headcoconut's comment history

headcoconut said...

Any fraud doesn't take place when the voters vote. The fraud is in diabol{the machines used to register the votes}. The controllers of those diabol{sp} are heavily conservative and republican.

October 21, 2011 at 4:27 p.m.
headcoconut said...

Too bad they didn't take stiffer actions against this pervert. Now he can move on to just about any city and re-apply to become a cop again. In fact, he's likely already been informed by his superiors and police union rep to just keep a low profile for a while. He can get his old job back.

The only reason he admitted to sexual relations with the 16-year old was because he'd likely been advised he couldn't be prosecuted for that one. I doubt if he only kissed the 14 and 15 year old. Confessing to that one and he'd have to register on the sexual offender's registry.

The rules DO suddently change when the perp is a cop.

October 21, 2011 at 4:20 p.m.
headcoconut said...

kfratz said... Amnesti, the last I looked at Obama's dubious pedigree, he was biracial.......he seems to forget that.

Not speaking for amnesti, but I don't think it's Obama who has forgotten he's the product of a white mother and black or African father. It's the America he grew up in that readily saw him as a black man or African-American. It doesn't matter what race your parents are in America, but which race you most closely resemble. For sure, growing up, and encountering people and situations such encountering 1. law enforcement 2. service industry, 3, jobs those people didn't take time to ask if he was a prodcut of a white mother and black father. They immediately simply saw him as a black male, because that's the race he most closely resemble.

Be honest, if you'd encountered Obama on any streets in America, not knowing his racial makeup, you'd have immediately indentified him as belonging to nothing other than the black/african-American race. If you're of the suspicious type of other races and a female you'd have held on more tightly to your purse. If you're a white male who carries a license weapon on your person, you'd have instinctively moved your hand a little closer to that weapon. If you're a member of law enforcement with that little secret bigoted monster hiding behind that badge, you'd have just as likely harassed, sought to arrest, strip search and sexually assault him in public, Tasered or mace him as you would any other black male.

October 20, 2011 at 8:42 p.m.
headcoconut said...

lightkeeper said... To headcocunut, I don't think I need you to correct me about my statement and opinion. The young adults in which I'am referring are not properly raised, this is not speculation it is a fact.

@lightkeeper, yours' are not facts they are ASSumptions. And neither have you interviewed every black person in this or any city. I don't make the derogatory statements about blacks. Your own black people have made more than enough derogatory statements about their own. In fact, your own words are derogatory against black people when you make statements about fellow blacks parenting skills or lack thereof. You give others all the ammunition they need in their quest to exclude you. Be it not wanting you in their neighborhoods, their schools or anywhere around them. Where do you think most get their negative, stereotypical opinions about your culture? They get it from listening to the derogatory statements they often hear blacks making against fellow blacks. From your youth, to your communities and to most everything. Your own afford others that level of comfort needed to justify their bigotry against your race. I've heard very few racial statements come out of the mouths of other races against your race that I haven't heard blacks make against fellow blacks.

October 18, 2011 at 10:06 p.m.
headcoconut said...

Not so, NoMyth. What's painfully inaccurate is the inability to look closer at home before pointing fingers at those other countries.

October 18, 2011 at 9:57 p.m.
headcoconut said...

NoMyth said... BUT, when compared to the rest of the world, the US remains a beacon of hope, freedom and prosperity

You must have never traveled outside the U.S. much, or at all for that matter. There is no atrocity, injustice that has been committed in another country which hasn't equally taken place on American soil, and against America's own people.

October 18, 2011 at 8:27 p.m.
headcoconut said...

What if police stop letting their power go to their heads and act like human beings?

What if when good cops try to snitch out the bad cops the department would deal with the bad cops instead of going after the good cops for snitching?

lightkeeper, the root of the problem is much more complex than parents not properly raising and dsciplining their children. When you were a teenager you probably didn't have to work up til eleven or midnight to help balance the family budget either. It's base to assume that just because a crime happen that involves teens it all has something to do with parents not disciplining their children. What about junior and suzy who grew up in a seemingly balanced, loving, christian household and with two upstanding socially acceptable parents, only to one day junior and suzy go beserk and kill everyone in the household? Or go on a bank robbing spree? You only assume these individuals are from improper and undisciplined homes because they are primarily 1. poor and 2. black. Maybe they're acting out because of how they're generally treated in the general population. Just a thought, perhaps.

And finally, what if black people just stop thinking they have to answer for every black person as if they actually know what goes on in every black household? What if blacks stop making demeaning and derogatory remarks to anyone and everyone about their youth, their communities? What if they just roll up their sleeves and start reaching out to their young people instead of denouncing everything about the, bringing in others, who don't really care, to fix their situation, and waiting for manna to fall from the sky. What if? What if, blacks just take the bull by the horn, so to speak, roll up their sleeves and start to map out their own destiny and inviting others in to do it for them. Sometimes, you have to take your head out of the bible, get up off your knees, open your eyes and take a look around you to see what's really going on.

October 18, 2011 at 8:17 p.m.
headcoconut said...

And what if citizens are responding to police and society in general because of the way police treat them? Hmmm. Sort of like the molested child inspired by his/her molestor who grows up to become a molestor? Like the youth inspired by abusive parents and becomes the bully at school.

Populations always become the reflection of those in charge. When the ones in charge of upholind the laws become the most lawless and breakers of those laws, the people will follow their lead.

October 18, 2011 at 6:49 p.m.
headcoconut said...

rolando said... Let us remember that the handguns-allowed-in-bars law was passed after a judge found the original law unconstitutionally vague after anti-gunners objected to it. That law allowed concealed carry only in restaurants...and was a much better law.

But wasn't that decision made on condition, roland? The condition being the individual packin' da heat was NOT to consume any alcohol? This guy being one of the driving forces behind that law and the essence of law abiding citizens would not consume alcohol sort of shoots down that theory, right? If the ones who make the laws don't obey them, what makes you think the average citizen will?

October 18, 2011 at 6:40 p.m.
headcoconut said...

I rarely eat @ Krystal when I'm home, but when I do I love the Krystal chiks with cheese! :)

October 18, 2011 at 6:34 p.m.

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