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It seems to me that the "blacks are incapable of committing any crime" meme goes back to OJ Simpson. 'Course then we have El Presidente deciding what laws apply to him and his friends. Why should the thug in the street see things any differently? End result: cop with gun, 1.........thug, 0. The way it should be.
Sure would be refreshing to see a candidate who is willing to put himself out there without "handlers"......with a set of core principles that he sticks to day in and day out.....who is then able to communicate his positions and priciples to the voters. Is Dr, Carson that person? I don't know him well enough to decide yet, but I'd sure be happy to give him a chance!
I need to defend Mr. Chapman's right to his opinions and his ability to express them here. I would suggest that anyone who just wants an echo chamber might turn liberal & move to DC (or Madison, WI, or Berkley). I would also point out that finding contraband "only" one in four (24%) or one in five (18%) is really pretty good odds.....wish my chances were that good choosing lottery numbers. Anyway, I thank Mr. Chapman and his commenters for getting my blood pressure out of "sleep mode" this morning. Back to drinking spiked orange juice & watching the turkey roast. Happy Thanksgiving!
Thinkin' anyone with a black flag ought to be target #1 for the SWAT Team snipers on the rooftops. Probably have the added benefit of bringing the riot to a fast conclusion as well. Guess ISIS & the other miscreants are lucky I'm not in charge.
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Playing with Constitutional Fire

cottontail Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 7:37 AM
Sooo.......Judge Napolitano, do we offically have a king now or not? Will DOJ prosecute employers under EEOC if they refuse to hire these people?
Video........the curse of all of these liars. If they are as smart as they think they are, WHY do they always forget it's there?
I've had he feeling for some time that he is bluffing. Thinkin' GOP congressional leaders ought to simply challenge him to give his proposed action to Pelosi or someone in the form of a bill they will allow to be introduced and promise to allow full debate, amendments and then a vote on it. Congressional representatives can follow the input they get from their constituents.
It's important to separate a committment to improving air pollution from the global warming hoax. When residents of a large city in China are pictured going about their daily lives in face masks and the air is foggy with particulates, that is a problem. If China takes steps to deal with that problem, it's a good thing. If at the same time China can score some brownie points by telling our naive administration and the eco-nuts they are addressing "global warming", I don't see that as anything but good public relations.
For the next demonstration, let's try an RPG!
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The Oil Weapon in America's Hands

cottontail Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 9:51 AM
Private sector oil producers have found product on private lands and are putting it into the world oil supply. The result is that worldwide oil prices are coming down. That's a good thing. Mr. Buchanan, a good conservative, seems to be wringing his hands because it has not been government policy that has driven this good result. He seems to fear that prices may fall too far, for one thing. I contend that when the costs of production exceed the bid price for the oil, with what the sellers deem to be a reasonable profit, the supply will decrease and the price will stabilize. Let's apply this same analysis to ethanol. The government first supported the price and now through edict is supporting demand. The result is a huge expansion of corn production. Good if you're an ethanol plant owner or a corn farmer or a corn belt trucking company or an implement manufacturer, but since it's been a political decision, it certainly isn't one I'd stake my long term livelihood on. One small change in the political winds and Midwest farmers could be staring at thousands of acres of corn that isn't worth the cost of harvesting it. You may agree or disagree, but that's my explanation and I'm stickin' to it!
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The Oil Weapon in America's Hands

cottontail Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 7:42 AM
The free market is working! Why are conservatives arguing over the best means of getting in the way, instead of just letting it work?
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