so make poster with no one of color in them.................ammo up
ALLPEOPLE, everyone sees color. Some of us are just more honest about it than others.
That, and people of color are incapable of wrongdoing.
I'm so confused at this point.
I didn't even notice that there is supposed to be a difference between the white and black kids I just saw kids and was color blind to the rest.
I'm so tired of all this crap, it just takes too much energy to look for people's DNA all the time without even having access to a lab (not that I would want one)
The poster isn't racist. The people who are looking for racism will assume it's racist. These people need insensitivity training.
Hey AllPeopleFreePeople, you gone and done it now. You can't say that you don't see color. That means you do not recognize their color, so now you're racist if you say something you're racist if you don't say anything you're a racist. Gotta love liberal logic, just like you gotta love herpes.
What a bunch of racist pansies to be offended by that poster. Go back to your safe zones you mindless twits! Stop looking for ways to be mad and feel victimized. These are the same type of liberal fools who say "White Christmas" is a racist song.
Get a life!!!
Yep, there's a racist under every rock. Brainwashed idiots.
How is the poster racist, it shows not cool to both skin pigments.
What the Red Cross doesn't know is that they have been put on "double secret probation." This is serious! No joke.
If you want to take issue with the Red Cross, how about all the money that was donated for the people of the Haiti earthquake, that reached the people. They did the same with 9/11.
I will never give to the Red Cross
I find that racists find everything racist.
It is always with a Glad Heart when I see an AllPeopleFreePeople post!!!
It would be racist if all the colored kids were not swimming.
We need a SOTUS case to define the acceptable limits of cool not cool for protected classes. It should bring into account the sensitivity of the offended party and ignore any intent on the creator. Reams of muddled laws should be written based on emotional testimony and entire departments of federal, state, and local governments should have to compete for tax dollars to prevent even one person from feeling uncool. Actual safety or behavior should not be a determining factor. Any rule written will need to have a shelf life of three months as new words or interpretations are always being cooked up to make sure micro-uncoolisms are stamped out. None of us are safe from human nature as long any one of us is human.
People often see what they want to see. Why they want to see racism on a pool poster is beyond me.
When you live in a country founded on racism, every one sees color.
 June 27, 2016 at 11:19pm
It’s the best that we can hope for.. :0)
 June 27, 2016 at 9:44pm
Hi We Love the USA…
What I found strikingly odd, was the lack of blood on the victims hands….
If I was shot a near point blank range in the leg…. I’m pretty sure i would have grabbed the wound with my hand to try and stop the bleeding…
Omar Mateen also played a part in the mockumentary “the Big Fix” which dealt with the Gulf Oil spill cleanup….
I think there is plenty odd about it All,
The shooter's dad, an activist who ran for president of afghanistan, and
how can then not find this guy's ex wife: http://prntly.com/2016/06/16/breaking-orlando-shooters-ex-wife-has-now-gone-missing-deputies-search/
And this guy is an actor too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JC-CyvO1vo
RedsilverJ is right about that that guy. Busted
And then there's this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtXmRYblRps
The fbi blaming the complainants, claiming those that turned in mateen
as a danger, were racist and bigots, the state dept, then under H.Rotten,
dropping the investigation into mateens mosque...
Plenty odd with this one story for sure.
CONSERVITEARIN, is it not obviously odd that in almost everyone of these cases the shooter or bomber was involved in or known by the federal agencies prior to their alleged shootings and bombings?.
Oswald, McVay, the Denver movie shooter, the Sandy Hook shooter's dad and his weirdness with the company he worked for, the Boston bombing brothers, and now the Orlando shooter were all connected to the feds. And yet we are expected to believe that they were all just "lone nuts". Amazing.
As Barnum said, "No one ever went broke underestimating the gullibility of the American public".
 June 27, 2016 at 7:27pm
Hat tip to my flat earth friends in Britain, who helped in defeating the globalists… :0)
Most establishments have "designated" SECURITY
Now I don't go to places where folks drink booze.
People are messed up enough without booze.
Regardless....It's a private establishment question - at most, a state issue
There's also that little thing called "personal responsibility". I'm actually a better shot when I've had a few in me. I'm less likely to jerk the weapon trying to anticipate the recoil. I'm also not a reckless jerk when I do have a few drinks. People who drink responsibly should be able to hold their liquor and their side arm. Drunks and guns don't mix, but that's not what this is about. This is 'public safety' over 'personal security' to trump individual liberty. Not everyone should die as a result of poor public policy or poor public opinion. Next, the political thugs will want to put police guards in every bar (because it's a gun-free zone). It will be like a VA hospital with armed guards.
I have worked bars as armed security; the best set up is an armed and unarmed security; armed for someone with a weapon and unarmed for breaking up fights. Alcohol lower impulse control too much to allow armed bar patrons.
Didn't this club have more than one security guard? You know what mayhem occurs when alcohol and g strings are in close proximity.
Alcohol and Firearms aren't to mixed. Bad choices have consequences.
Have the bouncers and bartenders armed. They are not drinking.
In VIrginia one can go in a bar/restaurant and carry concealed as long as you do not drink. It has been in place for sometime and no issues.
I don't often agree with Trump, but I'll back him in this over the NRA..
you should NOT drink while CWP. But banning guns from all alcohol locations is a BAD (and unconstitutional) idea..
there are a dozen reasons for this, not the least of which is that it turns thousands of law-abiding citizens into criminals if they want to carry while taking their wife out for a nice dinner..
I disagree with Wayne. It's the responsibility of the gun owner not to drink.
You don't ban everyone from exercising their rights because of what someone else is doing.
Isn't that the way liberals generally think?
That's a pretty idea you have there
That's a pretty good idea you have there
To the NRA from John Lott, yes the Gun Guy John Lott.
40 states allow concealed handguns in a bar. Yet, despite people being able to carry in states that allow people to carry in bars and 13 million permit holders nationwide, there are no examples offered of drunk patrons with permits pulling out their guns and shooting others. Nor are there any examples with sober permit holders. All 50 states allow people to carry in establishments that earn less than 50 percent of revenue from alcohol allow guns to be carried there. Again, there are no examples offered of drunk or sober patrons with permits pulling out their guns and shooting others.
From Lott again
Hmmm! Why do people think that those who own guns legally, and have a license to carry also, are all of a sudden candidates for losing it when they get drunk and go on a shooting spree? How many times have those law abiding citizens gotten drunk, gone back to their car, or even drive home to get their gun and start a shootout? And, don't give me the line that it keeps instances of crimes of passion from happening when two drunk individuals get into an argument at a bar. If a person is law abiding enough to be able to pass a background check to have a carry license, they have the wherewithal to handle their liquor, and keep from getting into confrontations like that. Their background checks give proof that previous instances of getting drunk didn't culminate in any kind of illegal dangerous altercations in the past.
 June 19, 2016 at 10:14am
Pastor Kent Hovind was incarcerated and spent 9 years in prison away from his family..
The official reason given was “bank structuring”… He took more than $ 10,000 out of the bank in one day…
The real reason he was jailed??… He taught Young Earth Creationism….
Corruption at its worst. He took his own money out of the bank. An atheist corrupt judge put him in jail for 9 years. Does everyone here understand that? This is not a joke its true.
You've got things a wee bit mixed up there my friend - let me help you out: yes, he did teach Young Earth Creationism which makes him an idiot, but there's nothing illegal there, thanks to the 1st Amendment. What he went to jail for was tax evasion. Get it now?
No, he taught BOGUS Creationism, just ask Ken Hamm and a host of other true Young Earth proponents who have rejected him. He also failed to pay his taxes. He never filed his organization (which was NOT a 'church' as tax-exempt, nor did he have a business licence. His argument? “This is God’s and you can’t tax it.” And he WAS convicted of tax evasion, not just 'structuring".
Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s… Jesus ca. 30 A.D.
 June 17, 2016 at 9:38pm
Prayers for those lost to deceptive social engineering….
We love you and only want to free you from your suffering…
I tear down those that tear others down. But aside from that, I consider myself a really nice guy. I just always stand up for the underdog. So, when I see a religious group trying to hold people back from enjoying the same rights as the rest of us, I don't mind jumping in. I would never purposely tear another person down that didn't have it coming. That's just not me. Stacey Dash is beyond fair game with her intolerance. I choose not to tolerate her intolerance. It's really that simple. But at least I'm consistent. I'm sure you've seen me rant about liberals hurting people at Trump rallies, etc.
And really, it's not even me tearing her down... What I said was true. I remember when she started all this nonsense. The general thought from everyone was "Is that the girl from Clueless like twenty years ago? Ohhhh, she's just trying to become relevant again for being outrageous because her acting career died." It takes a lot of balls to have one semi-big supporting role twenty years ago, then go on a rampage against human rights so everyone hates you, then claim you are blacklisted. lol. The only question I have is this... Is she really that delusional or is this just an act, in which case, give that chick an oscar, because she's incredible. lol. Anyone else see her at the Oscars this year, where Rock used her for a bit as kind of a play on herself for being so hateful and announced that 'Tracy Dash would be heading up the diversity committee.' Then no one applauded at her joke and the camera showed literally everyone in the room rolling their eyes at her, while she just kind of awkwardly walked off the stage. I've never seen anything more cringeworthy in my life. And that pretty much sums her up to me...
Buk said "when I see a religious group trying to hold people back from enjoying the same rights as the rest of us"
In 50+ years here in the USA I've never once seen what you describe. Care to explain yourself?
I'm just off to bed, Man. But I'd be more than happy to explain this when I wake up. Cheers.
 June 7, 2016 at 7:54pm
I’m thankful that she shared because now her joy has become my joy also.. :0)
Whatsoever things are true, honest, just, pure, lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.
lol, way to make me feel like a dick, Bud. I mean, I understand that, of course, but I'm certain the assumptions I've made are at the very least partly true. It just seems to transparent and disingenuous. Anyways, hope your day is well!
 June 7, 2016 at 1:42pm
William Tyndale was burned at the stake for translating the Bible into English.
According to Tyndale, the Church forbid owning or reading the Bible to control and restrict the teachings and to enhance their own power and importance.
 June 7, 2016 at 1:34pm
When the apostles wrote the New Testament documents, they were inspired by the power of the Holy Spirit. There wasn’t any real issue of whether or not they were authentic. Their writings did not need to be deemed worthy of inclusion in the Canon of Scripture by a later group of men in the so-called Roman Catholic Church. To make such a claim is, in effect, to usurp the natural power and authority of God himself that worked through the Apostles.
 June 7, 2016 at 10:51am
White Privilege doesn’t exist…
Unfortunately, envy of others does exist, and it’s actually quite destructive…
your problems don’t live within the hearts and minds of others… your problems are your own creation, and they have nothing to do with your color…
Stop being a perpetual victim and your life will improve….