User Profile: P8riot

P8riot

Member Since: September 13, 2010

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  • July 28, 2016 at 8:08pm

    Where did my comment go???

  • [87] July 27, 2016 at 2:40am

    Trump didn’t just say raising the minimum wage wasn’t republican – far worse – he actually said:

    “I know it’s not very Republican to say, but you need to help people.”

    That is straight out of the democrat talking points against republicans!!

    I feel like I’m in the twighlight zone! How is this democrat our republican nominee? He was literally a registered democrat until a few short years ago.

    But I digress, it is what it is now. But every time I start to convince myself I MAY be able to vote for him for no other reason than a SCOTUS appointment, he goes and shows his slimy colors again.

    This presidential election cycle just sucks this year…

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  • [30] July 26, 2016 at 5:48pm

    This is what happens when the Country Music industry rejects legends like George Straight, Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, etc.

    Haven’t seen a cowboy hat at the CMA’s in a long time. Food-stamp using white-trashers have destroyed it. By the way, there is a big difference between a cowboy and these posers.

    Let’s make country music great again!

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  • [488] July 26, 2016 at 12:15pm

    Let’s just say it. The black community has a serious criminal behavior problem.

    I was recently sitting in a professional conference where it was stated that 1 in 3 black males have been incarcerated. The presenter said that this was evidence of the racism in America.

    I had to speak up and ask how she was able to make such a logical jump in an effort to connect the two. I stated that if 1 in 3 black men are being incarcerated – all that shows us is that there are way too many black men committing crimes – nothing else. She of course stated that other statistics show that it’s caused by racism, but could not cite to any specific statistic.

    Of course, most of the people looked at me as if I was a leper for daring to not go along with the liberal nonsense.

    I truly believe that racism is essentially dead in America. Of course there are small pockets of obscure people out there that still hold racist beliefs, but they are far and few between and are in reality relegated to the shadows by the rest of us who abhor racism.

    Again – the black community has a serious crime problem – as demonstrated by these two black youths (which are regular kids – not ‘panhandlers’). The fact that so many black men are committing crimes is a direct result of the black culture which glorifies violence and depravity (music, movies, etc.) – it is NOT a result of the color of their skin.

    Time for people to take personal responsibility for their actions and stop blaming it on outside influences.

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  • July 21, 2016 at 1:03pm

    This story needs to be updated in light of these children speaking at the Convention this week!

    In reply to the contribution Donald Trump's Kids Donate to Democrats

  • [4] July 19, 2016 at 11:13pm

    Okay, okay, that’s enough coolaid for you two sovereign citizens. Put the Alex Jones cup down and take a breath.

    Sovereign citizens understand the law and the Constitution less than anyone around. Complete lunacy.

    I’ve dealt with plenty of you nuts saying you’re a “living being” and wouldn’t speak to me because I had “esq” behind my name and therefore I’m no longer a living being. You think you must sign a contract to be subject to the laws of the States in which you are in. You cite the UCC when you have no idea what it is. You try to make up a crazy language to file in court.

    I’ve seen plenty of sovereign citizens physically fight with the police over a speeding ticket!

    Truly crazy, usually live in a trailer off the grid hoping for a civil war.

  • [16] June 30, 2016 at 11:57pm

    Bigotry is the weak mind’s way of protecting itself.

  • [15] June 30, 2016 at 10:23am

    As a Mormon, I don’t share your humor.

  • [25] June 24, 2016 at 7:07pm

    Have we lost our friggin minds? This is as crazy as… as a man who thinks he’s a woman.

    By the way – I would like to know where Donald Trump stands on this issue since he is applying to be our next Commander and Chief.

    It doesn’t help my confidence that he initially sided with the liberals on this same issue regarding public bathrooms.

  • [24] May 27, 2016 at 3:59pm

    This picture reminds me of the photos of our military members hugging their loved ones as they leave for war (I have a few of my own). Reminds me as well that cops live that moment over and over everyday when they leave for work.

  • [2] May 26, 2016 at 7:51pm

    @tdpatrick

    I got my info from law school and having been a prosecutor for several years.

    But if you have a nerdier answer – feel free to add to mine. The 1500 characters limit didn’t allow me to write a dissertation on the matter.

  • [6] May 25, 2016 at 7:37pm

    Friggin’ defense attorneys.

    In case anyone is interested in the nerd answer:

    Attorney/client privilege (evidentiary rule) prevents the attorney from having to testify as to what his client has told him… and attorney/client confidentiality (ethical rule) prevents him from disclosing such information to anyone, at any time, even after the trial. So he could be sanctioned by the State Bar if he really disclosed her statements improperly.

    However, even atty/client rules do not allow an attorney to commit perjury on the court. So if a defense atty knows that his/her client committed a murder, they cannot ask questions to their client on the stand that would result in the client committing perjury. So what they would typically do if they knew their client was guilty, is either call their client to the stand and simply allow them to make their own statements without questions (which statements would be subject to cross-examination so that wouldn’t be very smart) – or they would simply choose not to have their client testify. Can’t remember if Casey testified – if she did, then go back and see if her atty asked questions that would reasonably elicit a purjured response. Then, he may be sanctioned by the bar.

    Finally, it’s an ethical violation for an attorney to sleep with a client (unless the atty was sleeping with client before taking the case – such as representing one’s husband/wife). That for sure would be a ethical violation if proven.

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  • [29] May 23, 2016 at 12:25am

    I was a prosecuter until just recently – and can tell you that this is a travesty of justice!

    That prosecutor is either a liberal or a coward… but either way should go be a defense attorney. He/she better go read her oath again.

    I don’t care if I would have lost, I would have set that case for trial at the first pre-trial hearing unless the defendant pleaded guilty to all charges.

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  • [2] May 17, 2016 at 3:14pm

    “This is a man who has a lifetime ACU rating of 98 out of 100. A man who has a perfect rating from the NRA in the U.S. Senate. A man who earned scores of 100 in 2014, 100 in 2013, 71 in 2012, and 100 in 2011 from the Family Research Council. A “Taxpayer Super Hero” with a lifetime rating of 95 from Citizens Against Government Waste. A man Club for Growth president David McIntosh called “a complete pro-growth, free-market, limited-government conservative.”

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/429088/marco-rubio-conservative-record

  • [48] May 17, 2016 at 1:06am

    Rubio was easily our best candidate. I spent months here posting his conservative score cards, but people still supported the guy who was a registered democrat until 2009.

    Dumb Donald is going to get thrashed in the general.

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  • May 14, 2016 at 12:25pm

    Negative votes? Guess there’s a reader with a man bun out there

  • May 12, 2016 at 8:08pm

    Doesn’t matter what you think of Romney – he’s exactly right.

    You have your head in the sand if you think for one second the press isn’t going to eviscerate Trump over this exact issue (and all the other issues) the day he is officially nominated in July.

    #DumbDonald

  • May 12, 2016 at 7:52pm

    Well said.

    I loved the line “Finally, we need to tell the truth. That means the whole truth: nothing tempered for the sake of political correctness, nothing omitted for fear of giving offense. Yes, we can speak gently and sensitively, but we must tell the truth.”

    That is so true. The left has been very effective in silencing and relegating religious speech to the pulpit and religious thought to the pews.

    I believe Isaiah saw our day when he prophetically declared “¶Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” Isaiah 5:20.

    In today’s day and age, if you support this sexual revolution you are called good, or tolerant. If you stand for traditional morality you are called evil, or hateful.

    Lucifer is so clever to where he’s actually convinced so many people that they are being more loving and tolerant by accepting sexual deviancy.

    Good read!

    In reply to the contribution The Church's Finest Hour

  • [-1] May 12, 2016 at 7:37pm

    I’m more worried about the effect that guy’s man-bun will have on the children who see it.

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  • [27] May 12, 2016 at 4:47pm

    Racist and Sexist.

    Does this mean I could say the NBA is too black? Maybe, just maybe the people are in the NBA not based on the color of their skin, but rather their ability to play basketball?

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