Ken Mehlman
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just now Ken Mehlman commented on Milo Yiannopoulos Gets Dropped from CPAC.
I'm confused about why MY lost his book deal. Amy Schumer made a child rape joke and she didn't lose her book deal . . .

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6:28 PM yesterday Ken Mehlman commented on Is a Tarp a Home?.
If homeless people want to have, like rights and stuff, THEY SHOULD NOT BE FUCKING HOMELESS!
1:30 PM yesterday Ken Mehlman commented on Milo Yiannopoulos Gets Dropped from CPAC.
@17 Constitutional protections apply only to state actors. Nevertheless I think a violet mob preventing a speaker from addressing an audience that wants to hear him speak is contrary to the principle of freedom of speech if not the first amendment.
11:11 AM yesterday Ken Mehlman commented on Milo Yiannopoulos Gets Dropped from CPAC.
If Brietbart fires him do you think Dan will give him a job writing for The Stranger?
9:10 AM yesterday Ken Mehlman commented on Milo Yiannopoulos: Girls Are In Danger When Adult Trans Women Use Public Toilets But 13-Year-Old Boys Can Benefit From Giving Head To Adult Males.
@6 MY caters to younger conservatives who aren't anti-gay, or at least don't wish to think of themselves as anti-gay. No matter what you think of Milo, don't you find the existence of such an audience reassuring?
Feb 19 Ken Mehlman commented on Mayor Calls Kshama Sawant's Suggestion that Seattle Police Block ICE "Irresponsible and Dangerous".
@61 Would your commitment to letting people go wherever they like include your apartment, WS?
Feb 18 Ken Mehlman commented on Mayor Calls Kshama Sawant's Suggestion that Seattle Police Block ICE "Irresponsible and Dangerous".
@21 The Constitution is an exceptionally well crafted bit of law. It has, for the most part, allowed diverse groups of people with wildly varied interests and values to resolve their political differences without violence. That's why it's awesome.
Feb 17 Ken Mehlman commented on Trayvon Martin at 22.
@6 You don't think a person in the process of having his brains bashed out has the right to defend himself?

BTW I'm inclined to agree about the Slager case. I don't know the details of that case, but I saw the video and it sure seemed like Slager should have been convicted of something.
Feb 17 Ken Mehlman commented on Trayvon Martin at 22.
I wish liberals would quit acting as though George Zimmerman's acquittal was a miscarriage of justice. Physical evidence and the testimony of impartial witnesses show that when Zimmerman fired Trayvon Martin had him pinned on the ground and was pummeling Zimmerman's face. Repeated blows to the head can cause death or serious injury and the law gives a person the right to use deadly force to defend against such an attack. Zimmerman almost certainly provoked Martin into attacking him, but that doesn't make Zimmerman a murderer.