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Author: Subject: The definition of being a p_ssy coward!!!

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 05:46 PM
If I witnessed what these sissy cowards did to that woman that 6 foot something sissy who stomped on her head would have experienced at least one very hard hay maker to his fat little face. There is zero excuse for a man to act like that unless under physical attack. Even then I find it hard to believe that two grown men couldn't restrain the woman without acting like cowards!!! I hope she presses charges and they get screwed big time!!!

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The definition of irony is that the head-stomper was wearing a "Don't Tread On Me" button.

Meanwhile, he's waiting for an apology from his victim:

"I don't think it's that big of a deal," Profitt said. "I would like for her to apologize to me to be honest with you."

"She's a professional at what she does," Profitt added, "and I think when all the facts come out, I think people will see that she was the one that initiated the whole thing."

After offering this pathetic non-apology the other day:

"I'm sorry that it came to that, and I apologize if it appeared overly forceful, but I was concerned about Rand's safety. A friend of mine went up to three policeman before Rand got there, and told them about the girl who was standing there with that wig on and that she was getting ready to do something. The policemen looked at him and said that's not our job."

 

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The definition of irony is that the head-stomper was wearing a "Don't Tread On Me" button.

Meanwhile, he's waiting for an apology from his victim:

"I don't think it's that big of a deal," Profitt said. "I would like for her to apologize to me to be honest with you."

"She's a professional at what she does," Profitt added, "and I think when all the facts come out, I think people will see that she was the one that initiated the whole thing."

After offering this pathetic non-apology the other day:

"I'm sorry that it came to that, and I apologize if it appeared overly forceful, but I was concerned about Rand's safety. A friend of mine went up to three policeman before Rand got there, and told them about the girl who was standing there with that wig on and that she was getting ready to do something. The policemen looked at him and said that's not our job."


The woman is pressing charges. Let's see what this p_ssy says when the courts throw the book at him. I hope he gets a little jail time with a big and strong cellmate that doesn't care for men who assault women. Both him and the other sissy coward who forced her to the ground deserve nothing less than a good old fashioned beating IMO!!!

 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 06:53 PM
Not only is he a gutless coward bully, he's a whining sack of sh*t too. The woman was already down on the ground being held by someone else when this macho protector of freedom had to go over and stomp on her. Apology? I'd give him an apology....right up side the head with a bat.

 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 07:00 PM
A total asswipe.

 

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The definition of irony is that the head-stomper was wearing a "Don't Tread On Me" button.

Meanwhile, he's waiting for an apology from his victim:

"I don't think it's that big of a deal," Profitt said. "I would like for her to apologize to me to be honest with you."

"She's a professional at what she does," Profitt added, "and I think when all the facts come out, I think people will see that she was the one that initiated the whole thing."

After offering this pathetic non-apology the other day:

"I'm sorry that it came to that, and I apologize if it appeared overly forceful, but I was concerned about Rand's safety. A friend of mine went up to three policeman before Rand got there, and told them about the girl who was standing there with that wig on and that she was getting ready to do something. The policemen looked at him and said that's not our job."


The woman is pressing charges. Let's see what this p_ssy says when the courts throw the book at him. I hope he gets a little jail time with a big and strong cellmate that doesn't care for men who assault women. Both him and the other sissy coward who forced her to the ground deserve nothing less than a good old fashioned beating IMO!!!


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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 07:59 PM
I love the Ziva David character. She's my 'inner' me.

 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 09:07 PM
He should not have stomped this professional MoveOn.org agitator in the head.

 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 11:06 PM
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He should not have stomped this professional MoveOn.org agitator in the head.





No, if both of those sissies couldn't contain her without throwing her down and stomping on her they should have just let her be. This is how the supporters of candidates like Paul act though. She wasn't even any kind of threat. She was wearing a wig and carrying a sign and fake trophy. You would think the way they treated her that she was some kind of GOP activist walking around at a Presidential rally with a semi automatic weapon slung on her shoulder. I don't remember any of them being thrown down and stomped on by some Democrat jerks or even the Secret Service and they were obviously a threat.

 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 11:13 PM
My home state. We have to have the ugliest campaign going.

One candidate worshipped Aqua Buddha and there's a story brewing that the other as State AG may have tipped off his brother on a drug investigation.

I think I'm leaving the Senate vote blank on this years ballot

 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 11:15 PM
BTW that video is from the station that fired me

 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 11:16 PM
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He should not have stomped this professional MoveOn.org agitator in the head.




Give me an effin break. What does being a professional MoveOn.org agitator have to do with her being assaulted when she didn't pose a threat? Does that mean someone who doesn't agree with you or your ideas should throw your happy *ss to the ground next time they see you and stomp on you?

 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 11:25 PM
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You would think the way they treated her that she was some kind of GOP activist walking around at a Presidential rally with a semi automatic weapon slung on her shoulder. I don't remember any of them being thrown down and stomped on by some Democrat jerks or even the Secret Service and they were obviously a threat.


While what the guy did in this clip is reprehensible and I am sure that the proper authorities are handling the situation. I would hardly say that this represents all Paul supporters, Tea Party or GOP. Is everything a D or R thing with you?
I mean you donít have a problem lumping a whole group of people into a category based on the actions of 1 or 2?


 

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  posted on 10/27/2010 at 11:28 PM
I don't so much blame Paul for the man's actions as much as I blame the political climate these days. I'm not certain why any supporter for any candidate thinks a show of force against the opposition should be tolerated.

 

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I don't so much blame Paul for the man's actions as much as I blame the political climate these days. I'm not certain why any supporter for any candidate thinks a show of force against the opposition should be tolerated.


I agree and you are right the political climate is driving a lot of the craziness these days. I am just glad that it hasn't gotten any worse than it has.

 

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You would think the way they treated her that she was some kind of GOP activist walking around at a Presidential rally with a semi automatic weapon slung on her shoulder. I don't remember any of them being thrown down and stomped on by some Democrat jerks or even the Secret Service and they were obviously a threat.


While what the guy did in this clip is reprehensible and I am sure that the proper authorities are handling the situation. I would hardly say that this represents all Paul supporters, Tea Party or GOP. Is everything a D or R thing with you?
I mean you donít have a problem lumping a whole group of people into a category based on the actions of 1 or 2?





When you show me a video of a Republican woman being stomped on by a Democrat I will have no problem calling them cowards as well. This really has less to do with politics and more to do with being a man or a p_ssy.

There was though another incident I believe in Alaska where a Republican's security force handcuffed a reporter for opposing their views and asking questions they didn't like. Show me some evidence of these types of things happening to GOP supporters and I will gladly have at the perpetrators.

 

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You would think the way they treated her that she was some kind of GOP activist walking around at a Presidential rally with a semi automatic weapon slung on her shoulder. I don't remember any of them being thrown down and stomped on by some Democrat jerks or even the Secret Service and they were obviously a threat.


While what the guy did in this clip is reprehensible and I am sure that the proper authorities are handling the situation. I would hardly say that this represents all Paul supporters, Tea Party or GOP. Is everything a D or R thing with you?
I mean you donít have a problem lumping a whole group of people into a category based on the actions of 1 or 2?





When you show me a video of a Republican woman being stomped on by a Democrat I will have no problem calling them cowards as well. This really has less to do with politics and more to do with being a man or a p_ssy.

There was though another incident I believe in Alaska where a Republican's security force handcuffed a reporter for opposing their views and asking questions they didn't like. Show me some evidence of these types of things happening to GOP supporters and I will gladly have at the perpetrators.


Dude I don't give a fat rats ass what party is doing what, if it's wrong, it's wrong. But to say that this is how all republicans act is just as asinine as saying all muslims are terriost.

Is everything a D and R thing with you?

I mean you manage to find a way to blame the R's regardless of the topic.



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I don't so much blame Paul for the man's actions as much as I blame the political climate these days. I'm not certain why any supporter for any candidate thinks a show of force against the opposition should be tolerated.


I agree and you are right the political climate is driving a lot of the craziness these days. I am just glad that it hasn't gotten any worse than it has.


It will.

 

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But to say that this is how all republicans act


Where did he say that?

 

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You would think the way they treated her that she was some kind of GOP activist walking around at a Presidential rally with a semi automatic weapon slung on her shoulder. I don't remember any of them being thrown down and stomped on by some Democrat jerks or even the Secret Service and they were obviously a threat.


While what the guy did in this clip is reprehensible and I am sure that the proper authorities are handling the situation. I would hardly say that this represents all Paul supporters, Tea Party or GOP. Is everything a D or R thing with you?
I mean you donít have a problem lumping a whole group of people into a category based on the actions of 1 or 2?





When you show me a video of a Republican woman being stomped on by a Democrat I will have no problem calling them cowards as well. This really has less to do with politics and more to do with being a man or a p_ssy.

There was though another incident I believe in Alaska where a Republican's security force handcuffed a reporter for opposing their views and asking questions they didn't like. Show me some evidence of these types of things happening to GOP supporters and I will gladly have at the perpetrators.


Dude I don't give a fat rats ass what party is doing what, if it's wrong, it's wrong. But to say that this is how all republicans act is just as asinine as saying all muslims are terriost.

Is everything a D and R thing with you?

I mean you manage to find a way to blame the R's regardless of the topic.



[Edited on 10/28/2010 by er1016]


No, I blame the Republicans when they deserve to be blamed. Like I said, show me something like this being perpetrated on a Republican by a Democrat and I will be all over that Democrat.

You are right, I shouldn't say every Rand Paul supporter or GOP supporter act this way. However it has seemed like a pattern lately. I haven't heard of one single Republican supporter being treated like that in any way shape or form. Nor have I seen a conservative reporter handcuffed at a Democrat's campaign speech for disagreeing with their views.

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Where did he say that?


I said that's how Rand Paul supporters act. I didn't say all but he took it that way. I should phrase it a different way from now so it can't be taken that way.

 

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I don't so much blame Paul for the man's actions as much as I blame the political climate these days. I'm not certain why any supporter for any candidate thinks a show of force against the opposition should be tolerated.


I agree and you are right the political climate is driving a lot of the craziness these days. I am just glad that it hasn't gotten any worse than it has.


It will.


I hope you are wrong.

 

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  posted on 10/28/2010 at 12:37 AM
Fat-ass rush limbaugh is a professional agitator, does that give me the right to stomp on his head if I run into him or hannity or glen beck?.

 

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  posted on 10/28/2010 at 12:37 AM
I just got an email from moveon.org about the 'you can't stomp on me' campaign they've launched. Here is a link for anyone who wants to upload a photo of themselves with a sign or to just sign the petition.

http://pol.moveon.org/cantstomp/?id=24733-3759788-F9L1kMx&t=5

 

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I don't so much blame Paul for the man's actions as much as I blame the political climate these days. I'm not certain why any supporter for any candidate thinks a show of force against the opposition should be tolerated.


I agree and you are right the political climate is driving a lot of the craziness these days. I am just glad that it hasn't gotten any worse than it has.


It will.


I hope you are wrong.


I think it's inevitable.

 

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