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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    The premise of my thread isn't some utopian ideal of only white voters, it's what will the Dems do about the fact the biggest majority in America can't stand their message?

    I don't pesonally care. I'll be just fine with another term of Trump, a couple terms of Pence, and then two terms of Don Jr.

    Works for me.

    But, don't say you weren't warned.

    Flooding the country with the third world for votes is no longer acceptable. Say bye bye to that one.
    trump didn't get the majority of votes. Clinton didn't either. But, she got nearly 3 million more votes than Trump did. Winning the popular vote by a plurality of votes. Trump didn't even do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the watchman View Post
    trump didn't get the majority of votes. Clinton didn't either. But, she got nearly 3 million more votes than Trump did. Winning the popular vote by a plurality of votes. Trump didn't even do that.
    5.7 million illegal aliens voted, mostly from California.

    Hillary Clinton didn't win shit.



    Study supports Trump: 5.7 million noncitizens may have cast illegal votes

    Noncitizen illegal vote number higher than estimated - Washington Times
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    you just jump the shark on a thread with no water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    The premise of my thread isn't some utopian ideal of only white voters, it's what will the Dems do about the fact the biggest majority in America can't stand their message?

    I don't personally care. I'll be just fine with another term of Trump, a couple terms of Pence, and then two terms of Don Jr.

    Works for me.

    But, don't say you weren't warned.

    Flooding the country with the third world for votes is no longer acceptable. Say bye bye to that one.
    Nevertheless, you used Asian props to prove a point on your own thread about white people voting exclusively.

    That is a huge contradiction.

    That sort of behavior saps you of your credibility though, to be sure, you have little, but I think you should look into being more consistent in your thoughts and your actions - less contradictory - and so try and build some credibility.

    After all, lack of credibility is nothing but a burden to bear in debate.

    Please don't think I am speaking down to you; I, too, have to constantly police myself for contradictions, and when I find one which I sometimes do, I feel compelled to end it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
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    If you can't come out and say, I'm just going to assume the worst and proceed.

    In other words, this ain't my first rodeo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    5.7 million illegal aliens voted, mostly from California.

    Hillary Clinton didn't win shit.



    Study supports Trump: 5.7 million noncitizens may have cast illegal votes

    Noncitizen illegal vote number higher than estimated - Washington Times
    We may not have landed on the moon, either. Talk to Spookycolt about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    No wonder they're having hissy fits over DACA. LOL


    An analysis of exit polls conducted during the presidential primaries estimated the median household income of Trump supporters to be about $72,000. But even this lower number is almost double the median household income of African Americans, and $15,000 above the American median. Trump’s white support was not determined by income. According to Edison Research, Trump won whites making less than $50,000 by 20 points, whites making $50,000 to $99,999 by 28 points, and whites making $100,000 or more by 14 points. This shows that Trump assembled a broad white coalition that ran the gamut from Joe the Dishwasher to Joe the Plumber to Joe the Banker. So when white pundits cast the elevation of Trump as the handiwork of an inscrutable white working class, they are being too modest, declining to claim credit for their own economic class.

    Trump’s dominance among whites across class lines is of a piece with his larger dominance across nearly every white demographic. Trump won white women (+9) and white men (+31). He won white people with college degrees (+3) and white people without them (+37). He won whites ages 18–29 (+4), 30–44 (+17), 45–64 (+28), and 65 and older (+19). Trump won whites in midwestern Illinois (+11), whites in mid-Atlantic New Jersey (+12), and whites in the Sun Belt’s New Mexico (+5). In no state that Edison polled did Trump’s white support dip below 40 percent. Hillary Clinton’s did, in states as disparate as Florida, Utah, Indiana, and Kentucky. From the beer track to the wine track, from soccer moms to nascar dads, Trump’s performance among whites was dominant. According to Mother Jones, based on preelection polling data, if you tallied the popular vote of only white America to derive 2016 electoral votes, Trump would have defeated Clinton 389 to 81, with the remaining 68 votes either a toss-up or unknown.


    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine...coates/537909/
    I really enjoy how you left out the actual point of the article the author (who is black) was trying to make

    Instead you seem to be mocking him - why is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    No wonder they're having hissy fits over DACA. LOL


    An analysis of exit polls conducted during the presidential primaries estimated the median household income of Trump supporters to be about $72,000. But even this lower number is almost double the median household income of African Americans, and $15,000 above the American median. Trump’s white support was not determined by income. According to Edison Research, Trump won whites making less than $50,000 by 20 points, whites making $50,000 to $99,999 by 28 points, and whites making $100,000 or more by 14 points. This shows that Trump assembled a broad white coalition that ran the gamut from Joe the Dishwasher to Joe the Plumber to Joe the Banker. So when white pundits cast the elevation of Trump as the handiwork of an inscrutable white working class, they are being too modest, declining to claim credit for their own economic class.

    Trump’s dominance among whites across class lines is of a piece with his larger dominance across nearly every white demographic. Trump won white women (+9) and white men (+31). He won white people with college degrees (+3) and white people without them (+37). He won whites ages 18–29 (+4), 30–44 (+17), 45–64 (+28), and 65 and older (+19). Trump won whites in midwestern Illinois (+11), whites in mid-Atlantic New Jersey (+12), and whites in the Sun Belt’s New Mexico (+5). In no state that Edison polled did Trump’s white support dip below 40 percent. Hillary Clinton’s did, in states as disparate as Florida, Utah, Indiana, and Kentucky. From the beer track to the wine track, from soccer moms to nascar dads, Trump’s performance among whites was dominant. According to Mother Jones, based on preelection polling data, if you tallied the popular vote of only white America to derive 2016 electoral votes, Trump would have defeated Clinton 389 to 81, with the remaining 68 votes either a toss-up or unknown.


    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine...coates/537909/
    About this, most white people voted for a Democrat named FDR, for example, yet you are ignorant that ever happened or are pretending that never happened.

    Either way, it is not a good look.

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    In think this part of the article is pretty spot on - and all of it true


    His political career began in advocacy of birtherism, that modern recasting of the old American precept that black people are not fit to be citizens of the country they built. But long before birtherism, Trump had made his worldview clear. He fought to keep blacks out of his buildings, according to the U.S. government; called for the death penalty for the eventually exonerated Central Park Five; and railed against “lazy” black employees. “Black guys counting my money! I hate it,” Trump was once quoted as saying. “The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day.” After his cabal of conspiracy theorists forced Barack Obama to present his birth certificate, Trump demanded the president’s college grades (offering $5 million in exchange for them), insisting that Obama was not intelligent enough to have gone to an Ivy League school, and that his acclaimed memoir, Dreams From My Father, had been ghostwritten by a white man, Bill Ayers.


    It is often said that Trump has no real ideology, which is not true—his ideology is white supremacy, in all its truculent and sanctimonious power. Trump inaugurated his campaign by casting himself as the defender of white maidenhood against Mexican “rapists,” only to be later alleged by multiple accusers, and by his own proud words, to be a sexual violator himself. White supremacy has always had a perverse sexual tint. Trump’s rise was shepherded by Steve Bannon, a man who mocks his white male critics as “cucks.” The word, derived from cuckold, is specifically meant to debase by fear and fantasy—the target is so weak that he would submit to the humiliation of having his white wife lie with black men. That the slur cuck casts white men as victims aligns with the dicta of whiteness, which seek to alchemize one’s profligate sins into virtue. So it was with Virginia slaveholders claiming that Britain sought to make slaves of them. So it was with marauding Klansmen organized against alleged rapes and other outrages. So it was with a candidate who called for a foreign power to hack his opponent’s email and who now, as president, is claiming to be the victim of “the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    It's a message to the left.

    The debate is, what is the left going to do about the fact that the majority of the population hates their message and ideals.

    What are you going to do as illegals get deported, and immigration laws tighten up?

    Keep calling whites "Nazis", or try and change your message to one that doesn't make white America disgusted?
    Mexican Americans have more children than whites. It's just a matter of time Sundance. ROFLMAO

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