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Fla.Patriot

Member Since: August 14, 2011

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  • [2] November 25, 2014 at 12:12am

    Really Blaze? Ferbuson? Glenn, you have to stop hiring “undocumented” editors…really.

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  • [9] November 25, 2014 at 12:02am

    Umm…yeah, what you said. To bad 95% of the “protesters” aren’t even from Ferguson and couldn’t give a Rats *ss about Mike Brown or any percieved racial dispairity in Ferguson. The FBI has already determined that given the make up of the population in Ferguson, and the arrest made, there is no reason to suspect racism or profiling. If your community is 90% Black, your arrest records are going to be reflective of that.

  • [2] November 19, 2014 at 10:58pm

    Welcome to Florida right?

  • November 18, 2014 at 3:45am

    I remember throwin punches around and preachin from my chair :)

  • [1] November 18, 2014 at 3:42am

    Don’t know who down voted your comment, but I think it’s spot on. This crap we’re seeing is the result of decades of progressive socialism perpetrated by the Democrat Party. In the words of LBJ, “I’ll have those Ni**ers voting Democrat for the next 100 years. That does not absolve those participating in the rioting and looting, nor give them an excuse. It does however get to the root of the problem. The Democrats have ruined entire generations of not just minorities, but many of middle and upper middle class upbringing as well. The worst thing that we have allowed to happen was the Department of Education. The only part of your comment I don’t agree with is the term Democrat good intentions. It’s an oximoron. Democrat and good intentions are 2 mutually exclusive terms and don’t belong in the same sentence.

  • November 18, 2014 at 3:31am

    Doors56, I think Michael was correcting ARSILHOUETTE’s spelling of indict.

  • November 18, 2014 at 3:27am

    Not necessarily true. From his Facebook page (Treyvon’s) we know that he was Homophobic. And from his phone conversation with his Getto Gurl the night it happened, we know that he made references to thinking that maybe Zimmerman was Gay and trying to pick him up. If Zimmerman had offered him a ride, things still had a better than average chance of going sideways.

  • [1] November 18, 2014 at 3:22am

    Don’t quite get it, do you? The Evidence means nothing to those intent on wanton destruction. They don’t want justice, they want a lynching. And even then they would Rob, loot, pillage and rape because that’s who they are. They don’t need a reason, just an excuse will do and the Democrat party has been spoon feeding them excuses for over a century.

  • November 18, 2014 at 2:47am

    The Black Panthers aren’t there. The New Black Panthers are. Difference being, the Original Black Panthers, while their methods were illegal, actually did care about the situations of Blacks in America. The NBP is run by Malik Shabaz, a communist Muslim who doesn’t particularly give a rats *ss about Mike Brown, Ferguson or Blacks in general. He finds areas of racial strife, inflames the situation and then goes on a recruiting crusade. He is an American Jihadist. I don’t particularly agree with the Klan or their methods, but in the case of Malik Shabaz, I hope they turn his head into a canoe. It wouldn’t suprise me to find out that the NBP’s are there at Obamas request.

  • November 18, 2014 at 2:36am

    Think they can top “The Walking Dead” in the ratings? They do have that Zombie “Hive” mentallity thing going on. Remember…always double tap.

  • November 18, 2014 at 2:31am

    unusual suspect, it’s not just central Florida. We have them down south as well. You can spot their driving without looking at the tag. They’re the ones doing 40 in the far left lane of 275 with their turn signal on for 70 miles. The COEXIST bumper stickers are a dead give away as well.

  • [17] November 17, 2014 at 11:35pm

    It’s not just fear that has kept them from rendering a verdict, it’s to gain a tactical advantage. The colder the weather gets, the easier the rioters will be to deal with. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still gonna get real ugly, but any advantage that the Police and National Guard can gain thru surroundings and weather, they need to take advantage of.

  • [31] November 17, 2014 at 11:20pm

    Mil-Dot, I have most of my family that live in Bond County Illinois. I grew up there. They are 56 miles from St. Louis. My Nephew is law enforcement and a huge Blues fan, and anytime he goes into St. Louis, he’s strapped. As far as they are from the epicenter, they are all still on edge and I don’t blame them. The Cancer keeps spredding. From St. Louis, to East St. Louis to Granite City on on and on. I totally agree with your opinion about the 13%. They sure don’t want to make their way up past St. Clair county. We all hunt and I don’t see them getting back to the hood without some serious bodily harm.

  • [5] November 14, 2014 at 11:11pm

    They are. The only way that they can be identified is if one of them gets stupid and goes public.

  • [63] November 14, 2014 at 11:09pm

    Too true. Hell, the Grand Jury has already made their determination. The only reason a verdict has not been rendered is for damage control. The longer they hold off, the colder the weather gets. It’s easy to riot and loot in the summer, they’re going to have to work for it now though. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still gonna get ugly…real ugly, but the cold weather will scale it back a little. It wasn’t just the midterms that held it up, they’ve been in contact with someone with a military mind and it is now about tactical advantage.

  • [3] November 12, 2014 at 1:11am

    If it will make them happy, we can Impeach just the White half of him. Of course we’d have to seperate the 2 somehow and it could be messy and possibly fatal. But that’s a sacrifice we’re willing to make if it will keep the Race whores happy.

  • [4] November 12, 2014 at 1:02am

    Executive Orders can only be enacted in reference to the executive branch of Government. They do not give any law making authority to the President. He can raise the minimum wage for government emoloyees and contractors, however he cannot supercede Federal imigration laws and grant a blanket amnesty. The only branch of Government that can legislate is the Congress. The Presidents job is to enforce the laws enacted by Congress and to ensure the national defense. That’s it. While bills do have to go to the President for approval, and he can Veto them, he cannot unilaterally make his own laws. For Gods sake, take a civics class.

  • [7] November 12, 2014 at 12:48am

    It is my personal opinion that the GOP should NOT Impeach. Here is my reasoning. If he is impeached, that doesn’t necessarily get rid of him. After all, Clinton was impeached and continued on his merry way. If it did remove him from office, Biden would just pardon him from any and all serious allegations, so what’s the point? No, we need to hold the line and run damage control. Send all of the bills sitting in the Senate due to Harry Reid to his desk and let him Veto them. Let the Country and the World see who the real obstructionist is. Then, God willing, when we take the Presidency in 2016, go full bore. Unleash Trey Gowdy on him. No more executive priviledge, no more activist A.G. Just continue to doggedly pursue any and all criminal activity perpetrated and prosecute. Until he truly has to pay for his crimes against America, there will be no change in D.C. And as an aside, after we prosecute him, extradite him to Egypt to face the charges that they have filed against him. Let him pay for his own Legal defense or better yet, represent himself. As I said, there must be an attonement, or things will continue in perpetuity regardless of who we elect. The Federal government has been allowed to become too powerful, and power corrupts.

  • [1] November 7, 2014 at 12:07am

    You sir, are a colossal idiot. Rick Scott has already signed a medical Marijuana law. It was a limited law, however, he had no problem signing off on it. He would have had no issue with signing amendment 2 into law either but it lacked the 60% required. Should he do it by executive fiat? Sorry, that’s the other party bud. I was going to vote for it, but then I did my research on it and found out what it was actually about. There were so many loopholes in it that it looked like a first year law student wrote it while drinking. As far as Gay Marriage goes, it isn’t Rick Scotts job to legislate independently. The voters of Florida don’t want it and they’ve made it abundantly clear over and over again. So if your critisisim of Rick Scott is that he won’t go against the will of the majority of voters in Florida, then I think he or anyone else for that matter, would wear your critisism as a badge of honor.

  • [3] November 6, 2014 at 11:50pm

    I’m of a mixed mind on this. The fact that this guy is an on air personality makes me think that he should have kept this to himself, however, as long as he didn’t bring this into his professional life, what’s the problem? Was it his personal Facebook or was it a network account? If it was his personal account, leave it alone. My facebook page would make a liberals head explode. I don’t have too many nice things to say about the Democrat party as a whole. But that is my first amendment right. People who don’t want to see that, should stay off my page. I don’t agree with the guy, in fact I voted for Bondi as well as Rick Scott. But I will defend his right to post whatever he feels on his Facebook. The rights are for everyone regardless of their political ideology.

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