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Re: Baltimore Md riots

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Post by SQLGeek » Thu Apr 30, 2015 10:34 am

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I have begun to worry about myself. Am I on the wrong side of every issue, from guns to crime to whether we have a great president right now?
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Re: Baltimore Md riots

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Post by philip964 » Thu Apr 30, 2015 12:59 pm

VMI77 wrote:
philip964 wrote:
RetNavy wrote:my wife had this video posted to her FB......

Police and national Guard need this momma on thier team

http://coed.com/2015/04/27/baltimore-ri ... s-looting/
I have begun to worry about myself. Am I on the wrong side of every issue, from guns to crime to whether we have a great president right now? Many people seem to have exactly the opposite view I have. Right now playing among my facebook friends is a line of logic that the riots in Baltimore are not criminal activity, but instead an oppressed people wanting to be free and supporting their cause or lack there of.

Sort of the ultimate is this story that one of my facebook friends posted about the mom who smacked her son and got him to leave the rock throwing against the police. That link is posted above. When I saw it I thought, this is what we need more parents acting like this. I could not imagine that even my most liberal friends would not find this story and video a good thing.

Well I was wrong it did not take long for this link to be posted. Yes the mom was wrong and I am now a racist for even liking it.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/2 ... 75754.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Well, don't let it get you down. This has become a nation of morons but there are probably still a good 40% that are on the right track so you've got plenty of company. I hope if your FB friends find themselves being attacked by any "oppressed" people they just surrender themselves to their well deserved fate and don't try to resist or fight back like an "oppressor." "rlol"
What is funny both of my extreme liberal friends live in Lilly White neighborhoods with excellent police departments known for keeping the unwashed out. Both want no one to have guns, but live in states that imbrace the 2nd Amendement and thus have much lower crime rates than the places they love and admire.

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Re: Baltimore Md riots

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Post by SQLGeek » Fri May 01, 2015 11:08 am

philip964 wrote:
What is funny both of my extreme liberal friends live in Lilly White neighborhoods with excellent police departments known for keeping the unwashed out.
You just described most of Marin county in the San Francisco. Funny how that works.
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Post by CHLLady » Sat May 02, 2015 6:04 pm

I'm very proud of the mother who smacked her son to set him straight. I applaud her! We need more of this! She is a true role model for other single moms out there struggling to raise their kids on their own. She has 6! It's a very tough job to do on your own.

Another mother in the news recently that I have huge respect for is Walter Scott's mother. She showed amazing grace and forgiveness for the officer that shot and killed her son. It choked me up to hear her words of forgiveness. She is a much greater lady than I could ever be in that situation. And the fact that the family didn't want the great charlatan Al Sharpton there, raised my respect even more. They kept the sincere focus on their son, as it should be.
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Post by Right2Carry » Sat May 02, 2015 9:45 pm

IMHO these people should be treated like Domestic Terrorists.
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Post by psijac » Sun May 03, 2015 8:21 am

Right2Carry wrote:IMHO these people should be treated like Domestic Terrorists.
Sorry but the term domestic terrorist has lost so much of its meaning. Thank to the ever broadening power of the NSA. Now we are all domestic terrorist.

What's the point of putting looters on a no-fly list when they can't afford a plane ticket anyway.
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Post by Abraham » Sun May 03, 2015 9:35 am

For reasons unbeknownst to me, my wife had CNN on a couple of days ago. I'm not a fan and she isn't either, but it was on.

Michaela Angela Davis was criticizing the mother who smacked her thuggish son, who had been throwing projectiles at the police.

Davis blathered on and on about how wrong it was for the mother to "beat her son".

Pure hyperbole.

He wasn't "beaten" but was slapped a few times to get his attention.

Davis berated the mother for physically correcting her "misguided youth".

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Post by jmra » Sun May 03, 2015 9:47 am

Abraham wrote:For reasons unbeknownst to me, my wife had CNN on a couple of days ago. I'm not a fan and she isn't either, but it was on.

Michaela Angela Davis was criticizing the mother who smacked her thuggish son, who had been throwing projectiles at the police.

Davis blathered on and on about how wrong it was for the mother to "beat her son".

Pure hyperbole.

He wasn't "beaten" but was slapped a few times to get his attention.

Davis berated the mother for physically correcting her "misguided youth".
I find most people have no clue what a beating is.
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Re: Baltimore Md riots

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Post by Right2Carry » Sun May 03, 2015 10:05 am

psijac wrote:
Right2Carry wrote:IMHO these people should be treated like Domestic Terrorists.
Sorry but the term domestic terrorist has lost so much of its meaning. Thank to the ever broadening power of the NSA. Now we are all domestic terrorist.

What's the point of putting looters on a no-fly list when they can't afford a plane ticket anyway.
The point wasn't a no fly list, the point was deal with them like any other terrorist. They need to understand actions have severe consequences!
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Post by rbwhatever1 » Sun May 03, 2015 4:19 pm

I read the curfew was lifted. The takers will keep taking. That's all they know how to do and when other folks support them Law is meaningless. It appears some folks are exempt from Laws and others are not. We will see how this shakes out soon enough. Our future doesn't look to bright with the moronic youth of today. These common thugs need to be dealt with quickly. If it's a purge they want then give it to them fully. Then we can stop feeding them, housing them and assisting them in any way...


"Rally calls for burning stores in Baltimore to get them 'out of our communities'"

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Post by C-dub » Sun May 03, 2015 8:37 pm

philip964 wrote:
RetNavy wrote:my wife had this video posted to her FB......

Police and national Guard need this momma on thier team

http://coed.com/2015/04/27/baltimore-ri ... s-looting/
I have begun to worry about myself. Am I on the wrong side of every issue, from guns to crime to whether we have a great president right now? Many people seem to have exactly the opposite view I have. Right now playing among my facebook friends is a line of logic that the riots in Baltimore are not criminal activity, but instead an oppressed people wanting to be free and supporting their cause or lack there of.

Sort of the ultimate is this story that one of my facebook friends posted about the mom who smacked her son and got him to leave the rock throwing against the police. That link is posted above. When I saw it I thought, this is what we need more parents acting like this. I could not imagine that even my most liberal friends would not find this story and video a good thing.

Well I was wrong it did not take long for this link to be posted. Yes the mom was wrong and I am now a racist for even liking it.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/2 ... 75754.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
I used to have a couple of friends like those on FB. Some of their drivel caused me so much angst that I finally just dumped them. I haven't felt better and FB is far less stressful without them. They both always resorted to name calling and obscenities. Buh-bye!
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Re: Baltimore Md riots

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Post by philip964 » Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:50 pm

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/60352506 ... n-43-years" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Murder rate soars to levels not seen in 43 years.

How's that space to riot working out for you?

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Post by rbwhatever1 » Sat Aug 01, 2015 1:17 am

Baltimore deserves exactly what Baltimore is getting. Let the animals kill each other.
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Re: Baltimore Md riots

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Post by philip964 » Mon May 01, 2017 12:25 pm

http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/04/2 ... -for-help/

Baltimore mayor asking for FBI help in quelling the violence in their city.

So how has all this worked out for them, since they charged, what six police officers in the death of Freddy Gray and then they were all found not guilty.

Don't see much of the District Attorney on TV anymore.


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Re: Baltimore Md riots

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Post by apostate » Mon May 01, 2017 12:59 pm

They made this mess. Why should anybody else lift a trigger finger to help them?

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