I'd say shooting people and destroying property is more important than standing on a flag.
If you're more upset at a group because they stand on a flag than you were at a group who murdered and rioted, simply because one is black and the other is white, then yeah, you're a racist.
Immigration is not a right. I've only ever said we should be more careful about who we let in, and ensure they align with our beliefs. The difference is the ability to choose.
We should work to convince people like the MSN that they are wrong. As we have done across history.
I agree. I'm pointing out the flaw in your logic.
Sure, and BLM supporters directly committed violent actions, and murdered police officers.
If we take a look at the MSN website, we can clearly see they are not a violent group and denounce any acts of violence in their name:
You're quite welcome.
Ultimately, if you want the broadcasting service of your state to represent you, it's entirely upon you to vote in those that do.
And if you still don't agree with them, just watch it on something other than PBS.
Absolutely. Corporations should have the freedom to use their broadcasting services to distribute material they see fit.
However, as we're talking about PBS, which is an arm of the Alabama government, they have the right to choose not to air material they don't want to either.
I'm not the...
Seems entirely pointless to have R&P stuff in Off-topic.
If you're going to remove R&P, you should actually remove it.
If you want to allow R&P and all the baggage that comes with it, you should probably just bring back The Wild West.
Non-violent groups shouldn't be marred by the actions of a few violent individuals.
I guess by this logic, when BLM was calling for cops to be killed, and when on of their supporters actually went out and killed a few police officers, that was also a declaration of war?
I'm not entirely...
Nobody else in the thread is denying what Clinton has said about the LGBT community.
If you're willing to hold opinions which are counter to evidence, it's on you to prove them.
Yeah, I guess Garry Johnson or any other third party candidates just don't exist.
Most politicians don't have the poor history Hillary does in regards to LGBT issues.
But, in general I'd say expecting people who have believed things for 50+ years to suddenly have seen the light, and yet still keep making gaffs in regards to the issue is being unrealistic.
Below are a collection of quotes from Hillary Clinton, which if you voted for Clinton, you must 100% believe and support.
"Marriage has got historic, religious and moral content that goes back to the beginning of time, and I think a marriage is as a marriage has always been, between a man and...