User Profile: Redcatcher21

Redcatcher21

Member Since: December 24, 2012

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  • January 1, 2014 at 11:51am

    The photo is credited to WTNH a Hartford Conn. based station. Assuming they didn’t travel far for the photo you’re looking at a crowd from a metropolitan area that is less than 30% White. Pretty homogenous group in the picture. Just watch the gun crime stats’, data suggests they will remain the same, or increase.

  • December 18, 2013 at 8:04pm

    …and for your next “Republican” collaboration experience you’ll watch millions of non-citizens receive ammnesty and become left wing voters. Never thought I’d see the day the Republican Party traded the military for whatever the Dems wanted. Next they’re going to trade the Constitution for more of the Washington DC gravy train. Disgusting

  • December 11, 2013 at 7:30pm

    Being able to take care of your family, girlfriend, relatives, is the minimum standard of behavior. That counts for any situation or environment you put them into. If you can’t, don’t go there. Unfortunately that means more than half the males in America shouldn’t leave their house in the morning. The media thinks this guy is a hero..he was just doing his job. After he screwed up. If my kids were in that Jeep I’d hug him in the hospital and later, in private, threaten to kick his ass.

  • October 9, 2013 at 9:18pm

    No surprises here. The IRS debacle, the new healthcare laws, and the management of the government slimdown is not about policy disagreements, it is about power. Simple exercise of executive power unchecked by the other two branches of government. The Republicrats and Socialists are gleeful over the curent state of affairs.

  • October 4, 2013 at 12:26am

    Ah yes, the lack of information concerning the traffic violator (?) seems to be related to not being white, male, or from a conservative state. Would love a video of the editors meeting in any of the liberal network newsrooms when they discovered this person was black, female, and from the uber liberal New York city suburb of Stamford, Conn. Unfortunately the liberal motivated laws that largely prohibit intervention for the mentally ill doomed this woman. And what is up with those Capitol Police? Someone needs to teach those guys Traffic Control Point procedures. You don’t shoot unarmed women with babies in the car except as a last resort. Pinned up against a traffic barrier by a heavier vehicle the Lexus wasn’t going anywhere. Isolate the threat, set a perimeter that protects you and the innocents, and then arrest/ detain the person. More and more it’s a shoot first mentality. Don’t know of any signs around the Capitol that say behave erratically in this area and you’ll be shot. I’m all for protecting our legislators but no one was breaching the building. Another reason to live out in the country. crazy city folk.

  • September 2, 2013 at 10:04pm

    As much as I dislike the guy currently holding the office of the president he can tell the military to attack whatever military target he wants and it is a legal order. Illegal orders are things like shooting prisoners, willfully harming non-combatants, and such events that they themselves violate the UCMJ. If the chain of command says shoot/bomb a military unit or facility the military person, by law, not regulation, a military member must comply. Doesn’t mean you can’t quit beforehand, declare yourself against all warfare and resign, or become unusually so ill that you cannot report for duty. That aside if
    the man says shoot you do so. Should one be unable to live with that rule set that person should not serve. Note the work “serve”, not “go to work”. BTW – those folks making the signs know the rules, their faces and nametags cannot be seen. In civilian clothes the statements are fine. The courts, civil and military say if youre in uniform youre representing the U.S. Government. Just the facts.
    All that said the guy in office is a complete idiot and will violate international law if he orders an attack without an appropriate U.N. resolution as were in place for the attacks on both Iraq and Afghanistan. Yes my Lib’ friends both the U.N. and the U.S. Congress authorized those events. This move is….different…. and clearly a geopolitical train wreck of the first order. I’m sure the current antics really impress both the N Koreams and the Iranians

  • August 23, 2013 at 6:37pm

    Does the law say the photos have to be done well? Take photos, charge up front, and deliver photos that are just a tad out of focus. Oops. Being absolutely obnoxious is also an option. The key here is to garner enough info in the scheduling, price discussion etc, to be “just to busy that week, sorry.” I’ve had a business and it was easy to avoid work with folks you didn’t like or care to associate with professionally. Sorry, I’m on vacation that week.
    Usually a close examination will teach that the vendor wanted this confrontation. That’s ok but it is what it is. I happen to agree they shouldn’t have to do business with those that violate their beliefs but finesse goes a long way. It’s resistance versus confrontation. Both are necessary but do not confuse the two.

  • July 19, 2013 at 6:24pm

    Unfortunate that a citizen acquitted of any wrongdoing must suffer government approved backlash from cretins that have no understanding or appreciation of American judicial process. Thank God for the Bill of Rights and Brad Thor. I’d recommend something in 45 ACP. As my Drill Sargent stated a few decades ago – “that round may have the aerodynamics of a can of baked beans but there is scant evidence of folks ever seeking a second helping”.

  • July 2, 2013 at 8:19pm

    The only thing they’re listening to is the back room directors of this sad example of governance. The correct term is probably ‘case officer’ since someone must be ‘running’ this guy. Since when do you pass a law and then get to ignore it at you’re whim? The Republicans need to pass a Bill requiring the implementation of the Affordable Health Care Act. To quote my grandmother “they made that bed, they can sleep in it.

  • July 2, 2013 at 8:14pm

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  • May 13, 2013 at 8:44pm

    Not on the news because it doesn’t fit the media/administration narrative.

  • May 13, 2013 at 6:42pm

    Wasn’t Hillary Rodham Clinton a staff lawyer working on Persident Nixon’ Impeachment? Wonder if she wrote a staff memos on the IRS Issue? Government as a weapon against the population… Just what is that called?

  • February 7, 2013 at 6:09pm

    What a great excuse to close the hearing so the matter can be dealt with behind closed doors.

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  • January 27, 2013 at 2:48pm

    Will someone that has access to the Rublican leadership convince them this gun control debate is THE issue to show how two faced the liberal Dems are? Every time I turn on the TV there should be a Republican saying “we want to debate the Fienstein gun control proposal on the Senate floor – lets vote next week!”. If the Senate does it will be very hard on the Dems next election day. Why are we letting the President and the Dems say the conservatives will not pass this proposed law, the Dems won’t either! Get on the ball Mr Speaker. Go big or go home.

  • January 18, 2013 at 8:39pm

    The author of this drivel also wrote a study about Jewish Terrorism in Israel and was later a visiting professor at SUNY Stoney Brook. Clearly someone in the Army went searching for a politically correct academic to head this center to curry favor with the current administration. No doubt, another hack trying to make rank. No wonder the military is a mess (with 30+ years active duty a have a frame of reference) and will decline as we keep such PC based organizations in the force. Maybe an American that has read the writings of the Founding Fathers should run this center. Write your Senator and Congressman about this fool.

  • January 14, 2013 at 6:43pm

    Remember the goal of government, all governments, is to modify behavior. It is the job of the citizen to curb that appetite and limit the governments power.

  • January 11, 2013 at 5:24pm

    One of the first signs of a completely corrupt government is the selective application of criminal law on political opponents, the poor, and those that are not popular with the powerful.

  • January 3, 2013 at 9:08pm

    Just another case of the Dems proving they have the press and the 47 percent convinced nothing matters. Proper decorum, respect for women, adherance to law, responsibility with the money of others – not in their playbook.

  • January 2, 2013 at 9:35pm

    Thank You CPL Boston, Semper Fi. Every American that feels similarly needs to begin writing their State and Federal legislators. Repeatedly. We know well they do not care about anything but re-election. Let them know any action in support of Sen Fienstein’s effort, or any similar action, will get them on the unemployment line.

  • December 31, 2012 at 10:30pm

    Two points: The difference between the House Speaker’s plan to cut entitlements and the Presidents plan is almost unmeasurable, both have us over 25 Trillion in debt in the budget out years. Republicrats. No difference, all theater. Two, just how will the tax laws be constructed if signed into law after midnight tonight, 31 Dec. doesn’t the Constitution prohibit retroactive law? America, a country where you dont know what your taxes will be the next day. Now, to the liquor cabinet.