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« on: February 21, 2017, 09:38:54 pm »

From rising star to career dumpster; CPAC canceled, book deal canceled, and now he resigned from Breitbart.

Sorry I don't have a link that isn't CNN.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/21/media/milo-yiannopoulos-downfall/index.html

All I can say is, if you are gay and a public figure, it's probably better to remove "13 year old boys" from your vocabulary entirely.

Edit: I can't wait for the responses to this, I'm just trying to figure out ahead of time, how this is Obama's fault.
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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2017, 11:14:06 pm »

How did he become so popular to begin with?
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« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2017, 11:33:51 pm »

Edit: I can't wait for the responses to this, I'm just trying to figure out ahead of time, how this is Obama's fault.

Give poor Obama a break will ya. *imitates YouTube fan* LEAVE OBAMA ALONE!!!

Speaking of which...the Clintons and the Bushs (Bushes?) are still active because in one form or the other they are political families.  Will the Obamas take a backseat and chill out from politics after their time in the White House?

Actually, what do former U.S Presidents do?

(PS. I do wonder what you'd prefer, having a pointless discussion - or speak about general politics without any partidist implication)
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« Reply #3 on: February 22, 2017, 12:07:07 am »

He was disgusting way, way before his pedophile-approval comments. And President Obama has absolutely nothing to do with this, but you're right, some on here are going to say this is his fault when in reality its President Agent Orange's fault. Agent Orange is a living breathing internet troll and Milo Youachildmolerster was simply following in his footsteps.
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« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2017, 12:13:31 am »

Women should be absolutely disgusted at the way conservatives treat them.  Conservatives are saying it's OK for a man to promote grabbing a woman's genitals but it is not OK to  promote grabbing a males genitals. They are a sick bunch of people.
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« Reply #5 on: February 22, 2017, 12:13:15 am »

How did he become so popular to begin with?

Uh, By saying things that were pretty far out there. I think his popularity spiked when he got banned off twitter. I personally never heard of him until I read that.

Speaking of which...the Clintons and the Bushs (Bushes?) are still active because in one form or the other they are political families.  Will the Obamas take a backseat and chill out from politics after their time in the White House?

Actually, what do former U.S Presidents do?

They generally become spokesmen for fellow politicians in their party. There's no rule that says they can't run for office, they just can't be president again. I'm not really sure why they would want to, it's like owning a restaurant and then becoming a waiter at another restaurant, it just kind of seems below you, especially in politics. So they end up as an advisor to the party type of role and do things like speeches. Sometimes they end up in leadership roles at large companies.

After being president or being involved in a presidential election, I would assume they would take a vacation, I'm sure it's extremely stressful. Romney was looking pretty bad there for awhile. He basically went into hiding and people kept finding him at random places like Costco, looking like he just woke up from a long session of binge drinking.
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« Reply #6 on: February 22, 2017, 12:56:56 am »

Who is he?
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« Reply #7 on: February 22, 2017, 01:28:56 am »

One thing that really cracked up was on Bill Maher when he said that he doesn't hie gay people because they are never on time because there is too much sex and drugs.  He just described pretty much every one of my friends.  There is some truth in what he says.

I didn't even think what he said about young boys was so terrible.  What I find despicable is how the right is treating him over it considering how they are perfectly ok with pussy grabbing.
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« Reply #8 on: February 22, 2017, 09:20:25 am »

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Edit: I can't wait for the responses to this, I'm just trying to figure out ahead of time, how this is Obama's fault.

See, I knew you weren't honest when you claimed to be a conservative in the other thread. 

I haven't heard anyone, even the most conspiracy theory minded, blame Obama for this.  Sounds like liberal paranoia.


Western morals aren't the morals of the world.   Not everywhere has the same high age of consent.  Usually though, girls tend to have the lowest age of consent compared to boys.

US soldiers got in trouble, under Obama, for complaining about the boy fucking pedo situation in Afghanistan.  Boys are for pleasure and women are for babies.
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« Reply #9 on: February 22, 2017, 05:45:09 pm »

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Edit: I can't wait for the responses to this, I'm just trying to figure out ahead of time, how this is Obama's fault.

See, I knew you weren't honest when you claimed to be a conservative in the other thread. 

I haven't heard anyone, even the most conspiracy theory minded, blame Obama for this.  Sounds like liberal paranoia.


Western morals aren't the morals of the world.   Not everywhere has the same high age of consent.  Usually though, girls tend to have the lowest age of consent compared to boys.

US soldiers got in trouble, under Obama, for complaining about the boy fucking pedo situation in Afghanistan.  Boys are for pleasure and women are for babies.

I Read this headline on DrudgeReport today : "Milo backlash latest fault line in conservative civil war..." And I didn't read it because it's a bullshit article. Who cares about that guys opinion?

You're sitting here telling me political alignment because you don't like what I have to say. Which is hysterical considering we have never met and I'm not impressed by your skills as an "Internet Psychic." You're wrong, not all conservatives support Trump or think that politics is about bashing liberals like you do. Actually, you make the majority of conservatives look bad when you do that.

That's what you're not getting here. Trump divided conservatives and it's pretty clear were not on the same side. It's very apparent that your version of conservatism is inconsistent with reality.

I'm not going to write another essay about my conservative values since it's obviously a waste of my time and I can't communicate with you.

Edit: To me, you're just a random person on the internet. You didn't believe me, I tried to explain, if you still don't believe me, whatever dude, I don't really care. Especially since I'm fairly confident that you don't actually get off your ass and do anything to contribute to the politics in this country besides rant online. Which, uh, that doesn't do anything ... And the reason I'm so confident, is because you would have met Marco Rubio / Paul Ryan supporters like myself sooner or later and realized "Wow, the Republican party is made up of different factions, not every single conservative is going to agree with me on every single issue."

So you know, I'm still upset by how the primary went and I am not happy with the current administration. That doesn't mean I'm a liberal dude ...

I just about threw my laptop out the window when Trump made his comments about Mccain...

The fact that I agree with liberals that our president is a fucking idiot, does not make me one...
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« Reply #10 on: February 22, 2017, 06:38:41 pm »

Who is he?

also my question, but I'm to lazy & don't even care enough to Google Smiley
Besides, it's more fun to have someone here answer it Cheesy
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« Reply #11 on: February 22, 2017, 07:31:12 pm »

Who is he?

also my question, but I'm to lazy & don't even care enough to Google Smiley
Besides, it's more fun to have someone here answer it Cheesy

He's a gay man from the UK who likes black men (and is quite vocal about it) who is one the main figures in the alt right movement, which consists of "pro white" minded people, not limited to but including, the KKK, Nazi's, and other far right thinkers.

He was a writer for Steve Bannon's website Breitbart, which is a great place to visit if you like your "News" with a mix of conspiracies, bullshit, and opinions that only exists because click bait. Here's an example:

"George Will: Conservatives Will Turn on Trump By Mid-Summer"

Already happening George.

Or

"Retired Women’s Basketball Star Says WNBA Oppresses Heterosexual Players"

If you've been on the internet for more than a few weeks you should already know not to click it. Don't do it...

Milo himself wrote or spoke (granted extremely well written) some extremely off-center and borderline insane pieces such as:

"Cyberbullying Isn’t Real"
"Master Baiters: The Leftists Keeping America’s Race War Alive"
"Silicon Valley’s Startup Culture Explains Why Mass Muslim Immigration Must Stop"
"The Left’s Bloody War on Women: Sending Chicks into Combat Betrays Men, Women and Civilization"
"Why Equality And Diversity Departments Should Only Hire Rich, Straight White Men"

I would also like to add that supposedly Breitbart is a "News Organization" and that those would be opinion pieces and not news.

So it's basically something like what you would imagine; if the National Inquirer was pretending to be Fox News, but it's main focus was liberal bashing instead of UFOs, ghosts, or whatever other bullshit they print.

I personally read it once in awhile because I think it's funny, but I'm perfectly aware that it's infotainment and not actually a news website.

DrudgeReport is also pretty bad with this bullshit as well: "Mini horse eating from highchair sparks outrage..." Oh boy, let me click right on that ...
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« Reply #12 on: February 22, 2017, 08:09:45 pm »

From rising star to career dumpster; CPAC canceled, book deal canceled, and now he resigned from Breitbart.

Sorry I don't have a link that isn't CNN.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/21/media/milo-yiannopoulos-downfall/index.html

All I can say is, if you are gay and a public figure, it's probably better to remove "13 year old boys" from your vocabulary entirely.

Edit: I can't wait for the responses to this, I'm just trying to figure out ahead of time, how this is Obama's fault.

I don't know why people were so outraged about what he'd say.
Let the guy speak and he'll ruin himself, him talking about 13-year-old boys or other nonsense was bound to happen!!
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« Reply #13 on: February 26, 2017, 09:49:15 pm »


That's what you're not getting here. Trump divided conservatives and it's pretty clear were not on the same side. It's very apparent that your version of conservatism is inconsistent with reality.


Trump was a huge hit at CPAC, and the straw poll showed that he's got huge support on the right.

The poll found that 86 percent of those polled approve of the job Trump is doing as president.

And to the question of "President Trump is realigning the Conservative Movement," 80 percent agreed, while only 15 percent disagreed.

So "conservatives" aren't nearly as divided as you may think.
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« Reply #14 on: February 26, 2017, 11:17:26 pm »

Trump was a huge hit at CPAC, and the straw poll showed that he's got huge support on the right.

The poll found that 86 percent of those polled approve of the job Trump is doing as president.

And to the question of "President Trump is realigning the Conservative Movement," 80 percent agreed, while only 15 percent disagreed.

So "conservatives" aren't nearly as divided as you may think.

If there's one thing that this previous election definitely proved, is that polls are bullshit.

Something curious happens though if you do this: Trump got 45.9 of the popular vote, 86 percent of the Republicans polled at CPAC approve of the job he is doing, (.459 * .86) * 100 = 39.474% Net approval rating, which is right about where he sits in the Gallup polls (actually those polls have him higher.) Look, I just manipulated numbers to make him look less popular then he's polling. I wouldn't recommend playing the numbers game if you desire intelligent discussion. The big take away here is that: the majority of Americans disapprove. That's still 7 out of 50 Republicans who don't approve. Generally speaking, a newly elected president has the approval from the majority. You're trying to marginalize his lack of popularity because he still has strong support with his base. I'm not surprised at this point. I'm sure Nazi's still support Hitler, so this isn't the best point to argue.
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« Reply #15 on: February 27, 2017, 07:33:32 am »


If there's one thing that this previous election definitely proved, is that polls are bullshit.

Something curious happens though if you do this: Trump got 45.9 of the popular vote, 86 percent of the Republicans polled at CPAC approve of the job he is doing, (.459 * .86) * 100 = 39.474% Net approval rating, which is right about where he sits in the Gallup polls (actually those polls have him higher.) Look, I just manipulated numbers to make him look less popular then he's polling. I wouldn't recommend playing the numbers game if you desire intelligent discussion. The big take away here is that: the majority of Americans disapprove. That's still 7 out of 50 Republicans who don't approve. Generally speaking, a newly elected president has the approval from the majority. You're trying to marginalize his lack of popularity because he still has strong support with his base. I'm not surprised at this point. I'm sure Nazi's still support Hitler, so this isn't the best point to argue.

I wasn't making any point about Trump's popularity among ALL Americans. I was referring to the CPAC poll which most Americans would not have been aware of. The poll in no way indicates how ALL Americans feel about him, it just indicates how conservatives in America feel about him.

The narrative had been that Trump wasn't "conservative" enough to win the support of the extremists on the right. That narrative was obviously disproved by Trump's success at CPAC and the poll supports that.

As for his popularity among ALL Americans, that's really not relevant. The election was a culmination of the eight years of divisiveness that Obama reigned over. He oversaw the thorough destruction of the Democratic party, and now it's in such bad shape that the demonizing Trump is their ONLY strategy to get their foot back in the door of American politics.

The people that voted for Trump and that agree with the Republican party's ideology are quite happy with Trump's performance so far, as polling has shown. The silly notion that ALL Americans need to approve of his performance fails to recognize that his party controls the government.
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« Reply #16 on: February 27, 2017, 02:38:22 pm »

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Edit: I can't wait for the responses to this, I'm just trying to figure out ahead of time, how this is Obama's fault.

See, I knew you weren't honest when you claimed to be a conservative in the other thread. 

I haven't heard anyone, even the most conspiracy theory minded, blame Obama for this.  Sounds like liberal paranoia.


Western morals aren't the morals of the world.   Not everywhere has the same high age of consent.  Usually though, girls tend to have the lowest age of consent compared to boys.

US soldiers got in trouble, under Obama, for complaining about the boy fucking pedo situation in Afghanistan.  Boys are for pleasure and women are for babies.

I wonder if you would say the same about Mohammed.
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« Reply #17 on: February 27, 2017, 05:16:08 pm »

I wasn't making any point about Trump's popularity among ALL Americans. I was referring to the CPAC poll which most Americans would not have been aware of. The poll in no way indicates how ALL Americans feel about him, it just indicates how conservatives in America feel about him.

No, it doesn't. It indicates how attendees of CPAC feel about him.

The narrative had been that Trump wasn't "conservative" enough to win the support of the extremists on the right. That narrative was obviously disproved by Trump's success at CPAC and the poll supports that.

That poll, proves jack shit.

As for his popularity among ALL Americans, that's really not relevant. The election was a culmination of the eight years of divisiveness that Obama reigned over. He oversaw the thorough destruction of the Democratic party, and now it's in such bad shape that the demonizing Trump is their ONLY strategy to get their foot back in the door of American politics.

You're new to politics aren't you man? Be honest ... In America only about half the eligible voters actually vote, but it's not the exact same people each election. Some people become disenfranchised and stop voting, while others, who didn't previously vote, engage. People don't actually switch sides, excluding moderate voters who don't have a party affiliation. Suggesting that his popularity among all Americans, is irrelevant, is quite possible the stupidest thing I've ever heard. Yeah, he beat the democrats, great, and when enough Republicans get sick of him, he'll destroy that party as well. While he simultaneously infuriates 55%+ of America.

Donald doesn't seem to understand that his words and his actions (or more importantly, in-actions) have consequences and in about 2 years, I'm wondering who I'll be supporting, because it's completely obvious to me, that I was lied to. Elected officials don't have life time positions, the rest of the Republicans understand this, but I don't think Donald does, or understands the relationship between his approval rating, and other officials in the party. This creates a situation where the Republican controlled congress can't make controversial decisions, since they risk going down with the captain as the ship sinks. So, ACA repeal = lies, they can't touch it with out committing political suicide.

The people that voted for Trump and that agree with the Republican party's ideology are quite happy with Trump's performance so far, as polling has shown. The silly notion that ALL Americans need to approve of his performance fails to recognize that his party controls the government.

Excluding 7 out of 50 Republicans, who aren't happy with it.
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« Reply #18 on: February 27, 2017, 06:49:24 pm »

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I Read this headline on DrudgeReport today : "Milo backlash latest fault line in conservative civil war..." And I didn't read it because it's a bullshit article. Who cares about that guys opinion?

You're sitting here telling me political alignment because you don't like what I have to say. Which is hysterical considering we have never met and I'm not impressed by your skills as an "Internet Psychic." You're wrong, not all conservatives support Trump or think that politics is about bashing liberals like you do. Actually, you make the majority of conservatives look bad when you do that.

That's what you're not getting here. Trump divided conservatives and it's pretty clear were not on the same side. It's very apparent that your version of conservatism is inconsistent with reality.

I'm not going to write another essay about my conservative values since it's obviously a waste of my time and I can't communicate with you.

Edit: To me, you're just a random person on the internet. You didn't believe me, I tried to explain, if you still don't believe me, whatever dude, I don't really care. Especially since I'm fairly confident that you don't actually get off your ass and do anything to contribute to the politics in this country besides rant online. Which, uh, that doesn't do anything ... And the reason I'm so confident, is because you would have met Marco Rubio / Paul Ryan supporters like myself sooner or later and realized "Wow, the Republican party is made up of different factions, not every single conservative is going to agree with me on every single issue."

So you know, I'm still upset by how the primary went and I am not happy with the current administration. That doesn't mean I'm a liberal dude ...

I just about threw my laptop out the window when Trump made his comments about Mccain...

The fact that I agree with liberals that our president is a fucking idiot, does not make me one...

I say you are a liberal because, despite your claims, pretty much everything you say is quite liberal.   

Just because I hate SJs, feminists, BLM, Antifa, etc, etc, etc doesn't make me a conservative, either, but I keep getting labeled as one. 



I'm on my local council, so yeah, I do nothing about politics.    Blinking 
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« Reply #19 on: February 27, 2017, 07:51:22 pm »

I say you are a liberal because, despite your claims, pretty much everything you say is quite liberal.   

This is a political discussion board, I'm picking topics that are controversial to discuss that I believe are relevant to this site.

Recently, Trump announced that he wants the a shift in discretionary spending to strengthen the military. Which I support, but as always, he delivered the announcement in an overly dramatic manner and his explanations of where the money would actually come from were a ball of jumbled ideas. This to me isn't controversial. I think the majority of Americans support a strong military. The reality is, everything is give and take, so what programs are going to get slashed to pay for it? Which, could be controversial, but all he did was speak, nobody has any idea what the actual budget would look like. Also, wasn't he suppose to build a wall? Doesn't that plan kind of tie his hands behind his back?

Or, do you expect me as an informed person to participate or encourage discussions about how illegal aliens are voting in the elections?

We might as well have a conversation about how the liberals are busing in space aliens to not win elections ...

Or lets argue about Caitlyn Jenner had to say; maybe what she said was controversial, but she isn't a politician, so that's not a political discussion.

Edit: Also, his explanation of why America needs to spend more on the military was complete and utter nonsense. (So we spent 6 trillion in the middle east, so lets spend another trillion? Illogical at best.) And his suggestion that we "don't win wars anymore" was borderline scary. So what's the solution? The US needs to start winning wars? Wouldn't the US have to start a war to win one? Or was this yet another admission to the upcoming war in Syria? I'm certainly not pro-ISIL, but there has to be a solution that is safer for the American military and costs less than a ground invasion.
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