Rioting Is Not A Right

This is NOT what democracy looks like

This is NOT what democracy looks like

Daily Beast:

A number of other cops at the protest were from the legal bureau and they were there to ensure that the law was observed and that everyone’s rights were respected.

“They’re refs,” a high ranking police official later explained.

Those cops included Lt. Philip Chan and Lt. Patrick Sullivan. They were present when a number of protesters continued onto the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday evening. A number of bottles and other debris came down upon the demonstrators and cops on the roadway from the pedestrian walkway above.

Up on the walkway, Chan observed a man lifting a 45-pound wire basket with the apparent intent of pitching it over the railing onto the roadway below. Chan ordered the man to put it down and the ensuing criminal complaint would say that he complied.

Chan still felt that a line had been crossed and he went to arrest the man. The man pulled his arm way rather than be handcuffed. At least one of those ubiquitous cell phone cameras began filming.

“Record it! Record it!” a woman protester can be heard shouting.

But this time what the video recorded was not police violence but violence against the police.

Other protesters can be seen moving in to “de-arrest” the man. Somebody yanks Chan and elbows him and he is momentarily distracted trying to apprehend his assailant.

Sullivan has by then moved in to help and he seeks to complete the arrest of the first man. Chan joins him. The struggle continues and Chan is punched, suffering a broken nose. Both men are pummeled. Sullivan ends up on the walkway, where a male protester literally begins kicking him when he is down.

The man finally manages to break free with the help of the others, slipping out of his coat. But he loses his backpack in the process and it stays with the cops as he flees down the walkway toward Brooklyn.

“We’re left holding the bag,” a police official later said.

The police inspected the backpack and found two brand new hammers. They also found a City University of New York ID for Erick Linsker as well as a passport in the same name and house keys and some pot.

“Which proves he is as dumb as a bag of hammers,” the official says.

At 3:45 am Sunday police arrested 29 year-old Eric Linsker at his apartment in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. He is from Millwood in suburban Westchester County, where blacks comprise around 1 percent of the population. He had gone on to Harvard and the famed writer’s program at the University of Iowa. He was now a CUNY professor and had won awards for his poetry, his verse ranging from the erotic to lines such as “Fuck the police.”

The bag also contained a ski mask.

What the fuck is wrong with these people?

Rioting is not “democracy in action.” There is no right to riot. The right to protest is part of freedom of speech, but there is no constitutionally protected right to loot, burn and destroy. Democracy and anarchy are mutually incompatible.

Democracy requires the rule of law. Dictators can rule by force and fear, but it is implicit in the social compact of democracy that citizens respect each other’s rights and freedoms and consensually comply with the law, which is the expressed will of the majority.

Change takes place at the ballot box, not in the street. If a mob forces change by force or threat of force, that isn’t democracy, that is mob rule. But the fact is these mobs only represent a minority of our citizens. 25,000 people is less than 1% of the population of a city of 8,000,000. Most of these protests have had a lot less than 25 thousand protestors.

A few thousand people can be very disruptive. They can block bridges and freeways, bringing traffic to a complete standstill. They can loot and burn and break stuff. But in a democracy the goal of protesting is to persuade a majority of the people to support your cause.

Scaring, angering or otherwise alienating people is not likely to win them to your side. Quite the opposite – they are more likely to become your enemies than your friends.

Unfortunately there are people in this country who don’t really understand democracy or how it works. They see themselves as revolutionaries and talk about overthrowing the existing system by force rather than with numbers. They arrogantly believe that they are “the people”.

They are idiots.

This is what stupid looks like

This is what stupid looks like

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143 Responses to Rioting Is Not A Right

  1. The Klown says:

    These are the same people who want to shout down opposing points of view.

  2. The Klown says:


    Obamas on Race: We’ve Been Treated Like the Help

    President and Michelle Obama personally identify with everyday experiences of racial bias in America that have underpinned recent protests across the country, they told People magazine in an interview to be released Friday.

    “Barack Obama was a black man that lived on the South Side of Chicago, who had his share of troubles catching cabs,” Michelle Obama told the magazine.

    On one occasion, she said, her husband “was wearing a tuxedo at a black-tie dinner, and somebody asked him to get coffee.”
    President Obama said he’s even been mistakenly treated as a valet.

    “There’s no black male my age, who’s a professional, who hasn’t come out of a restaurant and is waiting for their car and somebody didn’t hand them their car keys,” he said, according to excerpts of the interview released today.

    The first lady also described being mistreated at a Target store in suburban Washington, during a shopping trip she took in 2011.

    “Even as the first lady,” she told the magazine, “during the wonderfully publicized trip I took to Target, not highly disguised, the only person who came up to me in the store was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf.”

    She said the incidents are “the regular course of life” for African-Americans and a “challenge” for the country to overcome.

    Though they’ve lived inside the White House bubble for six years, the Obamas have been making the point that they are still in touch with the experience of minority communities.

    President Obama has pushed back against criticism that he has not been aggressive enough in talking about issues of race and justice, particularly involving African-American men.

    “If you look at after what happened with Michael Brown, if you looked at what happened after Trayvon, if you looked at the decision after Eric Garner, I’m being pretty explicit about my concern, and being pretty explicit about the fact that this is a systemic problem, that black folks and Latinos and others are not just making this up,” Obama told BET in an interview earlier this month. “I describe it in very personal terms.”

    The president told People that he applauds the efforts of other prominent African-American athletes and celebrities to speak out against police brutality using the “I Can’t Breathe” slogan, inspired by the case of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died after he was put in a choke hold by a New York City police officer. President Obama has not directly weighed in on the case.

    “I think LeBron did the right thing,” Obama said of Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James, who wore a shirt with the slogan on the court. “We forget the role that Muhammad Ali, Arthur Ashe, and Bill Russell played in raising consciousness. I’d like to see more athletes do that — not just around this issue, but around a range of issues.”

    If I had seen this sooner it would have been the subject of my post.

    • The Klown says:

      That was just like 12 Years A Slave.

      Typically when I go to Target nobody comes up to me either, but I don’t feel oppressed.

      • DeniseVB says:

        LOL, I just saw this on twitter, GMTA !

      • votermom says:

      • elliesmom says:

        If I had asked MIchelle Obama to get something off a shelf for me, it wouldn’t be because she’s black. It would be because she’s taller than I am. Short people are discriminated against in most big box stores.

        • piper says:

          I must be some kind of short racist since I do this not only in Target but the grocery store but may be I can be excused as I only ask Tall People. In the Chinese supermarket I asked an Asian couple to help me look for lychee tea.

        • HELENK3 says:


        • leslie says:

          I am also a (short) racist when it comes to asking for help in stores. Why only yesterday at Trader Joe’s I purposely did not ask the 5′ 5″ AA store clerk to get something I couldn’t reach from the back of the shelf above the freezer. I waited for the White Hispanic guy who was 10- 12 inches taller than the both of us.
          These poor oppressed Obamas. I am so sick of their race baiting. there aren’t overtones or undertones to what they say. They are blatantly racist. And they are blatantly arrogant, self-important, narcissistic spoiled brats.

        • foxyladi14 says:


    • votermom says:

      really, in 2011 in Target someone asked Mooch to help her reach something on a shelf?
      Despite the Secret Service and paparazzi being right there.
      Yeah, sure, I believe that.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I didn’t believe it because SS probably cleared out all the peons before her fake shopping photo op. I guess they missed that one racist shopper though 😉

      • piper says:

        VM – are you calling Mooch a liar? She probably helped them the same way she helped poor people at her hospital.

    • votermom says:

      This is what Mooch was wearing on her “secret” Target shopping trip.
      We’re supposed to believe that a shopper thought she was a Target employee?

    • Somebody says:

      I’ve been oppressed! OMG I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked where something is in Target or if I can help someone reach something. Funny I didn’t think it was because of my skin color.

      That’s the difference right there, many AA’s always assume anything that upsets them is due to their skin color, it’s racism. I’ve been mistaken for hotel staff and restaurant staff, but I just chalked it up to a mistake. I’ve even had a couple of occasions where after I identified myself as not being staff the person still insisted I do what they asked of me. I chalked that up to assholery. I live in a very affluent area with large number of wealthy pampered people and they expect to be waited on. Quite frankly they don’t care who you are either, even once they know they made a mistake they rarely apologize and a few insist you still fetch whatever it is they need…….why because they’re pampered assholes NOT because they’re racist.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    The NYPD has enhanced photos and rewards to find the rest of the snowflakes who attacked the police.

    I think they’re leftovers from the OWS loonies.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Some mental bubblegum ….. the finalists for the Doritos Crash The Super Bowl commercial, you’ll get to vote for your favorite in January. Caution: Addictive, I watched every one of them 😀

  5. The Klown says:

    • HELENK3 says:

      so if the words upset the snowflakes, how on earth will they ever handle the real trials? as I said before if I need a lawyer it will an older lawyer who knows the law and will not flinch when things get tough.

      • HELENK3 says:

        Now I know why 47% of CEOs of major companies will not look to hire anyone under 35 years old. They do not need the problems of a bunch of wusses who can not handle the real world.

    • piper says:

      Have these widdle snowflakes heard street language coming from those oppressed folks? They’ll need lots of hankies and tissues to cope with the guttersniping.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Poor little babies. Maybe they should all switch to women’s studies, where they can be appropriately coddled and looked after.

      • WMCB says:

        It would be much kinder to pack these damaged souls off to a nice nunnery, where they can be safe from men and cloistered from the world.

    • Jadzia says:

      Ridiculous. That said, I don’t test on rape law in the one class in which it comes up. But that is not something that I tell the students–they still have to LEARN the term.

    • piper says:

      “girl is now pregnant, and that the child is “perhaps” Morrissey’s” This is better than Weiner’s pics.

  6. HELENK3 says:

    this might be part of the problem. this teaches in an US college. Why I do not know and definitely would not want any kid in my family going to a school that hires him.
    this sob has led a damn good life in this country, gotten away with crimes and is proud of doing so. the person in the office of the president allows him to go in and out of the our white house as he pleases.
    of all backtrack’s BFFs, I would like to see this one behind bars

  7. Falstaff says:

    Those “protesting” are not interested in democracy, at least not most of them. The intent is to delegitimize the institutions responsible for maintaining order (police, grand juries, etc.). At the same time, most of the “protesters” are intent on spreading the narrative that American society is fundamentally corrupt and irredeemably racist. The longer-term goal is to convince large segments of the population that they have no stake in the continued existence of the current social order, since the whole game is rigged against them by racist cops, an oligarchy that enforces a regime of massive inequality, and a political system in which they have no voice. At that point, their hoped-for goal is an irreversible breakdown in public order leading to revolution. The odd thing about revolutions is that people rarely see them coming. The demise of the Soviet Union, the Iranian revolution, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Cuban revolution, the Irish revolution, and the Bolshevik revolution all seemed to come out of nowhere, at least from the perspective of people who lived through them. I doubt that the current spate of civil unrest has much in the way of revolutionary potential, but it will surely be interesting to watch. Popcorn time!

    • piper says:

      When they’re threw protesting, they return to their peaceful and safe home in protected enclaves or suburbia. Ah, the hypocrisy!

  8. The Klown says:

    • elliesmom says:

      I used to ask some of my high school students if they wanted paper or plastic with their test when I passed them back. While I couldn’t post test scores publicly, I could pas them back in descending order by grade. I’d probably get fired for it today.

  9. The Klown says:

    According to Twitter, Obama just sold South Florida to Cuba or something.

  10. The Klown says:

    • piper says:

      Go away Jeb!

      • The Klown says:

        And take Chris Christie with you!

      • Somebody says:

        Once again I do NOT believe he is going to run for POTUS. He’s a politician from a political family, they all have political instincts and they know this isn’t the time. Quite frankly I’m not sure there will ever be a right time for another Bush, at least in my lifetime. They know and he knows, wrong name, wrong time.

        I understand in some respects that isn’t fair to Jeb to be judged solely by his last name and not by his record….call the wambulance. It’s true if his name was Jeb Smith he might be considered a real contender, but I don’t think he’d be any more or less of a contender than Crispie Creme or Romney, he fills the same niche.

        I really, really don’t think he’s going to run. I think he’s just trying to stir speculation to up his speaker fees and pad his pockets. I could be wrong, but I think that’s what is going on.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        And Stay!!!! 😡

  11. The Klown says:

  12. piper says:

    Ted Cruz was on Brett Baier’s news show last night – really enjoyed listening to him – fast on his feet, humbling at times and definitely smarter than o. and his entire cabal.

    • The Klown says:

      I like Ted Cruz – I like him right where he is right now. If he wants to run for something else he should start with Governor.

      Better yet, imagine Ted Cruz on SCOTUS!

      • Somebody says:

        I was thinking about that the other day, perhaps a stint as AG then on to SCOTUS. Cruz has a brilliant legal mind he’d be well suited to either role. I agree with you if he wants to run for POTUS how about first running for Governor and gaining some executive experience.

  13. piper says:

    Lucianne – Heartbreaking Quote
    “”The smaller the coffin, the heavier it is to carry,”
    said Pakistan’s defense minister Khawaja Asif,
    as funerals began for the 132 child victims of Tuesday’s Taliban attack.”

  14. HELENK3 says:

    Marco Rubio was just on Fox. He is furious over the Cuban deal.

  15. votermom says:

    We have now entered the No Enemy Left Behind phase of the Obama Presidency.

  16. The Klown says:

    I have been a long time supporter of normalization of relations with Cuba, but there is a right way and a wrong way to go about it.

  17. The Klown says:

    • Somebody says:

      I live in Florida and I know a lot of Cubans and they’re no fan of Castro so I don’t know where little Tommy is coming up with this. Perhaps Mexicans and Central Americans love Castro??? Maybe he’s talking about those hispanic voters???

    • WMCB says:

      I always use the example of my aunt who firmly believed divorce was sin. I never asked her to deny or renounce her belief, she never ever got in my face about my divorce. Because we loved each other. THIS IS NOT HARD,

      • mothy6767 says:

        I am gay and can work a food drive far better than Father Daniel oh wait I made a mistake we don’t distribute food. We only judge. He knows I am gay we sit together and have to weed out who takes what. When I was a kid I worked with the nuns at the pantry back then it was take what you need. I would say 100% brought things back or offered time. Not today. You need welfare receipts and you can only take for the number listed. People steal from a food pantry. I unloaded four cases of chunky soup three guys came in and it was gone. Disgusting. Old women tug cans to church hoping to fill a belly. Father Daniel is of the mind they may need it more. Not me every Friday the same guys are waiting at the door. I put out day old bread and Ramen noodles Going gangsta at a food kitchen. Intimidate me you scrap piece of shit I think not.
        I knows you got day good shit here and I want it
        Too bad
        Man you know what I is
        Sadly yes and this food is meant to nourish a brain which you lack so get the fuck out.
        Closes at two and I live an hour away so not worried about getting shot.
        They all wear military outer wear — you can dump a grocery cart in a pair of pants and they do. My older brother is a vp for one of the largest discount chains and I say Jim(yep we are Jim and Tim) it has to stop. People cannot just rob with impunity he said it costs more to prosecute. His philosophy is that that is all they will ever have.

  18. The Klown says:

  19. HELENK3 says:

    President Obama, Cuban President Raul Castro spoke Tuesday about normalizing relations, US official says – @AP

    • DeniseVB says:

      Helen, Keith at WHD is all over this. Was surprised since he usually takes his Hannukah break about now. 😉

      • HELENK3 says:

        The American collapse with respect to Cuba will have repercussions in the Middle East and elsewhere—in Asia, for the nations facing a rising China, and in Europe, for those near Putin’s newly aggressive Russia. What are American guarantees and promises worth if a fifty-year-old policy followed by Democrats like Johnson, Carter, and Clinton can be discarded overnight? In more than a few chanceries the question that will be asked as this year ends is “who is next to find that America is today more interested in propitiating its enemies than in protecting its allies?”

  20. The Klown says:

    • Lulu says:

      The entire Secret Service detail would have been fired if an unknown person approached. her. More made up bullshit. Unless the “racism” was staged too.

  21. The Klown says:

    Barack isn’t the only Obama who lies:

    Being asked to take things off shelves as a taller woman is the new Jim Crow.

    But even Michelle Obama doesn’t think this. Two years ago, she told David Letterman about the same incident:

    I thought I was undercover. I have to tell you something about this trip though. No one knew that was me because a woman actually walked up to me, right? I was in the detergent aisle, and she said — I kid you not — she said, ‘Excuse me, I just have to ask you something,’ and I thought, ‘Oh, cover’s blown.’ She said, ‘Can you reach on that shelf and hand me the detergent?’ I kid you not…And the only thing she said — I reached up, ’cause she was short, and I reached up, pulled it down — she said, ‘Well, you didn’t have to make it look so easy.’ That was my interaction. I felt so good. … She had no idea who I was. I thought, as soon as she walked up — I was with my assistant, and I said, ‘This is it, it’s over. We’re going to have to leave.’ She just needed the detergent.

    Charming and funny two years ago. Racism now.

    • votermom says:

      My theory about that. It was a short leftist shopper who thought it was Michelle. But when she got close Mooch looked so ugly in unphotoshopped person that she decided naaah, it couldn’t be. So she covered up by asking for help reaching for something. That’s my catty theory.

      • DeniseVB says:

        vm, your theories have been spot on so far 😉 Meanwhile over at UVA, I read on the Daily Caller via the Washington Times that Jackie created her faux boyfriend via one of those catfishing websites just like Manti T’eo did.

      • swanspirit says:

        I think that might be the case, and you might be right 😉 ; on the other hand , it could be she is just obnoxious and racist enough herself to twist anything to suit her purpose ….yeaaaahh that’s the ticket !!!!

        • swanspirit says:

          I knew it had to have made the news , and absolute proof for me that Moochelle is a disgusting racist liar . I am so glad she got got caught in a big lie .

    • Jadzia says:

      Sheesh. For anybody over 5’8″ or so, this happens ALL THE TIME. I am not even all that tall, but if I’ve got my beloved high heels on? Yes, I have been asked to reach things. And — don’t tell anybody! — I have sometimes asked ladies of a certain age where to find things in the stores here (or even what certain things are named), on the assumption that middle-aged or older ladies shopping on a weekday morning probably know their way around the grocery store.

  22. Somebody says:

    OT, holy cow at the wrong number I just got. A woman just called here 3 sheets to the wind at noon. She was slurring her words so bad I could barely understand her. She asked if this was the baaaay bahshmah (bail bondsman). At first I said excuse me? She repeated it, then I figured out what she was saying and told her she had the wrong number I was not a bail bondsman. Then she said the number shez xxx-xxxx, to which I said nope that’s not the number you dialed. She then said shit I diahls sche numbers wong?

    Holy cow I can’t believe she’s that drunk this early in the day, LMAO! I guess she’s REALLY in the holiday spirit!!

  23. mothy6767 says:

    Okay I am pissed off and I made my dad feel like shit. I do not like outside anymore. Since they gave me eight weeks to live almost two years ago(January 17) I have been intolerant. I know I am an ass hole that doesn’t meaning want to engage.
    Monster is getting a belt on Saturday. I pay but dearr-old dad lugs his oxygen tank down the stairs and waits for an hour every Tuesday and Friday. Give the man an award.
    He lied to me. The master wants her to do her test in front of people which means I have to be in a car for forty minutes she then has a parent’s observation at her acting class that I have to attend. I hate that stuff. I write the check. Why does that make me obligated to witness other snouts.
    I was mad about the Thai kwan do thing belt thing being held 2 billion miles away and I said I was going to call the instructor. My father lied to me and said the only time she could take the test was Saturday morning. I pay 150/month and have to pay fifty for her new belt. I was mad and said to dad I’ll show him I will find something closer. Then my dad told me he had lied she could have taken her class where she studies but the master wanted her on display. I would have agreed but I hate being lied to.
    I was okay with the death thing. When you are given 56 days to live you get angry but in the end you get tired of it all. I have no socks because it seems stupid to buy if I am going to be dead. Yet a two hundred dollar Christmas dress for my wee one is a bargain. I better die as they said because my savings shrinks by the month.
    Yet I have to watch her get a belt and then watch auditions. I want to stay home and binge watch other people living.
    For fucks sake I have been told I am dying all my life. The 60’s early 70’s bore and intrigue me. I was 3 in 1970 my mom was 22 my dad 25 they had three other kids but I was a regular at the Children’s Hospital. Back then even parents hours were limited. They could see me only a few hours per day but they had to go through the Vietnam war protesters every day.
    May come as surprise but I lived was not supposed to. Teflon pig valves so many scars.
    How the fuck did myriad little life get to participate in opening doors to a child thrown away.
    Where religion comes in I’d take it all ten times over to let her know I will stand by her.

    • Somebody says:

      OK Tim I’m going to be blunt……stop whining, put on your big boy panties and get your ass to the Tae Kwon Do belt exhibition Saturday. Your dad lied for whatever reason, take it up with him DON’T take it out on your daughter.

      Why would you want to binge watch other people living when life is staring you in the face? Embrace it, relish in it and enjoy every minute of it…’ll never get these moments back. Watch her get the belt, watch the auditions and then go out and celebrate with her……it doesn’t have to be lavish, kids don’t need that. She’d probably be happy going out for pizza or a burger, so long as she has your undivided attention.

      As for your dad? He’s old, he lied but it sounds like he did so for her so that she could get her belt in a bigger venue. So perhaps in the spirit of the holidays you can forgive him and get over it……..if not festivus is coming up on the 23rd. Festivus is the annual airing of grievances.

      • mothy6767 says:

        Wish I could disagree I have no defense. I was told I was going to die in weeks. I did not but I had some money put away and I live on it. Almost two years of the grim reaper. I seldom leave the house unless it is for baby girl(i have never missed anything) I will be 48 in January and I do not know how to start over. I made serious bank as an event planner but I could not be that person again. I have a useless degree in American Literature. Can’t teach because I have been locked away in the Looney bin.
        Money is not the problem it is boredom. And the fact that I hate everyone. I actually don’t hate I am just perversely annoyed. Who wears Taboo in 2014 I will tell you the woman next to me in the grocery. I see I am going through a second adolescence. When a body catches a body coming through the rye
        Alas still do not know what to do with my life. 48 and spoiled by chance.

    • piper says:

      I agree with Somebody. Remember – every day is a gift. Live life to your fullest.

  24. HELENK3 says:

    Off Topic

    this was on my facebook page and I wanted to share it with the people here

    a French soldiers view of US soldiers in Afghanistan

  25. HELENK3 says:

    Republican Martha McSally wins recount for Arizona House seat by 167 votes; was last 2014 midterms race to be settled – @abc15

  26. DeniseVB says:


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  28. DandyTIger says:

    I think Cuban normalization has been on the brink of happening for a while now. Just a matter of a few years IMO. So the real question is, will this Obama move actually be that normalization that was going to happen sooner rather than later, or will this actually screw it up. That is, will this prolong the Castro communist regime and make things worse, or will it usher in a quicker collapse of that regime?

    • mothy6767 says:

      I went to Cuba once in 1993. It was a documentary shoot and every step of the way was guided. Drop dead good looking people and turquoise spotless kitchen cabinets. Ugly people with even uglier kitchens were probably made to stay away. Know it was a showcase but hot damn it was beautiful. These days I think our government is no better. The will of the people be damned.

    • WMCB says:

      I’ve long been in favor of some move toward normalization. But Obama just gave it away with ZERO concessions on Castro’s part.

      Castro was immedaitely on Cuban TV boasting that he didn’t have to renounce a single (communist) principle to achieve this great victory.

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  34. HELENK3 says:

    when backtrack was spewing today, he did not look right. almost like he had on a mask.

  35. HELENK3 says:

    per John Kerry
    we will review the status of Cuba as a terrorist state

    • cynic says:

      Speaking of terrorists, under the Clinton Regime and Eric Holder, they pardoned a bunch of terrrorists, including a couple of women that were part of the Weather Underground.

      Put on your tinfoil hats. I’m making a prediction that Joanne Chesimard, aka Assata Shakur, who was a member of the Weather Underground, and escaped from jail and hightailed it to Cuba, will be included in a presidential pardon. She was Tupac Shakur’s Aunt, a radical, and loved by the Leftists.

  36. HELENK3 says:

    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says he would not rule out a presidential visit to Havana – @ZekeJMiller
    End of alert

    maybe we will get backtrack in gitmo sooner then we think

  37. HELENK3 says:

    the cyber terrorist just won. no theater chain will show sony picture the interview

    • HELENK3 says:

      Report: Sony Pictures is weighing premium video-on-demand release for ‘The Interview,’ source says, but no plan in place yet – @variety

      • Jadzia says:

        Sony is in business to make money and furthermore is run by Japanese businessmen who aren’t from the same constitutional tradition as Americans. If that movie isn’t going to make money for whatever reason, of course they are going to pull it. From a business standpoint (and specifically, from the standpoint of civil liability issues) I’m not positive that Sony had much of a choice here–just thinking about the potential civil litigation from a variety of sources makes my head spin. You (the general you, not you Helen) want your movie studio to be a free speech martyr, maybe patronize an American company instead.

  38. mothy6767 says:

    Did not work last time old vinyl from tha attic

  39. HELENK3 says:

    just out of curiosity, how are relations between Russia and Cuba today? Cuba and North Korea, Cuba and Iran? will any of those relationships change?

  40. 49erDweet says:

    Yeah. Same thing happened to me at the hardware store yesterday ’cause I’m male. Some lady asked me “where do you keep your plumbing supplies”? I felt O’s pain. I also resisted giving her the Klown answer to that question.

  41. piper says:

    Barack looking for a legacy everywhere and anywhere. Stop picking on the poor widdle guy who wants only to be loved, adored, admired and higher on the presidential scale than Jimmieh C.

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