User Profile: RabidPatriot

RabidPatriot

Member Since: December 17, 2010

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  • [1] 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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  • [56] 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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  • [3] 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.

  • [1] 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.

  • [93] 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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  • [3] 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.

  • [19] 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.

  • [6] April 18, 2015 at 5:27pm

    @sunporch

    The Supreme Court decision on the matter trumps Georgia State law. The entire SCOTUS decision was based on a Texas law that was exactly the same. The Constitution and Supreme Court decisions trumps all state laws.

  • [34] April 18, 2015 at 5:22pm

    That is a sound legal argument and completely accurate… so of course most of those on the internet will disagree with it. At this moment in time, marijuana/THC is illegal in Kansas. The dumb kid probably told his teachers and the police that his mother was in possession of the illegal substance and the police secured the house while getting a warrant. That is proper legal etiquette and standard operating procedure in every state and has been happening since warrants have been in existence. The Blaze needs a legal adviser and not a bunch of blog writers.

  • [11] April 18, 2015 at 4:03pm

    caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?court=US&vol=491&invol=397

    COPY and PASTE the link

    I’m not sure why the link redirects to something else, but here is the SCOTUS decision:
    U.S. Supreme Court
    TEXAS v. JOHNSON, 491 U.S. 397 (1989)
    491 U.S. 397
    TEXAS v. JOHNSON
    CERTIORARI TO THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS OF TEXAS

  • [16] April 18, 2015 at 3:54pm

    @RedDawning

    You may not be an attorney so you’re probably not aware that the law that you referenced was overruled by the Supreme Court when it came to flag desecration during protests. In this particular case, your selected law violates 1st Amendment Constitutional protections and therefore does not apply.

    Here you go: http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?court=US&vol=491&invol=397

  • April 18, 2015 at 3:30pm

    New York bought everyone of their championships… it’s someone else’s turn to buy theirs.

  • [2] April 18, 2015 at 3:28pm

    I wouldn’t cap any player pay, but I would put an overall payroll cap on the teams. The championship should be determined by coaching, good general management, player development and the players; and not by who can buy the most free agents. It’s what makes all of the baseball championships illegitimate. For decades, the World Series went to the team that could afford to pay for the most steroid filled gorillas. Usually, that was the Yankees. MLB started doing PED testing and the Yankees got stuck with a bloated payroll with a bunch of ex-roiders that couldn’t hit a golf ball over the wall. Karma.

  • [2] April 18, 2015 at 3:19pm

    I never fault anyone for making a fortune. They are entertainers through sport and people are willingly paying money to see them. It has nothing to do with right and wrong. If other people are struggling to make a living, then we will discuss why that is, but that condition doesn’t have anything to do with other people doing well.

    People get into this rut of envy. They see people living a wealthy life as wrong, corrupt and evil because they don’t have the same things. Usually, people with large envy issues, have other personality issues that keep them at a low income.

  • [182] April 18, 2015 at 3:09pm

    The cops are ignorant because they follow the law to the letter? I’m a veteran and I dislike seeing people do this to the flag, but it’s their Constitutional 1st Amendment right to do so. What she and you have is select patriotism. You will fight for the flag while violating the Constitution. That is what “ignrant sons-a-bitches” do. The cops recognized that she just responded to provocation and they did a great job in not hurting her. If one cop wanted to take her into custody and do it in a quick and efficient manner, he wouldn’t have bothered with that multi-cop slow overpowering… he would have broke her down hard, cuffed her and stuffed her.

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  • [2] April 17, 2015 at 8:17pm

    Seattle, and the Puget Sound area in general, is a strange mix of liberals, anarchists, separatists, constitutionalists, libertarians and conservatives. You will get some weird hybrid people that believe in small government, global warming, are Atheists and a life long members of the NRA. You will have one neighbor that is a hippy that smokes pot, hunts and supports Rand Paul and another neighbor that’s a cop and votes for Obama.

    I’m always surprised at how many people, and the kind of people that support the 2nd Amendment in the Puget Sound area. Mormons, hippies, conservatives and separatists all working together to build their prepping stockpiles.

  • [8] April 17, 2015 at 4:50pm

    Yeah… because Seattle is the mean streets where gunfire settles everything… whatever. If you think Seattle is a tough area… you must have been raised on a farm in Oregon. Last year, Seattle had 16 gun related homicides. That’s for the whole year. Check out this website (ignore the name of the site – it’s not a shot at you) http://heyjackass.com/

    It’s a real time site that tracks shootings in Chicago. At the moment, someone gets shot in Chicago every 4 hours and 34 minutes.

  • [68] April 16, 2015 at 11:10pm

    I lived in Florida for awhile and I had (what I thought) was a freshwater canal in my backyard. It was connected to a large inter-coastal canal, but I was about 3 miles from the ocean. I would sit on my pier and catch large bass and alligator gar. You don’t eat the fish, because the water is dirty, but they are still fun to catch. Some of those gar get over 5 feet long and they fight like hell. I would sit out there with a six pack of beer and catch about 20 fish every evening and call it a day. I was reeling in a medium sized bass and a 7 foot bull shark took him and I had him hooked.

    I thought it was a large tarpon and I jumped in the water about waist deep to get him when I saw the dorsal fin come straight at me from about 12 feet away. I never got up on that pier so fast in my life. That damn shark still came after me. I wish I could post photos. I had him mounted and he’s hanging in my stairwell. The taxidermist actually made a fiberglass copy of him and mounted his jaws and teeth inside. I had them make me a bass with the lure in his mouth and put it in the sharks mouth.
    My neighbor almost had a stroke when I showed him what I caught in the backyard.

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