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What I've Learned From This Election

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That is not true at all.

The vast majority of Americans are in favor of tightening the federal budget and reducing the national debt.

Just as long as it is someone else's benefits/programs/tax loopholes/pork that are cut/reduced to achieve those goals.

You are probably right, I should have used willing instead of in favor.

Most are not willing to take the lumps.

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Everyone in the country is taught to have pride in their race except for white people and that has shown this election.

This is not true. White people very much take pride in their race. And have plenty things in society that symbolize that pride thru symbolism, culture, religion. Whites by and large take racial pride in NFL QBs for example.

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This is not true. White people very much take pride in their race. And have plenty things in society that symbolize that pride thru symbolism, culture, religion. Whites by and large take racial pride in NFL QBs for example.

I would pay money to see Sylvianlight and KT have a debate. That would be quality entertainment right there...

I can honestly say that that is one thing that has never, ever even crossed my mind, being proud of being white... who freaking cares. It literally means nothing, at least to me anyway.

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literally

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nice eagle

Reminds me of a parrot joke.

The bartender says "Wow, that is a really nice specimen ya got there. Where'd it come from?"

"Africa," said the parrot.

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I literally borrowed that from Cantrell.

hey it's better than your standard "i liek tities lol women right?"

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This is not true. White people very much take pride in their race. And have plenty things in society that symbolize that pride thru symbolism, culture, religion. Whites by and large take racial pride in NFL QBs for example.

yeah but what about if you totally ignore holidays like saint patricks day, or all of the dumb rednecks who fly confederate flags because "ARE HERITAGE", or all of the historical revisionism that is responsible for things like millions of people believing that christopher columbus was anything other than a huge sack of poo

for real though, white culture dominates america. it's why, for example, people with more commonly "white people" names are given preference by employers

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I would pay money to see Sylvianlight and KT have a debate. That would be quality entertainment right there...

I can honestly say that that is one thing that has never, ever even crossed my mind, being proud of being white... who freaking cares. It literally means nothing, at least to me anyway.

Just wait till a politician turns you into a victim. Then, to prove you are a victim, they will try to instill you with pride, since victims cannot have pride on their own. They they will give you a day to show your pride. This comes after you swear allegiance to them for life. Then, they give you a month to celebrate your being white. Just don't get uppity because at the end of the day, pride in your government and their ability to give you real life is all that counts

I dont know, its early, need more coffee

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