported JFK!

    You didn't present anyone who thought it was "absurd" that King was an independent or a conservative. They said it was absurd that he was a registered Republican, but that wasn't the claim... a registered Republican does not equal a modern conservative republican.
     

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