Sound of Freedom

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  1. bjabrad

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    Donald Trump has nothing to do with freedom.
     
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    Would you agree that the Nats fans and the UFC fans booing him were also the sound of freedom?
     
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    DC is the sound of the swamp. The sound of those who profit from ruling others. Sound of the bourgeoisie.

    The Alabama fans was the sound of the power of citizens rights.
     
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    Football fans cheering for their favorite politicians are sound and fury signifying nothing.
     
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    I bet you would have been first RINO complaining if they booed Bush, Clinton or Obama saying you should respect the office of the President
     
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    Not true. The reason it sounds like fingernails on a chalkboard to you is because it frightens you just how much he is loved by a huge base of citizens.
     
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    Got it. At least you are consistently a hypocrite.
     
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    Make your case.
     
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    Brad, you and Cornstalk are hilarious in your attempts to make something out of nothing. I as told the forgetful Cornstalk, I voted against Obama twice. I don’t care what frigging sports fans in different sports venues holler for or against. It is of no significance.
     
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    It’s pretty simple, if people expressing their opinion is the sound of freedom, it’s the sound of freedom regardless of whether you agree with them.
     
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    Two serious. Maybe four.
     
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    Ah, I didn't think you were am imbecile. My bad.

    People cheering for Trump are cheering for more power in the hands of citizens aka freedom.

    People jeering at Trump are cheering for more power in the hands of their employer aka the federal government.
     
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    What an absolutely laughable generality. It would be like me saying all Trump supporters are racist.
     
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    I'm actually shocked you don't feel that way.

    How would you explain the difference between support for the president at sporting events in DC vs Alabama?
     
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    I think a clown lost his job in Missouri and I kind remembering a disc jockey losing his job just naming 2 that lost there job for being disrespectful to a president. I really do not care who you voted for in last election, next election or if you do not vote, I really do not think it should be to hard to be respectful to any president whether you like them or not
     
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    The same way I would explain the difference between red and blue states. It’s not complicated. And it’s laughable to think that a large number of people in either venue had federalism in mind while booing or cheering Trump.
     
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    And yet they do instinctively.
     
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    this may be the funniest, yet most frightening post I’ve read here in a while. LOL.

    It’s always so black and white for Binary Brad.
     
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    There's no gray in the truth. It's black and white. Fact vs the fiction that you lap up on a daily basis.
     
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    so everyone who booed trump was essentially against America? LOL
     
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    I used to think our National anthem was the sound of freedom. Now people kneel and hate the man who wrote it.

    I used to think freedom of speech was the sound of freedom, now if you are conservative, you're not allowed to speak in public.

    I used to think the sound of freedom was political choice and open debate, now you are shouted at or physically assaulted if you support the wrong party.

    So today, I guess the sound of freedom is me thanking all the vets for supporting our freedom.
     
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    That or brainwashed by propaganda. Which excuse fits for you? Ignorant, stupid or just an evil prick?
     
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    And many people cheer for the President no matter which party he is with.
     
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    No. That is absolutely ridiculous. Trump isn’t America anymore than Obama was when he was President. And disagreeing with him or you doesn’t mean you are brainwashed, stupid or ignorant.

    If I am a contractor who was screwed over by Trump in NJ, a student who was unfortunate enough to enroll is his university or anyone else who has been harmed by his actions as President (a farmer, for example) I have every right to boo him and it has nothing to do with brainwashing or propaganda. It has to do with the real world consequences of Trump’s actions.
     
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    You just described 0.001% of the population at that baseball game. Any other bullshit observations you'd like to make that having nothing to do with the DC swamp hating Trump and Joe average Americans in Alabama loving him?
     
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    And there are literally millions of other reasons people may not like Trump. Is that really so hard to understand?
     
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    We seem to be on vastly different pages. I am proposing reasoning for the largest majority of fans booing or cheering the president and why we see vastly different results in DC vs Alabama. You on the other hand are proposing factors impacting a small percentage. I'd like to learn why you think there's a vast disparity between the outcomes in DC vs Alabama. Can you wrap your head around that?
     
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    We're on different pages because you are making sweeping generalizations about why someone would boo the President while I provide realistic, potential examples of why it would happen. Your only response to that was to say that my list wasn't exhaustive or cover, in your mind, the entire population of fans who attended the Nats game or the UFC fight in New York. Until you stop thinking of Trump as America and recognizing that thousands of people all likely have their own personal perspectives and reasons they would boo a President we will remain on different pages. The world isn't black and white. Their is nuance in nearly every story. And people who disagree with you or the President aren't necessarily ignorant or evil. They just have a different viewpoint and are freely expressing their opinion from their own perspective.
     
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    You are literally brain dead. You can't answer a simple question.

    The whole point is to explain the broad generality of why a crowd in DC would act one way and a crowd in Alabama would act the opposite way and you can't do it. LOL
     
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    Already addressed this above. See "red states vs. blue states" comment. Guess you missed it or didn't understand it.
     
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    Great so I've gone the extra distance of interpolating the predominant reasons why Alabama is red and DC is blue. Is that so hard to understand?
     
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    No you didn't. You made a sweeping generalization about large groups of people without providing anything in the way of proof to substantiate it.
     
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    Proof? It’s a theory and could be an interesting discussion if you didn’t have a stick up your ass. What’s your theory for why DC is blue anti trump and Alabama is red pro trump?

    You know what? Upon further review I just realized that I don’t really care about your opinion. I only value the opinions of those who are intelligent.
     
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    Nice backpedal. Don’t hurt yourself.
     
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    I backed the truck over your ass because you couldn’t answer a simple question.
     
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    You never answered the question moron. Why is bama red and dc blue? Cause dc is bought and paid fo by the fed govt.
     
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    And you never answered my initial question.
     
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    Bullshit
     

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