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  • #61
    Originally posted by SJ Bronco View Post
    What ever happened to Liberals being the "bleeding heart" and "softee" party? Of course we don't wish harm. most of us are pacifists you fool! LMAO I love how the right skews things to make the lame point they are trying to make today. One day we are commies trying to give all the money to lazy poor people. The Next day we have ambitions on taking over the world and looking for the death of conservatives. Make up your minds.
    You guys are the bleeding heart/softee party that gets pushed around by hard-edged extremists in your own party who boss you like bullies. Lee Harvey Oswald was that type of extremist liberal. So was Che Guevara. So was Fidel Castro.

    Thats why you get led around by egomaniacal, powerhungry overlords who want you to line up behind them. You guys love a good dictator who can really whip the opposition into shape...or kill them.


    • #62
      Originally posted by McSkillet View Post
      You guys are the bleeding heart/softee party that gets pushed around by hard-edged extremists in your own party who boss you like bullies.

      The irony meter is pegged again.


      • #63
        Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post

        The irony meter is pegged again.
        he can't grasp irony don't confuse the chap


        • #64
          It's too bad assassination does not include character and public persona.

          Our media / public tastes are very Romanesque. Putting heads on poles and a certain blood lust seems common amongst the plebs these days. All hail the "free" press.


          • #65
            that's why you don't listen to them and judge for yourself based on as many sources as possible.


            • #66
              How about calling for his outright assassination.

              Man's call for Obama assassination is free speech, not crime, court rules

              July 19, 2011 | 4:27 pm

              A La Mesa man who posted racial epithets and a call to "shoot" Barack Obama on an Internet chat site was engaging in constitutionally protected free speech, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday in overturning his criminal conviction.

              Walter Bagdasarian was found guilty two years ago of making threats against a major presidential candidate in comments he posted on a financial website after 1 a.m. on Oct. 22, 2008, as Obama's impending victory in the race for the White House was becoming apparent. Bagdasarian told investigators he was drunk at the time.

              A divided panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned that conviction Tuesday, saying Bagdasarian's comments were "particularly repugnant" because they endorsed violence but that a reasonable person wouldn't have taken them as a genuine threat.

              The observation that Obama "will have a 50 cal in the head soon" and a call to "shoot the [racist slur]" weren't violations of the law under which Bagdasarian was convicted because the statute doesn't criminalize "predictions or exhortations to others to injure or kill the president," said the majority opinion written by Judge Stephen Reinhardt.

              "When our law punishes words, we must examine the surrounding circumstances to discern the significance of those words’ utterance, but must not distort or embellish their plain meaning so that the law may reach them," said the 2-1 ruling in which Chief Judge Alex Kozinski joined but Judge Kim McLane Wardlaw dissented.


              • #67
                Can you be prosecuted for producing a movie (a far-left liberal fantasy) that blatantly suggested the assassination of a president?


                • #68
                  The movie was made in the UK.


                  • #69
                    Originally posted by epicSocialism4tw View Post
                    Can you be prosecuted for producing a movie (a far-left liberal fantasy) that blatantly suggested the assassination of a president?
                    Anyone that has to change his username must have a "short" dick.


                    • #70
                      To this American paper, Israel>POTUS.

                      Jewish paper's column catches Secret Service eye
                      By Joe Sterling, CNN
                      updated 5:40 PM EST, Sat January 21, 2012

                      Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) -- The U.S. Secret Service is looking into a controversial column by an Atlanta Jewish newspaper publisher that mulled the assassination of an American president.

                      Andrew Adler, owner and publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times, wrote a January 13 column about the threat of Iran to Israel. He posed three options for the Jewish state to counter the Iranian regime.

                      One of them called for a "hit on a president in order to preserve Israel's existence."

                      "Give the go-ahead for U.S. based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly to Israel in order for the current vice president to take his place and forcefully dictate that the United States' policy includes its helping the Jewish state obliterate its enemies."

                      U.S. Secret Service spokesman George Ogilvie told CNN Saturday, "We are aware of it. We are taking the appropriate investigative steps."

                      Adler could not be reached for comment, but the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, a wire service for Jewish newspapers in North America, quoted Adler on Friday as saying "I very much regret it. I wish I hadn't made reference to it at all."

                      Adler -- who said he's gotten a lot of flak for the column -- said he would issue an apology in the next edition of the weekly newspaper, the JTA reported.

                      The column, entitled "What would you do?" doesn't mention President Barack Obama's name, but U.S. Jewish groups that strongly denounced the column read the words as a reference to Obama himself. The column also refers to the administration's "never ending 'Alice in Wonderland' belief that diplomacy is the answer," an apparent dig at the Obama White House's foreign policy efforts at dialogue with such countries as Iran.

                      "The suggestion by anyone, in this case a Jewish newspaper publisher, that Israel should consider assassinating President Obama is shocking beyond belief," said Dov Wilker, director of the American Jewish Committee in Atlanta.

                      "While we acknowledge Mr. Adler's apology, we are flabbergasted that he could ever say such a thing in the first place. How could he even conceive of such a twisted idea?" said Wilker. "Mr. Adler surely owes immediate apologies to President Obama, as well as to the State of Israel and his readership, the Atlanta Jewish community."

                      The White House declined to comment Saturday on the column.

                      Abraham H. Foxman, the national director of the Anti-Defamation League, said Adler's "lack of judgment as a publisher, editor and columnist raises serious questions as to whether he's fit to run a newspaper."

                      "There is absolutely no excuse, no justification, no rationalization for this kind of rhetoric. It doesn't even belong in fiction. These are irresponsible and extremist words. It is outrageous and beyond the pale. An apology cannot possibly repair the damage.

                      "Irresponsible rhetoric metastasizes into more dangerous rhetoric. The ideas expressed in Mr. Adler's column reflect some of the extremist rhetoric that unfortunately exists -- even in some segments of our community -- that maliciously labels President Obama as an 'enemy of the Jewish people,'" Foxman said.

                      Simon Wiesenthal Center associate dean Rabbi Abraham Cooper called the remarks "irresponsible and reprehensible" and said they "must be publicly condemned by Jewish leaders across the ideological and political spectrum."

                      "We take small comfort from the apology — what a shanda!" Cooper said, using the Yiddish word for something shameful or scandalous.

                      JTA also quoted Ophir Aviran, the Israeli consul-general in Atlanta as saying he was "appalled at this deranged and morally repugnant assertion."

                      The Atlanta Jewish Times, a weekly focused on the Atlanta Jewish community, was founded in 1925 as the Southern Israelite.


                      • #71
                        They're just following "policy", right?


                        • #72
                          not to mention against the law..

                          I for one do not want the SS crawling around anywhere I'm near


                          • #73
                            who would be that idiotic to like post something like that you want the secret service to knock on ya door.


                            • #74
                              What's the rule on wishing death by disease?


                              • #75
                                Originally posted by El Jué View Post
                                What's the rule on wishing death by disease?
                                Wishing death of any form on anyone is bannable on this forum.