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“"Always Thinking"”

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Sep 17, 2013
 

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as mentioned previously it was still dark-?-

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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
as mentioned previously it was still dark-?-
So you're making this a black issue?? Is that what you're trying to say?
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Oh good idiot #2 just checked in. Hey Hoosier sup?
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How do we know the (alleged) suspect wasn't "standing his ground" and "in fear for his life"?

The guards were armed. How did he know the other people weren't? How did he KNOW, they weren't going to beat him to death?

Please give this man the same consideration that you gave me.

What could possibly be wrong with that?

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#26
Sep 17, 2013
 
George Zimmerman wrote:
How do we know the (alleged) suspect wasn't "standing his ground" and "in fear for his life"?
The guards were armed. How did he know the other people weren't? How did he KNOW, they weren't going to beat him to death?
Please give this man the same consideration that you gave me.
What could possibly be wrong with that?
And Ferret (aka idiot #3) chimes in.

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Sep 17, 2013
 
Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> So you're making this a black issue?? Is that what you're trying to say?
Your perception is astonishing OC!
Maybe they were prejudice or prodigious and didn't look at him that way "Here's a black guy that's going to kill us"

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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
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Your perception is astonishing OC!
Maybe they were prejudice or prodigious and didn't look at him that way "Here's a black guy that's going to kill us"
I worry about you sometimes HH....

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Sep 18, 2013
 
"ME TOO!"

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#30
Sep 18, 2013
 
Blood is thicker than water but nothing is a thick as the Usual Group of Trolls when they get on a roll.

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#31
Sep 18, 2013
 
Clem have you started a thread lately?
Don't you think it's about time?
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#32
Sep 18, 2013
 
Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
Clem have you started a thread lately?
Don't you think it's about time?
LOL
Done!

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#33
Sep 21, 2013
 
Clem, should I leave it here or start a thread?

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#34
Sep 21, 2013
 
The thought just occurred to me=?=
What weapon was used to take the "CRAZY" bad man down?
Have you seen anything in The Washington Post, The New York Times, CNN, and their liberal cousins about what got the bad guy?
I think it was an AR_15 by golly! Where's the media, Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Dick Durbin praising the AR-15 for taking the Joe
Biden bad guy down. Yes folks Aaron Alexis ( see:: http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-09-16... ) was a democrat like all the other 'loonies", another war games patron.
Were you watching when all the lawmen were running or walking around the yard, what was those 'long-guns' they had in their position. If they all turned out to be = bad guys= what would you want to defend yourself? Well I'm not going to mention my weapon of choice, but a few of those could be handed out to neighbors & friends -
only those *I know* that can handle them.

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#35
Sep 21, 2013
 
Another sad, deadly incident that the obstructionist firearm extremists are again responsible for. Why? Because they steadfastly believe this newest incident of mayhem is just more necessary collateral damage.

Here's one pathetic aspect of their obstruction. The fact that they sold out to the gun manufacturers and their pusher, the NRA, means they can't / won't vote for even any new minimalist legislation that might stop the needless now-monthly murder of innocents.

Amother pathetic aspect of their gun Reg obstruction is that their own fear of an armed, as-yet faceless, nameless boogie man also keeps them from discussing what middle ground might exist between DEMs / CONs, because without their own CCWs, they'd be petrified.

Firearm extremists own this. Senseless, now-regular firearm incidents, many involving children and other innocents. We keep doing the same thing and then you folks make-believe you care and have even a scintilla of sympathy for the victims! Lying hypocrites much?

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#36
Sep 21, 2013
 
Chilli we get the /loonies'\ off the street -
"WE" have the problem in hand.
Which is the most economically feasible?
Blowing smoke up some one's ass are doing the practical?
If you can't figure out what I'm saying key some main ideas for GOOGLE.
I really don't care to explain it to you!

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Sep 21, 2013
 
Chilli J wrote:
Another sad, deadly incident that the obstructionist firearm extremists are again responsible for. Why? Because they steadfastly believe this newest incident of mayhem is just more necessary collateral damage.
Here's one pathetic aspect of their obstruction. The fact that they sold out to the gun manufacturers and their pusher, the NRA, means they can't / won't vote for even any new minimalist legislation that might stop the needless now-monthly murder of innocents.
Amother pathetic aspect of their gun Reg obstruction is that their own fear of an armed, as-yet faceless, nameless boogie man also keeps them from discussing what middle ground might exist between DEMs / CONs, because without their own CCWs, they'd be petrified.
Firearm extremists own this. Senseless, now-regular firearm incidents, many involving children and other innocents. We keep doing the same thing and then you folks make-believe you care and have even a scintilla of sympathy for the victims! Lying hypocrites much?
Democrats had every opportunity to pass legislation that they claim would stop incidents like this. They had a majority in both chambers for two years. I guess gun control was not as important as forcing us to further enrich those evil corporations they pretend to be against.

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#38
Sep 22, 2013
 
~does my little spam Shock Doctrine dance~

Once again, watch this. All of you. There really isn't anything to discus. Nor debate. All cards are, have been, in play now. We can't touch that/this!

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Sep 22, 2013
 
dragoon70056 wrote:
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Democrats had every opportunity to pass legislation that they claim would stop incidents like this. They had a majority in both chambers for two years. I guess gun control was not as important as forcing us to further enrich those evil corporations they pretend to be against.
Thanks for confirming that immature, traitorous, treasonous CONs are now pouting on the sidelines, unwilling to work together with DEMs, merely because the DEMs didn't jam through some minimal gun reform legislation during the year and change that they controlled the Congress and Senate to protect the innocents.

Thanks for admitting also that CONs continue to be uncaring and unconcerned about the monthly mayhem and murdered babies and that CONs continue to obstruct even minimal revisions to the gun Regs that might save innocents' lives, because the DEMs, for whatever reason, somehow just didn't manage to do enough way back when.

I guess to a card-carrying CON-bot, that makes perfect sense and doesn't sound like juvenile finger-pointing. Here in the R W, it sounds like the steaming load of doody, excuse-making and spin it actually is. Blaming CONs unwillingness to work together now on something DEMs didn't accomplish 5 years ago is pathetic.

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Sep 22, 2013
 
Chilli J wrote:
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Thanks for confirming that immature, traitorous, treasonous CONs are now pouting on the sidelines, unwilling to work together with DEMs, merely because the DEMs didn't jam through some minimal gun reform legislation during the year and change that they controlled the Congress and Senate to protect the innocents.
Thanks for admitting also that CONs continue to be uncaring and unconcerned about the monthly mayhem and murdered babies and that CONs continue to obstruct even minimal revisions to the gun Regs that might save innocents' lives, because the DEMs, for whatever reason, somehow just didn't manage to do enough way back when.
I guess to a card-carrying CON-bot, that makes perfect sense and doesn't sound like juvenile finger-pointing. Here in the R W, it sounds like the steaming load of doody, excuse-making and spin it actually is. Blaming CONs unwillingness to work together now on something DEMs didn't accomplish 5 years ago is pathetic.
Explain how more laws could change the actions of people who completely ignore current laws.

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Sep 22, 2013
 
Chilli J wrote:
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Thanks for confirming that immature, traitorous, treasonous CONs are now pouting on the sidelines, unwilling to work together with DEMs, merely because the DEMs didn't jam through some minimal gun reform legislation during the year and change that they controlled the Congress and Senate to protect the innocents.
Thanks for admitting also that CONs continue to be uncaring and unconcerned about the monthly mayhem and murdered babies and that CONs continue to obstruct even minimal revisions to the gun Regs that might save innocents' lives, because the DEMs, for whatever reason, somehow just didn't manage to do enough way back when.
I guess to a card-carrying CON-bot, that makes perfect sense and doesn't sound like juvenile finger-pointing. Here in the R W, it sounds like the steaming load of doody, excuse-making and spin it actually is. Blaming CONs unwillingness to work together now on something DEMs didn't accomplish 5 years ago is pathetic.
You're pouty lips are kind of cute. The libtard talking points are a bit of a turn off though.

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