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I dont need someone to tell me what is or isn't human. What kind of sadistic person are you.

So what you're saying is, you'd be pretending not to read the articles while still trying to have the conversation? Boy, that sounds like fun for everyone involved.

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I wonder if the authors of that book covertly fed their work to conservatives in order to boost their sales. I doubt many people on the left have ever heard of them, let alone read their book.

You mean you weren't forced to do book reports on this as well as the Communist Manifesto in 3rd grade? Huh, must've just been my teacher, Mrs. Alinsky.

I generally enjoy riling up the bigots and making fun of them, but T-Falcon is just too dumb to deal with. Honestly, snake and Tahuyaman did it better.

Also, T-Falcon is a honky cracker and I hate him because he's white.

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You mean you weren't forced to do book reports on this as well as the Communist Manifesto in 3rd grade? Huh, must've just been my teacher, Mrs. Alinsky.

I generally enjoy riling up the bigots and making fun of them, but T-Falcon is just too dumb to deal with. Honestly, snake and Tahuyaman did it better.

Also, T-Falcon is a honky cracker and I hate him because he's white.

Here's is a typical liberal letting his true colors show. These days it's okay to be proud of your race as long as you're not white.

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Craig James calls Patriots support for gay marriage the work of Satan

By Jim Buzinski@outsports on Mar 10, 2015, 12:13a

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The former NFL player doesn't like his old team asking the Supreme Court to OK same-sex marriage.

Former SMU and New England Patriots running back Craig James is upset that sports teams, including the Patriots, have signed on to a brief urging the Supreme Court to make gay marriage legal in the country. He called it the work of Satan.

Speaking on the "Washington Watch" radio program, hosted by Tony Perkins of the anti-gay Family Research Council, James was asked his opinion of the Patriots and other sports franchises joining 379 companies signing the brief. Right Wing Watch has the audio:

James: A locker room is a cohesive deal. A locker room is a place where everybody has different belief systems but you just get along. In my opinion, I look forward to seeing now, if management tells you and the coaching staff tells you that you better not say anything about the other side, you talk about implosion in the locker room. I know the believers I was with, my teammates -- and there were a lot of believers in that locker room -- we wouldn't have been quiet for a moment, we would have spoken up.

Perkins: Do you think there are going to be more players that say, "Hey wait a minute, that's fine if they want to do that and live that lifestyle, but for me, as a follower of Jesus Christ, I have an obligation to speak out, in a loving way, but to speak the truth nonetheless?"

James: I have to say that ... the thought of me filing something in the Supreme Court on behalf of players, I had pause. I'll run through a wall with you guys [but] ... if I were a current player in that locker room and my livelihood depended on me being quiet or losing it because of my belief system, I worry, I wonder. So, that’s Satan working on us.

That's not Satan working, that's the American legal system and it's not a surprise James feels this way. He came out as anti-gay during his failed bid to win a U.S. Senate seat in 2012, saying that being gay is a choice. He later lost his job on Fox Sports because of his views on gay people and he then alleged discrimination based on his religious beliefs.

By supporting the brief, the Patriots and the other companies did not say their employees had to agree with them, so there is no coercion here. James now works for the Family Research Council, and he can rest assured that his current employer shares the same views on gay people that he does.

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You mean you weren't forced to do book reports on this as well as the Communist Manifesto in 3rd grade? Huh, must've just been my teacher, Mrs. Alinsky.

I generally enjoy riling up the bigots and making fun of them, but T-Falcon is just too dumb to deal with. Honestly, snake and Tahuyaman did it better.

Also, T-Falcon is a honky cracker and I hate him because he's white.

Wow
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Wouldn't be for you, obviously. Remember that time you said we should bomb a country because it was transiently associated with a group that delayed the release of a movie everyone's already forgotten about? That was basically advocating genocide because those people might just be asking for it.

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Wouldn't be for you, obviously. Remember that time you said we should bomb a country because it was transiently associated with a group that delayed the release of a movie everyone's already forgotten about? That was basically advocating genocide because those people might just be asking for it.

So you admit you just defended racism? Lol
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Stop playing the victim, he was being facetious and you know it. You love pretending to be oppressed.

That kind of language is not appropriate in any setting. Sorry no other racial slurs like that would be tolerated on this board
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Like, actual genocide. He seriously argued for like ten pages that we needed to start a war with a nuclear country that could only end in the extermination of their people because a hacker group delayed the release of a bad Seth Rogen movie.

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Like, actual genocide. He seriously argued for like ten pages that we needed to start a war with a nuclear country that could only end in the extermination of their people because a hacker group delayed the release of a bad Seth Rogen movie.

"I can't win this argument so I'll bring up something unrelated from months ago."and never did I say genocide hypocrite
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I mean, just to be clear, he's demanded we commit an act of war, decried the "homosexual agenda," posted anti-gay hate site, and clashed with virtually everyone here who isn't Worzone, all while formulating arguments and baiting tactics borrowed mid-conversation from Google searches, including the hate site in this thread and probably others I'm not aware of.

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