I hope you appreciate
that all you posters are doing
is 'attacking the messenger'?
That's what rubes do,
when they either don't have any facts,
or can't refute what O'Donnell has said.
New York Times says the Boy, SHANKED IT.
I say goto the range and hit a few thousand practice balls and then go apply to run for local school board.
This is not a President. It is a Community Organizer. He and Hillary are Alansky disciples. VERMIN
June 5, 2013 at 12:46pm
There’s no way I’m watching that hateful clown. I hope I don’t have to miss too many good games. Sounds like it’s time to let TBS know what a mistake they’ve made..
You shouldn't have to miss any games. Just turn the volume down or off, and listen to something else like a different broadcast of the same game or your favorite music.
GBO, That is an excellent suggestion. When the Alabama games are on ESPN I mute the TV and listen to Eli Gold, the Voice of the Crimson Tide cover the game. It has screwed things up a few times when ESPN has a 7 second delay with their broadcast.
May 24, 2013 at 6:22pm
Truly a feel good story for the weekend! Excellent shooting madam!
May 13, 2013 at 6:58pm
Of course it’s perspiration. Lying that much has gotta be hard work. Oh wait, does Satan sweat?
April 30, 2013 at 10:24pm
California has “mandated reporting” laws. The list of those required to report any suspected child abuse is lengthy. If a mandated reporter fails to report suspected abuse they are potentially criminally liable. A school principal was convicted of a misdemeanor last year. Yeah, the doctor probably did it out of spite. But once that huge snowball starts rolling down the hill, CPS will take action to cover their butts, even if it’s borderline. The cops, since they were obviously patrol and not investigations, were only there for backup for CPS and they too have the authority to take the child into protective custody (See 300 of the Welfare and Institutions Code of CA). Because of alleged health risk to the child, the exigency exception to the search warrant requirement applies. No 4th Amendment violation. If the parents want to be able to get something out of this they need to start by going after the doctor that made the allegation. The whole things stinks to high heaven.
What bothers me about the story is that they (the police) KNEW where to go (i.e. Kaiser Permanente) because the parents obviously told the doctor they were taking their son there.
So the police show up at the hospital expecting the child to be at deaths door and a DOCTOR tells the cops - nah - he's ok, and I'm recommending they take him home.
THEN they show up at the home and KIDNAP the child from his parents WITHOUT a WARRANT!!!!
What I dont' understnad is WHY that child is not back home with his parents RIGHT NOW?????
I can see some of your points, however I think one of the main things the lawyer will bring to the courts attention is the fact that the police showed up at the second hospital and saw where the doctors there had said the baby was not in any danger. The police may be "just doing their job" but they aren't mindless robots. They know they f'd up. I don't know why people in this country (not talking about you) have to complicate the Constitution. All this "300 of the Welfare and Institutions Code of CA" and "alleged health risk" is just BS, especially when they had another doctors written assessment that the baby was fine. This splitting hairs to crap on the Constitution is going to start another civil war, scratch that, the civil war has already started, this is just going to expedite it.
Trust me the doctor did not do this out of spite. He/She could care less where or who does the surgery as long as the kid is cared for. When the parents left "without proper discharge" the healthcare workers are mandated by law to call CPS
A little bit of real investigation by CPS would have avoided all of this. All they would have to have done was contact the other doctor at the other hospital where they would have learned that he examined the child and that there was no immediate danger to the child. But nooooo, they had to rush in like the gestapo or the KGB and kidnap the child!! The whole thing was an abomination on behalf of the CPS.
In Florida had those cops and CPS done that and I emptied my 12 gauge into their miserable bodies and killed every one of them the state would have a hard time convicting me of murder. This is why gun control is so important to the leftwing Communist currently in power, they can't fully exercise the control they would "like" to implement without taking all the guns they can away from American citizens. No warrant, no paperwork no "tact" might get someone killed in the future. Maybe that would be a good guise for kidnapping in the future. A few people dress up like cops and CPS workers and start kidnapping children.
What the police did was commit a laudry list of felonies at the order of CPS. tHE POLICE SHOULD BE CHARGED ACCORDINGLY AND THE CPS ADMINSTRATOR THAT GAVE THE ORDER SHOULD BE CHARGED LIKE ANYONE ELSE WHO HIRES SOMEONE TO COMMIT A CRIME FOR THEM.
I am completely fed up with the notion that its just following orders.BULLSh@@.Grow a pair and man up.What you were called to do was violate the fourth amendment.Someone asked and stated that they wondered how many times this has happened that no one knew about.Much more than many of you are aware.Its far worse than this story as well.Imagine having them called on you several times a day for months on end.Your children aren't taken by them but they won't do anything to stop the bast@@ds from stalking you.No in fact they become accomplices.Its all anonymous calls that they claim they can't trace.
By the end of it the stalkers are calling hundreds of times a day.This coupled with other things going on became so scared that their children would end up like jon benei ramsey and ended up giving up custody.
They had no living family to take custody.They would later learn many many years later when their children were grown that is was a terrorist cell doing the calling.It was part of their plan to have them commit suicide so they could collect the cash from a life insurance scam they were running.Nothing is more likely to send one over the edge than screwing with there children.They came real close with that one.
March 4, 2013 at 3:58pm
The guy was lucky it was only a .380 and not a real gun.
My thoughts exactly, Just think if he had shot his mom with a .380, she would probably ground him.
Actually my friends, a .22LR can be deadly...as can a .380. I know what you are saying, and I agree with you. My fav is the 1911-A1 .45. But my little Ruger LCP (.380) is a far better deep conceal weapon then my 1911-A1.
We have several .22 LR pistols, and I treat each of those as though it was the 1911-A1. Don't mean to be a nag...but I would hate for someone who doesn't know much about firearms to one day pick up a .22 and think it was a toy. Same thing applies to the .380. Any weapon for that matter.
What middle class “your programs” is he talking about? The middle class is getting raped and pillaged by morons like Howard Dean so he can make his riches and throw crumbs to the lazy schmucks that support liberal democrats. Hey, Howard, ask about how much I owe on my son’s student loans because we are white middle-class and got no tuition help from anyone. NO MORE TAXES
January 27, 2013 at 3:38pm
What a liar. He said “we” not “I”. He always says “I” about everything he wants to take credit for, no matter how BS it is.
January 9, 2013 at 10:14pm
No need to wonder about what (or who) is directly responsible for the decline of civility in our society. It says it all right there. No respect, no empathy, no humility, no compassion, no manners
January 8, 2013 at 6:51pm
The cops were correct about the violation of privacy rights but they were wrong that it applied to them. The law would only apply to the person being medically treated. Only that person could object to the taping, even if it’s occurring in a public place. And then, even if they felt their privacy was violated, it could only be handled civilly, not in a criminal court, and would not be enforced by the cops. Nice try, flatfoots, but you blew it. But I still think the guy with the camera is a pain in the butt douche for harassing the cops.
Not true...the cops were totally wrong. A person who becomes a patient even in a public place has no expectation of privacy from the general public. The only expectation they have is that the medical providers who cared for them will not divulge any information according to the requirements listed by HIPAA. Someone who is in a car accident can complain all they want about some bystander filming them, but they have no recourse, especially in regards to HIPAA, because it only applies to healthcare workers in their capacity as a healthcare worker.
And the guy was not harrassing the cops...he was standing there with a camera. Ever notice that the only one who is ever accused of "interfering" is the one with the camera? As if he were the only bystander.
The charges are bogus, and the behavior of the police is the only one that is inexcusable.
January 2, 2013 at 12:50pm
Ironically reading about this on “The Blaze”…whatever, prayers to her and her family; she’s always been great on ESPN, unlike some of her colleagues..
Amen Sterling!!! Hannah is a cutie, loves her husband, has a beautiful family and is excellent at what she does on ESPN, the liberal racist network that it is.
God Bless her and her family!!!
Never followed her but one has to assume major skills. As to her accident, I flinched when I read some of the details. About eight years ago I suffered an accidental burn in my kitchen that was first and second degree on my left hand. To this day, I am sensitive to stoves and ovens being on and am somewhat paranoid about turning stoves and ovens off. My hat's off to her.
December 27, 2012 at 10:05pm
If having the information that I owned several guns would prevent Too-ray from moving into my neighborhood I would be very happy to provide him that information.I would give him a demonstration as well. Just when you think he can’t possibly be a bigger douche, Too-ray opens his mouth and destroys that theory.
December 23, 2012 at 10:02pm
Not only is he the worst president in US history, he’s a pretty damn despicable human being. I have to laugh though, when the headline starts “Watch Obama..” there’s no effin’ way..
December 16, 2012 at 7:50pm
No chance I’m watching that adam-henry, I’d rather poke myself in the eye with a sharp stick.
December 14, 2012 at 4:40pm
But what did Toure say? What about this terrible tragedy was racist?
Termination? Really? That’s pretty severe unless this guy has a history of disciplinary problems. The chief should have just had the prosecutor dismiss the cite, publicly apologize to the mom, suspend the cop for 30 days or so (unpaid), counsel, retrain, and stick him on the front desk until retirement. Stupid yes; fired no.
Shame is an unforgiving b****. It has been my experience this is the ONLY real motivator with gubment and managers. Sometimes it can cause folks to knee-jerk (rather than punt).
Seems to me this cop shamed his handlers. Were there other skeletons in the closet? Not as far as we know. So, yeah, firing for just this one incident seems a bit much. I'm pretty sure this boy and his family aren't scarred for life. Time to reign in the emotionalism. You'd think the cop peed on someone.
NO!!! It's time to fire these BOZO's that have no common sence
Agreed, like the article says the Officer has 18yrs on duty and they can him over this? Ya the guy sounds like he needs a stick removed from his butt, but not canned.
YES REALLY -- This cop had no business wearing a badge --- three year old boy potty training, been there done that -- and if letting the boy pee in the yard helps him learn to not pee his pants, by all means OK! cop is a stupi @ss fool for this!