Is Montana turning into the Alabama of the North?

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Re: Is Montana turning into the Alabama of the North?

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That is really f'd up.

That is what nationalism is - as opposed to Patriotism.
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That's awful. What a POS.
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Meanwhile, in the NFL, if you're a receiver for the Chiefs (named Tyreek Hill), you can abuse your son, break his arm, receive no discipline, and miss no time.

At least Captain America was arrested in Montana for his overzealous hat removal enforcement.
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dbackjon wrote:That is really f'd up.

That is what nationalism is - as opposed to Patriotism.
Agreed. And that's why he's in jail.
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The boy had to be airlifted to a hospital out of state.
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The boy had to be airlifted to a hospital out of state.
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CAA Flagship wrote:
The boy had to be airlifted to a hospital out of state.
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Kid should have took his hat off

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I've thought this "patriotism" thing has been out of hand for a long time. A long time before the Trump phenomenon. Stuff like worshipping a piece of cloth (the flag). It's like idol worship.

I'm very pleased to have been born in the United States. Very fortunate in that regard. I am loyal to the United States. But the ritual crap is ridiculous. And ritual is what it is.
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ALPHAGRIZ1 wrote:Kid should have took his hat off

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Be respectful or bad things happen. Someday you might learn that

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dbackjon wrote:That is really f'd up.

That is what nationalism is - as opposed to Patriotism.
What is your definition of Patriotism Jon?
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ALPHAGRIZ1 wrote:Be respectful or bad things happen. Someday you might learn that

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How is removing your hat respectful to the special song?

Do people fight for our country so that we are not allowed to have free speech?
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SeattleGriz wrote:
dbackjon wrote:That is really f'd up.

That is what nationalism is - as opposed to Patriotism.
What is your definition of Patriotism Jon?
This is more along the lines of fascism.
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Vidav wrote:
SeattleGriz wrote:What is your definition of Patriotism Jon?
This is more along the lines of fascism.
Thank you, but I didn't ask that.

I asked for Jon's definition of Patriotism.
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ALPHAGRIZ1 wrote:Be respectful or bad things happen. Someday you might learn that

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How is removing your hat respectful to the special song?

Do people fight for our country so that we are not allowed to have free speech?
The left doesnt give a fuck about free speech you racist!

You are a delusional CNN programmed robot

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SeattleGriz wrote:
dbackjon wrote:That is really f'd up.

That is what nationalism is - as opposed to Patriotism.
What is your definition of Patriotism Jon?
This definition is a good start:
“The difference between patriotism and nationalism is that the patriot is proud of his country for what it does , and the nationalist is proud of his country no matter what it does ; the first attitude creates a feeling of responsibility while the second a feeling of blind arrogance"

Patriotism is loving your country but also recognizing that the rights in the Constitution doesn't mean everyone else has to think exactly like you do. Nationalism is a blind devotion to the symbols without understanding the meaning, and not tolerating those who look at the symbols differently
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dbackjon wrote:
SeattleGriz wrote:What is your definition of Patriotism Jon?
This definition is a good start:
“The difference between patriotism and nationalism is that the patriot is proud of his country for what it does , and the nationalist is proud of his country no matter what it does ; the first attitude creates a feeling of responsibility while the second a feeling of blind arrogance"

Patriotism is loving your country but also recognizing that the rights in the Constitution doesn't mean everyone else has to think exactly like you do. Nationalism is a blind devotion to the symbols without understanding the meaning, and not tolerating those who look at the symbols differently
Oh FFS. Where did that come from?

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dbackjon wrote:Patriotism is loving your country but also recognizing that the rights in the Constitution doesn't mean everyone else has to think exactly like you do.
That's rich coming from you.
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An attorney for a man accused of slamming a 13-year-old to the ground and fracturing his skull after he didn't remove his hat during the national anthem at a recent fair is invoking President Trump's rhetoric to defend him: "His commander in chief is telling people that if they kneel, they should be fired, or if they burn a flag, they should be punished. He certainly didn't understand it was a crime."

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89Hen wrote:
dbackjon wrote:Patriotism is loving your country but also recognizing that the rights in the Constitution doesn't mean everyone else has to think exactly like you do.
That's rich coming from you.

I figured one of you clowns would parse and misinterpret that.
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dbackjon wrote:
SeattleGriz wrote:What is your definition of Patriotism Jon?
This definition is a good start:
“The difference between patriotism and nationalism is that the patriot is proud of his country for what it does , and the nationalist is proud of his country no matter what it does ; the first attitude creates a feeling of responsibility while the second a feeling of blind arrogance"

Patriotism is loving your country but also recognizing that the rights in the Constitution doesn't mean everyone else has to think exactly like you do. Nationalism is a blind devotion to the symbols without understanding the meaning, and not tolerating those who look at the symbols differently
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CAA Flagship wrote:
dbackjon wrote:
This definition is a good start:
“The difference between patriotism and nationalism is that the patriot is proud of his country for what it does , and the nationalist is proud of his country no matter what it does ; the first attitude creates a feeling of responsibility while the second a feeling of blind arrogance"

Patriotism is loving your country but also recognizing that the rights in the Constitution doesn't mean everyone else has to think exactly like you do. Nationalism is a blind devotion to the symbols without understanding the meaning, and not tolerating those who look at the symbols differently
Oh FFS. Where did that come from?
Copied and pasted from some left wing Twitter accounts.........

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dbackjon wrote:
89Hen wrote: That's rich coming from you.

I figured one of you clowns would parse and misinterpret that.
How did you intend for that to read? Neither side is very tolerant of the other side's views, but the left has made it an artform.
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dbackjon wrote:
89Hen wrote: That's rich coming from you.
I figured one of you clowns would parse and misinterpret that.
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