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Good News: We Were Born in the Right Country!

11 July 2014 - 04:05 AM


Do You Believe in a Secular America?

11 July 2014 - 03:32 AM



Well do you?

Yet Another Mass Murdering SOB

10 July 2014 - 04:46 PM

So very, very sad.

Ronald Lee Haskell charged in execution-style shootings of 4 children, 2 adults in Houston

 

An ex-FedEx employee accused of shooting a family of seven in their Houston-area home used his delivery uniform to get into the house, police said.  Ronald Lee Haskell was charged with killing a married couple and four of their children execution-style after he barged into the family’s Harris County home dressed in a FedEx shirt, the Houston Chronicle reported.

Haskell allegedly lined up the family members and shot all seven in the back of the head.

Five of the victims died at the scene: Stephen Stay, Katie Stay, a 13-year old boy, and two girls ages 9 and 7. A 4-year-old boy died later at a hospital.  The attack’s lone survivor, the 15-year-old girl, suffered a fractured skull. She remains in critical condition at a local hospital.

The teenager called 911 after Haskell fled the house. She identified the shooter to police as her ex-uncle and said he was on his way to kill her grandparents.  Police rushed to the next target’s home to intercept the alleged mission.

He showed up moments later, cops said.

Read more: http://www.nydailyne...4#ixzz376UI4nY2

Ronald Lee Haskell had a history of violence.
 


Haskell had previously been jailed in 2008 in Logan, a city about 80 miles north of Salt Lake City, on charges of assault and child abuse or neglect, according to a statement released by the Cache County Sheriff's Office. He was also served last year with a protective order from his ex-wife. It was dismissed in October after the couple filed for divorce, online court records show.
http://www.kswo.com/...as-delivery-man

I support the right for Americans to own firearms, however individuals with a history of violent behavior should lose that right.
 
 

Neighbour Verena Beckstrand, 42, choked back tears as she described how Katie Stay went to Utah last fall to help her sister escape her relationship with Haskell and make a fresh start in Texas

Neighbors embrace each other following a shooting Wednesday, July 9, 2014, in Spring, Texas. Deputies have cornered a man suspected in a shooting at a suburban Houston home that resulted in multiple fatalities.

http://globalnews.ca...n-houston-home/

 

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I also support 100% background checks on the sale of all firearms.


College GOP chairman resigns, joining Democrats

02 July 2014 - 08:31 PM

I over the last 48 hours or so, I have been in deep thought about the future of MFCR and of the Republican Party. I have come to the conclusion that I no longer want to be the leader of the Mississippi Federation of College Republicans. I refuse to simply let people break the rules and think they don't have to answer for their actions, admit they were wrong, or even apologize. When I ran for Chairman in the spring, I ran to be Chairman of the Mississippi Federation of College REPUBLICANS, not the Mississippi Federation of College "Tea Partiers". Also, I believe that the Republican Party has allowed these groups of extremist to have too much of a voice and because of that, the platform of the Republican Party has shifted too far to the right in my opinion. For example, the drastic cuts on needed federal funding that these groups of Republican extremists support would leave society weak and crippled. Secondly, their far right stance on immigration is not only ignorant, but it is cruel. After all our country is a nation of immigrants and should welcome immigrants from every country. My father was an immigrant from Cuba and came to America in 1959 because of the freedom that this nation offers. This freedom should be available to each and every individual that wants to come work hard and pursue his or her goals in America. Finally, I believe the Republican Party has not done enough to put a stop to the hatred and cruel words and actions of the far right extremist in the party. The Republican Party consistently says they are trying to appeal to minorities, but this will never happen when we allow members of party to say cruel and ignorant things about Women, African Americans, Hispanics, and other minorities in our country. I simply cannot be apart of organization that have members who support these far right extremist views, much less be the Chairman of the organization. So in conclusion, I, Evan Alvarez, am hereby resigning my position as Chairman of the Mississippi Federation of College Republicans, as well as my membership at the Mississippi State Chapter of MFCR. This change is effective immediately!


http://www.clarionle...crats/11763673/

Couldn't have said it any better. Felt exactly the same way decades ago when the GOP took a sharp turn to the right in an effort to gain the votes of luddites, bigots and racists.


Congressman Louie Gohmert Calls Gays Intolerant - JUST LIKE NAZIS!

25 May 2014 - 10:28 PM

Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-TX) took to the House floor to explain how supporters of gay rights are just like Nazis in their intolerance for people - like Gohmert - who merely want to deny gay people the right to marry, just like everyone else.

In this clip, The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur breaks down Gohmert's dubious logic and reveals why Gohmert, with one finger pointed at the gays' intolerance, really has three fingers pointing back at his own.


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