jjmez's comment history

jjmez said...

zableedofisterix said... How is believing that homosexual acts are not normal a phobia?

Because those acts are neither homosexual than they are heterosexual. As many heterosexual engage in those type acts too. Even christian rightwingers.

But will you be so kind as to explain to everyone your obsession with what others engage in the privacy of their own lives? You appear to have some kind of perverted hidden desires you're either too afraid to act upon or you have already but kept'em in the closet.

March 2, 2014 at 9 a.m.
jjmez said...

TOES02800 said... Palin on Ukraine: I told you so

Yeah! Like the firestarter said about the building that burned down? "I told you so! That building was going to catch fire and burn." hmmmmmmmmmmm! When you go into countries lighting fires the expected outcome will be countries catching fire. That's not a prediction. It was planned that way.

March 1, 2014 at 7:19 p.m.
jjmez said...

ibshame said: Instead, the study found that castle doctrine increases total homicides, including murder and non-negligent homicide, by 7 to 9 percent, making a much larger 500 to 700 additional deaths per year."

And not to mention the accidental shootings, murder suicides and children picking up guns left unattended and either killing themselves, a sibling or some playmate. The other problem is, over time people tend to treat their guns like they do their car keys. They become forgetful and just lay their gun around anywhere for anyone, even a toddler, to come along and pick it up. Children accidentatally killing children. Parents accidentatally killing children, their own spouses mistaken for burglars. Most all those accidental killings took place in homes or inside vehicles of legal gun owners.

February 19, 2014 at 5:41 p.m.
jjmez said...

alprova said... jjmez wrote: "One things for sure, Martin was a helluva lot more innocent than that medicated, drunken, felon assailant who murdered him." Did you catch his CNN interview? He just fired up the assassins all over again. The man deserves a bullet through his enlarged, useless heart

Yes, I saw that interview, Alprova. He has the look of insanity about his eyes. He's also traveling the circuit on Latino TV giving interviews claiming he was the victim, and blaming everyone on up to and including President Obama for everything. The funny thing is, before he never had much of anything to do with the Latino community. He considered himself white and it was the cop on the scene who also originally marked "white" as the person who shot and killed Martin.

So now, Zimmerman is pulling out the Latino card to gain sympathy and support from the Latina community. interesting.

He said to also have a wealthy rightwing benefactor who allege to also be a powerful politician out of Texas that's been secretly keeping him afloat. Me thinks it's this rightwingnutjob conservative poltiician that's pushing these interviews on these Latino talk shows. The poltician is gearing up to gain control get as many Latino on the GOP board as possible by using Zimmerman's ethnicity, although until the Martin killing he never really identified with the Latino community according to many.

February 19, 2014 at 2:42 p.m.
jjmez said...

Jt6gR3hM said... But ... but ... but ... Trayvon Martin ... He was just an innocent child shot down by a racist white man.

One things for sure, Martin was a helluva lot more innocent than that medicated, drunken, felon assailant who murdered him.

February 19, 2014 at 10:01 a.m.
jjmez said...

No, all that anger, hatred, depraved lunacy came from rightwing conservatives, using the Christian God and religion as a prop. Obviously they have no fear of the wrath of the Christian God, neither do they have any respect for religion, the Christian God or even themselves. You know the God they claim knows all and sees all. Attempts to say otherwise only makes the new message the right claims they want to convey appear shallow, insincere and devious.

February 19, 2014 at 9:58 a.m.
jjmez said...

Anything to provide cover for one's true character?

February 18, 2014 at 10:38 p.m.
jjmez said...

when did you start to care about children being murdered, aae? How is any of that Mayor's Berke's fault? Those shootings and killings have been going on long before Berke was elected. When someone is shot at a rental home, trailer or apartment in Hixson, Harrison, Soddy Daisy,Ooltewah do you blame the landlord or the person who fired the shot? Your fake love for a people you could care less about is nauseating.

February 18, 2014 at 9:52 p.m.
jjmez said...

jesse said... JJMEZ acts like the fact that Joe the plumber took a job in a union shop gave him a boner!!JJ strikes me as someone who prob has a job at the zoo pikin the peanut hulls outta elephant sh!t!!

Nope! I never held such a position or even heard of one. How-EVAH, since you know so much about pikin peanut hulls outta elephants sh!t, maybe that's been your only and primary job? hmmmhmmmm ;) Plus old boy, Joe, sent he went so viciously on the attack could have moved one of those anti-union red states. For sure, y'all would have welcomed him with open arms.

fairmon, I've worked at both Union and non-Union jobs. Everyone, union and non-union, basically gets along until upper company management gets their marching orders to stir up division.

Do people realize when American companies move to other countries and the workers in those countries attempt to form unions they're met with violence from anti-union hired thugs by the company to keep unions out? Some have been murdered. The workers' families have been known to be threatened too and fall victim.

February 18, 2014 at 9:47 p.m.
jjmez said...

After all the depraved and hateful things the GOP said about blacks and other minority groups they'll have to do much more than just reach out to be convincing. They could start with an apology to those groups, but don't end there. They need to also explain how they allowed themselves to stoop so low and act so childish and immature.

February 18, 2014 at 6:01 p.m.

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