- May 22, 2012
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- Uhland, Texas
- Political Leaning
Now that's just crying. Crime has always been a problem and it is by no means a solely republican trait to be concerned.I can understand the use of “snowflake”
In a lot of contexts. But applying it to people outraged by rising crime— which the WH does not deny— is like, really special.
Now that's just crying. Crime has always been a problem and it is by no means a solely republican trait to be concerned.
But that doesn't make the 'summer of hate' a thing.
But applying it to people outraged by rising crime— which the WH does not deny— is like, really special.
Criticism? That was just a cheap dig. What on earth would be an appropriate, or even necessary response?
The appeal to emotion fallacy? Another cheap dig.Your use of the term "snowflake" is abominable considering all the people who have died at the hands of criminals released by low or cashless bail. Tell the injured and dead at Waukesha that they're just snowflakes.
Thank you understand things got messy, for a number of reasons. But the name “summer of hate” has not caught on and nobody outside the bubble has heard of it. People bring up these made up terms and expect the rest of us to follow.You tried to float the idea that it was some conservative delusion that the Summer of 2020, in which people were injured and killed and property damage has been estimated at a billion dollars or more, could be fairly called a Summer of Hate. The use of the term snowflake connotes over-sensitivity. So logically you must not think all the chaos of 2020 was anything serious, and anyone who complained about the violence was being a conservative snowflake. Nothing emotional about the argument, just simple condemnation of your untenable position.