You mean by using things Biden actually said? That’s some interesting “logic.”
A brief history of the Democratic party.
Wow. Name calling and cursing—the refuge of the truly intellectually bankrupt. And I guess you’re right, America is inherently racist. I mean, a non-racist country would have fought a Civil War to end slavery; it would have amended its Constitution to end involuntary servitude; it would have passed voter rights acts and civil rights legislation; it would have sent federal troops to enforce desegregation in schools; and it would have elected a black President.
Wait a minute! We did all of that!
Your comments themselves are racist, as they are based soley on race, and don’t take into account that racism is rooted in the actions of individuals, not ethnic groups in their entirety.
Despite your last sentence, your comment shows an utter lack of understanding about language. Anyone can be racist, regardless of ethinicity or race. That’s why the root word of racism is “race.” It’s not called whitism or blackism or hispanicism. It’s racism.
Also, we are all have prejudice. Again, breaking down the word, it stems from “pre,” meaning before, and “judge.” In other words, it means to judge before hand.
Already been tried to some extent in NYC.
Thanks! It’s nice to see someone elso on these hate-filled comment sections who gets it!
Anyone who would trample on the memory of dead service men and women simply to reinforce their political biases needs to take stock of themselves. Memorial Day should be a day where we put our political differences on hold and honor those who died so we could have the freedom to bicker over politics. It’s not too much to ask to cease fire (pun intended) for 24 hours and reflect on those who gave the last full measure of devotion. All of the issues you cite will still be available for argument the following day.
I’m not saying your points aren’t valid. I am saying Memorial Day should not be used as a tool to further a political agenda. Doing so cheapens the memory (again, pun inteaded) of the fallen.
Ummmm…but the skeletons don’t have any lungs; therefore, they can’t breathe and spread the virus.
Your comment to which I replied: “No, but it is the government’s right to restrict large gatherings in response to a communicable disease.”
First, if governments have any “rights,” they derive from consent of the governed, not from a virus.Second, if the government has a “right” to restrict Constitutional freedoms for a communicable disease, for what else does the government have a “right” to suspend them?Third, I want you to remember your statement if you’re ever prevented from exercising a Constitutional right the next time someone gets the sniffles, because the common cold is also a communicable disease.You should be very concerned anytime the government takes it upon itself to restrict any freedom, because once government seizes a power, it very rarely gives it back willingly.