User Profile: Lordchamp

Lordchamp

Member Since: October 31, 2011

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  • December 4, 2014 at 7:22pm

    I doubt seriously the man went and asked the officer to arrest him so, yes, the officer did choose to confront him. Officers make those decisions every day. Which cars to stop for speeding and which not to, etc.

  • December 4, 2014 at 3:00pm

    The officer is responsible because he CHOSE to confront the guy. He could have done nothing but by making the CHOICE to confront he then takes responsibility for the outcome. You can bet if that were you or I we would be held accountable for OUR actions.

    This was a non-violent offense and the situation should not have escalated to the point that it did. It’s evident the cop lost control of the situation and felt the need to force his authority on the man. That is the biggest problem with LE today, it’s all about submission. when sometimes it would be better to just walk away as long as no one is being harmed.

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  • [1] December 4, 2014 at 2:47pm

    This bothers me on many levels.

    To begin with I’m a middle aged white male born and raised in the South.

    To say this is racist is ridiculous. Everything is not about race unless you CHOOSE to make it so.

    Next, I agree with Glenn, this cop should be charged with manslaughter. Why? Because he CHOSE to arrest this guy over selling cigarettes. CIGARETTES for goodness sake. Have we really stooped that low as to have to cost someone their life over selling cigarettes?

    When I was a kid I did some stupid things as most of us do. Some were “illegal” but not harmful. Police then, if they caught you, would warn/scare you, then chuckle about it when they left you. Knowing that you were not a criminal and didn’t truly mean any harm.

    Why could they not have just told this guy, look, you need to stop this or we’re going to have to take you in. It’s not like he was putting anyone’s life in danger. So how really were the police “protecting” the public in this instance?

    They weren’t and that is the main point of this case. It was all about power and causing the submission of this man and the rest of us.

    I was raised to respect police but that respect is gone, ZERO. I see too many breaking the same laws they expect me to obey.

    Then, of course, we have a pResident that gives us a good example to follow too. We can pick and choose which laws to follow just like he does.

    The protesters are right to protest they are just doing it for the wrong reasons. It’s not racism, it’s no rule of law.

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  • [7] October 26, 2014 at 2:44pm

    Folks, you’re missing the real point here.
    It’s NOT about HER! It’s about the process and how that process is carried out.
    Any quarantine is going to be uncomfortable for anyone having to endure it, that goes without saying. However, she made the choice to go into a danger zone so must now endure the consequences of her actions.
    That being said, HOW the quarantine is being used and applied is what really needs to be watched. There are already too many things, executive orders, etc, in place that will allow the very quick slide into medical martial law if we allow it.

    It is the nature of government to react in a way to protect itself and not it’s citizens.
    If protecting US was really the goal, travel would be restricted into America from infected areas and the southern border would be secured, that has not and most likely will not be done.
    So then what truly is government’s goal in this?
    THAT is what you should be focusing on. Who stands to gain in this? Certainly not We the People.

  • [2] October 26, 2014 at 2:24pm

    It takes a minimum of 48 hours to be properly tested.

    Two negative tests 48 hours apart supposedly means no infection, however, information seems to still be developing which is odd considering this (ebola) has been around for 30-40 years now.

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  • [3] October 26, 2014 at 2:14pm

    If a quarantine was coming from a trusted source, a government that had proven to had our best interests at heart, then it should be accepted.

    That is NOT the case, we can definitely proven and show beyond a shadow of doubt that ANYTHING government in America does in this day and age is for one reason only, to give them more power and control over the masses.

    Yes, it is one of the government’s enumerated powers to protect us through defense, however, they have proven to not take that responsibility seriously unless it benefits them. Therefore they have abdicated their position of responsibility and returned it to the ones that gave it to them in the first place, We the People.

    The ONLY things that will come out of this is more loss of freedom and liberty in the name of “keeping us safe”.

    To paraphrase Ben Franklin, if we give up our freedom and liberty for the sake of security, we don’t deserve either.

    This is nothing more than yet another way to ease us into the more and more restrictive police state. The goal is as it has always been, to disarm us and then totally control us, that is the nature of governments throughout human history, over and over and over again.

    We never learn until it is too late and the freedom is gone.

  • [3] September 25, 2014 at 9:31pm

    What if the shooter had been taught at an early age to pray first thing in the morning. That there was a reason to live and treat others as you wwant to be treated. To be loving and giving and helpful to others. What if he had been rasied in a Christian/religious Country where ALL human life is precious.

    What if he had moral and ethical leaders.

    What we’re doing now sure isn’t working and being a moral and ethical Country, according to our history, sure was working better than this.

    Oh and by the way, there is nothing in the Constitution that prohibits religion in any way in schools government, or elsewhere. Actually, it’s just the opposite. Read and study the founders own words, they are very clear.

  • [3] September 25, 2014 at 9:20pm

    Nope you totally missed the point.

    Yes, athesim is lack of belief in gods which humans have proven throughout history to need. Without such belief, they are left to their own devices which usually ends up very poorly.

    Looking at American history, you will see a definite decline in most things when we as a Country began moving away from being a Christian nation in the mid-1960′s. Up to that point, even if you were not a Christian, at least you knew what was right and wrong and could be considered a “good” person.

    Today, that is almost none existent because most have been taught to just “do their own thing” by public schools and others.

    How many people do you know personally or especially in business that you could trust with a handshake? I dare say very few. When I was growing up, a man’s word was golden and could be trusted, even strangers. The majority of people then at least considered themselves moral and ethical. There were standards and those standards were religious based.

    Why is that such a bad thing especially when you look at American today and see the results of the opposite side of that coin?

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  • [3] September 25, 2014 at 9:09pm

    More directly, itstead of atheism it’s the humanistic approach that is at the root of many of the things he touches on and more. When a people have no moral compass, be it Christianity or some other Judeo-Christian basis, humans revert back to their base which is mostly sel-centered and self-serving. Human life becomes cheap almos to the point of worthless. Abortion is a good indication of that in our current society.

    When life is cheap, it’s easy to kill, whether it is children, the aged, whoever, it matter not because what is important is ME and MY feelings.

    So when looking at human nature throughout history, what he says is ultimately true. Humans must have some form of moral compass or we are lost with no true sense of right and wrong. Just look in the mirror of America to see the results of that.

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  • [21] September 25, 2014 at 3:41pm

    Watch the other hand.

    This man has been protected since day one. It’s not going to stop now.

    He’s stepping down for a reason, at a time of their choosing. There is a definite reason behind it and it is not something like a judge’s ruling. They don’t care about that since they control the judges anyways.

    I do think the timing is something to be looked at. With everything that is currently going on here and around the world and with elections coming up that the dems are predicted to take a hit in, this timing is very, let’s say, curious.

    Watch your backs and expect anything because it’s probably coming.

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  • [1] September 18, 2014 at 4:01pm

    No, the ending is not determined just the path in many cases. We can still throw many wrenches into their schemes by refusing to participate and give our consent. They know in the long run they can’t force us into anything they must coerce and lie to get their way.

    All the more reason we all must be constantly on our guard and watching what is going on around us.

    The American experiment is not perfect but it is sure the best to come along in the history of the world. We must do everything we can, in any way we must, to return to what the Founders intended us to be. A true Constitutional Republic.

  • [4] September 18, 2014 at 3:22pm

    So what. Wear them anyways. They can’t arrest everyone. An unconstitutional law is no law at all, so no need to abide by it.

  • September 18, 2014 at 3:16pm

    Oops sorry meant that for @catsaturday.

  • [16] September 18, 2014 at 3:14pm

    @cavallo
    Need to stay away from that progressive history and read and study the real stuff.

    Certainly we fired on the union, they were an invading army so why would they get fired on?

    No one made lincoln send troops, HE made that decision against the Founding Documents. So who in reality, fired the first shot? Think about it instead of just repeating the lies of revisionist, progressive history.

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  • [101] September 18, 2014 at 2:34pm

    Everyone is intentionally not mentioning the biggest one in the world. The Free Southern States of America! No, we haven’t forgotten that we want our freedom and liberty from abusive and intrusive non-constitutional government even more today than we did in the 1860′s.

    If Scotland can do it why can’t we? Wanna vote on that? I sure do.

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  • [5] September 7, 2014 at 1:11pm

    @tothepoint

    I’m not so convinced of the narcissist in him any more. I think it is more just a pathetic, weak minded, idealog who is now being confronted with the real world outside of his previous unicorn infested utopia that was created for him as he grew up.

    He’s never had to be responsible to anyone for anything in his life. He’s never lived and worked in the real world. He’s always gotten by with being “present”. Present doesn’t cut it as the leader of the free world.

    Now when he is confronted by that realization, his reaction is to whine and complain and withdraw to where he feels safe. The golf course. Vacation. ANYWHERE but where he needs to be to do the job he’s is mentally and emotionally incapable of doing.

  • [3] September 7, 2014 at 1:01pm

    WE happened to us. We sat on our conservative a$$es and did nothing all for the sake of getting along and not rocking the boat. We have no one to blame but ourselves.

    Now we must endure the pain and suffering in one of two ways, either as a free people or as slaves of a police state.

    We still have those choices but now they will not come without pain and suffering.

  • [7] September 7, 2014 at 12:57pm

    So resign you pathetic, little excuse for a man. At least have the backbone to admit you are incapable of doing anything that comes out of your mouth and just walk away and fade into obscurity where you truly belong.

  • [2] August 27, 2014 at 9:18am

    Something is going on it seems. Charter was out in the Carolinas area in the last few days too. Could be coincidence I guess but worth keeping an eye on.

  • [1] August 25, 2014 at 7:28pm

    Work may have to wait eventually.

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