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Discussion in 'The War Room' started by dfoster, May 16, 2018.
Haha this is the video I was talking about in my other post.
So you mean not white? Also the fuck is it with your perverted ass hanging outside of schools/bus stops you fucking creeper?
I drove three hours through Mississippi to get to NOLA for a show and made a bunch of stops and holy shit. That might be the weirdest place I've ever been. How far out are you from Atlanta? I'm booked at Laughing Skull next month.
I can't stop laughing.
I'm ok with this.
Seems illegal though...
10/10...stay back 1000 feet
I've been to Laughing Skull. I live about 20 miles Northwest of Atl.
We're making fun of Georgia, but Alabama and Mississippi are even worse. Go into a wal mart in either of those states and you will come out a changed man.
I'm stoked, Theo Von and Joe Rogan were talking about how it's one of their favorite clubs in the South. I'll be showcasing June 14th.
Speaking of Mississippi
I got stuck speaking in his accent a few weeks ago when I ate too many edibles with a bunch of Swedish people and then just berated them on their shitty food and told them to find some Mexican food pronto.
Did you see a trailer for Coco and have a stroke or something bro?
That's exactly how Trump distinguished himself from a field of 17 candidates: the rapist claim. People ended up voting for him for the sentiment it represents, not the literal meaning itself.
Calling them rapists didn't do so much to identify the illegals as to identify Trump himself: I'm an American, I'm with you, I feel this way. The same thing as him saying: I want to punch him in the face. Most supporters would not support the actual punching but the sentiment itself feels so good at the gut level. Calling for deporting illegals does the same thing: "I'm with you, I feel your pain"
Ya think? He's in an election. Obviously it's a publicity stunt.
ummm no, even Florida not that crai crai
As far as I know states are not in charge of deportation.
Good luck bro!!
Gotcha. You must have some sort of illegal immigrant spidey sense that the rest of us don't have.
It's good to note that after Georgia cracked down on their illegal workers a few years ago tens of millions of dollars worth of their crops rotted in their fields and even using slave labor from their prisons wasn't able to help.
Migrant farm workers are skilled workers than are necessary for many rural economies. We simply do not have an educated or conditioned farm workforce anymore, certainly not enough to support our modern corporate agriculture titans.
Even the height of the 2008/2009 crash farms had thousands of job openings and no one would work them, even when recommended by unemployment offices.
Yes, it appeals to the lowest common denominator. The sort of person who is going to look at an issue and be swayed by something as empty and, frankly, as stupid as a deportation bus is probably within the subset of voters who don't do much in the way of deep thinking. And yes it's an appeal to emotion, I'm not denying it. I'm simply pointing out that the person whose emotions would be swayed in such a fashion is a low information voter to start with.
Not really, everyone has emotions. Trump's voters are across the board.
They're not sending us their best.
If someone is dependent on a "deportation bus" to make up their mind on a candidate then they're the bottom of the voting barrel. I suspect you're confusing the issue of illegal immigration with the political stunt of the bus. People can choose a candidate based on their stance on illegal immigration - that's normal. But if the people are seriously being swayed by imagery of a bus then they're not the informed end of the electorate.
Telling me that it's an emotive appeal doesn't change that, all it does is explain the metric by which they are making their poorly informed choice. I already know it's the metric for their decision making - that's exactly why it deserves mockery.
We don't need their best.
We need their laborers.