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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...

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#198276 Aug 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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You mean like the dumb Hillbillies from West Virgina who vote DEMOCRAT? To you ghetto people are smart because they vote DEMOCRAT yet Hillbillies are stupid even though many of them vote Democrat.
Or is it most ghetto people are BLACK while most Hillbillies are WHITE which makes your statement .... RACIST!!!
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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RACIST? Like Hitler accusing Schindler of anti-semitism?
Did Hitler ever accuse Schindler of being a racist? But you make that alligation all the time yet you bash Hillbillies when most support Obama and the only reason why you do that is because YOU are a RACIST!

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#198277 Aug 16, 2014
Oh wow, Senator Albert B. Fall [R], the first former U.S. cabinet official sentenced to prison.
If you look at prosecutions of politicians, most are prosecuted under REPUBLICAN administrations. Yes, the charge both crooked Democrats as well as Republicans whereas under Democrat administration it seems only Republicans are prosecuted!
Case in point is Re. Charlie Rangel who was censored by the House in 2010. He should have been indicted by Eric Holder will not even investigate the criminal allegations even though they allegations are very credible.
But Eric Holder will investigate people like George Zimmerman, and now the police officer in Missiouri, base on BASELESS allegations even though it is a violation of law to investigate any crime where there is no reasonable suspicion a crime had been committed!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#198278 Aug 16, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Giving your lifestyle away again , as you wrote : "Even the fumes are running out. " LMAO (LRS-Dale tm reg'd) sounds like you're writing from experience, as SOMEone's nose has been close to the source more often than once.
Man, you are dense! Flat out dumb!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#198279 Aug 16, 2014
Learn to Read wrote:
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Sorry moron. You're the fool claiming to KNOW what your maker plans to do with each and every person. I'm just laughing at your ignorance. No problem comprehending your fable at all
Sorry Biff, I didn't notice even the slightest chuckle. The best laugh is waiting on you, the mirror! Biff, you're stupid, I'm sorry but you really are. Just one example, where did your second sentence come from? moronic flysac

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#198280 Aug 16, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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You wrote : "You see, the Demoratz have criminalize politics!!!!"
Have they, now? Ever heard of the Teapot Dome scandal?
What party did Harding, the sitting president at that time, belong to?
Who was the first senator ever to be jailed? Hmm, how about Fall , a Republican? Again, Teapot Dome scandal.
Ever heard of Nixon's 15 inner circle, close aids, being indicted and jailed? North, Libby ad nauseus? Watch it when you throw stones from your glass house, Rogue.
Again, sigh, who's counting? Your hate has driven you down the garden path. And quite the path it is, strewn with mediocre journalism/media accounts, sensational headlines that say and prove nothing, xenophobist rants, racism, and various birther clueless chants.
Two more points. How many were convicted for the TEA Pot Dome Scandal? Now, how many people were convicted when Bill Clinton sold that same Naval Petroleum Reserve in California on a no-bid sale to Occidental ? And do you know who one of the largest stock holder in Occidental was? OWL GORE!!!
Sale of the Elk Hills Naval Petroleum Reserve
On February 5, 1998, the Department of Energy and Occidental Petroleum Corporation concluded the largest divestiture of federal property in the history of the U.S. government.

The sale agreement completed a privatization process that began in 1995 when the Clinton Administration proposed selling Elk Hills. The divestment removed the federal government out of the business of producing oil and gas at Elk Hills.

In May 1995 the Clinton Administration proposed placing the federally-owned Elk Hills Naval Petroleum Reserve on the market as part of its efforts to reduce the size of government and return inherently non-federal functions to the private sector. In February 1996, the Congress passed and the President signed the Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1996 containing authorization to proceed with the sale.
http://energy.gov/fe/sale-elk-hills-naval-pet...

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#198282 Aug 16, 2014
He claimed that he was merely acting as executor of a trust that would go to his mother, but revert to him after her death. After the Elk Hills sale, Gore began disclosing between $500,000 and $1 million of his significantly more valuable stock.

Al revealed a different type of trust execution problem regarding ethanol tax breaks he had supported as a presidential candidate. Speaking in 2010 at a green energy business conference in Athens, Greece, he said:“It is not a good policy to have these massive subsidies for first-generation ethanol.” Reuters quoted Gore saying of the U.S. policy that was about to come up for congressional review,“First-generation ethanol I think was a mistake. The energy conversion ratios are at best very small.”

He then explained:“One of the reasons I made that mistake is that I paid particular attention to the farmers in my home state of Tennessee, and I had a certain fondness for the farmers in the state of Iowa [the first-in-the-nation caucuses state] because I was about to run for president.”

As it turned out, however, maybe losing that election to George W. Bush in late 2000 wasn’t such a bad thing for Al after all. Consider that during his years in government his total accumulated net worth was about $1.7 million. About $750,000 of that was tied up in two homes he owned with then-wife Tipper in Virginia and Tennessee.

That was a far cry from the property he owns now: a 20-room, 10,000 square foot antebellum mansion in Nashville’s wealthy Belle Meade neighborhood, and the $8.9 million rising ocean-front threatened villa in Montecito, California he purchased following his divorce. He can certainly afford to pay the 221,000 kilowatt-hours utility bill for that Nashville home alone that the Tennessee Center for Policy Research published from 2007 records, 20 times national average household consumption.

In 2004, Gore co-founded London-based Generation Investment Management (GIM) with Senator Feinstein’s husband, former Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Managing Director David Blood to invest money in businesses that were “going green”. Public filings show that GIM raised profits of nearly $218 million between 2008 and 2011, split among 26 partners. By 2008 Gore was able to put together $35 million into hedge funds and private partnerships through Capricorn Investment Group, a Palo Alto company founded by his Canadian billionaire buddy Jeffrey Skoll, the first president of EBay Inc.

It was Skoll’s Participant Media company that produced Gore’s feverishly frightening science fiction 2006 film,“An Inconvenient Truth.” Following an investigation, Sir Michael Burton, a judge in London’s High Court, ruled in 2007 that the film can be shown in secondary schools only if accompanied by guidance notes for teachers to balance Mr. Gore’s “one-sided” views. In comments regarding that ruling, he pointed out that the “apocalyptical vision” presented in the movie was politically partisan, and not an impartial analysis of the science of climate change:“It is built around the charismatic presence of the ex-vice president Al Gore, whose crusade is to persuade the world of the dangers of climate change caused by global warming…It is now common ground that this is not simply a science film- although it is based substantially on science research and opinion, but it is [clearly] a political film.”

In November 2007, GIM joined with the Silicon Valley venture capital company Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) in its efforts to create “a global collaboration to find, fund and accelerate green business technology and policy solutions with the greatest potential to help solve the current climate crisis.” GIM reportedly put somewhere between $50 million and $100 million into KPCB’s $1 billion growth fund. Gore became a KPCB partner.

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#198283 Aug 16, 2014
During the five years after Gore joined KPCB to promote environmentally-correct “green tech” investments, the results have been pretty dismal. According to VentureSource, of the more than 60 companies that have received KPCB equity backing, only three have been acquired or merged into other companies. and only two have managed to go public. Shareholders of one, Amyris, Inc., a biomass company, have lost 80% of their value since the firm’s 2010 IPO. The other, Enphase Energy, which went public in March 2012, was listed by the Wall Street Journal in December as the worst IPO of that year.

Optimistic that a Democrat-controlled Congress would pass cap-and-trade legislation, GIM bought a 9.6 percent stake in Camco International Ltd, a manager of products to reduce greenhouse gases. GIM also took a 10 percent stake in the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) which was also poised to make windfall profits selling CO2 offsets if and when cap-and-trade legislation passed. Speaking before a 2007 Joint House Hearing of the Energy Science Committee, Gore told members:“As soon as carbon has a price, you’re going to see a wave [of investment] in it…There will be unchained investment.”

Big problems originally struck between May of 2008 and October of 2009 when the CCX market value for one metric ton of carbon plummeted from $7 per metric ton to $0.10 along with the shareholders’ investment values. Losers included the Ford Motor Company, Amtrak, DuPont, Dow Corning, American Electric Power, International Paper, and Waste Management, along with the states of Illinois and New Mexico, seven cities, and a number of universities.

By 2010, GIM had upped its stake in Camco (renamed Camco Clean Energy Plc) to 18.6 percent. But by October of that year disaster struck. Republicans took control of the House, dashing all cap-and-trade hopes along with huge profit prospects for either Camco or CCX. The latter shut down operations in November of that year.

On top of that bad news, First Solar Inc., another GIM investment, got squeezed out of the solar panel market by cheaper Chinese products. According to Bloomberg, GIM dumped its last First Solar stock at a $165.9 million loss in 2012.

Yet only fourteen years after leaving office, Al Gore has still amassed a huge stash …right up there approaching Mitt Romney’s. He recently exercised options at $7.48 per share on 59,000 shares of Apple stock, part of 101,358 restricted options he was granted as a board member in 2003…representing total gross holdings valued at more than $45.6 million. That Apple board tenure coincided with a 5,900 percent stock price increase.

Then there’s that estimated $70 million net he received for his 20 percent stake in the January sale of the Current TV network, his share of the $500 million paid as a “fixer-upper project” by the Qatari-owned al -Jazeera Satellite Network. Prior to the sale, he had been paying himself $1.2 million a year in salary and bonuses.

Given that Al Gore is so green and all, it struck many people that the Big Oil al-Jazeera deal might be a bit…well perhaps even a lot…hypocritical for someone who for years had inveighed against dreaded fossil-fueled global warming. As Daily Show television host Jon Stewart questioned,“Can mogul Al Gore coexist with activist Al Gore?” And after all, hadn’t he even more recently referred to the Keystone XL pipeline proposal as unethical, telling an audience at an event sponsored by the Toronto Globe and Mail earlier this month that “there is no such thing as ethical oil”, there’s “only dirty oil and dirtier oil”?

In any case, Al’s well and all’s well that ends well. Hey, global temperatures have been flat for the past 17 years, Al’s oceanfront property isn’t in danger of becoming underwater any time soon, and the al -Jazeera’s purchase of Current brought in a huge bale of the sort of green he can really bank on.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#198285 Aug 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Travis County, Texas is the capitol of Texas, Austin, and is the most Liberal county in Texas. These are the same Libtards that indited Tom DeLay who charges were later dismissed.
Now they have indited Gov. Rick Perry over trumped up charges and I am sure these charges will also be thrown out. Yes, Libtards have criminalized politics!!!!
Meet the Prosecutor Who Indicted Perry
District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg is trying to get revenge against Texas Governor Rick Perry for refusing to give her office 7.5 million for the Public Integrity Office. If Lehmbeg’s name sounds familiar, it could be because she is the prosecutor that brought the false charges against Tom DeLay. She has always been very political and successfully got DeLay out of congress using false charges.
http://buzzpo.com/meet-prosecutor-indicted-pe...
Is that the same Perry whose wife, it is rumoured, informed him that God told her he ought to run for the presidency, to which Perry replied he knew that as God had already told him. Worthy future ex-successor to GWB who was also informed by God that he should be president, not to mention He told him to invade Iraq. How about prosecuting on the grounds of hallucination?

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#198286 Aug 16, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Is it possible that a person that pretends to know something, anything, about a country's economy could write the above? And, most discouraging, believe, sincerely believe, that he is right? Consider :
1. Labour participation rate was higher in 2009. That is correct. Various factors, the main one being retiring baby boomers come into play, not to mention the continuing export of jobs which Obama tried to slow by sending a bill to the Republican Congress to temper or cut tax cuts to corporations that moved offshore. Speaker Boehmer did not even call a vote on it, so tied is he to the corporate boardrooms of the United States;
2. As I pointed out earlier, the LPR of the U.S. is 6th out of 34 OECD countries. Seems 28 other of the richest countries are having problems with the Labour Participation Rate;
3. Interesting Florida statistics. And why is it that those "damn. aliens are grabbing jobs that Americans don't seem to be able to land? Well, could it be that those jobs offer wages that are so low that no one would take them, what with being able to earn more on unemployment insurance or welfare? Who can blame them? And, those alien jobs, could it be that a lot of them are "black market" jobs, jobs that are paid under the table, not declared, low wages, no tax, no benefits, longer hours? Why's that, Rogue? Who hires and pays those "illegal" aliens? The big corporations, your friends and masters? NOoooooooo, surely not. Yeah, sure.
1. And guess what, as soon as you are 70 y/o, you are no longer considered to be of the Labor Pool. So there goes your Baby Boom question.
2. There is not one Baby Boomer who is over 70 YET!!!
3. LIE. Last month our Labor Force (age 16-70) was 248 Million and in Jan. 2009 it was only 234 Million. Baby Boomers under 70 are being forced out. If you are over 55 y/o and you loss your job, it is highly unlikely you will find employment and you are forced into easy retirement. Get your F-ing stats straight!
And about Big Business, they give us jobs. And SMALL Businesses give us even more jobs/ It is you Libtards who have forced businesses to export jobs.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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#198287 Aug 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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You mean like the dumb Hillbillies from West Virgina who vote DEMOCRAT? To you ghetto people are smart because they vote DEMOCRAT yet Hillbillies are stupid even though many of them vote Democrat.
Or is it most ghetto people are BLACK while most Hillbillies are WHITE which makes your statement .... RACIST!!!
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Did Hitler ever accuse Schindler of being a racist? But you make that alligation all the time yet you bash Hillbillies when most support Obama and the only reason why you do that is because YOU are a RACIST!
You really don't know what an analogy is, do you? It's why you're as dumb as the apostles, not able to even understand simple parables. What a crock. Look up "Analogy" in a dictionary, Rogue. Oh, you don't have one? Try Google then.

Also, I'd appreciate your reminding me when I bashed hillbillies. Once will do. Start looking.

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#198288 Aug 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Travis County, Texas is the capitol of Texas, Austin, and is the most Liberal county in Texas. These are the same Libtards that indited Tom DeLay who charges were later dismissed.
Now they have indited Gov. Rick Perry over trumped up charges and I am sure these charges will also be thrown out. Yes, Libtards have criminalized politics!!!!
Meet the Prosecutor Who Indicted Perry
District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg is trying to get revenge against Texas Governor Rick Perry for refusing to give her office 7.5 million for the Public Integrity Office. If Lehmbeg’s name sounds familiar, it could be because she is the prosecutor that brought the false charges against Tom DeLay. She has always been very political and successfully got DeLay out of congress using false charges.
http://buzzpo.com/meet-prosecutor-indicted-pe ...
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Is that the same Perry whose wife, it is rumoured, informed him that God told her he ought to run for the presidency, to which Perry replied he knew that as God had already told him. Worthy future ex-successor to GWB who was also informed by God that he should be president, not to mention He told him to invade Iraq. How about prosecuting on the grounds of hallucination?
What in the Hell does that have to do with malicious prosecutions? Tom DeLay was maliciously prosecuted and now Perry is two. All Perry did was Veto a Bill. It that were applied of Obama, he would have been in prison by 2010!
Can you explain why a Veto should be a crime of any sort?
Oh, and it was Mohamed who told Obama to run for President. So what????

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#198289 Aug 16, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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You really don't know what an analogy is, do you? It's why you're as dumb as the apostles, not able to even understand simple parables. What a crock. Look up "Analogy" in a dictionary, Rogue. Oh, you don't have one? Try Google then.
Also, I'd appreciate your reminding me when I bashed hillbillies. Once will do. Start looking.
You really don't know what an analogy is, do you? YOU need to look up "analogy"!
Gunga Din

West Mifflin, PA

#198290 Aug 16, 2014
if black is beautiful I just shit a masterpiece.
LRS

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#198291 Aug 16, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Is that the same Perry whose wife, it is rumoured, informed him that God told her he ought to run for the presidency, to which Perry replied he knew that as God had already told him. Worthy future ex-successor to GWB who was also informed by God that he should be president, not to mention He told him to invade Iraq. How about prosecuting on the grounds of hallucination?
Hateful little fella, aren't ya? Wonderful shade of green, also! What a DIP!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#198292 Aug 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Travis County, Texas is the capitol of Texas, Austin, and is the most Liberal county in Texas. These are the same Libtards that indited Tom DeLay who charges were later dismissed.
Now they have indited Gov. Rick Perry over trumped up charges and I am sure these charges will also be thrown out. Yes, Libtards have criminalized politics!!!!
Meet the Prosecutor Who Indicted Perry
District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg is trying to get revenge against Texas Governor Rick Perry for refusing to give her office 7.5 million for the Public Integrity Office. If Lehmbeg’s name sounds familiar, it could be because she is the prosecutor that brought the false charges against Tom DeLay. She has always been very political and successfully got DeLay out of congress using false charges.
http://buzzpo.com/meet-prosecutor-indicted-pe ...
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What in the Hell does that have to do with malicious prosecutions? Tom DeLay was maliciously prosecuted and now Perry is two. All Perry did was Veto a Bill. It that were applied of Obama, he would have been in prison by 2010!
Can you explain why a Veto should be a crime of any sort?
Oh, and it was Mohamed who told Obama to run for President. So what????
Again, you are clueless and continue putting that big lumberjack boot in your even bigger mouth. Obama never claimed Mohamad told him to be president. And he did become president nonetheless. Both Perry and his wife were told to run for president by God himself. He didn't even make the primaries ha ha. As to GWB, we can all see how God somehow got off track telling GWB he should be president.

As to prosecution of presidential inner circles and aides, would you like me to run a comparison of the indicted and jailed under Nixon, Reagan, then Clinton and Obama? Are you sure you'd want that?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

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#198293 Aug 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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You really don't know what an analogy is, do you? YOU need to look up "analogy"!
Okay, just this once. An analogy is having Hitler talk to Schindler. You see, he never did talk to him, but I told of it to make a point. Like parables - they are all pretty much a form of analogies. It's why you and the clueless illiterate apostles do and did not "get it". DOH.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

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#198294 Aug 16, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Travis County, Texas is the capitol of Texas, Austin, and is the most Liberal county in Texas. These are the same Libtards that indited Tom DeLay who charges were later dismissed.
Now they have indited Gov. Rick Perry over trumped up charges and I am sure these charges will also be thrown out. Yes, Libtards have criminalized politics!!!!
Meet the Prosecutor Who Indicted Perry
District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg is trying to get revenge against Texas Governor Rick Perry for refusing to give her office 7.5 million for the Public Integrity Office. If Lehmbeg’s name sounds familiar, it could be because she is the prosecutor that brought the false charges against Tom DeLay. She has always been very political and successfully got DeLay out of congress using false charges.
http://buzzpo.com/meet-prosecutor-indicted-pe ...
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What in the Hell does that have to do with malicious prosecutions? Tom DeLay was maliciously prosecuted and now Perry is two. All Perry did was Veto a Bill. It that were applied of Obama, he would have been in prison by 2010!
Can you explain why a Veto should be a crime of any sort?
Oh, and it was Mohamed who told Obama to run for President. So what????
Is that not the same Tom DeLay who claimed that God wrote the Constitution? If so, DeLay forgot to tell us why these wise founding fathers forgot to include, in the Constitution, the Blacks (slaves when it was written) and native Americans were excluded from , well, never mind, here's the preamble to the Constitution : "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence,[note 1] promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

Well, Rogue, tell me how a bunch of lawmakers, inspired by God himself who according to DeLay, wrote the Constitution, could forget Blacks and native Americans ? You mean "we the people" has no blacks or native Americans in it? Those two important groups, for well nigh 100 years, had no right to domestic tranquility, common defence, general welfare and the blessings of liberty and posterity? DeLay should have been found guilty of blasphemy for claiming God wrote the Constitution, don't you agree?

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

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#198295 Aug 16, 2014
"With malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in."

The Second Inaugural
Abraham Lincoln
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#198296 Aug 16, 2014
I got this from ColorOfChange and they think the cop was racist because he stopped two men who were walking in the middle of a street and blocking traffic. Are only black police officers allowed to stop black men?
And just how were they racially profiling Mr. Brown? Most people in that part of town are ...... BLACK!

Dear Rogue,

I am here standing shoulder-to-shoulder in Ferguson, MO with those demanding justice for 18-year-old Michael Brown who was racially profiled and tragically killed by a police officer last week. I came to amplify the voices of the more than 100,000 ColorOfChange members calling for immediate accountability and an end to the deep-seated police misconduct plaguing Ferguson and cities across the country.

Tomorrow, with the world watching, we will march. Show your support by joining and sharing this campaign to pressure federal officials to intervene and ensure real accountability. Justice comes only when we stand up against unlawful police abuse and racially-motivated violence. The time is now.

http://shpg.org/176/8892...

We must stay vigilant and continue to push for bold measures that will ensure justice for Michael — a justice which includes long-term systemic reforms to the way our communities are policed.

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#198297 Aug 16, 2014
Why has Dorian Johnson not been arrested? He was an accomplice of Michael Brown in the robbery of that convenience store so why have they not arrested him? Because he is ...... black?!?

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