Somebody call Al and Jesse now! This is outlandish and a travesty!posted @ Tuesday, June 18, 2013 - 21:04
Surprise, surprise, surprise.posted @ Monday, June 17, 2013 - 16:15
[quote][b]EducateGeorgia[/b] - What a fine president she will make!
That should get y'all haters riled up!
She couldn't carry Sarah Palin's jock strap. That should get y'all haters riled up!posted @ Friday, June 14, 2013 - 13:03
[quote][b]jeleclekat[/b] - Arnold Friend[/quote]
Only if he had you and Arnold Friend as his lawyer.posted @ Friday, June 14, 2013 - 13:01
She should be in prison for all the money she stole from the American people. Leave it to progressive left wing nutjobs to elect pathetic candidates like Hillary and this one:
posted @ Friday, June 14, 2013 - 12:27
[quote][b]Colonel McCheese[/b] - @OcCoCitizen:
Its because scouts have been kicked out when their orientation is found out. They want to be able to be open about who they are, in the same way that straight people are "openly straight". [/quote]
In the same way you're "openly dumb?"posted @ Friday, June 14, 2013 - 11:52
[quote][b]Arnold Friend[/b] - @McCarthy:
Needs to get him an OJ incompetent prosecution team.
That will work, too.posted @ Thursday, June 13, 2013 - 14:12
Support the gays, lose the Kingdom.posted @ Thursday, June 13, 2013 - 14:10
[quote][b]mpd0.59[/b] - I just saw the graphic images of the victim. Where's @McCarthy: to say "Get a rope."
We don't condone violence here.
posted @ Thursday, June 13, 2013 - 13:09
It's a sad day when a man can't even take a jog without getting attacked by a bunch of dogs.posted @ Thursday, June 13, 2013 - 12:51
Needs to get him an OJ jury.posted @ Thursday, June 13, 2013 - 11:01
Allowing folks over age 80 to drive makes about as much sense as democrats being allowed to vote. Just say no.posted @ Thursday, June 13, 2013 - 10:38
A fool and his $$$.posted @ Wednesday, June 12, 2013 - 13:41
Good job.posted @ Wednesday, June 12, 2013 - 06:28
[quote][b]Arnold Friend[/b] - @ArcadeTom:
It was just a stone monument marker.
On the other hand, the south is littered with freaking statues of second place winners. That's just ridiculous.
If you don't like it, move back up North where you belong.posted @ Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 15:40
[quote][b]Colonel McCheese[/b] - And yet, without one of those "greats" a person wouldn't exist.
Regardless of the length of the chain, each link is as important as the one after it. [/quote]
This might be your dumbest post to date.posted @ Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 15:39
When jogging you're only as safe as the stupidest dog owner in the neighborhood.posted @ Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 12:17
[quote][b]Logical[/b] - @McCarthy: I heard the 911 recording of the operator telling Zimmerman not to leave his vehicle. I know Zimmerman had been turned down when he applied for a job with the police department. I am an embarrassment, when you are the idiot who is attempting to "jive talk" and imply that YOU know that the Martins are trying to make money off losing their son? Do you ave a child? Can you imagine what you would do is some a$$hole shot your child? You are the embarrassment.
What you're saying is illogical. The Martins have already made $$$ off this case. And, they're gonna make even more. If you don't think so, then you're not dealing with reality. Good luck to you.posted @ Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 07:00
[quote][b]The_Truth[/b] - Race and bias aside, Zimmerman was wrong and he will pay for his actions[/quote]
Martin saw an opportunity to beat-up on a smaller guy and he took advantage of it. Unfortunately, as the wannabee thug was beating the wannabee cop's head into the cement, he was shot. Zimmerman will be convicted, not necessarily because he is guilty, but because the jury doesn't want to be labeled as racist.
In reference to your original question, I don't foresee those types of false accusations against African Americans being as prevalent today as they were in 19th and early part of 20th century. Today it's more about economics versus color of person's skin. When responding to a domestic violence call, the police are a lot more likely to arrest a white guy, in a trailer park, versus a black guy, in an upper middle class neighborhood.posted @ Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 06:51
[quote][b]The_Truth[/b] - It'll be interesting to see how this plays out, but my gut is Zimmerman will be convicted.[/quote]
He'll be convicted because they don't want any riots. Political correctness has made any case involving a caucasian, accused of injuring a minority, automatically guilty until proven innocent in a court of law.posted @ Monday, June 10, 2013 - 16:44
All that indicates is that there was a physical confrontation, not who instigated it. For example, say you're in a restaurant and have had one too many. You go up to some man's attractive wife and start annoying her and won't leave her alone. Her husband comes up and cold cocks you a couple of times. While on the floor, you pull out your concealed handgun and shoot him. Does the fact you suffered some injuries automatically render you the innocent party?
Three things: 1) was gun registered? 2) husband gonna do some prison time for an assault, 3) learn to handle your drink.posted @ Monday, June 10, 2013 - 11:53
Props to rightswrong and her husband.posted @ Monday, June 10, 2013 - 10:26
He'll be found guilty so Sanford, Florida can avoid the riots. Kangaroo Court. The prosecution's only regret is Zimmerman isn't 100% caucasian.posted @ Monday, June 10, 2013 - 10:20
[quote][b]Arnold Friend[/b] -
So, I must have dreamed that whole "Hey , send $$$$$ to poor (not so) little George" fundraising website?
Thanks for clearing that up.
Fella, if you want to send $$$ to anybody, go for it. I haven't watched more than a total of 5 minutes of this fiasco since its inception. I base my assumptions on something called common sense. Don't jump on folks you don't know, especially in the dark. They might have a surprise waiting for you, e.g. see Trayvon Martin case, Sanford, Florida.posted @ Monday, June 10, 2013 - 08:21
[quote][b]Logical[/b] - To me, it is simple. They have a 911 operator telling Zimmerman to not get out of his truck. Zimmerman, a cop wannabe, did anyway. Zimmerman approached Martin, we know Martin knew he was being stalke. Martin fought back. If the defense can say Zimmerman was standing his ground and legally had the right to shoot Martin, why was it not legal for Martin, who was at a distinct disadvantage, and who did not have a weapon, to fight for his life? Stop casting aspersions on Martin's family and stop trying to prove that his was a less than stellar character. None of that matters. Zimmerman got out of his truck with the intention of provoking a confrontation. He did, and he killed an innocent person. If Martin had walked up to Zimmerman's truck and provoked a fight or tried to rob him, we would be having a different discussion. McCarthy, you make me sick. Instead of making asinine comments, why don't you contribute something of value to the commentary?
You're an embarrassment. Were you there? Is there something you know that the rest of the world doesn't know? Based on what I've read this is what I believe happened. Again, I wasn't there, so this is an assumption only. Mr. Zimmerman, "wannabee cop," followed Martin, "wannabee thug," and the "wannabee thug" got [filtered word]-off and saw an opportunity to beat-up on a smaller guy. Turns out "wannabee thug" didn't take into consideration some "wannabee cops" like to pack heat. Was "wannabee cop" wrong for following "wannabee thug?" Probably. However, was "wannabee thug" wrong for jumping on smaller guy? Definitely.posted @ Monday, June 10, 2013 - 08:17
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