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The Ferguson Days of Rage

jazzmanJim Wrote: Nov 19, 2014 3:48 PM
Joe296 Wrote:7 hours ago (7:59 AM) To me the Ferguson situation is a test of the leadership of President Obama and Attorney General Holder. Will they step forward and defend the American legal system or will they stay in the background and allow the thug mentality to take over? =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Is this satire? Leadership? From this president? Really?
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The Ferguson Days of Rage

jazzmanJim Wrote: Nov 19, 2014 3:45 PM
Actually most residents of Ferguson are not the problem. The majority of the **protesters** are professional race-baiters from outside the St Louis area. Shapiro is correct - there will be riots no matter which way the grand jury rules.
traitorbill Wrote:46 mins ago (12:51 PM) Is Pelosi senile, or a liar? =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= YES!!
Which will not happen until after the 2016 elections. There are not the votes to overturn the expected Obama veto. This idea is sound politics. I don't **like** it but we need to realize that with the current division of power in DC this is the best we can hope for.
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Are New Ferguson Riots Inevitable?

jazzmanJim Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 1:31 PM
Lance101 Wrote:54 mins ago (12:32 PM) Ferguson is a lost cause. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Actually it's not. That's how the media and the professional race hustlers want to portray it. It's home to several Fortune 500 companies (Emerson Electric, Express Scripts) and the University Missouri-St Louis. Ferguson it solidly middle-class and racially integrated. The majority of the problem are/were caused by race hustlers from outside Ferguson (and the St Louis area). The people I know in the Ferguson area are (for the most part) decent and hard-working.
Um, Michael. If you are talking 'bout a map maybe it should be posted as part of your article. The photo of Bruce Rauner (gov-elect of Illinois) is nice but doesn't further the discussion.
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Are New Ferguson Riots Inevitable?

jazzmanJim Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 10:42 AM
The large majority of "protesters" are not aggrieved residents of Ferguson. Instead they are from outside of Ferguson and the St Louis area. They are using this as an excuse for general lawlessness - it has nothing to do with "justice" for Brown. I live in the St Louis area (~20 miles from Ferguson). My employer (I work in mid-town and live in far west county) has already posted informational messages when/if the grand jury decision is handed down. I'll be working from home for several days with my laptop, guns and dogs. Not that I expect anything where I live but if protesters shut down 64 or 44 (my routes to work) I will be ready.
Needfulthings Wrote:21 hours ago (5:20 PM) "A Massive, Humiliating And Awesome Rejection Of The Liberals' I don't think so ! remember only 37% of the people vote =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= So, of the 63% who didn't vote they would have gone for the Dems? Really? What's in that pipe you're smoking?
Dyadd Wrote:22 hours ago (2:55 PM) Does the Post-Dispatch still lose money? Who subsidizes the paper? =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= The PD is my LLR (Local Liberal Rag). I stopped my subscription several years ago. We do buy the Sunday paper for everything except the news & editorials. I send a note when I stopped my subscription talking about their very liberal bias. They still call my every couple of months asking me to renew (we'll give you a great deal). When I ask the caller if they will moderate the editorial perspective it's usually "huh". In St Louis (at least West County) I read the free west county journal. They have a Dr Sowell column every week - balm to an overreaching liberal bias of the PD.
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The Rise of the Islamic State

jazzmanJim Wrote: Nov 07, 2014 12:43 PM
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EMcF Wrote:7 mins ago (10:47 AM) Why is an appropriations bill "the only thing Republicans can do?" When the President violates the law and exceeds his authority, as he has done time and time and time again, impeachment is not only acceptable. It is necessary. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Not going to happen. The house could pass articles of impeachment. It would take 67 votes in the senate to remove from office. As much as I would like to see this happen it would distract from what the new congress needs to do.
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