Things I learned on the internet Part 3

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Dragoon44, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. Dragoon44

    Dragoon44 Unfair Facist
    Lifetime Member

    Anything you don't like is a violation of your constitutional rights.

    Not having your feelings butt hurt is a constitutional right. (And should be compensable in 7 figure sums.)

    It's a violation of your rights if a police officer is not nice to you and tells you anything you don't want to hear.

    The people that screech the loudest about "Rights" and "Liberty" are the ones screeching the loudest to silence other peoples opinions.

    Among the "super patriots" "Rights" is a code word for "What I want".

    The ones preoccupied with "Rights" mean THEIR rights which more often than not are the product of their own private interpretations of the Constitution with no basis in established case law or SCOTUS opinions.

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  3. Lol. Too true.

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  4. Stop wrecking illusional paradigms.

    You're hurting feelings!
  5. Patchman

    Patchman Florist

    I love how, in order to fit their own agendas, people post heavily edited videos. You never see the 5 or 10 minutes before the incident, where the woman was inciting violence against the cops.
    #4 Patchman, Oct 1, 2012
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2012
  6. And no shortage of babies here, either.....

    "My RKBA rights trump your property rights."
  7. Patchman

    Patchman Florist

    I don't think it's being a "baby" to want to see an entire video (instead of just the "damning" part) before forming an opinion. You know, get a better picture of the cause-and-effect.

    Yes, I understand this might not go over too well with some onboard the USS TitanticallyAntiLEO.
    #6 Patchman, Oct 1, 2012
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2012
  8. Where do all of these randoms come from?

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  9. I have no idea where you are going...

    My reference was to those few GT idiots that somehow think our RKBA trumps all else...Sorry, but it never has and it never wille that way but something I've seen on Gt over the years.

    Your RKBA rights stiop at the front door of my home and business. Don't like it? Shop elsewhere.

    That said, I do not own a business and if I did, all CCW would be welcomed. My point was directed at those who erroneously "think" otherwise.
  10. Sometimes the lowest of trolls like to infiltrate Cop Talk, upset the apple cart and piss off as many of the regulars as they can, and then pop back up with a thread of their own in which they attempt to smooth it all over and co-miserate with their Cop Talk pals about PTSD.


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  12. OC, I'll give you that one...I was posting 'here' when I should have been posting 'there'.....

    Now, back to our regularly scheduled program.
  13. Mayhem like Me

    Mayhem like Me Semper Paratus

    Brake emptyhold?
  14. Diez quatro.
  15. Ship A'Hoy

    Ship A'Hoy Trigger Control

    From the internet: Any media story about a firearm is 100% wrong. Any media story about police harrassment is 100% correct.
  16. Bruce M

    It is an irrisputable fact that the officer must have probably cause to detain you.
  17. And in order for the detention to be lawful they must have made an appointment and of course, they must be wearing their hat. :rofl:
  18. Dragoon44

    Dragoon44 Unfair Facist
    Lifetime Member

    Gun rights activists are blessed. their "Rights" always seem to match whatever it is they want or desire.

    Reading comprehension and critical thinking skills are enemies of "Truth". And are hindrances in forming a "Correct" opinion.
    #17 Dragoon44, Oct 2, 2012
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2012
  19. razdog76

    razdog76 Heavy Mettle

    Hence they're right, and we are wrong.:upeyes:
  20. Arc Angel

    Arc Angel Deus Vult!

    :supergrin: That's funny! Me? I've learned that far too many cops are socially introverted, modestly intelligent, largely close minded, and genuinely insensitive to their fellow citizens and the relevant social issues of the day. In police work you've only got to be smart enough to do exactly as you're told; and, may God help the subject population anytime a police officer discovers that he can use his privileged social position to suit his own personal prejudice or whims, and subvert the law for his own individual use; BUT, fortunately, that would never happen; now, would it. :freak:
  21. Patchman

    Patchman Florist

    That cops have no duty to protect. But when it's time to personally needing police service, callers expect the responding LEOs to lay down their lives. But otherwise cops have no duty to protect.
    #20 Patchman, Oct 2, 2012
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2012

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