President Obama Delivers Remarks On Baltimore Riots….

Today President Obama addressed the state of emergency in Baltimore Maryland, calling the violent reactions “counter-productive.”

Question:  How many is a “handful”?

 

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173 Responses to President Obama Delivers Remarks On Baltimore Riots….

  1. Father Paul Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  2. Josie says:

    Gray had a lengthy arrest record with convictions dating back until at least 2007, according to the Maryland Department of Justice. Not all of the arrests led to convictions, in many of the cases he pleaded guilty to one charge while the others were dropped. Details of when he spent time in prison were not immediately available. His arrest record includes at least 18 arrests:

    March 20, 2015: Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance
    March 13, 2015: Malicious destruction of property, second-degree assault
    January 20, 2015: Fourth-degree burglary, trespassing
    January 14, 2015: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute
    December 31, 2014: Possession of narcotics with intent to distribute
    December 14, 2014: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance
    August 31, 2014: Illegal gambling, trespassing
    January 25, 2014: Possession of marijuana
    September 28, 2013: Distribution of narcotics, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance, second-degree assault, second-degree escape
    April 13, 2012: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance, violation of probation
    July 16, 2008: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession with intent to distribute
    March 28, 2008: Unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance
    March 14, 2008: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to manufacture and distribute
    February 11, 2008: Unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a controlled dangerous substance
    August 29, 2007: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, violation of probation
    August 28, 2007: Possession of marijuana
    August 23, 2007: False statement to a peace officer, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance
    July 16, 2007: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance (2 counts)

    http://heavy.com/news/2015/04/freddie-gray-arrest-record-criminal-history-rap-sheet-why-was-freddie-gray-arrested/

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    • Blonde in Red says:

      Holy cripes!!!!!!!!!!! =O

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    • nivico says:

      He was born August 16th 1989… his criminal record as an adult essentially begins on August 23rd, 2007 (or just 7 days after he turned 18).

      No doubt his juvenile record is just as problematic as his adult record.

      We really need to rethink the rationale for sealing juvenile records.

      1) When a juvenile offender continues to offend into adulthood, his juvenile records should be unsealed and incorporated into his public criminal record.

      2) Parents who are truly doing right by their children and trying to keep them out of trouble have an absolute right and need to know whether their children’s friends are criminals who could lead them down the wrong path.

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      • wondering999 says:

        Yes, plus the juveniles are being used by criminals. It’s different than pedophilia, but it’s still a form of abuse: use of children to commit crimes that benefit greedy, self-seeking adults.

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      • yeh i’m also thinkin’ that during that nearly 4 yr gap without being arrested from july 2008 – april 2012 he must have been in prison……or maybe he was doing great deeds while working at habitat for humanity international??

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    • joesbabygirl says:

      Wouldn’t it be refreshing if the could find “even one” innocent person who was intentionally killed by the police or died in custody?

      If these people want to be taken seriously by the general public, they need to find a just cause. They don’t seem to be able to find one. Not One.

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    • lovely says:

      It seems that Mr. Gray’s arrests amount to more than a handful.

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    • whoseyore says:

      Obviously police were targeting this guy. No way could one guy have committed that many crimes.

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    • And all that by the tender age of 25. Holy smokes!

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  3. jetstream says:

    Next up…we need a national police system to handle unrest in overwhelmed communities. Here’s some money, come join us, we’re just here to help.

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    • Yup. The progs would like nothing more than to empower their next dictator with a Gestapo-like agency that answers only to the DoJ. Forget Congress and the Constitution.

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      • Director says:

        I don’t want to be a downer but the Nazi regime required fewer police, domestic security agencies per capita than America. They had fewer lethal powers enumerated to them than the modern cop. You can probably figure out why. The Germans (there and here) were/are self regulating.

        The Urban American? not so much. That’s the ugly reality.

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        • Sharon says:

          Some may call that a downer – I call it reality.

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        • Lucille says:

          Director, after reading your first paragraph a number of times I still don’t understand your favorable reference to one of the most lethal entities ever devised by man. The “local” police under Nazi Germany was non-existent…can’t have anything that could be independent under a dictatorship, can we? The nationalized police force did the bidding of Hitler–the word “force” being especially emphasized. Heinrich Himmler (SS) and Reinhard Heydrich (SD) were the two “efficient” leaders of this national police force. Hitler’s constant meme was that he was for “law and order.” Policing via fear, threat, intimidation, destruction of businesses and religious institutions via theft and then burning (Kristallnacht) kept the order and the laws were what Hitler said they were. Surely you are not suggesting that this evil and sick regime is anything to emulate!

          Fewer lethal powers? That simply is not true.

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    • whoseyore says:

      Yup, just the incident needed to usher in Marshall Law. All of the pieces are falling into place as planned. Once police are nationalized, they will get their marching orders. I pray our military and police will refuse to do Obama’s bidding.

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      • joshua says:

        there is NO such thing as “Marshall Law”…please get it RIGHT if you comment about govt controlling civilians by invoking POWERS…it is “martial law”….we just all look ignorant to the reading public when we come off as a rant rather than as thoughtful treepers wanting justice and civility and less govt.

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  4. lilbirdee'12 says:

    It’s very difficult for me to listen to Zero without becoming nauseated. So I’ll wait for others to dissect this. Todd Starnes of Fox said that Zero spent 90 seconds criticizing the criminals and 5 minutes criticizing the police. Typical.

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    • cohibadad says:

      I was thinking the same thing. And his word choices are so deliberate and obvious it is sickening. Police are interacting with . . . individuals. Everything he says is a complete lie. He’s a sociopathic, pathological, racist liar.

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      • ThankYou,Treepers says:

        So true that the word choices are deceptive twists and spins.

        So true that he’s a sociopathic, pathological, racist liar.

        But the words were chosen by his leftist white ghostwriters to his delight. He’s not bright or diligent enough to put even this short speech together in a day.

        “Clergy” and “community leaders” “should be applauded” is his jihad.

        “Communities where opportunity has been stripped away” by the daily conduct of the residents.

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    • joesbabygirl says:

      Same here. I get literally nauseated just thinking of what he is going to say to fuel the fires of racism and division.

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    • jason says:

      this.. freaking schmuck. He wanted this and it will continue to happen until we stop allowing political correctness to rip this country apart.

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      • Lorra B. says:

        AMEN to that! PC will absolutely be the downfall of this great country! Did you know that (sorry, off topic) Ed Miliband is working to make Islamic Criticism “Aggravated Crime” and make a new Blasphemy Law?!? Has this country gone mad? Did the earth tip on it’s axis and render everyone zombies? INSANITY!!! Here is the link if your interested… https://lorrab.wordpress.com/2015/04/28/get-ready-for-blasphemy-law-making-islamic-criticism-aggravated-crime/

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        • ThankYou,Treepers says:

          Not off topic at all.

          From the sunni in the Oval Office to the “Abdul Tom” who Sundance has labeled “The Antagonist Of Baltimore” this is all about furthering the jihad.

          islam is the devil’s attack on the work of the Jew Jesus who is both God and the Son of God. The left, being those who want God left out, favor anything that attacks Jesus’ work.

          sharia law prohibits criticizing islam. So the left wants to institute that part of sharia in order to diminish freedom of speech, the mechanism instituted by the founders to avoid tyranny.

          Free speech keeps open “The Marketplace of Ideas” so rationality and the best ideas will prevail.

          Reducing freedom of speech gives the power hungry more leverage.

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          • Lorra B. says:

            Absolutist correct! This new ‘Blasphemy Law” simply cannot be allowed to stand. In order for that to happen all forms of religious ‘criticism’ would have to perish as well. Now it is like a slap in the face to me to hear God’s name taken in vain but to abolish first amendment rights simply is not the answer. A person has the right to express their, be it offensive or not, opinions in this country…well, at least so far they do and I aim to fight tooth and nail to keep it that way.

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          • Lorra B. says:

            And yes, it is this administrations aim to stop that freedom of speech… UGH!!!

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      He is becoming more transparent every day. His tool of racism is becoming more apparent every day.

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      • Stormy says:

        I fully expect Obama to join in with the other Muslim’s praying during the opening of the mega mosque in Maryland….

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    • QuadGMoto says:

      That’s Propaganda 101 for lying to the public: Minimize or ignore the behavior you want reinforced or hurts you and overemphasize anything that opposes you.

      I think it’s time for a rereading of Machiavelli.

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    • amwick says:

      Silly Birdee, there were only a handful of individuals (criminals)! Didn’t you listen? 🙂

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  5. lovely says:

    How many are a handful?

    Well, let’s do the math. BHO stated that a building (one) was burned down. But we know that 14 building were burned so BHO was off by a count of 13 to 1 so lets apply that number to the arrests made, 235 arrests, obviously there should have been many more arrests made, so lets go with the 13 to 1 error on BHO part and apply it to the arrests. 13 x 235 = 3,055, so possibly in BHO speak 3,055 is a handful.

    Common Core at it’s best.

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  6. rashomon says:

    Have you ever seen such a weak address to such an important issue? Why was he elected to direct the free world? Big mistake. Really big mistake.

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    • Sharon says:

      He wasn’t elected to direct the free world. He was elected to make a bunch of knotheads feel special.

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      • canadacan says:

        Sharon that is one of the funniest things you have ever written .I like that word knothead.
        It’s a word I use myself but I don’t hear it used very often.

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    • TeddyOn20th says:

      The USA will no longer be a part of the “free world” when this man is done.

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      • RJ says:

        That might depend upon the outcome of the next presidential election, especially if Miss HIllary gets the nod. Velocity and acceleration…energy at work…oh the humor of the words spoken at the White House by those who think they are smart and wise…

        The humor…burns one soul!

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  7. i’m at the point to where i would rather hear the anguished and painful sounds emanating from kittens, puppies and small children being beaten and tortured than to hear anything thats comes from that man’s voicebox. he absolutely sickens me to no end…..632 more days of this utter disaster of a human being. there is nothing presidential about him. NOTHING.

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  8. mickie says:

    Two things, is it just me or is anyone else bothered by the images of the white people out there today with the protesters? Don’t they realize the danger they are putting themselves in? Also, has MMM reported on the white journalists that were injured during this?

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    • Eskie Mom says:

      Noop. Doesn’t bother me a bit. Useful idiots, Darwin’s Law, Good Riddance, or Good Morning, welcome to the real world! Not surprised, either. Between the Muzzies & the communists, we know who’s driving this bus & we know why.

      I’ve disclosed before that I monitor one of the lefty forums. Some heated convos over there. Too early to tell if these people are hard heads, rubbing the sleep from their eyes, or will soon be walking away, but one thing’s for sure: this is definitely separating the hardboiled “revolutionaries” from the starry-eyed/ go alongs. (I am hard pressed to wish this on anyone, but if it’s waking people up…well, “we” need a hard lesson. Hopefully, before it’s too late.)

      Sorry if that’s mean. I don’t intend for it to be.

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    • Concerned says:

      They do not yet realize the danger they are in. They won’t realize it until they get hurt, or experience a close call. Then they will have an epiphany. I’m sure the reporter who was punched in the face feels a lot different now.

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  9. Justice_099 says:

    The cadence and volume within his speech speaks more volume than his words. When he was not fully committed to his words, he paused, stuttered, reconsidered. But when he spoke against the police, etc… his speech was clear, uninterrupted, and confident.

    Conclusion: He condemned the violence only because he knew he had to. But, he made sure to throw in the Black Lives Matter message and pounded that one home.

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    • bitterlyclinging says:

      He hung a bullseye on the back of every police officer and white person in America with his remarks about the police involvement in instigating the riots.
      No current rioter in Baltimore, or future rioter in places like New York, Boston, LA, Detroit, Seattle or Newark missed the intent in his words.
      Anymore than we, the people, should have dismissed “This is the first time I’ve been proud of my country”

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  10. doodahdaze says:

    Todays Obama scam is to pit the “Good” peaceful protestor against the “bad” handful of violent ones. Sharpton and the Bloods, Crips, and Black Muzz, will save the day and protect the PoPo and city.

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  11. mickie says:

    porkchopsandwiches, just saw your comment. I get where you are coming from, but you could have used a different example. As an animal lover myself, be prepared for some flack. There are a lot of us on this site.

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  12. Not surprising he can’t rise above his blackness and be actually presidential. Everything he said about blacks can also be said about non-blacks, poverty, killed by cops blah blah blah, yet no national call for consideration for any of them, nope, “Just Us”.

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  13. tenndon says:

    Daring the risk of being called a ‘Conspiracy Monger”, isn’t it a LITTLE TOO SOON to start the violence and mayhem so that the Emporer Hussein can declare martial law and nullify the 2016 Elections??

    Inquiring minds want to know.

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  14. James F says:

    A “handful” more accurately describes the instances of legitimate police abuse. Why does’t he emphasize that the overwhelming majority of officers are good people doing a tough job?

    Where are these all racist cop abuses instances that Obama claims constitute a crisis? And he conflates ferguson with these alleged racial abuses when his own investigation proved otherwise.

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    • janc1955 says:

      And he thinks we should all “search our souls” on the topic of disadvantaged black communities. Here’s the deal, Barack. When your people stop blaming today’s whites for slavery… when your people start taking seriously the opportunities that have been available to them for several decades now… when your people stop collecting my tax dollars to enjoy their irresponsible, unproductive lifestyles… and when your people stop doing everything possible, from their dress to their music to their manner of speaking, to separate themselves from me, I’ll think about “searching my soul” on their behalf. Until then, your people are ON THEIR OWN. Time to suck it up, black folks. Black community, heal thyself. I’ve got enough on my plate.

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  15. goodoldboy66 says:

    Didn’t hear anything along the lines of what the dindu nuffin’s MUST do to reconcile the situation. Only excuses and blaming and seeking more time and mney from the law abiding citizens (aka victims).

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  16. art tart says:

    Obama thinks these cities need jobs/opportunities. Who in the he3ll would invest in Baltimore, Ferguson, Detroit, & Chicago? Detroit/Chicago have had monies thrown at them, even assistance for Detroit for those that couldn’t pay their water bills. WHY doesn’t Obama ask Bubba/Hillary & Chelsea to “lift up” these failed communities & do something constructive here in the US other than making themselves rich? Obama needs to explain to B & H charity begins at home..(snort)(I can jusst hear them laughing)

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    • Concerned says:

      Don’t lump Chicago into that mix. Chicago is still a thriving city and a desirable place to live for a diverse array of people. It’s not been burned and looted. Not yet, at least.

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      • BertDilbert says:

        Chicago is broke and looking for taxes and thus not thriving or desirable. The rest will come shortly.

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        • art tart says:

          BertDilbert ~ last year the Godfather, Rahm, made the predication that after Detroit, Chicago would follow in the near future for filing bankruptsy.

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      • art tart says:

        Concerned ~ you’re right, it hasn’t been/burned & looted yet, we can pray it doesn’t. Chicago has a long history, like my state of La. for corrupt politians, Jesse Jackson Jr. is now living in a half way house.. It’s hard to understand why a business would want to invest there w/the crime stats that are some of the highest in the US.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      regarding jobs in Charm City: where a lot of the riots are: For three decades, things have been on a gradual upswing since they began revitalizing the Inner Harbour, and radiating out from there – toward Lexington Market, North Ave, etc.

      You could get a job anywhere – the inner harbour businesses, Little Italy, Camden Yards, etc. Pedicab, valet, dishwasher, whatever it takes.

      If you were not satisfied with minimum wage, set your sights high and be an entrepreneur, or move up into retail management, etc. Bartending or waiting tables may have a super-low salary, but if you act and look civilized, you will get tipped – Obama ought to be telling these young guys – Hey, whitey loves a civilized, ambitious young Black man – act civilized like the rest of us do at work, and you will get tipped better than your white brother.

      (When the 2012 campaign was underway, my kindergartner wanted to do a lemonade stand here in our suburb – people pulled over and gave him money JUST FOR BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR – no lemonade needed – THAT IS ALL IT TAKES TO GET A FOOTHOLD, Oprabama!) The money is out there – you don’t have to devalue yourself to the welfare and the thieving – the money is out there. Just swallow your pride, I mean your juvenile desire for street cred, pull your pants up, and get a job!

      If you really did not like the offerings in the immediate area, hop on the rail line and commute to work just like all the middle class people riding the rail in from Hunt Valley or Owings Mills. Just Do It.

      Honestly, there are areas in Bawlmore where you cannot just walk down the street and have a job hit you on the head. Commute like the rest of us do – steal a bike, take the bus, take the rail.

      Been there done that. Without welfare or thieving.

      This “jobs” meme is just bluff. More rhetoric for Oprabama to make us believe we should Blame Whitey as he pushes us toward the Communist Revolution. The more he can make it taboo to speak the truth, the farther the revolution progresses.

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      • nimrodman says:

        “Commute like the rest of us do – steal a bike, take the bus, take the rail.
        Been there done that. Without welfare or thieving.”

        Except for the bike, of course 🙂

        (only kidding, just being a wiseguy)

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    • stella says:

      Detroit does have a lot of private money being invested – particularly in the downtown area. That’s because real estate is cheap there right now.

      The problem with unemployment in the inner city is that they have too many poorly educated and unskilled labor. Our economy doesn’t run on unskilled labor any more, for the most part.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I don’t believe that those unskilled laborers want those unskilled labor jobs anyway.

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        • stella says:

          Some do, some don’t. They aren’t there, anyway.

          ADD: The ones that are there don’t pay $15 per hour. Remember the guy in Detroit who walked 15-20 miles each way to and from work every day? He was making about $10 an hour.

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  17. goodoldboy66 says:

    They don’t want to fix any thing – they’ve almost perfected the liberal scheme machine. This will be a 20 city tour over the Summer. Singe&ShakeDown. Nationalized LE ‘sub-standards’ a 2 tiered system delivering disparate ‘justice’ for POC.

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    • RJ says:

      Maybe our racist president might call up Colin Powell, his big bud, and the two of them bring out from mothballs that multimillion bus with backup bus…painted all black, and drive about the country visiting these inner cities of civil unrest where the brothers can show these 1% elites how the wind blows…

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  18. joanfoster says:

    The city of Baltimore now in fund raising mode to repair city.

    http://www.bcf.org/tabid/168/default.aspx?f=388394&c=REBUIL

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    • joanfoster says:

      Meant to add: If I were a citizen of Baltimore, I would not give a dime until that idiot mayor got her arse handed to her on a silver platter.

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  19. Justice_099 says:

    This may be the most racist thing you will ever hear come out of my mouth:

    This is why we may NEVER elect a black President again within at least a generation. And perhaps not even a Latino. Or any member of any collectivist group for that matter.

    When someone is a collectivist, they simply cannot be rational. They can only see things through their own personal prism of reality. It is impossible to expect them to serve all of America.

    That is not fair to all blacks or Latino Americans, I know. But it is just too soon in my opinion. How could we trust them again after Obama? We have learned what happens when we elect an activist.

    Obama had the most incredible opportunity in history to heal this nation, rise up the black community, and close the racial gap. But instead he has harmed it worse than perhaps ever before, set the black community back even further, and widened that racial gap. Athough I didn’t agree with his political ideology in 1008, I have to admit that I was excited about having our first black President. He failed. He had the opportunity and he failed it. It will take decades to repair what he has done.

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    • Justice_099 says:

      Jeez

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    • Concerned says:

      I would say we can never elect a Democrat President again unless they want to completely revamp their party. Their habit of handouts for votes has reached a level of absurdity. Handouts create greed, entitlement, and laziness in the recipients and resentment in the hard-working citizens who are forced to pay. The result is division.

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      • BertDilbert says:

        Politicians will do what is successful in obtaining office, democrat or republican.

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      • Justice_099 says:

        Expecting people to stop voting for handouts is unfortunately unrealistic.

        I’ve had unpopular views on the practice of Republicans voting for pork. It always seems to come up against republicans. But in my opinion, if members of congress or the senate are voting to allocate federal money to use in their home states, they are doing their jobs. They stealing back from the federal government and giving it back to the taxpayers of their districts. Personally, I applaud that. Some people call that a handout. I call it returning that which was stolen.

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        • Justice_099 says:

          My point being that I doubt so many people would be so easily swayed by handouts if the government wasn’t robbing them so much. If people had more money in their pockets, they would be more likely to donate to charities, more likely to invest in their retirements, and more able to afford their own health-care (well, not the financially irresponsible.)

          But the government steals approx. 1/3rd of your pay. They essentially created the desire to beg for handouts.

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        • dalethorn says:

          Unfortunately, when it comes back to the people, it’s minus the “administrative fees”.

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      • whoseyore says:

        …not to mention the handouts for nuthin’.

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    • Director says:

      I watched the primary battles he had with Hilary, I though Edwards might have been useful as a candidate against McCain. But white men don’t belong in that party anymore. So that’s that.

      At the time I recognized Obama was essentially a demon. I kinda wish Kerry had won in 2004 and snuffed out this man’s career by default. Obama would have been a cabinet member and sunk by a finance scandal quite rapidly.

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    • Josie says:

      Don’t forget “women” who now are simply objectified vaginas doin their slut walk.

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      • Justice_099 says:

        I do hope you mean feminists, and not all women. Disgusting comment either way.

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        • Josie says:

          I did. That’s why I put it in quotes. Sandra Fluck and Hillary have reduced women to nothing but a collective of vaginas named Julia. They want free birth control. They advocate sexual promiscuity as empowering. They think prancing around in giant vagina costumes (code pink) promotes something that as yet I haven’t figured out. They arrange and promote slut walks to show how empowered they are. They do it on college campuses all the time. I am disgusted by it. I wouldn’t vote for any female who thinks that is ok. So, I won’t vote for Killary or democrats in general….ever.

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    • Sharon says:

      “….we may NEVER elect a black President again ….”

      Who is this ‘we’ you speak of?

      I was NOT “excited about having our first black President”**** for the simple reason that I LISTENED to what he was saying about his intentions from mid-summer, 2008 right up until election day, and I BELIEVED that he was actually saying what he intended to do.

      Election night 2008 I was nearly ill, realizing what had transpired in terms of the halls of power that day.

      ***I couldn’t care less what color a President is. I care whether or not he/she is an American who will do well with the reins of power.

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      • Justice_099 says:

        “Who is this ‘we’ you speak of?”

        People who vote?

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        • Sharon says:

          I voted against him. I certainly did not elect him and I don’t care to be included as one who did. Technically, I see your point. As an American, I won’t accept that I had any part in electing him, even indirectly.

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      • Justice_099 says:

        Being excited about our first black president doesn’t mean I voted for him. The point was that he was elected regardless of my vote against him. So, therefore I was excited at least about having the first black president. I had high hopes for what that, alone, would mean for our country.

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        • Sharon says:

          Well, to reiterate – I was not excited about it and had no high hopes of any kind, based on what he himself said he was going to do.

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          • Justice_099 says:

            Understood. Makes sense.

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          • taqiyyologist says:

            You knew about FM Davis and his Communist Hawaii past, though. So did I.

            Most people didn’t.

            Most people get their knowledge told to them by a bunch of communists on TV.

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            • Sharon says:

              I knew what obama told me himself. In public statements. In speeches. I heard it from the lying horse’s mouth. I did not know about Davis at that time.

              I got my information from the liar, berry obama, in his own words.

              I listened. And I believed what he said about himself and about his plans.

              I was not doing deep research or thinking along the lines of political intrigue. I was simply LISTENING TO WHAT HE SAID ABOUT HIMSELF AND HIS PLANS.

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              • joanfoster says:

                Listening to his faith leader, The Rev. Wright, did it for me. I knew then that no good thing could come from a person willing to sit under the preaching/teaching of a racist hate monger like Wright. It was the absolute game changer for me.

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  20. Nation says:

    Progs think self-defense is a crime. #Anti-White Intifada, #Cultural Marxism, #Typical Prog Behavior, #Second Amendment

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  21. True Colors says:

    Barack Obama discusses riots and brings up police mistreatment of blacks

    His grouping of these things implies a direct cause —> effect relationship.

    Baloney. Distraction technique. Bulls***.

    If the people doing the rioting were truly lashing out at the cops, then they should be attacking the police station — not CVS.

    TC

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    • jason says:

      … or cutting fire hoses, or looting couches from (white) residents, or jacking cars and driving them through burning debris and setting it on fire, or….

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  22. mickie says:

    porkchopsanwiches, o.k., gotcha. Glad to hear you are an animal liker!

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  23. manickernel says:

    I especially liked his comment to the effect of “I cannot Federalize all the police departments in the country….but here is how I am going to do it.”

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    • BitterC says:

      Yeah, I had to stop and back up cuz I didn’t quite catch what he said other than “federalize police” and that sent a chill.

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  24. mickie says:

    RJ, CATS RULE!!!!

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  25. Be Ge says:

    A bit of contrast to King Obozo…

    from Baltimore Ravens legend Ray Lewis.

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  26. jason says:

    He says he can’t nationalize the police force, but he’s pushing for exactly that. Asking all PDs to ‘adopt’ the concrete measures to improve relations with local communities. Is offering grants to purchase body cameras and grants to implement training and data collection. Wanna bet there are some major strings attached (public review boards… staffed and appointed by???).

    haven’t had time to go through… but bet we’ll find some very alarming stuff
    http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/policingtaskforce

    Click to access Interim_TF_Report.pdf

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    • jason says:

      the 6 pillars of better policing?!?!? At least they made it 6, and not 5 pillars eh?

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    • jason says:

      wow.. just through the first part but this is bad. Real, REAL bad.

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    • Sharon says:

      Whenever I see a reference to “stakeholders” being primary I know we are headed for the weeds.

      The outline/syllabus of this barrel of spit is entirely outside of the concept of every man equal under the law. The assumptions that preceded the preparation of this spew should clearly establish the reference points that king berry has – which have nothing to do with the Constitution.

      He has completely set aside the Constitution, openly and in print, and is starting from scratch to build a nation to his liking.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Yes, a fundamental change to the brave new world of compassionate communism. AKA social justice. The scale of justice must be skewed to favor the black criminal. Unequal application of the law depending on race and culture. More rights for some and less for others. To be determined by factors made up out of thin air by Obama and Company. Since Zimmerman you can see how they try to transform the Criminal Justice system in to the Social Justice system.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      This is a liberal solution to problems caused by liberalism. As I have said it is simple. Apply more liberalism. An incredible amount of stupid liberal thought and effort went in to this absurd report. They really want better relations between the criminals and police. The arrest should be a soothing, relaxing, experience for the criminal. Do not make the criminal feel uncomfortable or discriminated against. The criminal should be coddled and nurtured so as not to make him upset. Liberalism.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I think I have it figured out. These young black men and many of the women don’t want rules. They don’t intend to follow rules, no matter who makes them. So, the idea that the police are arresting them because they are breaking the law makes them angry because, they don’t care about the law. I don’t think that can be fixed.

        And, I keep hearing that they need more money for education. We gave them more money for education and it doesn’t help. They don’t want education, so the troublemakers ruin it for the ones who want an education. That won’t change until the troublemakers are thrown out of the schools after a couple of incidents. They can be sent to another troublemaker school. It really doesn’t matter. They won’t learn anyway. Just keep them off the streets. At some point you have to give up on saving everyone and just try to save the ones who are salvageable, like Dr. Carson.

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        • QuadGMoto says:

          These young black men and many of the women don’t want rules. They don’t intend to follow rules, no matter who makes them. So, the idea that the police are arresting them because they are breaking the law makes them angry because, they don’t care about the law.

          I think you’re absolutely right. And it’s not just the street thugs, it’s also the professional leadership that shows up to decry police attempts to… well… do police work whenever it makes the news. This extends all the way to the U. S. Attorney General’s office and the White House with their “disparate impact” doctrine—a bald-faced attempt to pretend there is not pervasive criminal behavior within certain people groups.

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        • nimrodman says:

          auscitizenmom said: “These young black men and many of the women don’t want rules.”

          Correct. I’ve pointed out before that black malcontents are bound and determined to simply not be policed at all.

          At Ferguson, there was tremendous complaining that a mostly white police force was governing a mostly black population, and of course there were the inevitable calls for greater numbers of black police officers. And there was that replacement of Ferguson police chief authority with the hug-a-thug policing of the black State Police commander). Despite that, mayhem ensued.

          Later, in December, FTP rioting disrupted a Christmas tree raising out in Seattle. There was news footage of a black police officer walking with a black woman walking alongside him haranguing him right in the ear, calling him an Uncle Tom and a traitor to his race.

          So these black malcontents are not happy being policed by white officers. And they’re not happy being policed by black officers, despite clamoring for more black officers.

          The only conclusion possible is that they simply do not want to be policed at all. They don’t want rules.

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  27. QuadGMoto says:

    Handful:

    The number of unarmed peaceful demonstrators needed to drive a large contingent of armed police from the streets so that absolute lawlessness may prevail.

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  28. maggiemoowho says:

    Once again, Obama speaks out of his ass, will America ever get to see what Obama really looks like or are we only going to get to see his talking ass.

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  29. dalethorn says:

    Obama contradicted himself. First he says “there’s no excuse for this violence etc.”, then he says that the peaceful protests weren’t going anywhere until the fires, which the media played over and over again. But, what Obama really dodged was the vacuum in black leadership. MLK, ignoring certain issues relating to Vietnam and Communism, was a leader who made non-violence work to the extent it did. Today, I don’t think any civilized citizen, white or black, really loves Farrakhan, Jackson, Sharpton, Shabazz, or any of those other ringleaders. If there are really forty million blacks in the U.S., you’d think they could find one good leader. Are they afraid he’d be shot? What would be the point? A million police officers go out there every day knowing the risk that they could be shot, and they still take the risk.

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    • amwick says:

      Sorry, but he said the one burning building, fire, singular, the fire would be played over and over. He never mentioned the fires all over the city. SMH.

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  30. Aslan's Girl says:

    O was kinda harsh, wondering what his game is here. He actually said the rioters are not “protesting” but “stealing” and he called them arsonists. Also, when he said that the rioters were hurting their “own” community it was in disagreement to the meme that they were all outsiders… he’s harshing their mellow, lol. Did he call them “kids” or “misdirected youths”?

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  31. joshua says:

    get rid of all the police and just use ObamaDrones to attack the rioting mob thugs….heck, a little collateral damage, some innocent kiddos taken out by mistake, and a lot less damage to the infrastructure and buildings…..if it is good enough for the Middle East, we should at least let Obama use our military power and money on our own terrorists here in the States.

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  32. benzy says:

    In the eyes and minds of Monday night’s rioters….. **#FreeStuffMatters

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  33. Question: How many is a “handful”?

    Well, according to Richard Fowler (on the Kelly Files last night), a “handful” would be roughly 450,000, which represents 1% of the blacks in the U.S. According to Mr. Fowler, only 1% of blacks are criminals, 99% are not. I guess that would be the “handful” Obama refers to, right? They must have all been in Baltimore over the weekend.

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  34. This is a pretty important read if you have not seen it yet. The Presidents Handbook for 21st Century Policing http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/taskforce/Interim_TF_Report.pdf

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    • bonnibrai says:

      Panel Five: Mayors
      Kevin Johnson, Mayor, Sacramento
      Michael Nutter, Mayor, Philadelphia
      Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Mayor, Baltimore

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  35. BitterC says:

    If the Repubs were smart (hmmm) and really against amnesty (double hmmm) they could play up the unemployment rate of black youths as a reason we don’t need more unskilled labor coming into country.

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