Gay Racist Republicans.

  • RainBow_Drago...

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    May 03, 2016 9:14 AM GMT
    What's up with the closeted self-hating homosexuals on RJ who are ready to have sex with other men and yet condemn gay men on RJ.


    Most of them are registered as Republicans and even say they'e voting for racist Republican candidates who vow to build walls ban certain religions and undo the nationwide gay-marriage equality.



    I don't like hypocrisy. Do you think People like them should to be named and shamed?
  • Allen

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    May 04, 2016 7:50 AM GMT
    Named? No. Shamed? Sure. Go for it.

    I'll admit that I don't get it, but they have a right to their opinions.

    While I get a gay person can have conservative positions on issues such as national security, foreign policy, crime prevention, fiscal responsibility, abortion, and entitlement programs like any other conservative, I can't figure out why anyone, let alone a gay person or black person, supports such a hateful and nasty party as today's Republican party. The Republican party stopped being a party advocating conservative principles quite some time ago. All they're about today is hating on minority groups and putting party BEFORE country at any cost.

    As far as this board, I think it's best to just ignore them. Trust me, they're not worth it. You can't have a substantive debate with any of them for all they do is recite FOX News talking points that more often than not have no basis in fact. Since engaging them is pretty pointless, I don't.
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    May 04, 2016 3:14 PM GMT
    If you don't like hypocrisy, your answer would have to be no here. Unless you enjoy someone naming and shaming you for your views, it's hypocritical to do so to others. It's not necessary to "name and shame" people for their beliefs.

    Both parties are a hot mess right now, so it would do each side some good to just worry about getting things together in house. Both parties are guilty of putting party before country as well. It's about winning and going tit for tat with the "enemy", not the people. It's part of why voters on both sides are fed up and have already vowed to not support the nominee for their party.
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    May 04, 2016 7:50 PM GMT
    CODY4U saidBoth parties are a hot mess right now, so it would do each side some good to just worry about getting things together in house. Both parties are guilty of putting party before country as well. It's about winning and going tit for tat with the "enemy", not the people. It's part of why voters on both sides are fed up and have already vowed to not support the nominee for their party.


    Exactly, the Federal government of this country has been f'ed up for sometime now. At least since Johnson took over after Kennedy .

    Burn the Mother F'er down is why a lot of people are supporting Trump.
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    May 04, 2016 8:21 PM GMT
    Being gay and racist isn't exclusive to republicans. Both political parties are full of garbage.

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  • venue35

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    May 04, 2016 9:02 PM GMT
    CODY4U saidIf you don't like hypocrisy, your answer would have to be no here. Unless you enjoy someone naming and shaming you for your views, it's hypocritical to do so to others. It's not necessary to "name and shame" people for their beliefs.

    Both parties are a hot mess right now, so it would do each side some good to just worry about getting things together in house. Both parties are guilty of putting party before country as well. It's about winning and going tit for tat with the "enemy", not the people. It's part of why voters on both sides are fed up and have already vowed to not support the nominee for their party.


    When those beliefs "hurt" a certain minority it definitely is important to "name" and "shame" certain people.
    In your case it is understandeable then that you would have a profile with pictures that are not yours.
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    May 04, 2016 10:56 PM GMT
    venue35 said
    CODY4U saidIf you don't like hypocrisy, your answer would have to be no here. Unless you enjoy someone naming and shaming you for your views, it's hypocritical to do so to others. It's not necessary to "name and shame" people for their beliefs.

    Both parties are a hot mess right now, so it would do each side some good to just worry about getting things together in house. Both parties are guilty of putting party before country as well. It's about winning and going tit for tat with the "enemy", not the people. It's part of why voters on both sides are fed up and have already vowed to not support the nominee for their party.


    When those beliefs "hurt" a certain minority it definitely is important to "name" and "shame" certain people.
    In your case it is understandeable then that you would have a profile with pictures that are not yours.
    Because you know that you are shadyicon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif


    I already know you totally support outright censorship because you like to tell on people and get them banned when you get your feelings hurt.

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    May 06, 2016 12:11 AM GMT
    Allen saidNamed? No. Shamed? Sure. Go for it.

    I'll admit that I don't get it, but they have a right to their opinions.

    While I get a gay person can have conservative positions on issues such as national security, foreign policy, crime prevention, fiscal responsibility, abortion, and entitlement programs like any other conservative, I can't figure out why anyone, let alone a gay person or black person, supports such a hateful and nasty party as today's Republican party.



    Read Franz Fanon for the answer to your wonderings. We are bombarded with hateful info daily -whether it be excluding a group from a club or activity - which we always see on tv, etc. or the miseducation we got in school pointing to the supremacy of some and inferiority of others (Harvard's Bell Curve garbage) - or blatant disrespect such as calling women bitches or worse in political debates, rape, gays using sexuality to destroy careers in retaliation for being dumped or eschewed.. Self-hatred is a natural precipitate of such toxicity. It is up to us to confront that ugliness in ourselves and then work on dealing with it. It is really a painful thing to do, but it is humbling and therapeutic too.

    Think of the minister preaching fidelity, how sinful it is not to hetero, and such. But s/he is doing all that stuff in spades. This is a sad example of self-hatred manifest in astounding cognitive dissonance.



    The Republican party stopped being a party advocating conservative principles quite some time ago. All they're about today is hating on minority groups and putting party BEFORE country at any cost.

    Well, yes, it has been reported that 20% of Republicans think slavery should not have been abolished. Before dismissing them completely, has anyone bothered to poll people who are not Republican? What is the percentage of liberals who believe the same thing? Is there any particular reason why some in the Dem party would not agree? I have found liberals to be the most vicious when minorities fall short of expectations, for instance. or when mistakes are made professionally or in school, etc. sort of like the born agains of the political world: apparently kind and loving but monsters if you do not adhere to their beliefs and practices.


    As far as this board, I think it's best to just ignore them. Trust me, they're not worth it. You can't have a substantive debate with any of them for all they do is recite FOX News talking points that more often than not have no basis in fact. Since engaging them is pretty pointless, I don't.
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    Better that people express their opinions rather than suppress them. Don Trump is an icon of that practice. There is no ambiguity about him, except when he is being ambiguous by choice.