You're right. Psychopaths aren't capable of any thought that would be considered conscionable.<quoted text>
You really are a sucker if you believe I was having any type of court flash back.
#45237 Jul 26, 2013
#45238 Jul 26, 2013
Other than making an ass of herself when Carry Underwood won CMA Female Vocalist of the Year in 06. Faith was headed towards the stage when they called out Carrie's name instead of hers. She was on camera turning and stumping off saying "Are you f--king kidding me". Awkward moment.
#45239 Jul 26, 2013
I know you feel like you need to be on the opposite side of each argument bc you cannot allow yourself to agree or allow a decent conversation between people without drama to happen, but zip it.
#45240 Jul 27, 2013
Thanks for this one although it is not surprising in the least and quite honestly was expected. What was it he said in his book... something like:
"I will stand with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction."
#45241 Jul 27, 2013
Doesn't surprise me here at all. Obama's enemy list is twice as long as Nixons was and now his damage control is out of control, lol.
#45242 Jul 27, 2013
I sure have and still no proof to back up his lies but... that's the reason, they're lies from a typical progressive dirtbag that's all bark and no bite just like his Idol, Anthony Weiner.
#45243 Jul 27, 2013
"So What" and "WFO" both make snarkie remarks towards TAMARA who is the most non-confrontational poster here.
Doesn't make any sense at all other than what you have stated, typical animals.
#45244 Jul 27, 2013
This must have been at the airport when he was on his way to Chicago to do his taping on the Jerry Springer Show, shown here at this link...
#45245 Jul 27, 2013
I agree, it sure does, lol.
#45246 Jul 27, 2013
Exactly and why I wanted to post it here in its entirety. I would have done the exact same thing as Zimmerman without a doubt.
Go to that same link and on page 12, read the article you posted about the 2 american negro boys that shot the baby, told from a Blackmans perspective.
Blacks could really learn alot from this guy but... as we both know, most would just call him an Uncle Tom and shrug it off although he makes a very valid point in how this media has become.
#45247 Jul 27, 2013
I see you noticed that too. That's why I didn't feel a response was not needed on that one. He is just typical trailer park trash full of butthurt, lol.
His/her posts speak for themself.
#45248 Jul 27, 2013
All days that end with "Y" are the same for me since I moved up here to the lake, lol. In other words everyday is a holiday. No, I did not watch it although I agree she is is as good as ever.
#45249 Jul 27, 2013
Heated exchanges highlight hearing in Zimmerman case...
During a hearing in a Seminole County courtroom Thursday morning, the judge in the case denied a defense motion to keep several witnesses anonymous. And then the hearing grew heated as both sides argued over whether or not the prosecution had hidden evidence from the defense.
In the hearing, the defense told the judge it needs more time to prepare because of the state's alleged discovery violations and alleged lies to the court. But Circuit Judge Debra Nelson shut down the defense hearing on whether the state should face sanctions when the defense called prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda to the witness stand.
"I call Bernie de la Rionda," said Zimmerman attorney Mark O'Mara.
"I'm not going to testify," said de la Rionda.
At that point Nelson stopped the sanction hearing.
During testimony over sanctions, de la Rionda's own information technology director testified that de la Rionda seemed indecisive about whether he was going to turn over reports generated by the IT director on photos of guns, drugs and naked, underage girls, and texts on Martin's cellphone to the defense.
Normally soft-spoken defense attorney Don West raised his voice and lashed out at de la Rionda.
"We caught you withholding the information, confronted you about it and we still haven't gotten that information," said West.
#45250 Jul 27, 2013
A State Attorney's Office employee has been fired after testifying about concerns that prosecutors didn't turn over photos and text messages from Trayvon Martin's cellphone to the defense in George Zimmerman's murder case. Kruidbos retrieved photos and deleted text messages from Martin's cellphone and testified during a hearing June 6. Zimmerman's attorneys were seeking sanctions against the state for not properly turning over the evidence from Martin's phone.
Judge Debra Nelson said she would revisit the matter at the trial's end.
The Florida Civil Rights Organization said Friday night it is calling on State Attorney Angela Corey to rehire Kruidbos and condemns Corey's decision to fire him. FCRA president J. Willie David said in the release the public must have trust in its state attorneys and that the rules of discovery allows a level playing field for all sides.
"The firing of Ben Kruidbos by State Attorney Corey is a disturbing trend toward persecuting those who dare to speak out to protect our system of government for fairness and justice," said FCRA civil rights attorney Shayan Elahi in the release. "Far too many cases have been revisited and overturned because the justice system has suppressed evidence or has purposely cast victims or defendants in a false light."
#45251 Jul 27, 2013
Posting LINKS doesn't prove anything.
And yes, I've posted lots of links.
For your type it's a misplaced effort, obviously.
Unless you've never traveled outside the US and Mexico,
you'd have to agree that America ain't the greatest
country. Europe and Canada beat this place.
Here we have, well, you.
#45252 Jul 27, 2013
Man says 'stand your ground' law saved his life...
Just about 24 hours ago, a local man didn't know if he would be leaving the Duval County Courthouse a free man.
He faced three years in prison on an aggravated assault charge. His attorney said he simply stood his ground. And Thursday, a jury agreed.
The charge stemmed from a May 2011 confrontation in the parking lot of the Jacksonville Beach Pier. A local man was left beaten and bloody after a fist fight.
He pulled his gun and was arrested. But his attorney, Lee Lockett, says that should have never happened. "My client was simply trying to get through the parking lot. He was viciously attacked by the alleged victim," he said. The case went to trial this week, where Lockett says he was able to prove this was a clear case of self-defense, a case where his client stood his ground. He never fired his weapon.
"The citizen has to be acting in a lawful manner," said Lockett. "They have to be in a place that they have a right to be in. And they have to be in a lawful possession of a firearm." Despite the bad press the law has gotten recently, Lockett says in this case, it did exactly what it was designed to do, protect a man who was under attack.
"The 'stand your ground' law was not enacted so that citizens can run around and become gun-toting, gun-wielding outlaws," said Lockett. "His goal was to get these guys away from the scene and to secure the scene. And that's what the law was enacted to do. And that's why the jury found him not guilty." Lockett says the jury only deliberated for three minutes.
The 'stand your ground' law was enacted in Florida in 2005. Since the death of Trayvon Martin, and the acquittal of his shooter, George Zimmerman, there have been calls to have it amended or repealed.
#45253 Jul 27, 2013
And then the judge farted.
Endless meaningless details.
The trials over.
#45254 Jul 27, 2013
Was over until... Obama heard the verdict and instructed Eric Holder to find a way to get Zimmerman under Federal Law because he wants revenge for his make believe son, Treyvon you idiot!
#45255 Jul 27, 2013
And HE/SHE/IT-SO WHAT where did you get your info about people making money off their health ins? And the info that Medicare had no deductible as a supplement insurance? Did you pull all this info out of your little toe nail? You never brought any proof to the posting of your statements. I know you just made it up. You are either to lazy or stupid to find any proof of what you are posting . Thanks for 'PROVING MY POINT'!
#45256 Jul 27, 2013
Federal investigators want the public's help as they try to decide whether George Zimmerman violated Trayvon Martin's civil rights, but Channel 9 learned Sanford's mayor has a big problem with how the feds are collecting tips.
The email address justice officials created reads [email protected]
Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett believes that email address indirectly blames the entire city for what happened to Martin, despite all their work to get rid of the stigma.
A jury on Saturday acquitted Zimmerman of second-degree murder charges in Martin's shooting death.
Channel 9's Karla Ray got a copy of the letter Triplett sent to Washington, D.C., demanding the email address be changed.
"It's just absolutely wrong. I'm outraged," said Triplett.
The Department of Justice's Twitter account announced the email address on Wednesday, and they're using the account to field tips in the case in order to determine whether Zimmerman broke any civil rights laws.
Like I said Douchbag aka: WarForOil, WAS OVER... until Obama and Eric Holder decided differently you ignorant assclown!
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