User Profile: RabidPatriot

RabidPatriot

Member Since: December 17, 2010

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  • April 25, 2015 at 2:59am

    @Southpaw51

    This isn’t car insurance with a lump-sum deductible. It’s commercial insurance and they almost always function on an aggregate deductible. It’s against the law to recover your loss from an employee and also report your loss to the insurance company to apply to your aggregate. The good money is that they reported the loss and tried to get the money back from the employee too.

  • [3] April 25, 2015 at 2:50am

    To be fair… he also came out as a unicorn and a Sasquatch.

  • [11] April 23, 2015 at 7:41pm

    @PassTheFaith

    She has four protective brothers… 2 older and 2 younger. That’s much worse than a protective father because they go to school with you in addition to being at home with you. She didn’t date until college and that’s not a joke. We have been together for 20 years and I do appreciate them protecting my future wife. I have to fill the role of four mad dog brothers, but if I can make 4 crazy brothers behave themselves… I’ll do just fine repelling teenage boys.

  • [-2] April 23, 2015 at 5:09pm

    What I think is amusing about The Blaze, and what was left out of their previous article on the subject, is that this woman had over one pound of “suspected” marijuana in her home and they act like it’s no big deal. They keep pushing the “cannabis oil” and her Crohn’s disease. The cops can test for THC on the premises and they wouldn’t have even put “suspected” marijuana in their report if they weren’t already sure about what it is. That’s just legal speak until an independent lab rubber stamps what they already know to be true.

    A pound of marijuana is a lot of marijuana. It will fill a 1 gallon sized ziplock bag so tight and full that it looks like it’s going to split the seams. That’s dealer weight and it has a street value in her area of about $4,800 to $6,400. That’s not a dime bag for the recreational smoker. That’s mid-level drug dealer weight. She is going to prison and not to jail. If she had a scale and packaging material and other dealer paraphernalia… she is going to federal prison on mandatory minimums. If they can prove she bought it in CO and crossed state lines with it into Kansas… she is double screwed.

    The DEA hates nationwide media misinformation, like this crap that’s going on at The Blaze, and you should expect them to make an example out of her, and unless she snitches on her source, she won’t see her son until he’s in his 20′s.

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  • [65] April 23, 2015 at 4:40pm

    I have two daughters and one of them is about the same age as this little girl. Boys come sniffing around pretty young now a days and they need to know that MY little girl isn’t on the menu. They need to understand upfront that until dating is age appropriate (like sometime after college)… they are not welcome within sight distance of my daughter. My wife is even worse than I am on the subject, I’m just the junkyard dog that enforces the no trespassing rules.

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  • [34] April 23, 2015 at 3:11am

    It’s like hookers complaining that the last session was too rough, but they gladly take the money and comeback tomorrow to do it all over again.

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  • [11] April 22, 2015 at 6:45pm

    I work at a hospital 60+ hours a week. Hospitals are full of employees of great faith and active spirituality. It’s a place where you see humanity at its best and worst. Both life and death happen here everyday.

  • [14] April 22, 2015 at 5:35pm

    This is nothing more than a franchise owner trying to double dip. They are going to get that money back through their insurance company and then tried to double up by getting the employee to kick in that money too. Then getting rid of the pregnant woman too.

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  • April 21, 2015 at 9:51pm

    This guy is famous for being on Red Eye a lot and hosting some MTV stuff back in the day. He is some kind of musician, but he’s not exactly Ozzy. Beck probably knows him from back in his Fox days.

  • [22] April 21, 2015 at 9:41pm

    @Lenny1791

    You strike me as one of those people that has nothing of value and therefore can’t relate to envious, jealous people lashing out against your good fortune. For those of us that have done well in life, it sucks to have some low life douche acting out and trying to do harm against those he despises for one second of schadenfreude.

  • [1] April 21, 2015 at 4:38am

    @MSSoldier

    There are different kinds of evolution. One that states that mankind came from a one celled animal… which is more of a secular faith rather than good science. Then there is the kind of same species adaptation evolution that Darwin talked about. Like light colored bears being better hunters in the arctic and the better nourished light bears passing on their genes until, over a great deal of time, the bears at the north pole are all white. If you can’t understand that… then you’re just not very smart.

    The same applies here. The social attitude towards homosexuality in the U.S. has changed. Less and less people see it as an issue and more and more people see opponents to homosexuality as bigots. Since politics is a popularity contest, those politicians that look like bigots to the majority of the people that vote, stop getting elected. They die off in the realm of politics and since they no longer have any political influence their ideas become less excepted and they fade away into history.

    It’s kind of like the stubborn Mormons that believe in polygamy. At one time, they completely ruled Utah in every aspect. Their beliefs became less popular and they never evolved their beliefs. Now, they run nothing. They live in dirty compounds in secret and have zero political power and influence. Many of them moved to Mexico and live in dirty little compound over there now. You don’t have to adapt, but don’t act surprised when your guy doesn’t get elected.

  • [7] April 20, 2015 at 8:04pm

    If Republicans keep cutting their own throat with the issue of homosexuality, non-Republicans will keep asking the questions. It’s a social weakness and a stance that their base doesn’t evolve on and it will continue to knock them out of national politics. When your opposition keeps tripping over themselves, you let them keep walking with their shoes untied.

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  • [157] April 20, 2015 at 4:00pm

    Officers do this sort of thing on a daily if not hourly basis. The reason this officer thought that this was no big deal is because they do this sort of thing all of the time. He’s probably embarrassed that he’s getting all this praise because this is the sort of thing that happens all of the time.

    People need to start going on citizen ride-alongs with the police and you will see that the perception of police is all wrong.

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  • [4] April 19, 2015 at 3:36pm

    @ncrdbl1

    “The SCOTUS has ruled that speech or actions designed to instigate hatred or violence is NOT constitutionally protected.”

    To be 100% accurate, SCOTUS has ruled that desecration of the flag during a protest is protected under the 1st Amendment. The manner in which this protest was being conducted was even less incitefull than the incident in Texas that caused the Supreme Court to make a decision in the 1st place. In that case, a man went to a rally as a counter protester and intentionally set fire to the flag and almost started a riot in the process. He was arrested and charged with desecrating the flag under Texas law. The Supreme Court found in his favor and overturned his conviction and made flag desecration laws in 48 states void. The other two stated didn’t have laws to protect the flag.

    Your interpretation of the law is just wrong. That’s not an opinion, that’s a case law fact.

  • [2] April 19, 2015 at 3:19pm

    @SacredHonor1776

    In addition to being in the military, she is also a porn model for Playboy. If she didn’t do it as a military person, as you suggested, maybe she could have done it as a porn star and got naked first. Nobody would have complained then.

  • [15] April 19, 2015 at 3:10pm

    Again, it’s not the killing that’s disturbing… it’s the unbridled happiness about killing something that you’re not even going to eat. It’s thrill killing and it’s as nutty as squirrel crap.

  • [98] April 19, 2015 at 6:29am

    It’s not really the action that makes me shake my head, it’s the psychopathic thrill smiles of posing next to a fresh kill that’s disturbing. What kind of mentally ill person is manically happy about killing a cat? This person is a veterinarian? It’s like a doctor that hunts people on their free time. Hannibal Lecter ring a bell? I wonder if she ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti?

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  • [4] April 19, 2015 at 3:33am

    CaPnK

    “So, if she was inside her residence when they arrived, could they, according to the law, remove her from the house to secure evidence that they have yet to receive a search warrant for?”

    They can remove her from the home if a warrant is in the process of being applied for, but nothing can be searched for or seized. She doesn’t have to answer the door. I have written hundreds of warrants for the police. This is common when the police are at a residence for an unrelated issue, like a DV complaint or something. One of the angry spouses tells the police that their spouse is a drug dealer and has lots of drugs and paraphernalia hidden throughout the house. To preserve all of the evidence, everyone is removed from the home and prevented from re-entering. They would contact me, and I would write them a warrant based on the information that they gave. The officer would sign and swear to what is stated in the warrant and the judge would grant the warrant based on the probable cause. The police would then go and search all of the areas that the warrant allowed. Sometimes the officers would have the residents removed from their homes for a couple of hours while the warrant is written, an on call judge is tracked down and the officer can sign and swear to the warrant statement.

    Sometimes, if the officers never saw any drugs in plain sight before the warrant or search, the accused is allowed to flee because they are not technically under arrest…. yet.

  • [22] April 18, 2015 at 11:31pm

    @rob_pompolit

    She has the right to do a counter protest all day long. She doesn’t have the right to stop or hinder their protest. If their protest is legal, she can’t do an action to stop them. She stopped them by force by physically taking the object that was the focus of their protest. That isn’t protected by the Constitution. Just because the action compromises you emotionally, it doesn’t give you extra rights or righteousness to do whatever you want. She violated their civil rights to protect something that isn’t protected by the law under these circumstances.

    I am an advocate of the Constitution and I don’t apologize for it. That includes those parts that don’t agree with my opinions. A true patriot fights even for the rights that they don’t like and the people that don’t deserve it. I shed blood for what that flag symbolizes and you can only equal my commitment to this country, but you can’t surpass it if you’re still breathing.

  • [13] April 18, 2015 at 11:20pm

    @ASE

    “Please tell me how a child speaking up at school in favor of marijuana at an anti-drug function is EVIDENCE or even PROBABLE CAUSE of drugs being present?!?”

    If that is the only thing that happened then you would be right. Zach Noble, the author of this Blaze article, conveniently left out a lot of facts in this story. The child started correcting the teachers in the drug class and knew a surprising amount of information about marijuana. His mother is a marijuana activist and taught him about the drug. The teachers asked him if he has ever took it or saw someone else doing it before. He told them that his mother takes it all of the time and and possess it at home. The teachers, as required by law, contacted the DCF. “Garden City police Capt. Randy Ralston said police responded to a call from the DCF, which was contacted by Bernadine Sitts Intermediate Center on March 24 concerning the welfare of the boy, the son of Shona Banda, 37, 901 Conkling Ave.” – this is from a real article on the subject.

    The officers questioned the child and others that heard him speak at the school and it was determined that his mother was in possession of unknown amounts of THC and paraphernalia within the home. Because the child had witnessed his mother doing the drug several times, the police applied for a warrant and secured the house while the warrant was being processed.

    The Blaze has proved that you need to research their stories often if you want the whole truth.

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