Texas Lt. Gov. Dallas Protestors Who Fled Sniper’s Bullets Are ‘Hypocrites'
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« on: July 08, 2016, 10:07:37 pm »

Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick called Dallas protestors “hypocrites” for fleeing the peaceful protest that was attacked by a sniper.



« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2016, 01:04:34 am »

Just goes to show you don't need to think before you speak if you are a politician


« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2016, 08:40:00 pm »

I understand where he's coming from, but that's a huge generalization and doesn't make him look any better than how BLM is these days.


« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2016, 03:45:15 am »

He has no point. He has nothing. It is exactly like all of the cops who now are crying about being targeted. Well, how does it feel? What happened in Dallas was a horrible horrible thing. But any thinking person would realize that this is EXACTLY what every black, gay, Hispanic, yadda, yadda, yadda, name a minority, has felt from a lot of cops for years. The shoe is on the other foot, and I doesn't fit very well, does it?

I would rather he show some sympathy for the families of his fallen comrades or even denounce the easy access to firearms the perp had. The hatred in this man's heart shows through. And that is obviously the best he has to offer.
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« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2016, 08:22:11 am »

I don't understand his comment at all. I've been following cases of people being killed by cops for over 50 years - I started back around 1970 when in two separate cases, two unarmed, innocent children were shot in the back by two murdering pigs - both of the unarmed, innocent children died - both of the murdering pigs walked away. In one case the father was a prominent member of his community and did everything in his power to bring the murdering pig to justice but was not able to do so. He left the community. When a cop commits a crime it is a far greater offense than when a civilian commits the exact same crime because the cop was sworn to stop such offenses. Therefore, in a country that practices capitol punishment there should be mandatory execution for murdering pigs. Another reason is because we may have the same laws for everyone on paper, but in actual practice what we really have is one set of laws for the pigs and another set of laws for the tax payers who feed and clothe their wives and children. That undermines the credibility of the entire criminal justice system. I don't believe that even one murdering pig in this country has ever been executed. And my remarks are not mere inflammatory rhetoric -I have supported my assertion with reason and logic - it is the words of those who defend the murdering pigs that are rhetoric.

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