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Tiltowait 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm going to need to know who he was talking to, the date, and the full speech. Cause this blurry piece of shit stinks of fake news.

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Tiltowait 2 points ago +2 / -0

You can literally tell what race a person was by the skull. Forensic investigators use it all the time. You can 3D scan the skull and reconstruct the face for a "have you see me" poster.

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Tiltowait 0 points ago +1 / -1

Pff. Who are these people who were indicted? Who are these DAs? This is fake news.

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Tiltowait 1 point ago +2 / -1

It's just common courtesy for OP to do URL replacement. That way, we don't have to find the address bar and replace text ourselves. That's just irritating, and bad form by OP.

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Tiltowait 1 point ago +1 / -0

Who cares? The sooner they go their own way the better. We must tend to our own garden and stop meddling in the world. It's bankrupting us.

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Tiltowait 1 point ago +1 / -0

Eh, the left (used to) have a lot of good points about how we have enough wealth that no American should want for anything. Before they went off the fucking rails. Turns out, bankers really are evil and the military-industrial complex really does start wars for profit. The left just had a really awful way of communication that couldn't stop shitting on America and made people tune them out.

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Tiltowait 2 points ago +2 / -0

Widespread homelessness among the mentally ill can be traced back to the anti-psychiatry movement of the 1960s and 1970s and the influential works of writers such as Thomas Szasz, Erving Goffman, Ken Kesey, and R.D. Laing. These authors maintained that sufferers of mental illness were a kind of political prisoner to an unjust social structure and that they were "really just marching to a different drummer and should be free to do their marching in the streets," and so paved the way for the wholesale deinstitutionalization of mentally ill individuals in the U.S. When many of them ended up homeless and alone, posing a danger to themselves and sometimes to others, civil liberties activists "snuffed out any lingering possibility that the state hospitals and the community mental health centers might treat the vast majority of the seriously mentally ill" by reinterpreting their condition of homelessness as a state of emancipation.

It wasn't Ronald Reagan, but the mainstream media hated him so they made sure he ended up with the blame.

"Joyce Patricia Brown (perhaps better known as Billie Boggs) was a homeless person who defeated New York City's efforts to force her into a psychiatric treatment program. Her case set legal precedents for forced psychiatric care which have hamstrung involuntary psychiatric commitments of the homeless in New York and elsewhere.

Robert Levy, a staff attorney from the New York Civil Liberties Union (a state ACLU branch), defended her in court. On January 15, 1988, State Supreme Court Justice Irving Kirshenbaum ruled that New York City could not forcibly medicate Brown. Shortly thereafter, Acting State Supreme Court Justice Robert Lippmann ordered her released, in part because although she was mentally ill, her behavior was not obviously and immediately dangerous to anyone. She was released in late January after about eleven weeks of involuntary commitment and returned to the streets."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joyce_Patricia_Brown

Basically, the ACLU and the usual left-wing suspects went to court to fight for her right to live in a subway grate and throw her feces at passerby.

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Tiltowait 1 point ago +1 / -0

They were largely working class.

It's one of the reasons they were so hated: how dare those little people rise up and do whatever they want! That's what we do!

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Tiltowait 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well that's an easy one. Remember: anyone to the right of Mao Zedong is a fascist.

Therefore the problem isn't that the right has been eliminated from Frisco, it's that the left isn't far left enough. More leftism will solve this.

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Tiltowait 2 points ago +2 / -0

Where's the ugly CNN reaction? I want to see that.

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Tiltowait 2 points ago +2 / -0

Someone got to the judge.

Demanded he declare a mistrial. This was the only way he could think of to do it.

Look for the mistrial soon. Followed by a brand new trial, in which the "star" witness will not appear.

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Tiltowait -3 points ago +1 / -4

Oh come on. There's nothing to see here. Just a code word to keep nosy radio monitors off guard. At the hospital they used to say "Paging Dr. Red" if there was a fire, to avoid spooking the patients.