User Profile: Paladin45ACP


Member Since: February 28, 2013

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  • April 16, 2014 at 5:47pm

    Who cares? Nothing can erase the fact that the POS is the worst (p)resident in history and the only one obviously trying to destroy the country from within.
    He could walk on water and I would hope for him to drown and take all his commie appointees with him.

  • April 15, 2014 at 7:28pm

    We had an FBI counterterrorism agent come and speak a at professional association luncheon last fall. He said their primary focus is on left wing enviro-terrorists because they are doing stuff all the time. It doesn’t get the press, however.

  • April 14, 2014 at 6:20pm

    The problem is that virtually any punishment at all except incarceration is nowadays deemed cruel and unusual. Heck we can’t even execute a capital criminal without worrying about hurting his feelings. I think the punishment should be such that the thought of repeat offending would be strongly discouraged.
    The bigger problem is that this nonsense has filtered down to the schools. When I was in school, the teachers dealt out, what would be harsh punishments by today’s standards for foolishness and the principal and parents backed them up. The punishments that we received (corporal, writing, memorizing, janitorial tasks, etc.) routinely were unpleasant enough that recalcitrance was discouraged. As far as I know none of my classmates turned out to be a sociopath as a result.
    The punishments nowadays are a joke and the kids and criminals know it.

  • April 14, 2014 at 6:06pm

    I vote for death for the crime of treason.

  • April 14, 2014 at 2:36pm

    The fact that there is such thing as a hate crime is a crime in itself. Establishing motive is something used in the prosecution of a crime and is not a crime in itself. Hate crime laws are punishing thought. How TF can that be possible under the 1st Amendment?

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  • April 10, 2014 at 12:42am

    It’s gotta be because of global warming.

    Obama, his mouth moving…

  • April 8, 2014 at 2:12pm

    Captain capitulation!

  • April 7, 2014 at 9:33pm

    Anything from NY sux! NY is a huge part of the problem. They need a bigger hurricane.

  • April 7, 2014 at 9:24pm

    What’s your problem with WalMart? You must shop there to know who else shops there, eh? I buy ammo there and bought a nice Sig AR there for a great price a couple of years ago.

  • April 7, 2014 at 9:20pm

    Students have the right to do as they are told regardless of how appropriate they think the decision is.
    They don’t get to make decisions. When I was in high school, we actually had a dress code and code of conduct to set the tone that we were there for a serious purpose. An infraction such as mouthing off to the principal would have earned unpleasant consequences, unpleasant enough that future infractions of the sort were discouraged. For a similar infraction, I had to come to school on two consecutive SATURDAYs and scrub the football team’s shoulder pads with cleanser-thoroughly. It took two full Saturdays. Had I not complied, I risked suspension or expulsion. At the end of school year, my Junior year, I engaged in a burnout contest with my ’57 sedan against a 69 GTO on the parking lot. Won the burnout contest. Ended up having to clean out all of the departing senior’s lockers. Took about 8 hours. No more burnout contests on school property for me.
    That’s the problem with today’s kids/parents. The parents now would have thrown a fit if their little prince had to do something unpleasant but character building. They are treated like royalty and aren’t actually held accountable for anything. The punishments nowadays are a joke and do not have a deterrent effect at all. In Japan, at social events that I have attended, the kids serve the adults and don’t get their food and eat until all of the adults are served. Something to be said for that.

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  • April 7, 2014 at 5:50pm

    She’s clearly senile.

  • April 7, 2014 at 5:49pm

    Exactly, Mick.
    I don’t want the US to be the good guy, I want the US to be the best guy. I don’t care if my team gets a 15 yard penalty for a personal foul against the towelettes. We always have the moral high ground by comparison to the ragamuftis. Always.
    If a few of them have to suffer to protect our people and country, it works for me. If they weren’t constantly trying to do damage to the US for the last 40 years maybe we wouldn’t have to.
    Zappa’s drool needs to visit the ME sometime and see how tolerant they are. Perhaps we can see him lose his head on video.

  • April 7, 2014 at 5:34pm

    Exactly. It’s way over due.

  • April 7, 2014 at 12:11pm

    Money in advance and just take some really F’ed up pics of the event. “Gee, I’m sorry, ….but the ceiling really looks nice.”

  • April 3, 2014 at 7:54pm

    Something about this whole thing is suspicious. Not sure what prompted this encounter, but the guy was resisting arrest and it seemed like a setup with the statements he was making to the camera and his buddy with the video rolling. The officer, if he was responding to a valid complaint, was very patient with the guy. Could have escalated things a lot and gotten very bad.

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  • April 2, 2014 at 12:43pm

    In the dojo we have a saying,”When a nail sticks up out of the floor, it must be hammered back down.” Looks like the nail got the hammer. Perfect. Sensei used to match up disruptive boys with the proficient girls who would kick their a$$es. They’d either shape up or quit.
    Humiliation and embarrassment is a very powerful and useful tool for managing children, especially teens. I am not referring to the mentally or emotionally disturbed. Just regular kids. Had a friend with three boys. When they screwed up at home, mom would drive them to school and the offender would be given a big hug and kiss right there on the sidewalk in front of the school for all to see. She would whisper in the ear, ” if you want this to happen every day, you know what to do.” In high school, it really worked effectively.

  • April 2, 2014 at 10:46am

    That was satire right. What she needs is boot camp and some serious hazing.
    She’s an ingrate of the first order. My child? She’d be cut off until she experienced a life changing experience. Children have the right to do as they’re told until they are paying their own bills.

  • April 2, 2014 at 10:33am

    Yeah, just look at all of the acts of terror committed by right wingers, whoever they are. (Crickets chirping)
    You must be one of the morons who think that expecting elected officials and agencies to abide by the constitution is right wing.

  • April 2, 2014 at 10:19am

    Uneasy? That’s on you, not the carrier. You’ve apparently had a little bit of the Kool-Aid. Seeing someone carrying a rifle down the street would indeed be a bit unusual, but around here so would two boys holding hands, or two women with burkas. I find two out of three disturbing. Not the rifle. If it were more common, you wouldn’t or at least shouldn’t bat an eye. If the guy wanted to hurt someone he wouldn’t be carrying it in the open…Just the opposite…and he probably would have shot the cop….perhaps he should have given the out come.

  • April 1, 2014 at 5:55pm

    zappa’s drool
    Are you still around? Go back to the bong and leaving reasoning to those with the capacity to do so.
    Where did you grow up? Must have been that $hith0le Chicago. Or was is CA?