Florida Braces for Backlash

Florida Braces for Backlash

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Rodney King

Newark, NJ

#1 Jul 10, 2013
And for getting exactly whatit deseres if Zimmerman is aquitted. Batten down the hatches, Anita Bryant!
E Howard Hunt

Newark, NJ

#2 Jul 10, 2013
Ironic that the Kennedy killers of Fllrida will finally face justice from the black population under a black President
God

Meadville, PA

#3 Jul 10, 2013
OK. Welp, you're a lunatic.
Lee Harvey

Newark, NJ

#4 Jul 11, 2013
Not really. Large parts if not all of Florida. Is run by crazy right wing Cubans that came here to keep their own contrymen from giving them the firing squad this may have a good bit to do with how Zimmy was let off the hook at first due to Dads connections
Lee Harvey

Newark, NJ

#6 Jul 11, 2013
Zimmmys dad worked in foriegn serice and marriedtheperuian mother whilethere cia/southamerica connections = big pull in florida
Juan on Patrol

United States

#7 Jul 11, 2013
Lee Harvey wrote:
Not really. Large parts if not all of Florida. Is run by crazy right wing Cubans that came here to keep their own contrymen from giving them the firing squad this may have a good bit to do with how Zimmy was let off the hook at first due to Dads connections
Zimmy was let off the hook? One has to commit first in order to be let off the hook .....according to Floria law what George Zimmerman was justifiable, the fact Trayvon was killed is irrelevant.....
1. Yes it is sad a person dies young but being a dirt bag goblin has consequences.
2. Trayvon was most assuredly a street thug , read his web site to check out his attitude ....despite months of erasing material on his website there is still enough to establish who the real Trayvon really was.
You people who are trying to smear George Zimmerman & ignore what the law is in Florida & the facts already proven are pathetic.Really!was it OK for the Obama administration to have taken sides & help set up the demonstrations & near riots which took place.....here is a real crime which follows a long pattern of contempt for the people of this country & the Constitution which protects us all & you dimwits will continue to ignore this criminal behavior by the Obama administration?
In the unlikely event Zimmerman is found guilty of anything ....the actions taken by the Obama administration in violation of the Constitution & Zimme4rmans rights should provide all the evidence needed assure a new & fair trial.
Oh Brother

Erie, PA

#9 Jul 11, 2013
Juan on Patrol wrote:
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Zimmy was let off the hook? One has to commit first in order to be let off the hook .....according to Floria law what George Zimmerman was justifiable, the fact Trayvon was killed is irrelevant.....
1. Yes it is sad a person dies young but being a dirt bag goblin has consequences.
2. Trayvon was most assuredly a street thug , read his web site to check out his attitude ....despite months of erasing material on his website there is still enough to establish who the real Trayvon really was.
You people who are trying to smear George Zimmerman & ignore what the law is in Florida & the facts already proven are pathetic.Really!was it OK for the Obama administration to have taken sides & help set up the demonstrations & near riots which took place.....here is a real crime which follows a long pattern of contempt for the people of this country & the Constitution which protects us all & you dimwits will continue to ignore this criminal behavior by the Obama administration?
In the unlikely event Zimmerman is found guilty of anything ....the actions taken by the Obama administration in violation of the Constitution & Zimme4rmans rights should provide all the evidence needed assure a new & fair trial.
Trayvon was 17 years old. Were YOU "who you really were" at age 17? Then again, that is probably your problem. You got rich by stuffing lumps of coal up your ass and turning them into diamonds, never had any fun in your miserable life.
Oh Brother

Erie, PA

#10 Jul 11, 2013
A lot of people who had troubled youths lived to become outstanding contributors to society. Trayvon will never have that chance.

Oprah Winfrey rose from poverty and a troubled youth to become the most powerful and influential woman in television and, according to Forbes Magazine, the world's most highly paid entertainer. Though primarily recognized as a talk show hostess, Winfrey also produces and occasionally acts in television movies and feature films.

Winfrey's parents, who never married, were teens when she was born in rural Mississippi. She was originally named Orpah after a woman from the Book of Ruth but a spelling mistake on the birth certificate changed it to Oprah. She spent her childhood growing up in abject poverty on her deeply religious grandmother's farm. When she was older, Winfrey moved in with her mother in Milwaukee, WI. This proved a difficult time as Winfrey alleges she was repeatedly sexually molested by male relatives. Winfrey became a bit of a wild child during her early teens, experimenting with sex and drugs until the age of 14 when she gave birth to a premature baby. It died shortly after, and upon recovering, Winfrey chose to live with her father in Nashville. It was under his stern guidance that Winfrey found discipline, stability, and the inspiration to excel in school and change her life.

When she was 19, Winfrey became a part-time radio reporter for station WVOL, Nashville, and also began studying speech and performing arts at Tennessee State University. She dropped out in 1972 during her sophomore year to become an anchor at Nashville's WTVF-TV. She was the first black woman to hold that position. In 1976, she moved to WJZ-TV and after a stint as a reporter was promoted to co-anchor. Two years after her arrival, Winfrey was slotted (with some trepidation by producers who weren't sure how audiences would respond to a host who was neither white nor thin) to host their talk show People Are Talking. Their worries were unfounded for the charming, empathetic Winfrey's show was a hit and remained so for eight years.
Oh Brother

Erie, PA

#11 Jul 11, 2013
Also Known As: George Herman Ruth Jr., Sultan of Swat, the Home Run King, Bambino, the Babe

Young Babe Ruth Gets Into Trouble

Babe Ruth, born as George Herman Ruth Jr., and his sister Mamie were the only two of George and Kate Ruth's eight children to survive childhood. George's parents worked long hours running a bar and so little George ran the streets of Baltimore, Maryland getting into trouble.
When Babe was seven years old, his parents sent their "incorrigible" son to St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys. With only a few exceptions, George lived at this reformatory school until he was 19 years old.

Who they were

Erie, PA

#12 Jul 11, 2013
This former teen idol makes many of us swoon with his smoldering good looks but he’s also another one of the Hollywood stars with a troubled past. Depp’s father’s job required that he and his family move frequently which had a huge impact on Johnny and his family. He described himself as very withdrawn, odd and started experimenting with drugs and alcohol at an early age as a result of family problems. Depp reports engaging in self-harm and often locked himself in his room to play the guitar. Despite his rough start, Depp remains one of the most in-demand actors and has won countless awards for his roles.
Dirtbags

Erie, PA

#13 Jul 11, 2013
A troubled past as a youth did not deter George Foreman from becoming one of the greatest boxers — and most well-known salesmen - of all time.

Foreman was raised in Houston's Fifth Ward, where he began slipping into a life of crime as a teenager. Boxing transformed him into a world-class athlete and, eventually, an entrepreneur and philanthropist.

As an amateur boxer, Foreman won gold in the heavyweight division at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.

In 1973, Foreman defeated Joe Frazier to become the WBA and WBC heavyweight champion. The next year he suffered his first career loss to Muhammad Ali in their famous "Rumble in the Jungle."
just the way YOU are

Erie, PA

#14 Jul 11, 2013
"hey, old man, how can you stand to think that way..."

God

Meadville, PA

#15 Jul 11, 2013
white kid who embraces hip-hop culture and clothing, smokes dope, gets into fights at school ='just going through a phase'

black kid who embraces hip-hop culture and clothing, smokes dope, gets into fights at school = thug
St Larry the Godless

Erie, PA

#16 Jul 11, 2013
Gotta love the black racists posting here. Obviously they can't see through their own Section 8 windows at the reality the black culture has become.
Homey the Clown

Newark, NJ

#17 Jul 11, 2013
St Larry the Godless wrote:
Gotta love the black racists posting here. Obviously they can't see through their own Section 8 windows at the reality the black culture has become.
you will share a cell with Zimmy, turning tricks for hand rolled cigarettes
doggman

South Hadley, MA

#20 Jul 12, 2013
Bring it.
God

Meadville, PA

#22 Jul 12, 2013
skip the pee pee wrote:
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I've never heard anyone say they hate only when black people sag their pants.
Really? What do people say the white saggy pants wearers look like? Clue: starts with an 'n'...
skip the pee pee wrote:
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And look at the success of Eminem. He isn't a star because whites like his wigger ways. The amazing thing his star got hitched to was because he was accepted by blacks even though white. Right?
He was accepted by the hip hop community, black and white, because he had great skills.
Juan on Patrol

Erie, PA

#23 Jul 12, 2013
Oh Brother wrote:
<quoted text>Trayvon was 17 years old. Were YOU "who you really were" at age 17? Then again, that is probably your problem. You got rich by stuffing lumps of coal up your ass and turning them into diamonds, never had any fun in your miserable life.
Where was I at 17? In school getting an education & working part time. I spent my spare time with friends.I was not into drugs, crime e, street thuggery or gangs.
Miserable life....Hardly!
Juan on Patrol

Erie, PA

#24 Jul 12, 2013
OK Oh Brother .....Here is another success story ...A Black Construction worker from Detroit who I worked with here in Erie man years ago. Semi literate,born & raised in the South & moved to Detroit to find some success in life.He fathered 8 children & funneled every penny he made back to Detroit to support & educate his children.
I worked side by side with him digging ditch`s laying pipe & sharing the workload. He came to be a very good friend & we got along well .I learned a lot from him about life in general.
His name was Willy Lufton, his success was never abandoning his children ....all 8 went on to college because he made sure the money was there for them, his duty as a father was something took seriously.
That was many years ago, Willy is gone now & I think of him often, he was my valued friend, I respected him,I miss him ....I will never forget him as long as I live.
willy

Lyndora, PA

#25 Jul 12, 2013
Juan on Patrol wrote:
OK Oh Brother .....Here is another success story ...A Black Construction worker from Detroit who I worked with here in Erie man years ago. Semi literate,born & raised in the South & moved to Detroit to find some success in life.He fathered 8 children & funneled every penny he made back to Detroit to support & educate his children.
I worked side by side with him digging ditch`s laying pipe & sharing the workload. He came to be a very good friend & we got along well .I learned a lot from him about life in general.
His name was Willy Lufton, his success was never abandoning his children ....all 8 went on to college because he made sure the money was there for them, his duty as a father was something took seriously.
That was many years ago, Willy is gone now & I think of him often, he was my valued friend, I respected him,I miss him ....I will never forget him as long as I live.
I hated your cracker ass. I always wondered how the hell a white guy got stuck with the same shit jobs as me.

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