Posted On:11/07/2008 11:32pm
Originally Posted by Rivington
Wronged how? The city passed zoning laws, like cities do. He should have challenged the zoning law or moved to the edge of town, not burned the town down. My point: Liberals get even, conservatives move on. Thus why 93% of our convicted felons vote liberal or democrat. As to the business part: Conservatives are very probusiness and this could have only happened in a liberal town anyway.
Could it also be, just maybe, that because lower class people voters are predominately democrats, and that convicts are primarily lower class and have little to no education, that convicts are primarily democrats? Its just stupid to say, lots of convicts are liberal, so being liberal must make you more prone to committing crime. No, being poor and uneducated makes you more prone to committing crime, dumbass.
Posted On:11/08/2008 2:05am
Style: Judo, Wrestling, Kendo
I had to take a break from applauding my fellow Dozer to type this. **** yeah dude. It looks like my uncle Marv tried every outlet, tried the right ways but hit a brick wall. So he did what any man would do when they hit a brick wall, get a fucking bulldozer and bash it to pieces. If Marv hadnt taken his own life, I would be volunteering money for his legal council.
Posted On:11/08/2008 10:22am
This reminds me of a poet that said you can't get justice unless you take it by force, which applies pretty dawn well to Marv's situation. I presume I'm not alone in thinking that it's a massive failure for a 21st century city officials to have the same accusations apply to them as 16th century robber barons?
Posted On:11/08/2008 11:17am
Style: Starting Strength
Things like this need to happen more often to keep power hungry and vindictive officials in check.
Posted On:11/08/2008 3:42pm
Style: Kenkojuku Karate, Judo
Wow, that's pretty awesome, I must admit. I wonder if he had the A-team theme blaring while he was building that makeshift tank?
Posted On:11/08/2008 6:02pm
Style: Kyokushin, Judo
Must. See. Killdozer. Fight. This:
Posted On:11/08/2008 10:36pm
In my experience re-zoning, annexing, and imminent domain issues don't neccessarily fall into political parties. Ideologically the republican party with it's supposed platform of less government and regulation would be much friendlier to citizens and less prone to beurocratic abuses like this. And being this happened in the socialist republic of Colorado, I'd bet the local politicians are libs. But greed was probably the motivation, not political ideologies. All that being said, the all republican local councelors where I live tried everything they could to confiscate some land with imminent domain near where I live for cities purposes. The guy that owns the land however has a wod of money and hauled tons of some kind of mulch onto it that made it unfit for building on without spendings millions in clean up. I'll bet this happens a lot more than we are really aware of it.
is badder than you
Posted On:11/09/2008 12:23am
Just so you know, it's eminent domain.
Originally Posted by Emevas
Downstreet on the flip-flop, timepants.
Just waiting for the paperboy.
Posted On:11/09/2008 4:55am
im breeding a platoon of undead chaos marines to set loose on my electricity company.
so far they still look like ordinary hamsters with cardboard suits sown onto them.
Posted On:11/09/2008 6:20am
i wonder how it felt, in those last few hours, to be truly free, and take his revenge.
I bet it was sweet.
"It has often been said that power corrupts. But it is perhaps equally important to realize that weakness, too, corrupts. Power corrupts the few, while weakness corrupts the many. Hatred, malice, rudeness, intolerance, and suspicion are the faults of weakness." - Eric Hoffer
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