User Profile: DaddyDave

DaddyDave

Member Since: November 07, 2010

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  • September 11, 2013 at 8:11pm

    Notice when her story shifted….

    AFTER she realized there was a girl in GZs car. She was on the phone with 911 when she realized that, then for some unknown reason she started covering the phone so 911 couldn’t hear what she was saying. Could it be that she thought the girl in the car witnessed of filmed the entire incident?

    I’ll withold judgement until I see the IPAD video but her accusations not fitting the evidence, and NOT prosecuting after the emphatic please for the police all seem too fishy.

    But if your a GZ hater, all alegations aginst him must be true, facts be darned.

  • September 11, 2013 at 7:43pm

    I’ll hold final judgment until I see whats on the video.

    Evidence I have seen/heard so far:
    -She was saying he had his hand on a gun,
    -She said GZ hit her father, and he needs an ambulance etc,
    -When she finds out there is a girl in GZs truck who probably witnessed (or possibly filmed?) the whole thing, suddenly she doesn’t talk much to 911 operator, and doesn’t file charges, and father doesn’t require medical attention, no gun found???

    Who/how/why the IPad was destroyed would be nice to know, and perhaps the video will show GZ did every thing his wife claimed, but until then, I have suspicions about her account of events.

    I’ve been thru a divorce and was GLAD I had film running during exchanges of property etc. Like when she spotted the camera filming everything up in the corner of the garage, her whole attitude changed. A raging lunatic became instantly calm, but then again her meds might have kicked in. And when I had date stamped photos of items I owned YEARs before I met her and she was claiming were somehow now hers….Photos are great when you photo and video all your property about 2 years prior to even meeting the spouse before a hurricane at an old house prior to marriage. Keep the old tapes and photos with date stamps in a bank box, never know when they will come in handy.

    If GZ was destroying those type of records, I’ll think far less of him. But as of now I’ll take the courts view of her truthfulness,until she pro

  • July 17, 2013 at 7:41pm

    So according to a Reauters article this morning, Trayvon who had CHILD PORN on his phone (yes that is what nude images of underage girls is called), yet Zimmerman is the potential “pervert” or “rapist”?

    I have heard of 2 cases locally where just having naked images of underage girls has landed 2 young men in jail, and also there are girls who sent those types of photos get charged of “child porn” for sending photos of themselves. And Parents of those children who receive and send those images also face prosecution, because they own the devices which contain the CHILD PORN.

    So why WHY have we not heard ANYTHING about prosecutions for the “Perverted” CHILD PORN ring Trayvon was involved with? Don’t we have or want Equal justice for all in this country? Aren’t the over eager prosecutors willing to take on this horrible crime that hurts minors? They have something called EVIDENCE in this case.

  • July 15, 2013 at 7:08pm

    I’m sure she will wear something. But speaking of that, who were the “Naked underage girls” Travon had photos of on his cell phone?

    I have heard of both prosecutions and convictions of the underage girls who SEND naked photos of themselves? Have the over eager prosecutors filed charges on the girls they somehow knew enough about to say they were underage? At least here they have clear EVIDENCE for a prosecution and CONVICTION. And if it crossed state lines, perhaps the Feds who want to get involved here somehow will have an entry point into it.

    On a side note I’ve seen studies that say pornography can lead to violence, just a coincidence I’m sure.

  • May 23, 2013 at 1:24pm

    For all those in the area, lets pray God doesn’t try and pick up the spare.

  • April 25, 2013 at 7:31pm

    It was TRAGIC it happened, no one deserves to die like that. Personally, I think she was a pretty lady from her photos, and I can’t imagine the pain of what the husband must be feeling.

    I disagree with them politically not as fellow humans, and point out the murderers self defined ideology, but she was a victim, not a criminal getting just due.

    And I do think there is something wrong with the democrats in NC. Remember in 2006, the 3rd vice chair of the democrat party in Durham NC was involved in SATANISM, and helped KIDNAP and RAPE a couple. And I remember when it came out, I mentioned it to my democrat “friends”, and they just laughed, thought I was joking, then LAUGHED AGAIN when I showed them the article.

    Satanism might help explain the views on abortion and late term abortions, perhaps they see it as a human sacrifice.

    The NC has the long legacy of democrat corruption like with Representative Black, its former female Ag commissioner, a few of its Govs….

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  • April 25, 2013 at 7:00pm

    They all worked or the same democrat fundraising company, but NO ONE deserves to be killed just because of their views. Thinking like that led to the Boston Bombings.

    I went to “Jon Broyhill” facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/jon.broyhill), and it has a photo proudly stating “I voted for Democrats”.

    Why aren’t we putting the images of facebook up like we did for that other killer from the Boston Bomber? I bet MSNBC wont show that image :)

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  • April 25, 2013 at 9:51am

    Personally, if I knew there was a supposedly armed terrorist in my neighborhood, heard the explosions and shootouts, etc. I wouldn’t mind allowing the police to search my property for the suspect if they ASKED. If they forced me to comply however, that would be a different situation. Or if they removed anything of mine from my property during said “search for suspect”, I would also have an issue.

    On their behalf they had been fired at, so as far as they knew he was still armed.

  • April 24, 2013 at 1:48pm

    Not a big fan of this admin at all, but I can’t fault her for visiting everyone who was wounded and not a know perpetrator of the event.

    If the kid does turn out to be “in the wrong place at the wrong time” and really is innocent of this event, then the PR photo op they were doing would backfire with Saudi relationships if she didn’t get a photo with him.

    But the same can be said if it turns out he IS involved, well then its a good photo for the GOP in the 2014 elections. But…. the media would say the GOP was using the tragedy for political gain, and try and make it backfire for the GOP.

  • April 24, 2013 at 8:14am

    Sorry, I’m not the owner of that hash tag.

  • April 23, 2013 at 8:16pm

    Don’t forget, Glenn has STILL not apologized to the innocent members of the Hutaree. Even the judge said in the acquittal, that in 2 YEARS the FBI was infiltrated the group they only had only 2 passing comments about an idea to kill cops, and then attack a funeral, and there was NEVER any agreement on actually doing anything close to it.

    But any stupid/insane idea of the one hutaree leader David Stone, no matter how fleeting or passing it was said was enough for Glenn to jump on the bash ALL Hutaree members bandwagon.

    I’ve posted links several times for them to read the trial dismissal, and the FBI “Tapes” etc. They don’t care. It doesn’t fit Glenn’s “AGENDA”. To Glenn the “truth doesn’t seem to matter”.

    He makes more money and attention (his new drug of choice) by peddling his wares, by crying extremism everywhere.

    Hey Glenn, do the story and claim an “Exclusive” of how the government falsely accused these guys as scapegoats to justify their homeland security report about “Right wing extremism in America”.

    Perhaps that “exclusive” will sell a few more of your “BlazeTV memberships” to replace the ones you have lost from people like me who did as you requested and “did the homework” ourselves. And found out that there was a whole other “truth” to that Hutaree report than what you had, its called reality.

    And in your drunkenness of new found attention, you were willing to crush even the innocent members to boost your image. Once a

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  • April 22, 2013 at 5:54pm

    So at the very end he said the ATF was tracing the weapons. Did they belong to the MIT police officer they killed? Did they kill him just to arm themselves?

    It seems an easy feat for golden gloves boxer and a wrestler to disarm a single unsuspecting officer and kill him with one of his own weapons. Most police cars I’ve seen have a mounted shotgun. But the nighttime video I saw sounded more like rifle or pistol fire instead of shotgun.

  • April 22, 2013 at 3:39pm

    Imagine, 2 know terrorists who only possessed and used bombs. Now know the cats out of the bag, and people will probably recognize them from the TV photos. They now want to be able to protect themselves.

    Perhaps they don’t have a gun, but want one (or more). Where could they get one or more guns? Can’t apply for a license now….. Hmmmmm….

    Here comes along a single police officer (MIT police) alone. Perhaps the Golden gloves boxing champion and HS wrestler could easily overpower the officer before he even saw it coming, take his gun(s) and kill him. Presto, they are armed.

    But dang it, they forgot to get the gun permits first. Perhaps they didn’t get the permits because that would attract FBI interest, especially since the older had an assault on his record for beating his wife. Or he had FBI already question him due to Russia inquiry about potential terrorist ties……

  • April 22, 2013 at 1:20pm

    So lets get this straight;

    The 19 yo bomber was too young to get gun license in his state. (Ineligible for license)
    The Older one had been arrested for a violent crime in 2009 (beating his wife) (Should be Ineligible for license)

    Where did the guns come from? Were they stolen? Were they taken from the MIT police?

    I heard the police say the bombers had 2 pistols and one “long gun”. Were there any weapons remaining with the MIT police men, or were those the guns the bombers used? I know police usually have a primary weapon, possibly a backup piece, and usually have a shotgun locked in their cruiser. That could be the 3 weapons the brothers had for all we know.

    Just questions I wish the media would ask and tell the “we the people” the answers.

  • April 21, 2013 at 12:57pm

    Where are the photos from the FBI of “Suspect #1″ dropping his backpack in the first bomb blast area?

    I have seen the FBI photos of BOTH suspects standing at 2nd location, but they have never shown ANY photo of “Suspect 1″ or “Suspect 2″ being anywhere near the first bomb blast.

    The WaPost may not be wrong, or perhaps they are. I’ll withhold judgment until I see the FBIs evidence. But the Person in black with a white hat identified by the WaPost seems very similar to the person photographed in black running from the first bomb blast with the BACK of his pants burnt off, and without his backpack on, but with straps resembling those of a backpack from him.

    Seems a bit odd personally. Where are the photos of the “suspect 1 or suspect 2″ in the first bomb blast area?

  • April 20, 2013 at 3:59pm

    Rattlejake, that wasn’t really the point I wanted to make. ALL of the police I have known are very competent shooters, and good people. I have NEVER met a “Barney Fife”. I think most all officers are very good shots, and not prone to weak knees or overly shaky hands.

    My point is, that in the heat of a battle, with adrenaline pumping, you aim is not going to be as good as it is at a gun range shooting non-moving targets. The number of bullets you need in a gunfight is not dictated by your ability to hit a circle on a paper target, or hunting an animal who is not shooting back.

    But the government in NY (possibly more states later) is taking away ability to defend oneself by limiting the law abiding citizens magazine capacity to 7, where the criminal already has no interest in abiding by the laws, and now more incentive not to obey that law.

    From what I learned in conceal carry class, a large number of the gunfights go this way, many shots fired, missing their targets. And when the law abiding citizens 7 shots are gone, what happens next? Hmm?

  • April 20, 2013 at 7:47am

    So according to the police over 200 shots were exchanged in Thursday nights “shootout”. How many hit their targets in the night time shooting? There were done mainly by police right? Trained individuals.

    So the 7 round limit seems a little low to me.

    Then again last night with it was still light outside, with police rifles and trained individuals, count how many rounds were fired, and how many hit?

    7 round limit? Really?

  • April 16, 2013 at 6:09pm

    I forgot to say the key link to the Black Bloc, they were looking for a suspect who was wearing a black or dark clothing, tried to gain access to the command center of the race and was turned away, then he broke eye contact and put up his black hoodie. And they also defined him as being dark-skinned or black.

  • April 16, 2013 at 6:00pm

    Hey Obama,
    Look into your seditious Black Block of the occupy movement you have often supported verbally, as the potential terrorists here. They have already committed several seditious acts: They have held Federal lands by mob force, firebombed a US senators building, thrown rocks and malo-tav cocktails at police, blocked police investigations into rapes/kidnappings, fired shots at the Whitehouse, and other acts of “Conspiracy of sedition” defined by law as:

    18 U.S.C. § 2384
    If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof”

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  • April 16, 2013 at 5:07pm

    Glenn,

    You and your site sometimes has me so confused. You tell Muslims and patriot groups, “trust Americans”. But your site also shows the police harassing a father (also a soldier). You yourself said today it was “the act of the individual, not the collective” But you blame the “collective of the Hutaree” for the words of one.

    You tell us to “do the homework”, well with the Hutaree I did. READ CASE YOURSELF at: http://www.mied.uscourts.gov/cases/USAvStone/

    Dave Stone was idiotic, stupid, and vile. But you held the whole group rsponsible.

    Excerpts of the dismssal read:
    “It is telling that in an investigation that spanned nearly two years, there were only TWO BRIEF INSTANCES in which the alleged plan to kill a member of local law enforcement and attack the ensuing funeral procession was mentioned. Furthermore, the evidence of the necessary next step — a retreat to rally points from where the larger uprising would occur — is wholly lacking.”

    “The Government calls Joshua Stone a central figure in the seditious conspiracy. Evidence of this is woefully lacking. Much of the evidence against Josh Stone, like many of the Defendants, involves his mere presence at the scene while David Stone rants about going to war and killing police. His presence at the scene and association with the Hutaree do not make him guilty of joining any conspiracy, let alone a seditiousconspiracy. Nor does his failure to actively disagree transform him into a sedit