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What "gross" behaviour really is

https://townhall.com/columnists/jerrynewcombe/2019/07/24/the-searing-of-the-conscience-over-the-issu...

Potus Trump, warts and all, has been a champion for the unborn. Might not be enough to atone for his many sins, but then again, it might be enough to get DJT into heaven.

This issue, more than any other one, seems to get the unrepentant sinners up in arms, and inspires a hatred the likes of which is rarely seen.

Posts are censored and removed, movies are banned, all in the name of being silent to evil. Not a great chapter in American life, and after 60 million, perhaps the time is at hand when good people finally say, enough evil is enough.

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Senior Contributor

Re: What "gross" behaviour really is

might be enough to get DJT into heaven.

That is assuming there is a heaven.

And your other comment reminds me of a quote I saw which was somewhat like this.

'we should have all boys wanting to buy a gun wait 48 hours then take an ultrasound have to walk through a bunch of protestors to get into the gun place and then sit through a lecture'

That would probably actually save lives

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Honored Advisor

Re: What "gross" behaviour really is

Hey Red, Trump is like the conversion of Saul into Paul, though Trump`s past sins weren`t persecuting the Church, he more had personal "demons".  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conversion_of_Paul_the_Apostle

Senior Contributor

Re: What "gross" behaviour really is

So you think your dear leaders recent racist tweets are signs of his 'conversion'?

that seems to go against the history of his racist comments and activity.

Now the question should be is this 'conversion' good for your country for society and since you seem to be a believer does it follow your beliefs?

If you answer that he follows your beliefs and you support him then look at the mirror and you will see a racist 

 

Senior Advisor

Re: What "gross" behaviour really is

Trump's tweets are not racist because they are based on facts. Facts are not racist.

Senior Contributor

Re: What "gross" behaviour really is

Keep believing 3020, keep believing.

you may even persuade yourself that those were not racist if you just keep telling yourself that but do not look in the mirror.

Senior Advisor

Re: What "gross" behaviour really is

They are not racist. Barack Obama and Bernie Sanders both said the almost exact same thing. The racist thing is the view as it is good enough for blacks because the dems know they will receive their vote anyway. It's not racist. It's true and sad.

 

And how it racist of me for wanting something better for those who live in Baltimore? And why is it not racist of you for saying what they have is good enough?

Honored Advisor

Re: What "gross" behaviour really is

Canuck, there are a few facts that you "non-racists" need to explain before you convert us.  75% of the National Basketball Association is Black, so are Black players superior or are White, Latino and Asian players inferior?   Is it "racist" to question that undeniable fact?  That is not to say that non-Blacks are terrible basketball players or that ALL Blacks are good at basketball.  When a predominately Black city has violence and livability issues and money has been thrown at that city, to point out the obvious problems isn`t "racist" in my opinion.

If you are going to smirk and say "Blacks are superior at sports and dancing" and that isn`t "racist" then on the other side of the coin the factual short comings also have to be acknowledged and considered not "racist".

Senior Contributor

Re: What "gross" behaviour really is

Canada must be a terrible place to live with people like you in it.