Colorado landlord: Trump supporters need not apply

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  1. steve knight Suspended

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    well this is stupid. I thought this was only done to ban gays.


     
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    More stupid than that misinformed old coot? That the AP is disseminating the story. Simply tragic on the AP's part trying to stay relevant.
     
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    I don't see the problem , voters are not a protected class.
     
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    it is just a stupid thing to do like refusing gay people where its s legal it is just a stupid thing.
     
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    Why can't prospective tenants just tell him "How I vote is none of your business!"
     
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    it's NOTHING like refusing gay people. it's his place, I don't see the problem.
     
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    why would anyone even ask?
     
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    If I owned a hot dog stand I wouldn't sell one to Hillary. Well, I might if she barked and sat up and begged. "Whose the good girl?"
     
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    you saying one is not as stupid as the other?
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    you gonna scoop the poop afterwards?
     
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    Good F@*#*n Point
     
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    if you can;t tell the difference I can't help you.
     
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    After I whack her with a rolled-up newspaper.
     
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    your missing it. are you saying one is stupid and one is not? or are you trying to find the level of stupidity in each?
     
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    that's your job, I would imagine homosexuals would be a bit pissed at the comparison IMHO.
     
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    What if they're gay supporters of Trump?
     
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    Wow. Who'd a thunk it? A morsel about the evil Trump:

    "Long before Hilary Clinton supported gay marriage and gay rights, Donald Trump supported equal rights for everybody.,”says Kittleson. “In an interview with The Advocate 15 years ago, Trump supported equal rights and equal protections for gays and gay couples. Granted, he didn’t want it to be called ‘marriage’ but he did advocate for unions with legal, equal rights. In 2000 Trump also said that he would be totally fine with appointing gay people to his cabinet and that he wanted to amend the 1964 Civil Rights Act to include protections for the LGBT community. And what was Hillary Clinton’s stance at that time? Don’t ask, and she won’t tell.”
     
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    I thought you would mention this guy instead


    He even calls Trump Daddy!!!
     
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    I wonder if it would hold up as legal. It isn't a protected class, but this is a thinly veiled method of coercion.
     
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    The man is renting out space in his home. ("the two-bedroom apartment that's part of his home in Grand Junction.") He's going to see these people regularly. They could become close...or fight non-stop.
     
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    Actually he has the longest history of running for president of any human on earth.

    Some just can't help but to see racism everywhere they look. It always seems to be a one way street.

    The same people will raid Trumps speeches and think it's ok, yet if that was done to Bernie or Hillary, it would be an outrage.

    It was actually Hillary Clinton that STARTED the birther movement against Obama.

    The rule is that if a Dem does it, it's ok, if a conservative does it, it's an outrage.

    It's known as a double standard.

    http://www.tvguide.com/news/donald-trump-presidential-campaign-timeline/

     
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    it is always easy to deny racism when you are not on the receiving end.
     
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    It's always easy to use racism as the go to excuse for things you don't want to hear.
     
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    it is even easier to deny it. white people are not in a position to deny it.
     

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