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Frank

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Drug raids leave far too many innocent people dead.
Warrants kill a lot of people too.
There is no satisfactory recourse.
We need less police. More quality officers.
We need less drug addicts and less criminals. Since most criminals are repeat offenders,we need less layers and stricter law enforcement.
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Then explain why it's by far the most popular team sport in the world and baseball and north American football are but local and limited-to-one-region sport, just not catching on outside the US and Canada. And watch out, as soccer (real name : football) is fast catching on , at last in the USA and Canada. Don't forget, for kids who want to do sports, soccer is affordable - shoes and a ball is all you need and they last forever
Having said that, soccer, as a totally-boring sport (field is too big, game is too defensive), is second only to baseball. Why is baseball even more boring than soccer? Easy, it has no time limit. A game can last forever, and even when they only play the regulation 9 innings, it seems like forever. And a sissy game it is, what with designated hitter dinosaurs who can no longer field and run but can still manage to swing a bat against the worst pitchers in the history or the game. Well, in all fairness, there is some excitement. Indeed, who can be the most disgusting spitter, how much tobacco juice they can hurl in one single spit, and how long they can scratch that crotch. Meanwhile, as cobwebs grow under outfielders' armpits...ohum.
They have been saying that for forty years and soccer hasn't rally grown that much in popularity. The only way it will grow is if the government continues to put restrictions on American football. Children can play basketball in a much smaller space and without expensive equipment.

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Doesn't happen very often, but Rogue's article (he didn't write it, and he supplied the link) is correct. Only we North Americans call it soccer. Everyone one else calls it football. The strange thing is we call our sport football, whereas the foot kick is only used for field goals, punts and point conversions. Yup, football it is, and the rest of the article is BS, Qatar doesn't need those tanks for 2022 - Qatar is filthy rich , money coming out of its ears, so they buy tanks and other useless stuff.
Well, They may need those tanks for things other that sports crowd control. They live in a bad neighborhood. Iran is a short distance away and Iraq could always revert back to a dictator with conquest on his mind.
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Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Then explain why it's by far the most popular team sport in the world and baseball and north American football are but local and limited-to-one-region sport, just not catching on outside the US and Canada. And watch out, as soccer (real name : football) is fast catching on , at last in the USA and Canada. Don't forget, for kids who want to do sports, soccer is affordable - shoes and a ball is all you need and they last forever
Having said that, soccer, as a totally-boring sport (field is too big, game is too defensive), is second only to baseball. Why is baseball even more boring than soccer? Easy, it has no time limit. A game can last forever, and even when they only play the regulation 9 innings, it seems like forever. And a sissy game it is, what with designated hitter dinosaurs who can no longer field and run but can still manage to swing a bat against the worst pitchers in the history or the game. Well, in all fairness, there is some excitement. Indeed, who can be the most disgusting spitter, how much tobacco juice they can hurl in one single spit, and how long they can scratch that crotch. Meanwhile, as cobwebs grow under outfielders' armpits...ohum.
More young people have received concussions while playing soccer than football,baseball and basketball combined.

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Jul 14, 2013
 
Unprovoked shooting of unarmed 17-year old black kids seems to be the pastime in Florida.

http://jacksonville.com/news/crime/2013-04-09...

http://tinyurl.com/qba27ox


Nice responsible white gun collector. I'm sure he has Rogue's recommendation.
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Jul 14, 2013
 
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In Florida, during preliminary hearing, in order to obtain immunity from prosecution per self defense, the DEFENDANT must establish the affirmative defense by preponderance of evidence. If you claim that the standard for charging a defendant is other than probable cause, please cite proper authority or you're wasting my time.
Zimmerman shot that guy in the heart.
He showed no remorse.

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Jul 14, 2013
 
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The key is the expression "same crimes".
According to the Blockburger test if the crimes for the separate prosecutions each contain an element not found in the other, then they are not treated as the same crime and therefore not barred by the double jeopardy rule.
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Now, GZ was already investigated by the FBI for civil rights violations and was cleared. They can not reopen the investigation without new evidence, thank you big mouth Barack Obama! And considering that Angela Corey is facing prosecutorial misconduct complaint, they will have to tread water a long time.
UR a f------ riot.

But the feds opened the door Sunday to reopening the case.

“Experienced federal prosecutors will determine whether the evidence reveals a prosecutable violation of any of the limited federal criminal civil rights statutes within our jurisdiction, and whether federal prosecution is appropriate,” the Justice Department said.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/geor...

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Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Then explain why it's by far the most popular team sport in the world and baseball and north American football are but local and limited-to-one-region sport, just not catching on outside the US and Canada. And watch out, as soccer (real name : football) is fast catching on , at last in the USA and Canada. Don't forget, for kids who want to do sports, soccer is affordable - shoes and a ball is all you need and they last forever
Having said that, soccer, as a totally-boring sport (field is too big, game is too defensive), is second only to baseball. Why is baseball even more boring than soccer? Easy, it has no time limit. A game can last forever, and even when they only play the regulation 9 innings, it seems like forever. And a sissy game it is, what with designated hitter dinosaurs who can no longer field and run but can still manage to swing a bat against the worst pitchers in the history or the game. Well, in all fairness, there is some excitement. Indeed, who can be the most disgusting spitter, how much tobacco juice they can hurl in one single spit, and how long they can scratch that crotch. Meanwhile, as cobwebs grow under outfielders' armpits...ohum.
Call it what you will...I don't consider baseball a sport either.

Soccer will never be a sport in my mind. Until it becomes more competitive.

30% of all soccer (football) matches end in a draw.

It is even possible for the World Cup to end in a draw.

Game...not a sport.

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Then explain why it's by far the most popular team sport in the world and baseball and north American football are but local and limited-to-one-region sport, just not catching on outside the US and Canada. And watch out, as soccer (real name : football) is fast catching on , at last in the USA and Canada. Don't forget, for kids who want to do sports, soccer is affordable - shoes and a ball is all you need and they last forever
Having said that, soccer, as a totally-boring sport (field is too big, game is too defensive), is second only to baseball. Why is baseball even more boring than soccer? Easy, it has no time limit. A game can last forever, and even when they only play the regulation 9 innings, it seems like forever. And a sissy game it is, what with designated hitter dinosaurs who can no longer field and run but can still manage to swing a bat against the worst pitchers in the history or the game. Well, in all fairness, there is some excitement. Indeed, who can be the most disgusting spitter, how much tobacco juice they can hurl in one single spit, and how long they can scratch that crotch. Meanwhile, as cobwebs grow under outfielders' armpits...ohum.
..In addition, it doesn't cost money for kids to play sports in the U.S.

Unless you count picking them up after practice.

I had to buy wrestling flats for wrestling.

All of my track and field equipment was provided for...except foot ware.

All of my football equipment was provided.(unless you wanted specialized foot ware.)

In return they asked that we participated in a fundraiser once a year. Was not mandatory.

You were talking about schools weren't you?
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Liar and BSer. You pick the Constitution AND the Bible apart, accept what suits you, and reject what does not. What a loser. What a 3rd-class citizen.
Now that is how you completely avoid the question! Nice job. bozo
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Try to never call anyone "two stupid."
It...well...defeats the purpose.
LMAO!
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Yes, anyone surprised that garbage Justice ha ha LRS would again come up with garbage foxnews.com
How crass, how vulgar, how unacceptable.
Tissue for the child?

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Jul 14, 2013
 
wojar wrote:
Unprovoked shooting of unarmed 17-year old black kids seems to be the pastime in Florida.
http://jacksonville.com/news/crime/2013-04-09...
http://tinyurl.com/qba27ox
Nice responsible white gun collector. I'm sure he has Rogue's recommendation.
If Dunn was an off duty police officer?

Yeah...me too.
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If Dunn was an off duty police officer?
Yeah...me too.
If no gun was found in the SUV, I'd say this guy is in trouble.
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Well, if I had a choice, or rather, if I were FORCED to make a choice,(this is all rhetorical) between my child wearing a porn-emblazoned t-shirt and one with Hitler and a Swastika, I'd unhesitatingly choose the porn one. Both are unacceptable, of course, but the latter is not as bad and harmful as the former. BTW, I agree, in the extreme, that even Hitler on t-shirts is allowed under the 1st amendment, or my Constitution, but Jews marching to the ovens on a t-shirt, either at school, university or on the streets is a hate crime and I'd be surprised it would be tolerated, here or in the US.
I agree with you on the moral right to wear such a t-short not existing, but we are talking about something much more minor, simply the legal right to do so in a public place.

That right is what the First Amendment is all about. And, because we want to be as little like dictatorships as possible, even people who hate Nazis fight for their right to express their repulsive views.

BTW, the distinction between t-shirts depicting pornography and those depicting swastikas or people marching to gas ovens, has been legally defined as the distinction between artistic expression, which is protected but hardly a sacred right, and political expression---which is close to a sacred right. Courts have ruled that pornography, when it is considered offensive, can be banned---as it certainly would be if in a public place. But political expression cannot be banned in a public place (not in a church or private business, as discussed before) unless there is a threat to public safety---and that threat cannot merely be assumed but has to be proven.

There are always twists and minor points. For example, the KKK has the right to wear its robes and march. But does it have the right to burn a cross?(Certainly not on private land, but what about on city, state or federal land? Well, obviously, the fire laws would be relevant to the situation.)

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Neither Pooptard or Wotard could ever answer the question, "what crime did GZ commit that started this event?". Trayvon assaulted GZ simply because he was a creepy cracker, and nothing more. Trayvon never would have been shot if it were not for that but Libtards think they have the right to assault people simply because they want to.
Your question is a matter of conjecture Rogue. You want an answer to something you believed happened not what is absolutely known to have happened. What we actually know of the incident is that a 29 year old man stalked and shot to death a 17 year old kid on a rainy night for apparently no other reason than he “looked suspicious”

We know this because the killer admitted as much. He also admitted to being in fear of his life from a skinny kid armed with a bag of skittles who he outweighed by 40 pounds or so. At 29 I can picture no scenario where a 17 year old kid who I outweighed by 40 pounds mustering the nerve to jump on me unless he was in fear of his life. And I can picture no other scenario in this case either.

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Attorney General Eric Holder says the Justice Department is investigating the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, and will prosecute George Zimmerman if evidence shows he violated the teen’s civil rights.
Don't forget the advice of Yoga Berra.
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I disagree. Just like in the Rodney King case where the feds charged the officers for violating Rodneys civil rights, then can try and do the same to GZ.
Law enforcement officers have to use MINIMUM force to effect an arrest and it appeared to they used excessive force. But George waited 40-45 seconds while being assaulted by Trayvon and then he fired only once so I can see how they could claim this this time.
Ah, but under Florida's SYG law, not only does the state have to repay Zimmerman for all his legal expenses but also things like lost wages and no one can sure him!!! Read it and weep you Idiotards.
776.032&#8195;Immunity from criminal prosecution and civil action for justifiable use of force.— <quoted text>
(3)&#8195;The court shall award reasonable attorney’s fees, court costs, compensation for loss of income, and all expenses incurred by the defendant in defense of any civil action brought by a plaintiff if the court finds that the defendant is immune from prosecution as provided in subsection (1).
The Zimmerman trial is over Rogue and Holder will file no charges. If you don’t see the difference in the Rodney King beating case and this one then there’s truly no hope for you.

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I would not put anything past Holder or Obama for that matter. But the more they do their thing, the more racist they appear.
Most people in this country know who the racists are as soon as they open their mouths Rogue and most know as well that neither Obama nor Holder walks in those shoes. No matter how much you try to project your brand of hate and vitriol onto them, it just ain’t gonna happen. They are not like you and never will be.

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And you still have not told us what crime was committed before GZ used his gun. GZ did not commit any crime but Trayvon did. He assaulted GZ simply because he was a creepy cracker.
You see, Liberals think if they have been insulted, that gives them the right to assault someone. And since their ancestors were enslaved, they have the right to rob people.
Yep, Liberals always justify their crimes. "My wife burnt my diner so it was okay for me to hit her"!
“Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once”

"Of all the wonders that I yet have heard, It seems to me most strange that men should fear; seeing that death, a necessary end, will come when it will come"
William Shakespeare, "Julius Caesar", Act 2 scene 2
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Keep in mind Florida is also the state that decided Casey Anthony was 'Not Guilty' as well.
Martin is dead and Zimmerman's life is reduced to being a freak celebrity and Dingbat Teabagger Icon as 'the guy who got away with shooting a teenager armed with a bag of Skittles'...for eternity.
Hope he doesnt break his arm patting himself on the back.
As for idiot Right wingers....they are the same folks who can HOWL with Faux Moral Outrage over being scrutinized by the IRS because of their politics...but celebrate a 17 year old kid being stalked and shot because of the way he was dressed....and never question that dichotomy for a second.
The Republican Psyche in a nutshell.

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