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LoserSlick
09-28-2017, 03:25 PM
Broncos players say they plan to stand together for national anthem (http://www.denverpost.com/2017/09/28/broncos-stand-national-anthem-vs-raiders/)

that's good broncos :flower:

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 01:34 AM
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ZONA
09-29-2017, 01:59 AM
I was fine either way. Stand if you want or don't. Only the snowflakes got all bent out of shape.

I wonder if all those snowflakes that burned their NFL jersey's and said they were going to boycott the NFL will come crawling back. Probably so. Pathetic thin skinned snowflakes.

I personally would stand myself, but I would never have a problem with somebody else that wanted to take a knee.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 03:50 AM
I just wish they would dispense with the charade that their objection to kneeling during the anthem is all about patriotism and respect for military men and women.

These are the same idiots who support a draft-dodging president who ****s on gold star families and American POWs.

It's not about patriotism - it's racism, pure and simple.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 04:06 AM
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(http://verifiedpolitics.com/trump-just-used-double-amputee-vet-war-nfl-vets-response-everything/)
Trump Just Used A Double-Amputee Vet In His War On NFL. The Vet's Response Is Everything (http://verifiedpolitics.com/trump-just-used-double-amputee-vet-war-nfl-vets-response-everything/)

The American hero refused to be exploited and quickly put the president in his place.

Rohirrim
09-29-2017, 06:49 AM
Kneeling or standing is absolutely meaningless if you don't (at bare minimum) go to the polls and vote. Last election, 52%. 31st out of 35 democratic countries. Internationally, Belgium had the highest participatory rate in its most recent election at 87 percent, followed by Turkey at 84 percent and Sweden at 82 percent. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/voter-turnout-united-states/

If you can't be bothered to vote, please STFU.

In Ferguson, 67% of the population is black. Why do they have a police force dominated by whites? Why was the total joke of mayor (white) of that town just re-elected over a black woman? Because blacks don't vote. https://www.theroot.com/ferguson-mo-stays-in-the-sunken-place-re-elects-fai-1794039253

Why is Trump president? Because nearly half the registered voters in American didn't show up at the polls. This is why I really don't give a **** about the demonstrations going on. They don't mean ****.

ShaneFalco
09-29-2017, 06:54 AM
Kneeling or standing is absolutely meaningless if you don't (at bare minimum) go to the polls and vote. Last election, 52%. 31st out of 35 democratic countries. Internationally, Belgium had the highest participatory rate in its most recent election at 87 percent, followed by Turkey at 84 percent and Sweden at 82 percent. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/voter-turnout-united-states/

If you can't be bothered to vote, please STFU.

In Ferguson, 67% of the population is black. Why do they have a police force dominated by whites? Why was the total joke of mayor (white) of that town just re-elected over a black woman? Because blacks don't vote. https://www.theroot.com/ferguson-mo-stays-in-the-sunken-place-re-elects-fai-1794039253

Why is Trump president? Because nearly half the registered voters in American didn't show up at the polls. This is why I really don't give a **** about the demonstrations going on. They don't mean ****.
Maria Chappal Nadal is an idiot first of all. Her opinion means little, after her ridiculous statements.

I dont blame people for not voting when candidates are like her.

69bronco
09-29-2017, 07:02 AM
Too little too late, still had 32 thugs kneeling last week.. I'll be fishing :wave:

spdirty
09-29-2017, 07:04 AM
Too little too late, still had 32 thugs kneeling last week.. I'll be fishing :wave:

I'll go next week. Supporting the Rockies Sunday. Where are you going?

swaiy
09-29-2017, 07:05 AM
Kneeling or standing is absolutely meaningless if you don't (at bare minimum) go to the polls and vote. Last election, 52%. 31st out of 35 democratic countries. Internationally, Belgium had the highest participatory rate in its most recent election at 87 percent, followed by Turkey at 84 percent and Sweden at 82 percent. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/voter-turnout-united-states/

If you can't be bothered to vote, please STFU.

In Ferguson, 67% of the population is black. Why do they have a police force dominated by whites? Why was the total joke of mayor (white) of that town just re-elected over a black woman? Because blacks don't vote. https://www.theroot.com/ferguson-mo-stays-in-the-sunken-place-re-elects-fai-1794039253

Why is Trump president? Because nearly half the registered voters in American didn't show up at the polls. This is why I really don't give a **** about the demonstrations going on. They don't mean ****.


From your same
Years of collusion between white Democrats and Republicans, gerrymandering, voter suppression and inept black leadership have baked a humble pie of passive black voters in and around St. Louis.

This is what I have a problem with. Some of us can't get out of our own way, and then you have the aforementioned problems of gerrymandering, voter suppression, etc.

This isn't just Ferguson and it isn't just now. It's been happening for as long as black people were considered "equal." I'm not pointing the finger at anyone without acknowledging that we need to help ourselves but, I'm not going to act like it's just OUR problem.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 07:09 AM
Too little too late, still had 32 thugs kneeling last week.. I'll be fishing :wave:

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L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 07:10 AM
I'll go next week. Supporting the Rockies Sunday. Where are you going?

https://s26.postimg.org/jiicudiah/IMG_6547.jpg

spdirty
09-29-2017, 07:20 AM
Never had or wore a confederate flag and don't support kid rock. Come up with something new.

Atwater His Ass
09-29-2017, 08:30 AM
Not good enough. The statement is nothing but SJW virtue signaling. They clearly think that's it is ok to protest during the anthem, but they'll probably do it by standing and doing that stupid arm locked thing. Nothing has changed since last week or last year in that respect if that's the way they move forward.

Won't be supporting this team with my time or money any longer.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 09:38 AM
Not good enough. The statement is nothing but SJW virtue signaling. They clearly think that's it is ok to protest during the anthem, but they'll probably do it by standing and doing that stupid arm locked thing. Nothing has changed since last week or last year in that respect if that's the way they move forward.

Won't be supporting this team with my time or money any longer.

https://s26.postimg.org/eb6l3mguh/IMG_6558.jpg

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 09:40 AM
Never had or wore a confederate flag and don't support kid rock. Come up with something new.

That post wasn't addressed to you, but if the shoe fits...

Chicago_Bronco
09-29-2017, 09:55 AM
Not good enough. The statement is nothing but SJW virtue signaling. They clearly think that's it is ok to protest during the anthem, but they'll probably do it by standing and doing that stupid arm locked thing. Nothing has changed since last week or last year in that respect if that's the way they move forward.

Won't be supporting this team with my time or money any longer.

Just curious... what about when the roster turns over?

69bronco
09-29-2017, 09:59 AM
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Seattle snowflakes Hilarious!

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 10:02 AM
Not good enough. The statement is nothing but SJW virtue signaling. They clearly think that's it is ok to protest during the anthem, but they'll probably do it by standing and doing that stupid arm locked thing. Nothing has changed since last week or last year in that respect if that's the way they move forward.

Won't be supporting this team with my time or money any longer.

https://s26.postimg.org/wnv8egix5/snowflake_alert_2.jpg

Amazing how so many people could be so blind as to worship a symbol without understanding what the symbol represents.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 10:23 AM
It's not because NFL players are "disrespecting the flag" - it's because these racists think they alone OWN the flag...

https://external.fbkk12-1.fna.fbcdn.net/safe_image.php?d=AQDQ6tWv31xR3GTH&w=476&h=249&url=https%3A%2F%2Fforwardprogressives.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2017%2F09%2Fidiot-disrespecting-flag.jpg&cfs=1&upscale=1&sx=0&sy=0&sw=840&sh=439&_nc_hash=AQDkkEGxofN_0hA4
(https://forwardprogressives.com/next-time-someone-says-they-wont-tolerate-anyone-disrespecting-the-flag-show-them-this-video/)
Next Time Someone Says They Won't Tolerate Anyone Disrespecting the Flag, Show Them This (Video) (https://forwardprogressives.com/next-time-someone-says-they-wont-tolerate-anyone-disrespecting-the-flag-show-them-this-video/)

69bronco
09-29-2017, 10:31 AM
I'll go next week. Supporting the Rockies Sunday. Where are you going?

Probably doing some fly fishing between spinney and eleven mile.:thumbs:

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 11:14 AM
Probably doing some fly fishing between spinney and eleven mile.:thumbs:

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L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 11:20 AM
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mhgaffney
09-29-2017, 11:25 AM
This whole issue is bullshyte. A diversion from what is happening in our world. I never liked the Air Force jets flying over the games, or the patriotic spin attached to the Super Bowl. It's b.s.

As I write, the US is helping Saudi Arabia destroy the nation of Yemen. It's a genocidal conflict -- and the US is helping to lay waste to yet another people.

How many of you in here could find Yemen on a map -- without the help of Google earth?

As I write, the US is targeting Russian generals in Syria with precision mortar fire. It is being done out of sheer spite, after the US backed terrorists (Al Qaeda) lost the war. The US is not even pretending anymore, that we are there to fight ISIS. No, we are clearly there to destroy Syria, yet another nation under US attack.

You clowns think football matters in a world wracked by US terrorism and violence? If you think that, you need a serious reality check.

spdirty
09-29-2017, 11:41 AM
This whole issue is bullshyte. A diversion from what is happening in our world. I never liked the Air Force jets flying over the games, or the patriotic spin attached to the Super Bowl. It's b.s.

As I write, the US is helping Saudi Arabia destroy the nation of Yemen. It's a genocidal conflict -- and the US is helping to lay waste to yet another people.

How many of you in here could find Yemen on a map -- without the help of Google earth?

As I write, the US is targeting Russian generals in Syria with precision mortar fire. It is being done out of sheer spite, after the US backed terrorists (Al Qaeda) lost the war. The US is not even pretending anymore, that we are there to fight ISIS. No, we are clearly there to destroy Syria, yet another nation under US attack.

You clowns think football matters in a world wracked by US terrorism and violence? If you think that, you need a serious reality check.

LOL

Arkie
09-29-2017, 11:42 AM
Kneeling or standing is absolutely meaningless if you don't (at bare minimum) go to the polls and vote. Last election, 52%. 31st out of 35 democratic countries. Internationally, Belgium had the highest participatory rate in its most recent election at 87 percent, followed by Turkey at 84 percent and Sweden at 82 percent. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/voter-turnout-united-states/

If you can't be bothered to vote, please STFU.

In Ferguson, 67% of the population is black. Why do they have a police force dominated by whites? Why was the total joke of mayor (white) of that town just re-elected over a black woman? Because blacks don't vote. https://www.theroot.com/ferguson-mo-stays-in-the-sunken-place-re-elects-fai-1794039253

Why is Trump president? Because nearly half the registered voters in American didn't show up at the polls. This is why I really don't give a **** about the demonstrations going on. They don't mean ****.

Voting is meaningless when the only choices are Hillary and Trump. I voted 3rd party, but people tell me that it's a wasted vote, so that was meaningless too.

Rohirrim
09-29-2017, 11:46 AM
Voting is meaningless when the only choices are Hillary and Trump. I voted 3rd party, but people tell me that it's a wasted vote, so that was meaningless too.

Voting for local offices is an entirely different thing from national elections. Still, 52% turnout is embarrassing for the supposed #1 democracy in the world.

gunns
09-29-2017, 12:07 PM
Not good enough. The statement is nothing but SJW virtue signaling. They clearly think that's it is ok to protest during the anthem, but they'll probably do it by standing and doing that stupid arm locked thing. Nothing has changed since last week or last year in that respect if that's the way they move forward.

Won't be supporting this team with my time or money any longer.

Glad you could stop by this bastion of the NFL one last time to let us know. Buh-bye.

gunns
09-29-2017, 12:08 PM
I'll go next week. Supporting the Rockies Sunday. Where are you going?

You too. Buh bye

gunns
09-29-2017, 12:09 PM
Too little too late, still had 32 thugs kneeling last week.. I'll be fishing :wave:

Buh bye Felicias

Atwater His Ass
09-29-2017, 02:20 PM
Just curious... what about when the roster turns over?

What do you mean by that? There won't be any meaningful roster turnover, due to the salary cap, let alone for competitive reasons.

I think most of the players in the NFL are naive; they are people who won the genetic lottery and parlayed that gift into playing professional sports. They have no real world experience, other than being celebrated for their athletic abilities their entire lives. I don't look to them for political guidance or personal advice. They've been suckered into the race hucksters narrative of this country due to that naivety.

In any case, it's the NFL and ownership I take most issue with. They are suppossed to be the adults in these situations but are so paralyzed by the SJW players, they are too scared to do what's right because they think it will negatively affect their bottom line.

For me, I would consider coming back once the entire league starts to respect the anthem appropriately. I have no problem with the players and their personal beliefs, no matter how mis-guided, but they need to do that stuff on their own time, not in the workplace and stop the virtue signaling. Do some real work in the local community instead. Stop the "look at me instagram" mentality.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-29-2017, 02:20 PM
Buh bye Felicias

:yep:

Looks like tRump inadvertently weeded the white supremacists out of the NFL. :thumbs:

swaiy
09-29-2017, 02:40 PM
Do some real work in the local community instead. Stop the "look at me instagram" mentality.


Just because you didn't use the resources (google) at your fingertips to find out what they do in those communities is no indicative of reality. The truth is, alot of these players are VERY active in the community.

This is just you trying to find a reason to justify your anger with the protest.

I'm going to post a real familiar phrase .

"If you don't like it, leave."

swaiy
09-29-2017, 02:42 PM
And I have to say this, you not watching football will actually be indirectly reinforcing the entire point of the protest.

W*GS
09-29-2017, 02:47 PM
My whole schtick is bullshyte.

FYP.

footstepsfrom#27
09-29-2017, 03:15 PM
What do you mean by that? There won't be any meaningful roster turnover, due to the salary cap, let alone for competitive reasons.

I think most of the players in the NFL are naive; they are people who won the genetic lottery and parlayed that gift into playing professional sports. They have no real world experience, other than being celebrated for their athletic abilities their entire lives. I don't look to them for political guidance or personal advice. They've been suckered into the race hucksters narrative of this country due to that naivety.

In any case, it's the NFL and ownership I take most issue with. They are suppossed to be the adults in these situations but are so paralyzed by the SJW players, they are too scared to do what's right because they think it will negatively affect their bottom line.

For me, I would consider coming back once the entire league starts to respect the anthem appropriately. I have no problem with the players and their personal beliefs, no matter how mis-guided, but they need to do that stuff on their own time, not in the workplace and stop the virtue signaling. Do some real work in the local community instead. Stop the "look at me instagram" mentality.
Care to tell us what you do in the community? Besides **** on everyone who cares I mean.

LoserSlick
09-29-2017, 03:17 PM
I was fine either way. Stand if you want or don't. Only the snowflakes got all bent out of shape.

I wonder if all those snowflakes that burned their NFL jersey's and said they were going to boycott the NFL will come crawling back. Probably so. Pathetic thin skinned snowflakes.

I personally would stand myself, but I would never have a problem with somebody else that wanted to take a knee.

the snowflakes are precisely what makes it an issue. i care whether or not someone stands during the anthem to the extent that it put the professional sport we all enjoy in harms way.

cutthemdown
09-30-2017, 12:30 AM
Players caved fast. I bet the white ones are like thank god, now lets play some football.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-30-2017, 02:42 AM
Are the neo-Nazi snowflakes who are done with the NFL done with this message board as well? :~ohyah!:

How consistent will they be?

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-30-2017, 02:45 AM
the snowflakes are precisely what makes it an issue. i care whether or not someone stands during the anthem to the extent that it put the professional sport we all enjoy in harms way.

Then you should call the WH and lodge a complaint against the snowflake-in-chief who demanded that NFL players be forced to stand, called for those who didn't stand to be fired, etc.

footstepsfrom#27
09-30-2017, 06:50 AM
Then you should call the WH and lodge a complaint against the snowflake-in-chief who demanded that NFL players be forced to stand, called for those who didn't stand to be fired, etc.
LMAO at these clownish nincompoops who think a multi billion dollar sports empire collectively owned by the world's richest men is "in harm's way" because a few people kneel during a song not one person in a thousand watching on TV stands for at home in their living room.

Stupid on steroids...

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-30-2017, 07:40 AM
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L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-30-2017, 07:49 AM
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BroncoSojia
09-30-2017, 08:22 AM
Too little too late, still had 32 thugs kneeling last week.. I'll be fishing :wave:

How are they thugs? They haven't committed any crimes. All they did was participate in a peaceful protest.

footstepsfrom#27
09-30-2017, 08:48 AM
Kneeling or standing is absolutely meaningless if you don't (at bare minimum) go to the polls and vote. Last election, 52%. 31st out of 35 democratic countries. Internationally, Belgium had the highest participatory rate in its most recent election at 87 percent, followed by Turkey at 84 percent and Sweden at 82 percent. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/voter-turnout-united-states/

If you can't be bothered to vote, please STFU.

In Ferguson, 67% of the population is black. Why do they have a police force dominated by whites? Why was the total joke of mayor (white) of that town just re-elected over a black woman? Because blacks don't vote. https://www.theroot.com/ferguson-mo-stays-in-the-sunken-place-re-elects-fai-1794039253

Why is Trump president? Because nearly half the registered voters in American didn't show up at the polls. This is why I really don't give a **** about the demonstrations going on. They don't mean ****.
You do realize that a significant number of black voters had their voting rights either diluted or outright stripped by these various red state GOP voter suoression tactics right? We don't know the number but it's likely high enough to make a big difference in some of these races.

footstepsfrom#27
09-30-2017, 08:50 AM
How are they thugs? They haven't committed any crimes. All they did was participate in a peaceful protest.
To feeble minds like 69Butthead that is a crime.

W*GS
09-30-2017, 08:52 AM
How are they thugs? They haven't committed any crimes. All they did was participate in a peaceful protest.

Didn't you know? The default for a black guy, especially a football player, is "thug".

footstepsfrom#27
09-30-2017, 08:57 AM
Players caved fast. I bet the white ones are like thank god, now lets play some football.
They were already playing football.

Not all white people are racist A-holes like you. Some actually do care about their fellow man.

cutthemdown
09-30-2017, 09:40 AM
They were already playing football.

Not all white people are racist A-holes like you. Some actually do care about their fellow man.

How many hours a week of community service. Most likely you are all talk.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-30-2017, 11:56 AM
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L.A. BRONCOS FAN
09-30-2017, 11:57 AM
They were already playing football.

Not all white people are racist A-holes like you. Some actually do care about their fellow man.

Yep.

Cut one is definitely part of the problem.

https://s25.postimg.org/4e3ki4x27/IMG_6578.jpg

ZONA
09-30-2017, 02:04 PM
Players caved fast. I bet the white ones are like thank god, now lets play some football.

You're sorry racist ass would see it exactly that way, no surprise there. I'm surprised you even watch sports, knowing there are black men getting paid.

LoserSlick
10-01-2017, 06:36 PM
LMAO at these clownish nincompoops who think a multi billion dollar sports empire collectively owned by the world's richest men is "in harm's way" because a few people kneel during a song not one person in a thousand watching on TV stands for at home in their living room.

Stupid on steroids...

you forgot to say "PERIOD"

p.s. where's asperber boi?

:oyvey:

LoserSlick
10-01-2017, 06:37 PM
You're sorry racist ass would see it exactly that way, no surprise there. I'm surprised you even watch sports, knowing there are black men getting paid.

yea... not sure i agree with cut's choice of word their :/

Rohirrim
10-01-2017, 09:44 PM
You do realize that a significant number of black voters had their voting rights either diluted or outright stripped by these various red state GOP voter suoression tactics right? We don't know the number but it's likely high enough to make a big difference in some of these races.

I also realize that if 85% of blacks went to the polls and voted, it wouldn't matter. That's where the REAL fight is. The percentage of millennials who voted was 50%. If everybody who is angry about the way our government operates actually went to the polls, things would change. Kneel all you want. If you don't vote, it won't matter. The kneeling becomes an empty gesture. That's the lesson of Ferguson. Everybody protested. In the next election, the incumbent mayor won.

Think Trump is bad? The next one will be worse. And who knows, maybe he'll win with less than 30% of the vote.

gunns
10-01-2017, 10:10 PM
you forgot to say "PERIOD"

p.s. where's asperber boi?

:oyvey:

Who is asperber boi? And what is asperber?

footstepsfrom#27
10-01-2017, 10:48 PM
I also realize that if 85% of blacks went to the polls and voted, it wouldn't matter. That's where the REAL fight is. The percentage of millennials who voted was 50%. If everybody who is angry about the way our government operates actually went to the polls, things would change. Kneel all you want. If you don't vote, it won't matter. The kneeling becomes an empty gesture. That's the lesson of Ferguson. Everybody protested. In the next election, the incumbent mayor won.

Think Trump is bad? The next one will be worse. And who knows, maybe he'll win with less than 30% of the vote.
My point is, first of all, we don't know how many tried to vote and were turned away by these dirty tricks or had their names purged from the rolls. Second. 85% black bofed turnout is absurdly unrealistic. Pew Research (https://www.google.com/amp/www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/05/12/black-voter-turnout-fell-in-2016-even-as-a-record-number-of-americans-cast-ballots/%3Famp=1) has black turnout below the bump it got from the Obama candidacy but fairly consistent with how it usually compares to the white turnout. Look at their graph. The entire country only saw a 61.4% voter turnout so asking black voters who were already being stopped in many cases by the GOP voter suoression tactics to beat that by 24 percentage points is just ridiculous. Black voters were only 6 percentage points behind the white vote in an election that saw a rise in white voters and they also came out in numbers that beat Latino voters by 12 percentage points. I haven't heard that even mentioned. That last figure is more surprising given the immigration issues raised by Rump and his disrespectful treatment of them as a group so putting this on black voters is just silly and inaccurate.

What we should be asking is why we allowed the GOP to get away with these tactics in a country that supposedly has free elections and allegedly stopped Jom Crow policies decades ago.

footstepsfrom#27
10-01-2017, 11:00 PM
Who is asperber boi? And what is asperber?

It's his misspelled nickname for me because I routinely make him look stupid, usually with ten words or less. His unintelligible gibberish and rambling side bar discussions loaded with needlsssly obscure words. usually journey down rabbit holes and are tedious. boring and simply ignorant, hence my policy of spending no more than ten words to respond.

Like Rump, he appears to find humor in using disability as fodder for jokes.

Ten words seems overly generous to me

LoserSlick
10-01-2017, 11:37 PM
It's h(er) misspelled nickname for me because I routinely make m(yself) look stupid, usually with ten words or less (Hilarious!TEN WORDS! COUNT EM!Hilarious!). H(er) unintelligible gibberish and rambling side bar discussions loaded with needlsssly obscure words (lol there's actually a word for what you're trying to say there...). usually journey down rabbit holes and are tedious. boring and simply ignorant, hence my policy of spending no more than ten words to respond (ten words. count em).

Like Rump, (s)he appears to find humor in using (my) disability as fodder for jokes.

Ten words seems overly generous to me <---- (seven words)

...lol asperger boi ^^

:drown:

EDIT: plus his alter-ego...

poor guy :(

LoserSlick
10-01-2017, 11:43 PM
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L.A. BRONCOS FAN
10-02-2017, 02:13 AM
...lol asperger boi ^^

:drown:

EDIT: plus his alter-ego...

poor guy :(

https://s1.postimg.org/2kliy395lr/IMG_6194.jpg

LoserSlick
10-02-2017, 03:32 AM
meme

lol oh noooo... someone hurt your feelings :(

damn nazis...

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
10-02-2017, 03:36 AM
lol oh noooo... someone hurt your feelings :(

damn nazis...

Yeah, watching another forum member make you look like a complete imbecile hurt my feelings.

Brilliant assessment, Dr. Freud. ::)

nyuk nyuk
10-02-2017, 07:42 AM
They were already playing football.

Not all white people are racist A-holes like you. Some actually do care about their fellow man.

Oh I see, so you think the majority of white people are "racist aholes who don't care about their fellow man"?

You have white people the world over throwing their borders open and getting bombed and murdered in the process. If that isn't "caring" enough, what is?

nyuk nyuk
10-02-2017, 07:43 AM
Yep.

Cut one is definitely part of the problem.

https://s25.postimg.org/4e3ki4x27/IMG_6578.jpg

Whites are wrongfully shooted by poorly trained, idiotic cops.

So you have no point.

Rohirrim
10-02-2017, 08:39 AM
My point is, first of all, we don't know how many tried to vote and were turned away by these dirty tricks or had their names purged from the rolls. Second. 85% black bofed turnout is absurdly unrealistic. Pew Research (https://www.google.com/amp/www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/05/12/black-voter-turnout-fell-in-2016-even-as-a-record-number-of-americans-cast-ballots/%3Famp=1) has black turnout below the bump it got from the Obama candidacy but fairly consistent with how it usually compares to the white turnout. Look at their graph. The entire country only saw a 61.4% voter turnout so asking black voters who were already being stopped in many cases by the GOP voter suoression tactics to beat that by 24 percentage points is just ridiculous. Black voters were only 6 percentage points behind the white vote in an election that saw a rise in white voters and they also came out in numbers that beat Latino voters by 12 percentage points. I haven't heard that even mentioned. That last figure is more surprising given the immigration issues raised by Rump and his disrespectful treatment of them as a group so putting this on black voters is just silly and inaccurate.

What we should be asking is why we allowed the GOP to get away with these tactics in a country that supposedly has free elections and allegedly stopped Jom Crow policies decades ago.

I wasn't specifically talking about the black vote. I was comparing the U.S. to other democracies that regularly have voter turnout in the 80th percentile and above. Then, the first thing I hear is why that's impossible in the USA. Once again, you jump right to your accusations - "putting this on black voters" etc. I did no such thing other than as it specifically applies to Ferguson which seems to shout out for an explanation: How do massive protests in that particular community not translate into vigorous turnout at the polls?

The reason we can't stop the GOP rigging of elections is because as a whole, the people of this nation exhibit a dismal voter turnout in election after election. Like I said, millennial voter turnout is 50%. If we could get a turnout like other European states (80% or better) maybe we don't end up with Trumps and Dubyas in the WH. Or, perhaps this nation is so ****ing sick in the head that we do anyway? Oh well.

Agamemnon
10-02-2017, 08:48 AM
I wasn't specifically talking about the black vote. I was comparing the U.S. to other democracies that regularly have voter turnout in the 80th percentile and above. Then, the first thing I hear is why that's impossible in the USA. Once again, you jump right to your accusations - "putting this on black voters" etc. I did no such thing other than as it specifically applies to Ferguson which seems to shout out for an explanation: How do massive protests in that particular community not translate into vigorous turnout at the polls?

The reason we can't stop the GOP rigging of elections is because as a whole, the people of this nation exhibit a dismal voter turnout in election after election. Like I said, millennial voter turnout is 50%. If we could get a turnout like other European states (80% or better) maybe we don't end up with Trumps and Dubyas in the WH. Or, perhaps this nation is so ****ing sick in the head that we do anyway? Oh well.

Low voter turnout is a direct result of a two party system where both parties only serve the interests of the wealthy. Without laws and regulations that limit the influence of the wealthy on our government, this isn't going to change. And that's the rub, because they will never allow that to happen.

Rohirrim
10-02-2017, 09:06 AM
Low voter turnout is a direct result of a two party system where both parties only serve the interests of the wealthy. Without laws and regulations that limit the influence of the wealthy on our government, this isn't going to change. And that's the rub, because they will never allow that to happen.

Which is why the people need to go to the polls en masse and start voting these people out of office. We watched the Tea Party do it on the Right, but then whimper that it's impossible to accomplish on the Left.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
10-02-2017, 10:44 AM
Whites are wrongfully shooted[sic]by poorly trained, idiotic cops.

So you have no point.

Not anywhere near as frequently as African Americans.

Your only point is on the top of your head.

gunns
10-02-2017, 10:52 AM
Whites are wrongfully shooted by poorly trained, idiotic cops.

So you have no point.

Not when compared to the population percentage of each race.

nyuk nyuk
10-02-2017, 06:29 PM
Not when compared to the population percentage of each race.

Correct, because on a per capita basis, blacks commit far more crime than any other demographic. As such, they are going to have more interactions with police, including violent ones.

Hopefully the racist left in this country will come to be able to digest those facts before they blindly scream racial conspiracy theory, but I doubt it.

nyuk nyuk
10-02-2017, 06:30 PM
Not anywhere near as frequently as African Americans.

Your only point is on the top of your head.

See my above post. Nobody commits the per capita rates of crime blacks commit.

They're 13% of the population and commit 52% of all annual murders.

That said, I'm wondering why you think it odd that blacks have more run-ins with police.

nyuk nyuk
10-02-2017, 06:31 PM
You're sorry racist ass would see it exactly that way, no surprise there. I'm surprised you even watch sports, knowing there are black men getting paid.

The only racists are the blacks that scapegoat white people for the dysfunction of the black community while going out of their way to avoid looking in the mirror before the point fingers.

nyuk nyuk
10-02-2017, 06:32 PM
:yep:

Looks like tRump inadvertently weeded the white supremacists out of the NFL. :thumbs:

I'm sure a coherent explanation about why disliking football players crapping on the flag equals "white supremacism" is coming shortly, and it won't involve attacking people who point out you made an indefensibly stupid statement.

footstepsfrom#27
10-02-2017, 07:54 PM
Oh I see, so you think the majority of white people are "racist aholes who don't care about their fellow man"?

You have white people the world over throwing their borders open and getting bombed and murdered in the process. If that isn't "caring" enough, what is?
Learn to read.

footstepsfrom#27
10-02-2017, 08:01 PM
I wasn't specifically talking about the black vote. I was comparing the U.S. to other democracies that regularly have voter turnout in the 80th percentile and above. Then, the first thing I hear is why that's impossible in the USA. Once again, you jump right to your accusations - "putting this on black voters" etc. I did no such thing other than as it specifically applies to Ferguson which seems to shout out for an explanation: How do massive protests in that particular community not translate into vigorous turnout at the polls?

The reason we can't stop the GOP rigging of elections is because as a whole, the people of this nation exhibit a dismal voter turnout in election after election. Like I said, millennial voter turnout is 50%. If we could get a turnout like other European states (80% or better) maybe we don't end up with Trumps and Dubyas in the WH. Or, perhaps this nation is so ****ing sick in the head that we do anyway? Oh well.
It's patently obvious that a sizeable number of people in this country feel that their vote has no meaning. That view seems more and more to be justified. An equally large number don't have a clue what is going on and spend their lives thinking about meaningless crap. If they all started voting, who's to say it would be any better?

We are basically a huge banana republic now.

nyuk nyuk
10-02-2017, 08:29 PM
Learn to read.

You seem to have difficulty answering direct questions.

LoserSlick
10-02-2017, 09:09 PM
Correct, because on a per capita basis, blacks commit far more crime than any other demographic. As such, they are going to have more interactions with police, including violent ones.

Hopefully the racist left in this country will come to be able to digest those facts before they blindly scream racial conspiracy theory, but I doubt it.

i can definitely appreciate your phrasing there... but let's not forget about the similar massive disparities in african american victims of violence and gun crime. sjw's want to sweep that fact under the rug to the extent that innocent black lives lost are only as relevant as the extent to which they are politically useful. they tend to single out the most deplorable segment of that demographic and martyr them... a means to an end way to enable and encourage them. like they have no qualms about mentioning michael brown and eric garner in the same sentence. only the narrative matters.

...never mind the innocents and little black children catching stray bullets on a regular basis. they aren't as useful you see...

Agamemnon
10-02-2017, 09:17 PM
Which is why the people need to go to the polls en masse and start voting these people out of office. We watched the Tea Party do it on the Right, but then whimper that it's impossible to accomplish on the Left.

Huh? The Tea Party is completely and totally corporate.

As to your point, that's a great thought, but you and I know most people lack the intelligence and discernment to see through the bull****. A lot of people still support corporate Democrats solely because of social issues, which are basically the go to decoy of corporate interests in both parties. They just get people to focus on and fight over social issues while the mega-rich rob the country blind and turn the rest of us into serfs.

LoserSlick
10-02-2017, 09:17 PM
Yeah, watching another forum member make you look like a complete imbecile hurt my feelings.

Brilliant assessment, Dr. Freud. ::)

lol pontius and steps are pretty obvious

PLEEEASE tell me your not a fkn THIRD account

sad.

like fully legit sad...

if your not shill-bot 9000, even more so...

LoserSlick
10-02-2017, 09:24 PM
Huh? The Tea Party is completely and totally corporate.

As to your point, that's a great thought, but you and I know most people lack the intelligence and discernment to see through the bull****. A lot of people still support corporate Democrats solely because of social issues, which are basically the go to decoy of corporate interests in both parties. They just get people to focus on and fight over social issues while the mega-rich rob the country blind and turn the rest of us into serfs.

you're catching on... :thumbs:

tho "mega-rich" is a bit of a misnomer. they're called corporatists

Rohirrim
10-02-2017, 10:10 PM
Huh? The Tea Party is completely and totally corporate.

As to your point, that's a great thought, but you and I know most people lack the intelligence and discernment to see through the bull****. A lot of people still support corporate Democrats solely because of social issues, which are basically the go to decoy of corporate interests in both parties. They just get people to focus on and fight over social issues while the mega-rich rob the country blind and turn the rest of us into serfs.

The Tea Party completely changed the Republican Party, expelling the entire liberal and moderate wings and radicalizing it to the point where it cannot even be associated with the Reagan Republicans. It is more radical nationalist and fundamentalist than anything remotely conservative. I laugh when pundits refer to Republicans as "conservatives." They are radicals, by any political definition. The GOP's economic policies are pure corporatism, but it's social policies have become puritan extremism and xenophobic racism with a dash of pure, jingoist foreign policy. They have destroyed our government by accommodation (what Washington called it) and turned it into a brutal, partisan cage match of dysfunction. Trump is the Tea Party's crowning acheivement.

Like Chris Hedges said, "Clinton turned the Democratic Party into Republicans and the Republicans went insane." The Left has to wake up and realize that social issues and economic issues are inexorably intertwined. You can't shill for corporatism while pretending to stand up for social equality. The one erodes the foundation of the other.

To see what the Tea Party did to the GOP and then lament that the neoliberal control of the Democrats can't be thrown down by committed progressives, is just pure chicken ****. It's just a matter of education and action. First, do what the Tea Party did: Pick a weak Democratic neoliberal and run a progressive against them in the primaries. Keep doing it until their neoliberal house falls down. Cull the weak ones out of the herd. :~ohyah!:

nyuk nyuk
10-03-2017, 12:40 AM
The Tea Party completely changed the Republican Party, expelling the entire liberal and moderate wings and radicalizing it to the point where it cannot even be associated with the Reagan Republicans. It is more radical nationalist and fundamentalist than anything remotely conservative.

LMAO!

Trump isn't that conservative. Real conservative Republicans like Ben Shapiro have had a field day nailing him on how he has never embraced a slew of key conservative principles.

Trump has elements of both liberalism and conservatism in his worldview. If nothing, he's more of an old school conservative Democrat from the 70s and 80s: Pro-border control, pro-2A, pro-worker which is reflected in his stances on immigration and free trade.

How are those "radical nationalist"?

Rank and rile Republican voters wanted Obamacare repealed in toto and they are angry the establishment GOP is blocking its repeal and DEFENDING Obamacare. How is that hard right wing?

nyuk nyuk
10-03-2017, 12:41 AM
i can definitely appreciate your phrasing there... but let's not forget about the similar massive disparities in african american victims of violence and gun crime. sjw's want to sweep that fact under the rug to the extent that innocent black lives lost are only as relevant as the extent to which they are politically useful. they tend to single out the most deplorable segment of that demographic and martyr them... a means to an end way to enable and encourage them. like they have no qualms about mentioning michael brown and eric garner in the same sentence. only the narrative matters.

...never mind the innocents and little black children catching stray bullets on a regular basis. they aren't as useful you see...

Because they don't give a **** about black people and want to berate white people into a guilty, self-loathing submission by twisting the truth and outright fabricating it.

Agamemnon
10-03-2017, 12:44 AM
The Tea Party completely changed the Republican Party, expelling the entire liberal and moderate wings and radicalizing it to the point where it cannot even be associated with the Reagan Republicans. It is more radical nationalist and fundamentalist than anything remotely conservative. I laugh when pundits refer to Republicans as "conservatives." They are radicals, by any political definition. The GOP's economic policies are pure corporatism, but it's social policies have become puritan extremism and xenophobic racism with a dash of pure, jingoist foreign policy. They have destroyed our government by accommodation (what Washington called it) and turned it into a brutal, partisan cage match of dysfunction. Trump is the Tea Party's crowning acheivement.

Like Chris Hedges said, "Clinton turned the Democratic Party into Republicans and the Republicans went insane." The Left has to wake up and realize that social issues and economic issues are inexorably intertwined. You can't shill for corporatism while pretending to stand up for social equality. The one erodes the foundation of the other.

To see what the Tea Party did to the GOP and then lament that the neoliberal control of the Democrats can't be thrown down by committed progressives, is just pure chicken ****. It's just a matter of education and action. First, do what the Tea Party did: Pick a weak Democratic neoliberal and run a progressive against them in the primaries. Keep doing it until their neoliberal house falls down. Cull the weak ones out of the herd. :~ohyah!:

You don't get it. A true progressive will definitely appeal to the general electorate more because they embrace white working class voters and the many issues that both parties ignore while the people call for change (healthcare, college for all, etc). For many Democrats (like footsteps) that's unacceptable. For them the focus needs to be on identity politics and "social justice" rather than the more egalitarian benefit-all approach of progressives. We saw this with Bernie when he said there's more at play than simply if a candidate is a minority or a female. This was seen as a slight to the supremacy of identity politics (and it was), and it lost him support among many Democrats. Now that move away from treating white people like the bad guys is what made Bernie such a great general election candidate, but within the Democratic party it turned off a lot of people and ultimately cost him the candidacy against a terrible candidate (a terrible candidate that won precisely because of her recognition of the supremacy of identity politics in the party). When you combine that with the superdelegate issue, it just seems like a progressive victory is either going to take far too long or it's simply never going to happen.

Agamemnon
10-03-2017, 12:48 AM
LMAO!

Trump isn't that conservative. Real conservative Republicans like Ben Shapiro have had a field day nailing him on how he has never embraced a slew of key conservative principles.

Trump has elements of both liberalism and conservatism in his worldview. If nothing, he's more of an old school conservative Democrat from the 70s and 80s: Pro-border control, pro-2A, pro-worker which is reflected in his stances on immigration and free trade.

How are those "radical nationalist"?

Rank and rile Republican voters wanted Obamacare repealed in toto and they are angry the establishment GOP is blocking its repeal and DEFENDING Obamacare. How is that hard right wing?

Trump is a xenophobic and racist narcissist scumbag. He has the personality of an eccentric dictator. His political views are merely whims of his ego aimed purely at self-gratification. No one with any sense would call him or most other Republicans "conservatives", at least not in the way that word used to be used.

LoserSlick
10-03-2017, 10:53 AM
Because they don't give a **** about black people and want to berate white people into a guilty, self-loathing submission by twisting the truth and outright fabricating it.

it's not just white people. they want everyone to self-loath. they want everyone to be a victim and that goal isn't limited to race.

Rohirrim
10-03-2017, 04:17 PM
You don't get it. A true progressive will definitely appeal to the general electorate more because they embrace white working class voters and the many issues that both parties ignore while the people call for change (healthcare, college for all, etc). For many Democrats (like footsteps) that's unacceptable. For them the focus needs to be on identity politics and "social justice" rather than the more egalitarian benefit-all approach of progressives. We saw this with Bernie when he said there's more at play than simply if a candidate is a minority or a female. This was seen as a slight to the supremacy of identity politics (and it was), and it lost him support among many Democrats. Now that move away from treating white people like the bad guys is what made Bernie such a great general election candidate, but within the Democratic party it turned off a lot of people and ultimately cost him the candidacy against a terrible candidate (a terrible candidate that won precisely because of her recognition of the supremacy of identity politics in the party). When you combine that with the superdelegate issue, it just seems like a progressive victory is either going to take far too long or it's simply never going to happen.

True. I have a big question whether anything progressive can be accomplished through the Democratic Party anymore. I do think that the only way to do it (i.e. work within the party to change it) would require the tactics I mentioned. We'd probably have better luck starting a progressive party with a platform that would draw working class voters from both parties.

I don't know how many people have noticed this yet, but Hillary is running again. The **** is going to hit the fan in the Democratic Party.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
10-04-2017, 03:48 AM
it's not just white people. they want everyone to self-loath. they want everyone to be a victim and that goal isn't limited to race.

::)

"Loser" with your daily racist code speak lesson:

"Self-loathing white person" = any white person who acknowledges the existence of racism or racial injustice.

LoserSlick
10-12-2017, 10:25 AM
daily racist code speak lesson:

lol code speak... yes. i speak in code. i'm a code speaker

"Self-loathing white person" = any white person who acknowledges the existence of racism or racial injustice.

one of my parents is a cultural and ethnic jew from europe; the other a first gen LEGAL immigrant from south america

lol so please do tell me about these "self-loathing white people"

not only have i never made even a single racist comment, but you batty fringe people have very UNcleverly redefined the word (which is grossly immoral in and of itself... lol and racist) to target any idea or person outside the extraordinarily close confines of your extremist pathology

you've also done the same thing with the word "nazi" which is even more despicable