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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 239640 comments on the thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com story from Oct 1, 2010, titled 'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate. In it, thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com reports that:

"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).

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RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118847 Aug 24, 2013
The story bigots hate: Antoinette Tuff’s courage

A black woman treats a young white shooter with compassion to save children's lives -- and his life, too We rarely hear the tales of school-shooting heroism directly from the heroes, tragically, because the heroes rarely live to tell them. Dave Cullen’s haunting “Columbine” tells the poignant story of computer teacher Dave Sanders, who was shot while shepherding his students to safety and died after the students worked hard to save him. After the Sandy Hook shootings, the courage of principal Dawn Hochsprung and teachers like Victoria Soto broke our hearts – but we heard them from survivors and friends and family, because the women were among Adam Lanza’s victims.

That’s part of what makes the story of Antoinette
Tuff so compelling – but only part of it. Tuff is, of course, the bookkeeper at Ronald McNair Discovery Learning Center in Decatur, Ga., whose work talking shooter Michael Brandon Hill into surrendering to police Tuesday was captured live on a stunning 911 tape that’s gone viral. The fascination at the heart of Tuff’s tale, the reason it’s riveting, is the way she used compassion and empathy to disarm a mentally ill man intent on killing.“Was the potential there to have another Sandy Hook? Absolutely,” the local police chief told reporters as he praised Tuff.

In this story, the only thing that stopped a bad guy with a gun was a good woman with a heart. Or to entirely rewrite Wayne LaPierre’s dumb Manichaean NRA propaganda: The only thing that stopped an emotionally damaged, despairing and unloved young man with 500 rounds of ammunition was a compassionate woman sharing her own story of damage and despair, and telling him she loved him.

Oh, and then there’s this: As we try to recover from the unnecessarily polarized aftermath of the Trayvon Martin killing and George Zimmerman’s acquittal, it’s worth noting that Tuff is a black woman who helped save a young white man from harm at the hands of police. Of course the race-baiters at Fox News, who were so agitated about the crimes of young black men a few weeks ago, have hardly rushed to emphasize that a young white man opened fire at a predominantly black school – let alone that he was helped to save his own life by an African-American woman (for example, check out how they approach these facts here).

CONtinued:

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Danni

United States

#118848 Aug 24, 2013
ILoveitHere wrote:
<quoted text>
Tell me, what can I do to piss you off?
I wanna know what you'll do then.
LOL
More than likely he'll have more of his own posts removed.

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#118849 Aug 24, 2013
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
See, this is what I'm talking about, not media, YOU and others here on this forum. No peep about this latest senseless killings but going back to Zimmerman? Why is that? I gave up long time ago on CNN and BSNBC. Who is constantly talking about racism and want to kill others just because the color of your skin. Are you that dense?
Aren't you the one who brought up Zimmerman?

Faux was all Zimmerman all the time, wall to wall, and are the first ones to bring race into anything.

Sorry, O, your argument doesn't hold water.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118850 Aug 24, 2013
On the 911 tape we listen as Tuff calmly negotiates taking away Hill’s guns –“Put it all up there,” she tells him — and supervises him lying on the floor to surrender.“Tell me when you’re ready, then I’ll tell them to come on in,” she says. She directs the dispatcher,“Let him drink his bottle of water. Don’t come in shooting at anything, they can come on in, and I’ma buzz them in.” Then she’s back to soothing Hill.
“I’m gonna sit right here so they’ll see that you didn’t try to harm me … It’s gonna be alright sweetie, I want you to know that I love you, it’s a good thing that you did giving up. Don’t worry about it, we all go through something in life. You’re gonna be OK.”

Only after the police come in and arrest Hill without incident does she tell the dispatcher,“Let me tell you something, baby. I’ve never been so scared in all the days of my life. Oh, Jesus.”

“But you did great,” the dispatcher tells Tuff, speaking for all of us.“You did great.”
She did more than great. There won’t be an Antoinette Tuff to save us from every school shooting – we need tougher gun laws and better mental health care too, and even then, people will find guns and do bad things. But Tuff gave a clinic in empathy, and the way that trying to connect with the pain of another person, even someone scary and dangerous, can save lives.(She credits her pastor with teaching her to “pray on the inside” when she’s anxious.) Tuff protected her students, but she also protected Hill from himself, and from the police – and she did it with love.

I can only pray that a white woman faced with a heavily armed, mentally ill young black man would have done the same thing. There’s a reason it’s Antoinette Tuff Day all over social media. We need her right now.

http://www.salon.com/2013/08/22/the_story_the...

Bless her heart. She was those kids ANGEL that day. Sure haven't seen them pumping up this story eh? Racist bunch of lemming tools.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#118851 Aug 24, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
No, Chris Lane is not Trayvon Martin!
The white conservative media thinks it's found its "Trayvon Martin in reverse, only worse." Are you kidding me?
The white conservative media believes it has its own Trayvon Martin in the case of Chris Lane, an Australian baseball player who was killed in Oklahoma, where he had been studying, by three black teenagers in an apparently random act of violence (note: there’s actually some question as to the race of one of the three teens, the driver, who faces lesser charges).
Rush Limbaugh called it “Trayvon Martin in reverse, only worse.” The Drudge Report, where black-on-white crime always gets top billing, has been prominently featuring news about the case for several days. Former Tea Party congressman Allen West weighed in, tweeting,“3 black teens shoot white jogger. Who will POTUS identify w/this time?”
Jesse Jackson tried to extend an olive branch, tweeting that he was “Praying for the family of Chris Lane.” But armed with that, Fox News is now demanding that President Obama weigh in, just as he did for Martin’s case.“I thought it was at least good of Jesse Jackson to step up,” Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade said today.“I haven’t heard anything from Al Sharpton [or the White House],” he added. His colleagues agreed.
(For what it’s worth, White House spokesperson Josh Earnest told reporters yesterday that he wasn’t familiar with the case.)
As the right sees it, the president’s silence confirms the narrative shared by everyone from Glenn Beck to Allen West to Maine Gov. Paul LePage to Sean Hannity — that Obama is racist against white people, and that the media is, too, or at least duped into doing the bidding of allegedly racist black leaders like Sharpton, or something.
And it’s equally striking, yet also not particularly surprising, that Fox and Limbaugh and the rest really don’t seem to comprehend why the Trayvon Martin case became a thing.
It’s not that difficult to understand so we’ll spell it out: It was not only that a light-skinned Zimmerman killed an unarmed black teenager — but also that police didn’t do anything about it. The killing was horribly tragic, as is Lane’s senseless murder, but if Zimmerman had actually been arrested for the shooting, the sad reality is that far fewer Americans would know his name. But that’s not what happened. Instead, police let Zimmerman go under Florida’s “stand your ground” law. It smacked of institutional, state-sponsored racial favoritism of the worst kind. It was only after public outcry that state prosecutors took over the case and pressed charges. Some could argue that Zimmerman didn’t need to be convicted for justice to be done, but he did need to stand trial.
Likewise with Henry Louis Gates, the famed black professor who was arrested while he was trying to get into his own home in Cambridge, Mass., after he misplaced his keys. That’s not how police are supposed to operate, and that’s why Obama weighed in.
Lane’s murder is an entirely different matter. It’s disgusting, but the police did their job. They arrested three suspects, and vowed to try to throw the book at them. That’s how it’s supposed to go. Murder is sadly quotidian in a gun-soaked America, and this is, sadly, another, if particularly senseless, one.
If you want to actually understand race relations in this country, you need to understand the difference between these cases. But the right prefers to live behind a veil of intentional ignorance where the only kind of racism that exists today is black people disliking white people.
http://www.salon.com/2013/08/22/no_chris_lane...
I see the repukes are still stirring the race pot.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
HELL yeah! Excellent post, RC Co-Cola. Good to see you, chick.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118852 Aug 24, 2013
Dem Governor Sends Sens Paul and McConnell Reeling with a Powerful Defense of Obamacare

It’s not 2010.

As Republicans preach hatred of Obamacare to a dwindling audience even among their own members, Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear chose to use the Kentucky Farm Bureau Country Ham Breakfast to make a powerful case for Obamacare to 1,600 diners.
Republican Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, also attending, weren’t expecting the onslaught. Jill Lawrence reported,“It was not what anyone expected—least of all Republican Sens. Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, who sat stone-faced onstage with Beshear as he unloaded on them without using names.”

Beshear finished with a stab to the heart of GOP’s NoCare, no alternative.“It’s amazing to me how people who are pouring time and money and energy into trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act sure haven’t put that kind of energy into trying to improve the health of Kentuckians,” according to the National Journal.

That’s quite a flip of the narrative from the defensive, taken off guard Democratic apology tour of 2010.“We’re so sorry we’re trying to help you not get screwed by insurance companies” isn’t as appealing as “What have you done to help improve the health of your constituents?”

The National Journal reported that Beshear compared health insurance to “the safety net of crop insurance” and said farmers need both. His relentless onslaught continued:

He said 640,000 Kentuckians—15 percent of the state—don’t have health insurance and “trust me, you know many of those 640,000 people. You’re friends with them. You’re probably related to them. Some may be your sons and daughters. You go to church with them. Shop with them. Help them harvest their fields. Sit in the stands with them as you watch your kids play football or basketball or ride a horse in competition. Heck, you may even be one of them.”

“We’ve ranked that bad for a long, long time. The Affordable Care Act is our historic opportunity to address this weakness and to change the course of the future of the commonwealth. We’re going to make insurance available for the very first time in our history to every single citizen of the commonwealth of Kentucky.”

About half the audience burst into applause at that point while the other half sat on their hands. But he wasn’t done. He cited a study that showed the law would inject about $15.6 billion into the Kentucky economy over eight years, create 17,000 new jobs, and generate $802 million for the state budget.

The Governor might have surprised Senator Rand Paul, who later lamely claimed that he doesn’t do partisan topics at nonpartisan events like the Ham Breakfast (and then proceeded to list off some partisan topics in the way that Republicans do, assuming everyone agrees with them – so that “partisan” means “doesn’t agree with me”), but he knows very well that Beshear chose well.

CONtinued: YOU GO GOVERNOR!!!

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118853 Aug 24, 2013
Beshear was speaking to the farmers at the breakfast, and according to the Center for Rural Affairs,“rural residents are responsible for nearly 22 percent more of their total health care costs (premiums and out-of-pocket costs) than are urban or suburban residents.” Thus the provisions of Obamacare will be very important for the rural community. A new study for the Center for Rural Affairs found:

Cost-sharing and limiting out-of-pocket medical expenses will be crucial for many rural families.

The proportion of rural residents with nearly every chronic disease or condition is higher than in urban centers, and rural residents receive fewer regular medical checkups and routine diagnostic tests than they medically and statistically should.

Cost-sharing will allow rural Americans to obtain the tests and checkups they should at lower cost, potentially enhancing their long-term health.
When it comes down to it, Republicans are stuck making the argument that healthcare is partisan, and only the Democrats have a plan for healthcare for Americans. McConnell tried to use the Teamsters Union against Obamacare, as if Republicans haven’t been trying to kill the unions. He did manage to get a cheer for his predictably lame “solution”— which was, of course, to kill Obamacare. Paul tried to rebut Beshear’s onslaught at the Ham Breakfast by making the argument that you shouldn’t want Obamacare because it’s not free — the fed has to pay for it and the fed is in debt.

According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, Obamacare reduces the deficit. But arguing about the deficit as a reason to ignore personal health and perhaps life saving help is weak at best. Yes, a Republican audience will love Rand and McConnell’s arguments, but the problem comes when those ideas come crashing up against personal need. The instinct for self-preservation is stronger than hatred for Obama, fear of “Socialism”, and concern about the deficit (all of which are most often rote, jingoistic team cheers of the base rather than real emotional engagement with an issue).

The truth is that Republicans don’t have a logical argument against Obamacare, especially as it was partially based on their own ideas. And that is why they are devolving into what appears to be their 2014 Hail Mary — lying to their base about the possibility of impeaching Obama.

As if they didn’t already sound crazy enough.

http://www.politicususa.com/2013/08/23/isnt-2...

Republican Sens. Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, who sat stone-faced onstage with Beshear as he unloaded on them without using names.”

HAHAHAHA, you gotta love our DEMOCRATIC Governor having the upper hand on those two idiot repukes. He prove what liars they are with OBAMACARE and they can't do anything about it..PRICELESS

RIP TEABAGGER GOP

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118854 Aug 24, 2013
Obamacare Showdown Over a Ham Breakfast in Kentucky
The state fair became a showcase for national tensions as politicians squared off.

http://www.nationaljournal.com/daily/obamacar...

[email protected] and turtle man. AND )8~D> batshit crazy loon and her minions, i.e chemtrail zombie sunny sue

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#118855 Aug 24, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
No, Chris Lane is not Trayvon Martin!
The white conservative media thinks it's found its "Trayvon Martin in reverse, only worse." Are you kidding me?
The white conservative media believes it has its own Trayvon Martin in the case of Chris Lane, an Australian baseball player who was killed in Oklahoma, where he had been studying, by three black teenagers in an apparently random act of violence (note: there’s actually some question as to the race of one of the three teens, the driver, who faces lesser charges).
Rush Limbaugh called it “Trayvon Martin in reverse, only worse.” The Drudge Report, where black-on-white crime always gets top billing, has been prominently featuring news about the case for several days. Former Tea Party congressman Allen West weighed in, tweeting,“3 black teens shoot white jogger. Who will POTUS identify w/this time?”
Jesse Jackson tried to extend an olive branch, tweeting that he was “Praying for the family of Chris Lane.” But armed with that, Fox News is now demanding that President Obama weigh in, just as he did for Martin’s case.“I thought it was at least good of Jesse Jackson to step up,” Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade said today.“I haven’t heard anything from Al Sharpton [or the White House],” he added. His colleagues agreed.
(For what it’s worth, White House spokesperson Josh Earnest told reporters yesterday that he wasn’t familiar with the case.)
As the right sees it, the president’s silence confirms the narrative shared by everyone from Glenn Beck to Allen West to Maine Gov. Paul LePage to Sean Hannity — that Obama is racist against white people, and that the media is, too, or at least duped into doing the bidding of allegedly racist black leaders like Sharpton, or something.
And it’s equally striking, yet also not particularly surprising, that Fox and Limbaugh and the rest really don’t seem to comprehend why the Trayvon Martin case became a thing.
It’s not that difficult to understand so we’ll spell it out: It was not only that a light-skinned Zimmerman killed an unarmed black teenager — but also that police didn’t do anything about it. The killing was horribly tragic, as is Lane’s senseless murder, but if Zimmerman had actually been arrested for the shooting, the sad reality is that far fewer Americans would know his name. But that’s not what happened. Instead, police let Zimmerman go under Florida’s “stand your ground” law. It smacked of institutional, state-sponsored racial favoritism of the worst kind. It was only after public outcry that state prosecutors took over the case and pressed charges. Some could argue that Zimmerman didn’t need to be convicted for justice to be done, but he did need to stand trial.
Likewise with Henry Louis Gates, the famed black professor who was arrested while he was trying to get into his own home in Cambridge, Mass., after he misplaced his keys. That’s not how police are supposed to operate, and that’s why Obama weighed in.
Lane’s murder is an entirely different matter. It’s disgusting, but the police did their job. They arrested three suspects, and vowed to try to throw the book at them. That’s how it’s supposed to go. Murder is sadly quotidian in a gun-soaked America, and this is, sadly, another, if particularly senseless, one.
If you want to actually understand race relations in this country, you need to understand the difference between these cases. But the right prefers to live behind a veil of intentional ignorance where the only kind of racism that exists today is black people disliking white people.
http://www.salon.com/2013/08/22/no_chris_lane...
I see the repukes are still stirring the race pot.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
This may post twice but it's worth it:

HELL yeah! Excellent post, RC Co-Cola! Great to see you, chick. You haven't missed much, other than Witch Hazel's stunning revelation that everybody poops.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118856 Aug 24, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
HELL yeah! Excellent post, RC Co-Cola. Good to see you, chick.
YOU too, I see the socks are still slinging racism while trying to convince people they aren't racist. It's a fauxbox rush world for them. I can see their pundit's talking points in every posts. Pitiful. Not an original thought amongst them.

Did you have a good day. It was glorious weather. Lucky in Kentucky!

I see they are busy in and out of their fake names changing the icons in the 2 mins I have been here. hahahaha PRICELESS

Everybody reading knows it and knows they are full of shit and nothing but clueless flaming nuts. lol

I see they were talking to themselves in the wee hours and the A Lunatic imposter was HILARIOUS. haha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
OZombies

San Diego, CA

#118857 Aug 24, 2013
Talking about racism...George Zimmerman didn't have Facebook page advertising hate towards blacks. One of blacks in killing of Christopher Lane 22 year old from Australia did. Very angry black guy 'advertising' his hate towards whites. That's real racism.

Two blacks killing 88 year old WWII veteran was killed with flash light. They didn't have guns. They beat poor little old man till death.

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#118858 Aug 24, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
YOU too, I see the socks are still slinging racism while trying to convince people they aren't racist. It's a fauxbox rush world for them. I can see their pundit's talking points in every posts. Pitiful. Not an original thought amongst them.
Did you have a good day. It was glorious weather. Lucky in Kentucky!
I see they are busy in and out of their fake names changing the icons in the 2 mins I have been here. hahahaha PRICELESS
Everybody reading knows it and knows they are full of shit and nothing but clueless flaming nuts. lol
I see they were talking to themselves in the wee hours and the A Lunatic imposter was HILARIOUS. haha
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
*rme* Bunch of hypocrites, and that's the nicest thing I can think of to say about 'em. Always whining about Calvin, then some wingnut uses GD every other word and talks about killing blacks and they're as quiet as mice. Friend of Witch Hazel's, apparently.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118859 Aug 24, 2013
hahaha, can't help but to continue to alienate the women who DO VOTE. Corey Booker is going to win anyway.

New Jersey Senate Candidate To Single Mothers: Stop Relying On Food Stamps And Go To Work!

New Jersey Senate candidate Steve Lonegan (R) told MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki on Saturday that single mothers don’t need to rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps, because his mother raised a family by working hard and building a successful career following the death of her husband.

“We never had to have SNAP, when I was a kid,” Lonegan said during an appearance on Up with Steve Kornacki.“Ok, so, this thing that every single mother is the poster child for the welfare state is nonsense… I know a lot of single moms go out to work and do very, very well for themselves.”
Lonegan, who is the former New Jersey head for the Koch Brothers’ Americans for Prosperity, encouraged single mothers to roll up their sleeves and go to work, adding that free market policies and less government will free “individuals to achieve their best potential.” Watch it:
Asked how he would help single mothers balance the demands of family and work, Lonegan advocated for “cutting the size of government across the board, freeing up businesses and cutting regulation.” He specifically proposed sunsetting regulations for the Environmental Protection Agency and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, so that lawmakers could review their impact.“We need to start from scratch.

That’s one step in the right direction,” he said.
SNAP is among the most efficient forms of economic stimulus, returning nearly two dollars in activity for each dollar the government spends. The program lifted 4.7 million people out of poverty in 2011 alone.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R), widely viewed as a potential 2016 presidential contender, endorsed Lonegan last week and promised to stump for him in the days leading up to the special election in October.

http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2013/08/24/2...

You might be a republiCON if you want to provide billions of dollars to oil companies for corporate welfare but don't think it's a good idea to give a penny to those in poverty.

You might be a republiCON if you've tried to argue that poverty could be abolished if people were allowed to keep more of their minimum wage.

You might be a republiCON if you talk about Christian principles, but not live by them.

You might be a republiCON if you think poverty is a choice.

You might be a republiCON if you've ever tried to prove Jesus was a capitalist and opposed to welfare.

Dear Congress,
True Christians would NEVER starve a child to feed a corporation

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
American Lady

Danville, KY

#118860 Aug 24, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
This may post twice but it's worth it:
HELL yeah! Excellent post, RC Co-Cola! Great to see you, chick. You haven't missed much, other than Witch Hazel's stunning revelation that everybody poops.
Do "you" understand the word ...
*facetious*

:D

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#118861 Aug 24, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
hahaha, can't help but to continue to alienate the women who DO VOTE. Corey Booker is going to win anyway.
New Jersey Senate Candidate To Single Mothers: Stop Relying On Food Stamps And Go To Work!
New Jersey Senate candidate Steve Lonegan (R) told MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki on Saturday that single mothers don’t need to rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps, because his mother raised a family by working hard and building a successful career following the death of her husband.
“We never had to have SNAP, when I was a kid,” Lonegan said during an appearance on Up with Steve Kornacki.“Ok, so, this thing that every single mother is the poster child for the welfare state is nonsense… I know a lot of single moms go out to work and do very, very well for themselves.”
Lonegan, who is the former New Jersey head for the Koch Brothers’ Americans for Prosperity, encouraged single mothers to roll up their sleeves and go to work, adding that free market policies and less government will free “individuals to achieve their best potential.” Watch it:
Asked how he would help single mothers balance the demands of family and work, Lonegan advocated for “cutting the size of government across the board, freeing up businesses and cutting regulation.” He specifically proposed sunsetting regulations for the Environmental Protection Agency and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, so that lawmakers could review their impact.“We need to start from scratch.
That’s one step in the right direction,” he said.
SNAP is among the most efficient forms of economic stimulus, returning nearly two dollars in activity for each dollar the government spends. The program lifted 4.7 million people out of poverty in 2011 alone.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R), widely viewed as a potential 2016 presidential contender, endorsed Lonegan last week and promised to stump for him in the days leading up to the special election in October.
http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2013/08/24/2...
You might be a republiCON if you want to provide billions of dollars to oil companies for corporate welfare but don't think it's a good idea to give a penny to those in poverty.
You might be a republiCON if you've tried to argue that poverty could be abolished if people were allowed to keep more of their minimum wage.
You might be a republiCON if you talk about Christian principles, but not live by them.
You might be a republiCON if you think poverty is a choice.
You might be a republiCON if you've ever tried to prove Jesus was a capitalist and opposed to welfare.
Dear Congress,
True Christians would NEVER starve a child to feed a corporation
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Sheesh, Lonegan again? He must keep a podiatrist on retainer to remove his foot from his mouth. And Christie endorsed him? That's very disappointing.

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#118862 Aug 24, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Do "you" understand the word ...
*facetious*
:D
Why yes, Witch Hazel, I do. That's why I called it a "stunning revelation".

Thanks for asking, though.
Question

Winchester, KY

#118863 Aug 24, 2013
OZombies wrote:
Talking about racism...George Zimmerman didn't have Facebook page advertising hate towards blacks. One of blacks in killing of Christopher Lane 22 year old from Australia did. Very angry black guy 'advertising' his hate towards whites. That's real racism.
Two blacks killing 88 year old WWII veteran was killed with flash light. They didn't have guns. They beat poor little old man till death.
Do you see ANY Democrats defending those two murderers?
Personally I think zimmerman is a murder.
Either way, the fact is he shot and killed an unarmed teen. For repubs to come on here praising him for making a media event out of going to buy a shotgun is stomach turning to me.
How many of you have called him a hero, while in the same breath calling a dead teen a thug,drughead,gangster etc?
And yes, you brought zim up first, in response to the rodeo clown fiasco.
OZombies

San Diego, CA

#118864 Aug 24, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
Aren't you the one who brought up Zimmerman?
Faux was all Zimmerman all the time, wall to wall, and are the first ones to bring race into anything.
Sorry, O, your argument doesn't hold water.
Yes C, I didn't 'bring' Zimmerman only, I was talking about other killings that just happened few days ago. Why are you people going back on Zimmerman but Chris Lane from Australia and WWII veteran nothing? Why are you avoiding this two senseless killings? This people are killed like animals. I just said you're looking into racism in George Zimmerman's case when even FBI can't find anything racist, but this latest killing racism on the open advertised on Facebook and people quiet, nothing. Why are you avoiding talking about real racism? No really ...?????
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#118865 Aug 24, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
*rme* Bunch of hypocrites, and that's the nicest thing I can think of to say about 'em. Always whining about Calvin, then some wingnut uses GD every other word and talks about killing blacks and they're as quiet as mice. Friend of Witch Hazel's, apparently.
Know what you mean. I seen their "Christian-like" behavior late last night. Cutting loose on the filthy mouth and ari/jay showing up after the bars closed. lol

Like the President has time to comment on EVERY murder in AMERICA. How ignorant. I would guess he is busy DOING HIS JOB. Where's CONgress and the Supreme Court, oh that's right they are still enjoying their vacations and campaigning. All summer for the Supreme Court and 8 weeks for the do nothing CONgress.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#118866 Aug 24, 2013
Question wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you see ANY Democrats defending those two murderers?
Personally I think zimmerman is a murder.
Either way, the fact is he shot and killed an unarmed teen. For repubs to come on here praising him for making a media event out of going to buy a shotgun is stomach turning to me.
How many of you have called him a hero, while in the same breath calling a dead teen a thug,drughead,gangster etc?
And yes, you brought zim up first, in response to the rodeo clown fiasco.
Well Huh *grin* Good to see you, whoever you are.

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