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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 4:26 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 4:41 pm

Trump Worshiping Gun Nut who advocates for the mass murder of school children wrote:
[b]Considering the general ignorance regarding guns that has been displayed in this thread, I would hope that some of the participants take the time to read and digest this article.
You might learn something.
What,that you need a penis extender to feel like a man"? We already knew that!
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 5:42 pm

Artchel 60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Considering the general ignorance regarding guns that has been displayed in this thread, I would hope that some of the participants take the time to read and digest this article.
You might learn something.

What,that you need a penis extender to feel like a man"? We already knew that!
 


I have posted numerous things recently in the hope of getting a discussion going, but the only things that you seem to want to discuss are my underwear and my penis.
What the hell is wrong with you?


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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 5:43 pm

I love making a fool out of myself for Artie's Amusement wrote:
Super duper strategy denigrating the survivors of a mass casualty school shooting. Evil or Very Mad

Guess where the Trump worshiping troll found it?
Shocked
Alex Jones’ Infowars releases video depicting Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez as member of the Hitler Youth  Jones also played video with Adolf Hitler dubbed over David Hogg speech
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From the March 27 edition of Genesis Communications Network’s The Alex Jones Show:

Later in the show, Jones played a longer video that featured Parkland survivor David Hogg’s speech at March For Our Lives dubbed over with an Adolf Hitler speech:

Alex Jones Fan wrote:

I have posted numerous things recently in the hope of getting a discussion going


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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 5:48 pm

Artchel 60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Super duper strategy denigrating the survivors of a mass casualty school shooting. Evil or Very Mad

Guess where the Trump worshiping troll found it?
Shocked
Alex Jones’ Infowars releases video depicting Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez as member of the Hitler Youth  Jones also played video with Adolf Hitler dubbed over David Hogg speech
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From the March 27 edition of Genesis Communications Network’s The Alex Jones Show:

Later in the show, Jones played a longer video that featured Parkland survivor David Hogg’s speech at March For Our Lives dubbed over with an Adolf Hitler speech:

Actually, I got it directly from youtube.
And now you have what you have been waiting for all along - your next Cindy Sheehan.
Do you remember her - the one you used for a while as long as she was useful, then tossed her away like a sack of garbage?
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 5:54 pm

CrossDressing Alex Jones Fan wrote:
Artchel 60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Super duper strategy denigrating the survivors of a mass casualty school shooting. Evil or Very Mad

Guess where the Trump worshiping troll found it?
Shocked
Alex Jones’ Infowars releases video depicting Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez as member of the Hitler Youth  Jones also played video with Adolf Hitler dubbed over David Hogg speech
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From the March 27 edition of Genesis Communications Network’s The Alex Jones Show:

Later in the show, Jones played a longer video that featured Parkland survivor David Hogg’s speech at March For Our Lives dubbed over with an Adolf Hitler speech:

Actually, I got it directly from youtube.
Sure you did. Rolling Eyes Yeah,we believe you.  Rolling Eyes Honest we do. Rolling Eyes  Really Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 6:24 pm

Artchel60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Artchel 60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Super duper strategy denigrating the survivors of a mass casualty school shooting. Evil or Very Mad

Guess where the Trump worshiping troll found it?
Shocked
Alex Jones’ Infowars releases video depicting Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez as member of the Hitler Youth  Jones also played video with Adolf Hitler dubbed over David Hogg speech
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From the March 27 edition of Genesis Communications Network’s The Alex Jones Show:

Later in the show, Jones played a longer video that featured Parkland survivor David Hogg’s speech at March For Our Lives dubbed over with an Adolf Hitler speech:

Why do you have the need to lie every chance you get, even when it serves no purpose?
I understand that you are busy oiling your palm for your 'date' with Jazz, hence too busy to trace the link, but not to worry - I'll do it for you:


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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 8:31 pm

happy jack wrote:
Artchel60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Artchel 60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Super duper strategy denigrating the survivors of a mass casualty school shooting. Evil or Very Mad

Guess where the Trump worshiping troll found it?
Shocked
Alex Jones’ Infowars releases video depicting Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez as member of the Hitler Youth  Jones also played video with Adolf Hitler dubbed over David Hogg speech
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From the March 27 edition of Genesis Communications Network’s The Alex Jones Show:

Later in the show, Jones played a longer video that featured Parkland survivor David Hogg’s speech at March For Our Lives dubbed over with an Adolf Hitler speech:

Why do you have the need to lie every chance you get, even when it serves no purpose?
I understand that you are busy oiling your palm for your 'date' with Jazz, hence too busy to trace the link, but not to worry - I'll do it for you:

youtube]BRi-UouACL8[/youtube
I know you're eager to try and change the subject but you really put on a Masters Course in stupid today. Every time we think you've reached the bottom of stupidity you show us another level.

First you plagiarize something from 1920 hoping I'd bite but instead I was too smart for you as usual. Then I catch you posting stuff from Alex Jones. Well done oh stupid one! You've provided some great laughs as usual.

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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 8:48 pm

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Every time we think you've reached the bottom of stupidity you show us another level.  

Who, exactly, is this "we" of whom you speak?
Oh, almost forgot - you, Jazz, and all of your other imaginary friends.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/27/2018, 8:49 pm

https://www.nationalreview.com/2015/08/rant-second-amendment-repeal/

An Open Rant Aimed at Those Who Would Repeal the Second Amendment

By CHARLES C. W. COOKE
August 27, 2015 7:30 PM

Talk is cheap, but persuading Americans to surrender their rights will be expensive, difficult, and time-consuming.

Editor’s Note: We are re-posting this 2015 piece by NRO editor Charles C. W. Cooke in light of retired Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens’s call to repeal the Second Amendment.

A few hours after yesterday’s shooting hit the news, the comedian Rob Delaney penned this tweet:

The @NRA & the politicians they own must not know this T. Jefferson quote. The 2nd Amendment is a FUCKING BOY’S COAT. pic.twitter.com/cKR0Nk4Uwm

— rob Delaney (@robdelaney) August 26, 2015

For ease of viewing, here is that Jefferson quotation in full (it’s adapted from a July 12, 1816, letter to Samuel Kercheval):

I am not an advocate for frequent changes in laws and constitutions, but laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind. As that becomes more developed, more enlightened, as new discoveries are made, new truths discovered and manners and opinions change, with the change of circumstances, institutions must advance also to keep pace with the times. We might as well require a man to wear still the coat which fitted him when a boy as civilized society to remain ever under the regimen of their barbarous ancestors.

We should be absolutely clear about what Delaney is arguing here: He is a) agreeing with Jefferson that “laws and institutions must go hand in hand with the progress of the human mind,” b) contending that “progress” suggests that the individual right to keep and bear arms is now counterproductive, and c) concluding that it is time therefore to make a “change in law and constitution” — in other words, to repeal the Second Amendment. This, it is true, is not a mainstream position on the American Left — at least, it is not one that is argued openly. But it is a reasonably popular one on social media, it has strong support within the more leftward-leaning parts of the political commentariat, it is often implied by the casual manner in which progressives such as President Obama refer to “Australia” and other heavily regulated nations, and it enjoys indirect approval from around one quarter of the American public. When the likes of Rob Delaney and Bill Maher and Keith Ellison say that we need to get rid of the Second Amendment, they are not speaking in a vacuum but reflecting the views of a small but vocal portion of the American population. And they mean it.

That being so, here’s the million-dollar question: What the hell are they waiting for? Go on, chaps. Bloody well do it.

Seriously, try it. Start the process. Stop whining about it on Twitter, and on HBO, and at the Daily Kos. Stop playing with some Thomas Jefferson quote you found on Google. Stop jumping on the news cycle and watching the retweets and viral shares rack up. Go out there and begin the movement in earnest. Don’t fall back on excuses. Don’t play cheap motte-and-bailey games. And don’t pretend that you’re okay with the Second Amendment in theory, but you’re just appalled by the Heller decision. You’re not. Heller recognized what was obvious to the amendment’s drafters, to the people who debated it, and to the jurists of their era and beyond: That “right of the people” means “right of the people,” as it does everywhere else in both the Bill of Rights and in the common law that preceded it. A Second Amendment without the supposedly pernicious Heller “interpretation” wouldn’t be any impediment to regulation at all. It would be a dead letter. It would be an effective repeal. It would be the end of the right itself. In other words, it would be exactly what you want! Man up. Put together a plan, and take those words out of the Constitution.

It’ll be tough explaining to suburban families that their established conception of American liberty is wrong. You might even suffer at the polls because of it. But that’s what it’s going to take.

This will involve hard work, of course. You can’t just sit online and preen to those who already agree with you. No siree. Instead, you’ll have to go around the states — traveling and preaching until the soles of your shoes are thin as paper. You’ll have to lobby Congress, over and over and over again. You’ll have to make ads and shake hands and twist arms and cut deals and suffer all the slings and arrows that will be thrown in your direction. You’ll have to tell anybody who will listen to you that they need to support you; that if they disagree, they’re childish and beholden to the “gun lobby”; that they don’t care enough about children; that their reverence for the Founders is mistaken; that they have blood on their goddamn hands; that they want to own firearms only because their penises are small and they’re not “real men.” And remember, you can’t half-ass it this time. You’re not going out there to tell these people that you want “reform” or that “enough is enough.” You’re going there to solicit their support for removing one of the articles within the Bill of Rights. Make no mistake: It’ll be unpleasant strolling into Pittsburgh or Youngstown or Pueblo and telling blue-collar Democrat after blue-collar Democrat that he only has his guns because he’s not as well endowed as he’d like to be. It’ll be tough explaining to suburban families that their established conception of American liberty is wrong. You might even suffer at the polls because of it. But that’s what it’s going to take. So do it. Start now. Off you go.
And don’t stop there. No, no. There’ll still be a lot of work to be done. As anybody with a passing understanding of America’s constitutional system knows, repealing the Second Amendment won’t in and of itself lead to the end of gun ownership in America. Rather, it will merely free up the federal government to regulate the area, should it wish to do so. Next, you’ll need to craft the laws that bring about change — think of them as modern Volstead Acts — and you’ll need to get them past the opposition. And, if the federal government doesn’t immediately go the whole hog, you’ll need to replicate your efforts in the states, too, 45 of which have their own constitutional protections. Maybe New Jersey and California will go quietly. Maybe. But Idaho won’t. Louisiana won’t. Kentucky won’t. Maine won’t. You’ll need to persuade those sovereignties not to sue and drag their heels, but to do what’s right as defined by you. Unfortunately, that won’t involve vague talk of holding “national conversations” and “doing something” and “fighting back against the NRA.” It’ll mean going to all sorts of groups — unions, churches, PTAs, political meetings, bowling leagues — and telling them not that you want “common-sense reforms,” but that you want their guns, as in Australia or Britain or Japan. Obviously, the Republicans aren’t going to help in this, so you’ll need to commandeer the Democratic party to do it. That means you’ll need their presidential candidates on board. That means you’ll need to make full abolition the stated policy of the Senate and House caucuses. That means you’ll need the state parties to sign pledges promising not to back away if it gets tough. And if they won’t, you’ll need to start a third party and accept all that that entails.
And when you’ve done all that and your vision is inked onto parchment, you’ll need to enforce it. No, not in the namby-pamby, eh-we-don’t-really-want-to-fund-it way that Prohibition was enforced. I mean enforce it — with force. When Australia took its decision to Do Something, the Australian citizenry owned between 2 and 3 million guns. Despite the compliance of the people and the lack of an entrenched gun culture, the government got maybe three-quarters of a million of them — somewhere between a fifth and a third of the total. That wouldn’t be good enough here, of course. There are around 350 million privately owned guns in America, which means that if you picked up one in three, you’d only be returning the stock to where it was in 1994. Does that sound difficult? Sure! After all, this is a country of 330 million people spread out across 3.8 million square miles, and if we know one thing about the American people, it’s that they do not go quietly into the night. But the government has to have their guns. It has to. The Second Amendment has to go.
You’re going to need a plan. A state-by-state, county-by-county, street-by-street, door-to door plan. A detailed roadmap to abolition that involves the military and the police and a whole host of informants — and, probably, a hell of a lot of blood, too. Sure, the ACLU won’t like it, especially when you start going around poorer neighborhoods. Sure, there are probably between 20 and 30 million Americans who would rather fight a civil war than let you into their houses. Sure, there is no historical precedent in America for the mass confiscation of a commonly owned item — let alone one that was until recently constitutionally protected. Sure, it’s slightly odd that you think that we can’t deport 11 million people but we can search 123 million homes. But that’s just the price we have to pay. Times have changed. It has to be done: For the children; for America; for the future. Hey hey, ho ho, the Second Amendment has to go. Let’s do this thing.

When do you get started?


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What he said.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/28/2018, 5:46 am

How Stoneman Douglas students organized gun-control rallies around the world
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The teenagers brought eloquence, commitment and a determination to generate lasting change. Their adult allies contributed money and an array of skills, from media relations to event planning on a massive scale.

The gun-control rallies that seized the nation’s attention Saturday arose from an unusual combination of youthful idealism and adult professionalism, yielding events whose national impact may last well through this year’s mid-term elections.

“We are minors, for the most part,” said Delaney Tarr, one of the speakers and organizers at the Washington D.C. event. “We can’t file permits. I can’t, technically, check into a hotel on my own without an adult because I’m 17. We do need adults for those things that we’re too young for, for the technical aspect. But the heart and soul of this movement is in the youth.”

To many right-wing critics, the March for Our Lives rallies looked too slick and well-organized, with speeches that were too well-written and videos that no student could have produced – evidence that the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High students were pawns, not leaders.

“Today’s protests aren’t spontaneous,” the National Rifle Association said, in a widely repeated Facebook statement posted Saturday, the day of the March for Our Lives rallies. “Gun-hating billionaires and Hollywood elites are manipulating and exploiting children as part of their plan to DESTROY the Second Amendment and strip us of our right to defend ourselves and our loved ones.”

Hollywood elites certainly played a big role, from the millions in celebrity contributions to the on-the-ground management of the Washington event by Deena Katz, a Los Angeles television producer. The New York and Los Angeles public relations firm 42 West contributed its services. A Stoneman Douglas alumni group raised more than $100,000 to send kids to Washington.

But while the students leaned on adults familiar with the political, financial and governmental levers that needed to be pulled, they say the idea that they were being manipulated is nonsense.
March for Our Lives protest in Washington, D.C.
March for Our Lives protest in Washington, D.C. (Mike Stocker/Sun-Sentinel)

“I find it kind of amusing that the fact that we don’t want to be shot and killed makes us pawns,” Tarr said “The only reason we’re doing this is for those 17 dead and for everyone else who has died because of gun violence. But they, for whatever reason, have equated that with being pawns. My speech was my speech. It was not written by someone else for me. It was not the words of someone that I was told to say. It was true because that is what we were focusing on. We were focusing on telling our truth and our story.”

After the Feb. 14 shooting by expelled student Nikolas Cruz, which left 17 dead and 17 wounded, the national media descended on Parkland. Wendy Zipes Hunter, a celebrity booker who lives in Parkland, helped the students from the start in dealing with the press, but she said her role was advisory only.
Emma Gonzalez
Emma Gonzalez, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, at the rally in Washington, D.C. (Mike Stocker/Sun-Sentinel)

“I was a mentor and a resource,” she said. “They’re awesome. What you see is what you get. They’re incredibly focused, driven and inspiring. There were some adults who were able to help where they could, and I feel fortunate to be among them.”

A prominent coordinator of Saturday’s rallies was Everytown for Gun Safety, a gun-control group founded by billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The organization gave $5,000 grants to more than 200 local organizers across the country and sent logistical teams to coordinate some of these events, including the one in Parkland that drew thousands of people.

For the Parkland rally, Everytown took care of setting up the stage, fencing, shuttle buses and other logistics, but the organization didn’t try to take control of the event, students said.

“They never tried to push any of their ideas,” said Casey Sherman, 17, a student organizer and speaker at the Parkland event. “When we first got on the phone with Everytown, we made clear if we had a large organization coming in to help, the kids’ voices had to come out on top. It was important that it still remained student-led. They immediately understood that. They made it clear that they never intended to take over. They were there just to give us help.”
March for Our Lives protest in Parkland
March for Our Lives protest in Parkland (Carline Jean/Sun-Sentinel)

Sari Kaufman, 15, another organizer, said it was the students who planned the program, reaching out to potential speakers such as Max Schachter, whose son Alex was killed in the attack.

“We wrote all our own speeches,” she said. “We had one of our teachers look over them for grammar.”

For the event in the nation’s capital, gun-control groups such as Everytown and the Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence contributed volunteers.

“We had busloads of people going in and places for people to get signs,” said Kris Brown, co-president of the Brady Campaign. “We hosted a sign-making party. We didn’t tell anyone what to say or what to advocate for. I was as impressed as anyone with the kids’ ability to articulate and share their messages.”

Stoneman Douglas’ far-flung alumni network contributed money and services, raising more than $100,000 for transportation, food and other expenses, said Craig Pugatch, a Fort Lauderdale lawyer and one of the leaders of the alumni effort.

“The alumni came out in full force,” he said. “Our alumni are spread all across the country. We’ve got doctors, lawyers, PR teams, writers, professionals, journalists, you name it in the alumni group. And we called upon them and said, can your skills help, and if your skills can’t help we can certainly use your money, and if your money can’t help we’d like you to come volunteer.”
March for Our Lives protest in Boca Raton
March for Our Lives protest in Boca Raton (Jim Rassol/Sun-Sentinel)

The money, combined with funds from the Giffords gun-control group and free flights from Delta Air Lines, helped send nearly 1,000 Stoneman Douglas students and chaperones to the event.

Jeff Foster, the Advanced Placement government teacher who has served as a mentor to the student activists, was backstage at the Washington rally and credited the adults with much of the professionalism of the event, from the quality of the videos to the logistics of the on-stage program.

“That was done by the adults in the room,” he said. “They had a roomful of very put-together people who were running behind the scenes. They did a rehearsal the night before. It wasn’t a school drama production, that’s for sure -- not that the drama productions aren’t awesome at our school. It was professionally run.”

But the Stoneman Douglas students and the other young speakers were the soul of the rally, Foster said, with their words, their memories of the horror of that day and their ideas. He said he’s angered by the attacks claiming they were passive actors in a drama written by Democrats, gun-control groups or anyone else.

“I’m a Republican, and it’s pretty embarrassing,” he said. “I have a couple of conservative talk show hosts that I’ve spoken to that have my phone number, and they’ve texted me, saying stuff like they’re puppets for the left, and I’ve said that’s not true at all. I said just because it jibes with their beliefs, it doesn’t mean these kids are being used, but they keep saying and saying it. It’s embarrassing.”

Emma Gonzalez, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, at the rally in Washington, D.C. (Mike Stocker/Sun-Sentinel)
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/28/2018, 11:36 am

How Stoneman Douglas students organized gun-control rallies around the world

Very impressive for a bunch of high school students.
Oh .... wait ....


Jeff Foster, the Advanced Placement government teacher who has served as a mentor to the student activists, was backstage at the Washington rally and credited the adults with much of the professionalism of the event , from the quality of the videos to the logistics of the on-stage program.
"That was done by the adults in the room,” he said. “They had a roomful of very put-together people who were running behind the scenes. They did a rehearsal the night before. It wasn’t a school drama production, that’s for sure -- not that the drama productions aren’t awesome at our school. It was professionally run.”


So who is The Man Behind the Curtain in this charade?
It doesn't really matter, as this whole thing will be largely forgotten within a handful of news cycles.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/28/2018, 10:24 pm

happy jack wrote:
How Stoneman Douglas students organized gun-control rallies around the world

Very impressive for a bunch of high school students.
Oh .... wait ....


Jeff Foster, the Advanced Placement government teacher who has served as a mentor to the student activists, was backstage at the Washington rally and credited the adults with much of the professionalism of the event , from the quality of the videos to the logistics of the on-stage program.
"That was done by the adults in the room,” he said. “They had a roomful of very put-together people who were running behind the scenes. They did a rehearsal the night before. It wasn’t a school drama production, that’s for sure -- not that the drama productions aren’t awesome at our school. It was professionally run.”


So who is The Man Behind the Curtain in this charade?
It doesn't really matter, as this whole thing will be largely forgotten within a handful of news cycles.
HaHaHa Laughing Again with your idiotic predictions? You do realize that the school shooting happened 6 weeks ago on Feb 14th and the March For Our Lives movement shows no sign of slowing down.

Besides that, you have shown an uncanny ability in the past to be spectacularly wrong in your predictions. Let's
revisit a couple of them cyclops
Remember Presidential Candidate Herman Cain who got caught up in a sex scandal? Here's what you said...

happy jack wrote:
10/31 @ 1:38 pm: Incidentally, how many days (or hours) do you think it will take for your cute little Cain story to utterly disappear from the news?

10/31 @ 5:22 pm: This is such a non-story that only you (or someone equally ridiculous, if there even is such a person) will continue to harp on it.

11/01 @ 2:00 pm But what I am saying is that the accusations are pointless, unsubstantiated, and petty, and I will go out on a limb and predict that they will disappear within a news cycle or two.

Remind us who actually disappeared. Hint:His initials were HC Laughing
Then there was Chris Christie and Bridgegate...
http://nofree.forumotion.com/t18593p20-bridgeghazi-chris-christie-s-bridge-to-nowhere#51280

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And yet another 'scandal' that will be utterly forgotten come election time.
Tell me - has he put a dog on top of his car yet?

Thanks again for opening another keg of stupid for all of us to enjoy Very Happy
Got any predictions about your hero Trump vs Robert Mueller?

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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/29/2018, 10:21 am

Artie60438 wrote:
 Remind us who actually disappeared. Hint:His initials were HC Laughing
Then there was Chris Christie and Bridgegate...

That's what you come back with?
Laughing  Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

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George Zimmerman gains more than 100 pounds since fatally shooting Trayvon Martin
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Murder defendant George Zimmerman, accused of killing Florida teen Trayvon Martin last year, tips the scales at more than 300 pounds, undergoing a substantial weight gain since his April 2012 arrest.

The 29-year-old, facing a second-degree murder charge, has ballooned 110 pounds since the night he fatally shot the 17-year-old Martin, a spokesman for Zimmerman’s attorney told the Daily News.
It's never too early to start bulking up for prison. Very Happy

Artie60438 wrote:

Artie60438 wrote:
The fix was in from the start and another murderer of an unarmed black child goes free...

Got any other predictions?
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/29/2018, 3:15 pm

happy jack wrote:
Artie60438 wrote:
 Remind us who actually disappeared. Hint:His initials were HC Laughing
Then there was Chris Christie and Bridgegate...

That's what you come back with?
Laughing  Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

Artie60438 wrote:
George Zimmerman gains more than 100 pounds since fatally shooting Trayvon Martin
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Murder defendant George Zimmerman, accused of killing Florida teen Trayvon Martin last year, tips the scales at more than 300 pounds, undergoing a substantial weight gain since his April 2012 arrest.

The 29-year-old, facing a second-degree murder charge, has ballooned 110 pounds since the night he fatally shot the 17-year-old Martin, a spokesman for Zimmerman’s attorney told the Daily News.
It's never too early to start bulking up for prison. Very Happy


Artie60438 wrote:

Artie60438 wrote:
The fix was in from the start and another murderer of an unarmed black child goes free...

Got any other predictions?
Link please Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/29/2018, 3:50 pm

Artie60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
Artie60438 wrote:
 Remind us who actually disappeared. Hint:His initials were HC Laughing
Then there was Chris Christie and Bridgegate...

That's what you come back with?
Laughing  Laughing  Laughing  Laughing

Artie60438 wrote:
George Zimmerman gains more than 100 pounds since fatally shooting Trayvon Martin
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Murder defendant George Zimmerman, accused of killing Florida teen Trayvon Martin last year, tips the scales at more than 300 pounds, undergoing a substantial weight gain since his April 2012 arrest.

The 29-year-old, facing a second-degree murder charge, has ballooned 110 pounds since the night he fatally shot the 17-year-old Martin, a spokesman for Zimmerman’s attorney told the Daily News.
It's never too early to start bulking up for prison. Very Happy


Artie60438 wrote:

Artie60438 wrote:
The fix was in from the start and another murderer of an unarmed black child goes free...

Got any other predictions?
Link please Very Happy



http://nofree.forumotion.com/t18469p450-trayvon-martin-death-investigation

http://nofree.forumotion.com/t18615p100-fergusonmo
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/29/2018, 6:33 pm

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So who is The Man Behind the Curtain in this charade?
It doesn't really matter, as this whole thing will be largely forgotten within a handful of news cycles.
Laura Ingraham Loses 7 Sponsors After Parkland Survivor David Hogg Calls for Boycott
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At least seven major companies announced Thursday that they were pulling their sponsorship of Laura Ingraham’s Fox News program because of a Wednesday tweet by the anchor widely seen as mocking Parkland, Florida, school shooting survivor David Hogg.

Hulu, TripAdvisor, Wayfair, Nutrish, Expedia, Jos. A. Bank and Nestle bowed to public pressure to stop advertising on “The Ingraham Angle” after Hogg himself called for a boycott of her sponsors. (Expedia was not on Hogg’s initial target list of sponsors.)

The streaming TV service replied directly to Hogg’s call to action:

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Pick a number 1-12 contact the company next to that #

Top Laura Ingraham Advertisers
1. @sleepnumber
2. @ATT
3. Nutrish
4. @Allstate & @esurance
5. @Bayer
6. @RocketMortgage Mortgage
7. @LibertyMutual
8. @Arbys
9. @TripAdvisor
10. @Nestle
11. @hulu
12. @Wayfair

hulu
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We’d like to confirm that we are no longer advertising on Laura Ingraham’s show and are monitoring all of our ad placements carefully.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   3/31/2018, 11:09 am

happy jack wrote:
So who is The Man Behind the Curtain in this charade?
It doesn't really matter, as this whole thing will be largely forgotten within a handful of news cycles.
Laura Ingraham Announces Week Off Air As Advertisers Flee
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(Reuters) - Fox News show host Laura Ingraham announced on her show late Friday that she is taking next week off, after almost a dozen advertisers dropped her show after the conservative pundit mocked a teenage survivor of the Florida school massacre on Twitter.

Eleven companies so far have pulled their ads after a pushback by Parkland student David Hogg, 17, who called for a boycott of her advertisers.
I seem to remember BillO taking an unscheduled vacation Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   4/11/2018, 6:10 pm

http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2018/04/10/fox-sniper-scene-school/

Parents Upset Over TV Scene Of Sniper Shooting Near School

April 10, 2018 at 3:09 pm

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According to parents and school administrators, the scene involves a sniper shooting from a nearby residential building at a group of congressman who are playing basketball at the park.
The parents are upset, CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, because students at Immacuate Conception St. Joseph (ICSJ) school are in class during production. The school borders the park.
Jenner Elementary School and Walter Payton College Prep are also within about a block of the production.
With the recent school shooting at Stoneman Douglas high school in Florida, along with violent crime in the city, parents fear their children would be frightened by the scene. Some parents emailed the city, asking officials to stop production.
“These kids are subject to this violence on a daily basis in the news.” said parent Jennifer Kotecti. “Why do we have to come and see it simulated in a park where children play every day?”
On Facebook, one parent wrote, “I think it’s not only insensitive based on recent events at other schools, but also the crime/real shootings in our neighborhood.Another was outraged that the “City of Chicago would allow the filming of a TV show involving a sniper scene in the immediate vicinity of a school on a school day.”


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Someone should probably inform these idiots that this a TELEVISION SHOW - you know, one of those make-believe things that pops up from time to time on those mysterious screens in their living rooms.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   4/11/2018, 8:39 pm

Trump Worshiping Gun Nut Who Advocates For The Murder of SchoolChidren wrote:
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2018/04/10/fox-sniper-scene-school/

Parents Upset Over TV Scene Of Sniper Shooting Near School

April 10, 2018 at 3:09 pm

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According to parents and school administrators, the scene involves a sniper shooting from a nearby residential building at a group of congressman who are playing basketball at the park.
The parents are upset, CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, because students at Immacuate Conception St. Joseph (ICSJ) school are in class during production. The school borders the park.
Jenner Elementary School and Walter Payton College Prep are also within about a block of the production.
With the recent school shooting at Stoneman Douglas high school in Florida, along with violent crime in the city, parents fear their children would be frightened by the scene. Some parents emailed the city, asking officials to stop production.
“These kids are subject to this violence on a daily basis in the news.” said parent Jennifer Kotecti. “Why do we have to come and see it simulated in a park where children play every day?”
On Facebook, one parent wrote, “I think it’s not only insensitive based on recent events at other schools, but also the crime/real shootings in our neighborhood.Another was outraged that the “City of Chicago would allow the filming of a TV show involving a sniper scene in the immediate vicinity of a school on a school day.”


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Someone should probably inform these idiots that this a TELEVISION SHOW - you know, one of those make-believe things that pops up from time to time on those mysterious screens in their living rooms.
The idiot is you! The students there range from pre-kindergarten to 8th grade. The parents have every right to be upset.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   4/11/2018, 8:43 pm

Extremely Stupid Trump Worshiper wrote:


So who is The Man Behind the Curtain in this charade?
It doesn't really matter, as this whole thing will be largely forgotten within a handful of news cycles.
IBM stops advertising on Laura Ingraham's show
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More than 20 companies have pulled their ads from Ingraham’s show since she mocked Parkland, Fla., high school shooting survivor David Hogg last month for being rejected by some colleges.

Hogg began targeting her advertisers after her tweet.

Ingraham later apologized and invited Hogg to appear again on her show. However, the student rejected the apology, saying that Ingraham had only offered it because she was starting to lose advertisers.

Ingraham took a planned weeklong vacation last week as advertisers dropped her show.

She marked her return to the network on Monday by attacking "Stalinist" efforts by liberal activists to "intimidate those who disagree with them."

SlimFast and Blue Apron pulled their ads on Tuesday, after Ingraham’s return.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   4/12/2018, 4:09 am

Artchel 60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2018/04/10/fox-sniper-scene-school/

Parents Upset Over TV Scene Of Sniper Shooting Near School

April 10, 2018 at 3:09 pm

.........

According to parents and school administrators, the scene involves a sniper shooting from a nearby residential building at a group of congressman who are playing basketball at the park.
The parents are upset, CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, because students at Immacuate Conception St. Joseph (ICSJ) school are in class during production. The school borders the park.
Jenner Elementary School and Walter Payton College Prep are also within about a block of the production.
With the recent school shooting at Stoneman Douglas high school in Florida, along with violent crime in the city, parents fear their children would be frightened by the scene. Some parents emailed the city, asking officials to stop production.
“These kids are subject to this violence on a daily basis in the news.” said parent Jennifer Kotecti. “Why do we have to come and see it simulated in a park where children play every day?”
On Facebook, one parent wrote, “I think it’s not only insensitive based on recent events at other schools, but also the crime/real shootings in our neighborhood.Another was outraged that the “City of Chicago would allow the filming of a TV show involving a sniper scene in the immediate vicinity of a school on a school day.”


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Someone should probably inform these idiots that this a TELEVISION SHOW - you know, one of those make-believe things that pops up from time to time on those mysterious screens in their living rooms.
The idiot is you! The students there range from pre-kindergarten to 8th grade. The parents have every right to be upset.

If these children are normal, unlike you, they would probably consider it pretty cool to see an action flick being filmed.
And if, unlike you, these kids aren't incredibly dense, they would understand that it is make-believe.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   4/12/2018, 6:48 pm

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Artchel 60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2018/04/10/fox-sniper-scene-school/

Parents Upset Over TV Scene Of Sniper Shooting Near School

April 10, 2018 at 3:09 pm

.........

According to parents and school administrators, the scene involves a sniper shooting from a nearby residential building at a group of congressman who are playing basketball at the park.
The parents are upset, CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, because students at Immacuate Conception St. Joseph (ICSJ) school are in class during production. The school borders the park.
Jenner Elementary School and Walter Payton College Prep are also within about a block of the production.
With the recent school shooting at Stoneman Douglas high school in Florida, along with violent crime in the city, parents fear their children would be frightened by the scene. Some parents emailed the city, asking officials to stop production.
“These kids are subject to this violence on a daily basis in the news.” said parent Jennifer Kotecti. “Why do we have to come and see it simulated in a park where children play every day?”
On Facebook, one parent wrote, “I think it’s not only insensitive based on recent events at other schools, but also the crime/real shootings in our neighborhood.Another was outraged that the “City of Chicago would allow the filming of a TV show involving a sniper scene in the immediate vicinity of a school on a school day.”


.........

Someone should probably inform these idiots that this a TELEVISION SHOW - you know, one of those make-believe things that pops up from time to time on those mysterious screens in their living rooms.
The idiot is you! The students there range from pre-kindergarten to 8th grade. The parents have every right to be upset.

If these children are normal, unlike you, they would probably consider it pretty cool to see an action flick being filmed.
And if, unlike you, these kids aren't incredibly dense, they would understand that it is make-believe.
the scene involves a sniper shooting from a nearby residential building at a group of congressman who are
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What a loser as a parent you must have been.Are your kids,if you actually have any,as fucked up as you?
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   4/12/2018, 6:51 pm

Artie60438 wrote:
Extremely Stupid Trump Worshiper wrote:


So who is The Man Behind the Curtain in this charade?
It doesn't really matter, as this whole thing will be largely forgotten within a handful of news cycles.
IBM stops advertising on Laura Ingraham's show
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More than 20 companies have pulled their ads from Ingraham’s show since she mocked Parkland, Fla., high school shooting survivor David Hogg last month for being rejected by some colleges.

Hogg began targeting her advertisers after her tweet.

Ingraham later apologized and invited Hogg to appear again on her show. However, the student rejected the apology, saying that Ingraham had only offered it because she was starting to lose advertisers.

Ingraham took a planned weeklong vacation last week as advertisers dropped her show.

She marked her return to the network on Monday by attacking "Stalinist" efforts by liberal activists to "intimidate those who disagree with them."

SlimFast and Blue Apron pulled their ads on Tuesday, after Ingraham’s return.
Red Lobster Puts Pinch on Laura Ingraham, Pulls Out as Advertiser Seafood restaurant chain becomes at least 26th company to drop “The Ingraham Angle”
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Control   4/12/2018, 8:33 pm

Artchel 60438 wrote:
What a loser as a parent you must have been.Are your kids,if you actually have any,as fucked up as you?

My kids, unlike you, do not curl up, collapse into a ball of jelly, and weep whenever they might happen to catch a glimpse of a pretend gun.
What is wrong with you?
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