Will there be a game tonight?

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    Re: Will there be a game tonight?

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    If the law enforcement people believe that its going to make their job easier if the residents remain at home, who are you to say that they are wrong?

    Who are you to say they are right. That's not a question.

    Use your brain for once: are the streets better clogged with traffic or cleared for emergency vehicle use if such vehicles are needed?

    A city deals with the issue of traffic and emergencies every day. If this day was so special in regards ot that issue, why the delay to shut the city down. That's not a question.

     

    Is it easier for this lunatic to escape in a crowded Kenmore square, for example, or just might he stand out more if he is the only guy running?

    Should there be pedestrians in the line of police fire if they find this guy or are those pedestrians better off and safer at home until this is resolved?

    In fact, he's just as likely to break in and grab hostages and hide out when he sees his crowd cover is gone. 

    Might this lunatic find a good number of people gathered together if folks are allowed to congregate and try to blow them up too?

    Pretty clear that part of his Militant Muslim plan has concluded. They had plenty of opportunties to blow up a crowd of people, before this shootout stuff started up. He's simply trying to reach his contacts and find a safe haven.

    And who said Boston is going to "get back to normal"? I said that the games can resume after the catch him

    Since the interrogation and investigation still can't rule out others involved, it's absurd to use his "at large" status to shut down the city and postpone scheduled sports activity, then simply eliminating this guy as a threat is not a valid basis to tell the City to resume normal activity.

    I'm apalled that we have someone on there calling this kid a "good student with many friends whose been here for years and is a citizen", but then they are just repeating the media sensationalization of the disaster.



    You are also paranoid. I am going to take the leap of faith this one time and assume that the FBI actually knows better than Softlaw what they are doing. If they claim it will make their job easier for folks to stay home, let me see...who should I believe...them...or you. There comes a time when you have to put your political agenda aside and let the professionals in law enforcement do their job. This is that time.

     
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    Re: Will there be a game tonight?

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    They could have bown up Farmer Joe's cornfield and there would still have been Federal jurisdiction.

    No offense, but you must have educated at Harvard Law School.

    In fact, the only jurisdiction the ATF has would be the crimes of the use of the explosives "WMD" and the deaths of the federal employees on the federal property. If Joe was in Iowa, the feds would have no jurisdiction over the murder of Joe. In the case of McVeigh, the State of OK had excvlusive jurisdiction over the murders of the 160 people who weren't federal employees. The State of OK never brought any murder charges for those 160 people.

    The big issue is not the federal or state jurisdiction issue, in these militant Muslim jihadists attacks. It's the fact that these matters do not belong in the criminal justice system which, from his own statement, is the presumptive policy and practice of this incomeptent administration.




    Why do some in this country deny the radical muslim problem, just don't get it.  The juhadists are having a good laugh at our expense. 

     
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  5. You have chosen to ignore posts from pumpsie-green. Show pumpsie-green's posts

    Re: Will there be a game tonight?

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    I am going to take the leap of faith this one time and assume that the FBI actually knows better than Softlaw what they are doing. If they claim it will make their job easier for folks to stay home, let me see...who should I believe...them...or you. There comes a time when you have to put your political agenda aside and let the professionals in law enforcement do their job. This is that time.

     

    "A robot was being used to search the boat and the bomb squad was en route, in a dramatic development came just after police said their hunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev had gone cold and urged people to "go about your business."

    Early in the day, police told residents of several city neighborhoods, especially Watertown, to stay inside. School was canceled, bus and train service suspended and people were even told not to venture out for work. But those restrictions were lifted at the news briefing Friday night about 15 minutes before the gunshots were heard" ---FN

     

    Get a life, I've done nothing to interfere with public safety trying to do their jobs the best they can. But don't ever lecture me about the issue of a valid basis for opening or closing down a city.



    Since you have no problem lecturing others, I will feel free to lecture YOU about whatever topic I choose. Here you go Softy. Here is the thread for the political forum here. That is where your political posts belong:

    http://www.boston.com/community/forums/news/politics/80/770

     
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    Re: Will there be a game tonight?

    Still no news on whether there will be a double header tomorrow or Sunday?

     
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    Re: Will there be a game tonight?

    In response to AyyyBoston's comment:

    Still no news on whether there will be a double header tomorrow or Sunday?




    if the double header was tomorrow i would imagine we would have heard about it by now..

     

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