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I guess "The Lord" didn't listen to Franklin Graham

At last night's trainwreck, Graham asked the Lord to shut the mouths of “those in this country who want to divide, who want to preach hate.”

Then Dump started talking. And "the Lord" just let him flap his mouth throughout a divisive, hate-filled speech.
Posted by NastyRiffraff | Wed Aug 23, 2017, 10:35 AM (31 replies)

"What a presidential president would have said about Charlottesville"

“The violence Friday and Saturday in Charlottesville, Va., is a tragedy and an unacceptable, impermissible assault on American values. It is an assault, specifically, on the ideals we cherish most in a pluralistic democracy — tolerance, peaceable coexistence and diversity.

“The events were triggered by individuals who embrace and extol hatred. Racists, neo-Nazis, Ku Klux Klan members and their sympathizers — these are the extremists who fomented the violence in Charlottesville, and whose views all Americans must condemn and reject.

“To wink at racism or to condone it through silence, or false moral equivalence, or elision, as some do, is no better and no more acceptable than racism itself. Just as we can justly identify radical Islamic terrorism when we see it, and call it out, so can we all see the racists in Charlottesville, and understand that they are anathema in our society, which depends so centrally on mutual respect.

“Under whatever labels and using whatever code words — ‘heritage,’ ‘tradition,’ ‘nationalism’ — the idea that whites or any other ethnic, national or racial group is superior to another is not acceptable. Americans should not excuse, and I as president will not countenance, fringe elements in our society who peddle such anti-American ideas. While they have deep and noxious roots in our history, they must not be given any quarter nor any license today.


More at: Washington Post Editorial

What Dump did say:
"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. On many sides."


Posted by NastyRiffraff | Sat Aug 12, 2017, 06:14 PM (0 replies)
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