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If there’s one thing more sure than death and taxes, it’s that if you dare make any moral judgment of the “do as you want, 24/7, it’s never your fault if something happens” lifestyle, a short bus full of drooling leftards with severe impressive aphasia will park on the curb outside your house shortly thereafter, its passengers howling like enraged chimps, flinging feces everywhere (and mostly on themselves).

A perfect example is this post and its comments, put up in response to our post directly below this one about the Jessie Davis murder, where the Sadly, No (Brains Whatsoever) inmates demonstrate a pathological inability to comprehend what they’re reading. The comments, in particular, are truly hilarious:

Leonard Pierce said,
June 26, 2007 at 7:35

Hmmmmm. How many of these fuckbags on the right would be filled with moral outrage at the victim if she hadn’t gotten knocked up by a darkie? What if it was her HUSBAND who killed her, and he was white? A kerbillion Schrute Bucks says all their approbation would disappear.

Right. Because the post is just chock full of racial references. Oh, wait. It isn’t? Well damn, but don’t let that stand in the way of pulling out your worn and tattered race card, Leonard. You just wouldn’t be a real Moonbat if you didn’t do it any chance you get, particularly when it isn’t relevant at all.

But wait, there’s more. Just give poor Leonard time to reload so he can shoot his other foot as well:

Leonard Pierce said,
June 26, 2007 at 7:52

I mean, seriously. Aren’t these the same motherfuckers who just spent the last month coming all over themselves with grief over that white couple who got murderer by a gang of black hoodlums? Didn’t Michelle Malkin and her cabal of dunderheads spend billions of electrons giving themselves hard-ons writing endless plaints about how the media doesn’t pay any attention when a fine upstanding white person is savagely dispatched by that jungle filth? And now, all of the sudden, another black-on-white murder hoves into view, but it’s okay, because the so-called victim had the poor taste to lower herself to animal congress with the ape-men. She must have had it coming!

Yep, that’s exactly it. We’re all just so frothingly mad about black-on-white crime not being reported that we’ll immediately resort to questioning the white victim’s lifestyle whenever it is being reported, which it isn’t in the first place, which is why we’re mad. See? Perfectly logical. We hate the “darkies” so much that we’ll immediately pile on the white victim of a black-on-white crime.

But don’t blame poor Leonard. He’s the victim of his parents forgetting to put his padded helmet on a few too many times.

D. Aristophanes said,
June 26, 2007 at 8:19

You know, a good friend of mine is the deputy director of La Casa, a shelter and support network for victims of domestic abuse. They give support to women so they can extricate themselves from the bad relationships supposedly brought on by “poor impulse control” or whatever the sexist/racist code is that Dan Riehl and Misha use.

And what pisses me off the most is that Riehl and Misha are here wagging their piggish little fingers at such women for “poor impulse control” … when in fact it’s these same clowns who vote to cut government funds for places like La Casa.

A big, hearty ‘fuck you’ to those fuckers and their followers.

Non-sequiturmania!

Of course I and people like me just hate those poor women and vote to de-fund shelters any chance we get. It’s all so — well not exactly obvious, but still. Who can possibly question Miss Cleo Aristophanes’ crystal ball and Tarot deck? But what, exactly, does all of that have to do with the cautionary tale of a poor woman whose stupid life choices led to a tragedy at the hands of a deranged, murderous fuckwit? Nothing? Well isn’t that surprising?

Then, desperate that nobody has recognized his genius by commenting on his dreadful dungheap of a post 21 minutes later, he adds (when nobody wants to talk to you, you can always talk to yourself. All hail the might post count!):

D. Aristophanes said,
June 26, 2007 at 8:40

Wow. That Misha thread is the gift-that-keeps-on-gagging … apparently Father-of-the-Year (730 B.C. winner) Lord Spatula has a 15-year-old pregnant stepdaughter who he’s forbidden from having an abortion (which she wants).

And hey, Heaven forbid that any of those troglodytical Reichwingers should ever, ever deny a child anything that she WANTS, dammit! I mean, she WANTS it! Did you get that? She WANTS IT!!! I meet parents like “Aristophanes” every day when I’m checking out my groceries. They’re the ones standing around helplessly while their ill-bred rug rats clean out every inch of the candy shelves, screaming like banshees.

Here’s a hint, “Aristophanes”: The decision-making part of that particular process was before the sausage was actually inserted, not after. No, denying your child her urge to murder her unborn child is not “being a bad parent”, no matter how much she “wants” it. But that’s at the very core of socialist thinking: If you have a problem, just exterminate it. There, end of problem. Just ask prominent socialists like Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao and Pol Pot.

a different brad said,
June 26, 2007 at 8:46

The married men choosing to cheat with vulnerable young women are not faulted in the least here.

Of course, “different brad.” The fact that shitsack Cutts isn’t excoriated in a post about somebody else has to mean that I’m perfectly fine with married men screwing like deranged bunny rabbits on ecstasy, then murdering their paramours. Also, since I didn’t mention Auschwitz in the post either, it has to mean that I’m OK with gassing Jooos.

I’m sure it’s a difficult concept for you to grasp, “different brad”, you’re not all that intelligent after all and seem to have trouble with comprehending the notion of something being so self-evident as to require no mention, but screwing around when you’re married, knocking up your hos left, right and center, then killing them when they get to be more trouble than it’s worth is a Bad Thing™. I thought everybody knew that, but I’ll take great care in making sure that I mention it in every fucking post that I write in the future, lest you get the idea that I think it’s just dandy.

Or not. I really don’t have the time to add every single thing that I disapprove of to every post I make, nor do I have the inclination. It would make my posts as interminably long as those written by Gleen Greenwald(s) and His Amazing Sock Puppets, not to mention almost as boring.

And lay off the “vulnerable young women” bit, will you? Suggesting that women are nothing but spineless, helpless victims of their raging hormones is so — sexist.

Marmoset said,
June 26, 2007 at 8:53

Is that Misha freak some sort of Exalted Beagle from the KKK? As the Right is winnowed down to its inner core of true believers the vicious, hateful, racist, murderous, and totally deluded spewing gets more intense. If involuntary commitment was still available we could get these poor lunatics the help they need.

Will the gate to the re-education camp that you enlightened, tolerant leftards wish to commit people you don’t like to have a nice, wrought iron “Arbeit Macht Frei” above it too? It should. No reason to mess with fine socialist tradition, after all.

Gundamhead said,
June 26, 2007 at 11:02

Typically sadistic, morally retarded Reich-tards. The most pathetic part is that they can’t just admit what they really think right off the bat. No, they’ve got to talk about how “of course it’s a tragedy, and I don’t want to blame the victim, but…” So not only are they assholes but cowards as well. At least Neo-Nazis will tell you what they really think. These creeps are far lower than that. How did these, er, “individuals” (I hesitate to call them people) become the “morality” party anyway?

Knowing what other people think better than they know themselves must be such a wicked, awesome power to have. I bet you’re a hit at parties. Do you do card tricks as well?

And how did we become the morality party? Well, I didn’t know that we had a morality party, somehow “politics” and “morals” don’t seem to belong in the same sentence, as a matter of fact they don’t belong in the same language except to serve as antonyms for each other, but if you too want to claim the moral high ground, it helps if you start criticizing immoral behavior rather than becoming enraged every time somebody else does so.

Just a hint. Have fun now, y’hear?

atheist said,
June 26, 2007 at 12:03

Jessie Davis had “poor self, or impulse control and poor decision-making, perhaps both”?

Why does Reihl say this about Davis, the murder victim, when Bobby Cutts, her alleged murderer, had three children by three different women, none of them born while he was married to the mother? Cutts had a boy with Jessie Davis, named Blake, while separated from his wife, Kelly. Cutts then got Davis pregnant with a daughter, and allegedly killed her before the daughter was born, apparently because he just couldn’t take having another kid? Also, in 2003, Cutts was accused of giving his police gun to a drug-dealing cousin, and was temporarily suspended (he was acquitted).

My point is that if someone in this mess has poor impulse control and/or poor judgement, I really think it’s Bobby Cutts, not Jessie Davis. He had a son with Davis, then made another child with her, while still married to his wife Kelly (with whom he had a daughter), for cryin’ out loud.

Well, you got it half right, “atheist”, which is infinitely better than the other posters on that website. Yes, Bobby Cutts most certainly did have poor impulse control, and that’s being far more gracious than the sack of shit deserves. He just wasn’t the only one afflicted with that particular malady. You see, if just one of the parties to that sordid, adulterous affair had had good judgment and a smidgen of basic morals, the affair wouldn’t have happened at all.

And that, my friend, was the entire point of my post.

Barney said,
June 26, 2007 at 12:53

Wow. Being British, I knew literally nothing about the story until I read this, and then the Riehl “I’m not saying she deserved it, but she deserved it” piece. So I was expecting she was involved with, perhaps, major drug dealers, or the Mafia - somewhere you might say “life is cheap” and so the accusations of “what did she expect?” might have a believable genesis, even if the moral calculus would be roughly “2+2=49, and I blame the libruls for that”.

And then I look up the actual story, and find out the accused man/father of her child is - a cop. Her life was described by neighbours as ‘low-key’.

What the fuck?

So they’d had a child, another was on its way, and he was getting divorced. Well, ‘man leaves wife for another woman’ isn’t exactly unusual. It includes Republican presidential candidates, after all. And the neanderthals on those blogs can start trying to use that as an excuse for “it was inevitable”?

Thank you for being British, Barney, because Heaven knows that we’ve already got enough idiots over here. He was getting divorced? Oh, I’m sure he was. After all, why would an adulterous fuck having nookie with hos all over town and more illegitimate children than a feudal king lie about something like that? That would be completely unheard of. Well, at least I’ve never heard of some horny married shit telling his lovers that “I’ll be free soon, and then we’ll marry right away”, just so he could keep the Olympic Sheet Gymnastics going.

Was Cutts going to marry his other bitches as well? Damn, he’d have to move to Utah first, wouldn’t he?

Here’s a fucking hint: If some married guy is fucking your brains out, siring two kids on you over a period of years, chances are that he won’t divorce his wife and marry you. Why the heck would he? He’s already getting all the milk for free, so why bother with a down payment on the cow? Ladies, it’s known as “lying to get into your pants”, and it’s an old enough practice that you have abso-fucking-lutely NO excuse for not being aware of it.

Here’s another hint: If your boyfriend is married and still willing to screw around on his wife, he’s probably not all that much of a catch, if you know what I mean. Unless of course you think that you’re the Woman With the Magic Touch Who Will Reform Him™. And if that’s the case, you need help. Urgently. Delusions aren’t good for you.

Finally, Barney, addressing the reading comprehension problem that seems to be rampant on the site that you frequent: Nobody said that poor life choices lead to inevitably horrid outcomes, it just increases the probability significantly. There’s a difference there. Don’t they teach that in British schools anymore?

javaphil said,
June 26, 2007 at 13:51

My point is that if someone in this mess has poor impulse control and/or poor judgement, I really think it’s Bobby Cutts, not Jessie Davis. He had a son with Davis, then made another child with her, while still married to his wife Kelly (with whom he had a daughter), for cryin’ out loud.

Ah but you fail to appreciate that since Mr. Cutts is endowed with a penis, he is incapable of having impulse control. You can only think with one head at a time, after all. And thus, only a woman can have control over impulses. (And because these mental giants really believe this, they consider it a compliment since it shows how much higher esteem they have for womankind than mankind.)

That’s an awfully nice strawman you have there. Want a light?

Dan Someone said,
June 26, 2007 at 15:02

Well, that’s the thing, isn’t it? Not only is Cutts a male (hence, given one free pass for self/impulse control and poor judgment), he’s also black, which in the wingtard mind means not only a free pass but a total incapacity for self/impulse control and good judgment.

Damn, we’re really going through every single one of the leftards’ common psychological issues here, aren’t we. The above, of course, is what is called “projection.”

Dan Someone said,
June 26, 2007 at 15:12

This may not be the most disturbing thing in that Misha thread — I didn’t really read the comments past this one — but it’s fucked up. In response to the long comment from the guy who takes pictures of dead women (presumably, hopefully, at autopsies), Misha himself writes:

Damn, Sig!

Now I really need the applauding smiley!

and a cigarette!

(Emphasis added.) This in response to a thread characterized by descriptions of dead, mutilated women being carved up by their dangerous boyfriends and later the medical examiner.

No, you twit, but if it helps you sleep worse at night, by all means hold on to that failure to comprehend. It would make my entire day to know that somewhere, some drooling leftard is wetting his rubber sheets every night.

It was in response to a righteous rant about the dangers of the “in your face, I’ll do whatever the fuck I want” lifestyle. By the way, I, too, have seen the consequences of that particularly idiotic way of fucking up your own life (as you would have known if you’d read on a couple of posts but, then again, that would also have served to explain what the cigarette comment was actually in response to), and it’s not pretty. Not pretty at all. But hey, the sliced and diced, rotting piece of meat on the stainless steel table sure did stick it to those evil, judgmental, control freak Reichwingers, right?

Jillian said,
June 26, 2007 at 16:14

Quoth Misha:

It’s not your fault if you’re raped going down a back alley downtown in the middle of the night dressed only in a bikini, but let’s be honest here; you shouldn’t be fucking surprised either.

Translation: Women who behave a certain way should just expect to be raped, because expecting men to just NOT BE RAPISTS is setting the bar too high.

Actually, Jillian, it is. Walking around in the slums in your best suit at night, carrying a fistful of cash in each hand, expecting nobody to ever want to hurt you to take your money is also setting the bar too high. Leaving the door to your house unlocked when you leave in the morning, expecting that no human being alive would ever walk in and help themselves to your belongings too.

You see, Jillian, humans are assholes. I know, it’s hard to face, but that’s the way it’s always been, and by “always” I mean “since the dawn of time.”

Some of us have learned to accept that. That’s why we pass laws, for instance. Because expecting nobody to ever commit murder is also “setting the bar too high.” Stupidly high, I might add. Oh how I’d wish that we lived in a world where you could expect every single soul in it to behave in an honest, upright, generous and kind fashion, but I long ago learned that we don’t. Which is why I deal with the reality that we have by taking precautions against bad outcomes.

Funny, one would think that a member of the “reality-based” community would have the first fucking clue about said reality. And one would be terribly wrong.

Wally Whateley said,
June 26, 2007 at 17:05

What gets me — right now, I suspect that CNN is strongly considering giving Riehl his own talk show. Because he “speaks to the American soul” or some such bullshit.

Hell, I suspect that, given a choice between interviewing Misha and interviewing Glenn Greenwald, they’d pick Misha in a heartbeat.

They just might, if for no other reason than trying to avoid the liability lawsuits that will inevitably follow as Gleen Greenwald(s) induces comas in 97% of their viewers.

And there’s more, much more, but I’m getting bored, so by all means venture over there if you want to see a leftard zoo laugh riot. Just remember your Brain Bleach™.

65 Responses to “And Now… Leftards!”
  1. Rat Patrol Comment by Rat Patrol

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    First?!?! Woohoo!

    As a proud and loyal feces-flinging chimp, I take severe umbrage to being compared to a “leftard”. [-P

  2. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    Interesting that the self-pleasuring, amorally superior bigots over there at that site are the ones who use terms like darky….all while they call US racists.

    Interesting indeed

    It’s also interesting that the last line in the post refers to the murder victim as a dead slut. Such compassion from the libtard brown shirts.

  3. Fuzzhead Comment by Fuzzhead

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    Wow. Those kids really have a problem with reading comprehension. Or they’re pretending to be lunatics on purpose. It’s like Straw-Man-O-Rama.

    People point out that certain types of lifestyle tend to result in certain unpleasant consequences, and suddenly those people are racist, misogynist tyrants.

    We say 1+1=2 and they start shrieking and frothing at the mouth that we’re saying 3+5=184.

    Personally, since I haven’t seen any pictures of the participants in the orgy of decadence and stupidity, I don’t think I even knew that the killer was a “darkie” until our tolerant collectivist friends pointed it out. (Who is it that keeps bringing up race? Obsessively. Compulsively. Pathologically.)

    >Women who behave a certain way should just expect to be raped

    So people who put their hands into a fire shouldn’t expect to be burned? People who hop into a cage with a hungry lion shouldn’t expect to get eaten? People who run out in front of the targets at a shooting range shouldn’t expect to get shot? Again, as just about everybody has said over and over and over again, this isn’t saying that people who did those things deserved it, just that they should have expected it.

    Certain types of behavior usually result in certain types of consequences. It’s a pretty simple concept, but there seem to be a lot of people who just can’t comprehend it.

    Maybe it’s not postmodern enough for them.

    It’s clearly not permissive enough for them.

  4. JanetMae Comment by JanetMae

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    I can’t go over there. I read enough in the post above.

    This struck me, though:

    Knowing what other people think better than they know themselves must be such a wicked, awesome power to have. I bet you’re a hit at parties. Do you do card tricks as well?

    This seems to be a prevalent characteristic among the leftards. Making silly assertions about what, “we,” believe. They often have to ignore what we actually say and project their own assumptions into what we say in order to (mis)interpret it to mean what they BELIEVE we think.

    And what pisses me off the most is that Riehl and Misha are here wagging their piggish little fingers at such women for “poor impulse control” … when in fact it’s these same clowns who vote to cut government funds for places like La Casa.

    I don’t recall ever voting to cut funding to a shelter for abused women, but, gee, he says I did so…

    What actually does surprise me about this cabal of misconstruing turds, is that they actually were deluded enough to interpret the post and the comments as giving the murderous bastard a, “pass.”

    You really can’t have any reading comprehension whatsoever to interpret it that way.

    Wait! Did I say I was surprised? Never mind.

  5. JanetMae Comment by JanetMae

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    The liberal mind at work:

    My point is that if someone in this mess has poor impulse control and/or poor judgement, I really think it’s Bobby Cutts, not Jessie Davis. He had a son with Davis, then made another child with her, while still married to his wife Kelly (with whom he had a daughter), for cryin’ out loud.

    Why does it need to be one or the other, with poor judgment? Are things so, “black and white,” in your world? Where is your, “nuance?” Was it only Bobby Cutts’ bad decisions and lack of impulse control that led to one out-of-wedlock child and another one on the way?

    I. Don’t. Think. So.

  6. Fuzzhead Comment by Fuzzhead

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    >Why does it need to be one or the other

    Because if both are recognized as being bad, the whole Cult of Victimhood won’t stand.

  7. franksalterego Comment by franksalterego

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    Liberals should stick to playing Musical Butt-Plugs, instead of playing the Race-Card.

  8. Unregistered Comment by physicsgeek

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    Misha, I don’t know how you can stand to read these knuckleheads. Seriously, I feel my IQ lowering simply due to the limited exposure I get to their idiotic droolings here. I realize that your our liege lord and all, but I worry that the scribblings of those dullards will give you brain damage.

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    I think that the reason why no one ranted about Cutts, is because having children with 3 different women not your wife, then murdering one of them speaks for itself. Especially since he’s a cop and supposedly held to a higher standard.

    It’s the sanity of the woman who would want to hook up with someone like that that was questioned.

    I try to teach my children, not just my daughter, that you don’t put yourself in the position of becoming a victim. It’s not always possible to prevent, but why put a target on yourself?

    Every time I head about a girl who was raped or murdered while walking across campus at 3am, I take the time to point out to my kids how stupid that is. Walk in groups, use the campus escort service, call a friend for a ride. Use some common sense! How is this different than telling small children to look both ways before crossing the street or not to talk to strangers? Does safety and common sense not apply to adults?

    And don’t hook up with some low-life scum, it will probably ruin your life in one way or another.

    As for the moonbats with their accusations of racism, race has nothing to do with it. Cutts would have been just as evil had he been white and the woman would have been just as foolish had she been black. In the little story I related about the immoral cops, deputy, and attorney that got an innocent mother killed because they couldn’t keep their pants zipped, they are all white and all just as despicable.

    And the pregnant 15-year-old? Kids make stupid mistakes and some have to learn the hard way. It’s called facing the consequences of your actions. That doesn’t mean you compound the problem by killing the baby. If you really can’t handle it, give it up for adoption.

  10. Tom Doniphon Comment by Tom Doniphon

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    I think that the reason why no one ranted about Cutts, is because having children with 3 different women not your wife, then murdering one of them speaks for itself. Especially since he’s a cop and supposedly held to a higher standard.

    That’s absolutely the reason (though I can only speak for myself) - there’s no controversy, nothing to discuss. “the guy was a piece of shit” “yup” “uh huh”, “right on”… case closed

    The far more interesting part was the media’s portrayal of her as St. Jessie.

    Misha, I don’t know how you can stand to read these knuckleheads. Seriously, I feel my IQ lowering simply due to the limited exposure I get to their idiotic droolings here. I realize that your our liege lord and all, but I worry that the scribblings of those dullards will give you brain damage.

    You said it, man. I started going into scan-mode myself, about a quarter the way through to mitigate the damage. Someone needs to put the window-lickers back on the short bus where they belong (preferrably somewhere a good distance away from a computer).

  11. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu

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    Certain types of behavior usually result in certain types of consequences. It’s a pretty simple concept, but there seem to be a lot of people who just can’t comprehend it.

    Maybe it’s not postmodern enough for them.

    It’s clearly not permissive enough for them.

    Possibly it wasn’t deep enough, nuanced enough, or intellectual enough for them, Fuzzhead. Put it in multisyllabic words and call it women’s literature. Then you can attract whole herds of them to study and discuss it.

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    I recall that back when the so-called, Women’s movement, began, the whole idea was that there was a double standard regarding men and women. Men, you see, could be unfaithful to their wives, and women were supposed to expect it, and to tolerate it.

    Well, instead of holding the men accountable for their unfaithfulness, the women wanted the same freedom to screw around that the men had. Now they have that same freedom as men.

    Has this improved things for women? Or has it done just the opposite?

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    So people who put their hands into a fire shouldn’t expect to be burned? People who hop into a cage with a hungry lion shouldn’t expect to get eaten? People who run out in front of the targets at a shooting range shouldn’t expect to get shot? Again, as just about everybody has said over and over and over again, this isn’t saying that people who did those things deserved it, just that they should have expected it.

    Certain types of behavior usually result in certain types of consequences. It’s a pretty simple concept, but there seem to be a lot of people who just can’t comprehend it.

    What? That’s crazy talk! Actions have consequences? We should take personal responsibility for our actions and possibly take precautions against others who might not behave properly?

    What novel concepts!! The insanity!!

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    Bingo Fuzzhead!

    Because if both are recognized as being bad, the whole Cult of Victimhood won’t stand.

    Freakin’ nailed it.
    I just waisted enough time over there to see that there are simply no explorations of solutions, feasible suggestions (outside of rhetorically stupid) or any indication of a single one having any solid comprehansion of what they read in the response they scrib.
    Big disconnect.
    Once the circular logic, strawmen, the irrelevant and non-sequitur, the stupid misconceptions residual from their reading and comprehension inabilities are pared away,, all that’s left is a few nail-clippings embedded in the wall-plaster.
    You’ve touched them, Misha!

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    I had to stop reading. It seems like the liturds were all saying that no matter how many stupid choices you made in your life nothing is your fault. If you are walking around dressed like a slut and under the influence of alcohol and are raped it is not your fault. If you make babies with someone (I don’t care what color he is) who is married and making babies with other women and has a history of abuse and you are murdered none of the blame lies with you. Notice I said none of the blame, nobody deserves to be murdered but she is setting herself up to be murdered.

    They also seemed to latch onto the discription of mixed race children not being accepted into either race. This is unfortunately true. The poster did not say that these kids were inferior or unworthy but that they had a harder road to hoe than someone who is not biracial. As for animal husbandry, I raise dogs and have a female who is very overbred, she is a rare color and all her breeders cared about was getting the lightest color possible. I bred her to a male who is the same color but not as overbred for coat color. The puppies are very tiny at 8 weeks and one died of strange neurological problems 2 weeks ago. But dogs are not humans, it is true in the animal kingdom that if the animal is different then the others will gang up on it.

  16. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Expecting leftards to read the plain written word, make some cognitive effort, pull their collective heads out of their collective asses (eeeeeewwwwwww!) and UNDERSTAND the point of the fucking post is setting the bar too high . . .

    TRANSLATION: Leftards are STOOPID. And sadlyblow sucks.

    Idiots, studying to be Morons, and failing the course. Badly.

  17. Unregistered Comment by Red Neckerson

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    After a long, LONG time investigating crimes and cleaning up other people’s shit I noticed there is invariably a group of people who will always be victims, over and over again. Sociologists talk about being trapped in a cycle of despondency or other such crap. It’s idiotic. People walk around with bulls-eyes on their backs because they have become prey.

    Too fucking stupid to realize that they are their own worst enemies, when given the choice between two courses of action they will generally choose the one that is the most self-destructive. If they make a smart choice, they will somehow make up for it on their next one.

    Ran into a woman years ago who was in physically abusive relationships with three different men and couldn’t figure out why. One of them ultimately killed her and no one was really surprised. Oh, we put the guy in prison and all, but even years before we could see her violent death was inevitable. And the cops around this woman could probably see the same thing. Already dead inside, but waiting for the right opportunity to lay down and start cooling.

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    I can’t really see much of the comments due to the burnt straw flying around. This has to be one of the best beat downs I’ve seen on this site. Just amazing.

    The key to the nanny-state is the “cult of victimhood” It goes hand in hand. Personal responsibility leads to self reliance and well we can’t allow that.

    That post should have been entitled: Liberal Strawman, Gas and Matches. Some Misha required.

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    Misha,
    Ya know, if it wasn’t for the idiots of the world, the web would be a mighty dull place.

    Thank you idiots.

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    Too fucking stupid to realize that they are their own worst enemies, when given the choice between two courses of action they will generally choose the one that is the most self-destructive. If they make a smart choice, they will somehow make up for it on their next one.

    I think you just summed up Congress.

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    After a long, LONG time investigating crimes and cleaning up other people’s shit I noticed there is invariably a group of people who will always be victims, over and over again.

    Too true. If these ‘victims’ actually get up and leave one abusive situation, they turn around and put themselves into another. I used to think that if you just helped them see the options they had to help themselves they would change course but it doesn’t happen. Every option is met with a counter, every chance to escape is ignored. You can’t help but feel sorry for people like that but sometimes you just have to give up, if for no other reason than your own sanity.

    Sometimes you have to do a little triage. It may seem cold-hearted not to try to help someone but you shouldn’t let someone who will never benefit drain you to the point you can’t help someone who might really be able to change. There is only so much one person can do.

    As for the leftards who look at what is said, ignore it and infer what they think is said, they often provide amusement but rarely is anything gained by trying to have intellectual intercourse with them.

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    Good Evening,

    After reading Misha I posts about the comments over at SadlyNo, I decided to go over and shut them up.

    It only took 43 minutes to stop the entire comments section cold.

    ********************************************************************************

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 22:57

    I think we can all agree that having an affair, cheating on someone that trusts us, is not appropriate behaviour.

    It matters not what color people are, it only matters that there is now a murderer, and a dead person, and children without parents, because of an affair.

    Lesly said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:00

    Placing yourself in a position that invites a violent reaction is obviously (to most non-cowboys) more dangerous than engaging in less provocative behavior. Sure, you could get killed eating dinner with tigrismus, but the likelihood is much reduced.
    What the hell are you saying? At what point do women cease placing themselves in violent situations? Davis had a two-year old son with that guy not to mention he was a cop for Chrissake. Would Davis have progressed from provocative woman to reformed slut the moment her murderer was legally able to slide a ring on her wedding finger? You’d think marriage was a cure all for domestic murder.

    Did this cheating husband deserve to get run over?

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:02

    Lesly,

    No, but if he had NOT been cheating, he would NOT have gotten ran over.

    Jillian said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:04

    At what point do women cease placing themselves in violent situations?

    Apparently, this happens when women cease fucking men, Lesly. Like I said, it amazes the hell out of me that straight men would make this argument, but there you have it. The only way for women to be safe around men is to NOT be around men.

    RodeoBob said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:04

    Oh TJ, you wacky nutjob you!

    The question is a matter of degrees…Placing yourself in a position that invites a violent reaction is obviously (to most non-cowboys) more dangerous than engaging in less provocative behavior.

    Oh sure! Just like driving a car “invites” a more violent reaction from other drivers than hiding in a basement, or how eating with a knife and fork is “more dangerous” than living on oatmeal sucked through a straw. Sure, there’s a real risk you might lobotomize yourself with your fork (best check the mirror for head wounds TJ!) but most folks wouldn’t consider it “risky” behavior, and I don’t think any sane person would suggest the choice of cutlery created a “dangerous situation”…

    I think the key to your derangement here is that magic word “invites”…

    When I go out & drive my car, I know there’s a risk some bat-shit crazy person with a fork sticking out of his forehead might just decide to ram his mother’s Pontiac into me because he hates the color of my car. And even if some deranged, lobotomized contrarian decides to t-bone my vehicle at the stoplight, I feel pretty confident that my insurance company isn’t going to say “well, you were driving, so really, in a way, you invited that crazy S.O.B. to hit you. If you had just stayed at home, locked all the doors and stayed away from the windows, then if Mr. Fork-in-the-Frontal-Lobe had crashed into your house, it wouldn’t be at all your fault. Except for your choice of where to live…”

    Also, did you imply that “consensual, adult relationships” are never wrong?

    Mmmm, I love the smell of straw men in the morning! Smells like wing-nuttery!

    No TJ, I implied that having consensual, adult relationships does not, to a rational adult, constitute “putting oneself in a dangerous position”, nor does it “clearly contribute to” any kind of murder. I’ll even go so far as to say having consensual sex with another adult does not “invite” any sort of bodily harm, any more than walking down the street in broad daylight “invites” physical assault.

    Apparently “placing yourself in a position that invites a violent reaction” is the new jargon for “in the wrong part of town/dressed like a slut”. Apparently my phrasing of “bitch had it coming” was slightly off… it should have been “bitch brought it on herself”, right?

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:06

    Lesly,

    would you agree?

    Cheapshot911 said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:07

    What do YOU do to your significant other when they provoke a “violent response” in YOU?

    ‘Never do. Why do you feel provocation is such an important part of romance?
    Intentional provocation is considered supremely stupid around here.
    Most folks on this street are armed, everyone is very polite.

    Never provoke unless you know exactly how far the other is willing to take it, and are prepared to deal with it, or unless you have the offset coupon.

    Jillian said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:09

    Ken, your argument doesn’t pass Intro to Logic muster. Specifically, it’s a logical fallacy called Denying the Antecedent. Your conclusion just does not follow.

    Specifically, in real world situations, the reason it fails is because people who will kill are people who ultimately don’t need an excuse to kill. I’m sure everybody here knows someone who has been cheated on in a relationship that did not then go on to kill the cheater. It follows, then, that cheating is not what causes killing - especially because the VAST number of people who get cheated on NEVER kill.

    You are just trying to justify the unjustifiable.

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:12

    Jillian,

    I am not justifying anything.

    I stated a fact, actually 2.

    1: If Davis was not having an affair with the cop, she would not be his murder victim.

    2: If the man did not cheat on his wife in Lesly’s post, he would not have gotten ran over.

    It’s simple, it’s true. You cannot reason away those facts.

    mikey said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:13

    it only matters that there is now a murderer, and a dead person, and children without parents, because of an affair.

    Look, dickweed. I just don’t see how hard this is to understand. She’s not fucking dead because of an affair. She’s dead because a sociopath decided to fucking KILL her. Whether she had an affair, or did drugs, or drove too fast, or had unlicensed dogs, these are not the reason for her untimely death.

    Idiotboy. Lots of people have affairs. Most of the time they don’t kill anyone. In fact, killing someone is hardly ever the chosen solution, despite what you may read in the papers.

    But try to get this through your stupid head. When someone kills you, it in no way is YOUR fault. It is 100% their fault unless you paid them to kill you. Anytime you start imputing guilt on the victim of a homicide, I’m pretty sure what your telling us has a lot more to do with the person you are than the person who was killed…

    mikey

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:16

    Mikey,

    Calling people names means you have a small penis.

    I stated a fact, simple. If she did not have that affair, she would not have been killed by him.

    Simple.

    Argue about other affairs all you like, but you know I am right.

    tigrismus said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:17

    Sure, you could get killed eating dinner with tigrismus, but the likelihood is much reduced.

    Likelihood of getting killed much reduced? *snort* shows what you know. Oh, you meant by violence.

    Jillian said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:17

    I am not justifying anything.

    I stated a fact, actually 2.

    1: If Davis was not having an affair with the cop, she would not be his murder victim.

    2: If the man did not cheat on his wife in Lesly’s post, he would not have gotten ran over.

    Wow, Ken…that’s some crystal ball you have there.

    You know for a fact that this guy never would have killed his girlfriend under any other circumstances? How do you know that? They had been dating each other for a few years at the point of her death…..how can you be so certain that nothing would have ever happened to make him kill her?

    Or are you just saying that women should never date divorcees? Or perhaps you’re saying that women should just never date men? Help me out here.

    mikey said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:18

    What, you look in my windows at night, assclown?

    What you stated was conjecture. Lets go this way. If what you stated is a fact, prove it. Prove that he wouldn’t have ended up killing her for another reason. You can’t do it, so shove your bullshit “facts” up your ass, big boy…

    mikey

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:19

    Jillian,

    Affairs routinely cause violence, hence the court appointed phrase “crimes of passion”

    Maybe you are forgetting that he was married?

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:20

    Mikey,

    Your penis is still shrinking…

    Mike, he was married, if she chose not to have sex with a married man, he would have never been at her house in the first place.

    I win.

    mikey said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:21

    Y’know, I just ate. And this piece of runny shit is gonna keep justifying cold blooded murder ’cause he seems to think that It’s OK if you’re a married guy or something, I can’t quite figure out all of the sources of justification he’s using. So I’m gonna bail, cause this prick makes me genuinely ill…

    mikey

    Righteous Bubba said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:23

    I stated a fact, simple. If she did not have that affair, she would not have been killed by him.

    This is so fabulously dense. Affairs are neither here nor there.

    tigrismus said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:23

    Ken, be sure to keep your eye out for these future murderers.

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:24

    Mikey,

    Mike, he deserves to die a horrible death, so, I am not sure what fantasy world you are living in.

    Switching topics whilst losing an argument is not noble. Go and eat.

    Enjoy :)

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:26

    Tigris,

    Cheating on people creates violence, sometimes murder. Even Democrats murder due to infidelity.

    Would you not agree?

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:27

    If I did not know better, it seems you guys all think cheating is a harmless sport?

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:28

    Bubba,

    You know I am right. If she was not having an affair with the cop, he would not have killed her.

    Just admit it, and be a man

    Patkin said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:31

    No, water polo is a harmless sport.

    And I don’t agree with any of your other assertions, because they’re wrong.

    Blog of the Moderate Left » The Killer in Me is the Killer in You said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:31

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    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:32

    Patkin,

    Tell me exactly where I am wrong, paste my quote, and break it out for me please

    Patkin said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:33

    No.

    Ken said,

    June 26, 2007 at 23:39

    Exactly,

    All of you guys are wrong, and you all know it.

    Thank you for the excercise in pointing that out,

    Notice how I showed all of you simply where you all went wrong, and nothing could be said in your defense aside from some name calling and links to unrelated murders that have nothig to do with my point.

    Look people, do not have affairs. You know they are wrong, so why act all stupid about it.

    It is shocking to see so many people unable to admit a simple thing like that.

    You all have a nice evening, I enjoyed talking with you.

    Ken

  23. L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter Comment by L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter

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    Let me begin with a quote from von Clausewitz: “War is the breakdown of political negotiation.”

    If true, these United States are in the midst of another Civil War. There are cities that scoff at the law. The states they are in fail to require these cities to uphold the law. These states are complicit in breaking the law. Indeed the federal government has been silent as well. The rule of law no longer exists. Federal judges are no longer approved by Congress for their knowledge of the law and the Constitution, but rather, interrogated for their positions on issues that may come before them.

    We have in this country, people that wish its downfall and failure. From the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, thru the new immigration Act, to taxation, every significant action by Democrats is aimed at placing as much pressure on our Capitalist system as possible. Everything they propose requires a new tax. At some point this taxation becomes so burdensome as to place our way of live in jeopardy.

    The level of hostility has reached a fever pitch, while leftists of every stripe cavort with Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez. The latter has the audacity to call a President of the United States “the devil”, then whistle off to cavort with Iranian President Amadinnerjacket. Nothing was said by the left. Nancy Pelosi attempted to go to Syrian and speak for the Israeli’s and nothing was said.

    The media, who have disclosed the vulnerabilities of our body armour, our tactics of listening to their satellite phones, and following their money trail, have committed Treason. But laws no longer have meaning.

    It is time to part.

    The Declaration of Independence:

    “When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth…”

    “That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it”

    I submit the political bands that tie us have dissolved. There can be no reconciliation.

    To this end, certain this must happen:

    1) Each state will vote to stay in this Union or join another. In the alternative, split the nation 25 states each.
    2) Each person (including corporations) will have five years to enter either Union free from taxation or other molestation by the Union they are leaving.
    3) All assets are to be split equitably. As this would include military assets, our troops will need to come home unless the Leftist States of America will support further action.

    To butcher the words of Sam Adams:

    If you love socialism greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home and leave us in peace. We seek not your council, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.

  24. TJ's Anti-Contrarian Blog Comment by TJ's Anti-Contrarian Blog

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    I had to visit and leave a few comments. Sorry, couldn’t help myself.

    Maybe if I had typed in language of “touchy-feely” they might have caught on. Nawwww, they’re too busy thinking of ways to blame Bush for this chick getting whacked.

  25. SoldierInGodsArmy Comment by SoldierInGodsArmy

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    Well done TJ

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    Only a fool would think this is about race!
    Last I checked WE ALL bleed red, last I checked WE ALL think that murder is wrong, last I checked WE ALL are equally offended over the horrific nature of this crime, last I checked WE ALL would volunteer to off this POS!
    If anything Race played a card at letting this POS NOT-COP to continue carrying a badge due to the PC-sensitive nature of his being BLACK. And having been KID-GLOVED by the same process that gave him a badge.
    He was a criminal long before he murdered, and should have been subjected to COLOR-BLIND justice on several occasions prior.
    If anything by making this a racial issue you just serve to flag/increase the already elevated hostilities of race relations.
    Smooth fuckin’ move dumbasses! What do you do for an encore???

  27. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Mope
    Boy, I haven’t read Clausewitz in years. Your post frightened me way more than any of the stupid posts from that other site, although it was much better written and analytical (I am starting to understand where the term leftard comes from). I get a little anxious when people want to overthrow the government.

    This country has survived many episodes of diviveness with different parties in Congress and the White House. The country has blundered along, constantly adjusting its ideology. It’s really not the end of the world right now. Things get a little more divisive during wartime.

    If there is no rule of law, why would I be arrested if I drove drunk? You’ll find very few people enamored of Castro these days, although maybe there is some support for Chavez. (He’s negotiating to buy 5 Russian subs by the way). The Democrats have a strong interest in keeping capitalism alive. The party leaders are wealthy and need their income from their stock portfolios. And the citizens mostly want to keep their jobs. It’s a very small minority in this country that want a dictatorship of the proletariat (yuch!).

    You abscribe the wars as part of the Democratic plan to bankrupt capitalism. That would imply that Democrats are in favor of these wars (a fair amount are), when they are facing huge criticism from the right for wanting to bring the troops home. Would that not save money and be a good thing according to your analysis, since it would be saving money? Yet I suspect you would ascribe such a view as treasonous. (Once again, I favor keeping the troops there.) [Actually, you did suggest bringing them home to divide up assets]

    Obviously you have thought out your positions and feel strongly about them, so a few sentences will have no effect on them, yet I feel like arguing some points.

    There are probably a bunch of posts since then, since I take so long to compose mine.

    Misha
    You deserve better!

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    SoldierInGodsArmy
    Good job! You rule!

  29. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    TJ
    I’m sorry I was confused and misunderstood who had posted. Good job!

  30. L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter Comment by L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter

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    psychochick

    Your post frightened me way more than any of the stupid posts from that other site, although it was much better written and analytical (I am starting to understand where the term leftard comes from). I get a little anxious when people want to overthrow the government.

    I wasn’t speaking of overthrow, but rather succession.

    Things get a little more divisive during wartime.

    Politics should end at the water’s edge.

    If there is no rule of law, why would I be arrested if I drove drunk?

    Revenue. If Drunk Drivers were hanged then their revenue source would dry up.

    The Democrats have a strong interest in keeping capitalism alive.

    Indeed. Exactly the point of my comment. Socialism cannot survive without capitalism. The 25 proposed socialist states would be as broke as North Korea in a matter of monthes.

    And the citizens mostly want to keep their jobs.

    Note, please, butchered quote.

    It’s a very small minority in this country that want a dictatorship of the proletariat (yuch!).

    I submit nearly 50 percent voted for Kerry.

    You abscribe the wars as part of the Democratic plan to bankrupt capitalism.

    This war is not plural. And no, I am saying the democrats are against this war to prolong it.

    when they are facing huge criticism from the right for wanting to bring the troops home.

    And I am saying we have a fight right here to finish.

    Would that not save money and be a good thing according to your analysis, since it would be saving money?

    No. The head choppers make no distinction between Capitalist and socialist. Money has nothing to do with it.

    …yet I feel like arguing some points.

    Have at it.

  31. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Mope
    Thank you for your civil reply! Give a gal a break for a butchered quote! Most of my writing holds up well.

    Yes, the jihadists could care less if the Americans are capitalist or socialist. However, you did make a statement listing several items that the Democrats were using to bankrupt capitalism, and one of them was the war. To me that implied that you did not favor an on-going war. That’s also a very odd statement to me, since the A war and the I war (and now the AI war) were both started by a Republican administration. How is that the Democrats’ fault for the money being spent on the war? I fail to see the logic.

    It seems like the capitalists would like the amnesty bill, since they would get cheap labor. However, it seems bad for the country to have so many citizens thrown out of work.

    I voted for John Kerry, who was actually a veteran (and the Swift boat people can burn in hell, although John McCain has hired them.) I did not vote to have the country turned into a communist/hardcore socialist country; that’s not what his platform was about. And face it, those people (C/S) are so fringe. They haven’t had any significant following for decades.

    —I just got out of the hospital a few days ago and am starting to burn out. I’m just going to post what I have written. I will keep an eye out in case you reply. This is wonderful–I love discussing alternate viewpoints.

  32. hitnrun Comment by hitnrun

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    Basically, if a crime involves racial disparity or notable background distinction among any of the principals, it must be remarked upon by polite liberals. Not offering a soothing mitigator when writing about people of different races or classes is impolite, as it marks the writer as insensitive to the possible larger issues (at best) or unconsciously biased by racism, classism, sexism, colonialism, imperialism, Dadaism, neodeconstructionism, or whatever’s fashionable today.

    This is how we arrive at such liberal triumphs as Duke Lacrosse, the O.J. Simpson Trial, and countless trials of black-on-white criminals (as well as the statistically nonexistant trials of white-on-black criminals) across the country.

  33. HarleyRace (Ima Dumbfuck!) Comment by HarleyRace (Ima Dumbfuck!)

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    Again, if miscenegation wasnt involved, the corporate right wing media would bury this story because this supposed incident discourages racism!

  34. Unregistered Comment by qsilver

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    The beauty of it is, I don’t think the media coverage had a damn thing to do with race. I sure never heard he was black. (”Bobby Cutts” just SCREAMS black to you? Not to me. Now had they had something like “Mujawaha Kallawai” or some screwed up impossible to pronounce or spell made up name… That might be different.) No, I think they want to town on this because he’s a cop. See, this allowed them to point out that just because someone has a badge doesn’t mean they are good. All cops are bad, just like this Cutts guy. So just because someone else is a known felon, it’s OK to sleep with them, because even COPS are killers sometimes!

    On the other hand, I love how everyone is out there screaming “Don’t blame the victim!” And yet, my local (usually liberal surprise surprise) newspaper just yesterday had this to say about the victims of malicious prosecution in the Duke Lacrosse case:

    Durham County, N.C., District Attorney Mike Nifong can no longer practice law in North Carolina. The prosecutor who recklessly accused Reade Seligmann, Collin Finnerty and Dave Evans of raping a stripper at a Duke University lacrosse team party has resigned. But the wrongs this prosecutor inflicted on the three college students don’t erase their own responsibility for putting themselves in a compromising situation…

    And…

    Despite Mike Nifong’s outrageous behavior, the Duke University lacrosse players bear responsibility for putting themselves in a bad position.

    And…

    It’s just as clear these three Duke studentathletes put themselves in a bad place by attending a party at which underage students were served alcohol, and strippers were invited to entertain partygoers.
    While their presence at such a party certainly didn’t justify Nifong’s outrageous conduct, the young men and their teammates should never have been there.

    And…

    Yes, there is no question that what happened to them was terrible and unfair. But they do bear responsibility for placing themselves in this compromising situation.
    Let it also serve as a cautionary tale to every college student.

    So apparently… You CAN blame the victim, if the perp is a black female stripper, and the victim is a white rich male. You bear responsibility for your actions! IF you are a white male. And yet people that would have read that article in the Erie Times News and agreed with every word would condemn you for making the same observation about a female victim. You’re just lucky she’s white. If she was black, they’d be measuring the rope to find a high enough tree to hang you from.

  35. L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter Comment by L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter

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    However, you did make a statement listing several items that the Democrats were using to bankrupt capitalism, and one of them was the war. To me that implied that you did not favor an on-going war.

    You need to reread that.

    That’s also a very odd statement to me, since the A war and the I war (and now the AI war) were both started by a Republican administration. How is that the Democrats’ fault for the money being spent on the war? I fail to see the logic.

    You should reread this statement. Do you really believe this war was started by a republican administration? Further, as I told you previously, it’s not about money. If the democrats had supported the war it would have been over three years ago.

    It seems like the capitalists would like the amnesty bill, since they would get cheap labor. However, it seems bad for the country to have so many citizens thrown out of work.

    It’s a bad bill because it dilutes my vote.

    I voted for John Kerry, who was actually a veteran (and the Swift boat people can burn in hell, although John McCain has hired them.) I did not vote to have the country turned into a communist/hardcore socialist country; that’s not what his platform was about. And face it, those people (C/S) are so fringe. They haven’t had any significant following for decades.

    Um-Yeah.

    —I just got out of the hospital a few days ago and am starting to burn out. I’m just going to post what I have written. I will keep an eye out in case you reply. This is wonderful–I love discussing alternate viewpoints.

    Alternate? Whatever.

    Hope you feel better. I hear lobotomies don’t hurt much.

  36. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    I voted for John Kerry, who was actually a veteran (and the Swift boat people can burn in hell…

    Funny thing. The vast majority of those of us who served honorably in Vietnam take vehement exception to Kerry’s sweeping characterization of us as pillagers, murderers, baby rapers and genitalia electricians. We are also very grateful to the Swiftees for shining the light of truth on that duplicitous cockroach.

  37. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    Many of us are actually vets. I support the swifties and their work. I never got a purple hurt and I got hurt worse than that asshole ever did. Strange things can happen on aircraft elevators. My friend got killed in ‘Nam…no medals, just a casket. None of the vets I know ever came close to pulling the stunts Kerry did. Then that son of a bitch throws medals over a fence? Accuses vets of being baby killers and the like. FUCK HIM!!! I knew Kerry had blown the election when he reported for duty on TV. I came out of my chair at home, swearing like a…well, sailor. He and the democrats earned my undying emnity seeking to use the vets to get elected….after what I remember living through what they did to those coming home so long ago…….

  38. Spartan24 Comment by Spartan24

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    Kerry managed to get out of the war by getting “injured” enough times to get sent home.

  39. Fuzzhead Comment by Fuzzhead

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    >that’s not what his platform was about.

    Um, yes it was.

    >And face it, those people (C/S) are so fringe. They haven’t had any significant following for decades

    Have you ever read the list of the 45 goals of Communism that were included in the Congressional Record in 1963? (You can find them posted all over the place on the Internet, but here is one location. Unfortunately, most of them have already been accomplished.) Have you ever read the Democratic Party platform? Have you ever noticed that you could switch titles between the two and nobody would notice?

  40. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    hitnrun
    “such liberal triumphs as Duke Lacrosse, the O.J. Simpson”

    you are showing your zealotry by this comment. These verdicts were viewed with outrage across the board. Gee, one group of people was horribly slandered and had a DA withhold evidence about their innocence. The other guy was a wealthy, famous cold-blooded murderer who got off because he was rich. What a triumph!

  41. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Fuzzhead
    Thanks I’ll follow up on the link.

    Mope
    Fuck you–I’ll make a point not to comment on your posts in the future.

    See–Fuzzhead is civil. I tend to listen to what he says and sometimes end up in agreement. Lobotomy comments will get you nowhere.

    No invective towards the veterans that feel betrayed by John Kerry. I’m sorry if I misunderstood his service in Vietnam.

  42. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Well, my post disappeared. I’ll repeat it.

    Mope
    fuck you–I’ll make it a point not to comment on any of your posts.

    see–fuzzhead is civil. I tend to listen to him and sometimes come to agreement. Lobotomy comments will get you nowhere

    fuzzhead
    Thanks I will check out that link

    No disrespect intended for the Vietnam vets. I’m sorry if Kerry mis-represented his role in Vietnam.

  43. Fuzzhead Comment by Fuzzhead

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    >fuzzhead is civil

    Well, I try to be, anyway!

  44. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    PS
    Your generous wisdom pearls, arranged so neatly for the swine, is the very definition of Grace.

    FrontalLobotomy? nope: Bottleinfrontofme
    Don’t let em’ take anything that doesn’t grow back..
    May the Dementia be with you.

  45. L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter Comment by L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter

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    Mope
    fuck you–I’ll make it a point not to comment on any of your posts.

    Thank God. I no longer have to concern myself with the reading comprehension level of my audience.

    Just think- in a few years, when you are old enough, maybe you’ll find a nice metrosexual man to fill your turkey baster and whammo… out will squirt a coward!

    Now run along, sweety, before the cookies burn.

    Alternate viewpoints…. Baaaa!

  46. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    I voted for John Kerry, who was actually a veteran (and the Swift boat people can burn in hell,

    They already did, and do.
    Losing a war is like that.

    Who couldn’t like al Qerry?
    He survived his own grenade attack, and his side won the war.

    And,, quit teasin’ Mope.

  47. Spartan24 Comment by Spartan24

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    PC– glad you are feeling better (I hope)

    While the Duke players certainly asked for trouble they did not deserve to get their reputations smeared all over the place. They will never get their good names back no matter what anyone might say.

  48. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    mope
    I think your problem (aside from being vicious) is that you do not want to deal with anyone who disagrees with you, which is bound to happen when you have such a bizarre argument.

    “I no longer have to concern myself with the reading comprehension level of my audience.”
    –Let’s just say I’ve gone as high as you can go in the sciences, without being hired as a professor. (Misha can verify. That’s kind of funny if you think I am some teenaged troll. Warped perception of reality?

    Just think- in a few years, when you are old enough,”
    –I’m 45 and will not have kids, but if I did have one, it would be raised to fight for liberty. “Out would pop a coward.”? Boy, you really are a joy to behold.

    Spartan
    I can’t agree with you more about the Duke players. There will always be an aura of suspicion around them. I think it’s tragic. I also see nothing wrong with them having been at a party with strippers.

    Thanks for your good wishes. I’m a lot better than I was going in. I was going to e-mail you about your intriguing dog comment. I’ll go into it then. I don’t want to tie up the thread.

  49. Unregistered Pingback by The limpwrists over at Sadly, No! » DEAR ANTI IDIOTARIAN ROTTWEILER DO YOU LIKE ME? ___ Y ___ N

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    […] Well, dear Sadly, No!* diary, I don’t want to jinx it, but…I think he might want to go steady. […]

  50. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Cheapshot
    I’m having bolding issues, so don’t take it personally if your name isn’t bolded.

    very interesting link–thanks!

    “PS
    Your generous wisdom pearls, arranged so neatly for the swine, is the very definition of Grace.”

    did you mean PC instead of PS? Or am I being overly sensitive again? I can’t see anybody that would be PS. I have no idea what your comment refers to. If I express an alternate opinion, I am viewed as trying to educate the “swine”? It’s not like that. If I viewed you all as swine, do you think I would spend my time here? If someone disagrees with me intellectually, I don’t view it as someone trying to be superior (except for a couple people). However, I expect disagreement, not comments about lobotomies or dementia. Great–I’ve lost large sections of my brain tonight. It’s precious to me–I need it all!

  51. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu

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    Spartan & PC: Again, it comes back to common sense. Got to watch who you hang out with because it might come back to bite you. I am not surprised at the rape accusation (given this woman’s history), and these people shouldn’t be either.

    However, I think everyone was surprised by the way it was handled. It should have never seen the light of the court room. Nobody deserves to be Nifonged.

  52. Unregistered Comment by suboptimal

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    Cutts is black? Hmmm… Searching for a reason why that’s important…

    Fornicate it, I just can’t find the relevance of that factoid against the fact that he killed a pregnant woman.

    She made bad choices, his were worse.

    Pray for the soul of the unborn child, may it sleep in His arms tonight.

    BTW, I’m a veteran. No purple hearts. No combat record at all. Anyone wanna vote for me? Pick an office, any office, any town or state, and write me in!

  53. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    kwongdzu
    I am going to ask you a total non-sequitor and then launch into a comment about Marxism. Is your avatar an Edward Gorey bird? You seem way too pleasant to be a battle-axe. Good luck with your daughter.

    I was reading the evil and despicable LAT, which I really like. They have an article today on how these Chinese college kids are forced to take a Marxism class that deals with Marx and Mao and how much they hate it. They read the paper and novels and listen to iPods during class. From what they said, even the Communist party leaders don’t really believe in Marxism anymore, but it’s in your interest still to belong.

  54. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte

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    Federal judges are no longer approved by Congress for their knowledge of the law and the Constitution, but rather, interrogated for their positions on issues that may come before them.

    Out of idle curiosity, I wonder who started that and when?

    Again, if miscenegation wasnt involved, the corporate right wing media would bury this story because this supposed incident discourages racism!

    Again, you prove yourself an idiot.

    Your generous wisdom pearls, arranged so neatly for the swine, is the very definition of Grace.

    This sentence is a thing of beauty. The subtly of the sarcasam… truly worthy of the Emperor himself. I am not being sarcastic either.

  55. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Cheapshot
    Now that I see Deathknyte’s summary of quotes, which could only belong to Harley, that’s what you were referring to! The PS thing threw me. Boy, if we ever meet, I owe you many large drinks. Are you part of the Florida crowd? Probably won’t ever make it down there. Isn’t it hot and humid with alligators roaming freely?

  56. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu

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    PC: Yes! It’s an Edward Gorey bird. I toyed with the unwanted guest thing (because it looks like a penguin and I have a soft spot for penguins), but settled on the kwongdzu because my nails grow way too fast:

    “The kwongdzu has enormous claws,
    Its character is full of flaws.”

    Of course, I could also gone with the Beastly Baby. Love that thing. Its feet were both left ones!

    I’d like to think I’m pleasant, but I’ve been called “intense”,”intimidating”,and “tenacious”. My favorite is “scary”, though, since that one came from my daughter’s boyfriend. I must not be too forbidding, however, since my son’s friends seem to want to hang out here all the time.

    So … what about your avatar? Where’d you get that?

  57. kwongdzu Comment by kwongdzu

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    have gone

  58. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    I never know where to post these things. I read the LAT late at night and am often struck by the amount of positive coverage about our efforts overseas. I always like to point out good MSM coverage.

    This is a creepy article about the US liberating a Sunni city that was heavily infiltrated with Al Queda (don’t have my magnifying glasses–can’t read the name of the city). The liberation is great. What is creepy is how tightly they had controlled the population.

    “Residents, who welcomed the soldiers with enthusiastic handshakes and trays of sodas, said the militants had loaded weapons into their cars and fled days earlier.”

  59. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    can’t read the name of the city

    It was “Baqubah“, Psychochick.

    Here’s a great quote by Colonel Stephen Townsend, commander of the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division.

    “There ain’t no capital of the Islamic State of Iraq anymore”

  60. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Mike M
    Yes, that’s the one! Sorry I didn’t do a link. It’s late at night, and I didn’t think anyone was home.

    You’re way too knowledgable. Are you over there?

  61. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    Are you over there?

    I’m not in Iraq, but I am behind enemy lines - in Oregon.

  62. psychochick Comment by psychochick

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    Mike M
    You’re such a comic! Oregon is some people’s dream destination.

    God, I shouldn’t tease you. I don’t even know you. I’m sure Oregon would be dreadful for a die-hard conservative.

  63. LC Scott Comment by LC Scott

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    psychochick
    You don’t know the half of it.
    Portland is commonly referred to as Moscow on the Willamette.

  64. Unregistered Comment by Jaan Doh

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    Advocating people make better choices is tantamount to, no wait it is, advocating they take responsibility for themselves and/or the consequences of their actions. Of course, no good(?) lefty douchebag (but I repeat myself) can let that happen.

    Unfortunately, I don’t know the answer. Arguing, debating, etc. these cocksuckers is like wrestling with pigs: You pig enjoys it, but all you get is muddy.

  65. Nanashi Comment by Nanashi

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    Ken, your argument doesn’t pass Intro to Logic muster. Specifically, it’s a logical fallacy called Denying the Antecedent. Your conclusion just does not follow.

    Which is worse, Denying the Antecedent (which inappropriately applied, anyway…just ask Keith Burgess-Jackson) once, or making all the other logical fallacies in the book the whole raison d’etre of your “argument”?

    Watching Jillian and all the other Riders of the Short Bus attempt “logic” is like watching a mouse try to swallow a python.