User Profile: Moliminous

Moliminous

Member Since: July 20, 2012

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  • [-2] August 19, 2014 at 12:05pm

    They have non-smoking rooms so as not to offend. Why not have non-bible rooms for those who might take offense? Maybe they could have a whole wing for atheists.

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  • August 18, 2014 at 12:22pm

    “Facts are stubborn things.” The only reason that a second autopsy was ordered is that the results of the first don’t agree with their preconceived notions about people. Brown wasn’t shot in the back running away. Brown was confronted head-on. Maybe, just maybe, the police officer’s account jibes with the facts of the autopsy. The thing Eric Holder just won’t accept is that you can never replace facts with personality. What happens when the facts conclude that the police were correct and justified and he and Husssein Obama were just plain flat wrong. They’ll never admit it, because then their house of cards will come tumbling down.

  • August 18, 2014 at 12:15pm

    Sad… but this is another example of the fine outcomes from America’s government/union schools. These sad punks should be deported to Haiti. Then they’ll really understand poverty and they can skateboard all they want… the only problem is that they don’t’ have any skateboards.

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  • August 16, 2014 at 11:48am

    Kind of like how people with a moderate knowledge of science are responsible for escalating scientific fools to the level of celebrity. Let’s let sleeping dogs lie.

  • August 16, 2014 at 11:38am

    They should also be concerned about HIV AIDS contagion; it’s as virulent, especially from western countries.

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  • August 15, 2014 at 12:04pm

    Golly gosh! You mean like sending weapons to the the drug cartels in Fast and Furious? Or using public resources for private purposes? Or you mean like stonewalling the American people with half-truths and lawyer’s tricks? You mean like lying? “Give the wrong message?” You’ve got to be kidding, Mr. Holder. With you we have the wrong message and the wrong messenger. Go home.

  • [1] August 15, 2014 at 12:00pm

    There has been a major shift in jurisprudence since around 2008. It’s no longer that one is innocent until proven guilty, it’s now you’re guilty until you can prove you’re innocent. Likewise with police tactics, postures and training. Instead of being about to discriminate between different cultures, different communities and different peoples, there is the presumption that all fall into the same category. Likewise, if there’s trouble, it will be of a certain kind. So, they prepare for the worst. In certain communities they should; I surely wouldn’t go unarmed into the neighborhood of Al Capone or Eric Holder.

    But we do need truth in advertising. If police departments have mechanized war machines, weapons and devices, then they need to change their slogans and labels. They are no longer there to protect and serve.

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  • [6] August 15, 2014 at 11:47am

    While her pain must, of course, cloud the issue, I am surprised that she hadn’t been confronted with honest fears before this date. The mere thought of HIV or AIDS can be a chilling reality. Her son’s choices in life put him into a category from which she cannot now extricate him. May he rest in peace.

  • [8] August 15, 2014 at 11:42am

    Facts are stubborn things. The thug assaults a store operator. The thug confronts a police officer doing his job. The thug assaults the police officer. The thug gets shot. The thug gets mad because he’s been confronted the way he confronted the store operator. The thug gets shot again. RIP.

    The thug was shot not because he was young.
    The thug was shot not because he was black.
    The thug was shot not because he wasn’t carrying a weapon.

    RIP

  • [3] August 14, 2014 at 3:34pm

    Golly gosh! Obama seeks restraint? Who wrote these lines for him? He should be fired.

  • [5] August 14, 2014 at 3:32pm

    They bought a house, not a beach. They have some square-footage, not rights. If they don’t like the fires, they should move–the fires were there way before they arrived in the neighborhood. This is the same complaint as the airport neighbors who complain about the noise, neighbors who moved in about twenty years after the airport.

  • [4] August 14, 2014 at 11:15am

    They surely lawyered up in a hurry. Seems like they’re professional victims looking for a grievance and a lawsuit.

    They may have paid for a 1st class ticket (and seat), but that seat wasn’t in the loo. There’s more to the “attitude” problem than is reported here.

    I’d put the couple on a no-fly list; they don’t’ know how to act in public.

  • [6] August 14, 2014 at 11:06am

    Eventually right or wrong, how this transpires is seriously questionable. It’s the same tactic used in St. Louis. The self-identified “victims” fail to confront the facts before they go to social media to stir up the mob. He didn’t go to the store and question the reference before Facebook was cranked up for support and umbrage. Likewise, before the facts are out about what this teen ager did to provoke a response that took his own life, folks in St. Louis are simply using this as an excuse to take umbrage and loot stores (that had absolutely nothing to do with the situation at all–figure that one out).

    “Facts are stubborn things.”

  • August 12, 2014 at 11:45am

    The headline is so misleading. “Police Shooting of Unarmed Teen.” The two situations ( police shooting AND unarmed teen) are juxtaposed as if they are complementary, one was the reason for the other. What one comes away with is, “Heck, those police shot this kid BECAUSE he was unarmed.” No, the headline should describe the facts of the situation, not someone else’s opinion. How about, “Police Shooting of Combative Teen,” or “Police Wind UP Shooting Teen who Attacked Them.”

    The problem is now the reaction. People are reacting to the alleged fact that the kid was unarmed, not that he attacked the police. But, then, this is at the heart of racism.

  • [5] August 12, 2014 at 11:33am

    How very, very sad, especially for them, but also for the country. For these are our so-called “leaders.” There is no trust, there is no faith. But there’s loads of racism… and it’s all theirs.

  • [5] August 11, 2014 at 12:02pm

    “If I had a son…” The tribal ethos runs deep here. But I have as yet to hear one word of disdain from any Muslim anywhere. It’s like “we can’t rat on our own.” Well, if you’re not part of the solution, you are the problem. Muslims are the problem.

  • [6] August 10, 2014 at 12:58pm

    Hey Blaze:

    What’s with your editors? I was trying to make a very delicate point using the most non-offensive word possible, a word steeped in science and anthropology. Referring to our dark-skinned cousins, I indicated they were of the ******* persuasion (if this gets edited too, it rhymes with android). I could have used “black” but folks weren’t back in the time of the Dred Scott and most aren’t today. They were called a classical latin term for a dark color because that’s all it was… a color. Today it’s become a movement for race-baiters like Al Sharpton and Barrack and Michelle Obama.

    But I do not understand the abject sensitivities to science and anthropology. Lets start calling a spade a spade and a quit calling darkness light.

  • [3] August 10, 2014 at 12:50pm

    Remember the Dred Scott decision. Here was the law of the land in bold letters, repugnant to all those with moral sensibilities. The vast majority of citizens in the United States once believed in and supported slavery. The Democratic Party that we know today had its roots in the Ku Klux Klan of the deep south. And one of the great ironies of history and this country’s past was the fact that the majority of slave owners were, themselves, of the ******* persuasion. (Similar to Barry Obama’s own brother who supports slavery in his neck of his neighborhood.)

    Likewise the laws and regulations dealing with homosexuals and so-called “same sex” marriage. While legislatures rush to be popular and avant garde, like the Democrats of the south and north so many years ago, and pass today’s Dred Scott decisions, it still doesn’t make it right. Just because one citizen, one person standing all alone out in a field by them self praying to their God, doesn’t make them wrong. And just because every other person votes for a proposition doesn’t make it right. That’s why America’s government is not a democracy–one person, one vote–because that’s the Dred Scott rule of the mob. Rather, the Founders wisely gave us a Constitutional Republic wherein elected leaders are called to balance the rights of one with the momentum of the many.

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  • [4] August 9, 2014 at 12:02pm

    It’s time for the Separation of School and State.

  • [2] August 9, 2014 at 11:57am

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. But remember, that little 45 cent stamp is an implied contract between the sender and the USPS. The USPS has a fiduciary and legal requirement to prosecute this carrier to the full extent of the law. Loss of job, loss of pension, loss of position sounds about right. Blaze: let us know the outcome.

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