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#83 Mar 10, 2013
guesT wrote:
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Great answer but without substance. The statement of one is not the statement of all. If one memeber of your family states that they hate blacks does that automatically mean all of your family must also be black haters because one member does?
Give me names of pro choice tea baggers.

Give me names of the tea baggers that's for planned parenthood.

Give me names of the tea bagger who was NOT against cutting back hours for people to vote.

Give me names from the tea baggers that's against gerrymander

Give me names or any tea party member that might in any way dose Not want a theocracy government. I'll be here till supper.
guesT

Fairview Heights, IL

#84 Mar 10, 2013
What's for supper? All of them except a few.

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#85 Mar 10, 2013
guesT wrote:
What's for supper? All of them except a few.
I must look up a few. I never heard of him.

My wife put a roast in the crock pot before she went to church this morning. I think we may take pictures of it since we may not have it any more. I know this cause she talk about how much it use to cost 30 years ago.
jesuswasliberal

Union, MO

#87 Apr 20, 2013
http://politix.topix.com/homepage/5698-muslim...

On Wednesday Heba Abolaban was harassed and intimidated by a man who blamed her for the Boston bombings. She was wearing a hijab, the Muslim headscarf, and pushing a stroller with her 9-month-old baby daughter.

"He was screaming 'F___ you Muslims! You are terrorists! I hate you! You are involved in the Boston explosions! F___ you!'" said Abolaban, who is a 26-year-old medical doctor from Syria.

"I was so afraid he might hurt my baby," she told the Boston Globe.

She reported the incident to the Malden police. "They were there within two minutes. They were so kind. They were so helpful," she told the Globe.

Meanwhile in NYC, a Bangladeshi man was beaten up by men whom the NYPost describes as "thugs" and "idiots."
"One of the guys asked if I was Arab. I just shook my head, said like,'Yeah, whatever,'" Faruque said. He turned to head back inside as one of the men snarled, "Yeah, he's a f--king Arab," and the gang pounced, punching him on the head and body, dislocating his left shoulder and leaving him semiconscious.
Such attacks could be made more likely by anti-Muslim diatribes by the likes of Pamela Gellar, whose unpleasant article "Jihad Comes to Boston" received a lot of attention after the bombing. The suspects are now known to be caucasian Muslims, which sadly may also be cited as a motive for attacks on innocent Muslim Americans.

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#88 Apr 21, 2013
See the thing is Comrade believe's in Rupert Murdoch's lies in his tabloid newspapers and media networks. He can point the finger and blame the entire society but when the finger is pointed back at him for the same accusation, oh well they're wrong and sinners.

This is what you call a "true hypocrite" who lacked in not only common sense but education as well.

How long has this thread been in Topix? 3 years and he constantly keeps coming back to it. This is a sign or a radical paranoia schizophrenic.

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#89 Apr 24, 2013
Due to Obama Inc’s refusal to treat the surviving Boston bomber as an enemy combatant, we’ll never know for certain whether the Muslim Boston bombers were working alone or associated with a terrorist group. And even the term ‘working alone’ is a misnomer considering that they got their bombmaking training and their propaganda from Jihadist sites that exist to enable detached ‘lone wolf’ affiliates to carry out their attacks.


If Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had died, the way his brother had, then the question of motive would be buried under the usual random killer excuses. Unfortunately for the Terrorism Denial Camp, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has already given the usual Islamic excuse. Not Islam as a secondary motive, but as a primary motive. That old chestnut defending Islam.

Preliminary interviews with Dzhokhar Tsarnaev indicate the two brothers fit the classification of self-radicalized jihadists, the source said. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, wounded and held in a Boston hospital, said his brother wanted to defend Islam from attack, according to the source.

Who at the Boston Marathon was attacking Islam? Was a 8-year-old boy at war with Islam?

To attack Islam is to prevent it from expanding. To be a non-Muslim is to be at war with Islam. To defend Islam is to kill non-Muslims.

In Islam, attack is indistinguishable from defense. To be a non-Muslim who insists on self-rule is to obstruct the peace of Islam. There can be no peace in the world as long as non-Muslims rule themselves in the Dar Al-Harb, rather than live as second class Dhimmis within the Dar-Al-Islam.

Islam is an identity. It treats any obstacles, including passive and unknowing obstacles, as active resistance. The active practice of any religion other than Islam is an attack on Islam. That is why Mohammed ordered the purge of Christians and Jews from territory under his control on his deathbed. In Egypt and elsewhere under Islamist rule, his followers are finishing the process.

The ultimate goal of the Salafist armies is to destroy every single non-Muslim, and for that matter Shiite, within their territories.

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#90 Apr 25, 2013
ComradeWinston wrote:
Due to Obama Inc’s refusal to treat the surviving Boston bomber as an enemy combatant
He's a United States citizen. I thought conservatives were "constitutionalists. " Just when do you think it is okay to ignore or override the Constitution? When it's convenient?

Besides, the Constitution doesn't just apply to citizens of the United States. It applies to anyone within our borders, or that we capture and choose to prosecute.

From the Declaration of Independence: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that ALL men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

http://www.bluecarp.com/2012/01/us-constituti...

The U.S. Constitution applies to citizens and non-citizens alike. Check the text.

The notion that the U.S. Constitution only protects U.S. citizens is palpably false. It is an indictment of our education system that any American could think such an outrageous thing.

The drafters of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights were educated men. They chose their words carefully. They debated over precise word choice. One can assume every word they chose was done with a purpose.

The Constitution and the first ten amendments distinguish between the concept of "people/persons" and the concept of "citizen." For example, Article I, Section 3, says "No Person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty Years, and been nine Years a Citizen of the United States...".

A "person" is therefore different from a "citizen." Everyone is a person, but only some are citizens.

This distinction is seen again in Article II, Section 1: "No Person except a natural born Citizen ... shall be eligible to the Office of President." Again, you may be a person, but you can't be President unless you are also a citizen. The drafters of the Constitution knew when they wanted it to apply to people and when they wanted it to apply only to citizens.

The first two paragraphs of Article IV, Section 2, clearly distinguish between "citizen" and "person." It reads:

The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States.
A Person charged in any State with Treason, Felony, or other Crime, who shall flee from Justice, and be found in another State, shall on Demand of the executive Authority of the State from which he fled, be delivered up, to be removed to the State having Jurisdiction of the Crime.

Therefore, only citizens are entitled to "privileges and immunities" but all persons charged with a crime who then cross state lines shall "be delivered up." It does not matter if you are a citizen or not if you are a fugitive. Of course that makes sense.

The point, however, is that the Constitution and its Amendments clearly distinguish between "citizen" and "persons." "Citizen" means those either born in the United States (and subject to the jurisdiction thereof) or naturalized. "Persons" and "people" mean everyone.

For instance, the First Amendment states that "Congress shall make no law ... abridging ... the right of the people peaceably to assemble...". The First Amendment therefore grants to all people the same protection against certain congressional action, regardless of citizenship status.

The Fourth Amendment, likewise, applies to the "people," and not just citizens. It reads: "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated ...".

CONTINUED IN NEXT POST:

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#91 Apr 25, 2013
Likewish, the Fifth Amendment:

No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime,... nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.

And the Sixth Amendment:

In all criminal prosecutions, the accused [not just citizens] shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.

The notion that the U.S. Constitution does not apply to non-citizens is incorrect. It even applies to those in the country illegally. For instance, the government cannot keep an illegal alien locked up indefinitely. An undocumented worker will still get an attorney appointed to him if charged with a crime. I hope this little blog post helps alleviate that misconception.

In light of the War on Terror, the Patriot Act and the recently passed NDAA, among other legislation, it appears the Constitution doesn't even apply to citizens any longer.

And that is sad.

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#92 Apr 25, 2013
More from the above conservative/libertarian website:

What vision of America do you prefer?
One where natural rights are incorporated in the Constitution and those accused by the government, including Chechens accused of blowing up innocent people, have those rights defended to the fullest by lawyers?

Or do you prefer an America where such an accused is given a perfunctory show trial without rights and then summarily executed, because terrorists don't have any rights?

As far as I'm concerned, anyone who prefers that second vision should take down their Gadsden flags and Molon Labe stickers because they don't understand what they mean.

And, then, when your flag is folded and put away, and your stickers are peeled off, may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.

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#93 Apr 25, 2013
The FBI was in the process of questioning the defendant about his future plans for murdering more Americans and terrorizing the nation. He was describing plans to drive to Times Square and set off the remaining three bombs they were lugging around in the car. Thanks to Eric Holder and the AG office, they were interrupted and the terrorist was read his Miranda rights. He was told he had the right to remain silent, and he chose to do just that. The FBI questioning came to an abrupt end.

There is an exception to the Miranda rule if lives are at stake. It can be delayed until after questioning for the protection of the nation.

All you described above is true. It would have been nice to finish the questioning and find out what the terrorist knew before playing the "political correctness" card, as allowed by the law.
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#94 Apr 25, 2013
All that is mute Carlton when you have a traitor to his country and you have an attorney general who has the balls to charge him as a traitor. He has admitted to the Boston carnage and also said they were planning to do the same in Times Sqaure in New York City. That is the problem now days. Noone has the balls to do what needs to be done to confront this terrorism ignorance. All excuses and no action. Ridiculous

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#95 Apr 25, 2013
Idiotic actions like this by Eric Holder are why we have been hit five times by terrorists under the Obama regime.

Unless you are a white Christian southerner, Obama/ Holder Don't think you are terrorist material. Muslim extremists are above suspicion to Big Sis, Holder and Obama. They cringe everytime they get caught in the act of jihad.

Makes one wonder which side they're on.
jesuswasliberal

Union, MO

#96 Apr 25, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
More from the above conservative/libertarian website:
What vision of America do you prefer?
One where natural rights are incorporated in the Constitution and those accused by the government, including Chechens accused of blowing up innocent people, have those rights defended to the fullest by lawyers?
Or do you prefer an America where such an accused is given a perfunctory show trial without rights and then summarily executed, because terrorists don't have any rights?
As far as I'm concerned, anyone who prefers that second vision should take down their Gadsden flags and Molon Labe stickers because they don't understand what they mean.
And, then, when your flag is folded and put away, and your stickers are peeled off, may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.
I think it's obvious the teabaggers like to pick and choose what parts of the Constitution should be observed.

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#97 Apr 25, 2013
Personally,I could care less if he's tried in a civilian court or a military tribunal. I think justice will be served either way. The constitution allows for questioning if the public is at risk.

Protecting the public and affording rights to the terrorist are not incompatible actions. What ever happened to common sense. Get yourself some.

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#98 Apr 26, 2013
Indonesia Frees Muslim Terrorist Who Beheaded 3 Christian Girls as “Ramadan Presents"

Technically Basri wasn’t freed. He was allowed to go home to visit his “sick wife” and then left unguarded for hours. In a completely inexplicable set of circumstances that the authorities could not have possibly imagined would occur… he escaped.


Basri should have received the death penalty for the murder of 3 Christian schoolgirls. The three girls, Theresia Morangke and Yarni Sambue, both 15, and 17-year-old Alfita Poliwo, had their heads cut off. One of the heads was placed in a bag along on the steps of a church along with a note reading,“We will murder 100 more Christian teenagers and their heads will be presented as presents.”

What did he mean by presents? Basri and his fellow Muslims were celebrating the end of the Islamic Ramadan.

It’s an event that Obama annually commemorates at the White House, but Basri really got into the spirit of the season.

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#99 Apr 27, 2013
ComradeWinston wrote:
Basri and his fellow Muslims were celebrating the end of the Islamic Ramadan.
It’s an event that Obama annually commemorates at the White House
As did his predecessor, George Bush, who called Islam a religion of peace and allowed a Saudi king to lead him around by the hand. Let's not be selective in our outrage.

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#100 Apr 28, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
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As did his predecessor, George Bush, who called Islam a religion of peace and allowed a Saudi king to lead him around by the hand. Let's not be selective in our outrage.
George Bush knew you had to mentally separate the radicalized Muslim extremists practicing jihadist from the garden variety who do not. Obama and crew refuse to make the distinction.

That's why we have been successfully hit five times in the past four years. In a lot of ways, we have reverted back to our pre 9/11 methods of intelligence gathering.
guest

Sainte Genevieve, MO

#101 Apr 28, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
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As did his predecessor, George Bush, who called Islam a religion of peace and allowed a Saudi king to lead him around by the hand. Let's not be selective in our outrage.
YOu forgot the part about Obama letting the Saudi king to lead him around on his knees. Yes tht selective outrage is coming through loud and clear Carlton.

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#102 May 1, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>YOu forgot the part about Obama letting the Saudi king to lead him around on his knees. Yes tht selective outrage is coming through loud and clear Carlton.
Umm... yeah, that happened. I could give two craps about Obama. Do you not understand that my post was in response to the Obama/Muslim hypocrisy charge while giving Bush a free pass? So, no my "outrage" was not selective; it was informative. You just failed the test. >.<

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#103 May 1, 2013
ComradeWinston wrote:
<quoted text>In a lot of ways, we have reverted back to our pre 9/11 methods of intelligence gathering.
Patriot Act still the law of the land. More abuses of executive power via the NDAA supported by both parties. I wish that was true. Pre-9/11 is what liberals and libertarians should be aiming for.

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