Carlos Arrendondo

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    He'd be my Presidential Medal of Freedom nominee.

     
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    He'd be my Presidential Medal of Freedom nominee.




    I agree...people like this really represent the best in us don't they..?

     
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    Do you distinguish between someone who followed the rules and immigrated legally and one that skirted the rules, forged their ID and broke the law to come here and stay here?

     

    Also, what is the inherent good in becoming a peace activist? Would it be laudible to be a peace activist if confronting a certain German 70 years ago? In that case, peace activism would have counter-productive.

    Or what if he were a peace activist at the time of the Civil War? Hey, that slavery thing is not worth fighting about? Peace brother! 

    Or maybe in 1775? Yeah, let's not get too upset about an abusive United Kingdom!

    Is this guy a hero? Well, in the heat of that moment, yes. Is he a hero compared to the militia that took on the British army in Lexington and Concord? I don't think so.

    You are denegrating this man's contribution by politicizing it. But that is what moonbats do.

    If his name was Joe Jones, you would be silent. I bet there are many Joe Jones doing the same thing as this guy on that day. They are ignored.

     




    Well Newtster...one thing for sure. You have revealed your hateful..angry character. What does it matter what the guy's name is? You are the one politicizing..the OP simply recognized someone who acted with courage. No doubt there were plenty of people who did the same. One that comes to mind is an Afghan war vet named Tyler. He did something pretty amazing too. The problem is that he hasn't yet been identified so he can be properly thanked.

    So instead..why don't you put up a post about someone else who acted heroically on Monday..instead of always playing Monday morning quarterback and criticizing the team.

    Why must you always pit one against the other..? Are you going to try to ruin every attempt at good will in this forum with your anger and hatred? Why don't you step away from the keyboard for a while..put life into perspective....geesh.

     
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    What does Arrendondo being an immigrant have to do with what he did on that day? Not sure why that was even brought up in the first place. He's a hero. End. Of. Story. 

    And when people refer to him as a hero I don't believe people are comparing and contrasting to others who have done heroic things. It's not a contest of who has been the most heroic in the history of mankind. Heroic deeds have come in all shapes and sizes. 

     

     



     
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    What does Arrendondo being an immigrant have to do with what he did on that day? Not sure why that was even brought up in the first place. He's a hero. End. Of. Story. 

    And when people refer to him as a hero I don't believe people are comparing and contrasting to others who have done heroic things. It's not a contest of who has been the most heroic in the history of mankind. Heroic deeds have come in all shapes and sizes. 

     

     






    Bingo...very well said!

     
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwCHFaarTjY

     
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    Great guy! We need more like him. There are dozens of stories of brave people. Been hearing for days at work which is a back bay hotel.

     
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    Do you distinguish between someone who followed the rules and immigrated legally and one that skirted the rules, forged their ID and broke the law to come here and stay here?

     

    Also, what is the inherent good in becoming a peace activist? Would it be laudible to be a peace activist if confronting a certain German 70 years ago? In that case, peace activism would have counter-productive.

    Or what if he were a peace activist at the time of the Civil War? Hey, that slavery thing is not worth fighting about? Peace brother! 

    Or maybe in 1775? Yeah, let's not get too upset about an abusive United Kingdom!

    Is this guy a hero? Well, in the heat of that moment, yes. Is he a hero compared to the militia that took on the British army in Lexington and Concord? I don't think so.

    You are denegrating this man's contribution by politicizing it. But that is what moonbats do.

    If his name was Joe Jones, you would be silent. I bet there are many Joe Jones doing the same thing as this guy on that day. They are ignored.

     

     




    Well Newtster...one thing for sure. You have revealed your hateful..angry character. What does it matter what the guy's name is? You are the one politicizing..the OP simply recognized someone who acted with courage. No doubt there were plenty of people who did the same. One that comes to mind is an Afghan war vet named Tyler. He did something pretty amazing too. The problem is that he hasn't yet been identified so he can be properly thanked.

     

    So instead..why don't you put up a post about someone else who acted heroically on Monday..instead of always playing Monday morning quarterback and criticizing the team.

    Why must you always pit one against the other..? Are you going to try to ruin every attempt at good will in this forum with your anger and hatred? Why don't you step away from the keyboard for a while..put life into perspective....geesh.

     



    What is your problem?

     

    Anger. OK. I'll give you that. I get a little PO'd when libruls try to fake sincerity and lie. That image is a lie. I am not talking about the individual who is behaving honorably. I am talking about the shiite for brains that tries to push a political agenda with it.

    Why didn't this person point out this photo:

    Joe Andruzzi

    Listen, it's a POLITCAL FORUM.

    Why are you so dumb that you can't get that. I'm not going to come here and read a post that is a lie and not say anything. What would be the point? If it were a different forum, it would not be appropriate to call people out on their bullshiite. 

    If you want everyone to get along, go to the Rodney King Memorial Kumbayah Forum/




    this photo and video was all over the news. why is it someone's else job to post every story? You wanna honor someone then do it when you could have easily done it instead of just playing the critic.

     
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    Do you distinguish between someone who followed the rules and immigrated legally and one that skirted the rules, forged their ID and broke the law to come here and stay here?

     

    Also, what is the inherent good in becoming a peace activist? Would it be laudible to be a peace activist if confronting a certain German 70 years ago? In that case, peace activism would have counter-productive.

    Or what if he were a peace activist at the time of the Civil War? Hey, that slavery thing is not worth fighting about? Peace brother! 

    Or maybe in 1775? Yeah, let's not get too upset about an abusive United Kingdom!

    Is this guy a hero? Well, in the heat of that moment, yes. Is he a hero compared to the militia that took on the British army in Lexington and Concord? I don't think so.

    You are denegrating this man's contribution by politicizing it. But that is what moonbats do.

    If his name was Joe Jones, you would be silent. I bet there are many Joe Jones doing the same thing as this guy on that day. They are ignored.

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    Well Newtster...one thing for sure. You have revealed your hateful..angry character. What does it matter what the guy's name is? You are the one politicizing..the OP simply recognized someone who acted with courage. No doubt there were plenty of people who did the same. One that comes to mind is an Afghan war vet named Tyler. He did something pretty amazing too. The problem is that he hasn't yet been identified so he can be properly thanked.

    So instead..why don't you put up a post about someone else who acted heroically on Monday..instead of always playing Monday morning quarterback and criticizing the team.

    Why must you always pit one against the other..? Are you going to try to ruin every attempt at good will in this forum with your anger and hatred? Why don't you step away from the keyboard for a while..put life into perspective....geesh.




    Just because it's emotional and sad doesnt make pointing out the truth "hateful or angry character".

    Just like not passing background checks that would have done nothing to stop the Newtown murders while the Newtown parents are grieving is not mean, malice or putting politics above people!

    But, if, someone wanted to use a tragedy to make a political point or change then the other side was spot on in their actions!!

     

     
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    Just because it's emotional and sad doesnt make pointing out the truth "hateful or angry character".

     

    Just like not passing background checks that would have done nothing to stop the Newtown murders while the Newtown parents are grieving is not mean, malice or putting politics above people!

    But, if, someone wanted to use a tragedy to make a political point or change then the other side was spot on in their actions!!

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    You are confusing your political fueled opinions as the 'truth'.

     



    No the truth is real regardless of politics. Just because you dont like it doesnt make it mean or untrue!

     
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    Just because it's emotional and sad doesnt make pointing out the truth "hateful or angry character".

     

     

    Just like not passing background checks that would have done nothing to stop the Newtown murders while the Newtown parents are grieving is not mean, malice or putting politics above people!

    But, if, someone wanted to use a tragedy to make a political point or change then the other side was spot on in their actions!!

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    You are confusing your political fueled opinions as the 'truth'.

     

     



    No the truth is real regardless of politics. Just because you dont like it doesnt make it mean or untrue!

     




    How about that nypost story showing the two dark-skinned males as suspects? is that true?

     
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