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  1. #5086
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    I hope her next step is primarying Schumer.
    HELLO

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    NY Times wrote that almost 30 million Americans didn't have enough to eat last week and some bit ch about a extra 500 dollars on unemployment benefit. Yes, let's maintain the status quo as it is. We could always ignore this and wish it away like Trump is doing with the coronavirus pandemic.

    Another powder keg that will explode, like the upcoming eviction problem if we keep kicking things down the road.
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    WE STILL KNOW WHERE THE PITCHFORKS ARE:Beau of the Fifth Column, you tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRam View Post
    I hope her next step is primarying Schumer.
    I hope her next step is stop grandstanding and playing hardcore identity politics

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlakeyFool View Post
    I hope her next step is stop grandstanding and playing hardcore identity politics
    Wait, when you represent the poor minority population who live in your district, you are nevertheless still obligated to play to the rich white man’s game? Screw that. Bring on the Green New Deal!

    Add to it, what she said about the general attitude of men in this country towards women was spot on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crovash View Post
    Wait, when you represent the poor minority population who live in your district, you are nevertheless still obligated to play to the rich white man’s game? Screw that. Bring on the Green New Deal!

    Add to it, what she said about the general attitude of men in this country towards women was spot on.
    What, exactly, is the general attitude of men in this country towards women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    What, exactly, is the general attitude of men in this country towards women.
    What she said in her speech to the House in response to your bou Yoho . Listen to it; you might learn something about who you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crovash View Post
    What she said in her speech to the House in response to your bou Yoho . Listen to it; you might learn something about who you are.
    So are you saying that women should be treated differently just because they are women??? I thought they wanted to be treated as equals. Is bad behavior worse behavior when a woman is targeted???

    If Yoho would have acted in an uncivil manner to a male politician would it have be covered differently??? It probably would have been covered differently (if at all).

    Should the Moms for Portland be treated differently marching in lock step towards the courthouse be treated any different that the other "peaceful protestors" because they are moms????

    Aren't we all the same.

    And for the record……Yoho is not my boy (or bou). I never heard of him before the AOC confrontation. I doubt if many had.

    And I'm certain I know who I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    So are you saying that women should be treated differently just because they are women??? I thought they wanted to be treated as equals. Is bad behavior worse behavior when a woman is targeted???

    If Yoho would have acted in an uncivil manner to a male politician would it have be covered differently??? It probably would have been covered differently (if at all).

    Should the Moms for Portland be treated differently marching in lock step towards the courthouse be treated any different that the other "peaceful protestors" because they are moms????

    Aren't we all the same.

    And for the record……Yoho is not my boy (or bou). I never heard of him before the AOC confrontation. I doubt if many had.

    And I'm certain I know who I am.
    Wow. You really are a big time pinhead.

    Not one of you questions was relevant to my post (or to her speech — but how would you know that?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crovash View Post
    Wow. You really are a big time pinhead.

    Not one of you questions was relevant to my post (or to her speech — but how would you know that?)
    Coming from you, I'll take that as, well, coming from you.

    I saw the speech. (How could you not. It was everywhere.) It was a good speech.She addressed herself very well. What more is it that you want me to say???

    And, just to be clear, you didn't answer any of my questions…so I'll repeat:

    So are you saying that women should be treated differently just because they are women??? I thought they wanted to be treated as equals. Is bad behavior worse behavior when a woman is targeted???

    If Yoho would have acted in an uncivil manner to a male politician would it have be covered differently??? It probably would have been covered differently (if at all).

    Should the Moms for Portland be treated differently marching in lock step towards the courthouse be treated any different that the other "peaceful protestors" because they are moms????

    Aren't we all the same.

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    As you have no interest in commenting intelligently on my post, I have no interest in answering your question, so I will pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crovash View Post
    As you have no interest in commenting intelligently on my post, I have no interest in answering your question, so I will pass.
    I listened to what she said. It has been played ad infinitum (that means a lot.) It was a well written articulate speech rebutting an uncivil and rude confrontation with Yoho. What else is there to say???

    How does that not answer your post???

    As to the question at hand (that you cannot seem to answer)………

    So are you saying that women should be treated differently just because they are women??? I thought they wanted to be treated as equals. Is bad behavior worse behavior when a woman is targeted???

    If Yoho would have acted in an uncivil manner to a male politician would it have be covered differently??? It probably would have been covered differently (if at all).

    Should the Moms for Portland be treated differently marching in lock step towards the courthouse be treated any different that the other "peaceful protestors" because they are moms????

    Aren't we all the same.


    You just can't seem to answer this.

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    Well here's one.......blacks want to be treated equal, too...but still don't want to be called the N word
    ...so there's that part

    There's also a difference between treated equally...and identically.
    gotta love 'referential' treatment

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiteWolf View Post
    Well here's one.......blacks want to be treated equal, too...but still don't want to be called the N word
    ...so there's that part

    There's also a difference between treated equally...and identically.
    OK. So do we treat women differently because they are women??? Moms because they are moms???

    I'm just wondering if the AOC incident would have been treated any differently if it was a man being unduly insulted. Why the need to make such a point about the Moms marching in Portland being moms at all??

    Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluggo1 View Post
    Coming from you, I'll take that as, well, coming from you.

    I saw the speech. (How could you not. It was everywhere.) It was a good speech.She addressed herself very well. What more is it that you want me to say???

    And, just to be clear, you didn't answer any of my questions…so I'll repeat:

    So are you saying that women should be treated differently just because they are women??? I thought they wanted to be treated as equals. Is bad behavior worse behavior when a woman is targeted???

    If Yoho would have acted in an uncivil manner to a male politician would it have be covered differently??? It probably would have been covered differently (if at all).

    Should the Moms for Portland be treated differently marching in lock step towards the courthouse be treated any different that the other "peaceful protestors" because they are moms????

    Aren't we all the same.
    If you help a little old lady across the street but not a young, fit dude across that same street, you don’t believe in equality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    If you help a little old lady across the street but not a young, fit dude across that same street, you don’t believe in equality.
    Stupid point. But consistent with you.

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