User Profile: RabidPatriot


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  • [2] December 18, 2014 at 9:07pm

    It’s like inviting your really stupid family member over to your house for all of the holiday dinners and engaging them in conversation. You know it’s a waste of time, but you can’t help yourself. It’s a combination of amazement that they really are that stupid (not faking it) and you hoping that they may get smarter if you put out your concerns in terms they can understand.

    Later, you swear that you’re done with inviting them over again, but time passes and curiosity ruins Thanksgiving dinner.

  • [6] December 18, 2014 at 2:31pm

    Matt Walsh just comes off as a hipster douche that likes to complain about how awful other people are, but fails to notice how absolutely intolerable he is to most of humanity. Him purposely scaring off the deer to ruin the guys picture and seeing it as “justice” for his loathing of selfies, just proves his level of unfriendly douchebaggery. I’m sure he gets together with his small group of hipster douche friends at some hole in the wall, anti-establishment bar, and they sit around and complain about selfies, I-Phones, Walmart… They all think this banter is genius and he puts it in his blog.

  • [1] December 18, 2014 at 1:56pm

    “It’s hard NOT to be “Racist” when you see this type of behavior from blacks as the “norm”

    Racism is a problem with the soul and not something you catch from watching a video. If you’re already a racist, this just feeds the person’s confirmation bias.

    But… I have my own bias about parking enforcement authorities. I have never received a parking ticket, but I have seen those ****** in action and all the ones that I have seen are awful people.

  • [61] December 18, 2014 at 1:37pm

    That is the truth about racism. A true racist doesn’t see Black people as “the help” and immediately subjugates them as servants. A true racist sees them as sub-human and doesn’t want to talk to Blacks, be around them or ever have them touching their things. I have known racists, and they would stop shopping at that store if they started seeing Blacks there too often and most certainly would not engage them in any way.

  • [219] December 17, 2014 at 1:39pm

    I’m a big tall guy. I can’t walk through a store without somebody asking me to get something for them off of the shelf. I have had employees of the store ask me to grab something for them. I see it as a positive and I have used it as an opportunity to meet new people. The idea that this could be some kind of gender or racial affront never even occurred to me. It’s crazy when a wealthy & powerful person, like Michelle Obama, not only thinks she is too good to help the peons, but feels victimized by a request for help. We peons depend on each other for help everyday and I guess for royalty they only have servants and never provide service for their fellow man.

  • [41] December 17, 2014 at 1:28pm

    I would think the racism would be that a White person would refuse to hand over their car keys to a Black male standing on the sidewalk in front of a restaurant.

  • [34] December 16, 2014 at 5:56pm

    You can still use your fingers and toes for common core, it’s all done with 24 easy steps to do a simple addition problem.

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  • [44] December 16, 2014 at 3:45pm

    I live in WA. They do exist. There are plenty of Constutionalists, separatists, left-wing anarchists, Neo-Nazis, militia people and just general anti-government non-conformists here in the NW. Some of them are police officers and almost all of them are veterans (except the lefty anarchists and Neo-Nazis). Most of these people (except the lefty anarchists) just keep to themselves and want to be left alone, but officers here fear the situation where they may have to arrest one of these people. Suburban and small town police officers out here are more likely to toss their badges and join the cause rather than fight the people when the SHTF. Those officers in those MRAPs that decide to take up arms against the citizens out here won’t be in possession of those goodies for very long. They have to get out at some point.

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  • [29] December 15, 2014 at 3:41pm

    Their claim is false from the very first sentence. The AR-15 was never designed for or used by the military. The M16 and the M4 were designed for the military. Those weapons are select fire, battlefield, assault weapons. The AR-15 is not an assault rifle and doesn’t have a select fire function. Progressives and just generally ignorant people call the AR-15 an assault rifle, but the stupidity of those people doesn’t make it true. The AR-15 was specifically designed for civilians. They were purposely designed to be compliant with federal firearms regulations They are not just name changes.

    And anyone that doubts their effectiveness as a home defense weapon just needs to try and break into my house and I will give an expert demonstration.

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  • [63] December 14, 2014 at 9:19pm

    In a land with no legal gun ownership, the one gun man is king.

  • [2] December 14, 2014 at 7:37pm

    That particular stalking was already full to the top of what I wanted for Christmas.

  • [46] December 14, 2014 at 2:32am

    This is in Massachusetts. I’m surprised that Christmas is still a legal holiday there, or that you can still say things like “Christmas” without having to go to re-education classes.

  • [3] December 13, 2014 at 9:14pm

    We would get these specially made long stockings with oranges in them every year when we were growing up. In the early 70′s, that was a great gift for kids living in Colorado in December. Back in the 70′s, citrus fruit was a seasonal item and they were hard to come by. Now, food is grown throughout the world, all year around and people can buy just about anything they want all year around without even thinking about it, but that wasn’t true just 40 years ago.

  • [1] December 12, 2014 at 9:30pm


    When the officer is not working and he is in his everyday life, you and he have equal protection under the law. Federal, state, county and municipal laws give special exemptions to law enforcement personnel while they are performing their duties under the color of law. At that point in time, you and he/her are not equal under the law. The officer has special exemptions to restrain people against their will, they do not have a duty to disengage from a confrontation, they are allowed to follow a use of force matrix up to and including death from an incident that could have started from just mere verbal confrontation and if an officer decides they have probable cause to arrest you, you don’t have a right to resist. If you’re dumb enough to resist, they have the right under the law to follow that use of force matrix that I mentioned earlier. If you don’t believe me, just ask Michael Brown.

  • [-1] December 12, 2014 at 9:17pm


    I am pro-police all day long, but this officer made a bad choice. He is paid by the public to serve the community and keep the peace. He isn’t being paid to make any political statements of any kind. He knows or should have known that his political statement could cause a breech of the peace and that is completely contradictory to his job. The police have very strict dress codes that dictate what he can and can’t wear on the job and they are very strict about any kind of political speech while on the job. He will now learn the hard way.

  • [3] December 12, 2014 at 3:18pm

    It’s because of its visual impact and how they choreographed a large nativity scene that can only be seen from the sky using light from the angels. Honestly, I can’t tell anymore if people are just being intentionally thick just to make their own point or if people really are that clueless. I get it… your more moved by Jesus and not moved by the shallow visual thingy. Here’s your holy gold star.

  • [8] December 12, 2014 at 3:03pm

    The Supreme Court has already ruled on the video taping of officers within the public domain. They ruled that nobody, including the police, has a right to privacy within public areas and that any state, county or municipal laws that make video taping officers illegal under these circumstances are null and void. Officers have been trying to get around this ruling by arresting people for interfering with police activity or an investigation, but they are finding themselves on the losing end of those legal battles.

  • [5] December 12, 2014 at 2:56pm

    It has less to do with the cameras and more to do with the instigating tiger pokers holding them. These people are intentionally being provocative a-holes and they selectively edit out the BS they did to get their face planted in the sidewalk. I have seen these passive aggressive scum bags in action. It starts with the sarcastic yes sir no sir, escalates to other verbal forms of harassment, but when that doesn’t get a rise out of the officer they go to the light unwanted touching. The light grasps of the hands, arms, shoulders, because they know officers are on high alert to any form of touching, especially from someone being aggressive. I don’t feel bad for them and I hope they never get rewarded for their bad behavior by winning lawsuits.

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  • [9] December 12, 2014 at 1:51am

    Do you mean like Beyonce, Jay-Z, Russel Simmons, Oprah, Sean Combs, Robert Johnson, Sheila Johnson, Donahue Peebles, Juan Williams, Justice Thomas, President Obama, AG Holder, every Black athlete, every Black singer, every Black actor…

  • December 11, 2014 at 8:23pm

    “What’s with all the ‘homosexual’ this and ‘homosexual’ that” I’ll try to not be a jerk. The entire article is about Phil Robertson’s stance on “homosexuality” and the criticism by Todd Chrisley of Robertson on how he conducts himself on the subject. Chrisley takes it further and gives his understanding of scriptures to further impugn Robertson on how he delivers his message on “homosexuality.” So it’s almost face palm inducing when you’re surprised that people are assuming that your post about “unbelievers” is referring to the subject of the article. I take it back, it is absolutely face palm inducing.

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