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Canuck_2
Senior Contributor

Neil Macdonald on the monster the Republicans created

Neil has another interesting article which points out where the present racist problem erupted and how key politicians are choosing what even they say is a racist.

 

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trump-racism-republicans-election-1.3623146

 

So, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the third most important elected official in the United States, thinks it's better to have a racist in the Oval Office than Hillary Clinton.

That's not an extrapolation, or a cleverly selective syllogism, ignoring context. It is exactly what Paul Ryan said.

The Speaker stood before cameras and denounced his party's presumptive nominee for president, and was explicit about why he was doing it.

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Ryan said Donald Trump's suggestion that a judge adjudicating a suit against the for-profit Trump University could not be impartial because the judge is of Mexican heritage is "the textbook definition of a racist comment."

Then, in the next breath, Ryan affirmed his support for Trump's nomination. Better Trump, he reasoned, than Hillary Clinton.

 

5 Replies
r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Neil Macdonald on the monster the Republicans created

The race card. Again. What a wizard. Neil MacDonald wants to install in the white house the woman who sent a film maker to jail to cover her incompetence. He wants to install in the white house a woman who tried to destroy the name of the many women her husband raped.

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: Neil Macdonald on the monster the Republicans created

Just how exactly is Trump a 'racist"...whatever that is?   Trump wants to secure the US border so that we continue to be a sovereign nation..we can`t afford more low skilled workers, this country can`t afford to have "jobs that Americans won`t do".  If we`re going to continue with these generous entitlement programs we can`t afford the deadbeats in this country, let alone the entire world`s deadbeats.

 

i guess Macdonalds believes that just to follow the law is being racist...whatever that is.

Canuck_2
Senior Contributor

Re: Neil Macdonald on the monster the Republicans created

BA; you will have to ask Paul Ryan, who I understand is one of the most powerful Republicans, why Trump is a racist if you do not know since it was Paul who said he was.

Point is after pointing out the racist remarks by Trump he said he would still support Trump.

Kind of shows you the attitude of the Republican party that its big leaders think racism is Ok.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: Neil Macdonald on the monster the Republicans created

Paul Ryan is wrong. It is Paul Ryan who is racist. He wants cheap ILLEGAL labor for big business and then take their proceeds to give the the Americans who won't do that kind of work.

NewAgJudge
Senior Contributor

He can't

 

 

BA only asks questions he already knows the answers to. He has said so many times.

 

 

Explains a lot.