User Profile: 2GodBeTheGlory


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  • [1] July 31, 2015 at 1:56pm


    Although there are more than a few here that use the words “Gestapo tactics!”, I do agree that it’s more against “cops, just because their cops”. You and I have exchanged comments on a few occasions, purely because you appear to excuse bad, illegal, and murderous behavior because “it’s just a few bad” LEO or we disagree on the factors of the evidence at play. You give preferential treatment of all LEO by default, I look at the evidence as displayed, by demanding that the state prove their case against a citizen. Yes, due to the laws of today, everyone breaks an average of 3, including you, however, the just laws of holding a person accountable for their actions AGAINST another person is what I look for. Where no person is exempt. Further, as a person that has 0 personal problems with LEO, I do take issue with the follow problems that does not allow for me to give benefit of the doubt to LEO;
    - Lying to citizens (but illegal to lie to LEO)
    - “primary job is to go home at the end of the day”
    - “We can’t do our job while following the Constitution”
    - “Us vs. Them”
    - “We will not be held accountable for the same laws that we enforce”

  • [12] July 31, 2015 at 1:33pm

    A good dog is their as an early warning – for the criminal. For if my dog is barking, and you don’t take the hint, you will never hear the hammer fall.

  • [11] July 31, 2015 at 1:09pm


    I use to agree with you, however, a few points have come up;

    - Before cars, people could freely use their horse, without the state, to travel from on place to another
    - The word “drivers” was used to denote a proffesion (i.e. cattle driver) and therefore could be “regulated”, but not personal transportation. Most “drivers” are not professional “drivers”, but travel from one place to another for private reasons – thus a personal right
    - It is not possible to travel in the U.S. without utilzing some form of motor vehicle, therefore, by design, a personal car MUST be considered a personal conveyance much like the horse, and thus the state has not business being involved UNLESS actual harm is committed (think horse running over a child). Therefore satisfing your requirement (and mine) of responsiblity
    - LEO answers calls (cell phones) and radio traffic all the time while operating their state owned vehicle, and yet are never charged for the same crime as a citizen. That’s a double standard that is not acceptable (actually, no double standards are acceptable as it applies to laws – the whole “laws are for thee and you, but not for me” problem)

    Re: “massive pain” – Life is pain. People die everyday for all manner of reasons – includding the 400K+ (15% of all deaths) due to medical mistakes. Laws are not meant to protect us from ourselves, but to hold accountable those that HAVE harmed another.

  • [3] July 31, 2015 at 12:40pm


    Re: “His left arm was caught on the steering wheel.”

    What was the officers right to reach into a vehicle when no circumstances existed to do so. Further, if you look closely at the video, it appears that the car did not start rolling until after the shot. I did not see the officers hand on the wheel in the originial video.

    Note, the citizen had not been arrested yet (under PC), however, I do agree that the citizen was not following the law – but the citizens actions did not support the claim that the officer was reasonably in fear of his life nor great bodily harm. Finally, the actions of the other officers leads to speculation that their word is not trustworthy.

  • [2] July 31, 2015 at 9:36am

    It does not appear that the initial video information supported anything other than further investigation. However, now that we have officers clearly attempting to “cover” for their own, it makes it look real bad.

    As many of you know, I try to hold all accountable, including LEO; where I do not give the benefit of the doubt to LEO, for the EVIDENCE and FACTS must bear out for me. I am this way because of the 1960′s SCOTUS rulings allowing LEO to lie to citizens (but yet it’s a felony to lie to LEO) – I don’t do double standards well, as our founders rejected that view utterly and completely. Further, the many lies committed by LEO in police reports, planting of evidence, and murdering innocent citizens without accountability.

    Now, all that being said, after first review of the first video, I would have given benefit of the doubt to the officer (I could not see the hand holding the officer to the car by the civilian). However, after frame by frame review, I do not see the civilian hold the officers hands or any part of his body that would place an officer in fear of their life. The citizen was not following the law (lawful stop, would not provide id as per contract agreement for driven a car on state/federal roads), however, this does not allow for fear of their life. Neither, as some have suggested, “we don’t know who he was”, or “he could have just killed….”, or “he could have stolen the car” – Still does not provide for death by an officer because YOU DON’T KNOW.

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  • [1] July 30, 2015 at 4:16pm


    This is how a free people react to a preceived wrong, by telling their friends. If others agree that the person was wronged in some way, then the use their own method; i.e., not buy their products, tell other people, etc.. Market driven, not government controlled. It’s why I don’t buy G.E. products (closing their factories in the U.S. and sending them to China), or the many other companies (McDonalds) that I, and my family, will not do buisness with. Our choice. Don’t care what you believe, it’s what I believe.

  • [1] July 30, 2015 at 4:09pm


    You are correct in saying that 7/11 has full rights, under the Constitution to prevent the sale based on whatever reason they choose. Just like the Christian Baker. It is the persons right not to sell their labor under force by the state or anyone else. To do otherwise is forced slavery.

  • [7] July 29, 2015 at 5:03pm

    Keep pushing… History will repeat itself as it’s don’t many times before.

    It’s easy to grow old, but it’s difficult to grow up.

  • [2] July 29, 2015 at 12:56pm

    Never will happen, as too many hackers are employed and used by NSA.

  • [1] July 29, 2015 at 12:45pm

    So was Obama

  • [36] July 29, 2015 at 12:40pm


    Although I would normally agree with you, in this specific case, I do think that a psychiatrist that promotes suicide, even in jest, should not be around vets who are working through all manner of problems.

  • July 29, 2015 at 12:26pm

    So, what do you think should be done with mass murders?

  • [14] July 29, 2015 at 12:25pm

    So do men. It takes 2. The male is equally responsible and accountable for a child. What we have today is backwards and wrong.

  • [2] July 29, 2015 at 12:21pm

    I stopped watching TV 7 years ago. When ever I see it now, I see the manipulation of the masses.

    I read the news, not what and how someone tells me to think, but review the information and make up my own mind.

  • [2] July 29, 2015 at 9:54am

    Answer me this, to what REAL benifit is there for bank existance, knowing what the central banks have done to this country?

    Our founders, and many leaders after them, prevented the banks from doing what they are doing now, time and time again. “For the love of money”

  • [8] July 29, 2015 at 9:51am

    PP is not what they claim. That is truth. Further, PP promotes killing of people. That is truth. The question I would have is this, why promote an act that will destroy a life? What benifit is there to killing? Did this unborn child kill someone, or destroy a life? Did this unborn child place such undo hardship that prevented the community from existing? To what manner of sin or harm did this child commit that deserved death?

    In reply to the contribution Planned Parenthood Can't Abort the Truth

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  • [14] July 28, 2015 at 6:31pm

    If history is any lesson, he will be promoted and this will be pushed under the rug. The most that will happen is he will quit the force, then be hired again in a month or 2.

  • [41] July 28, 2015 at 3:59pm

    Re: “Why do people that don’t like kids end up in jobs where they are with kids all day long?”
    Because they couldn’t get into politics.

  • [2] July 28, 2015 at 1:36pm

    I’ve known for years that the anti-virus companies create virus’s all the time. The trick is to use less known os (linux), with good browsers and firewalls. In the 5+ years of using linux, I’ve never had a virus.

  • [100] July 28, 2015 at 12:34pm


    Further, one only needs to look at Jesus Christ own words. The way this guy talks, there’s no such thing as the unforgivable sin.

    Reminds me of the statement “if you are basically a good person you will get into heaven”. Yet Jesus said that wide is the path to destruction and narrow is the gate to salvation.

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