Hispanics fear profiling under new Arizona law

Apr 24, 2010 | Posted by: RadicalTim | Full story: www.sunnewspapers.net

Arodi Berrelleza isn't one of the targets of Arizona's new law cracking down on illegal immigration a ' he's a U.S. citizen, a high school student from Phoenix.

[A.P.] Phoenix April 24th 2010 sun news paper.net A legal 18 year old is in fear when he's with his friends.. Reported in the article His fear is racial profiling. Advocates plan on fighting the alleged anti civil rights abuse...
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Our founding fathers had no clue that we would have gay people!!!!!
Gen. Frederich Wilhelm von Steuben (Inspector General and Major General of the Continental Army) arrived at Valley Forge was a well known homosexual and he brought his young French lover with him.
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"Von Steuben is perhaps the best-known gay man in American military history. Although his sexual orientation is rarely mentioned and has been excised from standard history books, his role in winning the Revolutionary War was incomparable and second only to Washington's own. As inspector general and Major General of the Continental Army, his job was to teach drills, tactics and maneuvers. He authored the "Revolutionary War Drill Manual" which was used through the War of 1812 and his other maneuvers were used for more than 150 years."

http://www.bilerico.com/2011/10/george_washin...
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Two weeks later on March 15, 1778 (also at Valley Forge) George Washington signed the first documented discharge from the Continental Army that involved homosexual behavior.

Lt. Gotthold Frederick Enslin was caught having sex with Pvt. John Monhart.

Enslin was discharged and "drummed out of the corps" after being found guilty of sodomy and perjury.

Washington's own writings suggest that he was much more concerned about the implications of Enslin's fraternizing with a subordinate officer and lying under oath than the sordid sexual details of the case.

Despite the fact that the law called for punishments that could include flogging, castration and even death, Washington decided to let Enslin walk away with no other punishment than his discharge.

Private Monhart was not charged and was not forced to leave the army.

I could go on, but the point is that the Founding Fathers knew about gay people and they held a wide range of views on homosexuals and homosexuality.

George Washington personally signed the first discharge that involved homosexual behavior, but he also allowed men he knew to be gay to serve in his Army and often in a close working relationship with himself and his staff.

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arrived was = arrived as

Anybody else had a long day?

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Terry Buckeye wrote:
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If you are a Republican, how could you advocate ID laws? Isn't their mantra "less government!"? Would you be in favor of micro-chipping, also?
No...but just like its a crime to try and pass your self off as a cop,
It should be a crime to try and pass for a Marine!!!..scum bag!

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Gen. Frederich Wilhelm von Steuben (Inspector General and Major General of the Continental Army) arrived at Valley Forge was a well known homosexual and he brought his young French lover with him.
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"Von Steuben is perhaps the best-known gay man in American military history. Although his sexual orientation is rarely mentioned and has been excised from standard history books, his role in winning the Revolutionary War was incomparable and second only to Washington's own. As inspector general and Major General of the Continental Army, his job was to teach drills, tactics and maneuvers. He authored the "Revolutionary War Drill Manual" which was used through the War of 1812 and his other maneuvers were used for more than 150 years."
http://www.bilerico.com/2011/10/george_washin...
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Two weeks later on March 15, 1778 (also at Valley Forge) George Washington signed the first documented discharge from the Continental Army that involved homosexual behavior.
Lt. Gotthold Frederick Enslin was caught having sex with Pvt. John Monhart.
Enslin was discharged and "drummed out of the corps" after being found guilty of sodomy and perjury.
Washington's own writings suggest that he was much more concerned about the implications of Enslin's fraternizing with a subordinate officer and lying under oath than the sordid sexual details of the case.
Despite the fact that the law called for punishments that could include flogging, castration and even death, Washington decided to let Enslin walk away with no other punishment than his discharge.
Private Monhart was not charged and was not forced to leave the army.
I could go on, but the point is that the Founding Fathers knew about gay people and they held a wide range of views on homosexuals and homosexuality.
George Washington personally signed the first discharge that involved homosexual behavior, but he also allowed men he knew to be gay to serve in his Army and often in a close working relationship with himself and his staff.
This is absolutely true and documented, I agree....
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JackMcIntosh wrote:
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Gen. Frederich Wilhelm von Steuben (Inspector General and Major General of the Continental Army) arrived at Valley Forge was a well known homosexual and he brought his young French lover with him.
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"Von Steuben is perhaps the best-known gay man in American military history. Although his sexual orientation is rarely mentioned and has been excised from standard history books, his role in winning the Revolutionary War was incomparable and second only to Washington's own. As inspector general and Major General of the Continental Army, his job was to teach drills, tactics and maneuvers. He authored the "Revolutionary War Drill Manual" which was used through the War of 1812 and his other maneuvers were used for more than 150 years."
http://www.bilerico.com/2011/10/george_washin...
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Two weeks later on March 15, 1778 (also at Valley Forge) George Washington signed the first documented discharge from the Continental Army that involved homosexual behavior.
Lt. Gotthold Frederick Enslin was caught having sex with Pvt. John Monhart.
Enslin was discharged and "drummed out of the corps" after being found guilty of sodomy and perjury.
Washington's own writings suggest that he was much more concerned about the implications of Enslin's fraternizing with a subordinate officer and lying under oath than the sordid sexual details of the case.
Despite the fact that the law called for punishments that could include flogging, castration and even death, Washington decided to let Enslin walk away with no other punishment than his discharge.
Private Monhart was not charged and was not forced to leave the army.
I could go on, but the point is that the Founding Fathers knew about gay people and they held a wide range of views on homosexuals and homosexuality.
George Washington personally signed the first discharge that involved homosexual behavior, but he also allowed men he knew to be gay to serve in his Army and often in a close working relationship with himself and his staff.
BFD ! It`s still wrong no matter how you look at it!! Idiot!

Sodomy on a Woman is Gross, Let alone on a Man you sick FK!

But all the weird fantasies are welcome now days. Kinda make one think of Revelations in the Bible don`t it Sicko??

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JackMcIntosh wrote:
Gen. Frederich Wilhelm von Steuben (Inspector General and Major General of the Continental Army) arrived at Valley Forge was a well known homosexual and he brought his young French lover with him.
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"Von Steuben is perhaps the best-known gay man in American military history. Although his sexual orientation is rarely mentioned and has been excised from standard history books, his role in winning the Revolutionary War was incomparable and second only to Washington's own. As inspector general and Major General of the Continental Army, his job was to teach drills, tactics and maneuvers. He authored the "Revolutionary War Drill Manual" which was used through the War of 1812 and his other maneuvers were used for more than 150 years."

http://www.bilerico.com/2011/10/george_washin...
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Two weeks later on March 15, 1778 (also at Valley Forge) George Washington signed the first documented discharge from the Continental Army that involved homosexual behavior.

Lt. Gotthold Frederick Enslin was caught having sex with Pvt. John Monhart.

Enslin was discharged and "drummed out of the corps" after being found guilty of sodomy and perjury.

Washington's own writings suggest that he was much more concerned about the implications of Enslin's fraternizing with a subordinate officer and lying under oath than the sordid sexual details of the case.

Despite the fact that the law called for punishments that could include flogging, castration and even death, Washington decided to let Enslin walk away with no other punishment than his discharge.

Private Monhart was not charged and was not forced to leave the army.

I could go on, but the point is that the Founding Fathers knew about gay people and they held a wide range of views on homosexuals and homosexuality.

George Washington personally signed the first discharge that involved homosexual behavior, but he also allowed men he knew to be gay to serve in his Army and often in a close working relationship with himself and his staff.
What? True history has been excised from history books? When conservatives claim that has happened the laughter, name calling, and prescription pads get put into play.

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That's funny from someone called Al Heimer.

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Quirky wrote:
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BFD ! It`s still wrong no matter how you look at it!! Idiot!
Sodomy on a Woman is Gross, Let alone on a Man you sick FK!
But all the weird fantasies are welcome now days. Kinda make one think of Revelations in the Bible don`t it Sicko??
I'm not here to argue morality Quirk.

I was simply disucussing an historical fact.

The person I replied to said that the Founding Fathers didn't know that we would have gay people.

The fact is that the Founding Fathers already knew gay people and many of those gay people fought along side them when this nation was founded.

It's just American history Quirk...nothin' to get upset about.

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I'm not here to argue morality Quirk.
I was simply disucussing an historical fact.
The person I replied to said that the Founding Fathers didn't know that we would have gay people.
The fact is that the Founding Fathers already knew gay people and many of those gay people fought along side them when this nation was founded.
It's just American history Quirk...nothin' to get upset about.
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F.O. X-Man/Terry Buckeye Your a sick fk , that is the truth PERIOD!
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I'm not here to argue morality Quirk.
I was simply disucussing an historical fact.
The person I replied to said that the Founding Fathers didn't know that we would have gay people.
The fact is that the Founding Fathers already knew gay people and many of those gay people fought along side them when this nation was founded.
It's just American history Quirk...nothin' to get upset about.
;)
By the way ... Normal people do not want GAY`s. But Obama does!

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What? True history has been excised from history books? When conservatives claim that has happened the laughter, name calling, and prescription pads get put into play.
I guess it's all about what you claim has been left out and what documentation there is to support your case.

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By the way ... Normal people do not want GAY`s. But Obama does!
Bi-sexual women are ok in my book, but the others can go.

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F.O. X-Man/Terry Buckeye Your a sick fk , that is the truth PERIOD!
I'm happier with my life than you are with yours.

Just an observation.

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<quoted text>Bi-sexual women are ok in my book, but the others can go.
Nope! Um well Maybe?? Wait ? NO thanks! Would you want your Woman telling you She had an afair With a Woman? And did not includ you? Wait Treesomes are sick too!

Illegals

Morality

Over spending by our Government

Lack of enforcing the laws already on the books

These are but a few of the problems facing us today!

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Hey Posit.

I was about to call it a night.

American history has so much more texture than most people have been taught.

I guess that was my point to start with.

Have a good one.
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I'm happier with my life than you are with yours.
Just an observation.
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I do not think so. Why does Paul go away for hours? And you don`t understand why? Yep I know. He was purchasing farm supply's. Yeppers!

Why do you and he frequent the Peep shows? yep I know, Your nor satisfied. People like you are never satisfied. One more perverted conquest is how you roll. But it is also a trait of your kind to be acceptable of these kind of thought`s.

A statement from a dude I knew who died from AID`s and was a Flaming Gay.(Satisfy your NEEDS)!!!
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I am in favor of allowing immigrants with PhD or Engineering or Science degrees. We do not need more landscapers or dish washers or carpenters.
Illegal immigrunts need to self deport and enter USA with legitimate credentials.
SHOW ME YOUR PAPERS will continue
Deportations will continue
11 million to go
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No...but just like its a crime to try and pass your self off as a cop,
It should be a crime to try and pass for a Marine!!!..scum bag!
I would NEVER try to pass myself off as a Marine. And I promise I'll never resort to calling you names like a third grader.

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Quirky wrote:
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F.O. X-Man/Terry Buckeye Your a sick fk , that is the truth PERIOD!
Now, how did I get pulled into your psychotic morass?
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You're sick, you dumbf*ck.
So , So Sorry of all the bad things that happened to you. Too bad you did not grow and learn from them??

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