The Democratic Party Autopsy Report

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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

    So, would you force a black person to serve a white person against his will on his own property ? I wouldn't.
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member


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    Rob Roy

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    When Frank Robinson first came up he played for the Reds in the National League. Then he was traded to the Orioles and won the triple crown in the American League. That's the only hint I'm going to give you.

    Jesus was the youngest Alou brother who all played in both leagues and has nothing to do with this.
     
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    ChefKimbo

    ChefKimbo Well-Known Member

    BINGO
     
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    Rob Roy

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    I'm afraid I need some clarification please.

    So was that a no, that you wouldn't force a black person to serve a white person against his will on his own property or a general no of discontent?

    You know, the kind of no that a two year old incapable of expressing his thoughts exclaims when he hasn't developed the cognitive abilities to form coherent and consistent arguments to express his displeasure and has a load of shit in his diaper further vexing him ?
     
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    dagwood45431

    dagwood45431 Well-Known Member

    Clarification (open)
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    dagwood45431

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    Rob Roy

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    So, does that mean you WOULDN'T force a black person to serve a white person against his will on his own property or you'd rather I stopped asking you questions that ring your cognitive dissonance bell, slave ?
     
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    dagwood45431

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    Rob Roy

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    srh88

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    Lol this conversation is still going on. You guys are wasting your time
     
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    Justin-case

    Justin-case Well-Known Member

    No kidding, I was just thinking what a shit thread this is\was.
     
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    twostrokenut

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    Fogdog

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    LOL

    All pre-Columbian residents of the what is now the US were from the same genetic group that I prefer to call the first people but also call Native Americans. They fought among each other for territory and resources, it wasn't Nirvana.

    All Native Americans who were born in the US or born to US citizens are US citizens.

    Not going to answer a leading question. Explain yourself and perhaps I'll answer.
     
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    dagwood45431

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    see4

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    Being wrong about civil rights. Check.
    Not denying involvement with NAMBLA. Check.
    Thinks it's ok for young boys and older men to engage in consensual sex. Check.

    We get it Rob. You hate blacks and like little boys.
     
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    ChefKimbo

    ChefKimbo Well-Known Member

    I just gave you a well known and reputable explorer from 1600s, and you still debate opinions. Here's another name, Horace Butler.
    You believe there was no peace in these lands, taught from the writings of the who invaded and conquered the Americas. Patriotism. There are a number of writings detailing the efforts of European aggression to destabilize relations between the various indigenous nations. Forcible takeover of numerous ancient trading routes, destroying and poisoning of crops causing war between tribes. All this recorded in Dutch, French, Turkish, Portuguese, and Spanish archives.

    Can't seem to drill it into your head that being born on this soil does NOT make you a citizen of the U.S. There is an administrative process EVERYONE must follow to become a citizen of the UNITED STATES. SOME people of indigenous bloodlines do not follow that process. There are other legal processes to declare your nationality and status for public record.

    You really have a hard time understanding there is life outside of the bubble you live in.
     
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    dagwood45431

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    Fogdog

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    Yes, I'm pretty hard headed when somebody is trying to convince me of something that I know is not true.

    People born in the borders of the United States are automatically US citizens. Children of foreign diplomats born in the United States are the only exception. Cite a reference that explains the law otherwise.

    This was lifted from U.S. Code Title 8. Aliens and Nationality
    The following shall be nationals and citizens of the United States at birth:

     a person born in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof;

     a person born in the United States to a member of an Indian, Eskimo, Aleutian, or other aboriginal tribe:  Provided, That the granting of citizenship under this subsection shall not in any manner impair or otherwise affect the right of such person to tribal or other property;

    By law a Native American born inside the borders of the US is a US citizen unless their tribe says otherwise. I can't find any example where a tribe denies its members US citizenship. Do you know of any? If so, cite it. Everybody can choose to renounce their citizenship if they want to but everybody born inside the borders automatically is a citizen under US law.
    You do know what "pre-Columbian" means, don't you? As far as your assertion of peace reigning over the land before white people showed up, the archaeological record says otherwise. There is plenty of physical evidence of inter-tribal conflicts that led to wholesale slaughter.

    http://www.science20.com/news_artic...n_america_was_before_europeans_arrived-141847

    http://plainshumanities.unl.edu/encyclopedia/doc/egp.war.023

    Entire areas of the mid-southwest in 1200's were depopulated with almost 90 percent of people's remains showing signs of lethal trauma to the head and arms. In other instances, wars between farmers and nomads or between farming communities in pre-Columbian plains of the 1300's led to entire villages -- hundreds of men, women and children were massacred. Per-capita these were the highest rates of violent death in the area that is now called the United States.
    There is plenty that I'm not aware of but what you are trying to foist off of on me is false. I'm trying to be respectful but really, you should evaluate your beliefs against verifiable facts. It's fine if you don't want to take somebody else's words for it. To hold the claims you assert, you must deny the physical and legal records which are not belief or opinion but are simply facts that are verifiable and will not change no matter how hard you believe otherwise. Believe what you want. You have every right to be wrong.
     
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    Fogdog

    Fogdog Well-Known Member

    I can agree with "this is stupid, grow up" if we are talking about you.
     
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