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To Punch a Liberal

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 4:34 AM
RW6, unless I misread you, you appear to be lamenting the bigotry against racists. Or are you denying that racism exists? You also appear to be conflating one of the above two stupid ideas with the fact that some people's racial bigotry is not disapproved of, while other bigotry is. There, of course—as you would see if you were remotely sapient—the answer is not to stop disapproving of the racists we already disapprove, but to disapprove of the others.
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To Punch a Liberal

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 4:28 AM
Uh...the solution is not to stop hating racists, it is to hate MORE racists, namely anti-white racists.
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To Punch a Liberal

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 4:27 AM
A ha ha ha. Seriously? This is your A game? Again you are essentially concerned to deny that racism exists, or is bad.
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To Punch a Liberal

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 4:22 AM
Christ chased money lenders from the temple with a stick.
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The Art of the Impossible

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 4:22 AM
If you enjoy having searing hot gases and shards of broken metal and shattered plastic shoot through your hand, then sure.
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30 Reasons To Dislike Barack Obama

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 4:19 AM
The evidence for W. having done coke is very weak, that for Obama having done it essentially indisputable. As a general rule, an elephant in the room must be fairly noticeable, hence the analogy with four tons of potentially irritable herbivore. I agree that eating dog where dog is eaten means nothing, although Obama demonstrated himself a bigot halfwit provincial by claiming the custom was Hindu—Hindus don't eat dogs or horses anymore than they eat cattle. And Obama abused his bully pulpit in the case of Gates, which he should not have done; since nobody said anything about using the force of law to stop Obama from this misbehavior, your ritualistic invocation of the First Amendment is a strawman argument.
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The Rise of the Neo-Birchers

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 3:08 AM
I assume you mean "secession".
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The Art of the Impossible

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 30, 2013 3:04 AM
Only the plastic part of a gun can be made on a 3d printer. You still need to machine the barrel and chamber out of STEEL.
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To Punch a Liberal

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 10:24 AM
None of the problems of the black family existed between the 14th Amendment and the Great Society; they had precisely the same social characteristics as whites of comparable economic status, except that they had lower rates of incest, until the War on Poverty. The breakdown of the black family is demonstrably NOT a legacy of slavery—correlation does not imply causation, but the LACK of correlation does imply the Lack of causation.
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To Punch a Liberal

AZYaateeh Wrote: Apr 29, 2013 10:21 AM
Slavery was no more a government institution than private ownership is. Yes, slavery was an assumption informing the government's property laws, just as private ownership is an assumption of the property laws. But property pre-exists the state, and you will find slavery in societies that aren't even chiefdoms, let alone states (although all states, in the anthropological sense, have slavery as their CHIEF economic arrangement, while other organization-levels don't; the only states that don't repose on slavery are those in the Common Law tradition of Western Christianity...which arose during a period when the state had devolved into a bunch of complex chiefdoms, i.e. "feudalism").
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