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Paramount Bans "Team America" Showings

GunnerV1 Wrote: Dec 18, 2014 8:41 PM
Not trying to insult, but just a "Snappy Comeback" --'Common Core Math'.
In response to:

Paramount Bans "Team America" Showings

GunnerV1 Wrote: Dec 18, 2014 8:33 PM
Well Flock you too Hans Blix!
I would never support ANY Union, Their all Crooks, Esp. the Teamsters.
Trey Gowdy was a Federal Prosecutor for 18 years (NEVER lost a case) before being elected to represent South Carolina's Northern District in the House. Just give him time, Don't forget, he's fighting the White House for any and everything. The Wheels of Justice Turn slowly but they always turn.
Bring It, Motherfu*ker! Now I have to see the Movie!
PA needs to become a "Right-to-Work" state, then the Unions would shrivel up and blow away.
True, he did NOT die from a "Choke-hold". That maneuver requires that the left arm be hooked around the neck as tight as possible, with forearm bearing pressure on the throat just under the jaw, then with the left hand grasp the right upper arm at the elbow and draw the right arm back. There are four separate cellphone videos at different angles that show the "choke-hold" was NOT employed. Mr. Garner died of other causes. The maneuver that was employed was to get the person off balance, especially when used by a smaller person (as noted in the videos as to the size comparisons). You can't "talk" if you can't breathe, Mr. Garner was using his voice to communicate, therefore he COULD breathe (as noted by the Grand Jury).
My Jaw dropped, I gasped, then I regained my composure and giggled "I just wish this was true". I loved it!
Trey Gowdy, 18 years as a "Federal Prosecutor", NEVER lost a case.
Of course, the story of "The Little Boy who Cried Wolf" means nothing to them, so when something actually does happen...
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