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Just sayin

Ashburn, VA

#46761 Apr 15, 2014
Not true Roo, I never enjoy a story involving gun violence. I mean what I say. I don't secretly wish the environment will be destroyed, or for gun violence, or that people will be discriminated against, all for just a big old "told you so." I would rather it not happen.
Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#46762 Apr 15, 2014
fitness-guru wrote:
i think obama / sharpton/ jackson / and nancy grace dont want you liberals to know this stuff is going on. they only prefer you hear about the white crackers going nuts.
Speaking of Sharpton, the libbys are getting their panties in a bunch over Cliven Bundy's failure to pay back grazing fees, but where is the outrage over Sharpton's failure to pay back taxes? AND OBAMA EVEN ATTENDED SHARPTON'S NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK CONFERENCE!!
http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/obama-headlin...
Adolf Schicklgruber

Washington, WV

#46763 Apr 15, 2014
"The better question is, is there any chance that the democrats won't jump to conclusions and accuse the shooter of being a right wing extremist?"

Dude, word up, the shooter was a Grand Dragon in the KKK, an old white guy who shouted Heil Hitler when arrested.

Yep, he is a racist p.o.s.
Just sayin

Ashburn, VA

#46764 Apr 15, 2014
Al sharpton didn't have an armed militia standing up to the government to not pay the back taxes.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#46765 Apr 15, 2014
Mgtn Res wrote:
<quoted text>
Speaking of Sharpton, the libbys are getting their panties in a bunch over Cliven Bundy's failure to pay back grazing fees, but where is the outrage over Sharpton's failure to pay back taxes? AND OBAMA EVEN ATTENDED SHARPTON'S NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK CONFERENCE!!
http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/obama-headlin...
i sure would like to see the ratings on that t.v. show. what a joke. who would watch it ? is the sharpton national action network all about income redistrybution ?
George

Charleston, WV

#46766 Apr 15, 2014
Just sayin wrote:
<quoted text> It's already illegal.
And yet it still happened. So it takes a real genius to think making more things illegal will stop these things from happening.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#46767 Apr 15, 2014
yes, i guess people who want free stuff would watch.
George

Charleston, WV

#46768 Apr 15, 2014
Just sayin wrote:
Al sharpton didn't have an armed militia standing up to the government to not pay the back taxes.
The government didnt come and try and take Sharptons livelihood, AKA his race baiting tongue. Even then he wouldnt have any guns unless he called in his gang banging constituents cause nanny state pansy asses are scared of guns.
George

Charleston, WV

#46769 Apr 15, 2014
Mgtn Res wrote:
<quoted text>
The better question is, is there any chance that the democrats won't jump to conclusions and accuse the shooter of being a right wing extremist?
They will blame the gun and Fox news and demand both be banned.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#46770 Apr 15, 2014
Just sayin wrote:
Al sharpton didn't have an armed militia standing up to the government to not pay the back taxes.
you dam straight he didnt. you think militia members are friends of his ?
Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#46771 Apr 15, 2014
Adolf Shitgulper wrote:
"The better question is, is there any chance that the democrats won't jump to conclusions and accuse the shooter of being a right wing extremist?"
Dude, word up, the shooter was a Grand Dragon in the KKK, an old white guy who shouted Heil Hitler when arrested.
Yep, he is a racist p.o.s.
Hey, the KKK is a democrat organization. Like it or not, Democrats are the party of racism.
Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#46772 Apr 15, 2014
fitness-guru wrote:
<quoted text>i sure would like to see the ratings on that t.v. show. what a joke. who would watch it ? is the sharpton national action network all about income redistrybution ?
The NAN is about Obama's two favorite subjects: Race baiting and Wealth Redistribution.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#46773 Apr 15, 2014
Just sayin wrote:
Not true Roo, I never enjoy a story involving gun violence. I mean what I say. I don't secretly wish the environment will be destroyed, or for gun violence, or that people will be discriminated against, all for just a big old "told you so." I would rather it not happen.
do you own weapons ? whats your position on gun control.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#46774 Apr 15, 2014
what do you think of posting gun owners names and addresses in the newspaper ?
Just sayin

Ashburn, VA

#46775 Apr 15, 2014
Why is it that you consider me a coward because I don't need a gun to feel safe at home or to go out into the world?
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George

Charleston, WV

#46777 Apr 15, 2014
What I learned as a liberal talking head on Fox News

For a radical progressive who once harbored negative stereotypes about folks on the right, it was a turning point for me: Though Sean Hannity or Sarah Palin and I disagree profoundly on politics – they're personable, kind, and human. If you want to persuade people, you can’t demonize them.

Christian Science Monitor
By Sally Kohn 11 hours ago

In the fall of 2013, I gave a TED talk on what I learned as a progressive, on-air talking head at Fox News, where I worked for two years before leaving and joining my current home, CNN. After all, one of the most frequent questions I was asked during my time at Fox was how I did it, how I was a fox in the henhouse – or a hen in the Fox house, if you will.

The questions came mostly from fellow liberals who had not watched much Fox News but had seen the most outlandish clips of Bill O'Reilly or Sean Hannity that had made it to "The Daily Show" or YouTube. They perhaps imagined that walking down the hallway outside makeup, Mr. O'Reilly might yell then, too, instead of just saying hello. That's a funny notion, but it couldn't be further from the truth.

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My time at Fox News was marked by meeting and working with some of the kindest, smartest, and most talented people I've had the pleasure of meeting in life. As I said in my TED talk, Sean Hannity is one of the sweetest people you'll ever meet – and even now that I've parted ways with Fox, he remains a good friend and mentor.

For a radical progressive who once harbored negative stereotypes about folks on the right, it was a turning point for me to meet people such as Mr. Hannity, Karl Rove, Monica Crowley, Sarah Palin, and so many others, and see that – though we certainly disagree profoundly on political issues – they're personable and kind and human. Just like me.

It's strange to suggest that a seemingly simple realization such as that is in fact a profound revelation, but in our hyperpartisan era, when we often vilify the other side as being less-than-human, it is.

http://news.yahoo.com/learned-liberal-talking...
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fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#46780 Apr 15, 2014
Just sayin wrote:
Why is it that you consider me a coward because I don't need a gun to feel safe at home or to go out into the world?
i take it you live in a gated safe neighborthood with security driving around.
Just sayin

Ashburn, VA

#46781 Apr 15, 2014
I don't care if you guys have guns, I don't think you fit the profile at all of someone who would commit these kinds of crimes. Just wish we could agree on some way to make it more difficult for the shootings to occur.
George

Charleston, WV

#46782 Apr 15, 2014
ANd this is what I been tryng to tell people like Bacon and Spacey all along. Their hostility and arrogance does more damage to the Democrats than any Republican even could. I started speaking up in here because the hostility and rudeness shown by the Obamazombies was deplorable(righties do it also). They are their own worst enemy.

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'EMOTIONAL CORRECTNESS'

That is the essence of my lessons from working at Fox News and the idea behind what I call "emotional correctness" – that the key to persuasion, the key to being an effective communicator in general, in any aspect of life, is making authentic, compassionate emotional connections. Emotional correctness is how we say what we say. It's not only the words or tone we use but the feelings we signal when we communicate. It's how we show respect for others even if we don't agree with their opinions.

If you were a salesperson trying to persuade a potential client to switch suppliers, you would be kind and friendly to that client, not dismiss them as stupid or worse for their current supplier choice. So if you're trying to sell an idea – whether on the national political stage or at a family dinner with your uncle – why would you behave any differently? Kindness, respect, finding the basic goodness and human dignity in everyone – that is the essence of emotional correctness, and that is how we begin the conversations that lead to change.
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#46783 Apr 15, 2014
i dont. i live in a gangbanger infested block where home breakins occur and when i take a run to stay fit i always get asked for money. so whats your position on people who are armed walking down the street ?

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