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Old 03-31-2017, 05:45 AM
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Old 03-31-2017, 07:28 AM
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Go away...liar.

First you defended him a while back by saying that he dresses nicely, then a short time later...you claimed to have never met him.

The fact that you can't seem to tell the truth either (are you sure you don't want to change any comments in your photo album? ).....perfectly explains why you love Chump so much.

And RubiTHECon doesn't "upset" me in the least.

He, like you, are simply insignificant pi$$ants...who make me laugh.



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I almost feel sorry for you. You are such an unhappy and miserable person. Rubi's decency really bothers you. He really brings out the worst in you, or does he? Perhaps you are always this miserable.
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Old 03-31-2017, 09:53 AM
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The real truth is that educational institutes do not educate kids they indoctrinate them into the social justice warrior agenda which includes white hate, socialism, secularism, homosexuality as normal and parents are allowing this to occur. It is being reinforced in the movies, television kids watch and readings they accomplish all of this with linguistic constructivisms (ie the narratives they write or more precisely re-write)

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The kids of today that you say are being indoctrinated are the offspring of OUR generation. It is OUR kids who are doing the indoctrination into the social justice agenda of white hate, socialism, secularism, and homosexuality as normal. The parents who are allowing their children to watch the movies, play the video games, watching the television are OUR children.

Did OUR children get this upbringing from us (you), Rubicon? Or did they rebel against the upbringing from you?
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Old 03-31-2017, 10:29 AM
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I do care that people in this nation seem to have lost the will to stick to their convictions.

What these politicians did in this situation is the sole reason this nation is in decline. A man's word use to be his bond. We have lived so long with weak knee politician, leaders ,etc we expect nothing less than surrender.

And apparently we don't care for the people who are affected by this insanity. Allowing one entrance to such a private area based on self-identity is sure insanity. Do parents really their little girl/boy witness to a man/woman using the same bathroom?

Do parents really want their son/daughter who are confused about their gender to be placated rather than treated?

This nation has lost its moral compass and such a breach is leading us down the path to the abyss

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Stick to their convictions hah! unless it costs you revenue and in a basketball crazed state the opportunity to host championship events

The financial hits have ranged from scuttled plans for a PayPal facility, which would have added an estimated $2.66 billion to the state's economy, to a canceled Ringo Starr concert, depriving a town's amphitheater of about $33,000 in revenue.

The NCAA, indicated the state won't be considered for any championship events between 2018 to 2022 unless it changes the law. And the the NBA, pulled the 2017 All-Star game out of Charlotte.

My guess is that losing Ringo Starr was not a big deal, but the NCAA threat did the deed.

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