THX Chief Slave Whipper

Scio, OR

#26 Jan 18, 2013
actionman120 wrote:
<quoted text>
You can buy all the guns you want. It will never make up for the fact that on the inside you're a scared little girl.
In fact it would suprise me if a half monkey (Neanderthal) like yourself has the IQ to use a firearm.
So if the day ever comes when you do have to use one of the many guns, you clam to own. If you can figure out what end the bullet comes out of, im sure you will be to busy crying, peeing, and craping yourself to use it.
You are welcome to look me up and say that to my face any time, Kunta.
Black Rule

Toronto, Canada

#27 Jan 18, 2013
THX Chief Slave Whipper wrote:
<quoted text>
Please do. Come for me right now. Bring fellow tribe members.
Stop ooking and get it on, boy!
thx00451@hotmail.com
Start there, shitskin.
Boy if I came for you, you would shit in your disposable diapers. We Black men are your nightmare.

“lifes a bytch”

Level 7

Since: Jul 10

and then you die

#31 Jan 18, 2013
THX Chief Slave Whipper wrote:
<quoted text>
What does race have to do with Obama being an idiot and demonstrably wrong about the relationship of assault weapons to the Sandy Hook tragedy?
Not one muthrfcking thing.

“lifes a bytch”

Level 7

Since: Jul 10

and then you die

#32 Jan 18, 2013
THX Chief Slave Whipper wrote:
Again, Obama being the idiot that he is, blames "assualt weapons" for Sandy Hook..., but there were no assualt weapons involved.
Why is he doing that?
Hmmm...
Is he simply dumb? Yes.
Is he a puppet of the far left white liberal elite? Certainly.
But why would the far left REALLY want to take our guns...?
Anyone?
No fcking way- don't you DARE fcking blame this shyt on the left. The fckers behind this shyt aren't even part of the government; but as the gov is going along with it- i blame them ALL.
Why would a government want to disarm its citizens? Well thats pretty fcking obvious- and its not gonna benefit us, you can bet your azz on that.
The only reason to disarm us, is so that we can't fight back- against THEM.
period.

“lifes a bytch”

Level 7

Since: Jul 10

and then you die

#33 Jan 18, 2013
iamcuriousnow wrote:
<quoted text>
but I thought you loved trannies
Lol- no hon, that was me. ;)

“lifes a bytch”

Level 7

Since: Jul 10

and then you die

#34 Jan 18, 2013
Black Rule wrote:
<quoted text>
Boy if I came for you, you would shit in your disposable diapers. We Black men are your nightmare.
yeah, yeah, yeah. Grow the fck up and don't feed that azzholes ego by playing his pathetic games. He gets off on it, and you responding to him just makes him cum quicker. You really wanna be a part of his fcked up fantasies? If we don't all band together and drop this dumbazz racist bullshyt hatred- we are ALL gonna be fcked. And not in a good way.
You wanna be somebodies nightmare, then join an activist group and start fcking with the ones in charge- they are the ones who will effect your entire life- not some dipshyt internet gangster hiding behind his computer.

Kip

“Brian's alter ego”

Level 7

Since: Feb 07

San Francisco, CA

#35 Jan 18, 2013
blondegirl214 wrote:
<quoted text>No fcking way- don't you DARE fcking blame this shyt on the left. The fckers behind this shyt aren't even part of the government; but as the gov is going along with it- i blame them ALL.
Why would a government want to disarm its citizens? Well thats pretty fcking obvious- and its not gonna benefit us, you can bet your azz on that.
The only reason to disarm us, is so that we can't fight back- against THEM.
period.
THX is a hate-filled, belligerent, NUT CASE. It's a pure shyt for brains in every aspect. Everything is says or concludes is motivated by nothing but hate for blacks. There is no actual logic to anything THX writes here. It's a juvenile, crazy, box of mixed nuts.

Nobody is going to disarm any of these wingnutty people. They will always have their guns and always have. They come screaming about everybody else, but have got to be the most delusional and paranoid bastards in the hemisphere.

“lifes a bytch”

Level 7

Since: Jul 10

and then you die

#36 Jan 18, 2013
Kip wrote:
<quoted text>
THX is a hate-filled, belligerent, NUT CASE. It's a pure shyt for brains in every aspect. Everything is says or concludes is motivated by nothing but hate for blacks. There is no actual logic to anything THX writes here. It's a juvenile, crazy, box of mixed nuts.
Nobody is going to disarm any of these wingnutty people. They will always have their guns and always have. They come screaming about everybody else, but have got to be the most delusional and paranoid bastards in the hemisphere.
well you're talking about several different things here.
he's a racist fcktard, he sounds insane and shouldn't own a gun. But not all of us "wingnutty" gun loving people are like him, and the questions being debated about disarming the us citizens are valid and scary. And race doesn't enter into it, imo
aisling-

Clyde, OH

#37 Jan 18, 2013
St. Louis County Police Chief: Obama's gun control proposal 'feel good' effort

"ST. LOUIS ( KMOV.com )-- President Barack Obama is urging congress to approve new restrictions in an effort to prevent mass shootings like the Newtown school massacre.

“If there was even one thing we could do to reduce this violence, if there’s even one life that can be saved, then we’ve got an obligation to try,” President Obama said.“And I’m going to do my part.”

The President signed 23 executive orders as part of a new,$500 million program. The proposal calls for four main changes: close background check loopholes, ban military-style assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, make schools safer, and increase access to mental health services.

News 4 has talked to people on all sides of the issue, including St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch.

Chief Fitch says the 15-page proposal called “Now is the Time” is mostly a “feel good” effort to tackle a real problem. He doesn’t think a lot of the proposal will work in practice, but he is in favor of sweeping changes to background checks and mental health services.

However Fitch says he doesn’t think a ban on assault weapons or high-capacity magazines is the answer. He points to his own duty weapon and the 12-round clip that goes in it. The new proposal would limit that clip to 10 rounds.

“The weapons that we’ve seen are not machine guns, aren’t automatic weapons; they were just like a revolver or a pistol where we have to pull a round every time. Now what the argument is, is that he had a high-capacity magazine—more than 10 rounds—that you can get more bullets out faster. That’s true, but all you have to do is have more magazines,” Chief Fitch explained.“Just like the police carry multiple magazines, it takes me about a second and a half to reload a magazine, so really, if you restrict the magazine capacity, and say we have 10 bullets instead of 12 in a clip, really all the mass shooter has to do at that point is practice reloading skills.”

St. Louis County issued more than 5,000 permits for conceal and carry just last year. But the chief says, current background checks don’t do much to keep anyone safe because there’s no way to check a gun owner’s mental health history.

“We need a database, a computerized database with accurate, contemporary information that we can check to see if they’ve been committed to a mental health facility,” Chief Fitch said.“Today, we can’t tell that.”

Sean Johnson, charged with a shooting at the Stevens Institute of Business and Arts, is a good example. Known to have a history of mental illness, the student allegedly got his hands on an illegal weapon and shot his financial aid director in downtown St. Louis on Tuesday.

“Today we don’t have a place to take someone like that. Back in the day we had institutional locations where we could take people like that,” Chief Fitch said.“Today everybody like that is just main stream and hopefully stay on their medicine.”

The proposal also calls for more money to fund school resource officers and counselors, but the chief would like to see that go even further to train and arm qualified staff."
http://www.kmov.com/news/mobile/St-Louis-Coun...

"The 2nd Amendment: the original and only Department of Homeland Security."
Black Rule

Toronto, Canada

#38 Jan 18, 2013
The moment the guns are taken away from you coward SnowChimps, it will be open season worse then it is right now.

And the funny thing is, a Black man is doing it (Obama). All that was needed is for several SnowChimp to shoot up their fellow SnowApes in malls, schools, and movie theaters.

LMBAO.

We will be seeing a major Chimpout of the SnowApes all over, very soon.

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#39 Jan 18, 2013
I hear Obonobo is raging cause he cant get his BS gun laws through.The internet combined with the US 2nd amendment is a tyrants worst nightmare.

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#40 Jan 18, 2013
Black Rule wrote:
The moment the guns are taken away from you coward SnowChimps, it will be open season worse then it is right now.
And the funny thing is, a Black man is doing it (Obama). All that was needed is for several SnowChimp to shoot up their fellow SnowApes in malls, schools, and movie theaters.
LMBAO.
We will be seeing a major Chimpout of the SnowApes all over, very soon.
How many monkeys in prison have been killed by the AB without guns despite far smaller numbers.The goverment protects you from us not the other way round.
aisling-

Clyde, OH

#41 Jan 18, 2013
Black Rule wrote:
The moment the guns are taken away from you coward SnowChimps, it will be open season worse then it is right now.
And the funny thing is, a Black man is doing it (Obama). All that was needed is for several SnowChimp to shoot up their fellow SnowApes in malls, schools, and movie theaters.
LMBAO.
We will be seeing a major Chimpout of the SnowApes all over, very soon.
You mean like the POS, Sean Johnson, who was black? The POS having a warrant out for him for 8 mos and a history of violence. What I'm still wondering is what that POS needed financial aid for in that he should have been in jail and not getting at some college getting educamated. And who could imagine that he was mentally unstable.

Too bad that sh*t bag didn't do the job right and take himself out. Now the tax payer has to foot the bill for his sorry a**.

“lifes a bytch”

Level 7

Since: Jul 10

and then you die

#42 Jan 18, 2013
when something bad happens, we call the cops. Why? BECAUSE THEY HAVE THE GUNS.
Well I do not want to depend on some guy to come save me when I call.
I do not trust that they will.
Its just that simple. I am perfectly capable of handling it myself- with my own gun.
Immediate action vs waiting for the last bite of the donut to be swallowed.

Bad guy down, good blonde girl alive and well.
Thats the whole point, right?
I just cut out the middle man
So wtf is the problem with that?
aisling-

Clyde, OH

#43 Jan 18, 2013
Hey, Mr Apologist and Panderer in Chief, how about this sh*t bag ...

Sean Johnson Attacked Cabby Before Allegedly Shooting Stevens Institute Of Business & Art Official

"ST. LOUIS — A student accused of shooting an administrator at his St. Louis business school had a history of violence and a parole violation that should have landed him in jail, but didn't.

People in the law enforcement said Thursday that it's not surprising that Sean Johnson remained at large nearly eight months after a warrant was issued for his arrest. They say the system is flooded with so many arrest warrants that police can't keep up.

"You walk up and down the street in downtown St. Louis and you're going to pass a bunch of people who have an active warrant," said David Klinger, a criminologist at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. "I'm not at all surprised that someone who had an active warrant was out there in the community."

Johnson, 34, is charged with first-degree assault, armed criminal action and two firearms violations in Tuesday's attack at Stevens Institute of Business & Arts.

Authorities said Johnson, an on-again-off-again student at the school, got into an argument with financial aid director Greg Elsenrath in Elsenrath's fourth-floor office and shot him once in the chest.

Johnson then shot himself in the side, while the more than three dozen students, faculty and staff in the building scrambled to safety.

Both men remained hospitalized Thursday. The school said Elsenrath, 45, was expected to make a full recovery. Details of Johnson's condition haven't been released.

Johnson was wanted for allegedly violating the terms of his parole in a 2009 attack on a cab driver in St. Louis County. The driver, 53-year-old Belete Mekuria, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that Johnson smelled of alcohol after he was picked up at Lambert Airport, so Mekuria asked for $60 up front.

Johnson paid, but later reached into a shoe and pulled out a box cutter. Mekuria said he caught Johnson's hand and pinned him down as the cab hit a median barrier on Interstate 70. The men were still scuffling when police arrived.

Johnson pleaded guilty to reduced charges of unlawful use of a weapon and second-degree assault. At a hearing in 2011 he was placed on probation for five years and ordered to take medication for an unspecified mental illness. His attorney, Eric Barnhart, declined to discuss the mental health issue. But he said Johnson was a productive member of society only when he was on his medication.

A judge ruled on May 21 that Johnson violated his probation – court records don't indicate why. An arrest warrant was issued three days later, but Johnson was never taken into custody. St. Louis police didn't respond to several messages requesting an interview.

St. Louis County courts administrator Paul Fox said it's not unusual for fugitives to go for months or longer without being apprehended. Police "simply don't have the manpower to go out and track down everybody," Fox said.

Every warrant is entered into a statewide database known as MULES – Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System – which is administered by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Patrol Capt. Tim Hull said most police departments prioritize going after violent criminals with arrest warrants. Also, people stopped by police for even the most miniscule traffic violation typically have their names run through the system. That's how many fugitives are apprehended, Hull said.

Police were also investigating how Johnson obtained a gun. As a convicted felon, he was prohibited from owning one. Police said the semi-automatic weapon used in the shooting had a filed-off serial number, although federal agents were able to restore the number and were working to trace the weapon's origin."
aisling-

Clyde, OH

#44 Jan 18, 2013

“lifes a bytch”

Level 7

Since: Jul 10

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#45 Jan 18, 2013
gun control = people control

fck them all; I am not ever, under any circumstances giving up my guns. Certainly not because some deputy dipshyt in charge tells me to; under some bullshyt guise of "well honey, we're banning guns because there are bad people out there; we know whats best for you sweetheart and we wanna keep all you citizens safe from yourselves and from the dreaded bad boogeymen lurking on every corner. Its for your own good."

Its not to that point yet. And I stress YET.
But I can see it happening in the not so distant future. Give them an inch, they'll take a mile. Agree with them on this ban of "certain" guns now,and they'll eventually take them all.

and then we will not be able to protect ourselves from who the dreaded bad boogymen truly are; the only ones we really have reason to and should fear. Them.
Truthism

United States

#46 Jan 18, 2013
blondegirl214 wrote:
gun control = people control
fck them all; I am not ever, under any circumstances giving up my guns. Certainly not because some deputy dipshyt in charge tells me to; under some bullshyt guise of "well honey, we're banning guns because there are bad people out there; we know whats best for you sweetheart and we wanna keep all you citizens safe from yourselves and from the dreaded bad boogeymen lurking on every corner. Its for your own good."
Its not to that point yet. And I stress YET.
But I can see it happening in the not so distant future. Give them an inch, they'll take a mile. Agree with them on this ban of "certain" guns now,and they'll eventually take them all.
and then we will not be able to protect ourselves from who the dreaded bad boogymen truly are; the only ones we really have reason to and should fear. Them.
Of course. The only reason the government wants guns banned from our hands is so we're now almost totally *dependent* upon the government for safety.

The more dependent upon them, the more power they have over us; the more they can now pass their own agenda easily without much fuss in the process.

Only simpletons don't realize this.

Only fascist criminals agree with it in the government.

But I say, if we cannot have guns then neither can the government! If we cannot be trusted with our guns then neither can the government, especially those tanks, nukes and jet-fighters!

Ban from one side? They better ban from the other!

The government only gets away with how much the simpleton "citizens" let them. It's that simple.
aisling-

Clyde, OH

#47 Jan 18, 2013
Shining in darkness wrote:
I hear Obonobo is raging cause he cant get his BS gun laws through.The internet combined with the US 2nd amendment is a tyrants worst nightmare.
Why do you think that they wanted to pass SOPA.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
aisling-

Clyde, OH

#49 Jan 19, 2013
Just remember that it was Obama's DOJ that was prosecuting Aaron Schwartz who fought to take down SOPA and in effect, protecting our freedom of speech on the internet.

"Swartz committed suicide in the wake of relentless bullying and persecution/prosecution by Eric Holder’s Department of Justice. Swartz was “driven to the edge” by the government’s aggressive prosecution of a non-existent legal case. Swartz made public documents available to everyone – this was his crime.“It’s like trying to put someone in jail for allegedly checking too many books out of the library.”
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Harvard University Law School Professor Lawrence Lessig explained:“We need a better sense of justice, and shame. For the outrageousness in this story is not just Aaron. It is also the absurdity of the prosecutor’s behavior.[Aaron] was brilliant, and funny. A kid genius. A soul, a conscience, the source of a question I have asked myself a million times: What would Aaron think? That person is gone today, driven to the edge by what a decent society would only call bullying.”

Swartz’s partner Taren Stinebricker-Kaufmann said in a statement:“Aaron’s death is not simply a personal tragedy. It is the product of a criminal justice system rife with intimidation and prosecutorial overreach. Decisions made by officials in the Massachusetts U.S. attorney’s office and at MIT contributed to his death. The U.S. attorney’s office pursued an exceptionally harsh array of charges, carrying potentially over 30 years in prison, to punish an alleged crime that had no victims.”

Put this in context. Barack Obama’s Department of Justice, headed by Eric Holder, refused to prosecute the Black Panthers who violently threatened voters with billy clubs and night sticks at polling places on Election Day 2008. The case was dropped, despite the fact that it “was already won.” This was so gross a violation of voters’ rights and the proper function of the Department of Justice that one of its best and brightest senior lawyers resigned in protest: J. Christian Adams."

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/obamas-doj-targets...

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