I pointed out that Trump treated Obama like Hillary treated Obama.
1) I agree that you pointed that out, but comparing the birther movement to Hillary's 2012 primary campaign is just a strange argument that I cannot agree with. Birtherism is racism
2) Hillary is out of the picture now and using the "Hillary is worse" argument is meaningless. I am treating just Trump as he as treated others. . .
you are utterly intolerant of anybody who doesn't toe the progressive party line.
Where have I posted this? You seem to be lumping me into some kind of group because I am treating Trump the way he has treated others. Me being intolerant of Trump is not being a bigot, and your misuse of that word dilutes its meaning for all the REAL bigots out there.
See "bigot" above. You have no idea how much time I have invested in finding out about this or past elections.
Again, you are misusing the word "bigot". Saying you seem lacking knowledge of Trump does not make me a "bigot" in any sense of the word. I am not saying you did not spend a lot of time on this, just that saying you are against Hillary because of her stance on gays indicates your time spent was not very productive. You don't have to feel bad, though. This is the place to make mistakes. I have no idea who you are and when you talk to people in public who do know who you are you will not embarrass yourself now. . .
Clinton's support is rooted in her advocacy of economic redistribution in areas like healthcare, education, welfare, etc.; that is, people support her because they expect monetary benefits and expect others to be taxed to pay for them
All politicians redistribute wealth (yes, even Trump) and if you are against redistribution of wealth then you should go to North Korea. The biggest "redistributer" of wealth is capitalism, which requires a specialized government to support it.
You may not have voted for Trump but you certainly act like him.
See "bigot" above.
Again, I think it is time to expand your vocabulary. "Bigot" does not mean "someone who says things that I do not like." You are the one who started name calling and personal attacks because you could not logically defend your beliefs and the resemblance to how Trump acts is striking. No amount of name calling will change that. But this is a safe place to do that. It is also a safe place to admit that you jumped to conclusions and started name calling, and you are not really that type of person.
She will throw gays and lesbians under the bus if it advances her political interests, like she has always done.
Trump is going to appoint justices that will overturn gay marriage. Maybe that was not enough to vote against him for you, but saying you did not vote for Hillary because you support gay marriage is just completely wrong and not something you want to say to people who actually know you. You need to know at least that much about this topic. . .
Trump is president because of people like you, people who made the Democratic party such a bigoted and corrupt place that even gay immigrants like me left in disgust. Democrats won't come back until they kick people like you out.
Again, with the personal attacks. . . of someone you know so little about. How am I bigoted and corrupt? Where did my posts reveal that? Perhaps English is your second language? In which case. . . you are pretty awesome at English. However, "bigot" does not mean what your post implies you think it does. If you knew Japanese, I might be able to continue this discussion in a different language. . . but that seems statistically improbable. . .
Anyway, if I heard that a gay immigrant man was debating about Trump with a straight white man, I would expect it to go the other way around. That is how crazily diverse America is. I want to continue to live in a country where we celebrate our diversity and open ourselves to the rest world. Trump sold himself as the anti-thesis to that. He also set a standard for how we should judge our current president, and I absolutely intend to hold him to the exact same standard.
At this point, I am not sure you can understand it, but my attacks on Trump are in defense of people like yourself. It is ironic that you find that cause to attack me, but it is not going to change my stance. You see, I have also lived as an immigrant, and I know delusional xenophobia when I see it. Except, this time, I am part of the "demographic in power," and I fully intend to use that position of privilege to fight this dark shadow that has taken hold of my homeland. I wish you the best, but to be honest, I would not want to be a gay immigrant man in Trump's America. . .