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Do Democrats Hate America?

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by thatbrian, Mar 8, 2018.

  1. thatbrian

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    Is the mission of the Democratic Party the ultimate destruction of the US? Is the advancement of globalism more important to them than protecting and serving American citizens?
     
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    If mom and dad let their kids eat nothing but candy, cake, ice cream, and have soda pop may think
    they are good parents by giving the kids whatever they want. But we know that is not correct.

    Likewise - the Dems think giving everybody whatever they want is a nice thing - but in the end, it will be the
    beginning of destruction.
     
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  3. thatbrian

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    Agreed, and topping that, mom and dad stole the money from the neighbors to buy their kids nothing but candy and cake. . .
     
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    Does thatbrian post silly strawman questions?

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
     
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    You are not asking a question here. If you are, it’s the dumbest question I’ve ever read on here. You just want a launching point. So why not just start there instead of wasting everyone’s time.
     
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    I've asked two question. If you would like to answer one or both, please do.
     
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    No and no. There.
     
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    Thanks for your fantastic contribution to the thread.
     
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    No.

    However, the question reveals the inability or unwillingness of the questioner to understand that others may have different conclusions about matters of policy or ultimate vision for the United States that are also based on Constitutional principles.

    Your term "globalism" is undefined:

    (1) For the more conspiracy-minded, it is a conspiratorial worldview: a cabal that likes open borders, diversity, weak nation states, and dislikes white people, Christianity, and the traditional culture of their own country.

    (2) Others understand globalism to be a simple recognition that we are part of a larger world, and the decisions we make in our country - and the decisions made in other countries - affect each other, especially in areas of commerce. A globalist in this sense, is interested in having influence throughout the world and making decisions at home that serve the needs of the U.S. and the global community combined.

    The way you seem to be using the word seems to line up with the first view since you seem to think that "globalism" is somehow inherently harmful to America citizens. I need to point out to you that most persons outside the right-wing conspiratorial echo chamber tend to understand globalism according to the second view. So your question is self-contradictory.

    Undoubtably - based on every previous interaction with you - you will find my comments unacceptable and go off on a rant that is both unhelpful and not compelling to anyone who does not already agree with your agenda.
     
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    Your politicians defend law-breaking criminals and want open borders, to weaken the US, and destroy Christianity. This isn't a hidden agenda, so no need for anyone to talk about conspiracies.
     
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    The famed mind reading skills of thatbrian at work again!
     
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    It got what is deserved. I’m sure someone will take the bait.
     
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    There we go. See? You got what you wanted. You were trolling to pick a fight which is hilariously obvious. Your opening salvo is the predictable cramming of words into other people’s mouths to set up your own rebuttals.
     
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    You assume/pretend that I am a Democrat. Did you realize that one can actually treat one's political opponents fairly and honestly without being an adherent of that group?

    When Republicans start expressing concern about all of the people associated with the Trump campaign and administration who have already pleaded guilty to criminal behavior, I will be able to read your accusation without laughing at the hypocrisy of it.

    On the other hand, every person accused of a crime needs to have their day in court, with a robust defense if they chose to mount one. That's the American way.

    This is one of those vague accusations that is really meaningless. I have a family member who is a STRONG Democratic advocate for immigration, and she readily admits that we need to be able to control our borders as a nation. Of course you can always locate and trot out some flake who truly wants "open borders" to uphold your accusation, but you can't demonstrate that it is a popular, and especially, the majority position amount Democrats.

    If you believe that immigrants "weaken" the US, you live is a very sad world. The story of the US is the story of immigration.

    That's ludicrous. I certainly hope you don't believe that Christianity can be destroyed. If so, you need to stop talking politics and go study the Bible.

    It's worse than a hidden agenda, it is a fantasy of the right wing extremists.
     
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    It's what thatbrian does. Over and over again. It borders on trolling. Here's another thread he started today:

    Is King James Version Onlyism is a Form of Idolatry? (sic)
     
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    Do Democrats Hate America?

    No but IMO most hate any form of government right of center.

    Many are full blown socialists, quite a few are marxist and I suspect we have many closet communists.
     
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    Obviously, not all Democrats hate the US. I think that many of its politicians do. Certainly, those who are Marxists do, but many spout Marxist ideology without understanding that they are.

    I have seen some overt hate of my country coming from the Left, and I have seen the policies of the Left which seek to bring the US down. Those actions define hate to me. People who wish, as Barack Hussein Obama did, to fundamentally change my country, that implies hatred, or at least a very strong dislike.
     
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    Or maybe you are just reaching to confirm your own biases. Most likely scenario.
     
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    So you think the cartoon he posted is less accurate than the silly one you posted? Interesting, coming from a professing conservative republican.
     
  20. InTheLight

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    Great, I have a stalker on Baptist Board.
     
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