The debate "The Kham vs Trump scenario is very unfair" was started by
August 1, 2016, 1:20 pm.
3 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 0 person is on the disagree side.
There needs to be more votes to see what the common perception is.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
dalton7532 posted 2 arguments to the agreers part.
dalton7532, NotoriousBishop and 1 visitor agree.
"Trump wanted to do that to protect the Muslims at home from Radicals nothing more and nothing less."
I don't understand this at all.
how is banning Muslims supposed to protect Muslims here? it clearly insults them (based on their own statements), reinforces isis's divisive message, and does nothing to block the actual primary method of radicalization, the Internet and feelings of rejection by our society.
ever since Republicans started insisting on calling it Islamic terrorism, the number of homegrown terrorists has increased. this claim that he is protecting them sounds like utter nonsense.
Trump has clearly said Muslims are great people and we need to protect them. He always says Radical Islamic terrorism. His son was heroic and nobody is denying that even Trump. The only reason Khan was mad was because he wanted to ban Muslims and he saw that as an attack on his son's heroism. However, that is not the case. Trump wanted to do that to protect the Muslims at home from Radicals nothing more and nothing less.
I never said you said it. I asked a question regarding the topic. and the only person doing name calling here is you...
Trump has insulted his religion, in several ways including insisting it be called Islamic terrorism. you may see that as an innocent assessment, but Islamic people are offended by it, much like you got offended by me simply asking 2 questions.
khan is responding to what he perceived to be an offense. should we call his son's actions Islamic heroism? shall we include an extra tag to every phrase to specify the religion of the person taking the action? why are Republicans now the party of political correctness?
I never said that so quit being a condescending asshat. Khan is engaging in a personal/political vendetta that he has no business doing against Trump. He is actively campaigning against him and using his son's death to justify hatred against Trump and Trump did not kill his son. Radical Islamic terrorist killed his son, the very thing Trump is trying to stop. If you want to get into the business of name calling, I will be more than happy too. :D
do you believe the media spun that incorrectly?
which of his supposed sacrifices are actual sacrifices?