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Should Profiling Be Banned?

Rich656 Wrote: Dec 17, 2014 8:35 AM
The irony with Obozo issuing new rules on profiling, being directly related to Ferguson, MO and Eric Garner in NY, is that neither incident had anything to do with profiling. But the history of this president is nothing if it's not about creating solutions that have nothing to do with the problem they're intended to fix.
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Should Profiling Be Banned?

Rich656 Wrote: Dec 17, 2014 8:22 AM
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When you believe in nothing bloft, you'll believe anything your told. And obviously you do. I don't accept the premise that advanced interrogation techniques are torture. Real torture is what the North Vietnamese inflicted on American POWs like John McCain. Scarring information out of a prisoner with water boarding, or weakening their resistance and resolve with sleep deprivation, is not torture. If anyone in this country is "close to being mad(as in insane)" it's libs like you, who equate causing physical and emotional discomfort or fear in ones enemy to gather information as torture; For no other reason than to damage your political opponents and justify your loathing for your own country.
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Is Law Optional?

Rich656 Wrote: Dec 09, 2014 8:06 AM
They didn't learn anything from the Duke Lacrosse Team false rape allegations.
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Yankee Go Home

Rich656 Wrote: Nov 23, 2014 10:28 AM
Finally, some relatively current content. At least from this month that is.
"Gruber has given six different speeches rambling at length about how Obamacare was intended to deceive "stupid" voters." No, Obolacare wasn't intended "to deceive "stupid" voters", it was about lying about a bill that a majority of voters didn't support. Remember; you can keep your doctor, you can keep your insurance, etc.? Even then it didn't have majority support. Remember Nazi Pelousy? "We have to pass the bill to know what's in it". If that were the case then why didn't One republican vote for Obolacare? Because they already knew what was in it, before it passed! Fact of the matter is, this isn't about "stupid voters", it's about lying to voters. It's about willfully misleading American voters, claiming you have their support(when you don't), then calling them "stupid" for Not supporting you. My question; when will the demoniCrat party go extinct?
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Obama Giveth, Obama Gets Crushed

Rich656 Wrote: Nov 09, 2014 6:26 AM
Aw come on John, after a stunning republican election victory early this week, the best you can do is dig into the 2013 archives and republish old stuff. You use to be the Sunday morning "go to guy" for biting political commentary, now your the go to yesterday's news guy.
Actually I'm surprised Wisconsin is considered a Blue state anymore. Walker elected to a second term, winning the recall election, And the legislature controlled by republicans, sounds like the state has turned Red. I must say too, Walker's victory is probably the biggest under reported election win for republicans this cycle. Consider the constant, ongoing illegal investigation by the Milwaukee county DA of his supposed illegal coordination with advocacy groups during his recall election, which was supposed to cripple his reelection chances.
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The Clintons Had a Terrible Election Week

Rich656 Wrote: Nov 07, 2014 3:14 PM
It's actually worse than those above numbers. Hillary made 24 total campaign appearances since September in 18 different states; 11 Blue, and 7 Red. Of her Blue State campaigning she lost 7 of the 17 races she supported for Senator, Representative and Governor. None of the Red State candidates she supported won. Bill made 32 total campaign appearances in since April in 21 different states; 13 Blue, 8 Red. Of his Blue State campaigning he lost 8 of the 19 races he supported for Senator, Representative and Governor. He did win 2 races in Red States. Mitt Romney made a total of 32 campaign appearances this year in 21 different states: 14 Red, 6 Blue. Of his Red State campaigning he won 18 of the 19 races he supported. And lost 4 of the 8 Blue State republican candidates he supported. Romney did much better than Hillary and Bill.
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The Clintons Had a Terrible Election Week

Rich656 Wrote: Nov 07, 2014 8:45 AM
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