New York Primary Election Sept 14: Wi...

New York Primary Election Sept 14: Will you vote?

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Hagaman ManHandler

Troy, NY

#18340 Mar 25, 2013
bet you REALLY know how to handle a hungry man.
Spikes a huge phfag

Corinth, NY

#18341 Mar 25, 2013
Hagaman ManHandler wrote:
bet you REALLY know how to handle a hungry man.
Not for anything YOU 'hunger' for, gigantic phfag !
Hagaman ManHandler

Troy, NY

#18342 Mar 25, 2013
Don't squeeze too tight
Hagaman Pickle Pirate

Garden City, NY

#18343 Mar 25, 2013
Hagaman is known for its condom recycling plant. Used condoms are sent to Hagaman, where Hagaman scumbags produce their leading export, the world famous "Hagaman Scumbag"
Hagaman Pickle Pirate

Garden City, NY

#18344 Mar 26, 2013
buna dimineata prietenul meu
Hagaman Pickle Pirate

Garden City, NY

#18346 Mar 26, 2013
In the first three months of the year, members of the first family have been on three vacations, averaging a vacation a month. And now it's being reported that the first daughters are on a spring break vacation in the Bahamas.

AP / Steven Senne

The Obamas began the new year in Hawaii. "President Obama departed Hawaii this morning for Washington, after spending NINE days vacationing with family and friends in his native state. Here’s a quick look at how he spent his vacation," ABC reported on January 6, 2013.

"Obama played FIVE rounds of golf with SEVEN different partners, spending roughly THIRTY hours on TWO different courses on Oahu. The president made FIVE early morning trips to the gym at the nearby Marine Base at Kaneohe Bay. The First Family spent TWO afternoons enjoying the beach on the base and went for ONE hike to a local waterfall. The president spent ONE father-daughter afternoon with Malia and Sasha, bowling and going out for shave ice, an annual tradition."

Then the first lady and their daughters vacationed in Aspen over President's Day weekend. "First Lady Michelle Obama arrived in Aspen on Friday afternoon and is here with her daughters for a ski vacation," Aspendailynews.com reported in February. "Few details about her trip were available. Sources said she is staying at the home of Jim and Paula Crown, owners of the Aspen Skiing Co. She is reportedly skiing at Buttermilk today, where the Crowns, of Chicago, own a home on the Tiehack side."
Hagaman Pickle Pirate

Garden City, NY

#18347 Mar 26, 2013
But let's close the White House to tours for school children to save money, what hypocrites
whatever

Schenectady, NY

#18348 Mar 26, 2013
Rice Is Right wrote:
Sure, I'm going to vote. This is a big one. The Democrats will be out in force and will vie for, if not win, most of the seats at all levels. The most important person to VOTE FOR is KATHLEEN RICE. She has proven herself capable and trustworthy enough to take over the State Attorney General's position. She will enhance our justice system, be tough on whatever crimes have priority, also take care of the so-called minor offenses. Drunk drivers, beware. White collar criminals, take notice. Gangstas, watch out. Law-abiding citizens, rejoice!
crazy!!!!
Anyone

New York, NY

#18351 Mar 26, 2013
Waste of time!!
81 sex offenders

Matawan, NJ

#18352 Mar 26, 2013
Anyone wrote:
Waste of time!!
not enough room for full story
Village Cleared for Not Serving Hells Angels
By JACK BOUBOUSHIAN
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CHICAGO (CN)- Two Hells Angels bikers cannot contest an unofficial ban against them from bars and restaurants in a small Illinois village, a federal judge ruled.
Gary Kohlman and Allen Roberts, who belong to the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, claimed that the mayor of Midlothian, a small village 25 miles south of Chicago, and its police chief, ordered local restaurants and bars to refuse them service because of their Hells Angels' membership and because they wear the gang's insignia and logos.
Federal and state law enforcement classify Hells Angels one of four outlaw motorcycle gangs in the United States, calling the club a conduit for criminal activity.
Midlothian Police Chief Vince Schavone felt the same way, and the officials together claimed that 20 years of bomb threats and police harassment from the Hells Angels left them with a "guarded view" of it and other motorcycle clubs that congregate in Midlothian, including the Axemen and the Tunnel Rats.
U.S. District Judge Blanche Manning framed the policy in question as follows: "Although it is not mandated by a Village ordinance, a number of bars in Midlothian prohibit patrons from displaying motorcycle club colors. These so-called 'no-colors' policies are presumably employed to reduce the potential for conflict between members of rival clubs."
"On the other hand, some Midlothian bars and clubs welcome bikers wearing their colors," she added. "For example, Jack's Place has no dress code and has never turned away a customer wearing motorcycle club colors."
But Kohlman and Roberts claimed the village is stamping out these bars with a vengeance. For example, Schavone threatened Jon Plowman, a co-owner of O'Leary's Pub, with revocation of his liquor license unless he banned "colors" in O'Leary's, they argue.
In his deposition, Plowman recalled Schavone's ominous words:
"This is not baseball," Schavone allegedly said. "You do not get three strikes. This will be your only warning. Get rid of the Hells Angels or I will get rid of you."
The bikers argued that this latent policy infringed Hells Angels' rights to equal protection, free speech and free assembly.
Although the court found that the plaintiffs had proved the state-action requirement for a constitutional civil rights case, it rejected all of their constitutional claims, beginning with the alleged denial of equal protection.
"Members of a motorcycle club do not belong to a protected class [such as a race or religion]," Manning wrote. As such, Kohlmann could prevail only by proving that "the state treated him differently than other similarly situated individuals and [...] there [was] no rational basis for the different treatment."
But "the plaintiffs fail to [demonstrate] that specific similarly situated individuals" - namely, members of other motorcycle clubs - "were treated differently," the ruling states.
Kohlman and Roberts' First Amendment claims suffered similar fates.
The First Amendment protects only "expressive conduct" that conveys a "particularized message [that] would be understood by those who viewed it," Manning explained.
But at his deposition, Roberts said he would not "expect anyone who is not a member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club to know what message [his insignia were] sending."
Because of this lack of expressive aims, the Hells Angels are not, as an organization, protected by the Free Assembly clause.
When Papa T's bar in Midlothian denied service to Kohlman and
The judge declined to assess whether Hells Angels is a club or a gang, noting that "there is no constitutional right to 'social association.'"
"The court appreciates that the plaintiffs are dissatisfied with the defendants' negative views of the Hells Angels," Manning wrote. "Nevertheless, the evidence identified by the plaintiffs is insufficient to create a triable issue of fact."
Hagaman Pickle Pirate

Garden City, NY

#18353 Mar 26, 2013
Jim Carrey, what a hollywood has been, he couldn't shine Charlton Hestons' shoes. Go back under your rock, Pet Detective!
rumagujuna

Fredonia, NY

#18354 Mar 26, 2013
Vote for rocco vasspucci. VERY VERY OLD SCHOOL!!!
Insane Rants

Danielson, CT

#18355 Mar 26, 2013
....and the beat goes on.
Hagaman Pickle Pirate

Garden City, NY

#18356 Mar 27, 2013
.......play on drummer
sos

Massena, NY

#18357 Mar 27, 2013
It's sad how ignorant republicans really are.They criticize Obama for taking vacations and refuse to admit he's no where close to the amount of vacation time bush the younger took.At the same stage in his administration,shrubby had taken way more time off then Obama has.Then again,the truth has always been anathema to republicans and their toadies.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#18358 Mar 27, 2013
sos wrote:
It's sad how ignorant republicans really are.They criticize Obama for taking vacations and refuse to admit he's no where close to the amount of vacation time bush the younger took.At the same stage in his administration,shrubby had taken way more time off then Obama has.Then again,the truth has always been anathema to republicans and their toadies.
George W. Bush spent 32 months at his ranch (490 days) or Camp David (487 days)— an average of four months away every year.

Time off doesn't mean goofing off. President Bush, for example, met with a variety of foreign leaders at his ranch. It was the considered the other White House. You can not compare the expense of constant traveling that obama does, with the huge entourage that requires two giant C-130s to transport, even when he goes to the next state. Bush worked from his ranch, obama leads a Royal lifestyle that even Kings can't afford these days, just obama, on the taxpayers dime. The entire Royal familys' household budget was 75 million

The white house budget is 1.2 Billions and rising, but let's close the tour there for children, and keep it open for Beyonce and JayZee. Hypocrites.
ricki

Rochester, NY

#18359 Mar 27, 2013
Jim layhe is a drunk bastard.Whowould elect him.
Bubbles

Danielson, CT

#18361 Mar 27, 2013
Would you vote for a man that pissed himself?

Well, maybe in Gloversville.
Edna Snodgrass

Danielson, CT

#18362 Mar 27, 2013
81 sex offenders wrote:
<quoted text>not enough room for full story
Village Cleared for Not Serving Hells Angels
By JACK BOUBOUSHIAN
ShareThis
CHICAGO (CN)- Two Hells Angels bikers cannot contest an unofficial ban against them from bars and restaurants in a small Illinois village, a federal judge ruled.
Gary Kohlman and Allen Roberts, who belong to the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, claimed that the mayor of Midlothian, a small village 25 miles south of Chicago, and its police chief, ordered local restaurants and bars to refuse them service because of their Hells Angels' membership and because they wear the gang's insignia and logos.
Federal and state law enforcement classify Hells Angels one of four outlaw motorcycle gangs in the United States, calling the club a conduit for criminal activity.
Midlothian Police Chief Vince Schavone felt the same way, and the officials together claimed that 20 years of bomb threats and police harassment from the Hells Angels left them with a "guarded view" of it and other motorcycle clubs that congregate in Midlothian, including the Axemen and the Tunnel Rats.
U.S. District Judge Blanche Manning framed the policy in question as follows: "Although it is not mandated by a Village ordinance, a number of bars in Midlothian prohibit patrons from displaying motorcycle club colors. These so-called 'no-colors' policies are presumably employed to reduce the potential for conflict between members of rival clubs."
"On the other hand, some Midlothian bars and clubs welcome bikers wearing their colors," she added. "For example, Jack's Place has no dress code and has never turned away a customer wearing motorcycle club colors."
But Kohlman and Roberts claimed the village is stamping out these bars with a vengeance. For example, Schavone threatened Jon Plowman, a co-owner of O'Leary's Pub, with revocation of his liquor license unless he banned "colors" in O'Leary's, they argue.
In his deposition, Plowman recalled Schavone's ominous words:
"This is not baseball," Schavone allegedly said. "You do not get three strikes. This will be your only warning. Get rid of the Hells Angels or I will get rid of you."
The bikers argued that this latent policy infringed Hells Angels' rights to equal protection, free speech and free assembly.
Although the court found that the plaintiffs had proved the state-action requirement for a constitutional civil rights case, it rejected all of their constitutional claims, beginning with the alleged denial of equal protection.
"Members of a motorcycle club do not belong to a protected class [such as a race or religion]," Manning wrote. As such, Kohlmann could prevail only by proving that "the state treated him differently than other similarly situated individuals and [...] there [was] no rational basis for the different treatment."
But "the plaintiffs fail to [demonstrate] that specific similarly situated individuals" - namely, members of other motorcycle clubs - "were treated differently," the ruling states.
Kohlman and Roberts' First Amendment claims suffered similar fates.
The First Amendment protects only "expressive conduct" that conveys a "particularized message [that] would be understood by those who viewed it," Manning explained.
But at his deposition, Roberts said his farts stink really bad.
Because of this lack of expressive aims, the Hells Angels are not, as an organization, protected by the Free Assembly clause.
When Papa T's bar in Midlothian denied service to Kohlman and
The judge declined to assess whether Hells Angels is a club or a gang, noting that "there is no constitutional right to 'social association.'"
"The court appreciates that the plaintiffs are dissatisfied with the defendants' negative views of the Hells Angels," Manning wrote. "Nevertheless, the evidence identified by the plaintiffs is insufficient to create a triable issue of fact."
So what?
Bubba

Broadalbin, NY

#18363 Mar 28, 2013
last year the taxpayers paid $85,000 for telephone fees , $ 60,000 on travel for W. Bush with a total of 1.3 million for him last year ... we spent close to 3.7 million for 4 ex presidents and 1 presidential widow last year ...

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