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Woman, 30, stabbed to death; suspect killed by police in Shakopee c...

There are 100 comments on the TwinCities.com story from May 11, 2010, titled Woman, 30, stabbed to death; suspect killed by police in Shakopee c.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Josh James Walker A Shakopee man with a long criminal history is suspected of killing a woman before he was shot to death Tuesday during a police chase after a two-day west metro crime spree, police said.

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Since: Apr 10

Anytown, USA

#90 May 12, 2010
observer wrote:
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Nice job stealing my internet name...
If you register it, nobody will confuse the two of you.
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#91 May 12, 2010
Jolly_Roger wrote:
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Federal dollars that ultimately come from people in the various states. Cut out the middleman for half of the 'federal' budget and save a ton of $$$ in administrative costs, and the state and counties could afford to lock this **** up for his full prison sentence.
Sounds like you support one-world government. Cuts out the middleman.

Since: Apr 10

Anytown, USA

#92 May 12, 2010
Minn wrote:
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Sounds like you support one-world government. Cuts out the middleman.
No, I support local government that can make it's own decisions, with it's own budget, within the framework of the constitution. One-world government is an even LARGER middleman, and most of the constitution would be abolished under it. I don't support that at all.
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#93 May 12, 2010
Jolly_Roger wrote:
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No, I support local government that can make it's own decisions, with it's own budget, within the framework of the constitution. One-world government is an even LARGER middleman, and most of the constitution would be abolished under it. I don't support that at all.
Ah, so you want the inefficiency inherent in small, numerous things instead of the cost-savings of scale efficiencies.

So you actually still want federal, state, and local governments? How exactly did you cut out the middleman?
Are you kidding

Saint Paul, MN

#94 May 12, 2010
Minn wrote:
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You said you wanted more people supervising ex-cons after their release. That costs money on the margin, meaning increased spending. So, you favor increased government spending.
Not that complicated.
As always, wanting it both ways - government saving the day, but somehow don't fund it.
First of all, I said no such thing. You mix and match your answers so
much you don't even know who you are answering most of the time. 2nd,
where do you get "more people supervising ex-cons after their release"?
The suggestion was made they be supervised LONGER, not by more people.
And that would replace the prosecutors and judges, etc. that come into
play every time he repeats. You really do just make this up as you
go, don't you?

Correct me if I am wrong, but you show the textbook symptoms of a
liberal restorative justice convert. Nothing short of murder will
cause you to isolate predators from the rest of society simply for
protections sake. You believe in top down gov't: world, federal,
state, and local, in that order. Money is no object to you because
it isn't your money; it is money you have taken from others behind
the barrel of a gun (which is how taxes are levied). Conservatives,
on the other hand, believe the exact opposite: local, state, federal,
and UN, and in that order. Taxes are a necessary evil, but only the
amount needed to do what gov't is charged with doing. And number
one on that list is public safety; isolating predators from the rest
of society. 8 convictions by age 30 should have sent some red flags
flying high on the radar screen, but liberals don't believe in that
so he goes free each time. Just spare me the fiscal responsibility
crap; you never have believed it and you never will. You just know
we do so you try to twist it. It didn't work.
THE TRUTH HURTS

Minneapolis, MN

#95 May 12, 2010
Just another example where the police have to do the job that the "criminal" justice system won't do - keep this piece of shit out of society !
I aint got time to bleed

Saint Paul, MN

#96 May 12, 2010
Arnold said it best in the movie Predator "You are one ugly muddaphukker"! Oh and a dead one at that!
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#97 May 12, 2010
Are you kidding wrote:
Correct me if I am wrong
No need. You have your rigid stereotypes already figured out. No need to deal with me as a real person.
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#98 May 12, 2010
Are you kidding wrote:
Just spare me the fiscal responsibility
crap; you never have believed it and you never will. You just know
we do so you try to twist it.
What a joke. Clinton built up a surplus, and Bush exploded the debt, yet somehow these facts don't get in the way of your stereotypes.

Principles only matter if you actually uphold them. The Bush Era proved your so-called principles to be nonexistent. Guy racked up trillions in debt and all you folks could do was echo the words of Dick Cheney - "Deficits don't matter."

The measure of a belief is if you actually live it.
Are you kidding

Saint Paul, MN

#99 May 13, 2010
Minn wrote:
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No need. You have your rigid stereotypes already figured out. No need to deal with me as a real person.
Spare me. I "deal with" progressives every day of my
life and I nailed you dead on. Most of them are honest
enough to admit it, unlike you.
Are you kidding

Saint Paul, MN

#100 May 13, 2010
Minn wrote:
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What a joke. Clinton built up a surplus, and Bush exploded the debt, yet somehow these facts don't get in the way of your stereotypes.
Principles only matter if you actually uphold them. The Bush Era proved your so-called principles to be nonexistent. Guy racked up trillions in debt and all you folks could do was echo the words of Dick Cheney - "Deficits don't matter."
The measure of a belief is if you actually live it.
I do; every day of my life. And so do you. You support
a world order that imposes your outlook on life on others
through the barrel of a gun and make no apologies for it.

And, once again, you have no idea what you are talking
about (classic progressive). I didn't vote for Bush
in '04 nor did I for McCain in '08. Unlike you, I don't
lockstep in line behind my party leaders (what does that
remind you of?) because I have none. Oh, and don't let
facts get in the way of your ideology, but Newt Gingrich
had more to do with any surplus we might have had than
anyone; Bill Clinton just came along for the ride. He
tried to bankrupt the country with HilaryCare, amongst
other things; "you folks" stopped him.

You can go back to your left wing websites now.
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#101 May 13, 2010
Are you kidding wrote:
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I do; every day of my life. And so do you. You support
a world order that imposes your outlook on life on others
through the barrel of a gun and make no apologies for it.
And, once again, you have no idea what you are talking
about (classic progressive). I didn't vote for Bush
in '04 nor did I for McCain in '08. Unlike you, I don't
lockstep in line behind my party leaders (what does that
remind you of?) because I have none. Oh, and don't let
facts get in the way of your ideology, but Newt Gingrich
had more to do with any surplus we might have had than
anyone; Bill Clinton just came along for the ride. He
tried to bankrupt the country with HilaryCare, amongst
other things; "you folks" stopped him.
You can go back to your left wing websites now.
What a joke. Please provide evidence that you decried the massive runup in debt by Bush while it was happening. Otherwise you're just blowing hot air.

The idiocy about Gingrich solving the deficit is classic Republican nonsense without an iota of basis in fact. Clinton's first budget was an aggressive deficit reduction package that passed without a single Republican vote, as well as a considerable amount of opposition from red state Democrats. The deficit-reducing tax increases were used by Gingrich as part of his line of attack against Clinton and Democrats that led to the Republican takeover of Congress in 1995.

Funny how all these so-called "independents" (ie, Republican drones without the guts to admit what they are) always seem to blabber out the tired right-wing talking points and can never provide evidence of having principles and equal condemnation of bad policy, regardless of ideology or party affiliation.

Unlike you, Mr. Projector, I get my knowledge from primary data. So quit trying to smear me with your own shortcomings and biases.

The "barrel of a gun" thing is another childish right-wing bit of hysteria.
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#102 May 13, 2010
Are you kidding wrote:
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Spare me. I "deal with" progressives every day of my
life and I nailed you dead on. Most of them are honest
enough to admit it, unlike you.
More foolish projection on your part. You don't have the first clue about who I am.
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#103 May 13, 2010
" I didn't vote for Bush
in '04 nor did I for McCain in '08."

Translation:
"I voted for Bush in 2000"

I await proof of your heated criticism of Bush's deficit spending from, say, 2004. Let's see it.
Are you kidding

Saint Paul, MN

#104 May 13, 2010
Minn wrote:
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What a joke. Please provide evidence that you decried the massive runup in debt by Bush while it was happening. Otherwise you're just blowing hot air.
The idiocy about Gingrich solving the deficit is classic Republican nonsense without an iota of basis in fact. Clinton's first budget was an aggressive deficit reduction package that passed without a single Republican vote, as well as a considerable amount of opposition from red state Democrats. The deficit-reducing tax increases were used by Gingrich as part of his line of attack against Clinton and Democrats that led to the Republican takeover of Congress in 1995.
Funny how all these so-called "independents" (ie, Republican drones without the guts to admit what they are) always seem to blabber out the tired right-wing talking points and can never provide evidence of having principles and equal condemnation of bad policy, regardless of ideology or party affiliation.
Unlike you, Mr. Projector, I get my knowledge from primary data. So quit trying to smear me with your own shortcomings and biases.
The "barrel of a gun" thing is another childish right-wing bit of hysteria.
Again, nice try. Right from the progressive playbook;
when you lose the debate, go on a personal attack.
Also, textbook Democrat; if you are not one of us, you
must be a Republican. I have been both in my life and
walked away from both for a reason; people like you.

Like a said before, I will leave you to your left wing
web sites; your "primary data" sources. Enjoy your
Kool Aid.
Are you kidding

Saint Paul, MN

#105 May 13, 2010
Minn wrote:
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More foolish projection on your part. You don't have the first clue about who I am.
Yea, I do.
Mat

Warwick, UK

#106 May 14, 2010
Asia King was one of my wife's best friends, she was a bridesmaid at our wedding.
It's very hard for any of us that knew her to accept what has happened.

I really wish the police had not killed him because he has got off lightly. He should have been made to suffer for what he did; he stole a wonderful woman from everybody that loved and cared. I certainly would have liked to have 10 minutes in a room with that guy and I am sure I speak on behalf of anyone who knew Asia.
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#107 May 14, 2010
Are you kidding wrote:
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Yea, I do.
Really? What are my views on public transportation? What's my preferred approach for mitigating environmental problems? What's my position on gas taxes? Who did I vote for in the past 5 presidential elections? What party am I registered with?

Let's hear it. Wow us with your insight that isn't just some meaningless, baseless stereotype that's simply a product of your delusions.
Minn

Saint Paul, MN

#108 May 14, 2010
Are you kidding wrote:
<quoted text>
Again, nice try. Right from the progressive playbook;
when you lose the debate, go on a personal attack.
Also, textbook Democrat; if you are not one of us, you
must be a Republican. I have been both in my life and
walked away from both for a reason; people like you.
Like a said before, I will leave you to your left wing
web sites; your "primary data" sources. Enjoy your
Kool Aid.
That's what I thought. All hot air and posturing from a person without principle. Thanks for the proof.

I also thank you for the unintentional humor of this one:
"when you lose the debate, go on a personal attack.
Also, textbook Democrat"
Wasp

Minneapolis, MN

#109 May 14, 2010
THE TRUTH HURTS wrote:
Just another example where the police have to do the job that the "criminal" justice system won't do - keep this piece of **** out of society !
Actually, if the police would have done their job, the girl wouldn't be dead.
The killer's mom called the police the day before the murder, and told them her son was high on meth, and threatening to harm someone.
The police said there was nothing they could do. I guess using meth and making terrorist threats are not against the law in Shakopee.
I got this information from an interview the perp's mother gave one of the local TV stations.

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