4 comments on “Zimmerman VS Martin, Where is the truth?

  1. I am sick to death of the covert lies being past around to protect a 17 year old thug. We as a people are getting more and more violent because that is what fuels our satisfaction for sensationalism. There are way too many people who do not want to learn the truth; they just want to have a cause so they can appear somewhere in the history books, regardless if they are standing on the side of truth or not. It truly is frightening right now that we don’t pull together and try to understand this situation was fueled by fear and evil. This is senseless, this incidence, but how easily could any of us get caught up in a situation like this. The Jury has spoken and it seems to me that they worked very hard and fought through it all to see what really did happen. Can’t we see what is going to happen if we continue on this course of not accepting our Juries decisions. Yes, they may not always be right (consider some of the facts withheld from them) but it is the best we have right now. I, for one, would rather a guilty man go free than an innocent man be convicted. God forbid!

  2. Here is a pretty good letter from a dying man to his senator.
    A dying senior citizen tells it like it is…
    >
    >
    . You can be Republican, Democrat, Liberal, Conservative, Independent or
    Libertarian and I bet this will hit a nerve. Our country is in real
    trouble. This gentleman is obviously quite smarter than the two senators
    he sent it to. All I can say is amen to everything he said. A very
    articulate letter sent to the two U.S. Senators from Washington State.
    > ___________________________________
    >
    > April 3, 2013
    >
    > Senator Patty Murray
    > Senator Maria Cantwell
    > Washington, DC , 20510
    >
    > Dear Senator:
    >
    > I have tried to live by the rules my entire life. My father was a
    Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army, who died of combat related stresses
    shortly after his retirement. It was he who instilled in me those virtues
    he felt important – honesty, duty, patriotism and obeying the laws of God
    and of our various governments. I have served my country, paid my taxes,
    worked hard, volunteered and donated my fair share of money, time and
    artifacts.
    >
    > Today, as I approach my 79th birthday, I am heart-broken when I look
    at my country and my government. I shall only point out a very few things
    abysmally wrong which you can multiply by a thousand fold. I have
    calculated that all the money I have paid in income taxes my entire life
    cannot even keep the Senate barbershop open for one year! Only Heaven and
    a few tight-lipped actuarial types know what the Senate dining room costs
    the taxpayers. So please, enjoy your haircuts and meals on us.
    >
    > Last year, the president spent an estimated 1.4 billion on himself
    and his family. The vice president spends millions on hotels. They have
    had 8 vacations so far this year! And our House of Representatives and
    Senate have become America ‘s answer to the Saudi royal family. You have
    become the “perfumed princes and princesses” of our country.
    >
    > In the middle of the night, you voted in the Affordable Health Care
    Act, a.k.a. “Obama Care,” a bill which no more than a handful of senators
    or representatives read more than several paragraphs, crammed it down our
    throats, and then promptly exempted yourselves from it substituting your
    own taxpayer-subsidized golden health care insurance.
    >
    > You live exceedingly well, eat and drink as well as the “one per
    centers,” consistently vote yourselves perks and pay raises while making
    3.5 times the average U.S. individual income, and give up nothing while
    you (as well as the president and veep) ask us to sacrifice due to
    sequestration (for which, of course, you plan to blame the Republicans,
    anyway).
    >
    > You understand very well the only two rules you need to know – (1)
    How to get elected, and (2) How to get re-elected. And you do this with
    the aid of an eagerly willing and partisan press, speeches permeated with
    a certain economy of truth, and by buying the votes of the greedy, the
    ill-informed and under-educated citizens (and non-citizens, too, many of
    whom do vote ) who are looking for a
    > handout rather than a job. Your so-called “safety net” has become a
    hammock for the lazy. And, what is it now, about 49 or 50 million on food
    stamps – pretty much all Democrat voters – and the program is absolutely
    rife with fraud with absolutely no congressional oversight?
    >
    > I would offer that you are not entirely to blame. What changed you
    is the seductive environment of power in which you have immersed
    yourselves. It is the nature of both houses of Congress which requires you
    to subordinate your virtue in order to get anything done until youhave
    achieved a leadership role. To paraphrase President Reagan, it appears
    that the second oldest profession (politics), bears a
    > remarkably strong resemblance to the oldest.
    >
    > As the hirsute first Baron John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton (1834
    -1902), English historian and moralist, so aptly and accurately stated,
    “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men
    are almost always bad men.” I’m only guessing that this applies to the
    female sex as well. Tell me, is there a more corrupt entity in this
    country than Congress?
    >
    > While we middle class people continue to struggle, our government
    becomes less and less transparent, more and more bureaucratic, and ever so
    much more dictatorial, using Czars and Secretaries to tell us (just to
    mention a very few) what kind of light bulbs we must purchase, how much
    soda or hamburgers we can eat, what cars we can drive, gasoline to use,
    and what health care we must buy. Countless thousands of pages of
    regulations strangle our businesses costing the
    > consumer more and more every day.
    >
    > As I face my final year, or so, with cancer, my president and my
    government tell me “You’ll just have to take a pill,” while you, Senator,
    your colleagues, the president, and other exulted government officials and
    their families will get the best possible health care on our tax dollars
    until you are called home by your Creator while also
    > enjoying a retirement beyond my wildest dreams, which of course, you
    voted for yourselves and we pay for.
    >
    > The chances of you reading this letter are practically zero as your
    staff will not pass it on, but with a little luck, a form letter response
    might be generated by them with an auto signature applied, hoping we will
    believe that you, our senator or representative, has heard us and actually
    cares. This letter will, however, go on line where many others will have
    the chance to read one person’s opinion, rightly or wrongly, about this
    government, its administration and its senators and representatives.
    >
    > I only hope that occasionally you might quietly thank the taxpayer
    for all the generous entitlements which you have voted yourselves, for
    which, by law, we must pay, unless, of course, it just goes on the $17
    trillion national debt for which your children and ours, and your
    grandchildren and ours,ad infinitum, must eventually try to pick up the
    tab.
    >
    > My final thoughts are that it must take a person who has either lost
    his or her soul, or conscience, or both, to seek re-election and continue
    to destroy this country I deeply love and put it so far in debt that we
    will never pay it off while your lot improves by the minute, because of
    your power. For you, Senator, will never stand up to the rascals in your
    House who constantly deceive the American people. And that, my dear
    Senator, is how power has corrupted you and the entire Congress. The only
    answer to clean up this cesspool is term limits. This, of course, will
    kill the goose that lays your golden eggs. And woe be to him (or her) who
    would dare to bring it up.
    >
    > Sincerely,
    >
    > Bill Schoonover
    > 3096 Angela Lane
    > Oak Harbor, WA 98277

  3. I believe that the Zimmerman case was and is being intentionally fueled to create violence and hopefully race wars so that martial law can be put in place. As long as we are deeply divided we will never come together and see the truth of our shared status as human beings.

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