Of course not...
|March 29 2012, 1:19 PM |
You are an
|March 29 2012, 1:50 PM |
ignorant AZZZ. What does this have to do with the Trayvon Martin case?
|March 29 2012, 2:05 PM |
According to the liberal and democrat own definition of the word racism this example fits it to a T. A black girl beating up on a white girl during a soccer game. No, to them it would not be simple fight that broke out because one of the two players was frustrated at the way things were going. No, it would be racist!! If that situation were reversed it would be making headlines on the likes of CNN, MSNBC, etc.
Of course those of us with an IQ above room temperature know that is not the definition of racism.
It be hot
|March 29 2012, 2:38 PM |
|March 31 2012, 11:55 PM |
Zimmerman is the one who uttered f#@#ing coons under his breath while talking to the 911 operator. He is the one who racially profiled Treyvon. He is the one who killed an unarmed kid. He initiated the confrontation with Treyvon. Had he done what the 911 operator instructed him to do and not follow Treyvon, he would still be alive. Zimmerman should have been arrested by now. Period. This stand your ground law is b.s. I guess anyone can go out packing a gun and start a fight with someone and then when you are getting your a@# beat pull out your gun and kill the person and claim self defense. Thats a load of crap.
the stand your ground law
|April 2 2012, 5:26 AM |
in not BS. Just because you have on example by no means makes it bad. So typical.
well the MSM does it again
|April 2 2012, 9:56 AM |
seems that they 'doctored' the Zimmerman 911 call and removed the part where the 911 dispatcher ASKS Zimmerman about the race of the perp...
And your point?
|April 2 2012, 12:11 PM |
if I have to explain it, Lucy, you won't get it
|April 2 2012, 1:46 PM |
it's OK to mis-report 'facts' as long as it furthers your agenda
What was misreported?
|April 2 2012, 2:07 PM |
No one made any mention that his comments were racist in that report. If you had not mentioned it, I would never have made the connection. Please show me and the rest of us where that was stated, maybe I missed it. Was that same edit used in later reports? You are attempting to create something that is not there.
Re: What was misreported?
|April 2 2012, 2:51 PM |
911 operator - what does he look like?
Zimmer - umm, he's black
reactive (the way it happened)
Zimmer - he's black
proactive (implies zimmer had determined the race, and called because of it... get it, Lucy? The media is trying to create an opinion in your head. Like pictures of a 13 year old baby-faced Trayvon versus a tatted, muscular, grilled 17 year old man)
That's how YOU want to hear it or read it.
|April 2 2012, 7:28 PM |
I don't see or hear it that way and I'm white. It is one sentence from one report from one network. Do you condone the examples from Fox News/Hannity listed in the previous post?
Kinda like Fox and Hannity.
|April 2 2012, 2:09 PM |
Opinion shows vs. news reporting...
|April 2 2012, 5:34 PM |
like comparing apples and oranges.
Forget it. Your mantra is old and tired.
|April 2 2012, 7:30 PM |
A distorted fact is a distorted fact whether it is presented on a news show or an opinion show. Is it that hard to understand? Apparently with you it is.
Old and tired?
|April 2 2012, 11:05 PM |
How about justifying poor behavior by saying others do it? Even my kids know better than that.
Justifying poor behavior?
|April 2 2012, 11:13 PM |
What are you talking about? I said a distorted fact is a distorted fact. Where do you get justifying poor behavior?
Your or another poster said..
|April 2 2012, 11:34 PM |
"kinda like Fox and Hannity". "Do you condone the examples from Fox News/Hannity listed in the previous post?"
It's a weak attempt to change the subject. What Fox and Hannity do is completely and totally irrelevant to the situation at hand. The implicit message from you (or another poster) is that what NBC did was okay because Fox and Hannity distort facts too. Capiche?
Do you condone what Fox and Hannity did?
|April 3 2012, 9:12 AM |
Seems like a simple question. Would like to know where you stand on that.
What, no answer???
|April 3 2012, 9:17 PM |
I know it was a long sentence, but try.
Re: What, no answer???
|April 3 2012, 10:20 PM |
It was not relevant and I'm not a hannity fan. There. Probably should disclose that it was not the entire speech/ video/ whatever.
Re: Kinda like Fox and Hannity.
|April 3 2012, 9:25 AM |
This is not a good example of what you are trying to do.
Hannity started (operative word "STARTED") his clip at a portion of Obama's speech.
NBC purposely "CUT OUT" a portion of a conversation mid-sentence.
You're not serious?
|April 3 2012, 10:17 AM |
If you can't tell the difference then there is no hope for you.
i think he is serious
|April 3 2012, 10:32 AM |
and the distinction is obvious. Especially when NBC/MSNBC played this across multiple 'shows' and presented as truth. If FOX selectively edited, as opposed to delaying the start, not cutting out parts of the middle, without a 'wipe' to show discontinuity, then I would be up in arms. With Hannity, it is afterall an opinion show. Anyone with a pulse should know that. If it were the 7:00 news program, I would expect more journalism as opposed to 'punditism'. I don't tune in to Hannity to get my news (I don't have time to tune in to Hannity for opinion, either).
You are a shining example of something, that is for sure.
|April 3 2012, 11:58 AM |
Your choice to pick this NBC story as a good example of liberal media bias is great because it shows the desperation and total lack of intellect to follow along without, "oooh they left out the question and that means they are trying to say something about Zimmerman". With all that is being said about Zimmerman that effort falls flat as to be absurd.
I wouldn't use the word "good".
|April 3 2012, 1:07 PM |
I think "another", as in "this NBC story as another example of liberal media bias", is much more appropriate.
and what facts are being presented?
|April 3 2012, 1:43 PM |
I have heard from the media, and nothing affirmative
'With all that is being said about Zimmerman that effort falls flat as to be absurd.'
The timeline I found online shows that Martin should have been far away from Zimmerman (about 2 minutes pass) when he was finished with his call to 911. Instead, we find Martin and Zimmerman within about 100 feet of where Zimmermna was talking on the phone, an several hundred feet from where Martin was staying with his dads current significant other. Martin seems to be the one that was looking for the confrontation.
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