Well, at least finally we can move on. This is so much political bullshit it’s hard to know where to begin. Prosecutors always over-charge. That way they know the jury will consider lesser charges and manslaughter is probably the most likely. It was a strange presser to say the least. Corey was positively giddy with this announcement–like she was enjoying the publicity. What the fuck was it about this ‘praying with the family’ bullshit? Do your damn job and get on with it. Leave your feelings at the door.
This is a win-win for her right now. She’s a poltician and at some point will be up for re-election. My understanding is she’s taken some heat for her handling of cases involving minorities and isn’t popular. Is this a way to get back in the good graces of the minority community and win re-election? She charges Zimmerman with the max, tosses it to a jury and if they even go to acquit, she’s still off the hook. The Martins get their big pay day, which is what they wanted anyway, and the taxpayers get the shaft for the expense of this bullshit. Everyone wins…almost.
So now we know why this didn’t go to a grand jury. There would have been a no bill. Can’t let that happen. A mob would be ugly. So let’s cave to the mob. I have two words for Ms. Corey. Mike Nifong. And we know how that turned out.
I only wish some reporter would have had the balls to ask her if anyone in a law enforcement capacity was going to ever charge Mohammed with the NBPP for threatening a citizen?

I’ve read all I’m going to read about it. What’s going to happen at this point is just going to happen.
I will say this, thanks to the new media, the old media is having to backtrack on much of their early narrative. Who fed them that narrative is open to debate but it really appears that the Martin family, through their cadre of media savvy lawyers, have purposely obfuscated this story for the sole purpose of a payday. That sounds harsh but consider this…why would they push so hard for an arrest? If I had a child who I believed was murdered, I’d want not only an arrest but a conviction. But according to their lead spokestool/lawyer, that’s not important. What makes a mere arrest important? Apparently just that alone is enough to open the floodgates for a payday in the form of lawsuits. Interesting no? Further—if you information that would lead to an arrest wouldn’t you produce that? I’m talking about the alleged “DeeDee” phone call. I don’t think it exists. Why else would this woman not give a statement to authorities even with an attorney present? Why have her phone records been hidden? I’ll tell you why, there’s nothing there and she’d be open for perjury if she did speak. This has all been one horrible show. I hope it’s over soon and we can get back to paying attention to the real tragedy—the demise of our country at the ands of a thug president and his thug cabinet.

Interesting…Skittles and Tea

Posted: April 1, 2012 in Crazy shit

Gawd I’m getting old. I’m so unhip. Who knew?

It just gets more interesting

Posted: March 30, 2012 in Crazy shit, racism

Why am I still following the Martin-Zimmerman case? Because it’s an interesting study in how crappy and biased our media is/are. It’s a great microcosm in to the barking moonbattery that is the professional race hustlers too. Take all that stuff and stir well. What you get is a false narrative that is going to get people hurt. There are layers to this onion that we don’t know yet but one thing has become more clear as the weeks have passed that what was rushed out there at the beginning by the professional race warlords isn’t matching what more witnesses have said.
Yeah…I know ABC release a video of George Zimmerman in cuffs at the PD and gleefully announced there were no signs of wounds. I guess those witnesses were hallucinating. We know he received some sort of medical attention. If the moonbats would remove the tinfoil hats they would understand that for any medical person to examine a wound, they must carefully clean that wound to see the extent of the damage. Isn’t that logical? You have to know what you’re dealing with right? Especially if someone presents with a head wound. Football players get concussions all the frick time and they’re wearing helmets! This guy had his head slammed on the ground/sidewalk. A person with the basic first responder training is going to take that seriously. That simple bit of logic doesn’t stop those who are unable to process information which doesn’t coincide with a narrative to which they are clinging like a drunk chick to a guy at closing time.
Now we’re hearing from the mom of the 13 year old boy who allegedly has given the best account of what happened that night. Oh…and a million-fold pox on ABC for releasing this kid’s info. He’s probably had to be withdrawn from school by now. It would seem, according to the mom, that the lead detective didn’t believe Zimmerman and tried to get the kid to change his story. That’s pretty damning if true. I found this interesting too. The detective had this person’s info and basic statement that night BUT…he waited a week to interview this person. Why? Hoping he could be swayed later? I don’t know much, I admit it, but I do think that the evidence leads the detective, not the other way around.
So much is hanging on the resolution of this case. People’s lives are being disrupted needlessly because the media the police, have mishandled this case. We can’t actually know what information the grand jury will see. I just hope the people involved have the ability to think critically which seems to be in very short supply these days.

Trayvon Martin

Posted: March 26, 2012 in News media, Obama, politics

I’ve been watching this story with some interest because from the beginning it reminded me of the Duke Lacrosse case. I’ve been smelling a rat and it would seem the stench is getting stronger. There was too much outrage right out of the gate it seemed. Just weird. So…what do we know? Trayvon was no angel to be sure. He was up here ‘visiting’ because he was suspended. He was found to be in possession of women’s jewelry and burglary tools back in the fall. That’s all interesting.
The particulars of that night in February are becoming clearer. Zimmerman, in his call to police couldn’t tell what race the person was. When told not to confront he reported he’d lost sight of the person and was going back to his car. Zimmerman claims Trayvon approached him and words were exchanged. Trayvon hit Zimmerman in the face breaking his nose. What happened next is corroborated by witnesses who reported the person in the hoodie had the person in the red shirt on the ground and was bashing his head on the sidewalk. These injuries are consistent with what police witnessed. So from that, the police were told by the prosecutors they did not have enough to arrest Zimmerman. The case must be presented at a grand jury. Sounds pretty cut and dried but we still have this insipid mob being ginned up by professional race warlords. They are demanding…DEMANDING…Zimmerman’s arrest.
I’ll say this. There would be no bounty on Zimmerman’s head by the New Black Panther Party if we had an Attorney General who believed in the rule of law and not the rule of mobs. We would not have these demands if we had a president who was a leader and upheld the Constitution. But since we have a thug for an AG and a thug for a president, how could we have expected anything different? Elections have consequences.
Oh…and a media who pushed the bullshit narrative of this case from the get-go without fully reporting there were corroborating witnesses suck. Really suck.

Well here’s a shock

Posted: March 22, 2012 in Terrorism

He’s a muslim, from Algeria, and a member of AQ.First reports out of France on the gunman who killed some Jewish kids and a father was that he was a Neo-Nazi. Guess not. He’s a muslim, from Algeria, and a member of AQ. Big fricking shock. Another day, another guy named Mohammed exercising the marching orders of his sick and demented prophet by going out and killing innocent people. What’s worse is he was handed to the US military in Afghanistan who promptly put the barbarian on a flight to France. Yet another example of how turning these scum loose on the world doesn’t work.
The almost funny thing about this story is he’s holed up with an Uzi…isn’t that an Israeli made weapon? Da Joooooos!


Posted: March 21, 2012 in healthcare

It’s becoming a big point of discussion among some of my acquaintances. One in particular thinks our current healthcare system, or I should say the PreObamacare, system stinks. E V E R Y O N E else in the world’s system is better than the US. Naturally I disagree. Otherwise why are so many people coming to the US for their procedures.
I maintain that the problem with our system is government interference. They continually meddle, as they have for years, to ‘fix’ problems instead of letting the market handle it and VOILA! the problems become worse, the government interferes more to fix the problems it created until we have the situation we have now. So what’s the solution? More government meddling.
Remember when Granny Botox said we’d have to pass the thing to see the goodies? Well, we are beginning to see the goodies and let’s face it, we’re screwed if this monstrosity isn’t scrapped. BTW…I don’t look to the SC to scrap it. You have a wise latina and an obamabot who did paperwork to get it passed (and hence should recuse herself but won’t) on the SC. I’ve no doubt they’ll side with The One.
I have a question for anyone who thinks this is going to work out well for everyone. When has the government ever done anything that is cost-effective and gives you the bang for the buck? Never right? DMV? Haha Medicare/Medicaid? Don’t make me laugh. TSA? oh gawd Another question then. What makes you think the government, with its layers of bureaucracy will be able to handle the healthcare needs of people? If you said it won’t or can’t, you are right. There is no effing way government bureaucrats will be able to make decisions timely. There is no effing way the government can guarantee ‘free’ healthcare without taxes going up exponentially AND there being limits of some sort. Rationing, deathe panels. Yeah, that’ll be in there. It is logical and historically a fact with other single-pay systems. Don’t think it’ll be any different here because it won’t. Historically, we do many things better than the rest of the world but this won’t be one of them.
There are other options for reforming healthcare. Oh, and lest I forget this was never about health care. It is about health insurance. No one, NO ONE here is ever turned down for health care if it’s necessary.
While nosing around online I found this article from 2007 about European health care systems. It’s interesting because it’s from a UK news source and explains the difference between their miserable system and Europe, which to them is better. I’ll keep digging and see if I can find a decent and honest analysis of the US system vs Europe. Sources are going to be important (no frickin’ way will I cite a LSM or UN-based source of info) so stay tuned.