Is it too early to call Trump supporters "quislings"?
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- : I don't have to imagine Obama doing it. Obama did it, with his pen and phone. And as for promoting Ivanka Trump's line of stuff, are they supposed to just sit back and smile int he face of a politically oriented smear campaign targeting one of the President's children - who up until now have been universally agreed to be off-limits?
No, we can't just keep saying the other side sucks without consequences. Donald Trump represents the consequences of Barack Obama and the raving moonbat SJW left doing that for the last 16 years.36w
- I see which type you are. Obama never said voting was broken or that the judicial system was broken. Ivanka Trump is not a child and her retail brand is part of President Donald J Trump's company. It is HIS business interest. And if you think civil rights (aka "social justice") are so nefarious you don't deserve to be a part of an intelligent conversation. 's comment was based on personal experience and elucidating. Mine listed facts. You're just parroting the yellow snowflake cuckfest insults of the right wing. Your contribution detracts from the conversation.36w
- - What's the acronym "SJW"? BTW, it's my understanding that the eldest daughter is a full adult and is acting as an advisor to the president - that would pretty much suggest that she is not in the same position of immunity from comment as the rather younger children of prior presidents.36w
- , the President's family has historically been off-limits, child or adult. Attacking Ivanka because you oppose Trump is beneath contempt.
There is no such thing as "social justice". Justice is always and everywhere a quality of individuals, not societies. "Social justice" is a hard-left dog whistle for equality of outcome, the most evil idea ever committed to paper.
And you are following the predictable SJW path, by trying to silence opinions you disagree with instead of arguing against them.36w
- : "SJW" is an abbreviation for Social Justice Warrior, a term the far left adopted for themselves to denote their pursuit of so-called "social justice" by any means necessary.36w
- - I'm all for "social justice" and perhaps I'm even sometimes a "warrior". However, I don't think we all agree what constitutes "justice". For instance I don't perceive any "injustice" in more rigid regulation of firearms; others disagree. I believe that it is "just" for a society to use its combined resources to assist those who have stumbled (I'm not quite so sure about assisting those who have thrown themselves down by their own choice); others disagree. I'm a advocate of the Federal /regulatory system (in general, not necessarily in every detail) that has grown up in the US because our simple original Constitutional model is inadequate to deal with the complexity of the modern world; clearly many disagree.
I'm not at all sure the labels "left" and "right" really work. I, for instance, am way to the left because I feel that it is our obligation as people and as a government to take care for one another but I'm more on the right when it comes to fiscal matters - and I'm perhaps the first to admit that I don't deeply understand economic theories.36w
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