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  • Bloomberg: Unemployed Black and Latino men "don't know how to behave in the workplace"

    Bloomberg is swimming in his own ****. He should have known better than to even run but his arrogance is out of control.

    Midget Mike, being the coward he is, instead of personally addressing these comments hid himself like Hillary and sent the national chair of his campaign, Michael Nutter (perfect name) to whip up a conspiracy theory to NPR about the embarrassing 2015 tape at the Aspen Institute full of racial comments about how "all the crime is in minority areas" assured us that "[t]here was an interviewer, and so there's some back and forth. The tape sounds like they've taken - whoever created the tape took bits and pieces of Mayor Bloomberg's comments at that time and spliced them together" while the Aspen Institute has been notified by the Bloomberg campaign that it doesn't want Midget Mike's footage to be distributed. LMFAO!!!!

    But it's not over! He says similar again elsewhere!

    He doubles down on the "all the crime is in the minority areas" statement and throws in that "unemployed black and Latino men don't know to behave in the workplace." His words on jails being full of minorities and lacking the usual liberal denunciations of "systemic oppression" putting them there, of course, is him saying that they are justifiably being locked up and what needs to be done is rich white liberals like him need to come and rescue them and teach them how to act. This racial patronage is what Bloomberg and other liberals call "empowerment." Listen to his program to do just that when he was mayor of New York City:




    In 2016, liberals told us that alleged racial comments by Trump were a huge reason to not vote for him and that in of themselves, offensive speech made him a threat to the nation. Yet here, we're seeing a not small contingent of liberal pundits and Democrat voters downplay or ignore Midget Mike's comments which are far worse than anything Trump was ever accused of which of course means among other things that the entire hysteria over Trump being "offensive" in 2016 was a massive social manipulation by the DNC and its allies to inflame and enrage people to drive them to polls to vote for people who promised them the world.

    Bloomberg is so clueless he had to plagiarize not small portions of his platform from other candidates. He's probably running because he feels financially threatened by a Sanders victory.


  • #2
    Hopefully, enough of this stuff will keep coming out until Bloomberg sinks.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Rohirrim View Post
      Hopefully, enough of this stuff will keep coming out until Bloomberg sinks.
      Note the timing of his new barrage of commercials featuring Barack Obama praising him? It's not an accident. Maybe I should make a thread about that, too!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rohirrim View Post
        Hopefully, enough of this stuff will keep coming out until Bloomberg sinks.
        It's just funny seeing this ridiculous nyuk clown calling him out while supporting a guy who's considerably worse.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TonyR View Post

          It's just funny seeing this ridiculous nyuk clown calling him out while supporting a guy who's considerably worse.
          There is no longer any reason to wonder at it or stress out trying to explain it. It's like the time of the Salem Witch Trials or the Red Scare (which was the genesis of the Vietnam War). A segment of the population has gone insane, whether due to a fungus, or some form of mass delusion, is unknown, and perhaps unknowable. You batten down the hatches, fight as hard as you can, and hope the Republic comes out intact on the other side.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Rohirrim View Post

            There is no longer any reason to wonder at it or stress out trying to explain it. It's like the time of the Salem Witch Trials or the Red Scare (which was the genesis of the Vietnam War). A segment of the population has gone insane, whether due to a fungus, or some form of mass delusion, is unknown, and perhaps unknowable. You batten down the hatches, fight as hard as you can, and hope the Republic comes out intact on the other side.
            Better a "red scare" than Red Terror.

            I've always found the staunchest opponents of the Vietnam war were varying stripes of radical leftist, yourself included. Who else would be so vapidly for the stopping of Nazism by any means necessary yet go out of their way to obstruct the spread of violent Marxist regimes?

            Your description here of Salem witch trials is pretty hilarious when part of why I posted this thread was to point out the double standard in outrage against racist remarks by political candidates. According to your camp back in 2016, the real and alleged insults from Trump's mouth (which were soft-ball compared to the crap out of Bloomberg's mouth) were reason enough to disqualify him from public office, and yet - we don't see the same reaction with Bloomberg and that includes from you as well.

            So pardon us if we don't pay attention to your one-sided showboat as-seen-on-TV guerilla theater protestations of manufactured moral outrage.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TonyR View Post

              It's just funny seeing this ridiculous nyuk clown calling him out while supporting a guy who's considerably worse.
              Funny to see you claim to hate racism while refusing to condemn a Democrat that has made more, and worse, remarks than Trump has made.

              These endless attempts to derail the discussion into attacking the poster of the thread doesn't change what you're doing quite openly. Everyone sees it.

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              • #8
                There is evidence that documented that some minorities did not have the skills to survive in work places. Some did not show up for work on time because they did not have clocks. Some were not helped by the education system. There were a myriad of problems.

                A number of programs were developed to counter those, some were successful. The issues are much more different nowadays, but serious barriers still exist.

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                • #9
                  What do you expect? Dude is really a republican.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Paladin View Post
                    There is evidence that documented that some minorities did not have the skills to survive in work places. Some did not show up for work on time because they did not have clocks. Some were not helped by the education system. There were a myriad of problems.

                    A number of programs were developed to counter those, some were successful. The issues are much more different nowadays, but serious barriers still exist.
                    Are you suggesting that non-whites, and non-whites only, have difficulty setting alarm clocks and struggle in school and need white patronage to rescue the day?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by nyuk nyuk View Post

                      Funny to see you claim to hate racism while refusing to condemn a Democrat that has made more, and worse, remarks than Trump has made.
                      Bloomberg's comments are unacceptable. It's just funny to watch you breathlessly clutch your pearls while defending Trump. Did you condemn all the dumb things he's done and said that have come out since before the election? Did you condemn this, for example?

                      On October 7, 2016, during the 2016 United States presidential election, The Washington Post published a video and accompanying article about then-presidential candidate Donald Trump and television host Billy Bush having "an extremely lewd conversation about women" in 2005. Trump and Bush were in a bus on their way to film an episode of Access Hollywood, a show owned by NBCUniversal. In the video, Trump described his attempt to seduce a married woman and indicated he might start kissing a woman that he and Bush were about to meet. He added, "I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. ... Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything." Commentators and lawyers have described such an action as sexual assault.

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                      • #12
                        So, basically, what nyuKKK is saying here is that the only thing keeping Bloomberg from being his ideal candidate is (D.)

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by TonyR View Post

                          Bloomberg's comments are unacceptable. It's just funny to watch you breathlessly clutch your pearls while defending Trump. Did you condemn all the dumb things he's done and said that have come out since before the election? Did you condemn this, for example?

                          On October 7, 2016, during the 2016 United States presidential election, The Washington Post published a video and accompanying article about then-presidential candidate Donald Trump and television host Billy Bush having "an extremely lewd conversation about women" in 2005. Trump and Bush were in a bus on their way to film an episode of Access Hollywood, a show owned by NBCUniversal. In the video, Trump described his attempt to seduce a married woman and indicated he might start kissing a woman that he and Bush were about to meet. He added, "I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. ... Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything." Commentators and lawyers have described such an action as sexual assault.
                          ^

                          I've brought this up with nyuKKK before.

                          nyuKKK's response was basically "tRump never said that. Fake news!"

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by nyuk nyuk View Post

                            Are you suggesting that non-whites, and non-whites only, have difficulty setting alarm clocks and struggle in school and need white patronage to rescue the day?
                            No, babe. Just citing some sociological studies in the past. You boogaloo?

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                            • #15
                              Bloomberg is running for the wrong party's nomination. He could have run for the Republican nomination in 2012 alongside Mitt Romney, but that ship has sailed.

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