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Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 7:51 am
by countryboy
dylan923 wrote:
YOU'RE AN EGOTISTICAL IDIOT
So now you're engaging in personal attacks. That doesn't advance your cause. Free speech has limits, but not in this case. That's why she wasn't arrested. That's why no one is even considering arresting her. That's why this will never be brought to court. If you're going to bring up the Supreme Court, the first step is being arrested, and that didn't happen. There is no investigation into what she said or did. She didn't break any law. They were protesting in a place where everyone knew a protest was taking place. Lots of angry political statements were said there. It wasn't a crowded theater. Everyone knew why they were there, and they mostly all agree with her. You obviously disagree with her. You're obviously angry. But none of those things mean that she should be put in jail or punished in any way for what she said. You need to calm down, take a chill pill, and accept the fact that sometimes people will disagree with you. As I said, if it makes you feel better to ban her music, go ahead. But engaging in personal attacks puts you in the exact same position as her. Are your personal attacks protected free speech? Sure. You're free to yell and scream and attack me all you want. Just like Madonna. And it has the exact same result. Nothing. Congratulations.

Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 12:52 am
by corneo
Madonna has been question by the secret service and her case is in front of the A.G. if they'll prosecute. Who has 7 years to decide what action if any to take.
http://pagesix.com/2017/01/22/secret-se ... se-remark/
http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/ ... e-comment/

Seeing her damage control team has pulled all video's of her statement from youtube and if she stay's a good girl and shut's her mouth, most likely nothing will happen.

Being fair, I have an interview schedule with a Florida judge this week and I'll ask him what if anything could be done to her. Do I think anything will be done. No, I really don't. She did a shock factor move and it was stupid move.

Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 7:59 am
by countryboy
corneo wrote:Madonna has been question by the secret service and her case is in front of the A.G. if they'll prosecute.
None of the links say she was questioned by anyone. None of them say the case is in front of the AG. They say it's up to the US Attorney (who is not the AG) to decide if he wants to proceed. As I said, no charges have been filed, and she has not been arrested. The last paragraph in the PageSix story is key: It's about intent. And she was careful in the way she phrased it so there is no real intent to harm anyone. Plus she issued a statement afterwards saying there's no intent. This story is over.

Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 6:43 am
by skaska
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Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

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Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

Posted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 8:54 am
by donobrian
Obama is no longer our president but you are correct as we seen with James Holmes, his facebook page was a digital shrine to Obama, and this Democrat killed over 10 people in a Colorado theater.

Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

Posted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 3:26 pm
by countryboy
donobrian wrote:Obama is no longer our president but you are correct as we seen with James Holmes, his facebook page was a digital shrine to Obama, and this Democrat killed over 10 people in a Colorado theater.
He was not a Democrat. That was a false report:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/b ... rat-352595

Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

Posted: Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:53 am
by donobrian
I think you posted the wrong link, if you have one that explains why his facebook page, which was snapshot before the DNC made facebook take it down, showed the guy worshiped Barack Obama and other Democrats, yet it was somehow wrong I'd be very interested in reading it, thanks.

Re: Boycott Madonna Over Remarks?

Posted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 10:01 pm
by successfulhost
countryboy wrote:
We have that same problem with the President.
No we do not. The bad behavior is one sided, and it ain't his side.