Vigilantes hunt down criminals, irrespective of the law.
Trayvon was not a criminal, nor was he doing anything illegal. Therefore Zimmerman cannot be a vigilante and is just a concerned citizen who reported to the police and unfortunately left his car.
The only way Zimmerman could be a murderer is if he had his gun out when he and Trayvon met, or if he started the fight. Given the complete lack of evidence of that though, Zimmerman is only guilty of self defense.
July 15, 2013 at 4:58pm
I have a question; if it can be argued that Trayvon’s rights were violated for being deemed suspicious by an American citizen, then what about the rights of citizens as a whole? Just like Trayvon Martin who was not doing anything wrong, we, the American people are being followed by having our phone and email records collected and stored.
Bring up the question to a liberal and let’s see how they respond.
I think we should launch a civil suit against our government. We don't have many options,but they may at least get media attention.
June 21, 2013 at 2:43pm
Funny how Sean Hannity has a lawyer on his side talking about definite facts, and all the liberal can say in response to the remarks about false Afa Davits was that Holder made a mistake.
So yeah, it devolved into a petty fight. Only cause the poor liberal couldn’t respond rationally.
June 21, 2013 at 2:39pm
Oh, that was hilarious. “Aren’t stooges like little elves?”
Further proof she has no idea what she is talking about and trying to divert the argument through name calling and playing the victim. A stooge is a fall guy, is an idiot, and can be a comedian, like the Three Stooges.
Elves and other mythological creatures have nothing to do with it.
June 18, 2013 at 12:43am
Well it’s true, the Iranian elections are a bit of a farce because the Supreme Leader Khameni filter the list of who can run for president. So whether he be moderate or confederate, he’s still doing Khameni’s bidding.
June 17, 2013 at 5:19pm
Wait, as if all the candidates came from the Tea Party?
To state that is to not understand Iranian politics at all. It’d be more accurate to say the Democratic party, because that is the party in power currently. Khameni and his clerics filter all the candidates before any are allowed to run and let the people decide on a small handful of candidates to chose from.
It has nothing to say about the Tea, Republican or Democratic party because Iranian conservative is not the same as American conservative. They are two different things, two different governments where candidates that don’t meet Khameni’s standards don’t get to run. It is ignorant at its best.
June 17, 2013 at 11:08am
So no one needs to prove they are a citizen now before voting?
The man's a total liar. Higher taxes will keep the credit rating propped up, which will encourage the thieves in DC to borrow even more money.
November 20, 2012 at 5:21pm
You know… in signing the Declaration of Independence, the signers were all too aware that if they lost the cause for revolution, that they would be branded traitors. Given that the victors of history write history, and how history played out, The Boston Tea Party could very well have been considered terrorism if events turned out differently.
I'm sure the owners of the tea and the taxing authorities thought so at the time. In fact, the colonials felt terrorized by the crown's men and the taxman, too. The colonials tried to negotiate an end to the over-taxed burdens they were bearing. The crown and Parliament refused to hear of it, and war for liberation was its result.
That said, is it any wonder why Texas has such big fights over curriculum?