Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by padraig, May 5, 2010.
I have a family to look after, I'll take my chances. As Brian said better to be judged by 12.
Amen. Praise the Lord (and pass the ammo.)
I was reading about Trump's visit to South Korea and suddenly, I couldn't get this song out of my head. Don't know why...
Just another “SIGN” of our societal collapse on the Road to Perdition. Far Leftys & Yellow Dog Democrats mocking Prayer and the Christians Praying … Ya Know!!?!! … Those God-n-Gun Clinging Red Staters.
These Leftys want YOU to adore Gubermint as your savior and consider it the font of all knowledge, wealth, succor and protection! ……. Ya Right!!
That same Gubermint (USAF) that failed to put this domestic terrorist in the FBI database, that same Gubermint (Criminal “Justice” System) that did NOT follow up on the Perp’s history of criminality and that same Gubermint that allows crazed, diseased, illegal and/or drug addled humanoids to wander the streets, commit robbery, rape and mayhem ’cause …. Well!! … of PC and Bleeding Heart Idiocy ….. Oh!! … and voting the Democrat “Ticket” every two years.
Thank God for the God-n-Gun (AR15) Clinging NRA Firearms Instructor who had the courage-n-skills to put two rounds in the Perp and pursuing him till The End!! Ninety % of the time, like here, the cowardly POS will run at the first sign of resistance and “Off” themselves rather than face justice!
“Prayer comes under fire after Texas church shooting”
GOD SAVE ALL HERE!!
This fits with descriptions by those who knew him in HI......
Author Klein: Former President Obama is “Popping Gummy Bears Infused with Cannabis”
Author Ed Klein joined the Janet Mefferd Show on Bott Radio Network tonight on Tuesday night and dropped this morsel – Obama is chomping down on pot gummy bears.
Ms. Mefferd, a longtime former religion writer for the Dallas Morning News is now a Christian Talk Show host. On Tuesday she interviewed Ed Klein on his latest book “All out war: the plot to destroy Donald Trump”.
The conversation turned to former President Barack Obama, and how he’s not quite being the warrior that many expected him to be (and I must confess that knowing 1. Obama doesn’t like people (according to a former staffer), 2. that he’s far from the most disciplined of men, and 3. that he may still have some bad habits from his younger days I somewhat expected this).
Mr. Klein dropped this baby H-bomb on the show (around the 15;05 mark):
“According to my sources, despite all the efforts on the part of the Democratic party to get the former president engaged he’s, uh, totally disengaged,
he’s, uh, as you just said, playing video games like a teenager, going back to his “Choom gang” days in Hawai’i when he smoked pot.
He’s popping gummy bears infused with cannabis… all this comes from a source of mine who actually has smoked marijuana with him since he left the White House.”
TGP reader Kurt added: Part of me wants to laugh at this, Jim, yet another part is very uneasy tonight. This is who “we” elected for two four year terms, and given tonight’s Virginia and New Jersey results there are many who would be happy to have such a man in office again (and ignore things like this). Also, remembering how past despots choose people who think like them, he’s got far too many of his own “shadow government” (Mr. Klein’s term) in place already.
he canceled the trip he would make to Brazil in 2017 after the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff (leftist)
The narrative from the left is that stricter gun controls would have prevented the mass shooting at the church in Texas this past Sunday but
as CrewDog stated in his post above the gun controls that are in place failed...
The Air Force Error That Let the Texas Church Shooter Buy a Gun Is Just One of 'Thousands'
By W.J. Hennigan Updated: November 8, 2017 10:00 AM ET | Originally published: November 7, 2017
The U.S. military has launched a review into whether there are widespread failures to properly report military criminal history information to the FBI, after the Air Force mishandled the records of the Texas church killer.
The Pentagon’s inspector general is examining how Devin P. Kelley, an airman who admitted beating his ex-wife and stepson, purchased the assault rifle he used to kill 26 people and injure 20 others at a church Nov. 5 in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
The U.S. military failed to submit Kelley’s name to the National Criminal Information Center, a federal database, which allowed him to side step background checks and purchase guns. The reason for the reporting failure isn’t yet clear, but Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said Tuesday he directed the inspector general to “define what the problem is.”
The Air Force and the Pentagon have both launched reviews into what went wrong, but current and former U.S. service members fear there is an extensive problem of misreporting violent crimes within the military.
“There are thousands of cases that have been misclassified, we just know about this one because (Kelley) decided to shoot up a church,” said Eric R. Carpenter, a former Army lawyer who has spent the past several years sifting through military court-martial data.
Carpenter, now an associate law professor at Florida International University in Miami, recently published an academic study examining 32,000 cases from 2004 through 2012 involving violent crimes within the military. Approximately 1,300 involved clerical errors and misclassifications where there was a domestic violence offense that went unreported, he said. “It was full of errors,” Carpenter said. “I must have spent 20 to 30 hours fixing mistakes.”
The “root problem,” he said, is that the military does not have a standardized system to classify and feed information into the database. Every service branch has a different system that frequently depends on inexperienced, low-ranking service members across the nation to properly input the data.
A misplaced number or letter can ultimately make the difference in whether someone with a criminal history or documented mental-health problems can buy a gun, Carpenter said.
“It’s not just the Air Force,” he said. “It’s a military-wide problem.”
The Air Force said Kelley was convicted by a general court martial on two charges of domestic assault against his wife and stepson under Article 128 of the Uniformed Code of Military Justice. He then served 12-months in confinement at Naval Consolidated Brig Miramar in California. The Air Force does not operate prisons.
He was later released with a “bad conduct” discharge in 2014 and demoted in rank. Federal law prohibited him from buying or possessing firearms after his conviction.
“Initial information indicates that Kelley’s domestic violence offense was not entered into the National Criminal Information Center database by the Holloman Air Force Base Office of Special Investigation,” according to Ann Stefanek, an Air Force spokeswoman.
The Air Force is looking into how that happened, and committed to also conducting “a comprehensive review of Air Force databases to ensure records in other cases have been reported correctly.”
There was a post that showed this as false, this is ONE MOEMENT, the post i saw also showed him frowning with Obama and smiling with Trump. Dont let MSM effect us
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