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  1. "pay their fair share" I love that phrase! What it means is let the radicals decide "whats fair" That's hilarious! And yes, "fair share" would absolutely be a confiscatory tax rate and would result in power and wealth being redistributed as a permanent government control system. Who doesn't like free stuff and a Nanny state? Perfect! If you like a one party system . . .
  2. There is a grain of truth in what you say Bob. There are far right militants, (but what you forgot to mention), there are also far left militants that cause problems. Looks like the Left may have taken the night off. But both groups have radical agendas as does ANTIFA. So why stick up for, or defend any of them? You also failed to mention the looters in your colloquy, many of which are protesters that loot, pillage and commit acts of violence as a manifestation of their anger (and some do it to justify their behavior, and victim hood) Fortunately, Las Cruces has thus far been spared.
  3. I appreciate your ex-post facto edits and corrections Bob, a lot of it didn't make sense before due to misspelled words, typos etc, but at least now I can read what you are saying. It still doesn't make sense but since, as you said, it's not shaking anyone's world, I guess it's harmless enough.
  4. Because Slim was busy reviewing earth quake data and couldn't go to Minnesota and interview the Coroner under oath? Come on Luke, I said it was a news source, for any fact checkers that wanted to research it. That's fair and reasonable. By the way, I like the term. And the truth does matter, and it doesn't go away. So we'll see. And if it's fake news, I'll be among the first to condemn it as such.
  5. Your loosing focus Bob. The information was quoted as coming from Hennipen Co. Coroner's report. He is supposed to be a neutral 3rd party with no interest in the outcome of the case. So he has to give factual information to the prosecutor. I get what you're saying, and I agree, that's what it looked like. But looks can and will be deceiving at times. And that's why a search for the truth is so important. Otherwise, big surprises in the courtroom can lose the case and the defendant could get off, even if guilty.
  6. God, I wish life was as simple as you try to make it. And you talk to me about living in a bubble ?, Oy Vey! Where does a search for the truth come in? If you don't find it before the other side does, it will come back to bite you in the butt every time.
  7. Are you sure? I'm willing to accept that Luke, if it's true. And I take you at your word. I was looking at a news report that had quotation marks around it, so I'm not saying it's gospel. Is there any source that would refute that, you would care to share?
  8. News reports also allegedly indicated that the cause of death of Mr. Floyd involved, "other significant conditions" including, heart disease, hypertension, and listed fentanyl intoxication and recent methamphetamine use , although those factors were not listed under cause of death. "Now we know why Baden was called in. He is a bought and paid for "professional witness" and the allegation by the defense will likely be that Baden was paid to "stack the deck" Reasonable doubt?
  9. "A guaranteed two years of college or trade school is a minimum education these days and should be free at a State University" I would be for a version of this proposal, except the States can't afford it anymore. Especially the undocumented immigrant sanctuary states that chose to spend their money, including federal funding, on various social services programs to support illegal immigrants. Cool. But you pay your money and you make your choices.
  10. A confiscatory tax policy and redistribution of wealth is as Socialist as it gets.
  11. Or about Germany and their education system, I would think . . .
  12. That's the canned pr version Luke. I'm referring to the tremendous backlash over Muslim immigration. Violent Backlash Against Migrants in Germany
  13. I think maybe you are leaving out the immigration issue and a few other things . . .
  14. And when free enterprise and capitalism is abolished, we can go back to hunting and gathering . . .
  15. Oh yeah, and don't forget their race relations. They have a long "superior" history of that.
  16. I'm not making any assumptions about you Bob. I don't make assumptions. I do draw inferences based upon facts in evidence. I can make reasonable inferences and reach logical conclusions based on your posts. You, however; do seem to be making assumptions about me. And if you are making your assumptions based on my posts, then your assumptions are wrong, as assumptions tend to be. My views aren't fantasy Bob, and I don't consider your views as fantasy. We have different world views and we disagree on some things. We have different life experiences which influence our world view. Neither one of us grew up privileged or live in a Bubble of Privilege. You're wrong if you assumed that I did, except it is a great privilege to have been born in this country. If you are alluding to my race or ethnic background when you say I'm privileged and live in a bubble, then yes, some times being white may be an advantage. Other times, being a minority tends to have it's advantages. But I don't believe society judges us solely on race, and I have never lived in a "bubble". Personally, I wasn't offended by the "pale white man" remark. I was just trying to caution/remind you that this thread is being watched very closely, as you no doubt know. Heated discussions can get out of hand at times and threads do get shut down. That was the message. Here's another area where you are mistaken: "You can still pretend though. I can be whatever color you want to imagine. I can be a radical liberal if you want me to be. Or a revolutionary or a social worker. You can visualize me however you want. I don't mind at all. If you want to know what reality is I'll tell you" You seem to be expressing your reality already Bob, so no redundancy is required on my account. I have mine and you have yours. And I may know a little more about both than you give me credit for if you're basing yours on assumptions. I don't know why you keep trying on Cinderella's shoe Bob. If it doesnt fit you don't have to wear it. It sounds like either narcissism, or a persecution complex. Contrary to what you may have assumed, every post doesn't happen to have your name on it. They are directed, "To Whom It May Concern"
  18. I do not disagree with many of your good points.
  19. Similar in some ways, different in others. I hope you're not intimating an Afro-American Reservation?
  20. Oh how I wish you knew what you are talking about Bob! I would love to have been born with a silver spoon . . . If you start with your own racism Bob, this thread will likely be shut down because of the escalation. I can see your anger and true colors coming out, but before you start screaming, "La Raza Unida", I'll give you a few minutes to catch your breath and calmate.
  21. IMO, (based upon my education, training and personal experience) the most important element in the way "some people view the color of their skin" is the way Afro-American's view themselves and their history (slavery), which is an ongoing societal institution in the psyche of (many) black people.
  22. I wasn't talking about "lazy people", so much as personal and cultural, motivational belief systems, predominantly in the black community, IMO. More on Afro-American Psychology later. If you will bear with me, please.
  23. Thanks for the translation Slim! I was using social worker language so the social workers, (and revolutionaries, if any) could understand what I was saying.
  24. That may be the good news but that finding will no doubt come under attack by experts from the defense side. Pathologist Baden, who reportedly is helping Floyd's family, may be the tie breaker, if it came to that, because he will likely be the most credible witness.
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