There is no candidate for an educated, moral, white male to vote for.

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First off, ANYBODY who denies what I said about that is a liar or an idiot that is completely ignorant.

White people have been programmed, Pavlovian style, to react to certain stimuli. When they think someone said racist, they jump in like a trained dog, barking as if their voice will make the other guy cower down and do the expected Pavlovian response from the defensive side (i.e. - some of my best friends are black...)

Every honest person realizes that America was founded on the twin pillars of race and religion. Within six months of the ratification of the Constitution, Congress enacted the first naturalization law:

"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That any Alien being a free white person, who shall have resided within the limits and under the jurisdiction of the United States for the term of two years, may be admitted to become a citizen thereof on application to any common law Court of record in any one of the States wherein he shall have resided for the term of one year at least, and making proof to the satisfaction of such Court that he is a person of good character, and taking the oath or affirmation prescribed by law to support the Constitution of the United States, which Oath or Affirmation such Court shall administer, and the Clerk of such Court shall record such Application, and the proceedings thereon; and thereupon such person shall be considered as a Citizen of the United States."
An act to establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization” (March 26, 1790)

The overwhelming majority of the people in the United States in those days were white and Christian. Our system is based on Anglo Saxon jurisprudence. We try to deny it by shaming anyone with the cahones to tell you the truth. Since the truth involves refuting the bridge between liberals and conservatives that race is a social construct, what I'm saying isn't popular, but the bottom line is that the left has no use for whites and I have no use for those who are trying to denigrate their own race by playing into the hands of the extreme left.

Furthermore, I think it takes mindless people of a very low IQ to make the leap from someone who is well informed that, at the end of the day, and admits this is about race only to be scolded by insincere programmed responses will only have the "it ain't about race" deniers slinging racism allegations at anyone who knows what this fight is really about. While extremists are pretending they are only fighting racism, they are dismantling every vestige of our history and culture because most white people cannot accept the facts for what they are... and you don't have to become a racial extremist to understand when someone of another color, creed, etc. wants your lily white ass gone... six feet under - you, your culture, history, language, borders, system of jurisprudence, religion, and values.
And you are assuming that I have not studied history......The clowns trying to tear this country apart try to create the narrative that we "the US of A" invented slavery that we started our country on the premise of white superiority.....This is a flat out lie and offends me...... Slavery was introduced to the Western Hemisphere right after Columbus discovered it.....It was a well established institution by the time the first colonies were established.....Religion was also an over-arching attribute to the way things were done and how people thought...

When the Revolution was settled what were we supposed to do??.....Suddenly change everything around us while trying to form a new system of government or simply sort out the problems as time passed?? This is basically what happened, we dealt with problems one thing at a time......now how does that make things like the Betsy Ross flag a symbol of slavery....or people like Washington and Jefferson advocates of slavery??....

This nonsense is tearing this country apart and I am saying.... Get over It!!
 

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And you are assuming that I have not studied history......The clowns trying to tear this country apart try to create the narrative that we "the US of A" invented slavery that we started our country on the premise of white superiority.....This is a flat out lie and offends me...... Slavery was introduced to the Western Hemisphere right after Columbus discovered it.....It was a well established institution by the time the first colonies were established.....Religion was also an over-arching attribute to the way things were done and how people thought...

When the Revolution was settled what were we supposed to do??.....Suddenly change everything around us while trying to form a new system of government or simply sort out the problems as time passed?? This is basically what happened, we dealt with problems one thing at a time......now how does that make things like the Betsy Ross flag a symbol of slavery....or people like Washington and Jefferson advocates of slavery??....

This nonsense is tearing this country apart and I am saying.... Get over It!!

I fail to understand your point. I'm sure if you're trying to make one, you can do a better job. The thread is about the fact that there isn't an educated, moral, white male candidate to vote for. The answer is no.

The reason is, IF white candidates exist, they are expected to become liberal converts and reject the foundational principles upon which America was built. And the flip side is, the "conservatives" act like they can do no better than Donald Trump. Whites who refuse to denounce their history, culture, language, and values are no longer welcome in the United Socialist States of Amerika.
 
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The ironic part of your post is that you are (correctly in my view) objecting to a line of thinking that normally one associates with the progressive left: identity politics.
All politics is about identity. Conservatives love that phrase as a gambit to avoid the recognition of the self-serving aspect of their political efforts. They whine about "reverse discrimination" as though they are driven by some noble pursuit but do nothing to actually address discrimination.
 
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All politics is about identity. Conservatives love that phrase as a gambit to avoid the recognition of the self-serving aspect of their political efforts. They whine about "reverse discrimination" as though they are driven by some noble pursuit but do nothing to actually address discrimination.
No, while it's likely your politics is about identity, mine is about ideas. And there's no such thing as "reverse discrimination" anymore than there is "reverse slander," "reverse battery," or "reverse theft." A policy is either discriminatory or it is not.
 
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No, while it's likely your politics is about identity, mine is about ideas. And there's no such thing as "reverse discrimination" anymore than there is "reverse slander," "reverse battery," or "reverse theft." A policy is either discriminatory or it is not.
We have had this discussion before, haven't we?
Reverse discrimination is the common concept to decry the treatment of white people presumed to be unfair and it is a concern to them because of "identity" politics means they are only really concerned with their view (falsely) NOT the concept of resolution of historical discrimination.
 
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We have had this discussion before, haven't we?
Reverse discrimination is the common concept to decry the treatment of white people presumed to be unfair and it is a concern to them because of "identity" politics means they are only really concerned with their view (falsely) NOT the concept of resolution of historical discrimination.
Yes, and I would have hoped you'd have learned then. If someone is denied access because of the color of their skin it is racial discrimination. It doesn't matter whether disfavored skin color was black, white, red, yellow, or spotted. It's racial discrimination, not 'reverse discrimination." Please try to remember that for the next time.
 
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Yes, and I would have hoped you'd have learned then. If someone is denied access because of the color of their skin it is racial discrimination. It doesn't matter whether disfavored skin color was black, white, red, yellow, or spotted. It's racial discrimination, not 'reverse discrimination." Please try to remember that for the next time.
You seem to be in denial about the term "reverse discrimination". Google it and hopefully it will become clearer to you. You conservatives have historically been obsessed with the concept so I a surprised that you find it so difficult to understand.
 
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You seem to be in denial about the term "reverse discrimination". Google it and hopefully it will become clearer to you. You conservatives have historically been obsessed with the concept so I a surprised that you find it so difficult to understand.
I understand it quite well. It's a product of the mistaken impression that plain ol' discrimination can only be imposed on minorities, and thus when inflected on whites somehow requires the modifier 'reverse.' It's a mistake commonly made by those on the left and right less prone to critical thinking. Count yourself among them or not as it really makes no difference to me.
 
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I understand it quite well. It's a product of the mistaken impression that plain ol' discrimination can only be imposed on minorities, and thus when inflected on whites somehow requires the modifier 'reverse.' It's a mistake commonly made by those on the left and right less prone to critical thinking. Count yourself among them or not as it really makes no difference to me.
Apparently the term has backfired for you as it was originally invoked to argue that race-based consideration resulted in anti-white discrimination. However, if you want to deny history, common conservative political speech, and basic English modification of a noun by an adjective, who am I to stand in the way of your silly preoccupation with an inappropriate attempt to re-write American culture?
 
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