Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    this case is about self-defense.  Stand you ground was not in play.

     

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    That confirms he's blind.

    Punish innocent people in states having those laws because he didn't like the outcome of a trial which proved that Treyvon was a druggie street punk looking for trouble.

     

    Maybe he's doing the fine Americans in Florida a favor.

    Sounds like the race card to me.

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    He still tours? Who knew.

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    In response to Beach-Spider's comment:

    In response to FortySixAndTwo's comment:

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    He still tours? Who knew.

     


    Cool  He is not touring - That is a special event

     

    This is Stevie Wonder's website - CHECK-IT-OUT.

    http://www.steviewonder.net/

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    Based on his statement it seems like he's doing more than just A special event.

     

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

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    this case is about self-defense.  Stand you ground was not in play.

     



    Yes, Trayvon Martin had the right to self defense from the armed man who was chasing him.

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    In response to Beach-Spider's comment:

    In response to FortySixAndTwo's comment:

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    In response to Beach-Spider's comment:

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    He still tours? Who knew.

     

     

     


    Cool  He is not touring - That is a special event

     

     

     

    This is Stevie Wonder's website - CHECK-IT-OUT.

    http://www.steviewonder.net/

     

     

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    Based on his statement it seems like he's doing more than just A special event.

     

     

     

     

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    He has no tours listed on his website - Look again. 

     

    http://www.steviewonder.net/

     

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    I'm using the term "touring" loosely captain literal. 

    This statement "As a matter of fact, wherever I find that law exists, I will not perform in that state or in that part of the world.” Leads me to believe he will be playing in other states at some point. Does it not?

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    Stevie Wonder is a musical genius.

    But this is neither here nor there, IMO.

     

     

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    this case is about self-defense.  Stand you ground was not in play.

     



    Yes it was, it was part of the jury instructions.   Juror B37 (the one who was going to write a book) even mentioned it as part of her deliberations in her interview with Anderson Cooper.  

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    In response to Beach-Spider's comment:

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    this case is about self-defense.  Stand you ground was not in play.

     

     

     

    ROTFLMAO: That response is beyond stupid ...

    In Florida 'Stand Your Ground' and 'Self Defense' laws are virtually the same.

    If you don't believe me then check the FL Statutes yourself.

    (it's easy - just google)

    I know - I live here.

    Did you NOT completely read another post of mine concerning martin's right to stand 'HIS' ground?

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    Your reply is beyond stupid.  the defense never invoked "stand your ground" as a defense.

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

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    the defense never invoked "stand your ground" as a defense.

    This is a pitiful obfuscation and quite beside the point (as usual).

     

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

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    this case is about self-defense.  Stand you ground was not in play.

     

     



    Yes, Trayvon Martin had the right to self defense from the armed man who was chasing him.

     

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    Did the court find that?  Or are you just agitating, looking for that sacrifical lamb to appease the gods of progressivism?

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

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    That confirms he's blind.

    Punish innocent people in states having those laws because he didn't like the outcome of a trial which proved that Treyvon was a druggie street punk looking for trouble.

     

    Maybe he's doing the fine Americans in Florida a favor.

    Sounds like the race card to me.

     

     

    Foot in Mouth  Only a RACSIST would say that he's doing "Americans in Florida a favor".

    Frown  Sounds like the race card huh?

    Wink  Ha... Your avatar is a race card! What about that? 

    Tongue Out  Go tell 'Sheeple' about it and see what he sez ... LOL

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    So, now it's racist to disagree with Stevie Wonder?

    The logic of the left never fails to amuse.

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

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    this case is about self-defense.  Stand you ground was not in play.

     

     

     



    Yes it was, it was part of the jury instructions.   Juror B37 (the one who was going to write a book) even mentioned it as part of her deliberations in her interview with Anderson Cooper.  

     

     




    Maybe the judge interjected it, but it was not part of the defense.

    But, even if it was in play, pretty hard to flee when you are pinned to the ground by a stronger party who is pummeling you with punches.

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

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    the defense never invoked "stand your ground" as a defense.

     

     

    This is a pitiful obfuscation and quite beside the point (as usual).

     

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    Really?  The left running around trying to make sure that people can't respond to criminals when they break into their houses, having to instead crawl out a window and hope for the best?

    "stand your ground" ought to be the law in all 50 states, as it makes sense.  The alternative is to give in to criminal activity.

     

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    In response to skeeter20's comment:

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    the defense never invoked "stand your ground" as a defense.

     

     

     

     

    This is a pitiful obfuscation and quite beside the point (as usual).

     

     

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    Really?  The left running around trying to make sure that people can't respond to criminals when they break into their houses, having to instead crawl out a window and hope for the best?

     

    "stand your ground" ought to be the law in all 50 states, as it makes sense.  The alternative is to give in to criminal activity.

     

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    Except nobody is doing that.  You only think they are.

     
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    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

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    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

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    In response to skeeter20's comment:

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    the defense never invoked "stand your ground" as a defense.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    This is a pitiful obfuscation and quite beside the point (as usual).

     

     

     

    [/QUOTE]

    Really?  The left running around trying to make sure that people can't respond to criminals when they break into their houses, having to instead crawl out a window and hope for the best?

     

     

    "stand your ground" ought to be the law in all 50 states, as it makes sense.  The alternative is to give in to criminal activity.

     

     

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    Except nobody is doing that.  You only thinkthey are.

     

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    Did you not read the talking points?  This is front and center on the let's agenda. 

    I guess Stevie Wonder mentioning it, Eric Holder mentioning it, a slew of left-leaning reporters mentioning it, I guess that's all a figment of my imagination.

     
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    Re: Stevie Wonder Vows To Never Perform In States With 'Stand Your Ground' Laws.

    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    I guess that's all a figment of my imagination.



    That sounds about right.

    The term "wishful thinking" also comes to mind.

     

     

     

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