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“Stop Child Soliders”

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#1187109 Aug 17, 2014
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1187111 Aug 17, 2014
paddyomalley wrote:
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Brown was a two-bit thug and should have been gunned down a long time ago. Funny, you spearchuckers kill each other and never say a word, even when it is little kids sleeping in their beds and said sperchuckers speed down a street at 60 MPH spraying deadly rounds hoping to kill someone. 80% of you are useless and cowards--I'm includoing the president in that 80%--and should be shipped back to Africa. You are undeserving of this country.
it's not your country. never has been. it belongs to those who were here before the white weaklings used their brute force to steal what they didn't deserve.

“Stop Child Soliders”

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#1187112 Aug 17, 2014
RealDave wrote:
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So you agree with the Governor using his veto powers to force a person to resign.
Perry has no juridiction over this person's job otherwise he would not resort to the methods he used.
Your support of this activity as you run screaming every day "OMG OMG Obama did this" & "OMG OMG Obama did that"
If Obama used his office to take funding away from right whiner states unless their Senator resigned, you would have a GD fit & you know it.
Read up about the case. There was nothing illegal about Perry using his veto powers. The complaint even stated this was part of his official duties.

Get informed so you are not posting things in a fog.
paddyomalley

Bastrop, TX

#1187114 Aug 17, 2014
sonicfilter wrote:
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so FOX/Rush thinks it's ok to kill someone because cigars?
only in right wing nutjob land.
Hey mofo, it wasn't the cigars that got him killed, it was his attack on a cop that did it. He was a fat bully who pushed that tiny old man around in that store and threatened him. Too bad there wasn't a gunner in there and stopped him on the spot of the crime. Yea, if it is a black thug it is alright to kill him. Keep them on a chain in the basement if they want to behave like animals and savages. No one should have to put up with, fear, or hide from Black thugs. What do you think of Blacks being responsible for 50% of ALLK murders in the US and 93% of the victims being Black? I think there are plenty more targets out there and the coppers should get cracking.

“Stop Child Soliders”

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#1187116 Aug 17, 2014
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paddyomalley

Bastrop, TX

#1187117 Aug 17, 2014
sonicfilter wrote:
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it's not your country. never has been. it belongs to those who were here before the white weaklings used their brute force to steal what they didn't deserve.
It is mine now and I'm keeping it MOFO. Bring your homies and take it away. I grew up in East Los Angeles and used to go into South Central just to beat the snot out of tough guy Blacks. I have to admit I had to catch them where they couldn't run and I had to get them when there were only two of them, but I did pretty good. There isn't a bigger coward on earth than a Black thug by himself. 80% of American Black males are an embarrassment to the Black race world wide.

“Stop Child Soliders”

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#1187119 Aug 17, 2014
RealDave wrote:
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I saw a news conference where the police chief clearly said the officer had no knowledge of the robbery.
"Update (3:15 p.m.): Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson held a second press conference this afternoon, where he said that the robbery was not related to the confrontation between Brown and Wilson. Jackson said the officer stopped Brown because he was in the street blocking traffic, and did not know about the robbery or that Brown might be a suspect."
http://www.thewire.com/national/2014/08/fergu...
Why didn't you scroll down to this?

"Update (7:21 p.m.): It appears that Chief Jackson's story has evolved once again. Jackson told the St. Louis Post Dispatch on Friday that Wilson stopped Brown and Johnson because they were walking in the street, and not because he thought he was a suspect in the robbery. However, after stopping him, Wilson noticed that Brown was carrying cigars and then realized he might be the robber."

Since: Sep 10

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#1187120 Aug 17, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
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I dislike people using indictments for political reasons as does Axelrod, Dershowitz, Think Progress, etc
Speaking of using legal actions for political reasons..........

Do you approve of Boehner suing Obama??

How about the nitwits calling for his impeachment??

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Funny how tormenting Clinton with indictments for 8 years and threatening Obama with lawsuits and impeachment is ok for you nitwits.

But indict a conservative icon for clearly overstepping his authority, and you have a shitfit.

Bit of a double standard, eh Roxblow??

Your outrage is amusing and typical.
Grey Ghost

Berryville, VA

#1187121 Aug 17, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
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Listen goof ball, don't push your world view on me.
You are a total transparent ninny.
paddyomalley

Bastrop, TX

#1187122 Aug 17, 2014
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text> If you don't know, STFU & save your embarrassment.
As the famous saying goes, if a DA can't get a Ham sandwich indicted with their Grand Jury, they need to resign. The DA selects the grand jury based on interview questions and interviews before seating them. During the indictment process there is no requirement to have the target present; if the target is summoned they are not allowed to have an attorney present, and the rules of evidence are quite lax as even hearsay is admissible. This is purely political action by a drunk, but I can see you socialists like that kind of play. You're stupid Dave, real stupid..

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#1187123 Aug 17, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
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Another Progressive ignoring what the police chief stated. I even gave a link. The silly things Dave does in order to snark
You're lying again, Roxblow.

""After identifying the officer, Jackson detailed a robbery and released a police report identifying Brown as a suspect. At a separate news conference later in the day, Jackson said the robbery was unrelated; when asked why the police released the robbery information to begin with, Jackson said that it was in response to media requests.

At the afternoon news conference, Jackson provided a reason for the encounter. He said that the confrontation occurred because Brown and a friend were walking in the street and “blocking traffic.” This account matches what Dorian Johnson, the friend who was with Brown at the time, has said in multiple interviews.""

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""What happened to the box of Swisher Sweets?

Per Matt Yglesias, if Brown was a suspect in a robbery, why wasn’t his accomplice Dorian Johnson arrested and charged rather than allowed to escape and appear in multiple television news interviews?

Was Johnson lying when he claimed that Wilson approached him and Brown not to question or arrest them for robbery but to tell them to “get the fuck onto the sidewalk”?

We don’t know because Jackson says he “cannot discuss the investigation about the attempted apprehension of the suspect in that strong-arm robbery. That goes to the county prosecutor’s office.”

I’m sure there are more questions. This is just for starters. But it smells very bad when a police department refuses to release any information about a deadly officer-involved shooting, unleashing five days of madness, and then reverses course to assure the public that Brown was a menacing, cigar-stealing thug.""

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paddyomalley

Bastrop, TX

#1187125 Aug 17, 2014
Nuculur option wrote:
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Speaking of using legal actions for political reasons..........
Do you approve of Boehner suing Obama??
How about the nitwits calling for his impeachment??
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Funny how tormenting Clinton with indictments for 8 years and threatening Obama with lawsuits and impeachment is ok for you nitwits.
But indict a conservative icon for clearly overstepping his authority, and you have a shitfit.
Bit of a double standard, eh Roxblow??
Your outrage is amusing and typical.
He didn't overstep his authority, stupid. Obama has threatened vetos, but Harry Reid has held the bills and in fact did illegal vetos. Perry has the Texas Constitution as well as the US Constitution to veto bills he doesn't like and the only reason he needs is he doesn't like them.

So are you a liar, or just stupid?

Since: Sep 10

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#1187126 Aug 17, 2014
RealDave wrote:
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I saw a news conference where the police chief clearly said the officer had no knowledge of the robbery.
"Update (3:15 p.m.): Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson held a second press conference this afternoon, where he said that the robbery was not related to the confrontation between Brown and Wilson. Jackson said the officer stopped Brown because he was in the street blocking traffic, and did not know about the robbery or that Brown might be a suspect."
http://www.thewire.com/national/2014/08/fergu...
Roxblow is making shit up again..

Now she claims the cop saw the cigars during the stop.

But nobody has said where these alleged cigars are!!

Why wasn't the other kid arrested if the cop suspected a robbery??

Again, Roxblow is creating shit out of thin air.

Since: Sep 10

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#1187127 Aug 17, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
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Why didn't you scroll down to this?
"Update (7:21 p.m.): It appears that Chief Jackson's story has evolved once again. Jackson told the St. Louis Post Dispatch on Friday that Wilson stopped Brown and Johnson because they were walking in the street, and not because he thought he was a suspect in the robbery. However, after stopping him, Wilson noticed that Brown was carrying cigars and then realized he might be the robber."
A pure lie. From the lying police chief who is going to lose his job when this is over.

If that were true, the other kid would be in jail, not talking to lawyers and the press. DUH

Since: Apr 09

Elmont, Long Island NY

#1187128 Aug 17, 2014
RoxLo wrote:
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So sad that Dave is left with making dumb comments.
Here is the quote again...
"“Because they were walking down the middle of the street blocking traffic.” Jackson later said that "at some point" during the encounter, the officer saw the cigars in Brown's hands and thought he might be a suspect."
Why you are having so many problems understanding this is your problem
What I have a problem with is that it took days for the police chief to come up with this alibi. Why didn't this story line come out at the very beginning.

The strong arm robbery occurred 15 minutes before the stop. I very much doubt that the officer involved in the shooting even knew about the robbery.

IMO, this is just the police trying to cover their butts.

but regardless of anything, even if their was a struggle for the police officer's gun, Brown was running away, once he was shot, he turned around, got on his kneesand put up his hands. The offficer proceeded to shoot him multiple times.

Theofficere lost it, plain and simple.

Since: Sep 10

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#1187129 Aug 17, 2014
Rick Perry said:

"We don't settle political differences with indictments in this country,"

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Funny how Repugnetards don't practice what they preach.

They indicted Clinton for purely political differences..........

They're suing Obama for purely political differences..........

Since: Apr 09

Elmont, Long Island NY

#1187131 Aug 17, 2014
paddyomalley wrote:
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He didn't overstep his authority, stupid. Obama has threatened vetos, but Harry Reid has held the bills and in fact did illegal vetos. Perry has the Texas Constitution as well as the US Constitution to veto bills he doesn't like and the only reason he needs is he doesn't like them.
So are you a liar, or just stupid?
Geesh, you are dumber than shinola. No one is arguing that Perry has the right to veto a bill. What the charges are, from a grand jury in a conservative state is that you can't use the veto power as coercion to get the DA to resign

Coercion
the practice of persuading someone to do something by using force or threats.
is the practice of forcing another party to act in an involuntary manner by use of intimidation or threats or some other form of pressure or force

Since: Sep 10

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#1187132 Aug 17, 2014
paddyomalley wrote:
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He didn't overstep his authority, stupid. Obama has threatened vetos, but Harry Reid has held the bills and in fact did illegal vetos. Perry has the Texas Constitution as well as the US Constitution to veto bills he doesn't like and the only reason he needs is he doesn't like them.
So are you a liar, or just stupid?
Tell that to the folks who indicted Perry.

They clearly felt he overstepped his authority, and it wil be resolved in Court.

They're fellow Texans, I think!!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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""Grand jurors in Travis County charged Mr. Perry with abusing his official capacity and coercing a public servant, according to Michael McCrum, the special prosecutor assigned to the case.

The long-simmering case has centered on Mr. Perry’s veto power as governor. His critics asserted that he used that power as leverage to try to get an elected official — Rosemary Lehmberg, the district attorney in Travis County — to step down after her arrest on a drunken-driving charge last year. Ms. Lehmberg is Austin’s top prosecutor and oversees a powerful public corruption unit that investigates state, local and federal officials; its work led to the 2005 indictment of a former Republican congressman, Tom DeLay, on charges of violating campaign finance laws.""

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Perry was trying to get even for Ms. Lehmberg bringing down Tom DeLay.

If you're too stupid to figure that out, it's because you're from TX.
Grey Ghost

Berryville, VA

#1187133 Aug 17, 2014
Nuculur option wrote:
Rick Perry said:
"We don't settle political differences with indictments in this country,"
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Funny how Repugnetards don't practice what they preach.
They indicted Clinton for purely political differences..........
They're suing Obama for purely political differences..........
Good point and so true, Waa, waa, whenever a dose of their own medicine comes along.
Mugsy

United States

#1187134 Aug 17, 2014
Nuculur option wrote:
Rick Perry said:
"We don't settle political differences with indictments in this country,"
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Funny how Repugnetards don't practice what they preach.
They indicted Clinton for purely political differences..........
They're suing Obama for purely political differences..........
What I find is that you seem to think gestural politics is completely unique to one side of the aisle. While you could very well be right that they are doing it for political purposes, please stop pretending like the Democrats don't do that.

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