Former Playboy models and “Green Tea Party” activists Shane and Sia Barbi joined actor James Woods in calling attention to the murder of Delbert Belton, the World War II veteran beaten to death by two teenagers in Washington.

Shane Barbi’s husband, actor Ken Wahl, took to Twitter to call out President Obama’s silence on the slaying of a hero.

Musician Charlie Daniels also called on the Obama administration to acknowledge the brutal taking of Mr. Belton’s life.


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  • WhoMeToo

    Not only does EVIL walk among us, it is in power in this country.

    • mapache

      and it is growing more powerful…there is an evil shadow over the land.

    • BlahBlah

      Piers Morgan is on it. He will ban evil.

      • WhoMeToo

        .@PiersMorgan is the epitome of the kind of Stupid that facilitates & creates EVIL.

    • Thale Taxurfeet

      Ken Wahl has a point about the content of O’s character while Charlie Daniels is spot on. Evil walks among us.

      • irishgirl91

        And has topcover in DC

    • Kellie M

      Sadly there are a lot of fools in this country…fools who voted BO into office the first term and even bigger fools who re-elected him after the destruction he has done.

  • Marcy Cook

    Shorty Belton….please petition God for us that this will stop and the evil ones will be destroyed. You are enjoying the blessings of Heaven and we rejoice that evil can no longer touch you.

  • derfelcadarn

    I suppose they will be calling to ban flashlights now

  • HWarrior13

    Having lived in Spokane, I can assure everyone that there are like 12 black kids in Spokane and the only escape routes include Idaho, Oregon and the Canadian border. A black teen couldn’t hide very well for long in any of those places.
    That thug WILL be found

    • Flowergirl

      I currently live there, and you are so right. He can run, but can’t hide for long. Everyone in this good city wants the little puke caught.

      • HWarrior13


        • Flowergirl

          South. But it’s starting to feel like nowhere is safe here. :(

          • HWarrior13

            Five Mile….South hill scared me —Lewis & Clark, wasn’t sure about that for kids future.

    • JettieG

      I heard younger vets are on the trail. The boy better hope the cops find him first.

      • Flowergirl


        • JettieG

          I do not have the same hopes as the thug. :+)

      • HWarrior13

        True that ! Especially if you’ve seen the size of the male population in Spokane…those guys will beat him to a pulp.

        A lot of old immigrant Russian stock…they grow ’em BIG.
        (There’s a reason that Gongaza [my old alma mater :-] always goes to the Sweet 16)

        • JettieG

          Cool. And the ZAGS are your college ball team? :+)

          • HWarrior13

            LOL….Yep, the Zags ! About the ONLY good thing to come out of that private, pretentious, over priced, Socialist indoctrination center…the basketball team.

      • HWarrior13


  • HWarrior13

    If Obama had a Grandfather, would he look like Delbert Belton ?

    • therealguyfaux

      Well, in all fairness, one of them would have done.
      The other one would have been a Mau Mau in Kenya, who would have kicked out the first grandfather if he had lived there, and then turned the place into a s#ithouse like Zimbabwe.

    • lessthantolerant

      No, he would look like RuPaul! they both love men! Delbert Belton was more man then Obama will ever be.

    • GaryTheBrave

      Only on his mother’s side.

    • Markward

      He’d throw him under the bus too!

  • JeffWRidge

    I love how lefties like RachelMc want to act as if we on the right are exploiting the murder of this American patriot. Did this person, and others like her, speak out when Jackson, Sharpton and other lefty race-baiters were exploiting the death of Trayvon Martin to stir up racial tensions for their political agenda?

    Why hasn’t Jackson, et al, spoken out about the obvious racial aspects of this crime? They were all too happy to manufacture a racial element in the Zimmermann case, but they want to ignore this. It all depends on the color of the person who was killed and the color of their killer(s). They’re all race hustling hypocrites.

    • ernst1776

      Spot on!

    • WhoMeToo


    • dagnytaggart

      Well, Jesse said he “frowned upon” the murder of Chris Lane, what more do you want? Protests? Demands for justice? Hoodies? C’mon, be reasonable!

      • Republicanvet

        Actually that racist POS frowned upon the death of Chris Lee.

        • dagnytaggart

          Good point, I forgot that!

    • Electradivine

      Well both sides do it, just so happens the left did it first on using deaths to say something about politics

      It’s a truly sad situation with Shorty, but why bring up the president? Just because YOU are mad that he spoke out about the Martin case? IMHO that is using shorty’s death as more hate for political nonsense

      • therealguyfaux

        Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind.

        Obama has to stay on the good side of his “peeps.” So he pokes his nose into matters far beneath his dignity and business as president, as with Prof. Gates and that silly “beer summit” nonsense, just so he can still have a bit of street cred going into the 2012 election.

        Now, having won, and not particularly needing to appease anyone’s sensitivities, all of a sudden he’s not interested in any dialogue to promote racial understanding in this nation? Especially now, when it seems the Left are having to scream all the louder such nonsense as Chris Lane’s and Del Belton’s murders had nothing at all, period, end of, to do with race(!)? And if they do deign to speak of it, as did Jesse Jackass, all you get is tepid comments like “Frown upon”!

        People are funny, Mr Prez– when you’ve pissed ON them long enough, they’re going to get pissed OFF.

        • Kellie M

          Agree with every word.

      • JeffWRidge

        I never said I was “mad” that Obama spoke out about Martin. In fact, I didn’t mention Obama at all. Try reading my comment again.

        However, since you bring it up, when a sitting president chimes in on a pending legal case and takes sides, he is making it much harder for justice to be done. He is poisoning the jury pool and creating the possibility of a mistrial. Nixon did that in the Charles Manson case. He was wrong and so was Obama.

        It just happened to turn out that Zimmerman was acquitted, and even then there were threats on Zimmerman’s life. The race hustlers have created a situation where the entire Zimmerman family has to live in fear of their lives, for the rest of their lives. The case was no longer about what happened, and the search for justice. It was about revenge for imagined racism.

        Spare me the hate nonsense. It’s the race-baiting left that traffics in hate. They keep it alive to use as a weapon against their political opponents.

        If Belton had been a black man murdered by two white thugs, this would have been played up as proof of racism and hate and would become a cause celebre for the left. Jackson, Sharpton, and in all likelihood Obama himself, would all have used it to keep stirring that pot filled with hate the left loves to much.

        Tell me, did you speak out against the race-baiters when they declared that Zimmerman had murdered Trayvon Martin because of his skin color without proof, or the benefit of a trail? Or did you believe them?

        • Erik Soderstrom

          Please don’t resubmit comments if they are held for moderation. It creates additional work for the moderators. We will get to your comment if it’s been held in moderation.

          • JeffWRidge

            Then tell me what the problem is. I don’t think it is unreasonable to be informed of just which word is offensive. What caused the post to go to moderation? Tell me and I promise never to use the word or term here again.

            You need to put out a guideline of forbidden words and phrases.

          • Erik Soderstrom

            The filters are a little more complicated than that; I don’t believe any specific word triggered it. As you can see, your comment wasn’t modified.

            That’s probably not the answer you’re looking for, but it’s the best I’ve got right now. If I can find out more, I’ll try to drop another reply here.

          • JeffWRidge

            Thank you.

      • Jay Stevens


        Why bring up the President? Because he has generally erroneously injected himself into the issue every time there has been a black “victimized” by a white.

        I am not mad that he spoke out about the Martin case. I am mad because, before all of the facts were in, like the police in the Gates case “who acted stupidly”, he spoke without thinking, “Trayvon Martin could have been my son.”

        Well, yes, if he had been raising a thug.

    • JeffWRidge

      This is a test. This individual is testing the system for PC moderation of comments. This is only a test.

      I am checking to try to determine which word I used in a reply to “Electrodivine” caused my comment to be sent for moderation.

      The first word I will test is black.

      • Thale Taxurfeet

        The Moderation Swamp creature has developed a voracious appetite.

        I’m starting to recall why I stopped trying to comment via the Intense[ly Filtered] Debate sites.

        • JeffWRidge

          Yeah, I quit commenting at the Breitbart sites for a while because of the overly PC moderation there. I’ve gone back to posting comments there a little to test the waters. So far, so good.

        • Erik Soderstrom

          Delicious comments….

          Please be patient with us. Your responses are appreciated, but sometimes it takes a little time to sort the wheat from the chaff.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            Heh… Patience is something I have in abundance, along with a kernel or two of wheat per bushel of chaff.

    • Kellie M

      Thank you. I couldn’t have come even close to saying it as well as you have. If Mr Belton were black I guarantee you that he would be in all of the headlines and there would be marches and riots. But because he is white he doesn’t matter. God bless you Mr Belton and I graciously thank you for your service to this country, a country who has failed to give you the recognition you deserve.

  • Garth Haycock

    If Obama had a son, he would look like the thugs who murdered Delbert Belton.

  • David

    My thoughts are with the family and friends of Mr. Belton.
    Hades still has openings for the cowardly thugs inspired by a cowardly president.

  • fcalsnoe

    Shorty reminds me of my dad who fought in the South Pacific campaign as a Marine. Yep Bougainville Iwo and so on. He was pretty much fearless and would have easily taken these punks apart but at 89 you lose a little of that edge as everyday above ground is a blessing. This is the last straw for me and I won’t get over this for a long time. Shorty say hi to my dad and let him know some of us won’t let the barbarians take over. Of course we realize you fought for that.

    • TheLordRegent

      +1 with caveat: You won’t let the barbarians take over? Too late.

      Gonna make the perps and their enablers pay for what they have done? Bwa ha ha ha ha ha! It would take a hundred heads many times over for the brothers to get it-that racist motivated murders of whites don’t pay. I know since I live among them.

      Keep burning the keyboards if it feels better to vent.

  • Dan Poole

    The murder of Delbert Belton also proves once and for all that it’s people who create their culture and their environment. Culture and environment does NOT create people.

  • therealguyfaux

    Praise for Ken Wahl, his wife and sister-in-law.
    He’s not only a “Wiseguy,” he’s a wise guy. And not that kind, either. Although I wouldn’t mind seeing those scum in Spokane dealt with by some of that kind of wiseguy; they’d learn in a hurry what it was like to be on the receiving end.
    Take it from a “Guy” who knows what that kind of wiseguy can do.
    ‘Nuff said.

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    Praise for Ken, Charlie, Shane and Sia, Thanx and DITTOES!! Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Sharon Kremer

    BO chose to speak out about a professor & blk teen.Both what he saw as racism against blks.Naturally people are now wondering why no remarks coming from him on at least 3 tragic deaths that to me look very much like racism,words tweeted by the murderer himself speak of hate of whites=racist.All I’ve been hearing is excuses for all of them.No parents,no big bro,no ed. how about no guts and certainly no conscious or respect for life of others.If had no money where did they get the videos,the phone-oh wait BO phone no doubt,looked healthy to me.Public school is just that,for public so get off butt and go and quit whining no ed for these poor little misunderstood teens.We understand them alright,they’re lazy,chicken little cowards.

  • ObamaFail

    Because Delbert Belton was white, and his killers were black, no liberal wants to focus on the skin color of the victim and the perps. But oh boy, had Belton been black and the two wastes of life thugs who killed him were white? The riots would have already started.

    • Flowergirl

      The double standard makes my blood boil.

  • Guest

    Obama’s silence is sickening on this topic. He didn’t mind bragging about how a thug like Trayvon would look like his son if he had one.

    • snyper77

      This says it all

  • socalcon

    We are Delbert.

    • TheLordRegent

      You get it-that’s the plan.

  • irish

    God Bless you Delbert Belton! Thank you for defending our nation and serving in the military. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in heaven and with your family during this horrible time. America needs to honor you and speak up about this senseless crime. America lost the best of the best when those pathetic human beings took your life. Where is the media now? Delbert was a true hero!!

  • JeffWRidge

    Testing. All of my comments seem to be going to the moderator. Why?

  • Guest

    President Obama was quoted as saying: “If I had a son, he also would’ve beat this guy to death.”

  • ee1774

    President Obama was quoted as saying: “If I had a son, he also would’ve beaten this guy to death.”

  • TheLordRegent

    Of course BO’s silent-his sons have struck again!

  • LegalizeShemp

    If I had a son with bleeding hemorrhoids, they would look just like Barack Obama.

  • Voice of reason

    He will never acknowledge this because he is a partisan racist hack

  • Madcat151

    man? hes not a man hes a punk ass rat.

  • neoface

    Just by all the posting, it seems most black people are ignorant and the true racist.

  • plaingolf

    Nobody needs to be informed of the bottoming out of black youth culture. Everyone sees it. I wonder what will happen when their parents or grandparents that they sponge off of die?

  • MasterDebater

    I cannot comment as I am debating myself.