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Trayvon Martin Shooting Death Sparks Outrage on Social Media

There are 66306 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Mar 22, 2012, titled Trayvon Martin Shooting Death Sparks Outrage on Social Media. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

Social media has put the spotlight on the story Trayvon Martin , an unarmed African-American teenager who was shot to death last month by a neighborhood watch captain in Florida.

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spOko

Oakland, CA

#79984 Nov 23, 2013
Piggy wrote:
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Hundreds of thousands of potential crimes are thwarted each and every year by firearms.
The media only reports gun violence when a white person runs amouk and kills a bunch of people.
They will stop at nothing to disarm us!
The overwhelming number of murders each year are comitted with ILLEGAL firearms.
Law abiding citizens only use their weapons to defend themselves.
How long have you had your illegal gun?
Absolute baloney pure and simple, that claim is being made over and over by the gunloonery but there is nothing, nothing at all, to substantiate it - it is nothing more than anecdotal and wishful thinking. As a matter of fact, when these gun-toting people are interviewed after the incident it always comes to light that they completely misjudged the situation placing others in danger.
Piggy

Saint Louis, MO

#79985 Nov 23, 2013
PATRIOT DVC wrote:
<quoted text> Yeah its amazing what a D-9 Dozer and a C18 Track hoe can do to change certain areas. Hahaha Plus having the Sheriff put the assholes off the property and back into helicopters and small planes to survey causes untold anxieties hahaha. Waiting on a drone with a 338 Lapua makes for a worthwhile pastime while perch jerking too. Goddamn suckass fed bastards! I hate em all collectively. They never have much luck navigating what we call the slide. Lots of gators there and they really get excited with some deer scraps or a dead beaver. Just think what they could do with a bonafide live liberal suckass MIA "fed" hahaha.
LOL!...Reminds me of Motel hell!

You never know when one of 'em will drop in for a "spot check."

ROFLMFAO!

Piggy

Saint Louis, MO

#79986 Nov 23, 2013
spOko wrote:
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Absolute baloney pure and simple, that claim is being made over and over by the gunloonery but there is nothing, nothing at all, to substantiate it - it is nothing more than anecdotal and wishful thinking. As a matter of fact, when these gun-toting people are interviewed after the incident it always comes to light that they completely misjudged the situation placing others in danger.
Police reports from all over the country prove and confirm that firearms are responsible for protecting the lives and property of over 100,000 gun owning law abiding citizens each and every year.

And many of these cases are attempted rapes!

Prove otherwise coward!

Or else STFU!
Piggy

Saint Louis, MO

#79987 Nov 23, 2013
Citizen 1

Spokane, WA

#79988 Nov 23, 2013
Piggy wrote:
<quoted text>
...in research that will be released in July?
ROFLMFAO!
What makes you think that a Soros goon is giving you accurate information?
It's all BS!...just like your own big fat stupid ass!
The Congressional Research Service is a LEGITAMITE Organization!
Yahoo News is the most popular on line news service.
Mediamatters is a left wing propoganda website that operates by illegaly obtaining taxpayer funds.
http://news.yahoo.com/are-republicans-really-...
Miss Piggy:

You are so predictable. Typical. We present you with facts, and vetted research. Then you deny those very facts. Is the earth still flat, or a bit more round? Do tell...
Citizen 1

Spokane, WA

#79989 Nov 23, 2013
"People For The American Way: "Unprecedented Level Of Obstructionism" On Pace To Filibuster 40 Executive Nominees.

PFAW notes that much of the obstructionism is unrelated to the nominees' personal qualifications and is motivated because the GOP does "not wish to allow the agencies and departments to which they have been nominated to do their work":

In the last four months, eight additional executive branch nominees have faced filibusters from Republicans intent on blocking their nominations. These include Kent Yoshiho Hirozawa (National Labor Relations Board member), Nancy Jean Schiffer (National Labor Relations Board member), Mark Gaston Pearce (National Labor Relations Board Chairman), Byron Todd Jones (Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives), Richard F. Griffin (National Labor Relations Board General Counsel), Alan F. Estevez (Assistant Secretary of Defense Logistics and Materiel Readiness), Katherine Archuleta (Director of the Office of Personnel Management), and Congressman Melvin L. Watt (Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency).

****** Notably, the filibuster of Congressman Watt represented the first filibuster of a sitting member of Congress for an executive branch appointment since before the Civil War.******

[...]

Not only do these filibusters hinder the work of a wide range of agencies and departments, they are also part of a larger Republican agenda to nullify existing laws through obstruction.

Many of President Obama's executive branch nominees have faced filibusters not because Senate Republicans objected to their personal qualifications, but because they do not wish to allow the agencies and departments to which they have been nominated to do their work.[People For The American Way, 11/18/13]."

http://mediamatters.org/research/2013/11/18/m...
Citizen 1

Spokane, WA

#79990 Nov 23, 2013
"Huffington Post: Nominees Are "Noncontroversial" And The "Diversity Of The Group Is Hard To Overlook."

In blocking Obama's executive and judicial nominees, Senate Republicans have succeeded in preventing a highly-qualified and highly-diverse group from government service. As the Huffington Post reported:

Senate Republicans filibustered another one of President Barack Obama's nominees on [November 12]: Nina Pillard, a Georgetown University law professor and a noncontroversial nominee to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.

[...]

Republicans readily admit their opposition to Pillard isn't about her. In fact, they don't really have a problem with any of Obama's picks for the D.C. Circuit, the second most powerful court in the nation. They just don't want him to fill its three vacancies. Many of them say the court isn't busy enough to warrant filling its empty seats; others make the counterintuitive argument that Obama is "court-packing" by filling routine vacancies. But both of those arguments gloss over the fact that the president, any president, has a constitutional duty to fill empty court seats, and barring extraordinary circumstances, the Senate is supposed to give nominees a vote.

Pillard's filibuster is the latest example of how the Senate isn't holding to that standard anymore. Not only is she the third noncontroversial nominee that Republicans have filibustered in the last two weeks, but she is now the 20th Obama nominee who is either currently being blocked or was blocked and ultimately withdrew from the process. Those blockages cause a logjam that reverberates through the judiciary and the executive branch, as positions have gone unfilled at crisis levels dating back to 2007.

[...]

The diversity of the group is hard to overlook. Ten of the sidelined judicial nominees are women, two are openly gay and nine are minorities (seven are African American, one is Asian American and one is Native American). The lone executive nominee being blocked right now, Rep. Mel Watt (D-N.C.), is African American.

Democrats have noted that Republicans keep filibustering female nominees to the D.C. Circuit. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) wondered aloud on the Senate floor "whether there is a double standard" when it comes to putting women on that court. Before Pillard, Republicans also blocked Patricia Millett and Caitlin Halligan.[Huffington Post, 11/13/13]"
Cut and paste day

United States

#79991 Nov 23, 2013
Citizen 1 wrote:
"Huffington Post: Nominees Are "Noncontroversial" And The "Diversity Of The Group Is Hard To Overlook."
In blocking Obama's executive and judicial nominees, Senate Republicans have succeeded in preventing a highly-qualified and highly-diverse group from government service. As the Huffington Post reported:
Senate Republicans filibustered another one of President Barack Obama's nominees on [November 12]: Nina Pillard, a Georgetown University law professor and a noncontroversial nominee to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
[...]
Republicans readily admit their opposition to Pillard isn't about her. In fact, they don't really have a problem with any of Obama's picks for the D.C. Circuit, the second most powerful court in the nation. They just don't want him to fill its three vacancies. Many of them say the court isn't busy enough to warrant filling its empty seats; others make the counterintuitive argument that Obama is "court-packing" by filling routine vacancies. But both of those arguments gloss over the fact that the president, any president, has a constitutional duty to fill empty court seats, and barring extraordinary circumstances, the Senate is supposed to give nominees a vote.
Pillard's filibuster is the latest example of how the Senate isn't holding to that standard anymore. Not only is she the third noncontroversial nominee that Republicans have filibustered in the last two weeks, but she is now the 20th Obama nominee who is either currently being blocked or was blocked and ultimately withdrew from the process. Those blockages cause a logjam that reverberates through the judiciary and the executive branch, as positions have gone unfilled at crisis levels dating back to 2007.
[...]
The diversity of the group is hard to overlook. Ten of the sidelined judicial nominees are women, two are openly gay and nine are minorities (seven are African American, one is Asian American and one is Native American). The lone executive nominee being blocked right now, Rep. Mel Watt (D-N.C.), is African American.
Democrats have noted that Republicans keep filibustering female nominees to the D.C. Circuit. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) wondered aloud on the Senate floor "whether there is a double standard" when it comes to putting women on that court. Before Pillard, Republicans also blocked Patricia Millett and Caitlin Halligan.[Huffington Post, 11/13/13]"
Each and every time you attempt to be intellectual, you resort to cut and paste another authors opinion.

If you were giving a speech, that would be referred to as plagiarism. Since you do not know the meaning of " plagiarism " your going to have to consult with Mr. Webster on that one.

And PLEASE no one on here needs you to cut and paste the definition. Just E mail it, to your two other pen pals.

Hero's aren't born, there made. Ask a real HERO if in doubt.( George Zimmerman )
PATRIOT aka Hillbilly

Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico

#79992 Nov 23, 2013
Citizen 1 wrote:
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Hahahaha Freeloader! My point exactly. You do NOT own such land. And you claim that you inherited said land. What a purported free-loading ingrate.
Also, you claim to be all tough on no trespassing. However, you just can't stop those pesky Black Federal Helicopters from surveilling you from over head, huh? Are you scared and paranoid? Hmmmm...
You are a joke and a liar.
You would never call me a liar to my face punk and Ill prove that by calling your bluff here and now. Arrange a time and place compatible with my presence In said area. The sound of a helicopter doesn't scare me in the least. Ive looked extremely forward to that sound many many times thank you. They can be lifesavers but you wouldn't understand that. However black clad ninja looking goblins with their face covered like bandits in the night will be treated as such when trespassing on my property and many many sections of surrounding countryside also. Its our way of life.
And yes I inherited well. Why does that bother you? What can I do to make it right with you please sir do tell me. If I were a braggart Id say I built what I have on my own which I didn't. I was only smart enough to keep myself busy in my formative years when everyone is so vulnerable to making unwise judgements and not squander anything. As my dear father said many times. Just leave it alone and add to it when you can. Never sell any land because theyre not making any more of it! Same as his father before him. Pretty simple philosophy isn't it? Im extremely lucky I enlisted and stayed busy too. In my younger years of running whores and living as large as possible on my set payscale could have been my financial disaster had the money tree fell into my hands too early. Im sorry your folks didn't teach you anything to get you out of your rut of poverty, welfare entitlements and destitution. You and your ilk are easy to read. You are a parasite on the taxpayers back. Even the swampmud charcter sells cigarette lighters door to door. What have you done in the last decade to better your situation? Ridicule others and attempt to determine their fate doesn't count you cheap whore! Hahaha Oh I forgot you voted for the socialist messiah to strip my tree and donate to yours. Good luck with that Im as tight as Dicks hatband when it comes to paying taxes. Id rather buy an uneeded piece of heavy equipment or a big tractor to serve as a spiderweb nest than give it to you and your cousins. Storms wipe out a lot of timber for quick easy non verifiable write offs via a sharp Agriculture/Forest CPA too hahaha. So get this and let it sink in your thick skull. Im NOT PAYING any more to the federal welfare fund than I have to. Period. The free hamburgers aren't coming fro me! So as always GFYx2 and eat fish heads for supper hahaha. I aint a paying no mo dan me damn CPA sez too hahaha. GFYx2! Hahaha. And those pre Civil War Gold pieces are in a nice safe place too!
The Blue Collar Hillbilly
Cut and paste day

United States

#79993 Nov 23, 2013
Citizen 1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Miss Piggy:
You are so predictable. Typical. We present you with facts, and vetted research. Then you deny those very facts. Is the earth still flat, or a bit more round? Do tell...
Present Facts ??? Vetted Research ???

That's a Joke, all you do is hone your skills on cut and paste somebody else's thoughts. Hell, some of your cut paste do not even follow the dialogue.

A day in the life of Citizen 1. Oh WOW, look what this character just posted !!! Quick, need to locate an opinion on that one. Yeah, need to get that cut and pasted right now, time is of the essence.
Citizen 1

Spokane, WA

#79994 Nov 23, 2013
"Congressional Expert Norm Ornstein: "Flimsy," "Outrageous," "Drive-By Filibuster[s]" Are Not In Accord With Senate Tradition.

American Enterprise Institute Scholar Norm Ornstein argued for a rules chance in the Senate if all three D.C. Circuit nominees are filibustered because "reflexive party loyalty" is threatening the institution:

When Harry Reid and McConnell reached a deal on filibusters in January, it was clear that a key component of that deal was that Republicans in the Senate would give due deference to a newly reelected president in his executive nominations, and would only oppose judicial nominations for courts of appeals under "extraordinary circumstances," which clearly means judges without clear qualifications or experience, or extreme ideologies.

No one could accuse Millett of either of those characteristics. This is all about denying a president the right to pick judges to fill existing vacancies. Two more nominees for the D.C. Circuit are coming up soon, the real test of whether Republicans will continue to flout the January agreement and threaten fundamental comity in the Senate.

Watching senators like Lamar Alexander, Bob Corker, Mike Johanns (John Y. would not approve), Mark Kirk, John McCain, and Lindsey Graham join both of these filibusters, and Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins join one, is painful. These are the problem solvers, and they have let reflexive party loyalty overcome what should be a protection for the Senate and its traditions. These kinds of filibusters are not a part of those traditions.

If the other two D.C. Circuit nominees are filibustered and blocked, I would support Harry Reid's move to change the rules now, to move from a 60-vote requirement to stop debate and vote to a 40-vote requirement to continue debate.

The argument that if he does so, Republicans will do the same thing when they take the White House and Senate is a bad one: Can anyone doubt that McConnell would blow up the filibuster rule in a nanosecond if he had the ability to fill all courts with radical conservatives like Janice Rogers Brown for decades to come? I hope it does not come to this--and that the problem solvers in the Senate keep their titles, preserve their institution, and stop the filibuster madness.[National Journal, 11/6/13]"

http://mediamatters.org/research/2013/11/18/m...
PATRIOT aka Hillbilly

Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico

#79995 Nov 23, 2013
Citizen 1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Hahahaha Freeloader! My point exactly. You do NOT own such land. And you claim that you inherited said land. What a purported free-loading ingrate.
Also, you claim to be all tough on no trespassing. However, you just can't stop those pesky Black Federal Helicopters from surveilling you from over head, huh? Are you scared and paranoid? Hmmmm...
You are a joke and a liar.
I failed to tell you a bit more about that six mile road and the electrical service now available. Guess what we did with the old overhead cable when we rewired the new underground line? Youre gonna like this and maybe you want to pass it along to your heroes. I don't care. We crisscrossed it 50-60 high and anchored it in huge hardwood trees above many nearby fields to assist your ninjas in case they wanted to drop in for a unexpected visit hahaha. When I need visitors Ill do the inviting hahaha. Cat 390s comes in handy for more than pure earthmoving. Free landing zone available without request! Enjoy! Regards!
Cut and paste day

United States

#79996 Nov 23, 2013
Citizen 1 wrote:
"Congressional Expert Norm Ornstein: "Flimsy," "Outrageous," "Drive-By Filibuster[s]" Are Not In Accord With Senate Tradition.
American Enterprise Institute Scholar Norm Ornstein argued for a rules chance in the Senate if all three D.C. Circuit nominees are filibustered because "reflexive party loyalty" is threatening the institution:
When Harry Reid and McConnell reached a deal on filibusters in January, it was clear that a key component of that deal was that Republicans in the Senate would give due deference to a newly reelected president in his executive nominations, and would only oppose judicial nominations for courts of appeals under "extraordinary circumstances," which clearly means judges without clear qualifications or experience, or extreme ideologies.
No one could accuse Millett of either of those characteristics. This is all about denying a president the right to pick judges to fill existing vacancies. Two more nominees for the D.C. Circuit are coming up soon, the real test of whether Republicans will continue to flout the January agreement and threaten fundamental comity in the Senate.
Watching senators like Lamar Alexander, Bob Corker, Mike Johanns (John Y. would not approve), Mark Kirk, John McCain, and Lindsey Graham join both of these filibusters, and Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins join one, is painful. These are the problem solvers, and they have let reflexive party loyalty overcome what should be a protection for the Senate and its traditions. These kinds of filibusters are not a part of those traditions.
If the other two D.C. Circuit nominees are filibustered and blocked, I would support Harry Reid's move to change the rules now, to move from a 60-vote requirement to stop debate and vote to a 40-vote requirement to continue debate.
The argument that if he does so, Republicans will do the same thing when they take the White House and Senate is a bad one: Can anyone doubt that McConnell would blow up the filibuster rule in a nanosecond if he had the ability to fill all courts with radical conservatives like Janice Rogers Brown for decades to come? I hope it does not come to this--and that the problem solvers in the Senate keep their titles, preserve their institution, and stop the filibuster madness.[National Journal, 11/6/13]"
http://mediamatters.org/research/2013/11/18/m...
Well doesn't the above post prove my point 110% without doubt !!
Another in a series of cut and paste articles. This gem from Media Matters.

Cut and paste others statements all day long, only ascertains that you are incapable of thinking, commenting, writing, your own beliefs and opinions.

What Next ??? You going to mail out the editorial section from the newspaper to all ???

You remind me of a coat hanger!! Hang it up loser!!!!!!!
Citizen 1

Spokane, WA

#79997 Nov 23, 2013
"As expected, the Senate blocked an up-or-down confirmation vote Tuesday on one of the nation’s leading women’s rights attorneys, Georgetown University law professor Nina Pillard.

Pillard is one of three nominees to the powerful U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit that Republicans committed to block. Democrats have warned that if Republicans go forward with their threat and block all three nominees, they will invoke what is known as the nuclear option, and change the Senate rules with a simple majority vote.

Under existing rules, 60 votes are needed to invoke cloture and overcome a filibuster. The Senate vote Tuesday evening was 56-41, meaning that Pillard’s nomination had the support of a majority of senators but was nonetheless blocked.

Two weeks ago, Senate Republicans signaled their commitment to filibustering these nominees when they similarly blocked a vote on Patricia Millett, a nominee that has garnered little particularized opposition from Republicans.

Instead, Senate Republicans have cited misleading statistics to claim that judges are no longer needed to fill the three vacant seats, belying the reality that filibustering Obama’s nominees would maintain the conservative stronghold over the court that has blocked environmental regulations and issued a radical ruling that could undercut all federal labor regulation.

Filibustering Pillard, who was rated unanimously well qualified by the American Bar Association, sends an even broader message. Unlike the generalized opposition to Millett and Obama’s third nominee to the D.C. Circuit, Judge Robert Wilkins, Republicans have aimed more personal attacks at Pillard.

One prominent conservative group warned of Pillard’s “militant feminism,” saying,“America can’t afford to give a lifetime appointment to a radical ideologue!” And Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) attacked a law review article in which Pillard opposed gender stereotyping in public school curricula.

As Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-VT) pointed out just before the vote, Pillard is also the third highly qualified woman whose nomination to the D.C. Circuit has been blocked by Senate Republicans.(The other two were Millett and Caitlin Halligan).

Today’s vote against Pillard may confirm what U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg predicted when she said her record as a women’s rights attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union “would probably disqualify” her from confirmation if she were nominated to the bench today.

The filibuster of Pillard not only brings Senate Democrats a step closer to invoking the “nuclear option.” It also suggests a grim future for judicial nominees who are open about their commitment to women’s and reproductive rights, and raises questions about who will carry on the legacy of Justice Ginsburg.

Among those Republicans who voted against Pillard were a host of Republican senators who pledged during George W. Bush’s presidency never to filibuster a judicial nominee, and some who even said it was unconstitutional."

http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2013/11/12/2...
PATRIOT aka Hillbilly

Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico

#79998 Nov 23, 2013
Cut and paste day wrote:
<quoted text>
Present Facts ??? Vetted Research ???
That's a Joke, all you do is hone your skills on cut and paste somebody else's thoughts. Hell, some of your cut paste do not even follow the dialogue.
A day in the life of Citizen 1. Oh WOW, look what this character just posted !!! Quick, need to locate an opinion on that one. Yeah, need to get that cut and pasted right now, time is of the essence.
He also worries more about my financial situation than he does his own. I wanna hire the little son of a bitch and get him a brand spanking new zoot suit and put him at the gate next to my old school bus bench. But I want him also wearing a dunce cap. Nothing to do but occasionally open the gate and speak to the mail lady when she comes by. Just a good honest 7-5 job. Lunch break and obumacare included. Now that's more than hes got going for him right now! Of course I want him to realize he must carry a handgun at all times and pass a drug test at random. Music will be provided along with KFC chicken on Saturdays. What more does he need??
PATRIOT aka Hillbilly

Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico

#79999 Nov 23, 2013
Cut and paste day wrote:
<quoted text>
Well doesn't the above post prove my point 110% without doubt !!
Another in a series of cut and paste articles. This gem from Media Matters.
Cut and paste others statements all day long, only ascertains that you are incapable of thinking, commenting, writing, your own beliefs and opinions.
What Next ??? You going to mail out the editorial section from the newspaper to all ???
You remind me of a coat hanger!! Hang it up loser!!!!!!!
The silly sob could just take me up on the job offer and hand deliver the newspaper every day to my fkn porch! Id give him a bicycle to get from the bus stop bench to my house every fkn day. The only variable accepted is that he could rotate the dunce cap for one of those little silly kike caps hahaha. And MLK Jr Day aint no damn holiday either!
Citizen 1

Spokane, WA

#80000 Nov 23, 2013
Read em and weep you racist ignorant fuks. We Dems kicked in your teeth this week on the fillabuster rule with the Constitutional option. You know it, and cannot stand defeat, once again.

I simply present sound research and facts without wasting too much time on you losers. Watching some good college football here that just cannot be wasted upon you. Don't worry, there will be much more copy and past facts to come. Suckaaaas...
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#80001 Nov 23, 2013
PATRIOT aka Hillbilly wrote:
<quoted text> He also worries more about my financial situation than he does his own. I wanna hire the little son of a bitch and get him a brand spanking new zoot suit and put him at the gate next to my old school bus bench. But I want him also wearing a dunce cap. Nothing to do but occasionally open the gate and speak to the mail lady when she comes by. Just a good honest 7-5 job. Lunch break and obumacare included. Now that's more than hes got going for him right now! Of course I want him to realize he must carry a handgun at all times and pass a drug test at random. Music will be provided along with KFC chicken on Saturdays. What more does he need??
Quote: " What more does he need?? "

Some type of fruit would be good to accompany that chicken. I would suggest an ample supply of rotten water melon.

Also as far as music, I would lean toward some type of high pitched frequency that is capable of blowing out ear drums permanently.

Other than that, appears you have all else covered.
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#80003 Nov 23, 2013
PATRIOT aka Hillbilly wrote:
<quoted text> He also worries more about my financial situation than he does his own. I wanna hire the little son of a bitch and get him a brand spanking new zoot suit and put him at the gate next to my old school bus bench. But I want him also wearing a dunce cap. Nothing to do but occasionally open the gate and speak to the mail lady when she comes by. Just a good honest 7-5 job. Lunch break and obumacare included. Now that's more than hes got going for him right now! Of course I want him to realize he must carry a handgun at all times and pass a drug test at random. Music will be provided along with KFC chicken on Saturdays. What more does he need??
Oh, one other thought. You mention he must carry a handgun. Think about it is that safe and prudent??

You might want to re-engineer that handgun so that the bullet exits from the REAR not FRONT. This mode of operation is safer for you.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#80004 Nov 23, 2013
Citizen 1 wrote:
Read em and weep you racist ignorant fuks. We Dems kicked in your teeth this week on the fillabuster rule with the Constitutional option. You know it, and cannot stand defeat, once again.
I simply present sound research and facts without wasting too much time on you losers. Watching some good college football here that just cannot be wasted upon you. Don't worry, there will be much more copy and past facts to come. Suckaaaas...
I'm sure that rule change will really make Democrats weep after we take over the Senate. In the meantime, let the world know that Democrats can't play a fair game against Republicans. A man of integrity that sees he made a mistake would do what he could to correct that mistake. DumBama is going to try and drive that mistake even harder no matter how many American lives he ruins. But then again, when did any Democrat have integrity in the first place?

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