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claviger
2018-08-01 03:39:26 UTC
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How They Killed Kennedy
http://lookbackpublications.com/dealey.1-34a.pdf
Ambush in Dealey Plaza
Lookback Publications, R. Murdoch
Piotr Mancini
2018-08-02 02:43:27 UTC
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How They Killed Kennedy
http://lookbackpublications.com/dealey.1-34a.pdf
Ambush in Dealey Plaza
Lookback Publications, R. Murdoch
Excellent find, claviger. It is already in my library.

Check out these two chapters from: "Hear No Evil" and "Head Shot" (by a
NASA guy).

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BydXldbRY__vRUtNWTNTQTZSQzg
https://goo.gl/ELGY6N (short URL)

Not only did Don Thomas not mind me pirating his book, but at the
[in]famous Baldwin banquet here in Houston (a story that has not been told
yet), after hearing the plans of JFK Numbers, his face lit and his smile
was wide. He seemed to be saying "Finally!". Don kept on asking me to
repeat (he is not a spring chicken and wears a hearing aid, but has not
retired from his longtime job here in Texas). He immediately realized that
the science and timing are present, except the all-important: financing.

He volunteered (*) the name of a dot com multi-millionaire who approached
the AARC library, with a checkbook and pen ready:

"I have money to contribute to this cause. How can I spend it better?"

Next, comes the lawyers-vs-numerical types (including the Notable Doctors
gang that I have assembled). I said to Don: "I can mention a few ways in
which that money can be put to good use, with the best return on
investment".

Those doctoral theses in Berlin, Academia.edu and our best schools are not
cheap!

-Ramon
JFK Numbers

(*) Several people volunteered to help me: The Wechts, independently (and
each in their own style) told me that they would be happy to forward any
material to Alec Baldwin. Well, that dude turned out to be a dud, but
that's a story for another chapter.
Anthony Marsh
2018-08-03 14:43:27 UTC
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How They Killed Kennedy
http://lookbackpublications.com/dealey.1-34a.pdf
Ambush in Dealey Plaza
Lookback Publications, R. Murdoch
Excellent find, claviger. It is already in my library.
Check out these two chapters from: "Hear No Evil" and "Head Shot" (by a
NASA guy).
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BydXldbRY__vRUtNWTNTQTZSQzg
https://goo.gl/ELGY6N (short URL)
Not only did Don Thomas not mind me pirating his book, but at the
[in]famous Baldwin banquet here in Houston (a story that has not been told
yet), after hearing the plans of JFK Numbers, his face lit and his smile
was wide. He seemed to be saying "Finally!". Don kept on asking me to
repeat (he is not a spring chicken and wears a hearing aid, but has not
retired from his longtime job here in Texas). He immediately realized that
the science and timing are present, except the all-important: financing.
He volunteered (*) the name of a dot com multi-millionaire who approached
"I have money to contribute to this cause. How can I spend it better?"
Next, comes the lawyers-vs-numerical types (including the Notable Doctors
gang that I have assembled). I said to Don: "I can mention a few ways in
which that money can be put to good use, with the best return on
investment".
Those doctoral theses in Berlin, Academia.edu and our best schools are not
cheap!
-Ramon
JFK Numbers
(*) Several people volunteered to help me: The Wechts, independently (and
each in their own style) told me that they would be happy to forward any
material to Alec Baldwin. Well, that dude turned out to be a dud, but
that's a story for another chapter.
I don't want to build up your hopes too much, but with money there are
many scientific and ballistics tests that could be done.

I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Jason Burke
2018-08-04 23:46:16 UTC
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Post by claviger
How They Killed Kennedy
http://lookbackpublications.com/dealey.1-34a.pdf
Ambush in Dealey Plaza
Lookback Publications, R. Murdoch
Excellent find, claviger. It is already in my library.
Check out these two chapters from: "Hear No Evil" and "Head Shot" (by a
NASA guy).
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BydXldbRY__vRUtNWTNTQTZSQzg
https://goo.gl/ELGY6N (short URL)
Not only did Don Thomas not mind me pirating his book, but at the
[in]famous Baldwin banquet here in Houston (a story that has not been told
yet), after hearing the plans of JFK Numbers, his face lit and his smile
was wide. He seemed to be saying "Finally!". Don kept on asking me to
repeat (he is not a spring chicken and wears a hearing aid, but has not
retired from his longtime job here in Texas). He immediately realized that
the science and timing are present, except the all-important: financing.
He volunteered (*) the name of a dot com multi-millionaire who approached
"I have money to contribute to this cause. How can I spend it better?"
Next, comes the lawyers-vs-numerical types (including the Notable Doctors
gang that I have assembled). I said to Don: "I can mention a few ways in
which that money can be put to good use, with the best return on
investment".
Those doctoral theses in Berlin, Academia.edu and our best schools are not
cheap!
-Ramon
JFK Numbers
(*) Several people volunteered to help me: The Wechts, independently (and
each in their own style) told me that they would be happy to forward any
material to Alec Baldwin.  Well, that dude turned out to be a dud, but
that's a story for another chapter.
I don't want to build up your hopes too much, but with money there are
many scientific and ballistics tests that could be done.
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but
I can't do them in my state.
And,of course, Anthony Anthony can't leave Massachusetts.

Well, he sure as heck hasn't been to Dealey. 'Cause he thinks there's no
reason to go. Based on all those two dimensional pics and grapsh and
stuff that he has.

And he *honestly* wants to be taken seriously???
Anthony Marsh
2018-08-07 15:27:13 UTC
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Post by claviger
How They Killed Kennedy
http://lookbackpublications.com/dealey.1-34a.pdf
Ambush in Dealey Plaza
Lookback Publications, R. Murdoch
Excellent find, claviger. It is already in my library.
Check out these two chapters from: "Hear No Evil" and "Head Shot" (by a
NASA guy).
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BydXldbRY__vRUtNWTNTQTZSQzg
https://goo.gl/ELGY6N (short URL)
Not only did Don Thomas not mind me pirating his book, but at the
[in]famous Baldwin banquet here in Houston (a story that has not been told
yet), after hearing the plans of JFK Numbers, his face lit and his smile
was wide. He seemed to be saying "Finally!". Don kept on asking me to
repeat (he is not a spring chicken and wears a hearing aid, but has not
retired from his longtime job here in Texas). He immediately realized that
the science and timing are present, except the all-important: financing.
He volunteered (*) the name of a dot com multi-millionaire who approached
"I have money to contribute to this cause. How can I spend it better?"
Next, comes the lawyers-vs-numerical types (including the Notable Doctors
gang that I have assembled). I said to Don: "I can mention a few ways in
which that money can be put to good use, with the best return on
investment".
Those doctoral theses in Berlin, Academia.edu and our best schools are not
cheap!
-Ramon
JFK Numbers
(*) Several people volunteered to help me: The Wechts, independently (and
each in their own style) told me that they would be happy to forward any
material to Alec Baldwin.  Well, that dude turned out to be a dud, but
that's a story for another chapter.
I don't want to build up your hopes too much, but with money there are
many scientific and ballistics tests that could be done.
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied
and there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in
mind, but I can't do them in my state.
And,of course, Anthony Anthony can't leave Massachusetts.
Well, I used to drive as far as Washington, DC, but my car died and I am
not allowed to have enough money to buy another car.
We used to have land up in New Hampshire, but we sold it.
Post by Jason Burke
Well, he sure as heck hasn't been to Dealey. 'Cause he thinks there's no
reason to go. Based on all those two dimensional pics and grapsh and
stuff that he has.
Instead, I have the best map and others have been to Dallas and measured
specific things for me down to the millimeter.
Post by Jason Burke
And he *honestly* wants to be taken seriously???
Was it YOU who proved that the Zapruder film is authentic?
IN fact, you have never done anything in your life.
Except buy a Trump hat.
Piotr Mancini
2018-08-06 02:47:25 UTC
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How They Killed Kennedy
http://lookbackpublications.com/dealey.1-34a.pdf
Ambush in Dealey Plaza
Lookback Publications, R. Murdoch
Excellent find, claviger. It is already in my library.
Check out these two chapters from: "Hear No Evil" and "Head Shot" (by a
NASA guy).
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BydXldbRY__vRUtNWTNTQTZSQzg
https://goo.gl/ELGY6N (short URL)
Not only did Don Thomas not mind me pirating his book, but at the
[in]famous Baldwin banquet here in Houston (a story that has not been told
yet), after hearing the plans of JFK Numbers, his face lit and his smile
was wide. He seemed to be saying "Finally!". Don kept on asking me to
repeat (he is not a spring chicken and wears a hearing aid, but has not
retired from his longtime job here in Texas). He immediately realized that
the science and timing are present, except the all-important: financing.
He volunteered (*) the name of a dot com multi-millionaire who approached
"I have money to contribute to this cause. How can I spend it better?"
Next, comes the lawyers-vs-numerical types (including the Notable Doctors
gang that I have assembled). I said to Don: "I can mention a few ways in
which that money can be put to good use, with the best return on
investment".
Those doctoral theses in Berlin, Academia.edu and our best schools are not
cheap!
-Ramon
JFK Numbers
(*) Several people volunteered to help me: The Wechts, independently (and
each in their own style) told me that they would be happy to forward any
material to Alec Baldwin. Well, that dude turned out to be a dud, but
that's a story for another chapter.
I don't want to build up your hopes too much, but with money there are
many scientific and ballistics tests that could be done.
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Tony:

Be patient, Grasshopper. All that physical stuff will have to wait. You
are in excellent company, BTW.

One of the Notable Doctors who is -by definition- an expert on the X-rays,
surprised me a couple days ago, precisely when I decided that we had to
postpone the digitalization of the autopsy films (plus pre-mortem
radiographs provided by the victim's dentist, they are in the JFK Library
in your neck of the woods). He has made significant contributions to the
SBT/MBT field of inquiry. He told me that we should 3D print the limo (as
soon as I get the blueprints) and tow it around the Plaza, with a camera.
His reasoning: "The American public will rather believe a film than some
numerical types indefinitely debating over angles and distances."

While I could respectfully beg to differ, the fact of the matter is that
we need both and right now funds are limited. Your ballistics tests and
the 3D models. My laser-focus interest right now, however, is in getting
computer files that can be transferred readily across the Internet. I have
some of the world topmost experts in specialties such as bone density and
3D projections of X-rays:

http://www.zib.de/projects/3d-reconstruction-anatomical-structures-2d-x-ray-images

... waiting in Berlin; doctoral theses are being considered, as we speak.

Of all the related projects, that one has the coolest name in the history
of initiatives:

- The 'Ich bin ein Berliner' Project

Is that a kick-ass name or what?

-Ramon
JFK Numbers
ramon at jfknumbers.org
Piotr Mancini
2018-08-06 02:47:57 UTC
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I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas I wonder
whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?

-RFH
Anthony Marsh
2018-08-07 15:27:25 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas I wonder
whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
No, not actually Cambridge. I moved.
I think the tests could be done anywhere but here.
Do you have a Carcano like Oswald's?
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-RFH
claviger
2018-08-08 23:16:35 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
Piotr Mancini
2018-08-10 02:23:47 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?

https://goo.gl/GHuUHE

The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.

(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)

In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
became one of 3 "majority-minority" states:
- DC: Blacks
- Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
- California: Latinos

That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.

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In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?

After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.

https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2014/cb14-232.html

That necessarily spells doom for the Republican Party, whose destiny is to
become a regional outfit, rooted in the Slave States of America.

The book Ted is holding happened to be the first one written by his
brother, Jack.

http://www.wbur.org/2009/08/27/kennedy-immigration (audio)

-Ramon
JFK Numbers

ps: I wholeheartedly agree with the rest of your post, clav.
bigdog
2018-08-11 04:14:11 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
- DC: Blacks
- Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
- California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Anthony Marsh
2018-08-12 19:11:05 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
- DC: Blacks
- Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
- California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.

Do you remember how Hitler won his election with a minority of the votes?
bigdog
2018-08-25 20:26:34 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
- DC: Blacks
- Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
- California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.

But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
Anthony Marsh
2018-08-26 22:40:13 UTC
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I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
- DC: Blacks
- Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
- California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.
But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
They hijacked the existing system and rigged in to their advantage, They
just did it again. And you approve of crime.
Jason Burke
2018-08-27 13:57:45 UTC
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I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move.  Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed
to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun.  A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots
to work
in South Texas.  They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
    https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
   - DC: Blacks
   - Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
   - California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
     http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.
But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
They hijacked the existing system and rigged in to their advantage, They
just did it again. And you approve of crime.
Wow. Just wow...
bigdog
2018-08-28 03:54:49 UTC
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Post by Jason Burke
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by bigdog
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by bigdog
Post by Piotr Mancini
Post by Piotr Mancini
Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in
mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move.  Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed
to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun.  A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots
to work
in South Texas.  They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
    https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
   - DC: Blacks
   - Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
   - California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
     http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.
But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
They hijacked the existing system and rigged in to their advantage, They
just did it again. And you approve of crime.
Wow. Just wow...
Of course it would be absolutely pointless to ask Marsh how the
Republicans rigged the electoral college. But that won't stop him from
continuing to make such a silly claim.
Anthony Marsh
2018-08-29 14:48:40 UTC
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Post by bigdog
Post by Jason Burke
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by bigdog
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by bigdog
Post by Piotr Mancini
Post by Piotr Mancini
Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in
mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move.?? Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed
to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun.?? A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots
to work
in South Texas.?? They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
?????? https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
???? - DC: Blacks
???? - Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
???? - California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
???????? http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.
But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
They hijacked the existing system and rigged in to their advantage, They
just did it again. And you approve of crime.
Wow. Just wow...
Of course it would be absolutely pointless to ask Marsh how the
Republicans rigged the electoral college. But that won't stop him from
continuing to make such a silly claim.
Maybe you should watch the news.
The courts explain how it works. Watch the North Carolina case:



Courts & Law
North Carolina???s gerrymandered map is unconstitutional, judges rule, and
may have to be redrawn before midterms
By Robert Barnes
August 27 at 9:50 PM

A panel of three federal judges held Monday that North Carolina???s
congressional districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to favor
Republicans over Democrats and said it may require new districts before
the November elections, possibly affecting control of the House.

The judges acknowledged that primary elections have already produced
candidates for the 2018 elections but said they were reluctant to let
voting take place in congressional districts that courts twice have
found violate constitutional standards.

North Carolina legislators are likely to ask the Supreme Court to step
in. The court traditionally does not approve of judicial actions that
can affect an election so close to the day voters go to the polls.

But the Supreme Court has just eight members since Justice Anthony M.
Kennedy???s retirement last month; a tie vote would leave the lower
court???s decision in place. Senate hearings on President Trump???s nominee
to fill the open seat, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, commence Sept. 4.

The North Carolina case is a long-running saga, with a federal court in
2016 striking down the legislature???s 2011 map as a racial gerrymander.
The legislature then passed a plan that left essentially the same
districts in place but said lawmakers were motivated by politics, not race.

The Supreme Court told the three-judge panel to take another look at the
North Carolina case in light of the high court???s June decision in a
Wisconsin partisan gerrymandering case, in which the justices said those
who brought that case did not have legal standing.

But Judge James A. Wynn Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th
Circuit, writing Monday for a special three-judge district court panel,
said plaintiffs did have standing under the decision in Wisconsin???s Gill
v. Whitford, which he said reinforced the judges??? earlier views that the
congressional districts were drawn with improper partisan goals.

He said the court was leaning against giving the North Carolina
legislature another chance to draw the congressional districts.

???We continue to lament that North Carolina voters now have been deprived
of a constitutional congressional districting plan ??? and, therefore,
constitutional representation in Congress ??? for six years and three
election cycles,??? Wynn wrote. ???To the extent allowing the General
Assembly another opportunity to draw a remedial plan would further delay
electing representatives under a constitutional districting plan, that
delay weighs heavily against giving the General Assembly another such
opportunity.???

He proposed several unusual ideas: appointing a special master to draw
new districts, holding general elections without party primaries or even
turning the November elections into a primary and holding the general
election sometime before the new Congress convenes in January.

Wynn and his fellow judges called for immediate briefing from the
parties about which remedy to pursue.

The Supreme Court has never found that a state???s redistricting was so
infected with politics that it was unconstitutional. This past term, it
passed up the chance to do so with the case from Wisconsin and one in
Maryland, disposing of them without deciding the merits.

The North Carolina case presented a stark example of partisan intent,
with legislators making clear that the map was drawn to help one party
over another.

???I think electing Republicans is better than electing Democrats,??? said
Rep. David Lewis, a Republican member of the North Carolina General
Assembly, addressing fellow legislators when they passed the plan in
2016. ???So I drew this map to help foster what I think is better for the
country.???

He added: ???I propose that we draw the maps to give a partisan advantage
to 10 Republicans and three Democrats because I do not believe it???s
possible to draw a map with 11 Republicans and two Democrats.???

When voters went to the polls that fall, the 10-3 outcome was exactly as
Lewis had predicted, even though Republican candidates won just 53
percent of the statewide vote.

Wynn said it should be clear that such partisan gerrymandering is
unconstitutional.

???A common thread runs through the restrictions on state election
regulations imposed by Article I, the First Amendment, and the Equal
Protection Clause: the Constitution does not allow elected officials to
enact laws that distort the marketplace of political ideas so as to
intentionally favor certain political beliefs, parties, or candidates
and disfavor others,??? he wrote.

???Although North Carolina???s loud and proud admission that legislators
drew districts for partisan advantage is unusual, the practice is
universal when politicians are in charge,??? said Kathay Feng, Common
Cause national redistricting director. ???Until we prohibit partisan
gerrymandering, a true representative democracy will remain out of
reach, and the voices of all Americans will continue to be silent.???

Richard Hasen, an election law expert at the University of California at
Irvine, said the case has national implications.

???If the lower court orders new districts for 2018, and the Supreme Court
deadlocks 4-4 on an emergency request to overturn that order, we could
have new districts for 2018 only, and that could help Democrats retake
control of the U.S. House,??? he wrote on his blog.

The combined cases are Common Cause v. Rucho and League of Women Voters
of North Carolina v. Rucho.


Now try telling me that the Judges don't know what they are talking about.
bigdog
2018-09-02 03:05:37 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by bigdog
Post by Jason Burke
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by bigdog
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by bigdog
Post by Piotr Mancini
Post by Piotr Mancini
Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were
denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in
mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move.?? Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed
to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun.?? A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots
to work
in South Texas.?? They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
?????? https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
???? - DC: Blacks
???? - Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
???? - California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
???????? http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.
But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
They hijacked the existing system and rigged in to their advantage, They
just did it again. And you approve of crime.
Wow. Just wow...
Of course it would be absolutely pointless to ask Marsh how the
Republicans rigged the electoral college. But that won't stop him from
continuing to make such a silly claim.
Maybe you should watch the news.
Courts & Law
North Carolina???s gerrymandered map is unconstitutional, judges rule, and
may have to be redrawn before midterms
By Robert Barnes
August 27 at 9:50 PM
A panel of three federal judges held Monday that North Carolina???s
congressional districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to favor
Republicans over Democrats and said it may require new districts before
the November elections, possibly affecting control of the House.
The judges acknowledged that primary elections have already produced
candidates for the 2018 elections but said they were reluctant to let
voting take place in congressional districts that courts twice have
found violate constitutional standards.
North Carolina legislators are likely to ask the Supreme Court to step
in. The court traditionally does not approve of judicial actions that
can affect an election so close to the day voters go to the polls.
But the Supreme Court has just eight members since Justice Anthony M.
Kennedy???s retirement last month; a tie vote would leave the lower
court???s decision in place. Senate hearings on President Trump???s nominee
to fill the open seat, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, commence Sept. 4.
The North Carolina case is a long-running saga, with a federal court in
2016 striking down the legislature???s 2011 map as a racial gerrymander.
The legislature then passed a plan that left essentially the same
districts in place but said lawmakers were motivated by politics, not race.
The Supreme Court told the three-judge panel to take another look at the
North Carolina case in light of the high court???s June decision in a
Wisconsin partisan gerrymandering case, in which the justices said those
who brought that case did not have legal standing.
But Judge James A. Wynn Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th
Circuit, writing Monday for a special three-judge district court panel,
said plaintiffs did have standing under the decision in Wisconsin???s Gill
v. Whitford, which he said reinforced the judges??? earlier views that the
congressional districts were drawn with improper partisan goals.
He said the court was leaning against giving the North Carolina
legislature another chance to draw the congressional districts.
???We continue to lament that North Carolina voters now have been deprived
of a constitutional congressional districting plan ??? and, therefore,
constitutional representation in Congress ??? for six years and three
election cycles,??? Wynn wrote. ???To the extent allowing the General
Assembly another opportunity to draw a remedial plan would further delay
electing representatives under a constitutional districting plan, that
delay weighs heavily against giving the General Assembly another such
opportunity.???
He proposed several unusual ideas: appointing a special master to draw
new districts, holding general elections without party primaries or even
turning the November elections into a primary and holding the general
election sometime before the new Congress convenes in January.
Wynn and his fellow judges called for immediate briefing from the
parties about which remedy to pursue.
The Supreme Court has never found that a state???s redistricting was so
infected with politics that it was unconstitutional. This past term, it
passed up the chance to do so with the case from Wisconsin and one in
Maryland, disposing of them without deciding the merits.
The North Carolina case presented a stark example of partisan intent,
with legislators making clear that the map was drawn to help one party
over another.
???I think electing Republicans is better than electing Democrats,??? said
Rep. David Lewis, a Republican member of the North Carolina General
Assembly, addressing fellow legislators when they passed the plan in
2016. ???So I drew this map to help foster what I think is better for the
country.???
He added: ???I propose that we draw the maps to give a partisan advantage
to 10 Republicans and three Democrats because I do not believe it???s
possible to draw a map with 11 Republicans and two Democrats.???
When voters went to the polls that fall, the 10-3 outcome was exactly as
Lewis had predicted, even though Republican candidates won just 53
percent of the statewide vote.
Wynn said it should be clear that such partisan gerrymandering is
unconstitutional.
???A common thread runs through the restrictions on state election
regulations imposed by Article I, the First Amendment, and the Equal
Protection Clause: the Constitution does not allow elected officials to
enact laws that distort the marketplace of political ideas so as to
intentionally favor certain political beliefs, parties, or candidates
and disfavor others,??? he wrote.
???Although North Carolina???s loud and proud admission that legislators
drew districts for partisan advantage is unusual, the practice is
universal when politicians are in charge,??? said Kathay Feng, Common
Cause national redistricting director. ???Until we prohibit partisan
gerrymandering, a true representative democracy will remain out of
reach, and the voices of all Americans will continue to be silent.???
Richard Hasen, an election law expert at the University of California at
Irvine, said the case has national implications.
???If the lower court orders new districts for 2018, and the Supreme Court
deadlocks 4-4 on an emergency request to overturn that order, we could
have new districts for 2018 only, and that could help Democrats retake
control of the U.S. House,??? he wrote on his blog.
The combined cases are Common Cause v. Rucho and League of Women Voters
of North Carolina v. Rucho.
Now try telling me that the Judges don't know what they are talking about.
I'm going to break my vow not to respond to Marsh this one time because
this softball is just hanging there begging me to take a might swing at
it. Once again you demonstrate your total ignorance of how electors are
selected for the electoral college. With the exception of Maine and
Nebraska, all states award their electors to candidates on a
winner-take-all basis. A candidate's entire slate of electors is selected
to cast their votes in the electoral college whether he wins the state by
one vote or one million. It also doesn't matter how the congressional
districts are drawn within a state. With the exception of Maine and
Nebraska, electors are not chosen by congressional district.
Gerrymandering does not effect the statewide total which is the only thing
that matters as far as the presidential races are concerned. You can
redraw those congressional districts any way you want, it won't change the
statewide total. It is amazing you are having such a difficult time
grasping such a simple concept. Gerrymandering can effect the make up of a
state's congressional delegation but cannot alter the totals in any
statewide race INCLUDING the presidential race. Why do you insist on
continuing to make yourself so foolish by repeating this same nonsensical
argument? One last time. Gerrymandering cannot affect the electoral
college in 48 out of 50 states. In the other two, at most it could have
affected the assignment of one elector. Unless you like having people
laugh at you, you will never, ever again make this silly argument.
Mark
2018-08-28 14:56:09 UTC
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Post by bigdog
Post by Anthony Marsh
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Post by claviger
Post by Piotr Mancini
Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
- DC: Blacks
- Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
- California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.
But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
They hijacked the existing system and rigged in to their advantage, They
just did it again. And you approve of crime.
I'm gonna have to guess here. By "just did it again" are you referring
to the special congressional election in Ohio? Balderson won after
recounts and his opponent is not crying foul, but you are?

Mark
bigdog
2018-08-29 02:47:25 UTC
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Post by bigdog
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Post by claviger
Post by Piotr Mancini
Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
- DC: Blacks
- Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
- California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.
But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
They hijacked the existing system and rigged in to their advantage, They
just did it again. And you approve of crime.
I'm gonna have to guess here. By "just did it again" are you referring
to the special congressional election in Ohio? Balderson won after
recounts and his opponent is not crying foul, but you are?
This used to be my district so I know a bit about it. It's been redrawn
since I lived there. It used to include about half of Franklin County
(Columbus) but now only has the northeast suburbs. The Democrats have held
that seat for exactly one term since 1939 and that was a repudiation of a
long term congressman (Sam Devine) who had earned reputation as being
lazy. John Kasich won it back in the next election and it had been a safe
Republican seat since.

The Democrats had everything going for them. In special elections, the
party that is most energized has the advantage in getting the vote out.
The Democrat candidate was more appealing. He looks and sounds like a Boy
Scout while the Republican looks and sounds like a used car salesman. Both
national parties poured tons of money into the race which probably won't
happen in November. On top of everything else, the Columbus Dispatch which
had forever been owned by the powerful and very conservative Wolfe family
was recently sold to a more liberal media company and it endorsed the
Democrat. I'm sure many voters did not even realize that the Dispatch had
been sold and figured if the conservative Dispatch was endorsing the
Democrat, he must be alright.

The special election was the Democrats best shot although Republican
Balderson has a tendency to shoot himself in the foot so it's still
possible the Democrats might flip the seat in November when the same two
candidates will hold a rematch.
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I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Star State.
Functional economy? Such as the one in California, which recently became
the 5th. largest economy in the world, dear Claviger?
https://goo.gl/GHuUHE
The following facts are more related to the Kennedy Assassination -and its
continuing coverup, to this day- than casual observers realize.
(don't believe me? Just watch the reactions of Mark [last name unknown],
Steve Galbraith, Jason, Big Dog, etc.)
In addition to the above cited economic breakthrough, California recently
- DC: Blacks
- Hawaii: Pacific Islanders
- California: Latinos
That's right, there are more Latinos/Hispanics (same thing) in the Golden
State than the rest of groups combined. Such state will be solid blue for
the foreseeable future. A pivotal factor was the failed attempt by the
anti-immigrant (anti-Latino, same thing really) crowd who tried to deny
education to the children of Indocumentados. Huge mistake. The Supreme
Court clipped their wings.
http://www.dealey-plaza.org/~ramon/politics/Swing-Vote.jpg
In Texas, the same happened last year... except that it was the kids in
Texas schools (under 18) who are now more abundant than the rest of groups
combined. The most common name in Tejas is "Jose". Soon those kids will
begin voting and guess *against* which party?
After CA and TX, the most populated states are FL and NY (lands of
immigrants)... The news could not be worse for the Party of Trump.
The news was much worse for "the Party of Trump" right before they started
counting the votes in 2016. How did that work out?
Not well for Trump. He lost the popular vote. Luckily he had some help
from corrupt Republicans who rigged the system for him.
Good old Marsh. He thinks the Republicans rigged the system for Trump even
though the system which elected Trump (electoral college) predated the
Republican party by almost 70 years and predated Trump's election by 228
years.
But why let facts get in the way of a mindless rant.
They hijacked the existing system and rigged in to their advantage, They
just did it again. And you approve of crime.
I'm gonna have to guess here. By "just did it again" are you referring
to the special congressional election in Ohio? Balderson won after
recounts and his opponent is not crying foul, but you are?
Mark
I said nothing about Ohio. That is not the only state where they are
Grerrymandering.


Courts & Law
North Carolina???s gerrymandered map is unconstitutional, judges rule, and
may have to be redrawn before midterms
By Robert Barnes
August 27 at 9:50 PM

A panel of three federal judges held Monday that North Carolina???s
congressional districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to favor
Republicans over Democrats and said it may require new districts before
the November elections, possibly affecting control of the House.

The judges acknowledged that primary elections have already produced
candidates for the 2018 elections but said they were reluctant to let
voting take place in congressional districts that courts twice have
found violate constitutional standards.

North Carolina legislators are likely to ask the Supreme Court to step
in. The court traditionally does not approve of judicial actions that
can affect an election so close to the day voters go to the polls.

But the Supreme Court has just eight members since Justice Anthony M.
Kennedy???s retirement last month; a tie vote would leave the lower
court???s decision in place. Senate hearings on President Trump???s nominee
to fill the open seat, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, commence Sept. 4.

The North Carolina case is a long-running saga, with a federal court in
2016 striking down the legislature???s 2011 map as a racial gerrymander.
The legislature then passed a plan that left essentially the same
districts in place but said lawmakers were motivated by politics, not race.

The Supreme Court told the three-judge panel to take another look at the
North Carolina case in light of the high court???s June decision in a
Wisconsin partisan gerrymandering case, in which the justices said those
who brought that case did not have legal standing.

But Judge James A. Wynn Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th
Circuit, writing Monday for a special three-judge district court panel,
said plaintiffs did have standing under the decision in Wisconsin???s Gill
v. Whitford, which he said reinforced the judges??? earlier views that the
congressional districts were drawn with improper partisan goals.

He said the court was leaning against giving the North Carolina
legislature another chance to draw the congressional districts.

???We continue to lament that North Carolina voters now have been deprived
of a constitutional congressional districting plan ??? and, therefore,
constitutional representation in Congress ??? for six years and three
election cycles,??? Wynn wrote. ???To the extent allowing the General
Assembly another opportunity to draw a remedial plan would further delay
electing representatives under a constitutional districting plan, that
delay weighs heavily against giving the General Assembly another such
opportunity.???

He proposed several unusual ideas: appointing a special master to draw
new districts, holding general elections without party primaries or even
turning the November elections into a primary and holding the general
election sometime before the new Congress convenes in January.

Wynn and his fellow judges called for immediate briefing from the
parties about which remedy to pursue.

The Supreme Court has never found that a state???s redistricting was so
infected with politics that it was unconstitutional. This past term, it
passed up the chance to do so with the case from Wisconsin and one in
Maryland, disposing of them without deciding the merits.

The North Carolina case presented a stark example of partisan intent,
with legislators making clear that the map was drawn to help one party
over another.

???I think electing Republicans is better than electing Democrats,??? said
Rep. David Lewis, a Republican member of the North Carolina General
Assembly, addressing fellow legislators when they passed the plan in
2016. ???So I drew this map to help foster what I think is better for the
country.???

He added: ???I propose that we draw the maps to give a partisan advantage
to 10 Republicans and three Democrats because I do not believe it???s
possible to draw a map with 11 Republicans and two Democrats.???

When voters went to the polls that fall, the 10-3 outcome was exactly as
Lewis had predicted, even though Republican candidates won just 53
percent of the statewide vote.

Wynn said it should be clear that such partisan gerrymandering is
unconstitutional.

???A common thread runs through the restrictions on state election
regulations imposed by Article I, the First Amendment, and the Equal
Protection Clause: the Constitution does not allow elected officials to
enact laws that distort the marketplace of political ideas so as to
intentionally favor certain political beliefs, parties, or candidates
and disfavor others,??? he wrote.

???Although North Carolina???s loud and proud admission that legislators
drew districts for partisan advantage is unusual, the practice is
universal when politicians are in charge,??? said Kathay Feng, Common
Cause national redistricting director. ???Until we prohibit partisan
gerrymandering, a true representative democracy will remain out of
reach, and the voices of all Americans will continue to be silent.???

Richard Hasen, an election law expert at the University of California at
Irvine, said the case has national implications.

???If the lower court orders new districts for 2018, and the Supreme Court
deadlocks 4-4 on an emergency request to overturn that order, we could
have new districts for 2018 only, and that could help Democrats retake
control of the U.S. House,??? he wrote on his blog.

The combined cases are Common Cause v. Rucho and League of Women Voters
of North Carolina v. Rucho.



So, are you going to cry if a Democrat wins in Ohio? I bet Steve will.


If the GOP were to lose this race, who would they blame or what
would they blame? Herb Asher, The Ohio State University

O???Connor, a 31-year-old attorney with a boyish grin, began his career in
politics in 2016, when he won a race for Franklin County recorder.

Now, less than two years after occupying an office for which the primary
role is processing real estate documents, O???Connor is quietly on the
brink of flipping a House seat the GOP has held since 1982.

O???Connor faces state Sen. Troy Balderson, 56, in a special election on
Tuesday to fill a seat that Rep. Pat Tiberi (R-Ohio) vacated in January.
Tiberi, a popular nine-term moderate, had endorsed Balderson in a
contentious May primary that Balderson narrowly won.

The primary results are binding for both the special election and the
general election. So regardless of the outcome on Tuesday, O???Connor and
Balderson are due to face off again in November.

That makes the concrete stakes of Tuesday???s race relatively low. But as
with the special election in Pennsylvania???s 18th in March, partisans on
both sides are watching the outcome closely for still more evidence of a
Democratic midterm wave.

By all rights, Ohio???s 12th, a vast C-shaped district gerrymandered to
include well-off parts of Columbus, its affluent northern suburbs and
parts of the industrial towns Mansfield and Zanesville, should be safe
GOP territory.

Tiberi was re-elected there by 37 percentage points in 2016; Trump won
the district by a more modest 11-point margin.

As a result, the surprising tightness of the race is all the more
disquieting for Republicans, who have been forced to spend millions on
Balderson???s behalf and deploy their top surrogates to stump for him.

The latest public poll has Balderson up by a single point, a decline
from a 10-point lead he held a month ago in the same survey. In the
hopes of changing that dynamic, Trump announced Wednesday that he???ll
hold a rally in the district for Balderson on Saturday night.

???If the GOP were to lose this race, who would they blame or what would
they blame? It would have to be a reflection on the Republican brand,???
said Herb Asher, a political science professor at the Ohio State University.

Asher, who has donated to O???Connor???s campaign, argued that even a narrow
Republican win would be ???another indication that Democrats are more
competitive in districts that have not been hospitable to them.???
Vice President Mike Pence, left, and Republican candidate Troy Balderson
wave to the crowd after a Pence rally for Balderson
Troy Balderson for Congress
Vice President Mike Pence, left, and Republican candidate Troy Balderson
wave to the crowd after a Pence rally for Balderson on Monday.
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I forgot to warn you, don't ever call a Tejano a "Mexican".
It really p*sses them off. Some Tejanos refer to Mexicans
and others call them Norteños. There is a love/hate thing
going on between Tejanos and Mexicans. Some of that is
cultural, some of it economic rivalry.

Norteño es mas amistoso.
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2018-08-12 16:07:22 UTC
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I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
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2018-08-23 01:52:12 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing hispanics in Texas of shooting black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on hispanic Americans.
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2018-08-24 02:40:53 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing hispanics in Texas of shooting black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on hispanic Americans.
No, white people.
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2018-08-24 18:39:34 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing hispanics in Texas of shooting black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on hispanic Americans.
No, white people.
Not what you said. The topic was native born hispanics in Texas called
Tejanos. Your response was: "And carry guns and shoot black people for
fun." Another racist slur on your part.
Anthony Marsh
2018-08-25 13:06:42 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing hispanics in Texas of shooting black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on hispanic Americans.
No, white people.
Not what you said. The topic was native born hispanics in Texas called
Tejanos. Your response was: "And carry guns and shoot black people for
fun." Another racist slur on your part.
Trying to appear white to fit in. I don't know what the local slur for
that is, but I had a Chinese friend and the slur some people would use
was calling them a "banana." Yellow on the outside and white on the
inside. In the black community I heard their slur of calling someone an
Oreo.
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2018-08-25 01:18:18 UTC
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I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
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2018-08-26 19:27:12 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
No, YOU.
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2018-08-28 03:54:09 UTC
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
No, YOU.
Not what you said. We can read English.
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
No, YOU.
Not what you said. We can read English.
No. I just said YOU. You can't figure that out?
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
No, YOU.
Not what you said. We can read English.
No. I just said YOU. You can't figure that out?
You need to find the off switch for your chronic motormouth addiction.
Your tongue keeps digging that hole you created deeper and deeper.
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
No, YOU.
Not what you said. We can read English.
No. I just said YOU. You can't figure that out?
You need to find the off switch for your chronic motormouth addiction.
Your tongue keeps digging that hole you created deeper and deeper.
Creepy thing is that Anthony Anthony *knows* this.
But he's too far in.
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Post by Anthony Marsh
I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
No, YOU.
Not what you said. We can read English.
No. I just said YOU. You can't figure that out?
You need to find the off switch for your chronic motormouth addiction.
Your tongue keeps digging that hole you created deeper and deeper.
But there is a constant need for me to post when all you post is SPAM.
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I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
No, YOU.
Not what you said. We can read English.
No. I just said YOU. You can't figure that out?
You need to find the off switch for your chronic motormouth addiction.
Your tongue keeps digging that hole you created deeper and deeper.
But there is a constant need for me to post when all you post is SPAM.
You serve SPAM sandwiches everyday on this Newsgroup,
and don't even know what the actual word means because
your are afraid to look it up in the dictionary, and due to this
academic errorgance you have evolved into a bungling CT
Knight Errant in tinfoil armor, Sir Spamalot.
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I didn't have the money to pursue my FOIA requests that were denied and
there may be something there. I have several shooting tests in mind, but I
can't do them in my state.
Being a Boston (actually, Cambridge) Liberal expatriated to Texas
I wonder whether those tests can be made in the Lone Star state?
-RFH
Good move. Now you can learn how a functional economy is supposed to work
while you're down there, and how to speak Spanglish too. Tejano culture,
music, and food is fun. A lot of them wear cowboy hats and boots to work
in the South Texas. They are productive hard working people who have fun
doing what they do. Very loyal Texans and proud of their heritage so be
careful what you say about the Lone Start State.
And carry guns and shoot black people for fun.
So you're accusing Hispanics in Texas of shooting Black people for fun?
That sounds like a racist slur on Hispanic Americans.
No, YOU.
Not what you said. We can read English.
No. I just said YOU. You can't figure that out?
You need to find the off switch for your chronic motormouth addiction.
Your tongue keeps digging that hole you created deeper and deeper.
But there is a constant need for me to post when all you post is SPAM.
You serve SPAM sandwiches everyday on this Newsgroup,
and don't even know what the actual word means because
your are afraid to look it up in the dictionary, and due to this
Maybe I have the advantage of being old enough to remember and actually
seeing SPAM, not that I would actually eat it.
Maybe you don't remember Monty Python.


https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Monty+Python+SPAM&&view=detail&mid=A255939AA6F18FE36BB9A255939AA6F18FE36BB9&&FORM=VRDGAR
Post by claviger
academic errorgance you have evolved into a bungling CT
Knight Errant in tinfoil armor, Sir Spamalot.
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