Lets examine this huff post thing a little closer. The first thing they present is the Kahn incident. Who cares, the man used his dead son to politically attack trump and trump commented on the fact that his wife was silent during the entire stench of it.
You can disagree with one and one point but given all these instances it is clear Trump is racist.
It is somewhat amazing that you would think that it is racist in some way to comment on how a party that claims to be about the rights of women and minorities puts a sharia Muslim who activly oppresses women on stage to make the case that Trump is racist when Trump points that out. Here, watch this and ask yourself why people are laughing. Then go find out more about how Muslims treat women. Hell, they just arrested a female British journalist in UAE for reporting herself being raped to the police. They say she admitted to participating in extramarital sex.
You can't just put all Muslim people into the same category because of some incidents with some Muslims. It's like saying all christians are racists because the KKK are christians.
More people than you realize think about saying it. In fact, I was at a bar just the other night and saw this absolutely gorgeous woman who was way above my league walk through and thought that if I could hit that, I would knock the bottom out of it so hard that she wouldn't ever forget my name. My friend who was right beside me said something to the same effect just before ordering another drink and resuming a game of pool.
:rolleyes: Yes yes you are the kind of guy that is just full of himself and thinks he is god gift to women. Believe me you are not as special as you think you are. And this also only shows that assholes tend to choose assholes as friends.
Wrong.. I don't know if you are trying to reinvent history yourself or if you are being a useful idiot but no one thought they were going to control Hitler. He pushed himself into power by using violence and threats. He actually told the nazis to put him in the party leadership or he was leaving the party, so they did. He used violence and cunning to being a plurality in the Reichstag which propelled him further. He ran against the Treaty of Versailles and was championed by the people for violating it. The people around him gave him power because they knew he would give them more power. And for those who lived, it was true until the end of WWII. But Hitler was never elected the president of Germany, he lost the only election for president he ran for to the incumbent president Paul von Hindenburg who then appointed Hitler as Chancellor- a position he eventually ended up turning into a supreme dictatorship leading to his reign of power and WWII.
Chancellor Papen thought he could control Hitler, he was wrong. But any way Hitler just assumed the office of Presidency, since he was the Chancellor, it comes out as the same thing. Hitler may have use violence and threats but he was voted in by the people.