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coz
08-19-2009, 08:39 PM
This is a must see for blacks, whites, latinos, asians and everybody.

http://la-gun.com/manning/obama/

Mag_Red
08-19-2009, 09:02 PM
This is a must see for blacks, whites, latinos, asians and everybody.

http://la-gun.com/manning/obama/wow! A black man that tells it like it is.......refreshing

DemolitionMan
08-19-2009, 09:29 PM
I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JimN
08-19-2009, 09:35 PM
Back in the '60s, he would have been called an Uncle Tom or an Oreo. This is a pretty dam big surprise.

mlay
08-19-2009, 09:44 PM
Team him up with Bill Cosby and he can co-pilot what Bill has been "softly" saying for years.

Hoosier Bob
08-19-2009, 10:00 PM
Ha! Love his antics!;):D

h2oskifreak
08-20-2009, 02:59 AM
Did anyone see the porposal for the Mastercraft tax. Just wait my friend, it's on it's way.

shepherd
08-20-2009, 11:22 AM
Funny! Brought tears to my eyes. 8p
I hope this guy is serious, because if he isn't it isn't as funny.
Thanks Coz.

TMCNo1
08-24-2009, 12:45 PM
It might have already begun,

#1,
Tabor City, NC -- A sheriff says a North Carolina (http://www.digtriad.com/news/local_state/article.aspx?storyid=129249#) state senator shot one of two intruders at his home and hospital officials say the man is in fair condition. Multiple media outlets reported that Columbus County Sheriff Chris Batten said that 74-year-old Sen. R.C. Soles of Tabor City shot Kyle Blackburn late Sunday afternoon.
A spokeswoman at Loris Community Hospital in South Carolina (http://www.digtriad.com/news/local_state/article.aspx?storyid=129249#) said Monday that Blackburn was in fair condition.
Batten says the shooting occurred when two men went to the senator's house and tried to kick in his front door. No charges have been filed.
The sheriff's office said the State Bureau of Investigation was handling the case. A call to an agency spokeswoman was not immediately returned. There was no answer at a number listed for Soles' home.
The Democrat has been in the Senate 32 years.



#2
MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE EXCHANGE
Published: August 24, 2009
CHARLOTTE
A 76-year-old who was robbed inside his home Saturday afternoon chased down and fatally shot a 15-year-old suspect, according to his family.
Now, the District Attorney will determine if C.L. McClure, a retired building fireproofer who spends most of his days gardening and fishing, according to his family, will face criminal charges in the shooting death of Marcus Antonio Steven Fluker.
Police didn't identify McClure, but his son, Larry, who lives next door, said the older McClure fired the shots from inside his van as he was chasing the suspects on a nearby street, The Charlotte Observer reported.
According to police, four men broke into the house, on Grier Road in north Charlotte, about 12:45 p.m. Saturday. Fluker was the youngest.
C.L. McClure was in his basement hobby shop eating ice cream when the attackers entered, his son said. The robbers, one of whom had a handgun, tied him up with duct tape and held his wife at gunpoint as they ransacked the house, making off with some jewelry and McClure's wallet.
After they left, McClure broke free.
"He checked on my mother," Larry McClure said, "and he assumed he knew their route. He thought they might have been driving, and he wanted to get a tag number."
"In his mind," Larry McClure said, "he was worried they'd be back."
His son said he grabbed his gun, got into his dark, green van and guessed the thieves would head toward nearby Ginger Lane.
Police say the robbery victim caught up with the suspects on Ginger Lane and fired the gun, striking Fluker at least once. Larry McClure said his father told him that he was in his van when he saw one of the robbers, who he thought was armed.
C.L. McClure said he fired his pistol when the robber turned toward him, Larry McClure said.
Fluker was lying on the ground when police got there. He died later at Carolinas Medical Center. Police said they did not recover a gun from near the 15-year-old.
Officers took C.L. McClure to police headquarters uptown for questioning, but he was released Saturday without being charged. In North Carolina, it's legal to kill someone in defense of yourself or another. N.C. law also protects homeowners who shoot to defend their property. The police department's investigation is ongoing.
No one else was physically injured, though Larry McClure said his mother went to the hospital to be checked out.
Three men were arrested and charged with second degree burglary, robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery. Police identified them as Joseph Graves 17; Matthew Everett Morgan, 17; and Tahjaue Wiley, 18. Morgan has a previous conviction for having a weapon on school property and is awaiting trial for armed robbery.
Homicide detectives are still investigating.
The McClures have lived on Grier Road since the late 1960s. When C.L. McClure approached retirement age, he built a bigger house next door and sold the family home to his son. The new house's big yard became his retirement project -- when he wasn't fixing an old mower, he was growing tomatoes, okra and hot peppers in the backyard, Larry McClure said.
Larry McClure said he was outside spraying for wasps Saturday afternoon when he saw a teenager in his father's backyard. He has teenage nephews who often visit their grandparents, and he assumed it was one of them.
He thought nothing of it until his mother came running into his yard a few minutes later, screaming and saying her husband had been involved in a shooting.
Larry McClure talked with his father briefly after the shooting, before the police took him in for questioning. The older man's pockets were still turned inside out from when the robbers searched him.
Although his father wasn't injured, Larry McClure said he still has fears -- fears that his father could face charges, fears of retribution and lingering fears of what could have happened.
"The guys had weapons," he said. "It could have easily gone the other way."

flipper
08-24-2009, 12:59 PM
That's got to be the best video I've seen in a long time. Thanks!!!