User Profile: planecrashlaw


Member Since: March 28, 2011


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  • August 29, 2015 at 9:06pm

    White Power! Segregation Forever.

  • August 28, 2015 at 7:13pm

    White Power, bro! Having “colored only” water fountains and bathrooms again will fix everything.

  • August 28, 2015 at 2:04pm

    White Power!

  • [1] August 25, 2015 at 1:28pm

    Tinfoil hat. Check.

  • August 23, 2015 at 8:37pm

    You take care of your own? Might want to try a bit harder since Mississippi leads the nation in food stamp recipients. And since my tax bill is more than you make a year, actually I am supporting your people and those in Chicago not only that, apparently I am feeding you people too well;

    “Not only does Mississippi top the states for welfare, but it is also the most obese state with 32.5 percent of adults having a BMI over 30 – and 7 out of 10 adults being overweight.”

    You are welcome. Now get off your butts, get a job and do some sit ups.

  • [-6] August 23, 2015 at 1:37pm

    Last weekend was our 33d wedding anniversary. We took the City of New Orleans from Chicago. First Class Sleeper Car, naturally. Unfortunately, we passed through Mississippi during daylight. Let’s jut say that I never knew that such third world conditions existed in the US. Shacks, Confederate flags, cars up on blocks-every southern tradition on full display. The poverty and backwardness were breathtaking. This truly is not part of the world I live in.

    So when I see this story and the pictures of those defiant old white folks in the stands, full backwardness on display, I didn’t have to guess it was in Mississippi.

    I will stick to flying. You all look much better from 37,000 feet.

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  • [2] August 22, 2015 at 8:39pm

    Hippy. You must have been a fun guy to be around in the 60′s. Buzz cut, love ir or leave it and a Bircher I bet. Only problem is it isn’t the 60s and the only people who still use the world hippie are paranoid shut ins or Blaze readers. But that is redundant.
    Please refute the point that white Christians have been running the country and are the most prosperous group here.

  • August 16, 2015 at 7:12pm

    Out amongst the illiterate? Sure, every time I log in here.

  • August 16, 2015 at 3:05pm

    Communism is a political philosophy. Just like capitalism.

    And the Muslim religion is just another fairy tale. Like Christianity.

    The fact that you like one and not the other does not render them bad. And explain again how the communists and muslin ms are good my to attack us? And remember, this is 2015.

  • [-6] August 16, 2015 at 2:49pm

    What is a “commy?

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  • [-4] August 16, 2015 at 2:44pm

    The 1950s called to say the miss you.

  • [-2] August 15, 2015 at 2:56pm

    Cuba is going to attack us? Does everything frighten you?

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  • [-6] August 12, 2015 at 10:33am

    You are incorrect about crime in Chicago and are painting the entire City as “dangerous” based on events taking place in a handful of South and West side neighborhoods. There are areas where no City resident who did not live there would go, and certainly no tourist would even know where these neighborhoods are to begin with.

    My neighborhood, which is Printer’s Row/Loop has 2 shootings in 2014 and only 1 so far in 2015. So I would appreciate it if you would extend the same consideration to my City as a whole as you would extend to “minorities” by not judging the entire City by things which happen in a few isolated neighborhoods.

    And please understand that my City has nothing in common with where you live, nor the rest of the State. We have strict gun laws here because that is what the majority of citizens desire. With 2 non-fatal shootings per year where I live, the high taxes and housing costs which I pay help insure that I am safe, and there is no need for anyone where I live to be armed in their homes our in public. The elimination of accidental shootings, suicides and domestic killings via strict regulation is well worth any slight benefit that may arise from private firearm ownership where I and the vast majority of people in Chicago live.

  • [-1] August 11, 2015 at 12:40pm

    You seem angry. Might want to work on that.

    No “right” is absolute. I am willing to abide by reasonable restrictions on free speech. For example, non-content based regulations on the time, place and manner of protest are consistent with the Police Powers of the State to regulate public health, safety and welfare, and present no problem for me. I could look at the mere words, out of present context, and claim a right to unlimited speech or assembly, but that would be incorrect and unsophisticated. But whatever works for you.

  • [-3] August 11, 2015 at 11:52am

    A third grader can mouth the words. Only the educated can fully appreciate their meaning in modern society. People like me, the judges, politicians and lawyers, are in the position of cascading down to people like you what those words currently mean. That’s the way it has been for centuries, and is why we elect the educated classes to govern us.

    You may not like the answer, but that does not change the current definition. You can only change things by electing people who agree with your positions. And every time you try, you lose. So I suggest that you accept that this country is changing, and the 1700s are never coming back.

  • [-2] August 11, 2015 at 11:01am

    I was awarded the American Jurisprudence Book Award for the highest score on my Constitutional Law exam. If you are only bringing a knowledge of which way to screw on the oil filter at the Quick Lube where you work, you are out of your depth and a waste of my time.
    That said, the Constitution is a living dynamic document which must change and adapt to modern times. Those times no longer dictate a need for Citizen Militias, a need to hunt for food, or the need to protect one’s self through a weapon.
    The Constitution dictates what the State can and cannot do. The Commerce Clause, the power of the State to tax and the Police Powers of the state to regulate public health, safety and welfare are all available to manage what you view as some right to private firearm ownership. Seattle is acting according to those powers.

  • [-2] August 11, 2015 at 10:47am

    Chicago? I live there. Printer’s Row. Downtown/The Loop. Per the CPD, there was 1 shooting in 2015 and 2 in 2014. No gun homicides. There is no crime where I live and I pay huge amounts in housing costs and taxes to keep it that way. There is no reason for a private citizen to be armed in my neighborhood.

    We will work on criminals after we take care of all of you. Any gun in your possession is a gun that could be stolen or lost, or more likely used in a suicide or domestic shooting. We have to start somewhere.

  • [-6] August 11, 2015 at 9:17am

    So you are in a Militia? Wait, don’t answer. You probably joined one the day President Obama was elected.

    This brain graduated from law school with honors. You?

  • [-9] August 11, 2015 at 8:50am

    I love this idea. To the extent that the Constitution still guarantees that he State cannot prohibit the private possession of firearms-a point I disagree with from a 21st Century perspective-you have no right to an affordable firearm or ammunition. I personally would make the tax $40 a bullet. We may not get your guns, but we can make sure as few of you as possible can actually use them. And maybe even use the money for a reward for turning in illegal gun owners.

    A win for us. And you still keep your precious guns to use as a paperweight and reminder of an alleged right which no longer has a place in modern society.

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  • [-36] August 10, 2015 at 12:12pm

    So we should just ignore Reagans made up stories about “Welfare Queens?” Fail.

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