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  • [3] May 5, 2015 at 6:08pm

    The same ones? No kidding? All the way down in New Orleans but you know for a fact that yesterday, these people claimed to have seen Baltimore Police chase and shoot a black teenager to death.


  • [6] May 5, 2015 at 6:06pm

    Be careful what you pray for.

  • [1] May 5, 2015 at 5:44pm

    I’m not the one subconsciously voting for Hillary, bub. I know math and am aware of how elections work not how I’d like them to work. The one truly just silently praying for hope and change are dopes like you. Respectfully….

  • May 5, 2015 at 5:29pm

    All great points and I never said it wasn’t a possibility. I don’t know when Beck brought up the Arab spring but it was talked about as back as 2003. He could be right. I only warned him to be careful. Even during riots and what-have-you, “Martial Law” – like Guam had during WWII – is pretty far fetched.

    And I’m sorry, I love Governor Abbott but his decision was purely political pandering. The rumors being spread are absurd.

  • [23] May 5, 2015 at 4:31pm

    If you’re just going to make **** up, CNN, why not put the officer in a Punisher costume, too. And have him throw a grenade while you’re at it. But not a real one. Use one like in the movies that turn into a HUGE ball of fire.

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  • May 5, 2015 at 4:25pm

    Probably. Let’s be honest, getting a so called “real Conservative” elected President and “real Conservatives” in the house, senate, and supreme court would be really bad for business. The same goes for every other side. They win when we’re at each others throats fighting over idiocies.

  • [3] May 5, 2015 at 4:21pm

    And seriously, who is the one that “approves” the application for someone running? Is there a form you fill out? An online questionnaire or survey?

    ***** it. I may just run for President and find out.

  • [3] May 5, 2015 at 4:13pm

    What do you think “martial law” is, Blest? Curfews are NOT martial law and the national guard is NOT in charge of Baltimore. They have a mayor, chief of police, city council, and probably a city manager still calling the shots. The same goes with Ferguson.

  • [3] May 5, 2015 at 3:12pm

    Save your breath, KevINtampa. You don’t need to write all these words to say what you’re saying. Next time, just type “Hillary 2016″ and we’ll know what you mean.

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  • [2] May 5, 2015 at 2:55pm

    The statement tells me these idiots aren’t as organized as they claim. They’re making general statements. They are trying to make it sound like they “tapped” Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum to attack the people of Garland. They didn’t. ISIS didn’t even know these two pigs existed let alone give them guidance on the attack. They put it a general statement for their “brothers” to do “something” and two pendejos took the bait. Now they’re worm food.

  • [8] May 5, 2015 at 2:48pm

    “Beck told his audience that during the next presidency, Americans will see martial law ‘either regionally or across the entire country … because there’s going to be a breakdown of the system.’”

    Careful, Beck. The Internet is forever. And just like many of us have gone back and heard all the nonsense Alex Jones “predicted” for Y2K to prove he’s a damn moron, many will go back and hold you accountable for jumping to such bold conclusions.

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  • May 5, 2015 at 11:23am

    I know this will be an unpopular opinion but there is a difference between “pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants” and “pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants.” Let me explain:

    1. This involves illegals who as adults knowingly cross the border. Some have been deported and come back and others have just gotten lucky and have never been picked up. These people knew what they were doing and out pure and utter disregard for the law, did it anyway. No path. They can go back to their home country, wait the year they’re supposed to wait, and apply just like everyone else.

    2. This would involve children that, through no fault of their own, ended up here. These people have no ties to any other country except this one. They were educated here – some have graduated college and are ready to become tax paying members of our society but can’t because they can’t get a job because they’re illegal. Where will you send back to? Most don’t even speak their “native” language. Please don’t bring up how much we’ve spent on them. At this point, this is a sunk cost and we can discuss it but that’s a separate argument. We’ve invested too much in them and it’s stupid to not allow them the opportunity to contribute. I’ve known students who are lawyers and pharmacists in this very situation but can’t practice what we paid to teach them.

  • [4] May 5, 2015 at 11:10am

    Maybe I didn’t explain myself correctly. It did change my perspective. I haven’t been satisfied with “just enough” since and I don’t praise mediocrity or expected behavior.

    What lesson would you have learned?

  • [2] May 5, 2015 at 11:08am

    How? How did “Republicans put a stop to that”? Please be specific.

  • [3] May 5, 2015 at 11:07am

    These officers need to get with the program. Actors, especially minorities, get special privileges. Everyone knows that….

  • May 5, 2015 at 10:55am

    I don’t know whether she should or shouldn’t Gonzo but one thing is for sure, there is too much money to be made to where she won’t allow it. Think of the fame this will bring her win or lose? She could be senator or governor once this is over. But for sure, we know she’ll have a book. If she’s not involved in the case, no one cares about her. She stands to benefit the most from Gray’s death. I don’t mean to be crude or mean – that’s just a fact.

  • [3] May 5, 2015 at 10:51am

    Maybe someone can edcuate me on how an attorney can have a conflict of interest when they’re not the ones making the decisions. A judge can have a conflict of interest. A jury can have a conflict of interest. But an attorney should have an interest in their cases. In this case, her evidence shows Gray is a victim. I’m not saying he is or isn’t. I’m only saying that according to her evidence, he is. But a team of lawyers, also with an interest will be defending the officers involved. All the evidence she presents will be defended, correct? It also isn’t uncommon for any lawyer to get close to or attached to the family of a victim.

    If Gray had been murdered in cold blood, on video, by a serial killer and she was tasked with convicting him or her, would we say she has a conflict of interest because she knows the family lawyer?

  • [5] May 5, 2015 at 10:37am

    Some people don’t understand the concept of not quitting. Not quitting is not just failing to give up. It’s continuing to go forward after your body just won’t let you. Most of us think we’ve been in that situation but we simply haven’t.

  • May 5, 2015 at 10:28am

    No doubt that’s inspiring but the difference is, one of these women’s life could depend on her finishing. The other only get’s to feel good about herself. I wouldn’t expect you to get it.

  • [11] May 5, 2015 at 10:26am

    If you’ve never been that tired, you haven’t lived.

    I was so out of shape when I was in basic training that I made my running time by only one second the first time I ran it. As my drill instructor screamed “ONE SECOND” as I passed the finished line, I said, “YES!” under my breath and made that gesture one makes with their arm to celebrate. She was not happy. She chased after me and screamed, “WHAT ARE YOU PROUD OF!? EVERYONE IN YOUR FLIGHT ALREADY FINISHED! YOU’RE A DISGRACE TO THEM! YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF! NEVER BE PROUD OF MEDIOCRITY! IS THIS THE BEST YOU CAN DO? GET THE HELL OUT OF MY TRACK! GET OUT OF HERE, LOSER!”

    And some of you wonder why I can’t stand people praising expected behavior. I learned a great lesson that day.

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