User Profile: ldaopines

ldaopines

Member Since: September 06, 2010

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  • [3] August 29, 2014 at 8:32pm

    How can the WH say “We respect the law of foreign nations” when Mexicans and Obama give no respect at all for ours. If we locked up all Mexican and Guatemalan lawbreakers (ie, illegals), we’d have to dedicate an entire state for the prison. Demand release immediately, or shove back all these illegals and cartels.

  • [4] August 29, 2014 at 4:21am

    If your land is in California, it rained the 3.98 ” elsewhere….so, zero DUE TO GLOBAL WARMING and draught. Can you spell HOMESCHOOL?

  • August 28, 2014 at 7:06pm

    This is exactly what I hoped would happen. The more that the Tea Party reaches out, the more that others can see beyond liberal media bias. In fact, the Tea Party would love to see all blacks standing shoulder to shoulder as Americans, operating their businesses, gaining a stake in the economy, and showing pride in their neighborhoods. Liberals probably want the same things, but have locked these communities in cyclical dependency and squalor over the past 50 years. Beck’s charity could also be used to help businesses get back on their feet, recover equipment, etc. Over time, blacks will see who the racists really are.

  • [1] August 26, 2014 at 6:38pm

    All eye witness testimony needs to be tested by the FBI…including your conclusion that “the police officer fired inside his car”. And we do have evidence from autopsy that the robbery accomplice lied about the officer shooting him in the back. Eye witness testimony by multiple people may or may not be compelling, depending upon the level of neighborhood and racial “solidarity” against police.

  • [4] August 26, 2014 at 4:19pm

    Officers need their own cameras and recording devices so they aren’t at the (non) mercy of cop-hating “witnesses”.

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  • [1] August 26, 2014 at 4:14pm

    This recording proves nothing….until it is authenticated for the exact time and place. The FBI can hopefully separate legitimate evidence from manufactured evidence.

  • [5] August 26, 2014 at 4:10pm

    All we’re missing is Rachel Jeantel who will insist that the officer was not assaulted, but merely received an a$-$ whoopin’ in the police car. I feel so very sorry for the officer involved. Anyone willing to patrol the ghetto is a hero in my opinion.

  • [4] August 26, 2014 at 7:13am

    Actually there is a feral, reckless, violent, dysfunctional, sociopathic subculture in the black community that is both feared there and yet tolerated. These are often the illegitimate, fatherless young adults raised by corner street gangs and immature baby-mamas. Get ahold of books written by blacks who actually live in the “hood” and you will see that they, too, are tired of the horrible behavior everywhere from public transit to parks to schools to Chuck-E Cheese outlets. These writers are clear that these problems are not from slavery, but from a new entitlement mindset and reward system for misbehavior. This subculture has no interest in seizing opportunity, getting educated, finding a job or respecting anyone or anything. They don’t want to see beyond the hood, they don’t fear prison, and they don’t value life. This was a hate crime, and the sentence should be 15 years minimum.

  • [15] August 25, 2014 at 5:52pm

    He only criticized inner city shootings, and that falls into line with left-wing gun control. He left out muggings, assaults, flash mob robberies, rapes, looting, knock out, sliding, polar bear hunting, crac-ker smacks, and other black “gunless” crimes, because they get too close to Brown’s aggressive behaviors.

  • [1] August 25, 2014 at 5:45pm

    No, it’s about “guns” “shooting” “gun-toting”, and leaves out mugging, strong-arm robbery, polar bear hunting, assaults, flash mob robberies, knock out, etc. Why? Because a) those come too close to negating his “justifiable outrage” regarding Brown and b) gun-control is a safe left-wing mantra.

  • [1] August 25, 2014 at 5:33pm

    The reason that the left thinks that truth is “relative” is because the President of the United Stated treats Congressional Law as “relative” and the US Attorney General treats crime as “relative”.

  • August 25, 2014 at 5:30pm

    He’s feeling the pressure and criticism of everyone, including blacks, in not addressing black on black crime. But notice that he only refers to guns and shooting. That’s his way of blaming gun rights advocates for what are “black community problems”. He can’t address the assaults, knock out, polar bear hunting, looting, etc. because that comes too close to what both Brown and Martin did.

  • [1] August 25, 2014 at 5:24pm

    The training and money for education that Sharpton claims will solve the problems MUST COME FROM PARENTS. Government money thrown into new pilot schools and preschools in the ghetto is wasted until the feral, destructive, violent, disrespectful juveniles are separated out so that the good students have a chance to learn. These feral youths didn’t learn their behavior from whites, they learned it from street gangs who form families to replace illegitimate, fatherless abandonment. Sharpton also suggested that “guns” made gangsters in inner cities, however, the fists and attitudes of both Brown and Martin contributed to their deaths. I consider “knock out” as gangster, “flash mob robbery” as gangster, “assault” as gangster, “strong-arm mugging” as gangster, “rape” as gangster, “stabbing” as gangster, “polar bear hunting” as gangster, “sliding” as gangster, and so on. The black subculture committing these crimes needs to be stopped WITHIN the black community, since it started there. Merely externalizing the problem with shouts of “racism” doesn’t solve the problem and is, in fact, racist itself.

  • [7] August 25, 2014 at 1:58pm

    Domestic terrorism needs to be punished with harsh sentencing. Instead we downplay it for political an racial reasons. Today, Michael Brown is called “a little kid in a big body”. I refuse this apologist version and demand that safety and law/order be restored and our officers be protected from harm/prosecution when they do so.

  • [3] August 25, 2014 at 5:59am

    The problem Mr. Brown will have in getting peace is that the mayhem in Ferguson was not about a slain 18 year old black man. It was about an opportunity for a feral, reckless, violent, criminal subculture of blacks to vandalize, set fires, throw bricks, loot, and otherwise terrorize the town. The same elements have terrorized cities all over America, including parks, beaches, transit systems, schools, and even Chuck-e Cheese establishments. This rampant wilding is excused by apologists as due to slavery, white supremacy, and poverty, none of which are responsible. Rather, we continue to reward illegitimacy and fatherless homes, where neighborhood gangs instill violence, callousness, disregard for the law, disrespect for adults, and a sure-fire gateway to prison. We need to stop yelling “racism” when people talk about this growing problem. To me, when Americans have to be afraid to wear jewelry, to wear the wrong color clothes, to stand behind a counter at their business, to drive on the wrong street, or even to sleep in their beds at night, it’s time to treat this as domestic terrorism, which it is.

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  • [24] August 24, 2014 at 10:32pm

    If you read black authors, they refer to a feral, reckless, violent minority subculture of African-Americans who behave this way, and while most AAs don’t resort to violence themselves, they are tolerant as a community to it. This subculture has no interest in education or job opportunity, and it doesn’t aspire to see or be anything beyond the hood. They are destroyers of businesses and pubic safety, and none of it is caused by slavery. In fact, white guilt and poverty sympathizers keep this lawless behavior alive and growing by excusing it and ignoring all of the stories like this one. Anyone trying to put an end to it is quickly labeled “Uncle Tom” or racist. Antone trying to defend the public from it is quickly labeled “guilty” of brutality or murder. We all need to rid our communities of this poison. In truth, it is equivalent to domestic terrorism.

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  • [4] August 24, 2014 at 6:26pm

    Keep 24 hour watch, and when they leave the premises for any reason, immediately take possession, call the locksmith, call in a cleaning crew, and put all the junk out onto the street curb. Put in an alarm system, put up a fence over the next couple days, and get a couple big dogs for the yard.

  • [2] August 24, 2014 at 6:18pm

    Ask Masterpiece Bakery in Colorado whether the gays who drove them out of business were just interested in getting married or wanted to push “gay rights” over “religious rights”.

  • [1] August 24, 2014 at 6:08pm

    You get what you reward. We see this playing out globally and on our inner city streets.

  • [21] August 23, 2014 at 2:53pm

    If you based your opinion regarding life in the US from TV, movies, newsprint, and magazines, you’d think that 50% of the country was gay, and the other 50% black. It’s time that we took back our institutions of mass communication, including entertainment, media, and education. We need to be “right-side up” again.

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