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Monday, October 17, 2011

Open letter to Lawrence O'Donnell

Mr. O'Donnell:

You are the mother of armchair quarterbacks. If I could, I would make an award consisting of the Nobel Peace Prize, Stanley Cup, World Cup, Lombardi Trophy, and Ryder Cup. Nobody, and I mean NOBODY can armchair quarterback like you. Way to second guess police officers!  I guess all of your years on the street as a police officer, makes you an expert on police procedures, police tactics, laws of arrest, and constitutional rights. Oh wait, your police expertise is writing a book on police brutality.

Your commentary on the New York Police Department was beyond disgusting. First: the YouTube clip you posted on the reporter taken to the ground did not show what lead up to the man taken to the ground. You didn't explain the whose situation on the reporter/officer confrontation. Since you are a journalist, and saw the camera, you took the side of the journalist. I have news for you Lawrence; journalists commit crimes too!  The police will not lock people up for felonious possession of a camera! You also said the protesters were doing absolutely nothing, and the NYPD just rounded them up and beat them up. Yep; the NYPD just looks for people just going about their business, and takes them to the ground! The occupy protesters I'm sure were doing nothing at all! Again; despite the video evidence, we do not know the whole story. As for the NYPD brass covering up for misconduct for thier officers; again right on the money! Just ask Sean Carroll, Richard Murphy, Edward McMellon  Kenneth Boss, Peter Del Debbio,  Vincent Guidice, or the officer who got into a struggle with drug dealing Jose "Kiko" Garcia which lead to a riot in Washington Heights! Then you get racial mentioning Rodney King. Rodney King was pulled out of the car because he was breaking the law. Rodney King was fighting with the police. The two passengers in Kings car did what they were told, and were not harmed. Black people are not shocked by crime because black people are overwhelmingly the people committing crimes. Black people are also overwhelming victimized by criminals. Look at Newark, Camden, East St. Louis. Very few white people, very high crime. Explain that one genius.

Let me fill you in on something. New York City has been turned around not because of Rudy Giuliani, Bill Bratton, Howard Safir, or Ray Kelly. Those previously mentioned did help, but New York City became safer and more people are alive because of the rank and file cops on the NYPD. Plain and simple.

You mentioned that every day cops abuse people, beat people up, cross the line, and get away Scott free. How about this; everyday police are verbally abused by the people they serve. Everyday police are physically abused. Everyday police officers are falsely accused of misconduct. Everyday police officers get into automobile accidents responding to emergencies. Everyday police officers have to worry about going home at the end of the shift. Everyday police officers have to worry about overzealous prosecuting attorneys going after them. Everyday police officers are criticised by the media. And some days police officers are killed in the line of duty doing their job.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

What America Lost: Freedom of Speech

I'm going to start a series of things America lost.

The First Amendment of the US Constitution reads:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

However, Don Imus was fired from his job at MSNBC and CBS radio for his comment on: "Nappy Headed Hoe's." Al Sharpton was the chief critic. Coincidentially he is now an employee on MSNBC.

Remember when liberals said that they disagreed with us but would defend our right to speak to the death. Now it's we disagree with you and will fight to your death to defeat you!

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Real issues for Occupy Wall Street

As you know a bunch of zeros are protesting Wall Street against corporate greed and capitalism. Most of these protesters are young white people. Here's some things to protest about; MAAAHHN!-Protest the number of people victimized by crime. Especially crime via Flash Mobs.
-Protest Affirmative Action as many of the out of work protesters down on Wall Street don't have jobs because of Affirmative Action.
-Protest illegal immigration. Our southern border is a war zone. Everything is in English and Spanish. Our public schools are broke thanks to skyrocketing enrollment and the tax base is not catching up thanks to shady landlords illegally skirting zoning and housing laws. Illegal aliens get in state tuition rates. American citizens get to repay student loans.
-Protest the mainstream media's outright lies and distortion including refusing to disclose the race of criminals.
-Protest the fact that people have to pay a fortune to live far far away from big cities so that the neighborhood is safe.
-Protest the fact public schools are temporary housing projects graduating illiterates.
-Protest the fact once great cities such as Memphis, Detroit, and Philadelphia are urban hellholes.
-Protest the criminal Federal Reserve.
-Protest the TSA fondling people and treating innocent people like criminals.
-Protest our government as we are $14 trillion in debt and we have nothing to show for it.
-Protest the fact everyone says everything is racist.
-Protest the fact 47% of Americans don't pay taxes!

Monday, October 3, 2011

I'm going to Occupy Wall Street!!!

I read about Occupy Wall Street on my Dell laptop with Verizon wifi. I decided I am going to go. I am getting into my Chevrolet car en route to lower Manhattan. But; I have to stop at Bank of America and use my Visa Debit card to withdraw cash. I then need to stop at ExxonMobil to put gasoline in my car. When I get to New York, I am going to stop at Starbucks to get a latte for the train ride to Wall Street. The MTA has new Kawasaki subway cars that let passengers know the time, the next station, and the upcoming subway stops. Then; I'm parking my car at an Edison ParkFast so I know my car will not be broken into or towed. I am going to use the Weather Channel app on my Motorola phone to find out the weather for lower Manhattan. When I get to Wall Street, I will use my Motorola smartphone to find out good places to eat, and the GPS function so I will not get lost. I'll be sure to use my Kodak digital camera to take pictures. I'll be sure to use Facebook and Twitter to update my friends. Remember: it's important for all of us to fight capitalism and corporate greed!

Occupy Wall Street!

Last week or so, thousands of people went to Wall Street in Manhattan to protest the rich and capitalism in general. It's all about corporations; MAAAAAHHN! (Apologies to Anthony Cumia.) That's great. Except to get to Wall Street to protest capitalism;
-Don't take your car (Ford, GM, Toyota)
-Don't take your bike (Schwinn, Cannondale)
-Don't take mass transit (Kawasaki, Bombardier, GM, Orion Bus)
When you get there:
-Don't blog, tweet, or use facebook (Google, Twitter, Facebook)
-Don't use your cellular phones (Apple, Motorola, LG, Samsung, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint)
-Don't use your ipad or laptop (Dell, Apple, Sony, Panasonic, Tosiba)
This country sucks soooo bad it's not funny. America only gave us and has: highways, skyscrapers, the internet, smart phones, advaned medicine, mass transit, cable tv, satellite radio, Hollywood movies, and civil rights!