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    < Final-Fan posted something on o_O.Q's wall:

    "the tuskegee experiment was a social experiment"

    social experiment means it's socialism ... okay lol

    "funded by taking money from tax payers under the threat of violence" you left the most important part out...

    on 04 November 2018

    Sorry, I wasn't thinking about the fact that you equate taxation (any sort at any level) with socialism. Damn, every country in the world is socialist now ... must be rough for non-socialists.

    on 04 November 2018

    yes socialist programs funded by tax payers are socialist in nature, that you would even attempt to dispute that just shows how deep you've been brain washed
    as i've said previously you need to give up on the notion that socialism is inherently good and only good can come of it... its not only woefully naive but wrong

    on 04 November 2018

    You just told me Tuskegee was socialist BECAUSE it was tax funded ... therefore all tax funded things are socialist. When I point that out, I'm not disputing anything, I'm just highlighting what I see as insanity.

    on 05 November 2018

    ok let me ask you a question, how can socialism go bad? what are some of the negative consequences that can arise out of socialism?

    on 05 November 2018

    I appreciate that you are desperate to change the subject, but I'm not interested. But I'll give you a brief answer: things that are not the Tuskegee experiment.

    on 05 November 2018

    i'm not changing the subject, its that i'm dealing with someone who can't establish the very simple connection between socialism and social programs that harm a community
    i mean what am i supposed to do with someone like that? you tell me... its as i said a completely delusional denial of reality rooted in the idea that only good can come from socialism

    on 06 November 2018

    You said Tuskegee was socialism because it was taxpayer funded.

    on 07 November 2018

    you haven't answered my question, what am i supposed to do with someone who can't establish the very simple connection between socialism and social programs that harm a community?

    if you had answered this question you would have found the answer to your own

    on 08 November 2018

    Your question "what am I supposed to do with someone like that?" is (1) stupid and (2) putting the cart before the horse. And it's also obviously trying to change the subject from why you think the Tuskegee experiment is an example of socialism. So far you've said "it's socialism because it was a social experiment" and then you changed your answer to "it's socialism because it's taxpayer funded". So at that point you're claiming that every form of gov't that collects taxes and does things with that tax money is socialist—thus, every gov't in existence is socialist. When confronted with this elementary school level logical deduction, THAT MOMENT is when you asked me your question and when I don't follow you on your topic derailment I'm the one doing the dodging according to you. You're not fooling anyone but yourself, and I actually doubt you're even fooling yourself.

    Why does the Tuskegee experiment being taxpayer funded make it socialism? You said this fact was the "most important part".

    on 08 November 2018

    " So far you've said "it's socialism because it was a social experiment""
    i never said that i always said that it was the result of socialism because it was funded through theft under threat of violence(taxation)

    " So at that point you're claiming that every form of gov't that collects taxes and does things with that tax money is socialist‚€"
    no every government has socialist elements, but its the degree to which the government controls resources that determines whether its socialist or not

    a car that is red but has black stripes is considered a red car... how dumb would you have to be to not understand this?

    "When confronted with this elementary school level logical deduction, THAT MOMENT is when you asked me your question "
    leaving aside the fact that you are wrong to begin with, i wouldn't trust your deduction skills anyway... here you are fighting for socialism when you don't even understand what it is and assume stupidly(from what i have observed) that nothing negative can come from it

    "Why does the Tuskegee experiment being taxpayer funded make it socialism?"
    socialism in practical terms is reallocation of the resources of a community by its government and can result in both good and bad for a community

    how dumb would you have to be to think that all government reallocation of resources results in good for a community as you appear to believe?

    on a scale of 1 to 10?

    on 12 November 2018

    "socialism in practical terms is reallocation of the resources of a community by its government and can result in both good and bad for a community"
    Literally everything every government does is using (i.e. reallocating) resources collected from communities. Therefore, according to your definition, everything every government does is 100% socialist (except for when it shrinks, which is only partially socialist—still reallocating what is left). How is that a useful definition of socialism?

    But yes. Under your condition that "taxpayer funded" ipso facto is "socialist", I would agree that by that definition the Tuskegee experiment was a socialist program. Just like the police and the army and the national highway system and corporate subsidies. Any and all government activity is socialist. By that definition.

    And I further admit that you never explicitly said Tuskegee was socialist "because it was a social experiment." You said it was socialist because it was a taxpayer funded socialist experiment and (as you said) the second part was the key factor in your mind. You got me for real on that one, fair and square.

    And by the definition of socialism as "including (but not necessarily limited to) everything taxpayer funded" then I'm sure we can agree on plenty of obvious things governments have done wrong over the course of world history (which are necessarily socialism) including but not limited to the Tuskegee experiment. Although I would argue that the basic concept of government, in general, is not to blame for specific misdeeds of various governments such as that. (And therefore the same could perhaps be said of socialism.)

    on 12 November 2018

    correction, "taxpayer funded socialist experiment" was a mistype of "taxpayer funded social experiment"

    on 13 November 2018

    Let me give you some advice: You aren't clever. Everyone can see through your "let me post something ridiculous and act seriously about it so that I can make a point against them democraps" threads. Get better material.

    the funny thing is that i don't think i've made a single post about democrats... what i've posted about recently was socialism and rape culture

    so i suppose that you are making the case that the demonrats are trying to push socialism and the idea of rape culture

    its interesting that you would make that distinction

    " You aren't clever."

    what makes you say that?

    on 14 October 2018

    < KLAMarine posted something on o_O.Q's wall:

    What's with that guy in your avatar? His pants are sagging like crazy!

    < Oneeee-Chan!!! posted something on o_O.Q's wall:

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    hey

    on 09 April 2018

    < spurgeonryan posted something on o_O.Q's wall:

    An avatar? I do not feel like you have ever had an avatar.

    i did before

    on 30 January 2018

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    At what point is this child abuse? Trans kids.

    in Politics Discussion on 05 September 2019

    Pemalite said: o_O.Q said: "They aren't a fit muscular person regardless of what they think, so your point is entirely moot." but a man is a woman if he identifies as one? Clearly you don't understand the concepts of being transgender and transitioning if that is your line of thinking... But at this point with the several threads on the topic and lots of people chiming...

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    At what point is this child abuse? Trans kids.

    in Politics Discussion on 05 September 2019

    SpokenTruth said: o_O.Q said: "And where is the psychology behind that?  You are describing a purely physical attribute, not a mixed physical and psychological one as gender identity is" 1). how would it be different? I'm saying the fat man feels like a muscular man inside and wants to identify as one despite not having that body type 2). just like how a man may claim he...

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    At what point is this child abuse? Trans kids.

    in Politics Discussion on 04 September 2019

    SpokenTruth said: o_O.Q said: what I'm asking is what happens if an obese person identifies as a fit muscular person? do we play along with that or not? And where is the psychology behind that?  You are describing a purely physical attribute, not a mixed physical and psychological one as gender identity is. An obese person cannot identify as muscular the same way...

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