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    Aug 31, 2010 1:29 PM GMT
    At 3:23 Maximum Lulz thrusters engage.

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    Aug 31, 2010 7:01 PM GMT
    This is really sad. Enough said.
    The guy has to be commended for his straight face throughout.
    I think (no pun intended) that if this is how people "think" their prejudices into existence and declare that they've learned all they needed, Descartes would have never declared his famous dictum to be true.
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    Aug 31, 2010 7:12 PM GMT
    What else would you expect to come out of the mouths of Beck admirers?

    Jesus fucking Christ, these people are idiots.

    Glenn Beck damages America every single day.
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    Aug 31, 2010 9:50 PM GMT
    It is better to keep your mouth shut and let people THINK you're an idiot, rather than speak your mind and KNOW you're an idiot.
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    Aug 31, 2010 10:14 PM GMT
    This thread isn't gratuitous at all.
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    Aug 31, 2010 10:15 PM GMT
    q1w2e3 saidThis is really sad. Enough said.
    The guy has to be commended for his straight face throughout.
    I think (no pun intended) that if this is how people "think" their prejudices into existence and declare that they've learned all they needed, Descartes would have never declared his famous dictum to be true.


    Speaking of faces, when can we see yours?
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    Aug 31, 2010 10:21 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidAnd, lest we forget Alvin Greene, who won the Democrat primary in South Carolina to run for the Senate this November...
    ...


    Ah, SB! Welcome to this interesting thread on interesting aspects of Diversity... intolerance and xenophobia!

    So, do you think that Glenn Beck and/or President Obama are "racists"?

    Fair and Balanced Aloha!
    Alan

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    Aug 31, 2010 10:41 PM GMT
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    GAMRican said
    Ah, SB! Welcome to this interesting thread on interesting aspects of Diversity... intolerance and xenophobia!

    So, do you think that Glenn Beck and/or President Obama are "racists"?

    Fair and Balanced Aloha!
    Alan



    Nope!


    What's interesting is that certain caucasian folk have been accused of greater racism than barack obama for saying or doing far less. I can't imagine Hillary Clinton getting away with being a part of an all-white church led by an overt racist and saying that such a person has been a "mentor" and getting away it it the way Obama did. Then we have the instance where Obama condemned a police officer and insinuated it was racial without knowing the facts.....
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    Aug 31, 2010 10:47 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    GAMRican said
    Ah, SB! Welcome to this interesting thread on interesting aspects of Diversity... intolerance and xenophobia!

    So, do you think that Glenn Beck and/or President Obama are "racists"?

    Fair and Balanced Aloha!
    Alan



    Nope!


    Good. Maybe the two of us can start helping others to take race out of the conversation and turn energies towards universal tolerance, acceptance, and love.

    What are the community's thoughts?
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    Aug 31, 2010 10:48 PM GMT
    GAMRican said
    southbeach1500 said
    GAMRican said
    Ah, SB! Welcome to this interesting thread on interesting aspects of Diversity... intolerance and xenophobia!

    So, do you think that Glenn Beck and/or President Obama are "racists"?

    Fair and Balanced Aloha!
    Alan



    Nope!


    Good. Maybe the two of us can start helping others to take race out of the conversation and turn energies towards universal tolerance, acceptance, and love.

    What are the community's thoughts?


    When liberals stop focusing on race I'll be shocked.
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    Sep 01, 2010 3:06 AM GMT
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    mocktwinkie saidWhen liberals stop focusing on race I'll be shocked.

    When conservatives stop giving Ron Paul a free pass for his decades of close association with white supremacist terrorists, I'll be shocked.


    Hear, hear!

    Mange takk.
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    Sep 01, 2010 5:16 AM GMT
    mocktwinkie said
    southbeach1500 said
    GAMRican said
    Ah, SB! Welcome to this interesting thread on interesting aspects of Diversity... intolerance and xenophobia!

    So, do you think that Glenn Beck and/or President Obama are "racists"?

    Fair and Balanced Aloha!
    Alan



    Nope!


    What's interesting is that certain cacuasians have been accused of greater racism than barack obama for saying or doing far less. I can't imagine Hillary Clinton getting away with being a part of an all-white church led by an overt racist and saying that such a person has been a "mentor" and getting away it it the way Obama did. Then we have the instance where Obama condemned a police officer and insinuated it was racial without knowing the facts.....



    You Repubs need to stop playing the race card.
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    Sep 01, 2010 8:56 AM GMT
    I know I am going to regret asking this; but what evidence is there that Ron Paul is involved with racist terrorists- let alone has been for decades?

    I recall the founder of stormfront donating some cash and that he was scheduled to speak at a fundraiser put on by one of these groups at some point- but I can not recall seeing any actual proof that he was involved with these groups.

    Actually, anything that i have ever read by the man has been very understanding and open. While I see liberal Democrats (as well as right wing nut jobs) screaming about the Mosque to be built blocks from ground 0 I read his response. He seems to support the idea of private property rights (including those of Muslims to build) and at the same time deride both sides for even making it an issue. I have actually observed this time and time again and so now I would like something more than rumours or him having accepted $500 from a man who founded stormfront (as though he should be investigating every dollar and the individual who chose to donate it...)

    For a link to that article where he accuses others of "Islamaphobia" and seems to be anything but racist please see. http://www.ronpaul.com/2010-08-20/ron-paul-sunshine-patriots-stop-your-demagogy-about-the-nyc-mosque/
    Show me in his own words where he is "racist (and you can not quote his son Rand Paul...)
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    Sep 01, 2010 11:09 AM GMT
    I appreciate the links and need to look into them further. However, a quick glance at them reveals a few problems. First is that every one brings that whopping $500 into the argument. If this is the worst that he has done is accept $500 from a distasteful man I am disappointed. I look at the millions that big oil, big pharma, insurance companies, banks and wall street contribute to other campaigns and find $500 to be laughable- yet all three articles appear to be concerned about that $500 and use it as "evidence" that Ron Paul is, himself, a racist. Another big problem I have is having to wade through half truths and innuendo. Informing me that Ron Paul wrote"but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here” and following that with "three months before McVeigh bombed the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma." Makes me want to stop reading right there. Is this author really trying to insinuate that Ron Paul instructed McVeigh to bomb the building or had any hand in it just because he wrote words saying "let the war begin here" three months before the bombing?

    While the first link provided some food for thought (and I really have not had the time to look into many of the allegations) I did follow the links that they themselves provided when it came to the figures from the John Birch society and did a quick google search of the society itself.

    The article tries to portray the society as a racist society that is anti-semitic and links some of their past members who are racists. The problem comes when you follow the links they provide. What their provided bio for William Luther Pierce said: "The John Birch Society, which generally rejected anti-Semitism, turned out to be too namby-pamby for Pierce." Concerning Tom Metzger "He became interested in the far right and joined the John Birch Society, but quit the anticommunist organization because it didn't share his anti-Semitic zeal." These are the bios that the author is providing to convince me that Ron Paul himself is a racist because he gave a key note address to this society that racists left because it was not racist enough?

    Looking into weather Ron Paul was a member or just had supporters from the society Dr. Paul recalled his response: "No, I am not a member of the John Birch Society but many members of the John Birch Society are friends of mine and they have been very helpful in my campaign."

    So now all that there are is some people who belong to a far right leaning society who, admittedly are a little paranoid supporting Ron Paul. The society may even have racist leanings- but I am still looking for evidence of that.

    I am hoping to find better evidence of his racist anti semitic leanings when I have time to follow some of the other evidence that article points out. so far I am not impressed. After reading what came from his pen concerning race and equality it would surprise (and, admittedly, disappoint) me to find he is a closet racist. Hopefully the newsletter that his office put out from the '70's to the mid '90's will provide some better evidence. Possibly he praises Hitler in it- we'll see...
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    Sep 01, 2010 12:39 PM GMT
    west77 saidI know I am going to regret asking this; but what evidence is there that Ron Paul is involved with racist terrorists- let alone has been for decades?

    I recall the founder of stormfront donating some cash and that he was scheduled to speak at a fundraiser put on by one of these groups at some point- but I can not recall seeing any actual proof that he was involved with these groups.

    Actually, anything that i have ever read by the man has been very understanding and open. While I see liberal Democrats (as well as right wing nut jobs) screaming about the Mosque to be built blocks from ground 0 I read his response. He seems to support the idea of private property rights (including those of Muslims to build) and at the same time deride both sides for even making it an issue. I have actually observed this time and time again and so now I would like something more than rumours or him having accepted $500 from a man who founded stormfront (as though he should be investigating every dollar and the individual who chose to donate it...)

    For a link to that article where he accuses others of "Islamaphobia" and seems to be anything but racist please see. http://www.ronpaul.com/2010-08-20/ron-paul-sunshine-patriots-stop-your-demagogy-about-the-nyc-mosque/
    Show me in his own words where he is "racist (and you can not quote his son Rand Paul...)


    Libertarianism is inherently bigoted.
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    Sep 01, 2010 2:32 PM GMT
    jprichva saidhttp://www.alternet.org/blogs/election08/71834/

    http://blogcritics.org/politics/article/ron-paul-and-his-kkk-white/

    http://newsone.com/nation/casey-gane-mccalla/opinion-ron-paul-is-a-white-supremacist/





    Your links prove absolutely nothing. That's like saying since black panther members support barack obama that Obama is "tied" to them and therefore racist.

    You're just making a fool out of yourself.
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    Sep 01, 2010 3:23 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    Libertarianism is inherently bigoted.

    That rock in your backyard is apparently racist as well, according to you. icon_rolleyes.gif


    I don't have a backyard.
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    Sep 02, 2010 6:51 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said

    Your need to lash out at people who haven't lashed out at you gives all of us a glimpse into that ugly bitterness that is, at its core, you.



    Stop talking to the mirror and step away from it, snidebitch.

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    Sep 02, 2010 8:25 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    southbeach1500 said
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    Libertarianism is inherently bigoted.

    That rock in your backyard is apparently racist as well, according to you. icon_rolleyes.gif


    I don't have a backyard.

    But there is a rock there.

    And it's racist. icon_wink.gif


    And now for your viewing entertainment, South beach creates his own reality!