Doesn’t understand the internet, twitter, google, the law, or the fact that he shouldn’t call a woman a cunt.
See this to learn about golfer George Tierney Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina.
I hope that the friends and family of George Tierney Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina will educate George Tierney Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina on these issues, so that George Tierney Jr. of Greenville, South Carolina will not be ignorant of them.
per Andrew Sullivan:
10 May 2012 08:43 PM
“Assault And Battery” By “A Pack Of Dogs”
That’s how one of the witnesses to Romney’s gay-bashing in high school describes the event. Money quote:
“It’s a haunting memory. I think it was for everybody that spoke up about it… because when you see somebody who is simply different taken down that way and is terrified and you see that look in their eye you never forget it. And that was what we all walked away with,” said Phillip Maxwell, who is now an attorney and still considers Romney an old friend.
“I saw it with my own eyes,” said Maxwell, of the anecdote first reported by the Washington Post. Maxwell said Romney held the scissors helping to cut the hair of a student, John Lauber, who was presumed to be gay and who had long hair. “It was a hack job… clumps of hair taken off.” Maxwell said he held the boy’s arm and leg, describing he and his friends as a “pack of dogs.”
Asked if Lauber was targeted because he was gay, as reported by the Post, Maxwell said, “We didn’t know that word in those days… but there were other words that were used. We weren’t ignorant, we just didn’t use the current names for things.” …
“This was bullying supreme,” he said.
Today, Romney actually laughed off the assault. Laughed. We have two options: this man is so callous that, unlike all those others involved in this assault, he has forgotten it. Or he is a liar.
Another homicidal maniac in Arizona. Yawn.
One of the staunch allies of both Arpaio and Pearce in their fight against the brown people was an out-and-out Nazi named J.T. Ready – although, eventually, even Pearce distanced himself from Ready and the armband crowd.
Yesterday, J. T. Ready went into a home in Gilbert, Arizona and blew-away four people and then himself, which was definitely doing things in the wrong order. Guilt-by-association, hell. Local politicians in Arizona have been playing footsie with murderous hoodlums for going on a decade now; the Phoenix New Times has done some very brave reporting on this, and my buddy Dave Niewert has been tracking the nexus of what he calls “the eliminationists” and mainstream politicians out west for over 20 years. Quite simply, responsible authorities in Arizona should have put a stop to this years ago. Russell Pearce testified before Congress. There are levels of madness out there in the land that we can’t possibly fathom.
“Guns save lives.” Funny how that doesn’t ring true.
Contrary to what my friends say, Arizona is not a joke. It is a hellhole of hatred, racism, gunplay I mean murder, and corruption. Oh, I forgot insanity. Their major concern is whether there is a single place in the entire state where mentally challenged, emotional-disrupted and/or underage persons cannot legally carry (in plain view, or hidden), and brandish or discharge, fully loaded assault weapons. Because more guns in more places is the only thing that can make life in Arizona into a delight.
Good luck with that. And don’t expect to see my shining face anytime soon.