User Profile: BookMDanno


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  • [1] August 20, 2014 at 1:06pm

    *I* fear that most of them endorse the anarchy; terms like ‘peaceful protest’ and ‘right to assemble’ are a smokescreen. THEY can’t point out the Bad Boy like a stadium crowd often does?

  • [1] August 20, 2014 at 1:01pm

    I get the Communist thing, but keep in mind, the liberal Dem Gov. put a black Hwy Patrol Capt in charge, too: he walked with protestors, apologized for the uniform, embraced Black Panthers to assist him, had police ‘stand down’ to watch looters. Everyone who’s spoken–Sharpton, Jackson, the Gov., Obama, various local leaders, the Brown family atty–ALL have fanned the flames except for (black) County Executive Charlie Dooley, who made a sincere plea for calm…without qualifiers or justifications for violence.

  • August 20, 2014 at 10:41am

    Also, people are forgetting that the shots to the arm may have caused the arm to jerk up resembling a ‘surrender’ pose…the shot to the eyebrow may have instinctively resulted in both arms going up (as JFK with the shot to the throat). Summary, this sure isn’t playing out like the Brown supporters would like…time to change their stories (which they certainly will).

  • August 20, 2014 at 10:22am

    I listened to some of Sharpton’s speeches here (St Louis) and it was designed to inflame. BUT, Obama, our Dem Governor (Nixon), and a host of others–who COULD have used their platforms for a lesson in civics and rule of law–chose to continue the fiery talking pts rhetoric. (AND, Sharpton could speak out against illegitimacy and irresponsible sex–conscious decisions requiring effort!–that continue the cycle of poverty.)

  • August 20, 2014 at 9:47am

    It’s a checkmate for the protestors; those calling the shots are either white liberals or blacks determined to appease the lynch mob except for County Prosecutor Bob McCollough, so there’s no way to establish order without inflaming the community, ratcheting up the tension, or throwing members of ‘their base’ into jail. Major mistake having the (black) state police captain in charge of enforcement marching with protestors, addressing a Brown rally by apologizing for wearing the uniform, and welcoming Black Panthers to assist him.

  • [2] August 20, 2014 at 9:38am

    This has been a textbook example of moral confusion by crowd & pundits, poor police strategy, loose analyses, agenda-driven media. The inability to put down an armed insurrection is telling after 9 days. Between the White House, Eric Holder, our liberal Dem governor, and the black State Police captain selected to enforce, we now have a vision of liberal ‘paradise.’ If you liberals get your way, ALL America will be like this.

  • August 19, 2014 at 1:15pm

    A teachable moment has been totally lost. Idiot ‘honkies’ like me are listening to radio learning about distinctions between ‘deliberation’ and ‘premeditation’ while street agitators are doing a call-and-respone: “What’s his name?!” “(officer’s name)!!”; “How do we want him?!” “DEAD!” Obviously there’s a huge cultural divide here. Expect some black spokesmen to begin saying quietly, and so professorially, “we need to have a dialogue.” Yeah, right.

  • [3] August 19, 2014 at 12:04pm

    “Snitches get stitches,” so those witnesses are true ‘profiles in courage.’ This is a Martin-Zimmerman redux. They’ll need to persecute the cop (yes, I meant ‘persecute’) in a civil trial. The release of the autopsy allows ‘new’ witnesses the chance to tailor their accounts better, but sounds like there’s a problem when the family attorney starts the autopsy press conference by launching arguments that the ‘paid’ pathologist immediately contradicts.

  • [17] August 19, 2014 at 2:48am

    Welllll, comrade396, only the last shot seemed to stop him. Maybe HE should have stopped after the first 4 or 5 shots, and he’d be eating ice cream in the hospital. Say Brown charges the cop and knocks him on his arse, in a daze. Now, “Choir Boy” has the cigars AND a gun. That may be why you’re not a trainer.

  • [6] August 19, 2014 at 2:37am

    True ‘dat.

  • [11] August 19, 2014 at 2:34am

    There was supposed to be a group gathering there, and the sign originally read, “We’s is HERE.’ The others didn’t show, so the sign was corrected.

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  • August 18, 2014 at 1:31pm

    Unrelated; but one of the sickest sights I’ve ever seen was at the National Holocaust Museum, showing items Nazis confiscated from Jews. One was an artificial leg.

  • [1] August 18, 2014 at 11:30am

    The autopsy press conference today was a joke: the family atty contradicted Dr Baden by saying the top head wound came out the eye socket–meaning ONE head shot. Dr Baden said BOTH were entry wounds.The ‘conference’ was more a ‘rally,’ with atty Crump repeatedly talking about a ‘killing’ to whip up emotion. Dr Baden even acknowledged that witnesses lined up one way and some another! Brown’s accomplice had stated the officer shot Brown from the back…so it really didn’t happen that way…and that the cop then emptied his pistol OVER the body…but no gun residue, so IT didn’t happen. Dr Baden can’t put two words together coherently. This is shaping up to be another Zimmerman persecution, complete with Feds circling like hungry dogs. The AA community will HAVE to rely on fiery rhetoric and hyper-emotion rather than fact and rule of law to prosecute this.

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  • [22] August 18, 2014 at 1:35am

    Brother! He must’ve been still on his feet for all those wounds…and the arm wounds (assuming the cop was aiming at center mass) suggests no ‘surrender’ pose. What a far cry from all the demonstrations of him kneeling, arms raised ….or shot in the back as several ‘witnessed.,’ or on the ground with the officer emptying his weapon, as the accomplice stated. And THEY think the police are liars !

  • [7] August 17, 2014 at 12:52pm

    Thank You, F.L.A.G. for confirming what I’ve been trying to say on various blogs for several days! Yet Johnson is being hailed as hero. …for what, caving in?

  • [1] August 17, 2014 at 11:23am

    Your error: they are being ordered to stand down by the black State Police Captain in charge who embraces the New Black Panthers as ‘associates.’ Police were forced to WATCH looters. 911 calls could not be responded to Friday night, and Johnson had to rescue his own men, while he’s being hailed as a hero for his restraint and community outreach. THAT’S what you’re dealing with.

  • [9] August 17, 2014 at 11:17am

    I live in the greater metro area…can’t tell if Capt. Johnson is ultimately helping or hurting with his Obama-like timidity and “excuse me” enforcement. The law simply cannot be enforced, and enforcement by a white captain would turn this into a total revolt. Johnson is being hailed as a hero for his restraint, but when roads are blocked with demonstrators, when 911 calls go unanswered, when looters loot under the watchful eye of police, when a civilian has to be transported to the hospital by private car, when you telegraph you will NOT use tear gas to enforce the curfew, sounds to me like you’re putting a happy face on failure.

  • August 17, 2014 at 12:36am

    Capt. Ron Johnson told a reporter he needed to talk to “my man.” His “man” was a noisy Black Panther wearing a noose and chains, exhorting the crowd.

  • [-1] August 17, 2014 at 12:33am

    What’s suddenly so distasteful about letting the wheels of justice grind out for Brown like they do for the cop killers ? This is a teachable moment, but caving to a lynch mob makes you look like a patsy, and confirms that might makes right.

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  • August 17, 2014 at 12:23am

    Shabazz may want credit for deterring looting, but video I saw was of a decently dressed man with a bullhorn directed at someone who was looting, unaffected by the ethics lecture.

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