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  •  I totaly agree with you. (2+ / 0-)
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    elwior, jpmassar

    Now that we know that cops must use pepper spray to maintain public safety, children should be kept at home at all times. After all, one never knows when one might upset a cop or a citizen's patrol, or neighborhood watch.  And now that schools are patrolled with pepper spray, children should no longer go to school.

    And no more irresponsible parents allowing them to observe public meetings either. Esp since public meetings are now patrolled with pepper spray.

    New rules are needed for our New America, and we thank you for enlightening us.

    Solidarity Forever, for the Union makes us strong.-Ralph Chaplin, 1915

    by JayRaye on Thu Apr 05, 2012 at 12:53:38 PM PDT

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    •  I can speak for myself (0+ / 0-)

      I don't need your b.s. tying this to other circumstances -- not to mention Trayvon's murder -- and my perceived views of such circumstances.

      And I don't know if this event was orderly or merited police-type action.  If the latter, and if you want cops to use Nerf bats (interesting term with a surprising alternate definition I just learned of) or whatever to stop shovers (crickey, another surprising spell check definition), instigators, mobs, or others -- who are unresponsive to verbal direction -- then good luck in your utopia.

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