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Be An Uncle Tom for Life

Clyde922 Wrote: Nov 04, 2014 8:08 PM
Zimmerman lived in the complex. Trayvon was away from Zimmerman and there is no way pudgy George could catch Trayvon. Why did Trayvon come back to confront Zimmerman. The physical evidence demonstrates that Zimmerman was attacked by Trayvon. Eye witness testimony is that Trayvon had Zimmerman pinned to the ground and either beating him or ready to beat him -- into submission, unconscious, or to death? Trayvon was 6 inches taller than Zimmerman. Pinned to the ground and being beaten by a bigger, younger athletic male it is not unreasonable to believe that Zimmerman feared for his life.
The politician, either party, that truly cares about military personnel or veterans is rare. That is from the view of 30 years active duty and 25 years retired military.
Military members are still U.S. citizens, but then this does indicate Hayes' opinion of military members.
Has Hayes forgotten that the healthcare workers, such as Emory, wear hazmat suits when treating the Ebola patients?
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Be An Uncle Tom for Life

Clyde922 Wrote: Oct 31, 2014 8:40 PM
Trayvon knocked Zimmerman down, had him pinned to the ground in a position to beat him to death either by punches or bouncing his head off the concrete. This was not a fight - it was a beat-down by Trayvon and he was attacking Zimmerman not defending himself. Zimmerman is pinned to the ground and is basically defenseless except for his gun. Again, is he supposed to lay there and get beat to death?
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King Obama Secures His Legacy

Clyde922 Wrote: Oct 31, 2014 8:16 PM
As of 5:16 Pacific Time, the article is not available.
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Be An Uncle Tom for Life

Clyde922 Wrote: Oct 31, 2014 3:57 PM
(2) The fatal confrontation was started by Trayvon Martin when he knocked Zimmerman down, pinned him to the ground and started beating Zimmerman. Is Zimmerman supposed to just lay there and take a beating and hope he isn't beat to death? (3) physical evidence, i.e. Brown's blood inside the police car tends to support the police story.
Does he also condemn the books written about George W. Bush, while "W" was still president?
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Why I Oppose Liberalism

Clyde922 Wrote: Oct 11, 2014 1:10 PM
The people Hawkins is talking about are not legitimate liberals, they are extremists. A true liberal may argue for their point but they do not force their beliefs on others. A true liberal believes in equal opportunity and rights for everyone, not a select few. A true liberal believes in helping people in need, not in welfare as a way of life. For whatever it is worth this is the opinion of this John Kennedy/Harry Truman Democrat.
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