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17 hours ago, Royale with Cheese said:

 

Okay so if you are attacked while in your car.  You're not allowed to drive if someone is in front of you.  You just have to take the beating.

Law or no law if you're being threatened with physical harm and you believe fleeing is the best course of action and you have to run the dirt bags over to do that then you do that.  You're about to get attacked and your attackers are not conflicted with some moral decision.  They are out to hurt you.  Especially so if you're in some liberal left jurisdiction where you know the government is telling the cops to do nothing to stop rioters and look the other way.  And if necessary take your chances in court later.  Better to be judged by twelve then to be carried by six.   

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Law or no law if you're being threatened with physical harm and you believe fleeing is the best course of action and you have to run the dirt bags over to do that then you do that.  You're about to ge

NO....it is not the reason. You can keep thinking it if you want to, but it doesn't make it true.

This internet tough guy nonsense is played. 

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With race the topic du jour, it is odd that more attention isn’t being paid to the most obvious discrimination in our society: that against Asians.

 

While employers commonly engage in such discrimination, the most viciously discriminatory organizations in our society are universities. Thus, Senate Republicans offered an amendment to the new “COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act” that would have ended federal funding of universities that discriminate against Asian American applicants. The amendment, sponsored by Ted Cruz and John Kennedy, was narrowly defeated by Senate Democrats.

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8 minutes ago, B-Man said:

With race the topic du jour, it is odd that more attention isn’t being paid to the most obvious discrimination in our society: that against Asians.

 

While employers commonly engage in such discrimination, the most viciously discriminatory organizations in our society are universities. Thus, Senate Republicans offered an amendment to the new “COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act” that would have ended federal funding of universities that discriminate against Asian American applicants. The amendment, sponsored by Ted Cruz and John Kennedy, was narrowly defeated by Senate Democrats.

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The higher education resolution is clearly grandstanding, but still telling of just how bad things are. 

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It's like none of the left read "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" or  maybe they burned the booK.

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On 4/23/2021 at 8:20 AM, BillStime said:


Yea that poor woman in Charlottesville would like to speak to you about being protected.

 

Laws already exist to protect drivers and pedestrians - this law is nothing more than red meat for a racist base. 


There is a significant difference between plowing into a crowd of people and fleeing the scene when you feel your life is in danger.

 

There’s also law to protect protesters who have someone drive into a crowd like in Charlottesville. The driver got two life sentences so justice was served. 

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3 minutes ago, Royale with Cheese said:


There is a significant difference between plowing into a crowd of people and fleeing the scene when you feel your life is in danger.

 

There’s also law to protect protesters who have someone drive into a crowd like in Charlottesville. The driver got two life sentences so justice was served. 

 

Why do we need new laws?

 

What's the message?

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15 minutes ago, BillStime said:

 

Why do we need new laws?

 

What's the message?


Because protesters have been violating laws and this tightens it by making it very clear.  We had to propose 81 new riot laws last year because of all the rioting.


It has nothing to do with race, Dems voted for it too.  I guess they’re racist now too?

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Corporate Media And Other Race-Baiters Have Incited More Violence Than Trump Ever Did

by Kylee Zempel

 

https://thefederalist.com/2021/04/23/corporate-media-and-other-race-baiters-have-incited-more-violence-than-trump-ever-did/

 

Adam Toledo is a name that has likely saturated your newsfeed over the past month. He was a 13-year-old Mexican-American boy who was fatally shot by a police officer on Chicago’s West Side not one month ago.This week, that name was overshadowed by Ma’Khia Bryant, a black teenager who died at the hands of law enforcement in Ohio. In both cases, leftist politicians and Twitter-verified “journalists” couldn’t get the story out fast enough, absent facts, video, or nuance — but the headlines wrote themselves: “Racist Cop Shoots Unarmed Minority.”Also in both cases, the stories turned out to be completely wrong.

 

 

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On 4/24/2021 at 12:02 PM, B-Man said:

 

 

I was hoping that this was satire, but it is not...............still trying to divide us.

 

 

 

https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/550017-the-climate-crisis-demands-a-national-black-climate-agenda

 

The climate crisis demands a national Black climate agenda

Hill [Washington DC], by Colette Pichon Battle

 

 

 

 


Title should have been “racist government is root of all evil, so we need more government.” 

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SEGREGATION NOW,       SEGREGATION TOMORROW,       SEGREGATION FOREVER: 

 

SUNY Geneseo announces new dorm ‘for Students of Color.’

 

 

https://www.campusreform.org/article?id=17276

 

I can’t believe we are in the process of resegregation and its being called progressive. Diversity and integration has only ever been the solution.  

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2 minutes ago, B-Man said:

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Always complaining about someone complaining about racism. Almost like the issues is personal with you. 

 

Like it hurts your feelings when racists are assailed by words 

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