User Profile: glckgrl

glckgrl

Member Since: January 20, 2012

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  • July 30, 2014 at 8:37pm

    With the exception of Michele Bachman; she’s smart and a winner; we need her here.

  • [4] July 30, 2014 at 8:22pm

    look at the judge’s instruction to the juror’s. Despite the fact that TRUTH is the ultimate defense to a defamation lawsuit and that eleven Seals testified Kyle hit JV, the judge told the jurors they were NOT to determine whether Chris Kyle punched JV, just whether JV was damaged by his comment.

    Had the juror’s believed JV, they’d have given what his attorney requested–$6-15 million, leaving the Kyle family penniless.

    Only a vile man would want children of a murdered veteran to suffer further in poverty. JV is acting like a dirtbag, plain and simple. There, I said it!

  • [19] July 30, 2014 at 11:36am

    typical alinsky strategy–call em names to rile them up when logic and honesty elude ya.

  • [90] July 30, 2014 at 11:35am

    hope you’re right.

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  • [18] July 30, 2014 at 11:34am

    a mean person who hates freedom and liberty who is just as ugly as she is, inside and out.

  • [16] July 30, 2014 at 11:33am

    The House and Senate should immediately pass legislation that states any govt employee who takes the 5th immediately loses their retirement benefits and also that govt employees relinquish privacy concerns of personal computers, email, phone, handhelds and other technology when events regarding citizens warrants further investigation. But they won’t. Nor will they require EVERYONE who testifies before them to be under oath. This is not rocket science… but we’re either part of the problem or part of the solution.

  • [3] July 30, 2014 at 9:36am

    That’s not my understanding. The jury was instructed to decide whether or not JV was injured by Kyle’s publication. Period. Truth is a defense to a defamation case. Period. Eleven seals testified it happened. Period. Truth was left out of the jury instructions. Period. I doubt the jury disbelieved 11 seals; the jury instructions did not allow them to consider it, which is error because finding truth in the alleged defamation is precisely the way you win a defamation case. JV’s lawyer asked for $5-15 million from a $6million sales; they wanted to bankruptcy the Kyle widow and children and bought the verdict by faulty jury instructions. Period!

  • [4] July 30, 2014 at 9:27am

    No, it just shows the jury instructions did not include an analysis of whether the incident happened,depsite much testimonial evidence that it did. Truth is a defense of defamation, yet that critical element was left out of the jury instructions. Judges oversee jury instructions… hmm, in the same state where Ventura was governor… I wonder if he appointed the judge. Jury was only instructed to determine if JV was harmed by the publication,not if it was true, which is a defense that dissolves defamation. It ain’t defamation if it is true; it’s truth. See where the bought justice–this happens all the time where verdicts don’t make sense–faulty jury instructions. It stinks but I’ve seen it happen when I practiced law too; that’s one reason why lawyers are called liars.

  • [1] July 30, 2014 at 9:23am

    This is how liars “buy” justice-choose the venue where you served as governor and are well liked. Then get in jury instructions that do not include whether there was a punch by Kyle, even though TRUTH is a defense to defamation and eleven seals testified it happened. I’m flabbergasted! Ventura bought this verdict with jury instructions were just to decide whether or not Ventura was harmed. Why no consideration of truth as is needed in defamation analysis? Why no change of venue request? If the judge wrote the jury instructions, we know why Ventura chose the state he lived, not the place where the punch was thrown. Ladies and gents, this IS the way justice is bought in Amerika.

  • July 25, 2014 at 10:21am

    Hope this man’s lawyers also file a claim with the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, a state-created “law enforcement agency”. Iowa Code 216. http://www.iowa.gov/government/crc/file_complaint/areas.html The SOL (statute of limitations) is appx 300 days (longer than EEOC, but these get processed quickly -and usually fairly– in IA. It’s less cumbersome and far less expensive–he can do it himself, but of course he’ll want his lawyer to help him plead properly.) The law, as it relates to employment, states “…it shall be an unfair or discriminatory practice” to “…discharge any employee, or to otherwise discriminate in employment against any applicant for employment or any employee because of the age, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion or disability of such applicant or employee, unless based upon the nature of the occupation.” Employer knew and condoned his blog and his religious views, long before The gay-baiter complained. Employer cannot discharge/punish speech of known religious views outside of work, as this conduct outside of work (a blog) was previously known to employer and CONDONED. Better to get a quick result here than to wait years for EEOC to give him his “right to sue” letter.

  • July 25, 2014 at 9:19am

    I knew a lesbian couple and a gay couple in military back in the 80′s who did this, each married opposite sex and then they each had an apartment and a partner, though not their lawfully wedded partner., This “trick” isn’t new, nor new knowledge within the military community. I’m actually surprised (but glad) this particular brand of fraud has been reported–because it’s on the same level as the gal who pretends to be single for the free rent, foodstamps, etc, but her lover lives free at “their” Section 8 apartment, against regulations because his salary should have been included, making them ineligible for (some or all of) that subsidy. Let’s hope this gets prosecuted too, but it’s so rampant that social workers, who want to keep their jobs AND their client base, often turn a blind eye. I left my former profession because these types of dishonesty irritated me every single day and no salary is worth compromising my serenity and thus, connection with God. It’s easier to love thy neighbor when one isn’t perpetually irritated by liars who had a better standard of living than honest, hardworking and taxpaying Americans.

    As for the WH, please tell me we’re not paying for BO’s dog’s groomer’s and walkers… surely the prez can pay for THAT himself. It’s bad enough those 2 full time WH caligraphers make so much; Time to trim the fat, just like we the people do…

  • [4] July 25, 2014 at 4:00am

    or his next fundraiser

  • July 25, 2014 at 3:58am

    Absolutely–he cares about himself, his delusions, his power hitter, his bong, getting wasted, posting selfies at the funeral of Nelson Mandela, manipulating the media to silence, pardoning fellow thugs, golf, pool, smoking wacky weed, wearing mom jeans while he rings the bell on his banana seat bicyle, and last, but not least, Bathouse Barry adores the Creepy Ballerina Rahm Emmanuel.

  • July 25, 2014 at 3:54am

    perhaps they have to keep fueling up in CO so the Stoner in Chief can smoke a doobie

  • July 25, 2014 at 3:52am

    Everything you said is SPOT On, thanks… except that we the people probably paid for his Nantucket vacation, just like the family and friends of many generations African Safari our taxes paid for.

    Meanwhile, i have an disabled vet nephew whose family is crumbing and starving and still waiting for the first payment of his 95% service conneted disability, and the Marine jailed in Mexico gets ignored by POTUS, who did manage to trade Deserter Boy for Known Terrorist Killers…. what a nightmare.

  • July 25, 2014 at 3:45am

    Your logic and analysis is spot on. The Bathhouse Aberration….

  • [2] July 25, 2014 at 3:41am

    King Turd on **** Island—Our Commander in Grief who never salutes. Because a King only dictates. ugh!@

  • July 25, 2014 at 3:36am

    That’s vicious; well, men age well and those broads will probably have wide loads, long stretched boobs to their knees, and a mean temperament when they run out of cupcakes. It takes a lot of courage for some men to approach a woman, so there’s no reason not to treat every man with a kind heart. Monster is appropos.

  • July 25, 2014 at 3:31am

    Handing a card to a stranger intent who’s unbalanced could be dangerous. Ask any peace officer; they’ll suggest avoiding the threat. Even if trying to be “kind” with “card education”—potentially dangerous.

    Just because i walked through the combat zone without fear at 2am in my 20′s doesn’t mean i haven’t smartened up now… Safety first: not card enlightenment.

  • July 25, 2014 at 3:26am

    True. Did ya ever notice more conservative women are happily married, generally speaking, than militant man-hating outspoken leftiest militant feminazi’s?

    Proof: Sarah Palin, Michelle Malkin, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Megyn kelly, Michelle Bachman-married conservatives (pretty too) NICE Gals.

    More Proof: Senator Squaw (“dog-face” Warren), Stretch-crazy Pelosi, Debbie “poodle” Wasserman-Schulz… do you see the kennel Konnection? LMAO.

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