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tuttletacoma Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 4:48 PM
poor pathetic tinmonkey and his need to be a control freak so remind me whiner, when calypso louie fairykhan refers to comrade hussein as the black messiah or when the midget racist spike lee refers to comrade hussein as their black jesus you aren't soiling your panties but if white people mock such thinking you run out the race card seems your thinking is very confused but then you have long proven you are another idiot incapable of thinking on your feet and need to resort to whining when others don't share the same level of small minded thinking that guides your useless life but keep soiling your panties, you pathetic little boy, I and others will continue to mock your ignorance
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 4:57 PM
1st, thank you again fro proving me right. I said below you would persist in name calling and childish taunts and lo and behold you do. But I am sure you will continue to do so because of your intellect.

Look at your post. You claim "calypso louie fairykhan refers to comrade hussein as the black messiah or when the midget racist spike lee refers to comrade hussein as their black jesus"

So we agree that both of those men are racist. If they posted on Townhall or elsewhere I would call them racists and bigots and decry them both.

Of course unlike you, I would do it in a mature way without your childish name calling.

But if both of them are racist and use racist terminology and you use the SAME terminology what does that make you?

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 4:59 PM
Are you saying You agree with "calypso louie fairykhan and the midget racist spike lee "?

They are both racists and are revealed so by their words. You use the same words and expect to be judged differently?

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