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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Exactly, so why would anyone care about what the President or the idiot Sharpton has to say about it?
    You talking about the Trayvon Martin case?

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    Millburn borders some scumbag areas, scumbags have been hitting all the areas around here.

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    That's awful. It's one thing to hear a slap on a video, but to hear those punches? He was lacing into her hard. Glad it didn't escalate much further, hopefully this animal gets caught quickly and is subsequently introduced to some hard objects upon his arrest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Exactly, so why would anyone care about what the President or the idiot Sharpton has to say about it?
    Because the President has stuck his foot in his mouth before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MnJetFan View Post
    Because the President has stuck his foot in his mouth before.
    Hey hey hey, hold on now. The president chimes in on important issues like some sh:t-stirring professor being properly asked to show his ID to campus police who are actually trying to protect that professor's home. That's far more important than some defenseless petite white woman being mercilessly beaten to a pulp in her own living room inches away from her 3-year old daughter by a hulking black hoodrat POS thug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakin318 View Post
    Hey hey hey, hold on now. The president chimes in on important issues like some sh:t-stirring professor being properly asked to show his ID to campus police who are actually trying to protect that professor's home. That's far more important than some defenseless petite white woman being mercilessly beaten to a pulp in her own living room inches away from her 3-year old daughter by a hulking black hoodrat POS thug.
    Did the President hold press conferences about those two topics? No.
    He was asked and he answered the questions. Wow.

    If the press asks the President question about this awful crime, I guess you would be upset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Did the President hold press conferences about those two topics? No.
    He was asked and he answered the questions. Wow.

    If the press asks the President question about this awful crime, I guess you would be upset?
    He held a "beer summit" at the white house about it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakin318 View Post
    Nanny cam shows intruder beating New Jersey woman

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/n...amera/2458129/
    I'm guessing if they catch him he will be charged by the police. I'm doubting he isn't going to be released on a claim of self defense.

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    Where's the outrage? Where's Sharpton? Obama?

    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Did the President hold press conferences about those two topics? No.
    He was asked and he answered the questions. Wow.

    If the press asks the President question about this awful crime, I guess you would be upset?
    That would be fine and dandy but this is a President that loves to use "ongoing investigation" excuse to not comment on certain things. He could have easily and rightfully done that in this case. Especially in a case as emotionally and racially (wrongfully) charged as the Zimmerman trial. His comment was a dog whistle for the ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    That would be fine and dandy but this is a President that loves to use "ongoing investigation" excuse to not comment on certain things. He could have easily and rightfully done that in this case. Especially in a case as emotionally and racially (wrongfully) charged as the Zimmerman trial. His comment was a dog whistle for the ages.
    Dog whistle for the ages? Tea Party anyone??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Truth hurts?
    The police acted stupidly. Remember that? Trayvon could be my son? another good one!

    But lets not drag Obama and race into THIS particular incident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Dog whistle for the ages? Tea Party anyone??????
    Contrarian lib blather, anyone? You dont even believe the nonsense you spout; You cant.

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    I'm not the one clamoring for the President's involvement.


    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    The police acted stupidly. Remember that? Trayvon could be my son? another good one!

    But lets not drag Obama and race into THIS particular incident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    I'm not the one clamoring for the President's involvement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
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    That video made me sick. The way the animal was beating that woman was hard to look at. I just think it's irresponsible parenting to leave your home unprotected. As a parent and father the primary responsibility is to provide for and protect your family. Not sure it would have helped in this instance as that person appears our of nowhere. Perhaps a door was unlocked?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post


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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Did the President hold press conferences about those two topics? No.
    He was asked and he answered the questions. Wow.

    If the press asks the President question about this awful crime, I guess you would be upset?
    He weighed in on Trayvon, Skip Gates, and Sandra Fluke. He's a phuking moron who eats his words when off TelePrompTer.

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    Claymore mines could've prevented this.

    Wish the president would stand up to the anti-Claymore mine lobby. Maybe one day, people will start to understand the importance of strategic home defense.

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