User Profile: chingachgook

chingachgook

Member Since: July 30, 2011

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  • January 28, 2015 at 11:02pm

    27 years old and squeezing through the small window wow I am thinking a little meth here. O yes I know a lot of folks can bring the cuffs under their but and get them to the front. Ya need a little help from meth to be skinny enough to wiggle through those windows.

  • January 28, 2015 at 10:52pm

    California is all about control. Unless like tcpubelle says it is pot. Drugs ok, illegal aliens ok e-cig badddddddd. Wow but isn’t that what we expect from the left coast.

  • January 28, 2015 at 10:49pm

    Would anyone expect anything else different. ????????????

  • [13] January 28, 2015 at 10:42pm

    Another Holder clone. She is another Marxist who wants to bring down the nation. It is truly a scary time for the nation. I think this is a puppet government run but progressive Marxists in the background Valerie Jarrett comes to mind. I truly believe our biggest problem is the fact that the vast majority of the people just do not believe “It can happen here”. They have to understand that other Nations have been destroyed from within. It can happen here and more people have to realize it.

  • [11] January 28, 2015 at 10:28pm

    I am not tea party or any party but I know that there is impeachment when necessary. The thing that Clinton taught us is you better have your ducks in order to do it. I personally think that Clinton should have been thrown out of office for High Crimes and Misdemeanors. That being said this guy should be impeached the only thing is we need the witnesses to fold. Some people have to be charged with crimes to get them to tell the truth and he is impeachable. It should not be off the table. It should be done right. I hope that obama has not hurt the country beyond repair.

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  • January 28, 2015 at 10:08pm

    I have experienced situations where I was confronted by an armed officer who did not know who or what I was. I did not shoot them and would have been wrong to do so. You do not shoot someone in uniform, just because they draw a gun. They are not right to shoot you either but can certainly cover you till they see that you are not a threat. In this case no one got real excited as they appear to know who this guy is. I just would not do what he or others like him do. I think that they hurt the cause. I would posit that if you shot an officer for drawing a pistol on you when you were open carrying you would have a big legal problem.

  • January 28, 2015 at 9:57pm

    at RetiredUSMC are you actually trying to insult me? Give me a break. you impress no one with that attitude. Any officer faced with a guy wearing what appears to be a bulletproof vest (on closer look it is not) and carrying an AR15 or any other semi auto rifle, has every right in the world to take such action that he deems necessary for his own protection. I don’t know about the rest of you but I have had police draw down on me until they ascertained that I was not a threat to them. You all know this is a provocative action to elicit a reaction from the police. Believe me they have better things to do than to play this foolish game. And those of us who believe an armed citizen is a free citizen have better ways of educating the anti-gun group. Most of what they think is base on ignorance. If you think that this is so cool next time you are stopped for speeding, blowing a red light, stop sign, or some other minor violation, just jump out flailing your arms and screaming at the cop. Tell him it is your right. You do not have to be civil to anyone. See how that goes for you. Just a little common sense, goes a long way.
    Show others that people are not gun nuts just for owning a firearms.

  • January 28, 2015 at 9:34pm

    @Usefulidiotsneednoproof I have a weekend project for you. This saturday call your local post office and let them know that you are going to exercise your second amendment right by bringing a gun into the post office. Then go down there and show them you mean business by open carrying into the post office. Then let us know how that works for you. Just a suggestion.

  • [6] January 28, 2015 at 7:54pm

    Ventura is a goon. Even if he did not get knocked down by Cyle why sue? Just for the money. He got no points from me that is for sure. I was pretty much neutral on Ventura but now a definite negative. The guys fighting in the sandbox have a tough job and this administration makes it tougher. They do not need any Negative comments from Ventura. I have a feeling there has been more than one punch thrown in the bar in question over the years.

  • [2] January 28, 2015 at 7:16pm

    The thing is if you see some with a gun in a venue that you would expect it, that is fine. Example someone walking in the woods, walking with gun to a gun show or gun store. When you do anything out of the ordinary or expected it is going to attract attention. When this action involves a weapon it is going to make some people tense. I really do not know what they are trying to prove with this action. It is obvious that there is no law prohibiting open carry in this police station. After an action like this they very well may pass a law banning open carry in Police stations. It is my belief that most people have a negative reaction to this. It does nothing to educate those people who do not own guns. It does make some think that people like this are doing something strange and they are doing it with a gun. Does anyone not think that that will make people nervous? People who own and use guns should want to educate not shock.

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  • [-3] January 28, 2015 at 6:56pm

    yes it only requires passing an ordinance. They certainly would be with in their rights to prohibit open carry in the PD Station. This guy should try that at the local post office.

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  • [12] January 28, 2015 at 6:54pm

    This guy is looking for attention and causing a confrontation. The police have been attacked in a number of locations. It is not the time for this kind of foolishness. One more time just because you can do something does not mean you should. I am not going to go through the myriad of things that prove this concept but I think that this is inappropriate. Looks like the PD knew him and his game. If I was a cop and you approached me in this manner I would be inclined to at least draw down on you. I would have that right to keep you in my sights. Should I?

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  • [2] January 28, 2015 at 2:24pm

    I am not a mechanic, but what I do not understand is why you can not take all the computer garbage off the car using the motor with some modification to run as they used to. I know the question sounds even to myself to be simplistic, but I would thinks that some enterprising folks could do something like that with internal combustion engines. I think before we are hit with and EMP the middle east will have started the Nuclear war. I hope that is not where we are headed but between the Fabians and Islamists I that that is what we have to look forward to. They both think that by destroying most of the world they can rebuild their own utopian world . O yea I meant that once the nuclear war is started over there, we might just get a hint of what is to come next. Not a lot of time but some “hopefully”.

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  • [7] January 28, 2015 at 1:30pm

    The most important thing at this time in the history of our nation is honesty and integrity in our leadership. We are looking at what our intellectually finest are giving us. How about some plain intelligent folks to lead. Truth is simple to speak and see. Lies are more difficult to defend thus you have double speak and obfuscation. Rarely do we get simple clear cut answers from our politicians. I like Palin and we would be far safer, and infinitely better off economically, with someone like her in the white house. You will never see a solid conservative accurately portrayed in the press. So she rambled in a free flowing speech, listen to what she was saying, that is the important thing. Not every analogy or metaphor is going to be perfect every time, especially when speaking extemporaneously. I care what someone believes and does, not how flowery they express lies.

  • January 28, 2015 at 12:51pm

    She is correct in everything she said. I still like O’Reilly. It is my view that he plays a game in order to get some left wing guest on his show. I think he plays to the center inorder (in his mind) be more relevant. The conservatives have a proclivity to attack each other and then not back each other in the elections. If you look at the elections in NH and Ma you see that since the conservatives were split the progressives won. At some point one has to say for example that Senator Brown would be better than say Senator Warren. The bottom line is we have to take control of our education system to stop the brainwashing going on now. When I went to school (high school at least) it was subtil. Now it is outrageous. We must let the country know the threats that want to bring us down. The liberal schools are teaching the opposite.

  • January 28, 2015 at 9:36am

    The dress looks very conservative to me. That being said, I must say if it does not conform to the dress code, she has no argument. Now if for some reason she was being unfairly singled out than that is another issue. In the end rules should be rules. That is a big problem now the relativism that exists in the country today. There are no solid rules there is alway a way around a rule for some.

  • January 27, 2015 at 3:43pm

    you can not be charged for something that is not a prohibited item. just because one person does not understand the rules does not make you wrong for following the rules. They are not ammo and should not be treated as such. You have no requirement to tell anyone about a non prohibited item. Sometimes by trying to be too cautious you open a can of worms that causes more problems than just “keeping your mouth shut”. I would have called TSA the previous day and ask how to handle the items. With the TSA agent’s name I would then tell the counter person who I checked with and advised them to call a TSA inspector.
    (When asked if a shell casing-turned-pen is OK to bring on a plane, TSA spokesperson Ross Feinstein told TheBlaze, “That is correct. The only restriction is on live ammunition, which can be transported in checked luggage, but must be packed properly.”)
    In order to charge someone with a crime they have to have actually violated said law. No violation here. If they saw them in your luggage you may have to open your bag to show that they are not ammo but still no violation.

  • [15] January 27, 2015 at 3:29pm

    Rubin is another Marxist. They are well practiced in double Speak. They will not willingly give up anything. They will get no where until they start bringing charges of some sort against these pusillanimous Marxists. If the shoe was on the other foot there would be no hesitation. I am assuming that the committee is receiving inside information had has the information that they know is there. It is just getting to the right person. This guy was terrified of perjury charges thus the double speak. Keep him talking and he will commit perjury at some point. just my opinion.

  • [1] January 27, 2015 at 2:46pm

    Traveling with a gun or ammo or anything resembling them or any other thing construed to be a weapon can be a problem. If it is anything that the desk people have not seen before they are going to be stymied. This has not change for a long time. There is no why to know what to expect until you get to the gate. It seems that in this case it would have been better to keep your mouth shut. You just never know.

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  • January 27, 2015 at 2:36pm

    @conservativerebel You got it. I was wondering who else understood what the Kurds were all about. No good guys over their just black and gray.

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