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Post  Achigan on Wed Jan 22, 2014 10:08 pm

Here you go NH, you can now have a new hero to admire and praise. He thinks exactly like you do about our President...in-fact WHL and Outerlimits will probably join you in welcoming this Right Wing Nut Job!!!  There is no doubt in my mind that you would love to witness the demise of President Obama.
 
Florida Republican and hopeful-state-House-Rep. Joshua Black’s social media presence is chock full of tea party-style criticisms of President Obama, but the language used in a tweet on Martin Luther King Jr. Day has taken that rhetoric to a whole new level.
 
“I’m past impeachment,” Joshua Black, who is also African American, tweeted on Monday. “It’s time to arrest and hang him high.”
 
Shortly thereafter, a fellow Republican candidate hopped into the mix to call Black out for his language.
That began a back-and-forth that eventually led Black to take to his Facebook page to explain exactly why he thought President Obama deserved to be hanged for traitorous activities.
 
“To everyone who was offended that I said that the POTUS should be hanged for treason, this is the man who droned Al-Awaki [sic] on ‘suspicion of terrorism’–not proof–and later killed his 15-year-old son for nothing more than being his son,” Black wrote, also alleging Obama sought to have both Bradley Manning and Eric [sic] Snowden “executed for treason when they didn’t kill anyone.”
 
“I make no apologies for saying that the President is not above the People,” he added in his post. “If ordinary Americans should be executed for treason, so should he.”
 
“So, don’t stop at impeachment,” he continued. “Remove him. Try him before a jury (the very right that he arbitrarily denied to al-Awaki and his 15-year-old son), and, upon his sure convictions, execute him.”
 
The chairman of the local Republican party told theTampa Bay Times that Black doesn’t know what he’s talking about in regards to the drone strike and that his rhetoric is out of line.
 
“It is impossible to accept this statement,” Pinellas GOP Chairman Michael Guju said. “This is wholly unacceptable and unduly provocative.”
 
Republican Gov. Rick Scott weighed in on the comments as well, according to AP reporter Gary Fineout, who tweeted Tuesday afternoon that Scott called them “outrageous.”
 
Black’s opponent in the House race, Democratic state Rep. Dwight Dudley, echoed the outrage, saying he was “stunned” and that Black should be able to disagree with Obama without calling for him to be hanged. “It’s dangerous and unbecoming for someone who wants to lead to call for such violence and extremist action,” he told the Times.
 
Latvala continued bashing Black’s rhetoric and extremism on Monday
 
http://www.msnbc.com/politicsnation/fringe-gop-candidate-hang-obama
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Post  News Hawk on Thu Jan 23, 2014 5:39 am

Achigan wrote:Here you go NH, you can now have a new hero to admire and praise. He thinks exactly like you do about our President...in-fact WHL and Outerlimits will probably join you in welcoming this Right Wing Nut Job!!!  There is no doubt in my mind that you would love to witness the demise of President Obama.
 
Florida Republican and hopeful-state-House-Rep. Joshua Black’s social media presence is chock full of tea party-style criticisms of President Obama, but the language used in a tweet on Martin Luther King Jr. Day has taken that rhetoric to a whole new level.
 
“I’m past impeachment,” Joshua Black, who is also African American, tweeted on Monday. “It’s time to arrest and hang him high.”
 
Shortly thereafter, a fellow Republican candidate hopped into the mix to call Black out for his language.
That began a back-and-forth that eventually led Black to take to his Facebook page to explain exactly why he thought President Obama deserved to be hanged for traitorous activities.
 
“To everyone who was offended that I said that the POTUS should be hanged for treason, this is the man who droned Al-Awaki [sic] on ‘suspicion of terrorism’–not proof–and later killed his 15-year-old son for nothing more than being his son,” Black wrote, also alleging Obama sought to have both Bradley Manning and Eric [sic] Snowden “executed for treason when they didn’t kill anyone.”
 
“I make no apologies for saying that the President is not above the People,” he added in his post. “If ordinary Americans should be executed for treason, so should he.”
 
“So, don’t stop at impeachment,” he continued. “Remove him. Try him before a jury (the very right that he arbitrarily denied to al-Awaki and his 15-year-old son), and, upon his sure convictions, execute him.”

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Achigan didn't respond to my reply regarding American al-Awaki, who was summarily executed by Obama—totally disregarding his legal Constitutional guarantees to a trial.

Later, Obama killed his American 16-year-old son, and termed that an "Oopsy-Doopsy".

 
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The chairman of the local Republican party told the Tampa Bay Times that Black doesn’t know what he’s talking about in regards to the drone strike and that his rhetoric is out of line.
 
“It is impossible to accept this statement,” Pinellas GOP Chairman Michael Guju said. “This is wholly unacceptable and unduly provocative.”
 
Republican Gov. Rick Scott weighed in on the comments as well, according to AP reporter Gary Fineout, who tweeted Tuesday afternoon that Scott called them “outrageous.”
 
Black’s opponent in the House race, Democratic state Rep. Dwight Dudley, echoed the outrage, saying he was “stunned” and that Black should be able to disagree with Obama without calling for him to be hanged. “It’s dangerous and unbecoming for someone who wants to lead to call for such violence and extremist action,” he told the Times.
 
Latvala continued bashing Black’s rhetoric and extremism on Monday
 
http://www.msnbc.com/politicsnation/fringe-gop-candidate-hang-obama

Obama can't be too popular in Joshua Black's district; in fact, Joshua Black compares Obama to Benedict Arnold!

Since Benedict Arnold opposed The Founders of the US Constitution, I support Joshua Black's freedom of expression—which Benedict Arnold / Achigan would undoubtedly have crushed under Benedict Arnold's favored Authoritarian Rule.

Suspect

No mention of Hollywood's "N-word 'hate speech'" by Madonna?

scratch

Like this week's High School kid posing for pornographic studios, this politician is getting the media's attention—may achieve the fame he wants—and it's for free.

Republican Joshua Black could have used the "N-word", and "gotten a pass" from the media.  

...maybe...

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Post  WHL on Thu Jan 23, 2014 7:43 am

There is no doubt Obama is guilty of a lot of bad things, but this guy will get no where talking about hanging.
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