I would not call the comment sarcastic since it most likely was the truth.
 April 18, 2015 at 8:41pm
Sounds an awful lot like he’s talking about cops since all the items he listed are alternatives when used in pursuit. Then he adds about “calling off chases.”
Good luck with your campaign there buddy… I actually like my cops to have guns, and don’t think they are the “wrong hands.”
The Military has many of these "less than lethal weapons" such as the sound system as well as a device that projects heat at distance (not sure if it was microwave based).
Considering the Rules of Engagement and Escalation of Force courtesies we extended in Iraq and Afghanistan (when I say "we", I do not use the collective "we", I mean I and my Soldier) to people who were not part of a State Militia (I would therefore not refer to them as "Soldiers" and I cannot post the term we used for them), who had not signed the Geneva or Hague Conventions nor a Repatriation Agreement for the exchange of POW's upon cessation of hostilities (hard to exchange with people who behead the ones they detain)...we end up fighting for 13 years instead of six months. Go to win or don't go.
I get on my Kindle and hit Drudge hoping for the same .. then so far sadly I get dressed and go on with my day.
Neither Obama nor Clinton are my source of light, and I certainly do not allow them to adjust any dimmer switches.
 April 17, 2015 at 12:46pm
Wait…. I thought the near ONE TRILLION DOLLAR stimulus package was about fixing up all the roads and bridges… Shovel ready, remember? So, they are not fixed? Why?
We gave you the money once, don’t ask for us to pay you again!
 April 17, 2015 at 11:38am
Politicians know that 2A is there so that they can be removed from office in a horizontal fashion if need be. They don’t like that “checks” part of the checks and balances, especially if that check is painful.
One ounce of lead, strategically located at high velocity. Elections have consequences. Period!!
It must be tiring to constantly imply a person's murder.
 April 17, 2015 at 11:26am
“from head to toe because it is part of their religious beliefs”
Is that it? Or is it that they believe that beauty is a sin because it makes their men horney? Seems the sin is in the eye of the beholder, so to speak.
Well that does fit in with all the women that complain when men look at them when they are wearing bikinis, mini-skirts, or see-thru tops.
Actually many times young boys are used for sexual needs and women are used only for procreation.
The Islamic influence in our public schools can be traced directly back to Obama's friend Billy Ayers. Seems the Kingdom gave Billy & friends $45 million (just for starters) to incorporate muslim tenents into our "Common Core" fiasco. The project started in the Chicago Annenberg Foundation and has morphed into a project to link American classrooms to madrassas in the middle east.
This is the answer to the question: "Why are my children learning the 5 pillars of Islam & Spanish but not the 10 Commandments?"
The Muslim Brotherhood calls it "stealth jihad." Dey sneaky!
An Israeli blogger named Adina Kutnicky addresses these issues best..Look her up.
 April 17, 2015 at 11:22am
Funny, never heard of a school having a “wear you crucifix to school” day. I must have missed that in the papers.
my favorite movie..A New Hope …first theater experience….2nd favorite…The Shining
I had a shirt in the late 70's that read,
I don't get mad, I get even.
Looks like George had the same shirt.
A true liberal should fill the housing with illegals and ex-cons instead of public servants.
It's drought-stricken, Gov't control of water will be the "force" of its demise.
This is terrific. I hope they bring kids. Snotty liberals hate kids of working families.
Could you image a cops kid hooking up with a kid from one of these snobs.
Way to go george !!
Hmmm Fuc& you I will go and make my OWN community.
MmmMmmmmm WTF a hardcore leftist pushing something Ayn Rand would applaud.
Wut?! No Wookies or Ewoks wanted to live there?
Application to buy a house. I smell HOA. Regular working folks might want to think twice before buying or they'll get fined because their children build a fort in the yard. Living under a HOA in California would be cruel and inhuman.
A true member of the Liberal Elite would use his money (expecting to receive a total tax right off) to get the gooberment to pay for all of the cost of construction and purchase his land at a healthy profit. I wonder what George did to p!$$ of the Obama's and Clinton's and lose his Elite status.
Has anybody done a "sustainability" study to see if the land and resources can handle the added pressure caused by increasing the population in that area? That's how we did it back in the 70's.
John, long-term he is actually harming the community. It will cost dearly in the near future. Where does public housing, now called affordable housing, increase property value? Then, ask why. Modern liberalism is reverse evolution.
 April 16, 2015 at 10:59pm
Ummm… While I stand with a baker or photographer who refuses to do a gay wedding because they are then involved in the ceremony and it is against their beliefs, I can’t agree with general rejection of customers. It is a simple financial transaction, repair work for money. I feel bad for this guy because he just became a lightning rod.
By the same token, death threats? That is even more wrong! The Left needs to chill out, and this guy needs to take a breath and pray on it.
It will be interesting to see what happens. I wonder if him just saying he will do that is enough to cause trouble, or does he actually have to reject someone first before it becomes an issue.
My sentiments exactly.
If this guy was a car customizer and was asked to do a car with a gay wedding theme, then I'd support his right to refuse. A general rejection is not only wrong, but it also bolsters the argument of the left. He's doing exactly what the left said the RFRA laws would allow.
This guy's pastor needs to take him aside and have a little chat with him, I think.
He did say "openly gay" what that is is not totally clear. If he means some of the more outlandish disruptive behavior that one sees at a gay pride parade then that is acceptable. I don't think he is talking about someone who comes in and asks for some work without making an announcement that he's gay for the sole purpose of creating a problem.
I have to agree with John. It is one thing to refuse to take part in a ceremony of consecration, and quite another to sit in judgement of the sin of another person. "Judge not, lest you be judged."
As Christians, we sometimes forget that it is not our place to condemn others. Our duty, according to Christ, is to love one another. We do not have to condone, or participate in sinful behavior, but neither do we get to judge.
Oh, it's so OBVIOUS what is going to happen! Some gay guy will go in there with his boyfriend and give him a kiss which will result in a refusal of service. Then the gay guy will sue for being discriminated against even though he has a lot of options where to get his vehicle repaired. Then the business owner will be forced, against his religious beliefs, to provide service to what his belief is considered amoral. If he doesn't, he will be forced to close his business, or at minimum be heavily fined. That's the way gay activists work, and that's what will happen.
My sentiments exactly. While I respect his right to refuse service to anyone in his business even if the law won't, I can't agree with it. If they wanted him to participate in or help put together a gay wedding or other religiously conflicting event or act, then I'd be all for his decision. But Jesus never told us to turn away sinners, or to refuse to help them. But we are to be a separate people and are to try to set ourselves apart from sin as much as possible. Which would mean that participating in something we view as sin would be the same as spitting on the One who died for our sake, however helping them in other matters is extending His love to them which is our commission on Earth to fulfill. This guy needs to read his Bible.
Well, if you're stupid enough to tell the world you're going to discriminate, he really had it coming
April 16, 2015 at 7:57pm
Left or Right, his point is that all the money makes it hard to hear all the voices. The people that know how to “work it” take in the money, get the air time, and if elected are indebted to those who paid the way. I would rather see a lot less money be spent and to actually hear from everyone that wants to run.
Killery is set to raise $2.5b for 2016, and I am sure the R’s will be right up there as well. That money does not come without strings.
 April 15, 2015 at 3:08pm
They don’t bother with that dangerous crossing stuff anymore, Obama now pays to fly them in!
Current code is 76,000 pages and counting. Throw it in the dumpster! Flat rate income stream taxes could bring that code down to less than 100 pages. Yes, there would have to be -some- paperwork so that people don’t get taxed twice (like on retirement), but the current system has now been weaponized.
Less than 100 pages? Why not a single page?
Line 1: How much did you make?
Line 2: Multiply Line 1 x 15% and fill out a damn check made payable to the scumbags that claim to represent us.
 April 15, 2015 at 2:12pm
With Clinton expected to rake in 2.5 billion in campaign donations, I think this guy has it right. If the “R”‘s try to match that, that’s 5 billion dollars wasted on crap that goes into the dumpster on November 6th. Yanking that pot of gold from both parties is the only way we will get to hear people outside of the D’s and R’s in any election.
Even if it was reformed the rats would find another angle to get to the cheese. It's just like welfare reform in that there's always someone eager to game the system. Do you think politicians will lift a finger to reduce their power and control? No, it's never going to happen.
 April 15, 2015 at 1:11pm
Sell the system to Israel! They can use it to deplete the Russian SAMS before launching an actual attack on the Iranian Nuke factories.