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  • LIVE THREAD:Trump-Clinton Presidential Debate 9/26/2016 at HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, HEMPSTEAD, NY 9pm ET

    09/26/2016 8:22:17 PM PDT · 4,377 of 5,005
    sargon to nopardons
    Did YOU watch Reagan's first presidential debate

    Yes. Were you even old enough to see it and remember it?


    You have less than NO idea how the LIVs and undecideds saw this; you're just guessing.

    No, I'm not guessing, I'm going by the undecideds that I've seen commenting on TV, as well as one LIV in my own household who watched and noted that Hillary was smooth, slick— and phony. He also said that Trump seemed authentic a like a real person. He now says he's leaning Trump.

    Name-calling? Oh, you mean "hand-wringer"? You were (and are) being a hand-wringer, IMHO...

    Vote Trump!

  • LIVE THREAD:Trump-Clinton Presidential Debate 9/26/2016 at HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, HEMPSTEAD, NY 9pm ET

    09/26/2016 8:02:42 PM PDT · 4,190 of 5,005
    sargon to nopardons
    Trump was in TROUBLE most of the night;

    The independent voters who they gauged in real time during the debate seemed to strongly disagree with you.

    They are the ones who needed convincing, and they are the ones who saw a slick, polished politician versus a real human being.

    So the fact that Trump didn't seem to bring you much satisfaction or live up to your pie-in-the-sky criteria isn't particularly relevant to the undecideds and independents, who seemed to be reacting very positively to Trump at several key junctures.

    For instance, when Hillary was playing the phony race card, she simply wasn't scoring points. Indeed, she was losing them.

    Most undecided voters are sick and tired of slick politicians who tell everyone what they want to hear, and that was reflected int their reaction to Donald Trump.

    So, quite frankly, you missed something if you think he did poorly. People are sick of "style", they want straight talk and substance.

    You're just being a hysterical hand-wringer tonight, and the reactions from the voters that matter (undecideds & independents) bear that out.

    Vote Trump!

  • Risen from the banned or has sanity been restored at FR?

    09/26/2016 3:20:48 PM PDT · 39 of 109
    sargon to The Bat Ladys Husband
    I just went back and review your butthurt posts.

    In your despondence, apparently you lashed out and were punished for not playing well with others, for attacking the ownership and membership of this site, etc.

    Just rest assured that your return has nothing to do with the validity of any of your criticisms, because they remain as inaccurate as they were when you were first posted them.

    So if you're back and chastened, having learned how to behave, then I say "Welcome!"

    If instead you're still a butthurt Trump-hater, then I say "Begone!"

    Vote Trump!

  • The Myth Called ‘Race’

    09/26/2016 3:14:18 PM PDT · 44 of 45
    sargon to aquila48
    Wake up from your dream world, will you?

    You're the one in a dream world (and a bigoted one at that) if you think that anything approaching what you're suggesting will ever happen in America, or even could happen in America.

    It's flat out ignorance and sheer fantasy. Period. End of story.

    The fact is that huge numbers of people, blacks, white, latinos, Protestants, Catholics, atheists, even Muslims, are peacefully coexisting all over this country.

    In a nation of over 300 million souls, you choose to build your prejudices around the rare exceptions to that rule.

    Shame on you.

  • The Myth Called ‘Race’

    09/26/2016 10:01:39 AM PDT · 42 of 45
    sargon to aquila48
    I said separate, each to live as they see fit.

    You've got a small problem to overcome: the fact that this is a Free country.

    You appear to want something else. You appear to want to forcibly divide people into racial groups.

    Will. Not. Happen.

    America will never embrace the repudiated authoritarian separatist "vision" you cling to.

    So my suggestion would be to concentrate on functioning within the real America, dealing with real Liberty, and coexisting with all peaceable Americans, as opposed to embracing a naive and inherently flawed idea which also suffers from the problem of being antithetical to the notion that "all Men are created equal" and, in general, everything America should stand for.

    You're entitled to believe whatever you want, but neither you nor any mob will ever impose such absurdity on the rest of the People. Not in a Free America.

    Bob's your uncle...

    Vote Trump!

  • Bahraini Writer: I Was Shocked To Discover How Many Young Arabs Idolize Adolf Hitler

    09/26/2016 9:32:43 AM PDT · 26 of 29
    sargon to SJackson
    So Hitler=BAD, check.

    But Marxist murderer Che Guevara=GOOD?


    Vote Trump!

  • Tonight's Debate - I can't bare to watch

    09/26/2016 9:20:50 AM PDT · 132 of 151
    sargon to Scythian_Reborn
    Hillary will be jacked up on meds and perform normally, and that is my greatest fear, because then the MSM will dominate the air waves on how great she was.

    That will be the Media slant no matter what happens tonight. They'll still continue with their 24/7/365 Trump bashing.

    They're maxed out.

    So why let it bother you?

    Vote Trump!

  • Video: Hillary Clinton Conquers Stairs, Curb with Aides Watching Closely

    09/26/2016 9:12:20 AM PDT · 72 of 105
    sargon to kevcol
    It seems like Hillary should be using the small podium, right? That way she'll seem proportionally larger.

    If Hillary uses the large podium, and Trump the small one, their relative sizes will be even more exaggerated...

  • He tried to take a ride on a manatee. Then he took a ride to jail

    09/26/2016 8:57:13 AM PDT · 29 of 35
    sargon to PJammers
    This isn't nanny state nonsense.

    Oh yes it is.

    A human interacting with a manatee doesn't hurt it at all.

    It's total nanny state nonsense that you've bought into.

    Man is part of nature, and has every right to interact with it according to his own free will.

    A manatee is harmless, and so is a human interacting with one...

  • The Myth Called ‘Race’

    09/26/2016 8:45:48 AM PDT · 40 of 45
    sargon to aquila48
    I’m talking about each group having its own separate country to do as they please.

    Liberia? Separate but equal?

    No. It will NEVER happen, K?

    Try it somewhere besides America, because it will NEVER happen here...

  • Police Detective Puts the Tulsa Incident In Perspective

    09/25/2016 11:18:28 PM PDT · 69 of 71
    sargon to Paleo Pete
    The toxicology report on the dead man will probably have a lot to do with whether this officer is convicted or not.

    One thing for sure is, once you've been tasered, it's obviously possible that you could make involuntary movements with your arms or hands that could result in being shot, were those movements made under normal circumstances.

    Right now, I'm leaning toward the theory that her finger was on the trigger and thus she accidentally shot the man virtually at the same moment that he was tasered. If she wasn't in fear of her life, she's in big trouble.

    It would certainly be a shame if the tasering, and any spastic movements it produced, were then interpreted as justification for the officer to shoot the subject...

  • The Myth Called ‘Race’

    09/25/2016 10:42:18 PM PDT · 37 of 45
    sargon to aquila48
    A better solution is to acknowledge that the races are different and that perhaps a friendly separation is a better answer. It is abundantly clear that blacks and whites cannot peacefully coexist - ANYWHERE.

    OMG what a crock of shit!

    Jeez. What a cop-out.

    And separatism to boot?

    A "better solution"?

    This is America. We'll work on American solutions to society's woes, thank you very much— solutions based on Freedom, Opportunity, and Unity— not Divisiveness.

    To Hell with a balkanized America, we'll create a peaceful society the right way, not by embracing DIS-unity...

  • Trump, Clinton enter debate facing dramatically different expectations

    09/25/2016 7:54:42 PM PDT · 7 of 30
    sargon to tekrat
    Mr. Trump, a novice politician who battered his way through the Republican primary race with insults and a lack of policy

    A blatant lie. Not worth reading any further, clearly just pro-Hillary propaganda.

    Isn't it great that DC has such a great alternative newspaper to the Washington Post? Yep! What ever would we do without the Times to offer such even-handed contrast?</sarc>

    Vote Trump!

  • How Can We Save The Sun?

    09/25/2016 7:48:29 PM PDT · 35 of 47
    sargon to LibWhacker
    Remember the movie Sunshine, where astronomers learn that the Sun is dying?

    No, I don't. Probably because the plot is beyond ludicrous...

    Vote Trump!

  • Exclusive — Breitbart/Gravis Polls: Trump Takes 4-Point Lead in Colorado, Maintains Lead in Ohio

    09/25/2016 5:01:12 PM PDT · 9 of 78
    sargon to mandaladon
    Doesn't the MOE actually mean that the figures can swing +- 3.5% in either direction?

    Thus, a 4 point lead is not outside the margin of error, because Trump could actually be up to 3.5 points lower, and Hillary could be up to 3.5 points higher.

    That's the way I've always understood the MOE to function on such polls.

    In any event, if Trump is close, or even up, in states like Colorado, that's a very good sign for him moving into October...

    Vote Trump!

  • Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez killed in boating accident

    09/25/2016 4:34:55 PM PDT · 53 of 70
    sargon to ifinnegan
    He was really good. He had Tommy John and looked to have fully recovered.

    Only 24 years old.

    Jose Fernandez was also someone who had escaped to Florida from Cuba. He made it on his 4th attempt at the age of 15. On a previous attempt, had had dove into the water to help prevent a woman from drowning. The woman was his mother.

    His reward was to be cast into a Cuban prison for awhile.

    The Cuban community in South Florida knows the difference between Freedom and the illusion thereof.

    Most of those who have made it across the Florida Straits, consigning themselves to the mercy of the sun and the sea on flimsy, makeshift boats and rafts, can tell you of many friends and relatives who didn't make it.

    I've heard that the chances leaving Cuba and making it to dry land in the US (Florida) are about 50/50. Can you imagine risking your life on what amounts to a coin toss? How bad do things have to be before you're willing to try that?

    Fools like Noam Chomsky and his Leftist ilk (who idolize the Castro Regime and its murderous "revolution") will never understand what it's like for the common people of Cuba.

    Let me tell you, people don't risk their life on a 50/50 coin toss if the place they're living in is worth a damn.

    I'll never forgive the ignorant pigs who speak so glowingly of Castro. For every rosy comment they make about Cuba from their comfortable American locales, there are a hundred horror stories of oppression, imprisonment, and murder from refugees who know the reality of Tyranny in Castro's Cuba.

    I've personally heard dozens of anecdotes from many of them; tales of woe which leave no doubt as to the vicious evil that Castro's revolution still represents.

    Like I said, about half the people who try to cross to Freedom don't make it. Their willingness to still make repeated attempts should tell any thinking person everything they need to know about the government of Cuba.

    I spit on Castro and all of his blind apologists.

    Vote Trump!

  • Why I Switched My Endorsement from Clinton to Trump (Dilbert!)

    09/25/2016 12:47:50 PM PDT · 5 of 121
    sargon to Excuse_My_Bellicosity
    Good stuff, but I don’t understand the Dilbert reference.

    Scott Adams is the author of the Dilbert comic strip...

    Vote Trump!

  • Live: Donald J. Trump rally in Roanoke, VA at the Berglund Center. Coverage begins at 6:00 PM ET.

    09/24/2016 7:19:55 PM PDT · 409 of 425
    sargon to SelmaLee
    It seems that he was an early backer of the program ‘Girls Gone Wild’, that showed mostly naked girls doing the most embarrassing stuff on TV.

    "Girls Gone Wild" is the greatest production ever conceived by the mind of man.

    The original concept, if I'm not mistaken, was to show up New Orleans during Mardi Gras festivities, supplied with lots and lots of Mardi Gras beads, turn on the video cam, and then offer the beads to attractive, inebriated young women in exchange for exposing their breasts.

    The raw energy and spontaneous behavior was really something to behold.

    The doctors of the mid 1960's when I was born had really messed up my Mom's head. Thus, I was not breast fed, but instead given "formula".

    I found the whole "Girls Gone Wild" production to be profoundly entertaining, and great therapy in helping me overcome the trauma I had experienced during my earliest years.

    Vote Trump!

  • Florida Ballot Requests, 9/24/16

    09/24/2016 2:36:25 PM PDT · 6 of 10
    sargon to SpeedyInTexas

    I just sent my Florida “vote by mail” request out yesterday. I’m one of the “independents”...

  • Do You Have to Try Every Stupid Thing You Think Of? (Islam, First Amendment)

    09/24/2016 11:43:00 AM PDT · 19 of 30
    sargon to Talisker
    Islam should be banned.

    Good luck with all that fantasy.

    The rest of us will just have to try to keep functioning in the real world...

    Vote Trump!

  • Do You Have to Try Every Stupid Thing You Think Of? (Islam, First Amendment)

    09/24/2016 8:47:15 AM PDT · 10 of 30
    sargon to wtd

    You can’t ban ideas.

  • Do You Have to Try Every Stupid Thing You Think Of? (Islam, First Amendment)

    09/24/2016 8:26:56 AM PDT · 3 of 30
    sargon to wtd


  • NEWS: #Trump to spend $100M on ads ($60M TV $40M digital) between now & Election Day.

    09/24/2016 8:09:14 AM PDT · 26 of 37
    sargon to dp0622
    $140 million in 6 week? That's what, over $23 million/week on average?

    Vote Trump!

  • Florida Crowd Laughs At Charlie Crist Claim Hillary Clinton Is ‘Honest’

    09/24/2016 12:32:51 AM PDT · 30 of 35
    sargon to floridavoter2
    This guy is a total loser and desperate for relevance. He failed in his bid to become senator and again when he wanted to be governor a second time, but as a democrat. He’s like the party guest who just doesn’t know when to go home.

    Yep. It can't be overstated. Crist is known throughout the state as the most phony political chameleon that has ever walked the face of the earth.

    Charlie Crist is the epitome of the unprincipled politician, with zero core values, who will leave or join any party, and do or say anything in order to grab political power. He's been FL Education Commissioner, AG, Governor, and wanna-be U.S. Senator.

    Crist is the biggest brown-nosing Establishment clown you will find in any U.S. state during any era. He needs to lose at whatever he tries this cycle. Even Democrats know what Crist is...

    Vote Trump!

  • 4 dead in Cascade Mall shooting; search for armed man underway

    09/23/2016 10:14:01 PM PDT · 171 of 476
    sargon to vette6387
    #87 is a just a couple hundred yards from my home.

    Vote Trump!

  • Florida Registration and Absentee Ballot Requests by Party thus far...

    09/23/2016 11:25:40 AM PDT · 16 of 19
    sargon to Ravi
    My only caveat is the indies in FL might be unpredictable. Take for example Broward. 580,000 registered Dems. We know their loyalty. But there are also 300,000 registered as unaffiliated/other. Are these people moderate republicans or moderate democrats or true centrists?

    I'm one of those "unaffiliated" Broward voters. Anyone who's not registered as Democrat here is conservative/libertarian in their political leanings. Mom is Republican. So was Dad until he passed away in January.

    I've talked to my doctor: he's for Trump. My clients are for Trump. There's simply no enthusiasm for Hillary anywhere, even here in Broward county, a Democrat stronghold.

    Trump had a yuuuge rally at the BB&T center everal weeks ago. Florida goes Trump...

    Vote Trump!

  • After Charlotte, Trump says Clinton shares responsibility for the unrest

    09/23/2016 12:24:34 AM PDT · 11 of 25
    sargon to detective
    It's so easy for Trump to win most of these debates that the Media tries to be so phony about.

    For instance, all he really would need t do is to note that many non-blacks are also killed by police each year, and that there should be accountability throughout all of the nations law enforcement groups.

    That's all that any reasonable citizen wants, black, white, or other.

    Personally, I agree that there has historically been very little accountability with police with respect to shootings, brutality, perjury, etc., and a lack of accountability invariably leads to abuse, whether it be at federal, state, or local level.

    It's perfectly feasible to be against police abuse while at the same time supporting legitimate law enforcement procedures.

    So, IMHO, there's plenty of common ground upon which overwhelming majorities of Americans can meet and work.

    Donald Trump will be a unifier!

    If Donald Trump is as smart as I think he is, he'll pwn Hillary on virtually every issue that's important to the American People. He's on the right side of the vast majority of them.

    I believe the more that the People see this movement in terms of Revolution, the better...

    Vote Trump!

  • ABC reporter asks Clinton if she needs neurological tests

    09/22/2016 9:29:48 PM PDT · 38 of 41
    sargon to Sub-Driver
    What a lawyer-esque response from Hillary...

    Vote Trump!

  • BREAKING: Charlotte’s Keith Scott Long History of Violence Including Arrest for Shooting At Police…

    09/22/2016 9:13:17 PM PDT · 25 of 38
    sargon to GilGil
    Ironic that the apparent "good shoot" has produced riots, but the apparent "bad shoot" in Tulsa hasn't, but did result in charges being filed against the officer for manslaughter...

    Vote Trump!

  • BREAKING: Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby charged with 1st degree manslaughter

    09/22/2016 5:33:31 PM PDT · 224 of 251
    sargon to bray
    If the victim was white this would have never gone to court.

    If the charges are proper, they'd be proper either way.

    I have a novel idea here. How about if we let Justice take it's course and see what a jury decides?

    A unarmed man has died. Wjether at the hands of a police officer or anyone else, to my mind, that's a fine reason to put it to a jury.

    I can't believe they'd charge her without some evidence. It simply doesn't happen very often to law enforcement, so there's likely a valid reason for the exception.

    Vote Trump!

  • Why Charlotte Exploded and Tulsa Prayed

    09/22/2016 5:19:05 PM PDT · 23 of 25
    sargon to Theoria

    Crispus Attucks: “The first to defy, and the first to die...”

  • Shock Poll: Trump Within 6 in Illinois

    09/22/2016 2:19:15 PM PDT · 28 of 50
    sargon to fortheDeclaration
    Good. Then if Kirk loses, he loses.

    Funny thing is, if Trump gets a landslide and takes states like Illinois, he will probably end up saving Kirk's seat.

    Vote Trump!

  • Shock Poll: Trump Within 6 in Illinois

    09/22/2016 1:25:43 PM PDT · 2 of 50
    sargon to Sybeck1

    Was Kirk #NeverTrump?

  • Like Ike? A Trump presidency could mirror Eisenhower

    09/21/2016 7:33:58 PM PDT · 42 of 102
    sargon to DoodleDawg
    I'd call abolishing the DOE meaningful, yes.

    Vote Trump!

  • Like Ike? A Trump presidency could mirror Eisenhower

    09/21/2016 1:51:38 PM PDT · 38 of 102
    sargon to DoodleDawg
    He has not identified any meaningful spending cuts he would pursue.

    Um, for starters, how about abolishing the DOE and significantly scaling back the scope and regulatory powers of the EPA?

    And how about repealing 0bamacare?

    President Trump will cut plenty of government spending, and the investment on things like infrastructure will at least be under Constitutional auspices.

    Vote Trump!

  • Clinton Air War Fails To Sink Trump

    09/21/2016 12:54:42 PM PDT · 66 of 71
    sargon to Helicondelta
    What I don't understand is why Donald Trump is allowing himself to be outspent by Hillary so much, with respect to ad buys. While massive ad buys might not be effective for Hillary, I think they would be very helpful for Trump.

    You can't win a Presidential race on the cheap, and I think this lack of ad spending on Trump's part is keeping things much more precarious than they would otherwise be.

    Methinks Trump is being too stubborn on this issue, and it puts the entire campaign at risk of coming up short.

    I want to see Trump matching Hillary dollar for dollar on ad buys. Enough of this half-assed spending that makes it look like he's not covering all of his bases. Trump needs to engage Hillary fully on every front in the all-out war.

    Is Donald Trump Scottish or something?

    Vote Trump!

  • Flashback: Michelle O Used Bill’s Cheating to Say Hillary Shouldn’t Be Prez (video at link)

    09/21/2016 10:29:25 AM PDT · 10 of 10
    sargon to simpson96


  • TIRED? After today, Hillary has nothing on public calendar until debate — in 6 days

    09/20/2016 8:37:46 PM PDT · 44 of 51
    sargon to Trump Girl Kit Cat
    Right-wing the fact she is NOT attending fundraisers tells me something else is going on I am wondering if the powers that be told her she is DONE, I am VERY WORRIED they are going to put someone in if they put BERNIE in we could be in trouble!!! This being off the trail for this period of time is SHOCKING something IS UP something that WE won’t expect if they have the goods on her that are about to be made public they may have given her an ultimatum!!! But this whole situation is just VERY STRANGE!!!

    Please calm down. Donald Trump will beat anyone the Establishment, Dems, and Media (but I repeat myself) can prop up at this point.

    The Revolution is ON!

    Vote Trump!

  • Polls: Trump '1 state from winning presidency'

    09/20/2016 6:24:08 PM PDT · 52 of 52
    sargon to Gargantua
    The only way these scum can pretend that it's even a close race is by relying on "averages" of a bunch of outdated polling results. These lying filth are headed for The Big One, and it'll shake the ground on which they writhe and tremble.

    I'd like to personally thank every one of the venal pigs who have pushed us to our limit. Had they not, we wouldn't be storming the gates with The Donald leading the charge.

    These pigs are done for.

    I like the way you talk.

    The Revolution is ON!

    Vote Trump!

  • Sources: Bush 41 says he will vote for Clinton (CNN)

    09/20/2016 4:43:16 PM PDT · 46 of 68
    sargon to Innovative
    Sources: Bush 41 says he will vote for Clinton (CNN)

    So lemme get this straight: a failed one-term President who is an Establishment globalist bitch who supports the "New World Order" is going to vote for an Establishment globalist bitch who supports the New World Order?As opposed to him voting for the Revolutionary candidate?

    Color me nonplussed. What more do these Tyrannical, un-American, elitist pigs need to do in order for the People to understand that they're all on the same side, and that it's not our side?

    Enough! The Revolution is ON!

    Vote Trump!

  • After Failing in Costly Anti-Trump Effort, Ameritrade Founder Joe Ricketts to Back Nominee

    09/20/2016 4:34:55 PM PDT · 49 of 54
    sargon to Arlis
    Nope. Any number of things could happen that would allow O to delay the election: Hillary’s health goes really bad, or, she dies; some event where he’d declare martial law and delay/indefinitely postpone the election, etc.


    How whimsical. How quaint.

    You don't seem to understand how the Establishment operates. 0bama is merely an enthusiastic servant. As an individual, he's completely disposable. He'll leave the stage precisely on schedule, when his 15 minutes are up, ostensibly to be replaced by the next useful tool of the elites, Hillary Clinton.

    The last thing that the Establishment wants to do is create risky, unpredictable turmoil with a widely armed citizenry that happens to be in a distinctly Revolutionary mood.

    You kids are so silly sometimes. Delaying the Presidential election simply will not happen.

    Please put down the crack pipe that you have tucked into your tinfoil hat. Jeez...

    Vote Trump!

  • Revealed! Superstar Actor Raped Child Star Corey Haim

    09/20/2016 11:21:07 AM PDT · 183 of 233
    sargon to revivaljoe
    this went back to the 1950’s James Dean was sodomized by powerful power brokers in the film industy along with others - there always been a gay mafia in Hollywood

    What? When was this revealed?

  • Phyllis Schlafly, 1924-2016

    09/20/2016 11:05:31 AM PDT · 6 of 9
    sargon to MarchonDC09122009
    We need then now more than ever.


    Vote Trump!

  • House drops Confederate Flag ban for veterans cemeteries

    09/20/2016 10:28:49 AM PDT · 1,056 of 1,152
    sargon to DiogenesLamp
    As expected, your response fails to even address the specific pro-slavery wording deliberately incorporated into the Confederate constitution, BEFORE the first shots were even fired. Do you think that Northern abolitionists didn't read those words? Do you think that Slavery wasn't on the mind of many Northerners as they sent their sons off to War?

    There simply no way that so many Northern young mean were sent to their deaths, over a 5 year War, without the Abolition of Slavery as an underpinning principle, whether openly stated or not.

    On January 1, 1863, Lincoln issued his Emancipation Proclamation, less than 2 years after the outbreak of hostilities.

    Whether written or not, and whether official or not, the ending of the scourge of Slavery was on the minds of countless thousands of Union soldiers and families. All you have to to is read their letters. Pay a little less attention to the leaders with their convenient propaganda, and a little more to the People, or you're simply not seeing the whole picture.

    That ending Slavery was a critical goal of the War practically goes without saying. It was obvious.

    As for perpetuating Slavery and enshrining it in formal Law, there's simply no other explanation for the CHANGES that the Confederacy introduced to their constitution, their founding document.

    Where the U.S. Constitution couldn't even directly speak of Slavery, the Confederate constitution made it clear.

    Citing the fact that Slavery was "permitted" under the original Constitution means nothing. It was always anathema to Liberty, hypocritical, and a glaring contradiction to even the Declaration of Independence.

    By the time the Civil War came around, most Americans believed it to be the Great Wrong, including plenty of Southerners who couldn't afford to own slaves, or didn't want to, and who were seduced into sacrificing their lives by the "State's Rights" principle.

    It was the wrong underlying "principle" for the South to hang its hat on, and it provided the moral underpinnings for the North to ultimately persevere and win using the brutal tactics and strategies which were empoloyed.

    The North ultimately saw it as a Righteous Cause, and that is what gave them the "Moral Authority" and the Will to crush the Confederacy.

    I don't think it takes an incredible amount of book-reading or analysis to understand the Civil Was about Slavery, and to accept that History has passed its judgement.

    Denying or minimizing the central role that Slavery played in the Northern will to fight the War, and in the South's resistance to necessary change, is simply a reductionist interpretation.

    I mean, almost all Wars are about greed, of course. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that. But their justification is always found in something else, and in the case of the American Civil War, that "justification" towers, morally, above all other causes.

    One need only go back to Jefferson's original draft of the Declaration to see that it contained a stinging indictment of Slavery and the Slave Trade. Jefferson's diatribe was deleted in order to preserve unity at the time. In other words, to appease the Southern colonies who would not have signed it otherwise.

    Slavery remains America's Original Sin, and the Civil War was simply the settling of that Debt.

    A cowardly Congress was never brave enough to settle the issue, and the result was the loss of over a million lives during the Lincoln administration.

  • LIVE Video - Milo Yiannopoulous at University of Houston, Texas.

    09/19/2016 11:29:15 PM PDT · 71 of 85
    sargon to Pilgrim's Progress
    Hey, in the interest of fostering a better understanding of Mr. Yiannopoulus and the topic in general, there's an excellent question from the Q&A portion, asked by one of the event's attendees, regarding Milo's views on his own sexuality, starting right around the 1:44:58 mark:

    Milo's thoughtful and sincere answer might surprise many here, and is well worth watching. Suffice it to say that Milo repudiates the Left's standard "gays are born this way" dogma.

    Milo basically says if he could take a pill and be straight, he would, and his comments as a whole are very interesting.

    I highly recommend watching the clip, for any FR members who have reservations about Milo, or who are just curious about this man's honest thoughts on his own "gayness".

    Vote Trump!


    09/19/2016 10:50:35 PM PDT · 68 of 75
    sargon to R_Kangel

    Excellent. A definitive presentation.

    The Hillary campaign, with the full collusion of the Media, is going to great lengths to manufacture an image that she is popular, when the reality is otherwise.

    This is just more bad optics for her. Most people use the internet nowadays, and are savvy enough to review information like this for themselves.

    Hillary is really in a bad spot.

    Vote Trump!


    09/19/2016 10:31:53 PM PDT · 67 of 75
    sargon to brucedickinson
    In the video I've watched, Hillary doesn't appear on any of the cell phone cameras in the "crowd", as she supposedly walks past.

    It's just totally bizarre and doesn't make sense.

    If the videos that are being shown are "unaltered" by anyone (except the Hillary campaign), then there's something totally phony going on.

    Vote Trump!

  • George H.W. Bush to vote for Hillary

    09/19/2016 9:24:29 PM PDT · 82 of 193
    sargon to Trump20162020
    I guess we now know what G. H. W. Bush thinks about the Globalist Establishment.

    To lose such a Revolutionary voice as Bush-41 in the fight against global elitism, how will our movement survive?

    Oh, wait: Bush-41 epitomizes the cancer of globalism!

    I forgot that for a second...

    Vote Trump!

  • House drops Confederate Flag ban for veterans cemeteries

    09/19/2016 8:11:47 PM PDT · 1,040 of 1,152
    sargon to DiogenesLamp
    The [Civil War] was about money.

    That's just a pathetic bit of historical revisionism.

    If the South wasn't making money that the New York Empire builders wanted, nobody would have given a sh*t what the South did.

    Nonsense. Abolitionism as a moral concept predated the American Revolution, and was seen as a glaring contradiction from the very beginning. By the time the Civil War arrived, Abolitionism had grown into a formidable national movement.

    The Civil War was about Slavery. The Southern States saw the writing on wall, and the inevitable reality that Slavery would, someday soon, be outlawed by the United States federal government, via Constitutional means.

    You can post your graphics all you want, but the reason hundreds of thousands of middle class Northern parents were willing to send their sons off to die in a Civil War wasn't to protect the economic interests of greedy uber-rich Northerners. Without the righteous cause of ending Slavery, the willpower and impetus simply wouldn't have existed for the North to fight the Civil War.

    The South seceded so that they could keep more of the profits their slaves were earning in Europe, and the New York Power barons sicced the FedGov on em to get back those profits they lost.

    The South seceded to perpetuate Slavery, and they did precisely that when they authored the Confederate constitution. Were the economic considerations you cite a factor in the causes of the Civil War? Of course. Were they the central issue? Of course not.

    The Confederate constitution, with its explicit embrace of Negro Slavery, was adopted on March 11, 1861, a full month before the bombardment of Fort Sumter which commenced armed hostilities. In both tone and legal content, it went far beyond the U.S. Constitution in its expansive embrace of Slavery. Thus, Slavery wasn't some afterthought incorporated when framing the Confederacy: it was the bedrock principle upon which the new nation was founded.

    If, as you say, the Civil War was "about money", then why did the framers of the Confederacy find it so necessary to expand on Slavery so much in its founding document?

    Indeed, almost the only differences between the U.S. Constitution and the Confederate one revolve around the institution of Slavery.

    If the Civil War wasn't about Slavery, then I guess the Confederacy shouldn't have designed their constitution around the concept before the war even started.

    Your thesis is false.

    Vote Trump!

  • LIVE Video - Milo Yiannopoulous at University of Houston, Texas.

    09/19/2016 6:58:06 PM PDT · 68 of 85
    sargon to Pilgrim's Progress
    They should have slept out in the street so that they could reach those God-rejecting fags.

    I doubt very much if Jesus Christ would ever use the pejorative term "fag" to refer to a homosexual.

    Therein lies the distinction between His example and your hate.

    Vote Trump!