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SJW's can't turn that into a thing.

Clearly, god forbid a white cop, or in this case a white nut shoots some black people, but near daily shootings of blacks, by blacks, doesn't warrant attention nor redress, and is probably our fault ;)

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Clearly, god forbid a white cop, or in this case a white nut shoots some black people, but near daily shootings of blacks, by blacks, doesn't warrant attention nor redress, and is probably our fault ;)

Duh, white cops, or black cops, are supposed to be a little bit better behaved than say, white nuts, or black nuts. Grouping them altogether does not an intelligent argument make. Ill let you decide what emoticon fits since you seem to need them always.

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Clearly, god forbid a white cop, or in this case a white nut shoots some black people, but near daily shootings of blacks, by blacks, doesn't warrant attention nor redress, and is probably our fault ;)

It's nice to see a gun nut like you acknowledge the grotesque human cost of your hobby to American society.

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People from the Religious Right blamed the Sandy Hook shooting on prayer being banned from school. "people wanted God out of schools, and now you see what happens without God's protection..."

So, uh, apparently prayer doesn't actually stop gun massacres either, as the same folks are now telling us that pastors need guns.

You knew this was coming.

Here’s a growing list of what conservatives are blaming for the shootings inside the Emanuel AME Church last night:

Guns not allowed in church. (Bryan Fischer, Twitter)

Guns not allowed in church. (Steve Doocy, Fox News Channel)

Abortion. (Alveda King, Fox News Channel)

Hostility against Christians. (E.W. Jackson, Fox News Channel)

Hostility against Christians. (Lindsey Graham, The View)

Hatred of religious liberty. (Rick Santorum, radio interview)

Socialist race wars. (Alex Jones, InfoWars)

False flag. (David Knight,

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“People not understanding where salvation comes from.” (Rand Paul, Campaign event)

Godlessness. (Steven Crowder, Louder with Crowder)

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2015/06/18/an-ever-growing-list-of-what-conservatives-are-blaming-for-the-charleston-shootings/

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Another sidebar on the whole black-on-black crime red herring: violent crime, including shootings, has been in decline for decades while mass shootings (typically perpetrated by white males) have tripled in frequency since 2011. Sure they are still comparatively rare, but it's something to think about. One other thing for the gun fappers to consider: the problems of mass shootings and violent crime involving firearms can be addressed with the same solution: gun control.

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Last night, on a radio program, they said the father gave the gun to his son, when, I don't know they never said but have you noticed that the US government keeps wanting to get gun control and it rejected by most people.

I heard it was given to him as a birthday gift in April. Just the thing to give your kid while hes out on bail huh.

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I heard it was given to him as a birthday gift in April. Just the thing to give your kid while hes out on bail huh.

Can't argue with that. Although I was a member of the CAF for twenty years I simply can't understand this fascination with weapons. Personally I always regarded them as nothing more than the tools of the trade. As such I became highly proficient in their use, but that was the extent of it. Since I've retired I have no desire to own or use them as they are no longer a tool I require in my life. It's just my opinion of course but unless you hunt to live then they are essentially expensive but useless objects.

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Can't argue with that. Although I was a member of the CAF for twenty years I simply can't understand this fascination with weapons. Personally I always regarded them as nothing more than the tools of the trade. As such I became highly proficient in their use, but that was the extent of it. Since I've retired I have no desire to own or use them as they are no longer a tool I require in my life. It's just my opinion of course but unless you hunt to live then they are essentially expensive but useless objects.

I hear ya. I used to hunt a bit when I was a young guy growing up in the country. Later I worked in a few areas where guns were part of the job. Nowadays the last thing I would want in my house is a gun.

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Jon Stewart's powerful and emotional opening monologue from Thursday night perfectly sums up the ridiculous attitude the US right holds with respect to racism, terrorism and guns.

"I honestly have nothing other than just sadness, once again, that we have to peer into the abyss of the depraved violence that we do to each other in the nexus of a gaping racial wound that will not heal yet we pretend doesn't exist," Stewart said. "I'm confident, though, that by acknowledging it — by staring into that — and seeing it for what it is, we still won't do jack shit.
Yeah. That's us. And that's the part that blows my mind."
"We invade two countries and spent trillions of dollars and thousands of American lives and now fly unmanned death machines over, like, five or six different counties — all to keep Americans safe. We've got to do whatever we can — we'll torture people. We've got to do whatever we can to keep Americans safe.

Nine people shot in a church, what about that? 'Hey, what are you going go to do? Crazy is as crazy is, right?' That's the part that I cannot, for the life of me, wrap my head around. And you know it's going to go down the same path."

"The Confederate flag flies over South Carolina. And the roads are named for Confederate generals. And the white guy is the one who feels like his country is being taken away from him. We're bringing it on ourselves. And that's the thing: al-Qaeda, all those guys, ISIS, they're not shit compared to the damage that we can apparently do to ourselves on a regular basis."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJl9iqnvkOE

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Jon Stewart's powerful and emotional opening monologue from Thursday night perfectly sums up the ridiculous attitude the US right holds with respect to racism, terrorism and guns.

But it's not just the "US right"....one opinion and one vote to a customer. Nothing special about Stewart trying to pimp this shooting...just like he always does.

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But it's not just the "US right"....one opinion and one vote to a customer. Nothing special about Stewart trying to pimp this shooting...just like he always does.

Yep, then he goes back to his gated community, guarded by people with guns.

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Gotta love the hypocrisy of Steward talking about racial wounds that won't heal. He needs to address that to the racism pimps like Al Sharpton etc, that accuse everybody under the sun of being racists. It's an industry in which they lose money if any wounds actually heal.

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Gotta love the hypocrisy of Steward talking about racial wounds that won't heal.

How is it hypocrisy, precisely?

He needs to address that to the racism pimps like Al Sharpton etc, that accuse everybody under the sun of being racists. It's an industry in which they lose money if any wounds actually heal.

Right. Because there's no actual racism anymore and the real racists are people who say there's racism.

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Have you seen a picture of him. Thug isn't what I'd classify him as. He's a racist loser, but if you want to call him a thug.

Call it terrorism if you want, but it's a different type of "crime" than the ones perpetrated by Muslims inspired by ISIS or al Qaeda.

What about the crimes by Muslims NOT inpsired by ISIS or Al-Queda?

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