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Wildman,

y04 ain't being disingenuous.

He's either straight up lying or he made a mistake and now cannot admit it.

He has a reputation for doing both, so it's difficult to tell which one it is.

Because he has been out-classed and shown to be wrong numerous times on matters of substance, he limits himself to inconsequential "arguments" like this.

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No sir, I refuse to believe he is that unintelligent. He's being intellectually dishonest. He really needs to grow up.   :no:

Seems like we're saying the same thing.   :shrug:  Well, IDK... maybe your 'refusal to believe' is a bit stronger than mine.   :snicker

It's y04's insecurity that has prevented his maturation.

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The situation is disgusting and ain't funny worth a damn, but..

It is slightly amusing that since y04 started his nonsense, you can tell the party affiliation of the politician involved in misdeeds by WHO posts the article.

Bluedog, we thank you for giving some balance to y04's nonsense.

You've got me thinking of coming off the bench and playing y04's game.  Just for the fun of it!!


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This essay by my wife and me was published yesterday on Medium.com:

Reference to the NYTimes 1619 Project:


How The Lies America Has Told To Herself About Herself Paved the Way for Accepting Trump’s Lies

https://medium.com/@damaniwvk/how-the-lies-america-has-told-to-herself-about-herself-paved-the-way-for-accepting-trumps-lies-89b2c67a6f31?sk=f8e1c923ddce61098dbe8d37fd56dd6a

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President Troop!!

 :lmao:

 :lmao:

Is that the same one who, after the Florida shooting, said the US should have more background checks and then after being brought to heel by LaPierre of the NRA, changed his position?

Same one who, in a televised WH meeting, told Repubs they were afraid of the NRA, but not him?

Is that the same one who, after the El Paso or Dayton shooting, said the US should have more background checks and then after being brought to heel by LaPierre of the NRA, changed his position?

That's the "President" you're talking about???

Y'all, can you believe that Olds..t is ACTUALLY BRAGGING about a man who flips his flip flops on policies so regularly that he's now qualified to flip burgers?!?!?!


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SoFlo,

That is an example of what folks who have no knowledge of something want others who DO have knowledge to forget.


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Wildman,

y04 ain't being disingenuous.

He's either straight up lying or he made a mistake and now cannot admit it.

He has a reputation for doing both, so it's difficult to tell which one it is.

Because he has been out-classed and shown to be wrong numerous times on matters of substance, he limits himself to inconsequential "arguments" like this.

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Politics / Re: HEY Y- NO SLAVES IN VIRGINIA IN 1619--READ THIS
« on: September 17, 2019, 10:09:06 PM »
Reference to the NYTimes 1619 Project:

How The Lies America Has Told To Herself About Herself Paved the Way for Accepting Trump’s Lies
https://medium.com/@damaniwvk/how-the-lies-america-has-told-to-herself-about-herself-paved-the-way-for-accepting-trumps-lies-89b2c67a6f31?sk=f8e1c923ddce61098dbe8d37fd56dd6a

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Good for Cuomo!!

Now, as to #ErraticTrump:
I know his admin made an announcement about banning,, but,....

LET ME KNOW WHEN the ban takes effect.

We all know he likes to "posture" and take meaningless photo-ops, so...

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Thanks for the personal info, altho I must say I don't quite get the relevance.

I simply asked if YOU consider this executive policy announcement an example of deal-making.

Do you?

As you noticed, I TOO think this was a good decision.


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No. It's not a deal. But, I will take the victory. Hell, we can actually squeeze more out of this Administration, in my opinion.

THANK YOU!

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But he is a racist  :shrug:

Is there evidence?

OF COURSE!!


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Politics / Re: Talcum X wife is having an emotional breakdown on twitter
« on: September 17, 2019, 09:53:05 PM »

You want to come on here and insult people, their Ancestors, etc. and then get your panties in a knot when someone, in an effort solely to wake up your dumbass to what you're doing, takes the same approach to you...



GTFOH!!


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General Discussion Forum / Re: HappyBirthday GoldenKitten
« on: September 17, 2019, 09:46:44 PM »
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

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This article is not quite a revisionist effort re: The Lost Cause, but close enough for me to comment on the site.

BLACKS IN GRAY
https://morgansraiders.com/blacks-in-gray/#comment-73970

P.S. Most/many Confederate troops didn't wear gray.  They wore a color that caused them to be referred to (derisively?) as "Butternut."

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Since the owner of that site is still "moderating" my comments since mid-August, here they are:


August 12, 2019 at 1:00 pm
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Anecdotal accounts and a handful of incidents/individuals, as well as the blurring of lines between “body servants” and soldiers, do not provide an adequate basis for the broad statement that enslaved or free Africans in the South “fought” for the C.S.A.
Major General Patrick Ronayne Cleburne’s proposal to enlist (and subsequently free) enslaved Africans into the Confederate Army earned for him the label of traitor among his comrades. CSA leadership required that all copies of Cleburne’s proposal be destroyed and he was never promoted again.
He was killed at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee and was laid out on the back portico of the great house at the Carnton Plantation, where my great-grandmother Mariah Otey Reddick was enslaved. We’ve written a historical novel inspired by her life. https://clandestine-life.com/
In the final couple months of the War, the Confederate Congress finally authorized the enlistment of Africans, but no significant number were actually activated or armed. A ragtag group of hospital orderlies were marched down a Richmond, VA avenue (some carrying mops instead of rifles) and cited as “soldiers” for the CSA.
One unit that is often cited by Confederate revisionists is the Louisiana Home Guard. Though they were put on parade early in the War, they were not issued ammunition by many accounts. In actuality, as soon as Union troops approached, they switched loyalties.

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August 12, 2019 at 1:07 pm
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An article on the Louisiana Home Guard:
https://jubiloemancipationcentury.wordpress.com/2011/01/04/truth-lies-and-a-black-confederate-soldiers-hoax-and-the-true-story-of-the-louisiana-native-guards/

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