Quit throwing the word bigot around unless you learn its actual meaning.
Hannah
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Look at you, seriously. You utterly dismiss what someone has said, off the cuff.

You have not even read it. What I wrote. If you reason like a bigot, if you speak like a bigot, if you ignore the words someone says, like a bigot, you *ARE* a bigot. So I am going to reason slowly…with highlighted terms a bigot can see when she scans and attempts to ignore everything the person she is talking to says.

This isn’t a “word” or a “name” I am calling you. It is *TERM* used to describe a *PATTERN* of conversation, which you are apparently prone to using — and have demonstrably used in our little “discussion” here. This term is housed in the more general “box” or “bag” *MOST* of the English speaking world calls “Intolerance” of other’s opinions.

And what you have just indicated is that you have *ABSOLUTE* intolerance for *my* words. *My* thoughts. Further, “Intolerance,” in our language, is synonymous with *RACISM,* and, in terms of gender, “MISANDRY” or “MISOGYNY.” Thus, you have demonstrably comported yourself with first stereotyping and dismissal (i.e., racist and misandric/misogynistic thought). Then, you expressed absolute intolerance of my thoughts and reasoning…And now, I think the definition is complete: absolute, bald-faced Bigotry…Or, in the dictionary definition, “a person who is intolerant toward those holding different opinions.”

Regardless, obviously I respect you, since I give you the courtesy of all this time and attention. I seriously think there is a decent person behind all that bigotry, so I am honest, straightforward, and express my heart.

You, on the other hand, seem incapable of doing the same, in this year, today, at this point in your life.

So like I forgive Trump, who seems to have learned the meaning of family — and values it above the rest of the BS us men are taught to value, in spite of his station, I forgive you — I think you will figure it out, someday.

But I can’t forgive Hillary.

And who gives a *shit* about old man Ailes?

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