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GaussianInteger said...

You haven't been able to produce a "racist" example yet. I have debunked your one claim in the other thread.

http://timesfreepress.com/news/2014/sep/27/pams-points-new-stringers-ridge-fun-and-salute-eri/?opiniontimes#c285421

And there is little originality when it comes to right-wing entertainment. They find one thing to piss them off and they talk about it until they are sure no one gives a sh!t any longer. Benghazi, IRS, Coffee Salute, etc. So I apologize for saying that you listen to Limbaugh.

September 30, 2014 at 10:47 a.m.
GaussianInteger said...

That is not necessarily true. Many witnesses to the "intimidation" came forward and said the charges were exaggerated.

And again, he was responding to Bull. I don't know where you are getting the whole "voter intimidation was OK because of what happened in the past to blacks". Holder never said the Black Panther incident was "OK". He was irritated by Bull's claim that the alleged "intimidation" was worse than the intimidation from the 1960's in which blacks were harassed, threatened, beaten, and killed. I would also suspect that he was upset that it was insinuated that the DOJ would allow alleged intimidation to occur because it was blacks committing it. Reading comprehension is not a strong suit for you, correct?

"His people" are obviously African Americans.

September 30, 2014 at 10:38 a.m.
GaussianInteger said...

"When asked about it in a congressional hearing on why he didn't prosecute he said, “When you compare what people endured in the South in the ‘60s to try to get the right to vote for African-Americans, to compare what people subjected to that with what happened in Philadelphia … to describe it in those terms I think does a great disservice to people who put their lives on the line for my people,”"

Dishonesty from Timbo. While Holder did make that quote, it was not in response to why the Justice Dept. didn't prosecute. It was in response to Bartle Bull's claim that the alleged case of voter intimidation was worse then intimidation in the 1960's.

Now are you going to continue to post quotes out of context or are you going to honestly answer the question? Talking about someone else's "credibility", maybe you should look at your own.

September 30, 2014 at 9:49 a.m.
GaussianInteger said...

I don't have much of an opinion of Holder being a great or terrible AG. I would consider him about middle of the pack. But some people consider JFK a great president, others a terrible president. Same for Bush, Clinton, Reagan, etc. Who's right or who's wrong? Most of the time, it's the political party that determines who is good/bad. Hacks like Timbo, Fister, etc. won't look at his body of work. They will simply follow what Limbaugh or Weiner think of his tenure. Since he was an Obama appointee, he has to be awful. Partisanship at its finest.

September 30, 2014 at 9:35 a.m.
GaussianInteger said...

ConMan just goes to church and professes to be a Christian simply to avoid going to hell. It's obvious in everything he posts. He damns all of us "nonbelievers" to hell, as if the fear of hell should make everyone become just like him. Not the life I want to live. And besides, the only people I hear preaching that type of rhetoric are your "Hell, Fire, and Brimstone" type preachers. In about 50 years, society will wonder what the hell were those guys thinking. But guys like ConMan think they have seen the light because he drops a couple of bucks in the plate and he speaks in tongues. I consider it lunacy, others call it salvation.

September 29, 2014 at 8:43 p.m.
GaussianInteger said...

"The first air-drops should occur in America over the FundyNutZs-land."

Hell, a lot of them have a hard time reading.

September 28, 2014 at 9:10 a.m.
GaussianInteger said...

As far as the cartoon is concerned, we are now bombing the guys Republicans wanted to help out last year. Yet, they all line up to criticize Obama's foreign policy.

September 27, 2014 at 8:58 a.m.
GaussianInteger said...

"Conservative good points. I have been engaging my gay marriage loving liberal friends that like to ignore Biblical teachings"

Not that I believe that you have even twenty dollars in your bank account, let's see how the bible addresses how you always boast about your "immense wealth".

Matthew 19:21 "Jesus told him, If you want to be perfect, go sell everything you own, and give the money to the poor, and then you will have treasure in heaven"

Matthew 19:24 "And I tell you one more time, A camel will have a better chance of passing through an eye of a needle, than a rich man will have to get into God’s kingdom"

But you, like ConMan, only like to read the parts about homosexuality. Maybe you two can jump in your imaginary Leer jet, fly out to San Francisco, and visit a real "Gay Bathhouse". That is, after your shift at Taco Bell ends today.

September 27, 2014 at 8:43 a.m.
GaussianInteger said...

To believe you were created just to pass a test to see whether you spend "eternity" in heaven or hell is only something that man could invent. I get religion. I mean I can see it's hard to sit and think that your finite time on Earth is all you have. That when you die, you simply no longer exist (like a bug you step on). But this crap that ConMan (and other people that believe in a punishing God) continuously tries to shove down your throat, makes me want to vomit.

September 26, 2014 at 3:35 p.m.
GaussianInteger said...

No reason for a police officer to strike a person, closed fist, in the face when trying to restrain someone. I agree with Fairmon, I don't think RB has been managed well the past several years. They initially blamed it on the traffic cameras, but they have been gone for a couple of years. I think if RB put forth a bit of effort, it could become quite appealing to younger professionals that want to live close to downtown.

September 26, 2014 at 8:13 a.m.
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