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chad77 said...

Black people in Europe don't act or behave like black people in the USA. So clearly it is a cultural and lack of education problem. Get the chip off your shoulder, start caring about your community/family and help yourselves to an education. The inner city schools have more tax money per student and resources thrown at them then the suburban schools. Suburban schools have a lot due to their community providing for them. Stop blaming teachers for your failed society! I am sure some will say this is racist and it is not. I am just sick of the poor, poor me and it is everybody else fault attitude.

August 9, 2011 at 10:38 a.m.
chad77 said...

@alohaboy: We will just let the death row inmates stay at your house since you love them so much. Was the guy not guilty or let go on a technicality like usual. You said “We have moved on in punishment” I say “We have degraded in punishment not only in our prisons but also at home. If we keep going down this liberal path we are sure to become an anarchist land.

April 25, 2011 at 5:05 p.m.
chad77 said...

@alohaboy: Jews have been known to stone a few people. It is not just a muslim thing. Just like hanging was not only done to black folk, many others have died from a noose. I would like the guillotine to come back into vogue. The convicted murder gets more rights and a humane treatment then their victims. It is a Christian country; so let the convict have a short chance to be witnessed too, pray that he asks Jesus to forgive him, and then off with his head!

April 25, 2011 at 3:20 p.m.
chad77 said...

Stones can be legally obtained right here locally.... Let’s just go back to public stoning! I promise it will lower crime rate! Cruel and unusual? Not as cruel and unusual as murdering someone on purpose, these convicted murders did not kill by accident they did it with forethought and had intent.

April 25, 2011 at 9:13 a.m.
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