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As yall know, Ive adopted a data-driven approach to accruing key-hyperlinks thatin the aggregate send a message that is consistent

with my anti-BHO postures, accommodating myriad perspectives while eschewing recidivism unless a concept merits an update. Overnight, it is apt to note receipt of five videos [Bloodbath in Cairo, sarah-palin-takes-greta-by-storm, BHO claims-NSA-Secret-Data-Gathering-is-Transparent, Advent-of-ObamaCare-Brings-ID-Theft-Concerns and Alieta Eck for NJ-Senate] and five articles [the-un-wants-you-to-use-term-irregular instead of illegal, huma-abedin-(Weiners wife)-and-the-secret-she-keeps, ObamaCare Call Center Hiring Part-Time Workers, Not Providing Healthcare, Philly city_buildings_must_report_energy and water_usage, and Phils_sign_Cuban_pitcher]. Also noted is gross evidence that Iranian sanctions have failed [Iran exported 1.059 gigawatts of electricity (to Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Armenia, and Turkey), and imported 155 megawatts of electricity (from Armenia and Turkmenistan) this past Thursday] while the NY-Times keeps channeling BHOs rationale for procrastination [president-elect-stirs-optimism-in-iran-and-west]. Lest the lefties deceitful elisions escape a modicum of exposure, confirm omission in todays Politico Playbook including in the hyperlinked-articlethe fact that Illegal-aliens-attended-Paul-Ryans-immigration-townhall. Also, Mike Fitzpatrick signed-on as a co-sponsor of The STOP IRS Act, which states that the targeting of an individual taxpayer for political purposes to the list of 10 other specific offenses which can result in termination for IRS employees. This legislation will help restore some balance to the system and put the IRS on notice that abusive practices for political purposes will not be tolerated. But the focus herein is to probe the Martin/Zimmerman issue in a fashion that, heretofore, hasnt been analyzed. Before doing so, however, note that the following graphic counterpoints the fact that BHO invoked the Phony Scandals phraseology thrice during the past week, including during todays weekly address.

Martin/Zimmerman. The big news this week [countpointing, perhaps, Zimmermans heroism] has been the testimonial of Juror B29 [which ABC Misleadingly Edited] and Martins mothers assertion @ the annual Urban League meeting that Zimmerman had been acquitted due to the stand your ground law. Regarding the former, it is pivotal to recognize the possibility of anguish prompted by socialpressure to have prompted her to exclaim He got away with murder in a laypersons lingo [rather than legalistically]. Regarding the latter, its desirable to review myriad perspectives, including the [understandable, perhaps] wall-to-wall coverage of this issue [except for reprint of an op-ed piece a

week ago by Christine Flowers] by the Philadelphia Tribune. It is within that context that new information gleaned from a piece by Clarence Page cried for vetting. It must be recalled that talking-heads often revealed their inherent biases when the claimed this law had been invoked in this caseas well as when pundits claimed the acquittal had been due to racism despite denials from all the players [i.e., lawyers on both sides] as confirmed by directly watching the trial [time-permitting]. Nevertheless, after having divulged his inherent/personal-prejudices, Page ended his essay [again reinforcing the concept that one learns 90% of the most vital info during the last 10% of an interaction] by writing this: Although Zimmerman did not invoke Floridas law in his defense, the jury that acquitted him received instructions that borrowed language from the statute. If he was attacked in any place where he had a right to be,he had no duty to retreat and had the right to stand his ground and meet force with force. This was confirmed, first, noting the following excerpt from the Jury Instructions: If George Zimmerman was not engaged in an unlawful activity and was attacked in any place where he had a right to be, he had no duty to retreat and had the right to stand his ground and meet force with force, including deadly force if he reasonably believed that it was necessary to do so to prevent death or great bodily harm to himself or another or to prevent the commission of a forcible felony. This was NOT confirmed, second, noting the following excerpt from the Florida statue: A person is justified in the use of deadly force and does not have a duty to retreat if: (1) He or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony. It has been claimed that the instructions were confusing, but no one argued they deviated from the applicable statute[s]; therefore, it is necessary to note the exclusion of the first two disclaimers in the Jury Instructions from the actual Stand Your Ground lawand then to decide if this elision over absolute truth undermined the credibility of Pages essay. Simply put, the insertion of these criteria [that Zimmerman wasnt doing anything unlawful and was attacked at a place where he had a right to be] differs from the Stand Your Ground law and had to have been met in the Zimmerman case to justify his having functioned, essentially, in self defense. Therefore, even the most intellectual effort manifest by those attacking the acquittal has been found to be disingenuous; essentially, the charge that borrowed language rose to the level of invoking this law has been debunked by simple-scrutiny of primary-data. This illustrates the double-dangers of citing information out-of-context and/or adopting-by-referenceand, perhaps, a greater danger of daring to trust input from an admittedly-biased source.

[Leonard Nemoys Vulcan Greeting invokes the Hebrew shin ( ) which is both the first letter of the word for the Sabbath ( ) and of the word Shalom ( ) Which means hello, peace, good-bye.]