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FDR is rated by historians in top three presidents, I'd rate him first as he dealt with the great depression and the greatest war of modern times and handled both. As far as social dressing that argument will continue for ignorant people as the recent hullabaloo over transgender people demonstrates.

Draft dodger and liar Donnie John Trump is already rated at the bottom. Sad.

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"What is patriotism? Let us begin with what patriotism is not. It is not patriotic to dodge the draft and to mock war heroes and their families. It is not patriotic to discriminate against active-duty members of the armed forces in one's companies, or to campaign to keep disabled veterans away from one's property. It is not patriotic to compare one's search for sexual partners in New York with the military service in Vietnam that one has dodged. It is not patriotic to avoid paying taxes, especially when American working families do pay. It is not patriotic to ask those working, taxpaying American families to finance one's own presidential campaign, and then to spend their contributions in one's own companies. It is not patriotic to admire foreign dictators. It is not patriotic to cultivate a relationship with Muammar Gaddafi; or to say that Bashar al-Assad and Vladimir Putin are superior leaders. It is not patriotic to call upon Russia to intervene in an American presidential election. It is not patriotic to cite Russian propaganda at rallies." Timothy Snyder On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century by Timothy Snyder


"We are a nation of many nationalities, many races, many religions-bound together by a single unity, the unity of freedom and equality. Whoever seeks to set one nationality against another, seeks to degrade all nationalities." Franklin D. Roosevelt
Only in liberal history books. If FDR was so great, the congress wouldn't of enacted the 2 term limit for president act. After that shithead(thanks for SS you bastard for FORCING people to have to pay for their shitty retirement) put more socialist programs out and took US off the gold standard, so he put the US in even more debt, it was a damn good thing he died when he did...Oh yeah, FDR segregated the military, real racist of him..US citizens were put into interment camps because FDR thought there were enemies, black people still treated as second class citizens. Yep, going down in history because stupid fucks dont learn about history.

Segregation in the Armed Forces During World War II | African American History Blog | The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross
Despite the gains of the abolition of slavery and the three Reconstruction amendments to the Constitution, Jim Crow segregation had pervaded every aspect of American society since the 1890s. And the military was no exception. When black men volunteered for duty or were drafted following the Japanese sneak attack, they were relegated to segregated divisions and combat support roles, such as cook, quartermaster and grave-digging duty. The military was as segregated as the Deep South.
 

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Its the faggot FDR, yeah, back then liberals still fucked with their children.
he looks like he's on the edge of tears

but he's so cute, so the abuse is ok
I knew it is FDR. The stories of his mother's obsessive care were rampant many years ago, but it was never considered abuse back then. His mother, Sara Delano, ruled his life until she died, long after he was married and father to a passel of kids. He turned out OK.

It is kinda sad to see the past judged by today's cynical and malevolent speculative standards. When I was a teen, back in to 50's, and there weren't enough guys to go around, girls danced together and were never considered 'odd'. Guys shared living quarters by necessity and weren't considered 'odd'. And 'only' children were the only ones that had their own room.
Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
 
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Its the faggot FDR, yeah, back then liberals still fucked with their children.
he looks like he's on the edge of tears

but he's so cute, so the abuse is ok
I knew it is FDR. The stories of his mother's obsessive care were rampant many years ago, but it was never considered abuse back then. His mother, Sara Delano, ruled his life until she died, long after he was married and father to a passel of kids. He turned out OK.

It is kinda sad to see the past judged by today's cynical and malevolent speculative standards. When I was a teen, back in to 50's, and there weren't enough guys to go around, girls danced together and were never considered 'odd'. Guys shared living quarters by necessity and weren't considered 'odd'. And 'only' children were the only ones that had their own room.
Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
From the article:

We find the look unsettling today, yet social convention of 1884, when FDR was photographed at age 2 1/2, dictated that boys wore dresses until age 6 or 7, also the time of their first haircut. Franklin’s outfit was considered gender-neutral.
Read more: When Did Girls Start Wearing Pink? | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
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Its the faggot FDR, yeah, back then liberals still fucked with their children.
he looks like he's on the edge of tears

but he's so cute, so the abuse is ok
I knew it is FDR. The stories of his mother's obsessive care were rampant many years ago, but it was never considered abuse back then. His mother, Sara Delano, ruled his life until she died, long after he was married and father to a passel of kids. He turned out OK.

It is kinda sad to see the past judged by today's cynical and malevolent speculative standards. When I was a teen, back in to 50's, and there weren't enough guys to go around, girls danced together and were never considered 'odd'. Guys shared living quarters by necessity and weren't considered 'odd'. And 'only' children were the only ones that had their own room.
Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
From the article:

We find the look unsettling today, yet social convention of 1884, when FDR was photographed at age 2 1/2, dictated that boys wore dresses until age 6 or 7, also the time of their first haircut. Franklin’s outfit was considered gender-neutral.
Read more: When Did Girls Start Wearing Pink? | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
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I just dont see the kids on the farm, you know real Americans dressing up their boys in little girl dresses. Back in those days, real men brought their kids up to be just like them, real men, not some pansy ass pajama boy who in the end fucked America with his socialist programs. The only real people who wore dresses, were girls and real women.

 

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To me it seems so odd that what the article calls "gender neutral" isn't actually neutral at all. King Louis is decked out as a GIRL as is FDR. The hair, the dresses, the footwear--nothing "neutral" about it. It's a friggin disguise.

WHY if girls were at the bottom of the totem pole, just another mouth to feed until you could marry her off, preferably before she got pregnant, were noble families like Louis' and elite families like the Roosevelts disguising their sons and heirs as GIRLS? It makes no sense whatever unless.....

The well heeled loved to ape the nobility. It made them feel more important. (Americans got the idea of decorating Christmas trees NOT from the Germans but from Queen Victoria, who got the idea from the Germans). The nobility had their own problems at Court--often a cut throat place where many, including sometimes your own siblings, wanted the heir apparent dead. So dressing him up as a girl and setting him loose in the courtyard to play with his sisters would protect him, would it not? Only the nannies would know.

The noble tradition was copied by the hangers on and was followed for centuries because that's what traditions do. They just hang around. Hand me downs being part of it, probably. There is no reason why all little girls couldn't have been dressed in boys' clothes 'til age 6 either, but no....

So what do you think? Cleopatra killed her brother. Queen Elizabeth 1st killed her sister. King Arthur being sent away to be raised by a huntsman in the woods in order to protect him was no solitary incident. I think this is why this very weird tradition.
 

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Its the faggot FDR, yeah, back then liberals still fucked with their children.
he looks like he's on the edge of tears

but he's so cute, so the abuse is ok
I knew it is FDR. The stories of his mother's obsessive care were rampant many years ago, but it was never considered abuse back then. His mother, Sara Delano, ruled his life until she died, long after he was married and father to a passel of kids. He turned out OK.

It is kinda sad to see the past judged by today's cynical and malevolent speculative standards. When I was a teen, back in to 50's, and there weren't enough guys to go around, girls danced together and were never considered 'odd'. Guys shared living quarters by necessity and weren't considered 'odd'. And 'only' children were the only ones that had their own room.
Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
From the article:

We find the look unsettling today, yet social convention of 1884, when FDR was photographed at age 2 1/2, dictated that boys wore dresses until age 6 or 7, also the time of their first haircut. Franklin’s outfit was considered gender-neutral.
Read more: When Did Girls Start Wearing Pink? | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
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I just dont see the kids on the farm, you know real Americans dressing up their boys in little girl dresses. Back in those days, real men brought their kids up to be just like them, real men, not some pansy ass pajama boy who in the end fucked America with his socialist programs. The only real people who wore dresses, were girls and real women.

My dad grew up on a farm and he was no pansy ass pajama boy. But he wore a dress when he was a toddler. They had a couple of cows, too.
 

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he looks like he's on the edge of tears

but he's so cute, so the abuse is ok
I knew it is FDR. The stories of his mother's obsessive care were rampant many years ago, but it was never considered abuse back then. His mother, Sara Delano, ruled his life until she died, long after he was married and father to a passel of kids. He turned out OK.

It is kinda sad to see the past judged by today's cynical and malevolent speculative standards. When I was a teen, back in to 50's, and there weren't enough guys to go around, girls danced together and were never considered 'odd'. Guys shared living quarters by necessity and weren't considered 'odd'. And 'only' children were the only ones that had their own room.
Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
From the article:

We find the look unsettling today, yet social convention of 1884, when FDR was photographed at age 2 1/2, dictated that boys wore dresses until age 6 or 7, also the time of their first haircut. Franklin’s outfit was considered gender-neutral.
Read more: When Did Girls Start Wearing Pink? | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
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I just dont see the kids on the farm, you know real Americans dressing up their boys in little girl dresses. Back in those days, real men brought their kids up to be just like them, real men, not some pansy ass pajama boy who in the end fucked America with his socialist programs. The only real people who wore dresses, were girls and real women.

My dad grew up on a farm and he was no pansy ass pajama boy. But he wore a dress when he was a toddler. They had a couple of cows, too.
What were your aunts names? Bossie? Clara Belle? Elsie?
 

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I knew it is FDR. The stories of his mother's obsessive care were rampant many years ago, but it was never considered abuse back then. His mother, Sara Delano, ruled his life until she died, long after he was married and father to a passel of kids. He turned out OK.

It is kinda sad to see the past judged by today's cynical and malevolent speculative standards. When I was a teen, back in to 50's, and there weren't enough guys to go around, girls danced together and were never considered 'odd'. Guys shared living quarters by necessity and weren't considered 'odd'. And 'only' children were the only ones that had their own room.
Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
From the article:

We find the look unsettling today, yet social convention of 1884, when FDR was photographed at age 2 1/2, dictated that boys wore dresses until age 6 or 7, also the time of their first haircut. Franklin’s outfit was considered gender-neutral.
Read more: When Did Girls Start Wearing Pink? | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
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I just dont see the kids on the farm, you know real Americans dressing up their boys in little girl dresses. Back in those days, real men brought their kids up to be just like them, real men, not some pansy ass pajama boy who in the end fucked America with his socialist programs. The only real people who wore dresses, were girls and real women.

My dad grew up on a farm and he was no pansy ass pajama boy. But he wore a dress when he was a toddler. They had a couple of cows, too.
What were your aunts names? Bossie? Clara Belle? Elsie?
Just pointing out that having a midget cow doesn't give you more testosterone.
 

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Its the faggot FDR, yeah, back then liberals still fucked with their children.
he looks like he's on the edge of tears

but he's so cute, so the abuse is ok
I knew it is FDR. The stories of his mother's obsessive care were rampant many years ago, but it was never considered abuse back then. His mother, Sara Delano, ruled his life until she died, long after he was married and father to a passel of kids. He turned out OK.

It is kinda sad to see the past judged by today's cynical and malevolent speculative standards. When I was a teen, back in to 50's, and there weren't enough guys to go around, girls danced together and were never considered 'odd'. Guys shared living quarters by necessity and weren't considered 'odd'. And 'only' children were the only ones that had their own room.
Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
From the article:

We find the look unsettling today, yet social convention of 1884, when FDR was photographed at age 2 1/2, dictated that boys wore dresses until age 6 or 7, also the time of their first haircut. Franklin’s outfit was considered gender-neutral.
Read more: When Did Girls Start Wearing Pink? | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
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I just dont see the kids on the farm, you know real Americans dressing up their boys in little girl dresses. Back in those days, real men brought their kids up to be just like them, real men, not some pansy ass pajama boy who in the end fucked America with his socialist programs. The only real people who wore dresses, were girls and real women.

Gee, your knowledge of the 1890s is whelming!
 

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he looks like he's on the edge of tears

but he's so cute, so the abuse is ok
I knew it is FDR. The stories of his mother's obsessive care were rampant many years ago, but it was never considered abuse back then. His mother, Sara Delano, ruled his life until she died, long after he was married and father to a passel of kids. He turned out OK.

It is kinda sad to see the past judged by today's cynical and malevolent speculative standards. When I was a teen, back in to 50's, and there weren't enough guys to go around, girls danced together and were never considered 'odd'. Guys shared living quarters by necessity and weren't considered 'odd'. And 'only' children were the only ones that had their own room.
Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
From the article:

We find the look unsettling today, yet social convention of 1884, when FDR was photographed at age 2 1/2, dictated that boys wore dresses until age 6 or 7, also the time of their first haircut. Franklin’s outfit was considered gender-neutral.
Read more: When Did Girls Start Wearing Pink? | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
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I just dont see the kids on the farm, you know real Americans dressing up their boys in little girl dresses. Back in those days, real men brought their kids up to be just like them, real men, not some pansy ass pajama boy who in the end fucked America with his socialist programs. The only real people who wore dresses, were girls and real women.

My dad grew up on a farm and he was no pansy ass pajama boy. But he wore a dress when he was a toddler. They had a couple of cows, too.

How did they get the cows to put on the dresses?
 

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Wow. That's a true pleated skirt and look at the maryjanes on his feet. And that is Ravi's hat.
That's incredible.
I have a picture of my dad from around 1925 when he was probably 2 or 3, standing in the yard in a shift that was more like a nightgown--I figured it was more practical when you had a shitload of kids to wear indeterminate sacks--one size fits many. Also it's easier to change the diaper.
But THIS is a true dressing her son as a girl thing. Was the woman mad?
From the article:

We find the look unsettling today, yet social convention of 1884, when FDR was photographed at age 2 1/2, dictated that boys wore dresses until age 6 or 7, also the time of their first haircut. Franklin’s outfit was considered gender-neutral.
Read more: When Did Girls Start Wearing Pink? | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
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I just dont see the kids on the farm, you know real Americans dressing up their boys in little girl dresses. Back in those days, real men brought their kids up to be just like them, real men, not some pansy ass pajama boy who in the end fucked America with his socialist programs. The only real people who wore dresses, were girls and real women.

My dad grew up on a farm and he was no pansy ass pajama boy. But he wore a dress when he was a toddler. They had a couple of cows, too.
What were your aunts names? Bossie? Clara Belle? Elsie?
Just pointing out that having a midget cow doesn't give you more testosterone.
Being related to them doesn't either! :D
 

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To me it seems so odd that what the article calls "gender neutral" isn't actually neutral at all. King Louis is decked out as a GIRL as is FDR. The hair, the dresses, the footwear--nothing "neutral" about it. It's a friggin disguise.

WHY if girls were at the bottom of the totem pole, just another mouth to feed until you could marry her off, preferably before she got pregnant, were noble families like Louis' and elite families like the Roosevelts disguising their sons and heirs as GIRLS? It makes no sense whatever unless.....

The well heeled loved to ape the nobility. It made them feel more important. (Americans got the idea of decorating Christmas trees NOT from the Germans but from Queen Victoria, who got the idea from the Germans). The nobility had their own problems at Court--often a cut throat place where many, including sometimes your own siblings, wanted the heir apparent dead. So dressing him up as a girl and setting him loose in the courtyard to play with his sisters would protect him, would it not? Only the nannies would know.

The noble tradition was copied by the hangers on and was followed for centuries because that's what traditions do. They just hang around. Hand me downs being part of it, probably. There is no reason why all little girls couldn't have been dressed in boys' clothes 'til age 6 either, but no....

So what do you think? Cleopatra killed her brother. Queen Elizabeth 1st killed her sister. King Arthur being sent away to be raised by a huntsman in the woods in order to protect him was no solitary incident. I think this is why this very weird tradition.
You could be right, but my logic says that is not the case. Royalty announces gender at birth so it is no secret, although the cut-throat competition of the day was definitely real. Nobody still knows about the two royal boys Richard confined to the Tower of London. They just suddenly went missing. However the case of FDR, or even Teddy for that matter, is not likened to royalty. It was simply a custom of the day for those who could afford it but mostly only among the wealthy, I believe. Nobody else could afford to pamper kids that long. They had chores by 5 or 6.
 

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Its the faggot FDR, yeah, back then liberals still fucked with their children.
:clap:

The second one is of Louis XV.

I suspect it was only the wealthiest boys that wore dresses (the sons of capitalists). They all didn't grow up to be transgender did they??


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You think Louis XV was a CAPITALIST? :eek: :lol: :lmao: :rofl:

You ISIS members are the dumbest of the dumb....
 

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Is it Donald J(ackass) Trump?
LOL! Trying to see the Orange Tang Bone Spur POTUS in that photo.
I'd like you Snowflakes to explain something to me.

You make a big deal out of President Trump's medical deferement.

But, where are your comments about:

Obama's deferememts from military service.
Or Bill Clinton's.

The only living presidents who served are GW Bush for his Air National Guard service and Jimmy Carter, a bona fide submariner and Nuke advocate.

Your two-faced responses are dutifully noted.
 

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Is it Donald J(ackass) Trump?
LOL! Trying to see the Orange Tang Bone Spur POTUS in that photo.
I'd like you Snowflakes to explain something to me.

You make a big deal out of President Trump's medical deferement.

But, where are your comments about:

Obama's deferememts from military service.
Or Bill Clinton's.

The only living presidents who served are GW Bush for his Air National Guard service and Jimmy Carter, a bona fide submariner and Nuke advocate.

Your two-faced responses are dutifully noted.
You have a link to Clinton's or Obama's "deferememts"? :biggrin:
 

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Is it Donald J(ackass) Trump?
LOL! Trying to see the Orange Tang Bone Spur POTUS in that photo.
I'd like you Snowflakes to explain something to me.

You make a big deal out of President Trump's medical deferement.

But, where are your comments about:

Obama's deferememts from military service.
Or Bill Clinton's.

The only living presidents who served are GW Bush for his Air National Guard service and Jimmy Carter, a bona fide submariner and Nuke advocate.

Your two-faced responses are dutifully noted.
You need correction. Obama never needed a deferment. There was no draft. Honesty is the best policy.
 

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How does this relate to little boys wearing dresses?

Maybe I don't want to know.
 

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I know I know it was AOC before she lost her mind and became the FLAVOR OF THE DAY for you DemonRATS!

 

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