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politicianssuck

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  • [5] May 2, 2015 at 11:05am

    PTL, I agree that was a good ruse. Lying to a private citizen to get more damming information is perfectly legal. I dont like it, and even as an officer of the law, neither should you.

    If I, a private citizen, were to lie to a government official to get more information I would be thrown into prison. So instead I have to request an FOIA and hope I am granted one.

    The government is no longer required to do that. If they cant get a warrant, then hey lets just tell them they can trust us to protect them, and then we will do everything we can once they do trust us to incarcerate them.

    Yet i’m the radical one who thinks the government should no longer be allowed to collect our phone data because, well, they are not using that information. Trust us!

  • [22] May 2, 2015 at 12:14am

    “The detective and the agent pretended to be investigating the burglary but were really there to get a peek inside of the alleged crime operation.”

    Am I the only one that sees a problem here?

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  • [60] April 19, 2015 at 12:21pm

    People can be so cruel. After a teacher told me that it is not our place to worry about our childs education we pulled them from school. Since then our children and family have been ousted from the community.

    They were no longer invited to birthday parties. We struggled trying to find information for community basketball because no one wanted home schooled children involved. When we would not give up and enrolled them in community basketball other children would stop talking to them because they were “different”.

    Kids who used to call themselves friends would no longer talk to our children at Easter egg hunts, community pools, or at the playground. My wife would cry seeing how our children are being treated and having to answer questions like “what makes home schooled kids different?”

    We can totally relate to these people…

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  • April 13, 2015 at 2:44pm

    Of course I saw the video. But what happened “before” the video? We dont know that part.

    The video clearly shows the cop was in the wrong. However, it is just like all the snippets we hear from the media. It “appears” this guy or that guy said something inappropriate. Until you hear the whole thing.

    Sorry, I will not just accuse this guy of being an idiot, murderer, racist, or whatever. But it appears many on here have already judged him as guilty. Because of this mindset we are looking at more riots and murders if the evidence shows the man is innocent. All because we have made up our minds based on a short video that captured the event in the last moments rather than the whole story.

  • April 13, 2015 at 7:26am

    This place is crazy. All you people during the Ferguson shooting kept saying “dont judge without knowing all the facts! Let it go to court so ALL the facts come out” , you would say.
    Now look at you all. Playing right into the same game as the rioters. Made up your minds and already publicly tried this guy. If ALL the facts show him to be innocent he will still have to go into hiding.
    Welcome to America. Where you are no longer INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY.

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  • February 26, 2015 at 12:26pm

    “Who would actually watch this? ”

    I asked the same thing about Survivor, big brother, jerry springer, amazing race, and on and on. You know what my answer was? EVERYONE!

    The more drama the more ratings. Most everyone on this sight who acts morally superior will even watch this at least once just to see what it is about.

    We are witnessing the fall of Rome.

  • [1] January 30, 2015 at 11:31am

    Not just for black youths. I see white kids, oriental kids and hispanic kids driving around blaring this nonsense for all to hear.

  • [2] January 29, 2015 at 7:19pm

    @ Sniper, I really hope your avatar is not a picture of you in uniform. If so your childish comment reflects negatively on those HONORABLE men and women serving in uniform. Thats all the time I will waste you.
    @ pissedoffpatriot, In the video you can clearly here her read the licence plate out loud. Calling the police and letting them know the route and licence plate number should have been enough. It’s not the grandmothers responsibility to change routes but it is her responsibility to think of the childs safety first.
    I will however, yet again, remind people that she clearly stated she knew what was going to happen. IF YOU HAVE A CHILD WITH YOU THEN WHY IN THE HELL ARE YOU TRYING TO BE A CRIME FIGHTER? I guarantee you, had this lady pulled a gun and shot the little child all of you who disagree with me would have said why didnt she just let the lady drive on down the road instead of putting the child in danger.
    If your alone then by all means do what you feel is necessary. If you have a child with you then by all means do what is necessary to keep that child safe. Continuing down the same path of a lunatic is NOT keeping that child safe. So what if you get home home ten minutes late because you had to take an alternate route. Better to get that child home.
    I will however, yet again, remind people that she clearly stated she knew what was going to happen.

    One more time… I will however, yet again, remind people that she clearly stated she knew what was going to happen.

  • [1] January 29, 2015 at 4:52pm

    @ gotoblaze,

    “My point is the safety of those in need of it are more important than your need to prove someone wrong. Or to prove your courage.”

  • [8] January 29, 2015 at 4:16pm

    @savetheunion… No, by my logic if you have a CHILD with you then you should be responsible enough to keep that child from harm. Not progress a situation that will ultimately lead to violence. You also may have not noticed but they did in fact cross an intersection with which she could have turned.

    @ elevenoclock,

    I dont understand your logic. What this lady did was make sure a confrontation would ensue by following them. So by continuing on her path she had a 100% chance of confrontation. If she would have turned at the intersection her odds of a confrontation would have went down.

    @ everyone else,

    If you have a child with you then why would you go on a crime fighting mission? Want to see where a situation leads? Then fine, do it without a child in the passenger seat. What would you guys be saying if that lady got out and started shooting at them and hitting the girl? Would your opinions change?

    My point is the safety of those in need of it are more important than your need to prove someone wrong. Or to prove your courage.

  • [96] January 29, 2015 at 1:53pm

    Hastings said she drove trucks for 15 years and “knew what was going to happen” and “wanted it on tape.”
    If you knew what was going to happen then why did you not turn and go another direction? Especially when you have a 6 year old with you! Swallow your pride and avoid the coming situation. Especially when you have a 6 year old with you!
    Sorry, but this grandmother was acting irresponsibly. I have had instances in the past with people and road rage. Once with my girlfriend (now wife). I did not care that I looked like a weakling in front of her. I cared only for her safety not my pride.
    The second time I encountered road rage I had my two toddlers and wife with me. I again did not care about my pride. I cared only for the safety of my family and went out of my way down another street so I could avoid a negative situation.
    If this grandma truly knew of the impending situation then in my opinion she only helped to further rile up that lady. Putting all parties in danger. Nothing good was going to happen by continuing to follow that lady. As the video showed. There are times when the situation cannot be avoided. This was not one of them.

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  • [7] January 22, 2015 at 9:26pm

    People would be surprised at what they eat on a daily basis. I had a bowl of walmart brand malt-o-meal one morning and noticed there were tons of tiny insect legs throughout it. Definitely ruined my breakfast.

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  • [7] January 16, 2015 at 7:36am

    “I’m not a monster. I didn’t do “”everything”" they said I did.”

    Well that statement says alot. It should say, I didnt do “anything” they said I did. SICKO!!

  • [8] January 12, 2015 at 3:56pm

    This chart came out too soon. I would like to see a chart after the oil collapse.

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  • January 2, 2015 at 9:24am

    Well Said!

    People on here are constantly chanting “change”. But the only change on here that they want is a change from D to R!

  • [21] December 31, 2014 at 6:21pm

    Until the sheriff loses his job for being an accessory.

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  • December 28, 2014 at 1:45pm

    http://youtu.be/RUUZ2fKVqcs

  • [1] December 28, 2014 at 1:43pm

    I was wondering when we would here about this officer again. Every media outlet is covering NYPD officers but I have yet to see one covering this man’s.

  • [1] December 28, 2014 at 1:38pm

    Curious, everything I have been reading is that the shale oil boom of the US has helped cause a surplus in the oil market. Now everything I have been reading is that Saudi’s wont cut production in order to help raise prices back up do to the surplus.

    Okay, why are we “the world” demanding that the saudi’s cut production? Why cant we here in the states cut production? Since we are responsible for the surplus. Why should we demand that another country cut their supplies while we continue to add to the output?

    Trying not to sound anti-american but this just appears to me that we are demanding another country cut their production and layoff their people due to those cuts. I dont get it. Why dont we here start cutting production? Sounds like we are being arrogant about this whole deal. Granted the saudi’s might raise production while we lower it thus keeping the market flooded but in the long term does that not also dwindle their supply while we keep ours and wait for “their” oil crisis? That route seems to be better in the long run.

    So again why dont “we” cut production here and stop waiting on others to do it? Why is it good for us to continue with high output and Saudis lower theirs? Economically speaking I cant blame Saudi’s for not cutting. Cutting means less jobs. Probably the same reason we wont do it.

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  • [1] December 26, 2014 at 5:12pm

    GOD only made a few good looking heads. The rest he just covered with hair!

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