Half black and half hispanic?
A white hispanic?
Is there something we're missing?
Give us a picture now. We wanna know.
Probably born to a white dad (Tealer) married (or shacking up with) a Latino named Rodriguez. Just sayin'.
 April 24, 2015 at 2:22pm
Can you imagine how pissed the French would be if someone took down the SOL? I bet they would protest most vigorously.
 April 24, 2015 at 2:18pm
I want all of my Blaze brothers and sisters to know I worked in law enforcement for many years. I also want you all to know why I quit. I literally could not stand 90% of my so-called brother officers. After 911 everything changed. Personnel became way to militarized and aggressive and unless you were on board you were viewed as untrustworthy. And that’s a place you can’t afford to be in that job.
[-7] April 24, 2015 at 12:34pm
FYI. The Air Force Veteran/lady who stopped the people from “disrespecting” the flag also posed nude for Playboy draped in the American flag which of course had a negative impact on her military career. This was a blatant attempt at self-promotion and nothing more
Funny. Liberals call that "Artistic Expression" and Freedom of Speech.
And each group has a right to demonstrate. -- But something you forgot. In many countries. Walking on something is symbol. Just lie throwing their foot gear at people is another. So technically your comparison isn't and can't be evaluated as the same.
But to assume self promotion. Other than promoting the issue. No. -- Especially since she was/has served before any of the issues. So her creditability and intentions are more than your statement.
Going with your premise. And I'm sure many people considered her pics has a issue. -- But it symbolically isn't the same. If you can't see that. Then that is another issue.
But considering many supporter haven't, and don't plan on buying any material concerning the event you spoke of. Your statement doesn't hold water.
April 24, 2015 at 12:05pm
I must be turning into a mean old bastard but I do not find that even remotely amusing.
April 23, 2015 at 5:36pm
Maybe they should stop playing around and just drop Bentleys. I can see it now…………..Run Habib! Run swiftly! The Bentleys are falling!
 April 23, 2015 at 5:11pm
@king – I don’t know what moral dilemma you speak of but the passing of time in no way diminishes what this fiend did. Also he gets no credit for “realizing what he did was wrong”. What did you expect? Him still wearing his SS uniform and shouting Sieg Heil? Not the same man he was when he was a mass murderer? Was he reborn as say, Lon Chaney Jr or what? Mercy? The same mercy he showed thousands of innocents? the only thing we agree on is not imprisoning him. Execute him for the war criminal he is.
He was an accountant and a very young man caught in a bad situation. If he had spoke up he would have been shot. How many civilians did we kill in our bombing campaign. The war is over and every participant committed genocide on civilians. Time to let it go.
junkman; I believe he was called the 'accountant' because kept account of the number of Jews that were killed & I'm sure he had a hand in it, you didn't get to be in the SS unless you were one mean SOB.
The man isn't a "fiend." He participated in a horrible, atrocious act of evil when he was younger. No one is denying that. However, it seems that he has changed and made a new life for himself, one in which he has sought to use his experiences to remind people of the atrocities took place. If he has truly repented, I see no reason why a 93-year-old man should be imprisoned for something he did over half a century ago.
and you can tell allllll that from a photograph of and old man. what a frickin moron.
I do however like your sense of forgiveness but if the guy had any remorse over the last 60 years about the horrific things they did to those people he would of offed himself years ago...
It's not about the photograph. Did you read the article about the actions he has taken? And I wouldn't have blamed him for killing himself. I'm sure it was absolute hell to live with the knowledge of what he did. Nevertheless, from all accounts he was a good husband, a good father, and a good member of his community. He has used his life to seek something positive and to refute Holocaust-deniers. Regardless of whether or not the court finds him worthy of punishment, I think we should respect such remorse and repentance.
King i am sorry either you are nutz or I am, (I'm leaning towards me) but I have read it a few times and i see nothing about him as a father or husband or a good member of the community. If it is there I apologize.
That part was included in a version of the story read from another website. I believe it was Dailymail. This article doesn't explain everything he has done since after the war ended, which seems to me to be an attempt to predispose readers against him.
This is the first person who has shown and stated remorse. He doesn't deny any of it like all the others that have been brought to trial over the years. They say they are changed, but never show any kind of guilt or remorse.
I was tired when I got up this morning and I did not feel well. All of a sudden I thought about the Jews that had to get up after sleeping on a hard bed and with bugs everywhere and work long days with little food. How good we have it. How did they do it? I just cannot imagine it.
 April 23, 2015 at 4:16pm
Well on the bright side you can get Chelsea to come to your party and speak on Children’s Diarrhea. She charges a mere 75 grand and talks for around 20 minutes! But you get to be in her presence and if you have more money to spend she will even pass on a message to Wild Bill or the Hilldog. I kid you not sports fans. it’s the truth.
Listening to Chelsea Clinton for 20 minutes would GIVE me diarreha.
And the Clintons are going to topple the 1% ---- hell - they ARE the 1%
Chelsea just bought herself a new 10 MILLION dollar apartment in New York -- to show the rest of the world "she suffers just like the middle class" ---
 April 23, 2015 at 2:55pm
For the last damn time. THESE THINGS ARE NOT DRONES!
As an ex leo (Tarrant County, Texas) we always raced to domestic violence calls involving same sex couples. The women were consistently more violent and bloody than the men. I remember one gold star call where one lady had cut the other ladies ear off with a can opener. She was nice enough to have the ear in a glass of vodka in case the EMT’s wanted to sew it back on. Conversely we raced away from same sex calls. Those can nasty quick.
 April 23, 2015 at 2:37pm
One minute till midnight folks. How much more of this are we going be asked to take?
Exactly. She is part of the problem and doesn’t even know it. Double secret probation. Thats a good one.
 April 23, 2015 at 2:12pm
“I said, ‘Do your investigating, but I want to know what you’re going to do. What are you going to do?’ I think they all should be put on probation,” she told WJHG. Yeah thats right. Put ‘em on probation and if that doesn’t work give ‘em a good stern talking too. Or maybe a timeout. This if true calls for a bit more than that lady.
Some of Northern Austin is across the County Line. Damned place just keeps spreading...
Austin is weird. It's like the blob in that Steve McQueen movie - - seems it's intent is to keep oozing northward until it swallows my hometown of Round Rock. It's obviously already overtaken parts of Williamson Cty on its journey.
 April 21, 2015 at 2:18pm
@rick – maybe it was the guy from Marshall what chucked the puppies over the fence…………
[-13] April 21, 2015 at 2:14pm
@vet – boy looks stoned to the bone. Reminds me of the Elvis/Nixon photo. Except I liked Elvis.