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Old 04-28-2015, 12:40 PM
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Baltimore sounds like a huntIng trip In the making. Not hunting around shoe stores, electronic stores or any place that sells weaves and hair extensions. Those are considered to be hunting over bait. Chicken joints may be off limits also but I'll have to check the regulations on that.
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:09 PM
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I know if I was a business owner and spent my life and hard work building a business. I would be there protecting my business with any means possible.
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:21 PM
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just hard to respect a person that has to hold on to his pants with one hand while giving a limp wirst handshake with the other
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:27 PM
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But we have a younger group that is confusing fear with respect.
Sometimes authorities can reasonably use fear to help impart healthy respect.

We've all known teachers who would slap your hand with a ruler or issue a detention if you did not demonstrate respect.

We've all known coaches who would make you run extra laps or have some other consequence if proper respect was not shown.

And we've all encountered law enforcement more likely to write a ticket rather than issue a warning for a traffic violation if we failed to be respectful.

There is nothing wrong with a healthy fear of those in authority bringing reasonable consequences for failure to demonstrate proper respect.

But serious injury and death are not reasonable consequences in most cases unless that "lack of respect" carries with it a clear danger of death or great bodily harm.
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Old 04-28-2015, 01:57 PM
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no what I am talking about........I am talking about a thug with his *** showing and a gun in his hand or five of his possie members to beat down a little ole white man and thinking he has the man's respect..............
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Old 04-28-2015, 02:20 PM
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Worry not about the animals. Animals will do what animals do. Have on hand at all times the means and skills to defend you and yours if the animals come prowling. Deal with them as they should be dealt with.
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Old 04-28-2015, 02:47 PM
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I got up Monday and went to school.
Most of you probably got up and went to school or work also.
Meanwhile, these savages got up Monday and went out to destroy property, start fires, attack, kill, and inflict injury on policemen and policewomen, and anyone they could get their claws on.
The policemen and policewomen in Baltimore got up and had to deal with those animals.

Keep silently condoning this, making excuses for this type of "acting out", staying quiet when you hear the deafening voice of the uninformed and ignorant out of fear of being labeled a bigot, keep being afraid of and suppressed by the bullying of the "tolerant," keep compromising what you know is right, and this will become the norm.

God help us.
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Old 04-28-2015, 03:31 PM
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I got up Monday and went to school.
Most of you probably got up and went to school or work also.
Meanwhile, these savages got up Monday and went out to destroy property, start fires, attack, kill, and inflict injury on policemen and policewomen, and anyone they could get their claws on.
The policemen and policewomen in Baltimore got up and had to deal with those animals.

Keep silently condoning this, making excuses for this type of "acting out", staying quiet when you hear the deafening voice of the uninformed and ignorant out of fear of being labeled a bigot, keep being afraid of and suppressed by the bullying of the "tolerant," keep compromising what you know is right, and this will become the norm.

God help us.
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Is silently condoning abuse of police powers and foot dragging in the investigation of a death while in police custody any different from silently condoning the aftermath of rioting and looting?

My view is that neither abuse of police power nor rioting and looting should be silently condoned.
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:12 PM
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Is silently condoning abuse of police powers and foot dragging in the investigation of a death while in police custody any different from silently condoning the aftermath of rioting and looting?

My view is that neither abuse of police power nor rioting and looting should be silently condoned.
X2. Neither situation is acceptable and both are too common. Be prepared to defend yourself from either threat. Yes I see cops as a threat and yes I see the general public as a threat. If it has a badge and is a threat remember it's wearing a vest. Adjust sights accordingly. If not then aim center mass.
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:13 PM
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Is silently condoning abuse of police powers and foot dragging in the investigation of a death while in police custody any different from silently condoning the aftermath of rioting and looting?



My view is that neither abuse of police power nor rioting and looting should be silently condoned.

Great post MG
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:24 PM
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Is silently condoning abuse of police powers and foot dragging in the investigation of a death while in police custody any different from silently condoning the aftermath of rioting and looting?

My view is that neither abuse of police power nor rioting and looting should be silently condoned.
This is true.
To clarify;
There are some bad cops. There are many more good cops.
When a bad cop does something bad, it is sensationalized in the media.
When a good cop does something good, it is rarely recognized.
The volume of attention given to the few times bad cops do bad things does not give anyone the right to decide "cops are bad," which is the message being sent to the simple-minded majority who are so ignorant that they have no other recourse to their problems than violence, rioting, and pillaging. And they are passing it on to their children.

Make no mistake, if you villainize the police, there will come a time when the wolf knocks at the door and you will be confronted with the realities they live with routinely.

People, you know what's right, you know what's really going on, and you have a choice to speak up for that when it is being questioned, or to ignore it, fear ostracism, or cower.
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:28 PM
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Not sure if you guys remember when the guy got killed and drug behind the truck by his neck in Vidor Tx? The guy was a drug dealing thug, got killed by some white rednecks in a drug deal gone bad. NAACP was all over down there, built a big park in his name.... this stuff is ridiculous.. USA getting soft and it will eventually cost us all.


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Old 04-28-2015, 05:14 PM
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Not sure if you guys remember when the guy got killed and drug behind the truck by his neck in Vidor Tx? The guy was a drug dealing thug, got killed by some white rednecks in a drug deal gone bad. NAACP was all over down there, built a big park in his name.... this stuff is ridiculous.. USA getting soft and it will eventually cost us all.


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So they both deserved what they got?
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Old 04-28-2015, 05:31 PM
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Make no mistake, if you villainize the police, there will come a time when the wolf knocks at the door and you will be confronted with the realities they live with routinely.
It's not too hard to prepare for most likely scenarios of criminal wolves at the door. The standard home defense training and preparation can be very effective.

Preparing to survive uniformed wolves at the door is much more challenging.

Remember when they were confiscating firearms from law-abiding home owners in the aftermath of Katrina?

Are you not aware that Obama and the liberal elites are pursuing international treaties that may well lead to the confiscation of firearms, possibly by UN troops, possibly by domestic "law enforcement"?

I'm much more confident in the average gun owning citizen's ability to deal with a couple of meth heads than uniformed wolves. Diligent Americans would do well to ensure that our public servants are not allowed to become wolves at the door.
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Old 04-28-2015, 05:33 PM
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So they both deserved what they got?

Probably so, drug dealers both of them
You disagree?

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Old 04-28-2015, 05:34 PM
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It's not too hard to prepare for most likely scenarios of criminal wolves at the door. The standard home defense training and preparation can be very effective.

Preparing to survive uniformed wolves at the door is much more challenging.

Remember when they were confiscating firearms from law-abiding home owners in the aftermath of Katrina?

Are you not aware that Obama and the liberal elites are pursuing international treaties that may well lead to the confiscation of firearms, possibly by UN troops, possibly by domestic "law enforcement"?

I'm much more confident in the average gun owning citizen's ability to deal with a couple of meth heads than uniformed wolves. Diligent Americans would do well to ensure that our public servants are not allowed to become wolves at the door.

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Old 04-28-2015, 05:35 PM
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Probably so, drug dealers both of them
You disagree?

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Lol, I think the drug laws and the war on drugs is for a whole new thread.
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