And if they'd been French, doing the same things and Trump told them to go back to where they came from, would it have been racist as well??
The left uses the race card for political gain. Where there is none they just make it up. No more, no less.
To anyone with a smidgen of common sense sees this completely about race. Who does this punk think he is to stand on a podium representing America, tell these four good citizens to go back where they came from, when three out of the four came from here.
Once again you support the right, even with this abomination of American ideology.
This is not Radical Left, what it IS, is Radical Right! I believe it is you who needs to wake up.
You are too far gone to see reason.
My post wasn’t in support of the right. It had nothing to do with the right.
I hope, probably in vain, for someone to step forward to run this country. In the meantime I see the sheep in each party arguing about manufactured offenses.
Four women of color, three US born and the other a citizen, Trump said to return to their own Country. Not racist? What kind of drugs are you on? Defend Trump at all costs? You guys will eventually regret this blatant blindness. You should be outraged, yet you are instead making excuses.
Not racist to anyone with a smidgen of common sense. It is you who is blinded on this rumi. I make zero excuses for his stupid tweet. But I also have no patience for the left stupidly claiming this is racist. I’m sick of the radical left claiming racism for anything and everything.
Wake up and see things clearly instead of being so blinded by your hate.
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Sounds like a good vacation. There are good people everywhere.
The GOP makes it a reliable call.
Goebbels would be proud of you.
Usually when it is racism.
The tweets were stupid but racist they were not. Its rather irrational to think they were.
I won't be drawn into arguing about any equivalency or not...but, undoubtedly, the black students could have gone to other schools happy to have them. However, they would have had to be exclusively black. Also, businesses serving the public are not that different, if at all, than public schools. They are there to serve the public.
Private businesses are there to make money first. Public schools are not. One is beholden to government, the other not. Various business can deny service for different reasons. This is no different
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Wow. You need to tone it down. Your hatred of Trump really skews your judgement.
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There is no equivalence between the two cases. And for the homosexuals it would have been quite simple to find another baker - one that was happy to do business with them. The bakers were singled out for harassment.
I nearly always agree with Kevyn subject in his posts..
You people are simply PO because he points out so many obvious truths..
"You people"? Are you sincerely unable to discern? Has your hatred of Trump robbed you of reason like it has him? He repeats party talking points much like some on the right repeat party talking points. Its boring.
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I was a bit to young to remember him. These are great quotes. I like the ones about media and television but I think my favorite is "A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves".
This is nutty. And from what people think is a reputable organization.
Peewee's article (which wouldn't come up for me) -
According to the supposed "mental health experts," open marriages are the tolerant approach to intimacy. And they've launched a task force to prove it to the world.
According to the APA's official description of this initiative, "Finding love and/or sexual intimacy is a central part of most people's life experience. However, the ability to engage in desired intimacy without social and medical stigmatization is not a liberty for all." People who practice "consensual non-monogamy," as they call it, are unduly "marginalized," and it's time, the APA argues, to promote "awareness and inclusivity" for people who practice "polyamory, open relationships, swinging, relationship anarchy and other types of ethical, non-monogamous relationships."
Well, the APA may call these open relationships "ethical," but the American people sure don't. In Gallup's latest survey on moral acceptability, it's hard to find a behavior more universally frowned upon than adultery or polygamy. Only nine percent of the country agrees with the APA that fidelity is somehow narrow-minded or passé. The multiple-spouse relationship has mildly more support at 18 percent.
Still, the head of the task force writes, "I'm concerned about the lack of support this community is receiving." "Too many clients who are in consensual non-monogamous (CNM) relationships, have to educate their therapists. Too many of them discontinue therapy because their therapist judged them, didn't know enough about CNM to be helpful, or worse, makes actively stigmatizing comments..." It's time, he insists, "to examine our biases and take a non-judgmental posture toward clients engaged in consensual non-monogamy -- just as we would with LGBTQ clients."
FRC's Cathy Ruse, who -- like most -- thinks the APA has long been off the rails for some time, can't believe the organization is fighting to give swingers "protected legal status." And they're supposed to be the psychologically healthy ones! Keep in mind, she points out, "the American Psychological Association is a professional guild. When it makes a controversial decision, like this one, that decision is not made by a vote of its 100,000+ members (which include "educators" and "students," according to Wikipedia). No, it is made by small numbers of powerful activists, who have sought out places of influence, like task forces."
And how will the APA fight for the liberty of sexual anarchists against "social and medical stigmatization," she asks? With a measly budget of just over $100 million. Just as it's tried to tear down the social norms for transgenderism and other sexual proclivities, they'll start in the usual place -- soft targets, like children. "How long will it take American public schools to incorporate swinging into their sex ed?" she wonders. As long as it took them to stigmatize abstinence and promote sexual anarchy in its place? If so, we won't have to wait long.
Oh God the children 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
That line has been used to keep people from doing what they want forever and it’s a total failure. You surely must have a better reason to keep people from doing what they want.
I did not find the original article until now which I will address so I understand your comment. For whatever reason the below article popped up which is pretty disgusting. Its nothing to laugh off.Polyamory is for Pre-Teens in Public Schools
(polyamory is being in love with more than one person at a time)
California instructs teachers to talk to youngsters about sex “partners.” They are to avoid terms like “boyfriend” and “girlfriend” because “some students may be non-monogamous.” This is in the lesson plan for 12-year olds.
The education department tells teachers that 14-year-olds “may have various gender identities and sexual orientations.” Indeed, “there are an infinite number of ways an individual can express their individuality and sense of self.”
Special emphasis is to be given to non-heterosexual ways, however. “Teachers should affirmatively acknowledge the existence of relationships that are not heterosexual by actively using examples of same-sex couples in class discussions.”
California schools aren’t the only ones intentionally sexualizing kids. Northern Virginia schools are also used as “laboratories” for LGBT policy experimentation. The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network admitted that to the Washington Post last year.
After reading my column, a mom in Fairfax wrote to me about the “thruples” and “quadruples” (rhymes with couples) her kids encountered at a Fairfax County high school. These are polyamorous groups of 3 or 4. “These groups are allowed to openly ‘be together’ (hold hands, kiss, wrap arms, etc.), just as standard couples are in the halls,” she said.
She also told me there are “furries.” Rhymes with insane. Poor souls who believe they are animals and self-identify as such. “This year, we have some cats and a fox.”
There is a very good chance that most moms and dads are not even remotely aware of the insanity going on in government schools today. None of it is by accident. All of it is by design. All of it funded by you and me.
Children are being used as lab rats in a social experiment. Without the consent of their parents. But with the encouragement and approval of the American Psychological Association.https://www.frc.org/get.cfm?i=PV19G05
California health education framework -https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/he/cf/
To each his own. If they aren’t harming anyone, why do you care?
Because this affects young children.