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I wonder what Trump fanboys (especially hammertime)  think of this?

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Trump zindabaad.....indeed....

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On 2017-6-9 at 7:12 PM, dallysingh101 said:

 

 

Trump zindabaad.....indeed....

It's not like he can criticise go against these people in their own country.

On another note how much would he know about Sikhs/care about our rights in USA?

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9 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

It's not like he can criticise go against these people in their own country.

On another note how much would he know about Sikhs/care about our rights in USA?

My point was about apnay jumping onto bandwagons like clueless twits. 

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On 6/9/2017 at 2:12 PM, dallysingh101 said:

I wonder what Trump fanboys (especially hammertime)  think of this?

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Trump zindabaad.....indeed....

There are usually a few views people would see based on their ideologies and fanboy loyalty.

Conservatives,(except religious conservatives),: "Look at Trump, he is showing that he can actually work with people from all groups", (the same reason they dislike Obama used against them).

Liberals, (except SJW'S),: "What is Trump doing, did he lie to the American people?"

Now the exceptions are the religious and the SJW'S, which are a bit irrational on either side.

Religious Conservatives: "Why is hanging-out, with these devil worshippers, repent or else!"

SJW's: "Why is Trump not accepting his white guilt, and not bowing?"

So you get a few rational people and everyone else will be irrational.

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3 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

There are usually a few views people would see based on their ideologies and fanboy loyalty.

Conservatives,(except religious conservatives),: "Look at Trump, he is showing that he can actually work with people from all groups", (the same reason they dislike Obama used against them).

Liberals, (except SJW'S),: "What is Trump doing, did he lie to the American people?"

Now the exceptions are the religious and the SJW'S, which are a bit irrational on either side.

Religious Conservatives: "Why is hanging-out, with these devil worshippers, repent or else!"

SJW's: "Why is Trump not accepting his white guilt, and not bowing?"

So you get a few rational people and everyone else will be irrational.

You don't half talk a lot of 5hit mate. You want to wait 10 years (so you grow up more) and get out the house a lot more before you voice an opinion. 

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