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Old 08-05-2011, 07:29 PM   #11
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They look like ass-wipes that need to serve life in the big house, with bubba as cell mate

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Didn't look like it. Towards the end of the shooting, you can see the guy with the rifle 'pushing' in anticipation of recoil, it looks very much like a semi-auto.
Was it an AK-type with a short mag or what? I can't tell.
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String up the shooters in a big oak tree and stick that bitch in jail for life. It's people like this that give gun enthusiusts a bad name and are ruining America. That was completely uncalled for and the world would be a better place without them tainting it. Asshats.

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I think the Philly incident is just a precursor of things to come as the economy goes in the dumpster. The "brotherhood" doesn't need an excuse, but a deep recession gives them one that fits their president's agenda.

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Hate to think it, hate worse to state it, but I believe we're seeing the opening salvos of what many will declare a race war. But its not so much a "race war" as it is a caste war because in many circumstances its victims are of every race. But its "cause" is clear.

Its a war started by the Obama Administration with its well-publicized condemnation of a white street cop doing his job "by the book" in Cambridge, MA, leading to the "Beer Summit", (with its side dish of crow for the President). It then went on to endorse black on white criminal actions as being "only getting even" in the person of its USAG, Eric Holder. The OA fueled the conflict by endorsing "special treatment" for select groups of union and community organizers. Then it escalated it by failing to aggressively prosecute lawbreaking demonstrators for confrontational aggression, assault and muggings in what were peaceful demonstrations. The President likewise failed to use his "bully pulpit" to condem the violence, or to call prominent figures into conference and deliver the "peace now", message. Instead he chose to select notorious radicals and extremists for key posts as "czars". Small wonder the war is now entering a new phase.

Flash mobs of black youths are targeting whites/light-skinned victims at public venues. Rahm Emmanuel managed to "spin" (with help from a co-operative press), Chicago's holiday waterfront flash mob's racial bias from the public. But not so with recent events at the WI State Fair. Or the "Philadelphia Incident" . It remains to be seen how the "professional race card players" will spin these (and others inevitably emerging). I think it worth noting SEUI demonstrators marred the opening ceremonies at the fair. Its possible that played a role in what followed. >MW

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Of course, instead of punishing these criminals for their actions, the powers that be are going to call for more "gun control", right?

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They look like ass-wipes that need to serve life in the big house, with bubba as cell mate
I agree. Did you see the bottom of the passage. It said that since nobody was hit, no assault took place. Can you beleive that? Hmmmm maybe attempted murder and child endagerment? I think if they catch these guys they can prosecute them, not just say " well, they didn't kill anyone so, there was no assault."
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Put the little vermin in cells with Leroy and Bubba from the Outlaws motorcycle gang.

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Eh. Just shooting em would be WAY cheaper, and would send a much clearer message. I don't want to pay $60 a day to keep each of them moaping around a prison for the rest of their lives. Shoot em and let God sort em out.

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Don't shoot them, that would just add to the cycle of senseless violence. Hang 'em.

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