Who is Responsible for NYPD Assassinations?

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  1. righteousdude2

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    He heard of a need ..... he came running to sell his goods .... he whipped up the crowds into a frenzy .... he made tons of money selling his vile form of racial medicine .... and now we have two innocent young NYPD officers ambushed while they sat in their car, guarding the community from gang activity!

    In my opinion, the Reverend Al Sharpton should be held responsible for this tragedy today! Even so, Mayor Bill de Blasio owns a portion of the responsibility for his failure to support the men and women who put their lives the line each day to keep NYC and surrounding cities safe from terrorism, crime, drugs, vandalism, murder, rape, burglary, robbery, sex crimes, gang activities, and domestic disputes, to name just few of the many types of calls these men and women face daily for the average New Yorker's well being!

    Then maybe a smaller percentage of the blame for this dastardly crime should be laid on the steps of the hearts of all those who marched through New York street's shouting, "What do we want? DEAD COPS!!! - When do we want it? NOW!!!"

    Still, when it's all said and done, the majority of the blame goes to Shallow Al's Traveling Snake Oil Show. A show he brought to Hollywood this past week to whip up more energy and anger for a cause that is nothing more than a fringe thing.

    Here are statistics that show numbers of killings of blacks for the last ten or so years. While there check out the cops killed in the line of duty stats. It will surprise you! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_killings_by_law_enforcement_officers_in_the_United_States,_2014

    Well, the protesters got what they wanted, but does this make things sit better now with all of you? Does it dampen the anger and call for revenge? Does it avenge Mr. Garner's death? Will it absolve Garner and Brown for their part in a crime, no matter how serious the crime may have been? It was still a crime? Finally, does the death of two young cops absolve these two men from their arrogant, aggressive, authority defying attempts to avoid arrest?

    I think not!
     
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    I think you and Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh are just as responsible.
     
  3. righteousdude2

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    Well .... there is no law against "thinking!" So just go straight ahead with your thinking. It is free, and no one would want to deny you from being able to think, let alone myself! :laugh:
     
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    When you demand your pound of flesh, you are not supposed to take a drop of blood.

    I do think that DeBlasio should privatize his bodyguard and use mercenaries.

    I thank God that I do not live in New York.
     
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    Would it be too much to ask you to be more specific?
     
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    Actually, to be in the company of Sean Hannity, and maybe Rush, is not a slam type slap. It is a compliment. :smilewinkgrin:
     
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    Community organizers and public officials who have supported this garbage are responsible and have blood on their hands.
     
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    There are many good reasons to impeach Obama, some of which are his consistent efforts to cause racial divide in America. Allowing a known racist to associate an come to the WH. Add in Benghazi, the NSA and IRS. Plus the lies on Obamacare. Sure looks like we can evict him in no time.
     
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    The Police chief pulled no punches! He said there was blood on the hands of many and it started in city hall and with those who intice the violance under the guise of "peaceful protesting". Nailed it!
     
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    Ismaaiyl Brinsley, and Ismaaiyl Brinsley alone, is responsible for the deaths of those two officers.
     
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    Legally, maybe, but certainly not morally or ethically.
     
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    Yup. And if someone follows through on on of Al Sharpton's death threats, that someone, and only that someone will be responsible.
     
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    (5)the term “domestic terrorism” means activities that—(A) involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State;
    (B) appear to be intended—(i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population;
    (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or
    (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping; and

    (C) occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the United States.

    http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2331


     
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    It is not so much a question of who is responsible. Rather it is more of what are the conditions that exist in our society that lead to such disastrous actions? If the underlying conditions, conditions and beliefs on all sides of the issue, are not addressed this will happen over and over and over .................
     
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    The underlying conditions were created by the government and certain individuals that worked together with the media to exploit racial division and hatred.

    That makes them responsible.
     
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    …..It's time for the residents of New York to own up to their share of responsibility in this situation for demanding and supporting an increasing number of laws police are then told to go enforce on the poorest and most marginalized residents of New York City.

    Ed Kreyewski, writing for Reason.com
     
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    Indeed.

    I remember when Gabriel Giffords was shot and the left tried to pin it on pro 2nd amendment rights people, like Michele Bachmann. Well, here you have a situation where the right is trying to pin the blame on a different entity than the shooter for political purposes.

    If it stunk when the left did it, it stinks when the right does it.
     
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    The difference in this case being "the left" is responsible for stirring up division and strife.

    Maybe I'm wrong to assume that "the righties" here are all in agreement that the shooter is responsible for his actions and none of us/them (whatever) is claiming otherwise.

    Let's find out if I'm wrong.

    Are there any "righties" here claiming that the shooter is not responsible for own his actions?


     
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