To All The Fools Who Thought Obamacare Was A Good Idea

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I'm sorry your parents never left Tulsa.
As usual KCFlyer you don't know what the hell you are talking about. I have lived in Arizona, Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, and Illinois, all with my mother and stepfather. My stepfather is from Washington state and traveled extensively in the Airforce and my father is from Colorado.

Yep...I live Kansas now. But back in the 1960's I lived in Florida (south). My family roots are from Virginia and North Carolina (both in the south) My dads brother was in Georgia (again the south) and we would visit all those places every year. This was in the 1960's. You know, back when some of the water fountains had the word "colored" over them. Ever see a sign like that, other than in a history book?
No. I have not.

In the early 70's my dad got transferred to Dallas. That's in the south too. I'll never forget our introduction to Dallas. We were in a cab from the airport to a hotel where we were staying until our furniture arrived. The driver said he was surprised we were able to get a room since there was a convention of the colored elks. His words were "They call them colored elks...I call them ni---rs". I wasn't really into politics so I didn't ask his political affiliation. But it's a red state today. From there I lived in Ohio and Kansas. I know about the south from seeing things like separate water fountains and many parents reactions to "forced busing".

And looking back in my history book, I see that the south was bright blue. Today it is bright red. So I ask you again - what happened to all the racists, and why did they start voting red.
This makes the third time you have requested that same information and I already gave you my answer twice. You ask me again and you will be the second person I have put on ignore in 10 years.

Maybe you can step outside of the past and join us in 2020. The world has changed a lot since then KCFlyer. Like you said, I have never even seen water fountains that have the word colored over them. You choose to focus on your narrative instead of the realities of the modern world.

You might also open yourself up to the possibility that racism goes both directions.

Everyone from the South is racist.... except you. You are special. You are the exception. You are not like the rest of those southern scumbags. You sir are a paragon, a champion of the dismissed and the victimized. A fine example of Democrat virtue signaling KCFlyer. You have mastered it well.

I bet you go to protests and congratulate your fellow Democrats for being such fine upstanding citizens in a never ending circle jerk of self admiration and validation while passing judgement on all your "inferiors" who just won't get with the program.
 
Ask him the same question again KC. When he puts you on ignore we will all be spared his babbling sanctimony.

LALA. Where did all those Democrats in the South move to when the Republicans moved In?
 
Actually it really isn't.


Let me stop you right there.

First off TRAVIS McMichael is not Georgia, he is an individual responsible for his own actions.

Second, I used to live in Georgia and I went to school in a wealthier area of mostly white kids and I hated every one of those MF'ers. Point being I have no love for GA. Probably the only place I hate more than CA.

I literally could not wait to get out of there. The rudest, most abrasive people I have ever met in my life. Leaving GA was one of the happiest days in my life. As far as I am concerned the only good thing that ever came out of GA was Kim Basinger (who is the standard I have compared all women too since..... well forever).

Alabama has a reputation as well but when I lived in Huntsville I did not see rampant racism. Perhaps some of Alabama is like that but it certainly was not that way were I lived. The reason I stated that is to remind you not to blanket a whole region or state based off of individual actions.

As an example, just because you have an area known for gang activity does not mean everyone there is a gang member.

La Li Lu LE LO.

Zero Gang Activity here in NH, ME or VT !
 
As usual KCFlyer you don't know what the hell you are talking about. I have lived in Arizona, Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, and Illinois, all with my mother and stepfather. My stepfather is from Washington state and traveled extensively in the Airforce and my father is from Colorado.

No. I have not.

This makes the third time you have requested that same information and I already gave you my answer twice. You ask me again and you will be the second person I have put on ignore in 10 years.

Maybe you can step outside of the past and join us in 2020. The world has changed a lot since then KCFlyer. Like you said, I have never even seen water fountains that have the word colored over them. You choose to focus on your narrative instead of the realities of the modern world.

You might also open yourself up to the possibility that racism goes both directions.

Everyone from the South is racist.... except you. You are special. You are the exception. You are not like the rest of those southern scumbags. You sir are a paragon, a champion of the dismissed and the victimized. A fine example of Democrat virtue signaling KCFlyer. You have mastered it well.

I bet you go to protests and congratulate your fellow Democrats for being such fine upstanding citizens in a never ending circle jerk of self admiration and validation while passing judgement on all your "inferiors" who just won't get with the program.

Well...you never told me what happened to the racists in the south. They used to be blue. Did they just quit voting and allow the south to go red? Or did they become Republicans. You seemed to indicate that I had no idea of racism in the south since I live in Kansas. I spent over half my life in the south.
 
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Well...you never told me what happened to the racists in the south. They used to be blue. Did they just quit voting and allow the south to go red? Or did they become Republicans. You seemed to indicate that I had no idea of racism in the south since I live in Kansas. I spent over half my life in the south.
I know.... you're still living in the first half.
 
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KCFlyer are you familiar with the concept of anachronism, because you are most definitely a practitioner.
 
KCFlyer are you familiar with the concept of anachronism, because you are most definitely a practitioner.
I'm still wondering why the blue racists turned red. I mean, they lynched black people back then, but they don't seem to fear socialism enough to lynch a white guy.
 
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I'm still wondering why the blue racists turned red. I mean, they lynched black people back then, but they don't seem to fear socialism enough to lynch a white guy.
Maybe they should start.

I have a suggestion.........

It's this sanctimonious, virtue signaling, hypocrite I know.
 
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