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HI_Don

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  • [4] November 26, 2014 at 1:40pm

    No need. Like Watts after Rodney King, they were evicted. The homeowners will see their property values crash such that no one will be able to sell in order to leave. No loans will be made for reconstruction. No people will travel through the place or visit, it will be avoided and the remaining people will not be able to sustain enough commerce for profit, remaining stores will close. The tax base will not support the infrastructure for schools or services. And the city will all but die into blight, homelessness, and impoverishment. The only activity will be the holdouts that will routinely brighten the graffiti of “Remember Mike Brown, Hands Up!” as the remembered nostalgia and wonder where all the people and jobs went.
    Someone should just go ahead and place a headstone on main street – “R.I.P. Ferguson MO, Killed by Obama, Holder & Sharpton 2014, Collateral damage in a political war using the weapon of racism.”

  • [11] November 26, 2014 at 12:44pm

    The only two possibilities’ is that Obama either intentionally sacrifice the black community by manipulating them into a frenzied riot for his own agenda, OR he is a coward of the highest degree (possibly both). He either intentionally wanted them to RIOT, or he lacked the honor and dignity and courage to stand up and tell the American people that in HIS eyes Officer Wilson acted correctly and is not to be blamed for the actions of Mike Brown who caused his own death by attacking a police officer. That race had nothing to do with it. And that justice was correctly served, with honest and independent American citizens evaluating the evidence and delivering a just decision not to indict. He could have gotten out there and said only rumors are fueling the flames of racism, that all credible witnesses agree to the facts. That rabble rousers have attempted to stir the racial tensions but their is no truth to the allegations that Mr. Brown was murdered, or that any attempt was made by him to surrender.

    But unfortunately, we have the biggest coward ever in the White House so afraid to speak up because he can’t be seen by HIS people as diverting from the racial talking points. He is either a huge powerless coward or he is an evil power hungry sellout that just bought political capital with the lives, jail time, economy, and decades of blight and poverty of the community of Ferguson and other cities across America he fooled into believing this is about race.

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  • [23] November 26, 2014 at 12:28pm

    The biggest “Uncle Tom”s in our country should now be called out as President Obama and A.G. Holder. They completely sold out their black community for their own gain. Obama and Holder should have to pay for every bit of damage done to Ferguson and other cities across our nation out of their own pockets. If Holder’s Justice department didn’t go to Ferguson to make sure the process was correct and justice served, then why were they there?
    Before the ruling was released, Holder and Obama should have been on the National network assuring people that they had seen all the evidence and observed the Grand Jury process and either had confidence that in fact justice was being served and all people could trust that the outcome was correct for all parties involved OR they could have said they called a halt to the Furgeson process, these are the reasons it was going off the rails and this is the evidence they had that led them to believe the process was flawed and would not result in justice so the Feds have taken over. But no, they simply played dumb, then after the ruling stepped out to say “I understand the anger, we will continue to struggle with you”. Surely Obama could have called his friend Sharpton and told him to get out there and tell the people that Wilson was innocent, the facts are now known. But no, he joins Sharpton in his “A black boy can’t get justice in America” speech through his association and undermining. Shame on them both. Blacks should riot on them.

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  • [4] November 26, 2014 at 12:19pm

    Just a spontaneous demonstration due to a video of our President saying he understands the reason people want to riot over injustice and our Attorney General saying it isn’t over, the court battle will continue.

    Surprised they didn’t whip out the RPG’s I’m sure so many of them were carrying.

  • [35] November 26, 2014 at 12:10pm

    Class act Sadie! Very well done.

    As my daughters dance instructor has posted prominently above their trophy case of mementos from hundreds of dance competitions:

    :”Trophies, If you are not ok without them, you won’t be ok with them.”

    Sadie is not only just fine, she is really great, before, during, and still. Another fine example of Roberson upbringing in God’s shadow.

  • [12] November 25, 2014 at 3:52pm

    “Don’t condemn [Head and McSpadden] for being human.”

    No, condemn him for being a thug, raising a thug, and being such a poor role model with his sagging pants. I sympathize they lost their son. I have no sympathy that they feel it necessary to destroy the car they are standing on or call for the city to burn because their son, who does drugs, steals, has a gangster attitude, and would rather fight an armed policeman than choose to walk on a sidewalk, choose to confront authority as his method for winning the Darwin award. I have sympathy for Mike Brown who’s real travesty was his previous 18 years, not the one day he was shot. Mike Brown could have been our next Ben Carson or Allen West, but instead he was raised to be our next Rodney King. What a waste. Yes, I blame the parents. I’ve heard nothing to counter where the blame lays. I see nothing that tells me they raised him to be a choir boy and to earn his way out of the ghetto. Seems they only taught him how to live in it. Wonder how many times Mr. Head shared a blunt with his stepson Mike?

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  • [-2] November 25, 2014 at 3:27pm

    Blink-
    You seem to assume and know so much about “my kids”, you must think yourself a psychic?
    My kids are all grown. My kids compete just fine against the public school AP kids. In fact, my kids were PRIVATE school AP kids, and I have lots of experience with lots of kids from all sides. Home school, public, and private. I taught seminary classes to youth for years and I had public school AP kids who could barely read and certainly couldn’t write coherent papers. I had public school kids who were simply being passed off to the next grade so teachers could avoid the paperwork and the confrontations with parents. I have had home school kids who were accepted into Harvard, Duke, and Yale, but chose instead to attend a well-respected religious university because they respected the campus climate more than the notoriety of the paper our unrespected Politicians hold as alumni of such institutions. I certainly don’t know every student, but I certainly have plenty of experience to tell you that I have all the evidence I need to know who can and cannot compete.
    You are entitled to your opinion that creationism isn’t a theory you believe in. I will certainly claim the same in cases like this article where someone like you tosses the nonsense of “Global Warming” into the mix and calls the lies and misrepresentations and false data out there and labels it “science” and tries to call real debate on the issue “flat Earther”. But, maybe they were Public School AP Science students?

  • November 25, 2014 at 3:13pm

    What isn’t said is that if Brown’s mother and father had been more like Ben Carson’s mother, her son would still be alive. But instead, her son was stealing cigars to make marijuana blunts, acting like he was invincible, high on drugs, impeding traffic just to dare the public to respect his presence, back talking authority, thinking the world owed him something for some imagined injustice, and attacking an armed police officer that simply asked him to walk on a sidewalk instead of the middle of the street. And, he cared so little for his own life and future that facing a loaded weapon only pissed him off. Officer Wilson isn’t equipped or responsible to correct all the wrongs in Brown’s life that led up to their brief encounter, and he didn’t have to become Brown’s victim to prove he cared about black, brown, or any other race of people either.
    Answer me this: If Wilson had instead simply said, “Brown isn’t worth it. This town isn’t worth it. I’m just going to turn my back and let that criminal walk away and continue to steal and escalate his crimes to other victims. I’m just going to ignore the fact he is a robbery suspect because no one cares about this black neighborhood. No one cares on the level of crime or who the victims are. Let them just feed on themselves I’ll just make sure I go home alive today without risk”. If that happened, would you think him less of a racist white cop who didn’t shoot black boys?

  • November 25, 2014 at 3:01pm

    Wilson had no idea, nor should he have anticipated that Brown would charge him or attack him. He had every reasonable expectation that he could and should get out of his car and hold the suspects in place awaiting backup. He didn’t assume Brown would be a physical threat because as a police officer he knew he had the superior force of the vehicle, the radio, the backup, and the weapons. Brown’s actions were completely irrational for the situation, even considering he had just strong armed a robbery, the idea that he would attack the police officer before he could even exit his car is beyond anticipation.
    The truth here is that our liberal politicians are creating and maintaining areas of blight and hopelessness. The welfare poverty, the lack of educational opportunities and the subjection to a victimization mentality has and is creating generations of feelings of hopelessness and frustration. This is why an unarmed man who should be thinking his whole life is ahead of him, instead dulls his pain with drugs and resorts to stealing rather than attempting to work his way out of the prison of the ghetto. These young men incorrectly feel they have nothing to lose; even their lives are not valued. But this goes against logic. Wilson had no idea he was meeting Obama’s son. He figured a logical man would not consider a few cigars used to make marijuana blunts to be worth his life.

  • [7] November 25, 2014 at 12:46pm

    The Attourney General who PARTICIPATED in the investigation, instead of telling us the Grand Jury process is just and was a reflection of the evidence in the case, comes out and tells HIS PEOPLE that the civil lawsuit will continue.

    Is there no consequence for inciting riots anymore? Is there no obligation as a human being for Mr. Holder, only the desire to be a “community organizer” and join the race baiting ranks of Sharpton, Jackson and of course Obama? The city of Fergusson should sue Holder and have him tossed in jail.

    (Of course Obama will just save him with “executive privilege” since he is saying and doing the same thing and probably gave Holder his marching orders to continue the agitation.)

    Congress needs to call Holder to testify and justify his participation in the Grand Jury investigation and his legal evidence that the civil lawsuit needs to continue. Please as the nations supreme justice, tell us the evidence that the Grand Jury mis-read or ignored. Give us the names of the confirmed witnesses that saw Mr. Brown as the helpless victim brutalized by a evil cop. Tell us how being stoned on drugs, conducting violent robbery of a convenience store, being arrogant to walk down the center of the street, and the audacity to attack a armed police officer including going after his gun and punching him – doesn’t add up to anything other than a poor little black boy and evil white privilege.

  • [18] November 25, 2014 at 12:09pm

    America has always been talking. It is the reason low budget family films rated G have always out sold and out profited the multi million dollar budgeted “R” films, even when they started calling them PG. Hollywood has never cared about money so much as the “agenda”. But America has always been talking – just look at the actual records and facts surrounding entertainment films.

  • [24] November 25, 2014 at 12:00pm

    Very true.

  • [2] November 25, 2014 at 11:47am

    Welcome Fergusson – you are the new Watts. RIP Mr. Brown, you will be remembered as the 2015 Rodney King showing the bar for agitators to whip up the ignorant pawns has been taken to a new low.

    Imagine the difference if we would have had even ONE black leader who would have called on the community to “let justice run its course and trust that independent Americans would review the evidence and come to a just interpretation of a situation none of us witnessed.” Instead we heard Sharpton, Jackson, Oprah, and even Holder and Obama all say – “let’s protest in peace, we all know there will be no real justice, but lets protest in peace.”

    The blood and the destruction and the chaos are on the hands of President Obama. He choose his words carefully. He knew exactly what the effect would be by not demanding that the “system” of justice be trusted. By sending Holder but not having him step out in advance of the ruling to state he witnessed the process, he trusted the outcome, and he too believed Brown was the aggressor and threatened the policeman’s life, he signed the death warrant to the city of Fergusson. He might just as well have thrown the first Molotov cocktail.

    To all those burning and destroying their own communities – you were punked. Your President just used you to burn your own neighborhoods to the ground and sentenced you to another 20 years in poverty and blight. Just look at Watts. That is where you will be in 20 years. Voting Dem and begging for welfare.

  • November 24, 2014 at 7:39pm

    Perhaps the former Secret Service Head was reassigned to Fort Sam Houston?

  • November 24, 2014 at 2:57pm

    I’ll assume that isn’t Zipit’s either.

  • November 24, 2014 at 2:54pm

    Dirt – I’ve actually found that if you really want to learn nonsense, I mean really study it and immerse yourself into it, you really are better off in public schools. The homeschool environment in my opinion simply isn’t structured for the nonsense that a government bureaucracy is complete with union employees, enormous oversight, and the occasional strike to prevent any form of merit based measures of education. While I am a fan of homeschooling, and even have many personal examples of how successful homeschool students are, I’m afraid in the area of learning nonsense I would have to admit that in that particular area it doesn’t hold a candle to the public school system.
    Back to the subject though, I have found that the best learning environments value all information and are open to discussions in a wide variety of subject matters. I certainly think that students deserve to be educated and not ignorant, and in this line I believe a healthy discussion of facts and information on creationism would help students to function in the world without appearing ignorant on the subject. I personally think Picasso is highly over-rated as an artist, but at least I know what his paintings look like before making such a statement. My kids are Christian and I bet they can tell you more about both the theory of evolution AND the theory of creationism than most of the nonsense students in Public Ed that can’t intelligently discuss either.

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  • [-4] November 24, 2014 at 2:41pm

    I’m sorry J-Mo, were you trying to make a relevant point there with your religious theology comment? Because if you were, you didn’t.

    If in fact as you claim MOST religions do not have a conflict with evolution, then what is the problem with the biology professor discussing religion in class? If there is a problem with a professor discussing a “theory” of creation, you ought to have the same problem with one discussing the “theory” of evolution or the “theory” of global warming.
    I have no issue with any discussion of facts surrounding theories. I have a problem trying to toss one man because of his beliefs and influence over “students” and allow others precisely that power to punish students that don’t “comply” accepting a theory as a fact. The whole term “settled science” in relation to evolution or global warming is highly offensive to people who actually know what facts and science are.

  • [4] November 24, 2014 at 1:24pm

    So, when do the investigations start on all the Evolutionists that are attempting to convert all the Christian students?

  • [9] November 21, 2014 at 6:27pm

    Assign her to the Ebola task force and ship her to Liberia.

  • November 21, 2014 at 1:31pm

    I’m pretty sure you would have had a hard time dealing with the video evidence. The LAW clearly states that when the light turns green, you MAY proceed through the intersection AFTER verifying it is clear and safe to do so. A green light does not provide justification for mowing down someone in your path. The light condition provides evidence of right of way, not license to harm others who get in your way. Under your logic, the guy in the car behind the red car should have just hammered the gas peddle when the light changed and slammed into the red car because she was in his way.

    I think this guys actions were hilarious and appropriate. You block my ability to use the cross walk, I will block your ability to use the roadway. Hold them up one extra light cycle and get all his fellow drivers to honk at him for holding up traffic.

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