Elizabeth Warren – The Gift Which Keeps On Giving

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  1. Gator says:

    war·ren ˈwôrən,ˈwärən/noun
    a network of interconnecting rabbit burrows

  2. Anon says:

    So if you are 99.2% Caucasian can you still check the box for Native American?

    • Phil. says:

      In the southern states it was legally required in the early 20th century, it was known as ‘the one drop rule’. For example in Virginia in 1924 a Racial Integrity Act was passed which defined a ‘colored person’ as someone who had any Native American or African ancestry.

      • Gator says:

        Looking to get back to those days again Phil?

      • arn says:

        Why is BS from 100 years ago all of a sudden an arguement.

        If you follow that one-drop rule you won’t find outside some few isolated tribes in amazonas and africa that are “pure”.
        You won’t find them in Europe nor in the caucasus
        as Europeans had been constantly attacked killed and raped by asian nomads(be it turks,mongols,hunns,tartars
        golden hordes etc)by persians or by arabs who were responsible for the dark ages of europe and who enslaved and raped people along the coastline during tue barbary coast era.
        Or as my muslim uncle once said:”You know why there are more brown serbs than brown bosniacs in jugoslawia-
        when the turks invaded us we converted instantly to islam
        and they left our women alone and we mixed from time to time,but the serbian women had been raped all the time”.

        This woman is as indian as 100ppm co2 can change climate.
        She neither has an indian look(and i guess neither the size) and blonde hair is very rare
        among mixed asians as their black hair genes are far more dominant

        • Phil. says:

          Why is BS from 100 years ago all of a sudden an arguement.

          It’s not, I was just pointing out that the idea that Anon was ridiculing had in fact been the ‘law of the land’ in a large part of the US. The last state to repeal such a law was Louisiana in 1983, in 1980 a woman there was denied the request to have her birth certificate designated ‘white’ because she had a single black ancestor 4 generations before.
          A longstanding constitutional dispute about what constituted a ‘Cherokee’ was only resolved in 2017. This effectively overruled the requirement that to be a member of the tribe one had to have an ancestor listed on the ‘Cherokee by Blood’ section of the Dawes Rolls.
          The US has a history of applying ‘one drop’ rules when politically expedient.

          • Gator says:

            Actually it was the Democrats, and not Americans, who did this.

            Dr. Walter Plecker served as the first registrar of Virginia’s Bureau of Vital Statistics, which was created in 1912. In the most egregious example of racial stereotyping, he sought to define “pure” whites based on the theory of eugenics. By his standards, codified by the General Assembly in the 1924 Racial Integrity Act, any black ancestor – no matter how many generations ago – would disqualify someone from being white. One drop of Negro blood would cause a person to be categorized as black.

            Dr. Plecker sought to categorize many of the Indians in Virginia as black in order to stop light-skinned people with black ancestry from passing as white people and thus avoiding the Jim Crow discrimination laws. However, he was unable to use the equivalent of “one drop” of Native American blood categorize someone automatically as Indian.

            Leftists (Democrats, Nazis, and Progressives) created and pushed the eugenics movement that supported the One Drop Rule.

            Virginia had Democrat governors from 1878 until 1974, and it was the Democrats who refused to give blacks the vote. Not one Democrat voted to pass the 15th amendment to the US Constitution.

            You may not have heard about this Phil, but we fought a very bloody civil war over this issue, and it was a Republican president who was the Commander in Chief who crushed the slave holding Democrat states.

          • Phil. says:

            Actually it was white americans who did it.

          • Gator says:

            Actually it was Democrats.

            Based upon eugenics pushed by Nazis, Progressives, and Democrats.

            Reading comprehensions issues again Phil? LOL

          • Phil. says:

            TOM Gator said:
            Actually it was Democrats.

            Based upon eugenics pushed by Nazis, Progressives, and Democrats.

            Reading comprehensions issues again Phil? LOL

            No, but you clearly need a history lesson.
            It was southern, white, americans.
            Regarding the 15th Amendment it was rendered useless by the confederate state governments and a sympathetic Supreme Court. It wasn’t until the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that its provisions began to be enforced in the South. That Bill was proposed by President. Kennedy (Dem.) but was blocked in the Senate. After Kennedy’s assassination Pres. Johnson took it on but was blocked by a segregationist committee chairman. A NY Democrat managed to overturn that via a discharge petition. The ‘Southern Bloc’ filibuster was overcome by the Democrat whip and a vote of 71-29. The votes on the Act were as follows:
            House:
            Confederate states: Dems 7-87, Repubs 0-10
            Non confederate: Dems 145-9, Repubs 138-24

            Senate:
            Confederate states: Dems 1-20, Repubs 0-1
            Non confederate: Dems 45-1, Repubs 27-5

            Clearly it was a regional issue not a party issue.

            After overwhelming wins in the 64 elections the Democrats were able to pass the Voting Rights Act to further enforce the 15th amendment, only senators representing southern states voted against it.

          • Gator says:

            Nice hand modeling Phil.

            The vote in the House was 144 to 44, with 35 not voting. The House vote was almost entirely along party lines, with no Democrats supporting the bill and only 3 Republicans voting against it

            https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifteenth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution

            Poor Phil! LOL

          • Phil. says:

            TOM Gator
            I notice that in the quote you gave from Wikipedia you left of the end of the sentence!
            Here’s the bit you left off:
            “some because they thought the amendment did not go far enough in its protections”.

            Also apparently you didn’t understand that the 15th Amendment was useless because there was no means to enforce it. The Jim Crow laws were passed while it was in effect! Have you heard the phrase ‘grandfather clause’, it was one of the ways used to get around the 15th amendment. They instituted literacy tests for voters but you didn’t have to take them if your grandfather had voted. Which of course meant that white voters didn’t have to take the test.
            The 15th amendment was passed in 1870, it wasn’t effectively enforced until the Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act in the mid 1960s by the Democrats. Of course it’s now the Republicans who’re trying to undermine the Voting Rights Act.

          • Gator says:

            Phil almost got it! He finally discovered that the 15th Amendment was passed in 1870 and not 1964. Now let’s see if he can do the math this time…

            The vote in the House was 144 to 44, with 35 not voting. The House vote was almost entirely along party lines, with no Democrats supporting the bill and only 3 Republicans voting against it

            Come on Phil! Grab a calculator and call a friend! LOL

          • Gator says:

            Now Phil, if you want to discuss 1965, we can, but that was not the subject we were supposed to be debating. Goalpost move much? LOL

            80% of Republicans in the House and Senate voted for the bill. Less than 70% of Democrats did. Indeed, Minority Leader Republican Everett Dirksen led the fight to end the filibuster. Meanwhile, Democrats such as Richard Russell of Georgia and Strom Thurmond of South Carolina tried as hard as they could to sustain a filibuster.

            Now go and lie no more!

          • Phil. says:

            TOM Gator
            Now Phil, if you want to discuss 1965, we can, but that was not the subject we were supposed to be debating. Goalpost move much? LOL

            Yes, you did move the goalpost. Anon raised the subject of ‘one drop’ which I responded to. You for some reason wanted to change the subject to party political issues. However you realized that you can’t win that one either so you revert to fact free insults.

          • Gator says:

            No Phil, I simply pointed out that the One Drop Rule was started by Democrats, who sided with Nazis and Progressives on eugenics. This was a direct response to the subject of the One Drop Rule, and then you decided to make idiotic and unsupportable statements which I destroyed with facts.

            Poo Phil! LOL

          • Phil. says:

            Meanwhile, Democrats such as Richard Russell of Georgia and Strom Thurmond of South Carolina tried as hard as they could to sustain a filibuster.

            The Strom Thurmond who was the longest serving Republican member of the US Senate? He did start out as a Democrat (used to be termed Dixiecrat) but switched parties in 1964 because he opposed the CR Act and supported Barry Goldwater in his run for President. Interestingly he didn’t practice what he preached since he fathered a daughter with a 15 year old black maid!

            it was a Republican president who was the Commander in Chief who crushed the slave holding Democrat states.
            Most of the representatives in the Confederacy were former Southern Democrats (different party) or Whigs. After the Civil war it was virtually impossible to elect someone in the former Confederacy who ran as a Republican since the Republican party was specifically formed to end slavery.

          • Gator says:

            Quit being a denier Phil.

            Fact: Strom was a Democrat when he fought giving voting rights to blacks

            Then-Democratic Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, an ardent segregationist, sustained the longest one-person filibuster in history in an attempt to keep the bill from becoming law.[6] His one-man filibuster lasted 24 hours and 18 minutes; he began with readings of every US state’s election laws in alphabetical order. He later read from the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and George Washington’s Farewell Address.

            Meanwhile, Democrats such as Richard Russell of Georgia and Strom Thurmond of South Carolina tried as hard as they could to sustain a filibuster.

            Fact: The Democrat party is the same Democrat party before and after 1964.

            The Democratic Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Republican Party. Tracing its heritage back to Thomas Jefferson and James Madison’s Democratic-Republican Party, the modern-day Democratic Party was founded around 1828 by supporters of Andrew Jackson, making it the world’s oldest active political party.

            You are entitled to your own opinions Phil. but you are not entitled to your own facts.

            You lost the argument.

            Get over it, or seek help.

          • Phil. says:

            Quit being a denier Phil.

            Fact: Strom was a Democrat when he fought giving voting rights to blacks

            When he started out yes but as I said he switched to Republican in 1964. The filibuster you referred to took place in 1957, not 64 or 65.

            Fact: The Democrat party is the same Democrat party before and after 1964.

            No it isn’t, prior to 1964 the Democratic party had a large wing of Southern conservative populists, post 1964 they largely shifted to the Republican party, particularly at the presidential level. In contrast the now enfranchised racial minorities largely supported the Democrats.
            As I have proved by the voting numbers the opposition to the CR Act and VR Act was largely on regional lines, not on party lines. For some reason you continue to make the fallacious party line argument.

          • Gator says:

            Holy shit! I have to repost the same comment, which you once again failed to acknowledge as fact…

            Quit being a denier Phil, seriously.

            Fact: Strom was a Democrat when he fought giving voting rights to blacks

            Then-Democratic Senator Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, an ardent segregationist, sustained the longest one-person filibuster in history in an attempt to keep the bill from becoming law.[6] His one-man filibuster lasted 24 hours and 18 minutes; he began with readings of every US state’s election laws in alphabetical order. He later read from the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and George Washington’s Farewell Address.

            Meanwhile, Democrats such as Richard Russell of Georgia and Strom Thurmond of South Carolina tried as hard as they could to sustain a filibuster.

            Fact: The Democrat party is the same Democrat party before and after 1964.

            The Democratic Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Republican Party. Tracing its heritage back to Thomas Jefferson and James Madison’s Democratic-Republican Party, the modern-day Democratic Party was founded around 1828 by supporters of Andrew Jackson, making it the world’s oldest active political party.

            You are entitled to your own opinions Phil. but you are not entitled to your own facts.

            You lost the argument.

            Get over it, or seek help.

            Just seek help Phil, you are sick.

        • Phil. says:

          She neither has an indian look(and i guess neither the size) and blonde hair is very rare
          among mixed asians as their black hair genes are far more dominant

          As we know from Donald Trump hair color can change.
          Here’s a young Elizabeth Warren:
          https://mk0elizabethwarh5ore.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/thumbnails-07.png

          • Gator says:

            Yep, still not a Native American. Still a fraud.

          • arn says:

            Hair color can change eyes color won’t.

            Blue eyes are from caucasian origin
            as the combination of blue eyes and blond hair((while blonde hair is not exclusiv(though mostly an adjustment to temperatures as all those white haired animals there may indicate),but can be found at the solomon islands-but a completely different gene is here at work.

          • Phil. says:

            So where did the Mandan indians get their blue eyes from?

          • Gator says:

            What blue eyed Mandans? You mean the stories about alleged blue eyed Mandans?

            Q: I heard that there was a tribe called the “blue-eyed Indians” because Norse or Celtic explorers intermarried with them. Is that true?
            A: No. There is no tribe of Indians that is predominantly blue-eyed. In fact, blue eyes, like blond hair, is genetically recessive, so if a full-blood Indian and a blue-eyed Caucasian person had a baby, it would be genetically impossible for that baby to have blue eyes. Blue eyes only occur in people who have blue-eyed Caucasian relatives on both sides of their family tree, and even then only some of the time. There are tribes who have had plenty of blue-eyed individuals after colonization, such as the Lumbees and the Cherokees, because those tribes lived in close contact with a Caucasian community as large as their own and intermarried with them frequently. Before colonization, not a chance. A few Norse or Celtic explorers couldn’t have left behind blue-eyed Indian babies any more than a few Caucasians exploring Africa could have left behind a race of blond-haired black people.

            http://www.native-languages.org/iaq10.htm

          • Phil. says:

            What blue eyed Mandans? You mean the stories about alleged blue eyed Mandans?

            No I mean the blue eyed Mandans.

            The tribe that lived in North Dakota which early explorers noted had members with fair hair and blue/grey eyes. This was why various stories about the possibility of their being descended from Welsh or Vikings arose. One of the first to follow up on this was John Evans in 1796 who reported back that there was no evidence that the Mandan language descended from Welsh.
            Caitlin also visited them in 1832 and painted and drew them and reported: “So forcibly have I been struck with the peculiar ease and elegance of these people, together with their diversity of complexions, the various colours of their hair and eyes; the singularity of their language, and their peculiar and unaccountable customs, that I am fully convinced that they have sprung from some other origin than that of the other North American Tribes”.
            As far as genetic information is concerned there is a group of N American indians who carry haplotype X which has an origin in Europe rather than the other four haplotypes which have origins in N Asia. It’s possible that the Mandans belonged to that group, but since they were wiped out by smallpox it’s not possible to check it.

          • Gator says:

            Phil says, even after allegedly reading my post…
            This was why various stories about the possibility of their being descended from Welsh or Vikings arose.

            So let’s try gain, maybe Phil will take his meds, and phone a friend for assistance comprehending a simple post.

            Q: I heard that there was a tribe called the “blue-eyed Indians” because Norse or Celtic explorers intermarried with them. Is that true?
            A: No. There is no tribe of Indians that is predominantly blue-eyed. In fact, blue eyes, like blond hair, is genetically recessive, so if a full-blood Indian and a blue-eyed Caucasian person had a baby, it would be genetically impossible for that baby to have blue eyes. Blue eyes only occur in people who have blue-eyed Caucasian relatives on both sides of their family tree, and even then only some of the time. There are tribes who have had plenty of blue-eyed individuals after colonization, such as the Lumbees and the Cherokees, because those tribes lived in close contact with a Caucasian community as large as their own and intermarried with them frequently. Before colonization, not a chance. A few Norse or Celtic explorers couldn’t have left behind blue-eyed Indian babies any more than a few Caucasians exploring Africa could have left behind a race of blond-haired black people.

            http://www.native-languages.org/iaq10.htm

            Nuh-uh is no longer going to acceptable Phil.

          • Gator says:

            No longer “be” acceptable.

            Quit being a denier Phil.

      • Louis J Hooffstetter says:

        And it was the Democrats who passed those laws.

      • Taphonomic says:

        Yes, One-drop Liz is going back to the One-drop rule Jim Crow/KKK days of the Democrat party. Robert Byrd would be proud.

  3. Griff says:

    I don’t get this… Trump won, didn’t he?

    so Clinton and Obama are kind of irrelevant?

    What have you got to prove that you need to keep posting this?

    • tonyheller says:

      Democrats have been attempting to overturn the election for the past two years, and will continue to do so for as long as their swamp still has an inch of water.

      • Rah says:

        IOW for the whole time he’s POTUS because the press us at least 10 percent.

        This hubub about the assassination of a member of the Muslim brotherhood, Wahabi, non US citizen that the Washington Post hired is the next ploy to hurt Trump and his administration’s objective to bring down leadership of the terrorist state of Iran. IOW they are now aiding and abetting the terrorists.

    • arn says:

      Well-haven’t you seen that Obama and Clinton are still very present in the media?
      Obama so much that he has not even half as much time to play golf
      (+the 19th hole with Reggie Love) than he did as president.

      Like the crazy Ex that simply won’t go away and one needs a restraint order to get rid of her.

    • Gator says:

      No Ms Griff, America won.

  4. Pathway says:

    Griff, it’s called humor. I had a good laugh.

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