If you go back to the conversation, I believe I quoted some things the guy said. You’re lacking context, maybe you missed a few weeks for some reason?
Even if it’s not
Bringing it up does not help
If one wants real ears
the best they can do
A far left they can’t define
Whine about PC
Try telling the preacher.
Is the insinuation that a black preacher cannot be impartial? That’s how that comment reads to me. Please correct me if I’m mistaken.
There’s no point. We’ve been having the same basic conversation for a month. If these two think I’m a racist, I can deal with that. There is no rational discussion to be had here.
It’s a tough crowd.
Remind me. Was is the one from the dodgy website about the FBI and all of that? Also, people are kinda sorta avoiding my questions again.
When some doubt is left
As to one’s motives in speech
This is expected
Better to remove
These kinds of statements of race
To be seen legit
It was the one posted and what people are discussing, if you don’t read the material people are discussing and are weighing in more than everyone else combined you are probably derailing the thread. Do you even have a point you need to bring up or is it just about making the most noise?
Excuse me, I asked a question and you’ve derailed the conversation to some random article I was supposed to have read. I wonder why you’d do that. Can we get back on track? Remember, someone here is claming he’s a victim. If so I’d like to apologize. So let’s look at this comment again:
How should I read this? Please explain if you would. Thanks.
Think of it as an intervention, a room of people politely sharing ideas and one guy is insistent in interjecting on every comment and the moderator tells them to tone it down.
I believe I’m a part of this group of people politely sharing ideas, and I am sharing them politely.
I’d love an answer to the questions I posed, but not expecting one at this point. The tough ones, people tend to deflect from those.
Good night sir!
I love that I owe you so much nothing it can be measured.
Him telling us to listen to a black pastor tell us that the problem is white people.
Ok, and what is the objection to that idea? Not the first time it’s been said. (See: MLK).
That sounds like a Morrisey lyric, honestly. Where’s Johnny Marr at? You’re doing good kiddo. Keep it up!
I don’t think I’d want the responsibility and the headache; I would struggle to remain neutral.
There’s no objection to that idea.