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Boy, 16, shot dead
...Gunmen tell little brother to run

By Gyasi Gonzales
 
A TEENAGER on his way to share Sunday lunch with his mother was shot dead in John John, East Port of Spain, yesterday.

The victim was identified by police as Shakeel Aberdeen, 16.
Police said Aberdeen and his 12-year-old brother were walking through a track in Africa, John John when four men armed with guns approached them from behind around 11 a.m.
The killers told the younger brother to run home before shooting Aberdeen to the back of his head and back, police said. Aberdeen died on the spot.
Police investigators were unable to give a motive for the killing.
Aberdeen's mother, Sherma Critchlow, who arrived at the murder scene, said her children were staying by a relative a few houses lower down from where she lives.

"For no reason they just shot him in his head and his back and the thing is he was coming up by me for a meal but if ah know that this would have happened to him I would have come to him," she said.
Police officers who were at the scene of the mutiple fatality accident in Sea Lots had to respond to the murder scene to preserve any evidence.

Detectives of the Homicide Bureau and officers of the Crime Scene Unit subsequently arrived on the scene and Aberdeen's body was taken to the Port of Spain Mortuary.
Homicide Bureau officers are continuing investigations.

The murder toll stood at 73 up to last night according to an Express tally, while the murder toll for the comparable period last year stood at 60.

WTF did I just read that.... what going on in this place?

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Football / Re: Jack Warner sons arrested?
« on: February 21, 2013, 11:08:56 AM »
How does failure to declare equate to money laundering ?

 or who walks into one of the busiest airports in America with that kind of money?

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General Discussion / Re: Drone Strikes
« on: February 15, 2013, 07:38:38 PM »
all kicks aside: lets hope their intentions are noble and not nefarious  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Re: Drone Strikes
« on: February 15, 2013, 05:23:03 PM »
Word is that the DHS has been simulating different scenarios, including a collapse of the financial system and the civil society,

http://news.investors.com/politics-andrew-malcolm/020813-643707-obama-homeland-security-vast-ammunition-purchases.htm

Why are the feds loading up on so much ammo?
By Andrew Malcolm
Posted 02/08/2013 09:02 AM ET



In a puzzling, unexplained development, the Obama administration has been buying and storing vast amounts of ammunition in recent months, with the Department of Homeland Security just placing another order for an additional 21.6 million rounds.

Several other agencies of the federal government also began buying large quantities of bullets last year. The Social Security Administration, for instance, not normally considered on the frontlines of anything but dealing with seniors, explained that its purchase of millions of rounds was for special agents' required quarterly weapons qualifications. They must be pretty poor shots.

But DHS has been silent about its need for numerous orders of bullets in the multiple millions. Indeed, Examiner writer Ryan Keller points out Janet Napolitano's agency illegally redacted information from some ammunition solicitation forms following media inquiries.

According to one estimate, just since last spring DHS has stockpiled more than 1.6 billion bullets, mainly .40 caliber and 9mm. That's sufficient firepower to shoot every American about five times. Including illegal immigrants.

To provide some perspective, experts estimate that at the peak of the Iraq war American troops were firing around 5.5 million rounds per month. At that rate, DHS is armed now for a 24-year Iraq war.

The perceived need for so much ammunition in federal custody is especially strange given Obama's double-barreled emphasis in his inaugural address on the approaching end in Afghanistan "of a decade of war." And he also noted, "We, the people, still believe that enduring security and lasting peace do not require perpetual war."

The lack of a credible official explanation for such awesome ammunition acquisitions is feeding all sorts of conspiracy theories, mainly centered on federal anticipation of some kind of domestic insurrection. Napolitano has at times alluded to threats from the extreme right-wing.

Other conspiracists harken back to an Obama Colorado campaign speech in July, 2008. That day he deviated from his prepared text to say:

"We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."

Writing at American Thinker, Lee Cary noted at the time that the speech context seemed to involve expanded opportunities for community service. But as still happens when Obama goes off-teleprompter, his non-fortuitous word choice on the fly such as "national security force" prompted numerous writers to speculate since about some kind of national Obama para-military force.

And as great as Obama's unlikely, newly-revealed passion for skeet-shooting might be, that involves shotguns, not handguns over-heated from blasting off millions of rounds.

Additionally, Napolitano, a former governor of Arizona, is widely expected to seek the 2016 Democrat presidential nomination. But you wouldn't think she'd need that much ammo for such a bid.




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General Discussion / Re: THE OFFICIAL BABES THREAD
« on: February 14, 2013, 04:35:29 PM »
Happi Valen-times day:



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Football / Re: Footballer/Celebrity look-alikes
« on: February 13, 2013, 08:12:46 PM »
 ;D nice

Small Mag does look like Federico Macheda also

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Football / Re: The Stretford End- Home of the Champions
« on: February 11, 2013, 10:37:01 AM »
Sir Ryan Giggs has scored in 21 out of the 21 Premier League seasons.... Knight him now, so we could see in the starting line up... "Sir Ryan Giggs."

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General Discussion / Re: Drone Strikes
« on: February 10, 2013, 09:06:26 PM »
Man hunt for ex-soldier who shot police chief's daughter and killed policeman

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/376732/Man-hunt-for-ex-soldier-who-shot-police-chief-s-daughter-and-killed-policeman

POLICE plan to use spy drones in the hunt for a Rambo-style ex-soldier and policeman who has murdered three people and vowed to kill again.

By: Mike ParkerPublished: Sun, February 10, 2013
 
Christopher Dorner is thought to be hiding in California’s snow-capped San Bernardino mountain

They believe burly, heavily-armed Christopher Dorner is holed-up in the wilderness of California’s snow-capped San Bernardino mountains 80 miles east of Los Angeles.

The burnt-out shell of his pick-up truck was discovered in the nearby resort of Big Bear, where residents and tourists have been warned to stay indoors as the search continues.

Yesterday, as a task force of 125 officers, some riding Snowcats in the rugged terrain, continued their search, it was revealed that Dorner has become the first human target for remotely-controlled airborne drones on US soil.

A senior police source said: “The thermal imaging cameras the drones use may be our only hope of finding him. On the ground, it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack.”

Asked directly if drones have already been deployed, Riverside Police Chief Sergio Diaz, who is jointly leading the task force, said: “We are using all the tools at our disposal.”

The use of drones was later confirmed by Customs and Border Patrol spokesman Ralph DeSio, who revealed agents have been prepared for Dorner to make a dash for the Mexican border since his rampage began.

He said: “This agency has been at the forefront of domestic use of drones by law enforcement. That’s all I can say at the moment.”

Dorner, who was fired from the LAPD in 2008 for lying about a fellow officer he accused of misconduct, has vowed to wreak revenge by “killing officers and their families”.

In a chilling, 6,000 word “manifesto” on his Facebook page he has threatened to “bring warfare” to the LAPD and “utilise every bit of small arms training, demolition, ordinance and survival training I’ve been given.”

Dorner, 33, who rose to the rank of lieutenant in the US Navy and served in Iraq before joining the LAPD, also ominously warned that he has shoulder-launched surface-to-air missiles to “knock out” any helicopters used to pursue him.

Last night, Brian Levin, a psychologist and professor of criminal justice at Cal State University, San Bernardino, said: “We’re talking about someone who basically perceives that a tremendous injustice has been done to him that took his life and identity.

“Now he is, quite literally, at war.”

Dorner’s rampage began last Sunday when he shot dead Monica Quan, 27, the daughter of a former LAPD captain, and her fiancé Keith Lawrence as they sat in their car outside their home in Irvine, California.

Three days later, he stole a boat at gunpoint from an 81-year-old man at a yacht club in San Diego, near the Mexican border. He abandoned the boat when he could not get its engine to start.

The thermal imaging cameras the drones use may be our only hope of finding him. On the ground, it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack.
A senior police source
The following day, last Thursday, he was involved in a shoot-out with police in Cornona, 110 miles north of San Diego. The officers, one of whom was wounded, had been guarding one of his intended online targets.

Later that day, in nearby Riverside, he killed one police officer, whose name has not yet been revealed for security reasons, and wounded a second after opening fire on their car at a set of traffic lights.

As the manhunt for him broadened across numerous police jurisdictions, police mistakenly shot and wounded a mother and daughter delivering newspapers in a pick-up truck similar to Dorner’s.

That incident, in the LA suburb of Torrance, was astonishingly followed two hours later by another in the same area, when police again opened fire on a pick-up. This time, there were no casualties. Hours later, Dorner’s actual pick-up truck was found on a forest road near Big Bear City.

“He had torched it,” a San Bernardino police spokesman said. “We assume it may have broken down before he set fire to it.”

Since then, the huge manhunt for Dorner has focused on an area where hundreds of log cabins, both owned and rented out to tourists, are dotted around the mountainside.

“There is a strong possibility he is using an empty or abandoned one as a bolt-hole,” the police spokesman added last night.

LAPD police chief Charlie Beck, who has pleaded on TV with Dorner to surrender, accepted he might be “difficult to find”, adding: “He knows what he is doing. We trained him and he was also a member of the armed forces. It is extremely worrisome and scary.”

Police have also pleaded with local residents not to try to mount a civilian vigilante force or try to aid in the hunt for the fugitive.

However, one Big Bear resident, Dennis Pollock, said: “I did 12 years in the Marine Corps. Give me a sniper rifle, some gear, and point me in his general direction and get out of my way.”

Another local said: “We know every inch of this terrain and could be a real help to the cops, but all they’ve told us to do is stay at home and lock all our doors.”

Last night, America’s National Weather Centre warned that the hunt for Dorner could be further hampered by an expected snowfall of up to 6ins in the mountains. Wind gusts of up to 50mph are also forecast, creating an extreme wind-chill factor in the already freezing conditions.

San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon said: “To be honest, he could be anywhere right now. Torching his own vehicle could have been a diversion to throw us off track. Anything is possible with this man.”

The Plot thickens  :devil:

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General Discussion / Re: Drone Strikes
« on: February 10, 2013, 08:37:25 PM »
So let me get this: according to news articles in the last 6 mts.

1) DHS tested drones over the US (currently using them along the Canadian Border and to a minimal amount on the southern border.

2) DHS has bought 250 million rounds of Jacketed Hollow Point in .40 Caliber for "target practice" (either they love blowing tax payer dollars/ they prepping for something/ Or Big Sis Janet is just incompetent)

3) DHS has given out over 50 mil in contracts to Firearms Co... ordered over 65,000 sidearms to be produced, major contracts with H&K and Sig to produce new weapons cambered in .40.

4) Has ordered an additional 20 million rounds (caliber unknown) this year.

5) De DHS stockpile is 1.6 Billion rounds of Ammo..

6) Maxine Waters say that Barracus have compiled a comprehensive database on Americans.

7) DHS has been doing "military style" drills around the US on major cities...

8) Recently awarded a 217 mil contract to a formerly stained mil co-founded in N.C.  :devil:

hmmmm the plot thickens...



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General Discussion / Re: Drone Strikes
« on: February 09, 2013, 12:36:36 PM »
Don't fear the Reaper... like Eugene Robinson put it, "Barrack the Assassin"!

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General Discussion / Horse Meat, Yum.....
« on: February 08, 2013, 05:00:28 PM »
http://news.sky.com/story/1049133/findus-beef-lasagne-meals-100-percent-horsemeat

Findus Beef Lasagne Meals 100% Horsemeat

Firms are ordered to test their beef products, as the Food Standards Agency warns criminal activity may be behind contaminations.5:26am UK, Friday 08 February 2013

The food industry must make sure that when shoppers buy something, it is exactly what it says on the label, says Andrew Rhodes, from the Food Standards Agency.


Tests on Findus beef lasagne have revealed that some of the ready meals were made entirely from horsemeat.

Findus analysed 18 of its beef lasagne products and found 11 meals contained between 60% and 100% horsemeat, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) said.

There is no evidence to suggest the horsemeat found in the Findus beef lasagne is a food safety risk, the FSA said.

However, the agency has ordered urgent tests on the lasagne for the veterinary drug phenylbutazone. Meat from animals treated with "bute" is not allowed to enter the food chain in Britain as it may pose a risk to human health.

All food companies have been told to test their beef products, with the FSA saying it was "highly likely" that criminal activity was to blame for the contamination.

Consumers who have purchased the ready meals - produced by French food supplier Comigel on behalf of Findus - have been advised by the FSA not to eat them and return them to the shop they were bought from.

Retail giant Tesco and discount chain Aldi have already withdrawn a range of ready meals produced by Comigel over fears they contained contaminated meat.

Findus UK has already started a full recall of its lasagne products. It withdrew its 320g, 360g and 500g lasagne meals from supermarket shelves as a precautionary measure earlier this week.

It came after Comigel alerted Findus and Aldi that their products "do not conform to specification".

It advised them to remove Findus beef lasagne and Aldi's Today's Special frozen beef lasagne and Today's Special frozen spaghetti bolognese.


Shoppers who have bought the product can get a full refund, says Findus
Findus UK apologised to customers "for any inconvenience caused" - and said anyone who bought the affected lasagne products could get a full refund.

A spokesman said: "We understand this is a very sensitive subject for consumers and we would like to reassure you we have reacted immediately. We do not believe this to be a food safety issue.

"We are confident that we have fully resolved this supply chain issue. Fully compliant beef lasagne will be in stores again soon."

Tesco also decided to withdraw its Everyday Value spaghetti bolognese, which is produced at the same Comigel site.

A Tesco spokesman said: "We are aware of the results of the Findus tests and we will of course assist Findus with their recall process.

"Tests on our frozen Everyday Value spaghetti bolognese product are ongoing under our new DNA testing programme. We will inform our customers of the results as soon as possible."

The FSA, Defra and the Department of Health are working with businesses and trade bodies to enforce food safety and assess whether there are significant levels of improperly described meat in a whole series of processed beef products in the UK, including supplies to schools and hospitals.

Environment Secretary Owen Paterson said: "The presence of unauthorised ingredients cannot be tolerated ... the responsibility and for the safety and authenticity of food lies with those who produce it, and who sell or provide it to the final consumer."

Labour has accused ministers of being "asleep on the job" and has called for a police investigation into what it believes is fraud.

Shadow environment secretary Mary Creagh said she was "shocked and appalled" by the latest revelations.

She told Sky News: "The time has come for government ministers to pull their heads out of the sand and to take some swift action.

"We have had three weeks of damaging revelations about what is happening in the meat industry ... there is evidence that criminal gangs are involved in this, and frankly I cannot believe that the Government hasn't called in the police to investigate this in the UK.

"I don't see how we get to the bottom of it without getting in specialist teams and working out who is behind this fraud and why it is happening."

People must have confidence that the food they buy is properly labelled, legal and safe to eat, she added.

Anyone who has purchased a Findus beef lasagne can call the firm's UK customer care line on 0800 132584, those in the Republic of Ireland, 1800 800500, or email careline@findus.co.uk for a full refund.




British schools and hospitals could be at risk in new horse meat fears

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4784465/Findus-beef-lasagne-up-to-99-horse-tests-show.html

Alert ... food firm's pasta dish
By STEVE HAWKES, Business Editor
Last Updated: 08th February 2013
426
 
DOWNING Street today said that they cannot rule out that horse meat has been served to millions of school pupils and hospital patients.
It emerged last night that beef lasagne meals sold by fast food giants Findus were up to 99 per cent horse.

Chain ... Findus's beef lasagne was bought from
the same French meat supplier which provided
Tesco's withdrawn Value Spaghetti Bolognese.
Aldi has also pulled products from Comigel,
based in Metz, north east France
The food giant has now been ordered to test the dishes for a cancer-causing painkiller used by vets.
Today a spokesman for Findus said they received notification on SATURDAY that their products may contain horsemeat.
The company issued a full product recall on Monday before DNA testing on Wednesday confirmed horsemeat was in their products.
Findus today reiterated its apology over some of its beef lasagne products containing horse meat.
The company said it was “sorry that we have let people down”.
Ministers were rapped over the scandal and customers warned to take meals back to shops.
Downing Street described the latest incident as “distasteful” but stressed there was no evidence of a health risk and urged consumers to follow the FSA advice.
A Number 10 spokeswoman said the matter appeared to involve “acts of criminality” which were being investigated by the police, including officers from the UK.
She could not say, however, whether any tests had been done on school dinners, hospital and prison meals or other state-provided food.
Pressed repeatedly on the issue at a daily briefing for Westminster journalists, she said: “We have a regulatory regime in place and we have bodies that are there to enforce them and there is clearly a responsibility on retailers as well.
“The FSA are looking at this issue. There are routine tests carried out but it is really up to retailers to ensure that what they are selling to people who cook food for other people to consume is what it is on the label.”
She told reporters: “It looks like there have been acts of criminality, which is why the police are involved.”
Asked if that included UK officers, she said: “They are involved."
Findus last night admitted it had no idea how LONG the products had been on sale or how MANY families had bought them.
Tests on 18 sample meals found 11 were at least 60 per cent horse while one was virtually nothing but. The findings — which raised the spectre of human food being contaminated with vets’ drugs — are a major humiliation for the Government.
Labour shadow environment secretary Mary Creagh accused it of being “complacent” over the scandal’s scale and whether fraud was involved.
She said: “British ministers are asleep on the job. This is no longer just a food safety issue but possibly an international criminal trade.”
Red-faced officials at the Food Standards Agency have urged families who bought the ready meals to take them back to shops unopened.
And they ordered Findus to check whether the lasagne contained phenylbutazone — an animal painkiller linked to harmful effects, including potentially causing cancer, in humans.
Findus only admitted a problem with the meals after The Sun reported it had recalled them.
The dishes affected are all frozen Findus Beef Lasagne, 320g, 360g and 500g sizes.
A spokesman said: “Samples were taken from a variety of products. Some samples were as low as 5 per cent and one was 99 per cent.”
The products were bought from Comigel, a French meat supplier.
Tesco has withdrawn an Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese bought from the same source in Metz, north east France.


Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4784465/Findus-beef-lasagne-up-to-99-horse-tests-show.html#ixzz2KLqEz1zS




Ah ketch some fish today, all yuh brits want some? Frico leh meh hear yuh, fish and chips....


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General Discussion / Re: Hide yuh eyes
« on: February 05, 2013, 07:10:40 AM »
WOW.... started shopping at Walmart last year, some real characters does pass through!  :rotfl:

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General Discussion / Re: Ah know ah go take flack fuh this but........
« on: February 05, 2013, 07:08:39 AM »
On the real though JC I think you does let this racism thing affect yuh too much.  Personally, I have come to accept that there are ignorant people in this world.  I have come to accept that they will say shit that offends me.  Sometimes I respond/react, most times I do not.  I have come to accept that those who say "it can only affect you if you let it..." talking shit.  Sometimes even though yuh try yuh best to tune it out, it will still affect you.  But you know what?  I have also come to accept that there's a plan for me and no man, or men... or who ever could prevent me from achieving what I am meant to achieve.  Everything else is small stuff, and I does try to not sweat the small stuff.

 :applause:

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General Discussion / Re: Pentagon to end ban on women in front-line combat
« on: February 05, 2013, 06:43:16 AM »
I support women in combat! Hell, put GoPro cams on their helmets and unleash them on the muzzies, then run the footage on the military channel 24/7.  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Re: THE OFFICIAL BABES THREAD
« on: January 17, 2013, 06:38:24 PM »
Found my Eve



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YUh know ah had some free time today to read some of the things Gino post here...  :frustrated:

How much thing this man study in university? Forensic Science, Religion, Criminal Justice, Economics, History? Geez... and yet he does be wrong 99% of the time.

Whey de full release of "step forward" Gino, I only know of the short clip?


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Real Talk:

Gino when yuh dropping the de debut of the GoldLove album, when yuh going on tour?

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Football / Re: T&T keen on Kilmarnock teenager, Rory McKenzie
« on: January 02, 2013, 10:24:07 PM »
Whey Roopie Gone?

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Leh we do talk about that 2012 VA run, ah still shook over it.... steups... I in rural Va, and meet a couple all de forking way from Mass, another one from Washington State and forking California registering voters. Every time we tort we had the upper hand in Va, we were brought back to earth...  :notworthy:

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Folks, the new definition of stupidity according to Webster is "Gino"

Two trinis have the same cussing style, this has to be a coincidence? may be they are the same poster, they use the same verbiage? Really  :rotfl:

The first time this ass clown friended me on facebook, I should have known he was a jackass, he tell me it nice to see a "guyanese" supporting TnT football. I ask him why he think I is ah guyanese? He say because I on de "Georgetown" network, so he ass-ume that I from Guyana. Maybe he did not see the DOT, edu that accompanied the email posted in the info section of my page. Ah let it slide! (these were de days when Hardest was the answer to tnt football)

He send me ah invite 5 years ago to a party he had in Toronto fuh he birthday, coincidentally ah was on a pho diet,  had this viet girl in Toronto and ah was visiting her for de new years. Ah call gino we talked, tell him meh real name and if ah could make de party it go be nice, we go link. De pho was too good so ah miss de party.... fork toronto or missssssssuuuuggggguah or whey de hell de party was at, was too cold fuh meh to venture out

A few times on FB, he ask me about music, because before politricks and de money in it, I was heavy in music.

I eh have no secrets as to who I am, I have posted my pic and name here for when we was supposed to organize a DC SW. sweat. I have met a few posters on the site, here in DC and in Trinidad. A few posters here on de site even visited meh wife and me for dinner, we lime, we fete.... no way I is Bakes or T.T.

Plus all yuh remember bakes post ah photo of he self at the Nou camp ( ah think) and, TT did post a photo, whey Christiano standing with a lifesize cut out of TT.

I only changed my name once on here, from DCTRINI to Daft Trini, because Arse-anal men was threatening meh harm meh over the Eduardo break leg. Ah did not want to have the liberal media saying "Brainwashed Right Wing Necon, black man, yes chuck todd, black man, goes on machete wielding rampage over SW.Net dispute" More details to come, now Chuck, should we have an assault machete ban discussion?" Yeah, ah take real lumps for that break leg.

Elan:

Mittens and I hiding we stash overseas, before the fiscal cliff....

I could assure yuh TT or Bakes doh have one of these!






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General Discussion / Re: Will President Obama be re-elected?
« on: November 08, 2012, 01:11:07 PM »
Who controls the spending controls the people!  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Re: Will President Obama be re-elected?
« on: November 08, 2012, 12:12:40 PM »
Daft as long as d GOP keep appealing to questionable groups of people they will have a problem, dey need to low the religious nuts, confederates, sexist or will continue to have issues going forward. d demographic of america doh fit d GOP as it stands anymore..........I sure that far apart from Obama management skills d biggist problem for many repubs have is d color of d man skin.

I have always opposed the republican leadership, it's time to get rid of these men who lead us and advise us, especially the BUSH PEOPLE. I would beg to differ, the GOP has more elected Hispanics in office than the DNC, the so called racism is located in pockets but overall, it's something pushed by media and religious fanatics of the party.  :beermug: You get into politricks to make money or for the benefits not to feel happy about your ideology!

I oppose the DNC because they push their agenda, while keeping in their chorale of fairness through a permanent underclass.

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General Discussion / Re: Romney is Boss!!!!!!!!!!!
« on: November 08, 2012, 11:54:24 AM »
Time for secession  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Re: Will President Obama be re-elected?
« on: November 08, 2012, 11:42:23 AM »
So uuuummmm anybody see or hear from Daft Trini yet?  :devil: ;D  And the other one....ribbit??  (ah not sure is he)....

I dey, ah was busy hiding meh money in the Kamlayan Islands and Swiss bank accounts!

Eff True Trini (on your VA game) :beermug:, Bakes  :beermug: and all de Obummer Supporters  :beermug: (j/k)

Real tired and worn out from this campaign.

Worked real hard to elect George Allen, the DCC had a better ground game, every time we think we had an upper hand in VA, we got blitz and our asses handed to us on the final day. As I said to lefty a while back, putting money where I tort it had growth, but Allen lost, so some rethinking has to be done on this gamble. Romney and the Va strategy was so forking poor, I was confused about who they were running against at times. Time to get the Old heads out of the GOP.  :beermug:

Is Obummer gonna still be blaming bush or himself for the economy he inherited this time? All Hail Comrade Barack!  :devil:

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General Discussion / Re: 10 most indebted countries
« on: October 24, 2012, 03:49:22 PM »
Lefty, I could go into all the economics, but why waste my time, trini leaders are a joke. Since the NAR days they talking about diversification, but all dem politrickians see is a pot to stick dey hand in, while society waste away.

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rising in all polls, gaining momentum..... may the best candidate win  :beermug:

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General Discussion / Re: Will President Obama be re-elected?
« on: October 19, 2012, 12:10:22 AM »
The Alfred E. Smith memorial dinner

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/SmithM

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Other Sports / Re: Lance Armstrong
« on: October 18, 2012, 11:49:36 PM »
Really disappointed in Lance, heard that he was one of the only athletes that could compete with Becks in the beep test. I was skeptical that a man with one testicle was so fit and so athletic.

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CN SKW


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