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03/14/2016
...and further more!

As some of you so eloquently stated, the protesters weren't being peaceful. They were being disruptive in order to incite, and they are purposely starting trouble. I get that If you go to a rally looking to create sparks you will probably set a fire, as one of you pointed out. Yes some protesters came looking for trouble and found it.. Enabling the media to rear it’s ugly head.
Yes, the right to peacefully assemble and protest is in the First Amendment. But dig this... As of 2012 It is now illegal to protest a political rally if the Secret Service is present, or if the candidate is protected by the Secret Service. Mr. Trump has covered the bases. As some of you so eloquently stated,the protesters weren't being peaceful. They were being disruptive in order to incite, and they are purposely starting trouble. I get that If you go to a rally looking to create sparks you will probably set a fire, as one of you pointed out. Yes some protesters came looking for trouble and found it.. enabling the media to rear it’s ugly head. I know from the very beginning of politics, mud slinging, back stabbing, and basically character assassinating is common place. Now as I’ve said before, it’s all speculation, and i have to go on ones character, and the way one conducts ones self as I’m watching them on the tube. Like I've said, I understand that Trump and his supporters are sick and tired of the status quo, but because he’s running this sort of campaign, I will NEVER vote for him. I find that I have nothing but contempt for Trump and unfortunately for a percentage of those that support him. This i will pray over fore it has brought out a side of me that I’m embarrassed about. Trump may not have started any of the violence, but he did throw a small pebble, and the ripple effect has caused people to hate minorities, and question religious freedom... I refuse to step back into the 60's. We as Americans are smarter than this.

"I love the old days, you know? You know what I hate? There's a guy totally disruptive, throwing punches. We're not allowed to punch back anymore. I love the old days. You know what they used to do to guys like that when they were in a place like this? They'd be carried out on a stretcher, folks."

"The guards are very gentle with him. He's walking out like big high-fives, he's smiling, laughing. I'd like to punch him in the face."

 

 






03/13/2016
Yet another Trump Rally...

As we "Spring Forward" and I prepare for my 8:00am call time this Sunday morn. I clear my eyes, turn on my TV only to find yet another unexpected and unpleasant thing that has happened at a Trump rally. I hear the remarks being shouted, I see the punches thrown... I see what seems to be fuel, and not the act of making something less likely to happen or of making people less likely to do something. It reminds me that all human actions have one or more of these seven causes... chance, nature, compulsions, habit, reason, passion, desire. We've been taught that our nation is civilized and humane. But, I'm finding that our actions have been uncivilized and inhumane. And these "Trump" rallies are proving this point, and regardless of who's wrong or who's right, it's unpleasant.
 
 





03/12/2016
Next Time, we Might Have To Kill Him'

John Franklin McGraw Says

'Next Time, We Might Have To Kill Him'

John Franklin McGraw has been charged with assault and disorderly conduct after appearing to hit a black protester at a Donald Trump rally. He claimed he thought the man he hit was disrespectful and may have been a terrorist.

John McGraw, 78, was charged with assault, battery and disorderly conduct after sucker-punching Rakeem Jones at a chaotic Trump rally on Wednesday in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Trump said over the weekend that he was considering paying McGraw’s legal fees.

McGraw, who later said that next time “we might have to kill” Jones, is due in court on April 6.

 

Now… I may hate or not agree with someone’s speech, but as an American I will fight to the death for any person’s right to say it. But you better think long and hard and have your affairs in order before you ever lay your hands on me!            -Herman Matthews






 
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