- Oct 16, 2017
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Your prerogative.I don't know if this is what he was referring to but the principle is the same.If I may, I don't think Biff is saying it isn't necessarily. Depends on context. I gather in this case he was referring to this:How is that any different from Democrats calling certain blacks sellouts and Uncle Toms?I discussed more potential black republican candidates than anyone else did -- especially you...Almost a month later......and the question is still unanswered....
I will break the news to Diamond & Silk
The point of this thread was not to discuss actual potential candidates,
but just to smear your partisan enemies as Evul Wacists.
That is the point I have addressed and refuted.
Your pretense otherwise, just shows how dishonest you are, and how your words, are not to be given any weight.
THis is something we need to keep in mind, as you insist that you have not had your ass kicked.
Evul Wacists? LOL!!!
you still arguing about a guy in 1996 who you call a traitor now....
But you guys are used to cheerleading people and then calling them evil traitors later....
Plus he had attacked Romney for effectively supporting gay marriage in Massachusetts. He'd remained a reliable rightwing nutjob prior, including acting as a key (pun intended) birther against Obama.During the time of the 2016 presidential election, Keyes emerged as a strong critic of Donald Trump. He criticized many conservative Christians for supporting "a candidate whose life could be used to illustrate the deceitfully seductive quality of sin summarized in the phrase 'the glamour of evil.'"
After all my interactions with IM2 where he consistently misconstrued and conflated everything I said; called me a liar without cause or evidence and whose usual response to a white person disagreeing with him is "Shut the fuck up whitey", I'm not about to defer to him on anything.That said, I generally strive to hear what folks like IM2 have to say about such things before flapping my gums.