Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
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TheIndependentMa jority

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Martin was "standing his ground" against a stalker.
No, according to the evidence, as seen by OTHERS as well, Martin was standing menacingly OVER the ground AND Zimmerman, in a MMA ground and pound stance.

Beyond the boundry of using common sense there as well.

IN trouble out roaming met out roaming looking/watching for trouble.

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Try real hard and apply some logic to the scenario. You are in a neighborhood where you don't belong at night in a drizzling rain and see a man on his cellphone obviously describing you to, assumedly, the police. You start to walk towards him but change your mind and run.
Instead of running home, however, you decide to ambush him while he is waiting for someone to arrive - again, assumedly, the police.
Logic would dictate to any clear-thinking person - even a teenager - the man on the cellphone was a resident calling the police because you drew attention to yourself and looked suspicious and was waiting for them to arrive.
Now, assuming you had the ability to think logically, what would you have done? Put yourself as far away from that man and the situation as possible? Or hang around and ambush him?
Remember, your reputation as a logical person is at stake depending on your answer.
Logical? He may have been hiding, so he wouldn't lead his stalker home with him. No one knows who really struck the first blow except the dead kid and the proven liar. Try for a few more excuses for your racism, Batty Bitty...too bad your declaration that Trayvon was staring at Georgy Pudgy through his living room window was just more of your demented crock.

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shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Not likely. White kids were at home studying for school while Trayvon was out casing houses to B&E.
Statistically speaking, of course:]
'White kids' were experimenting with oxycontin and playing beer pong in the alley because there is nothing else for them to do in the suburbs , no good paying jobs, no money for vocational training schools, no parks to play in, no parents home to talk to or share time with, because Republicans want to shrink our public spaces to leave more freedom for Tucker Carlson's bosses, the 'pimps and hustlers' of Wall Street to operate.
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Eman wrote:
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...and then there's reality
"A Latino gang is intimidating blacks into leaving the city that was once an African American enclave. It's part of a violent trend seen in other parts of the L.A. area."
Your outside in view is foggy as a fall morning! You talking about 1 gang war. I grew up in an allPuerto Rican project. We look at eachother like kin. The blood & Latin kings go to war for eachother. Aaron Hernandez ( Hispanic) is a blood. The bloods are apredominately black gang. You're talking about Mexicans from Mexican drug cartels, warring with crips over territory. An isolated incident!
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OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
T lived in the neighborhood!
He had every right to be there!
That is why everyone is so upset.
Wake up battty! Wake up!
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No, T's fathers girlfriend lived in the neighborhood.

Just the FACTS dude, just the FACTS.
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leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>So maybe his defense should have claimed stand your ground rather than self defense? Fenny Bate = world's greatest legal mind...in his own mind.(BTW, Federal Civil Rights judgements puts people in prison, not award damanges.)LMAWAO@U
LMAOAU, retarded ginger. A "judgement" can mean many things. A criminal conviction is a "judgement" (but then, you would know all about that from experience).

You're really getting desperate, huh? Do you really think GZ is going to jail after a jury acquittal? Hahaha!!

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It serves as a reminder as to your lack of imagination & original thought to the point you can't even get your own avatar.
Pathetic.
No, it serves as a thorn in your side, stupid. Lol

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I love my country. The country we sure used to be.

"We stood up for what was right. We fought for moral reasons, we passed and struck down laws for moral reasons. We sacrificed, we cared about our neighbors, we put our money where our mouths were, and we never beat our chest. We built great big things, made ungodly technological advances, explored the universe, cured diseases, and cultivated the world's greatest artists and the world's greatest economy. We reached for the stars, and we acted like men. We aspired to intelligence; we didn't belittle it; it didn't make us feel inferior. We were able to be all these things and do all these things because we were informed. By great men, men who were revered."
-Newsroom

America is not the greatest country in the world anymore because we are NOT informed, and we revere self-serving liars. We still haven't recognized the problem so we cannot solve the problem.

Our hope to turn things around was an honest man who recognized the problem and believed together we could solve it but who we chose not to lead.

In just less than a year, things have already gotten worse. Our government is less trusted, our health care system is about to take a turn for the worst, our deficit is going to continue to grow, more people are going to become dependent on working taxpayers and more money is going to be taken out of middle class income earners' checks.

Employers are putting off hiring for another year and unemployment will remain stagnant.

Liberal democrats will still create invisible wars between the races, genders and classes to divide us and keep our attention off their failure to lead.

In other words, we're on our own if we don't unseat those in the Senate who still don't recognize the problem. Three more years of the same I fear will be too many.

I hope I'm wrong.

(Had to get this off my chest.)
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RealDave wrote:
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It serves as a reminder as to your lack of imagination & original thought to the point you can't even get your own avatar.
Pathetic.
Pathetic?? You and your deranged socks PDUPONT and EMORON...

It's the culture...
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RealDave wrote:
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How did Martin know Zimmerman was " security"
Was his vehicle marked? No
Was Zimmerman wearing a uniform? No
A marked jacket? No
Did he identify himself as security? No
Zimmerman made several mistakes that led to the death of Martin.
To anyone but Zimmerman, he was nothing but a stranger following a kids in the dark.
It's over, lawn jockey. You lost, and there's nothing you can do about it.

Don it make ya maaaaaddd??:-)

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Its the government teat sucker still using the avatar he stole from me.
Yep Eman, moocher, "often imitating, always duplicating", sofa king stupid dumbass.
Heck, Dave, he stole the "often imitated, never duplicated" from Ferrerman...his real namE is thief.

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Try real hard and apply some logic to the scenario. You are in a neighborhood where you don't belong at night in a drizzling rain and see a man on his cellphone obviously describing you to, assumedly, the police. You start to walk towards him but change your mind and run.
Instead of running home, however, you decide to ambush him while he is waiting for someone to arrive - again, assumedly, the police.
Logic would dictate to any clear-thinking person - even a teenager - the man on the cellphone was a resident calling the police because you drew attention to yourself and looked suspicious and was waiting for them to arrive.
Now, assuming you had the ability to think logically, what would you have done? Put yourself as far away from that man and the situation as possible? Or hang around and ambush him?
Remember, your reputation as a logical person is at stake depending on your answer.
Most teenagers would act as scared as young Trayvon Martin had been in an unfamiliar neighborhood with a strange man glaring at him from his car window and talking rapidly into the cell phone .(Was he calling police or the rest of his gang bang ghetto-'burb drugged-out buddies? The reasonable thing for an adult neighborhood watch captain to have done would have been to ask the young boy if he needed help or even a ride home in the rain that night.
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Martin was "standing his ground" against a stalker.
The jury disagrees with you, zippy!
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RealDave wrote:
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Martin was "dstanding his groun" against a stalker.
Martin was "standing his ground" looking for a gangsta fight you idiot...

Other items taken from Martin's phone included text-message discussions of drugs and pictures of a gun and marijuana plants.

If Trayvon Martin had not been paranoid, on drugs, starting a fight, drawn first blood, had been friendly or neighborly, had gone home, we wouldn't be having this conversation and Travon would be alive you dumbass...

Trayvon was not justified in his response of force, the evidence and jury says so...

It's the culture...
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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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He might be free, but he will be imprisoned by his choice to kill someone that night. Where can he go? Where will he work? Does he get to keep his gun?
It's only a matter of time before he gets into another confrontation.
On another note; a man was arrested photographing John Kerry's house, had a gun in his car.
I'll help you out, swilly.

His generous living expenses will be floated by some bloodsucking attorney working on a contingency, as they sue the sht out of the phags at NBC and MSNBC for their clear character assasination, slander, and libel in doctoring the 911 tapes.

That be a done deal....:-)
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Republican Judd Gregg, the former New Hampshire governor and U.S. senator, joined conservative columnists like the New York Times' David Brooks in urging Republicans to embrace immigration reform or face becoming a "permanent minority" in an op-ed published on Monday in The Hill.

Gregg's column, titled "GOP needs to step up to its role," stressed the importance of the two-party system to building consensus and being inclusive -- something Gregg wrote the party "is on the verge of abandoning."

"How House Republicans handle the issue of immigration will be a key test," Gregg wrote. "Can the party continue in its role as a national force for consensus and good governance in the near future? Or will it take an exclusionary path that will inevitably lead to it being a permanent minority voice?"

"If it chooses the latter course, it will have abandoned its large and critical responsibility to be a part of a reasonably well-governed constitutional system built on the need to reach consensus," he continued.

http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/g...
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Lets trace the birth of an IDEA it's born of rampant radicalism then it becomes progressivism then liberalism then it becomes moderate, conservative,outmoded,and GONE. ACPowell jr.
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NJ raider 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Your outside in view is foggy as a fall morning! You talking about 1 gang war. I grew up in an allPuerto Rican project. We look at eachother like kin. The blood & Latin kings go to war for eachother. Aaron Hernandez ( Hispanic) is a blood. The bloods are apredominately black gang. You're talking about Mexicans from Mexican drug cartels, warring with crips over territory. An isolated incident!
No retard; Aaron Hernandez is inmate #174954; nothing more, nothing less......

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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Now THAT'S funny, ginger skank!! You forget, I've seen your actual picture. Though I'm a couple of years older than you, if you stood us side-by-side and asked a random sampling who was going to croak first, I guarantee the answer would be "your nappy azz".
As for your census figures, who cares? The negroes kill each other off as fast as they can pump out rats, and the mexicans are WAAAYY better than the negroes.
Besides; the negroes just alienated them by continuing to persecute GZ....
God, Fenny, you are SUCH a liar...and a braggart...and a pathetic old man. Maybe you ought to pull out your Enoch, his Cherokreep soldier, and the twenty-five-year-old with the Swedish immigrant girlfriend socks out again...they were ever so much more believable (sarcasm) and could spell Negros correctly...
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Dumbass Dave is one creepy-ass cracker.

It's the culture...

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