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@KidBoy2 wrote:

Montana Sheriff's Deputy Killed, Suspects Caught After Chase

 

 

May the officer R.I.P. and our hearts go out to his family and loved ones.

 

In the line of duty.  Were would we be without our Police protecting us? Yep, there are some bad dudes out there, they aren't all alike.  They sound like they have mental health issues....going out to kill there kids.

 

Its makes me sick to have people bashing our police.  It makes me sick that some think all cops are "equal" and not recognizing the fact there are bad cops, or cops taking out their racism out on minorities.  Not very open-minded.  But let's be clear here, shall we? I have YET to see a post "bashing the police".  IMO, you made that up to make a point.  I have seen several posts pointing out bad police behavior on occassion.  There's a HUGE difference.

 

 


 


What a shame Deputy Moore didn't shoot first making Barrus an entry on your "victims" list.


Those who really support the law do not advocate murder no matter who is the murderer or victim.


Have you taken the trouble to actually read of the events that led up to the shooting?


I mistakenly thought you actually meant what you posted. 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

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Have you or your expert adviser actually read the circumstances that led up to the killing?

 

Hint - ask her what the rules are for a police officer after he has already been shot??


Really?  You had trouble with that?


Not me. But some seem to have not read the story before responding with the usual assumptions - you know, "Bad cop, bad cop".  A total fallacy.  No one said the cop in this case was a "bad cop".  Just the usual deflection from facts to make a strongly biased point.  The usual methodology for Conservatives here.  Most would be embarrassed....

Ah, but had the doer been killed before killing the Officer, he would have been on your "victim's" list.

 

"rk" keeps posting more fallacies.  Apparently facts don't serve Conservatives, they can't get their digs in....  Fact is, the database of those killed by police is owned by the Washington Post.....and you can find it here since you are so concerned about someone being on it:

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/police-shootings-2017/

 

So, what do you think would you have like to see the cop killer as part of your victims list rather than the police officer dead?  Again with the "only two options" that "rk" can come up.  Intelligent people don't limit themselves to only two options like Rush teaches you.

I have no idea how your obsession got into this, but when two people are shooting at each other, it pretty much does come down to two options.  Two people aren't shooting at each other.  Again, another fallacy posted by "rk".


 


 


 


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@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:


Have you or your expert adviser actually read the circumstances that led up to the killing?

 

Hint - ask her what the rules are for a police officer after he has already been shot??


Really?  You had trouble with that?


Not me. But some seem to have not read the story before responding with the usual assumptions - you know, "Bad cop, bad cop".  A total fallacy.  No one said the cop in this case was a "bad cop".  Just the usual deflection from facts to make a strongly biased point.  The usual methodology for Conservatives here.  Most would be embarrassed....

Ah, but had the doer been killed before killing the Officer, he would have been on your "victim's" list.

 

So, what do you think would you have like to see the cop killer as part of your victims list rather than the police officer dead?  Again with the "only two options" that "rk" can come up.  Intelligent people don't limit themselves to only two options like Rush teaches you.

I have no idea how your obsession got into this, but when two people are shooting at each other, it pretty much does come down to two options.


 


 


It's now been firmly established that the right winger was a trump supporting Alex Jones listener who agreed with Milo as well as embracing some other right wing causes...

Does rk9152 see that as constituting sufficient cause to shoot him first?

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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:


Have you or your expert adviser actually read the circumstances that led up to the killing?

 

Hint - ask her what the rules are for a police officer after he has already been shot??


Really?  You had trouble with that?


Not me. But some seem to have not read the story before responding with the usual assumptions - you know, "Bad cop, bad cop".  A total fallacy.  No one said the cop in this case was a "bad cop".  Just the usual deflection from facts to make a strongly biased point.  The usual methodology for Conservatives here.  Most would be embarrassed....

Ah, but had the doer been killed before killing the Officer, he would have been on your "victim's" list.

 

So, what do you think would you have like to see the cop killer as part of your victims list rather than the police officer dead?  Again with the "only two options" that "rk" can come up.  Intelligent people don't limit themselves to only two options like Rush teaches you.

I have no idea how your obsession got into this, but when two people are shooting at each other, it pretty much does come down to two options.


 


 

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Now a pair of white trump supporting ultra right fringe domestic terrorists have - by murdering a Montana Sheriff Deputy - further ramped up the level of uncertainty regarding every contact with a member of the public that law enforcement has to deal with on a daily basis.

 

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One cannot "buy" their way out their lack of support for the police by making a contribution and trying to "guilt trip" others.


Some people actually care and do something about it, while others just whine and chide others to "feel better".


You are conflating two separate issues. One is supporting police officers the other is supporting the families of fallen police officers. Both are needed


Nope!  Same issue. Conservatives just love to attack those who want to solve the problem of excessive violence by some officers....it's really asinine.  Many fewer cops would be killed if ALL cops were effective in their jobs vs. the "shoot first" mentality of some of the bad cops.  Only those who have difficulty with comprehension don't see that as supporting law enforcement.


Beat cops would be a whole lot LESS likely to over-react if Republican policies for the last 30 year had not made their jobs nearly impossible.

 

The ending of support for custodial care of mentally ill patients put those patients on the streets, and guess who gets to deal with them?

 

The century of racial discrimination has left our minorities doing the same work for less pay at the "top" of the ladder, and left most of them at the bottom doing much more physically demanding work for less pay then they got baqck in 1964. That creates resentment, anger and frustration that most understandably erupts in violence, and guess who gets to deal with that?

 

Republicnas War on Women have caused thousands of unwanted kids to be born with all the programs that might have helped them cope eliminated to pay for billionaire tax scams. So nowthese kids are on the streets with no "education" in how to behave and a lifetime of psychological and physical abuse teaching them violence is always an acceptable solution. Guess who gets to deal with them?

 

We have an epidemic of drug abuse, a criminal infrastructure funded with billions of mostly stolen dollars and tens of thousands of military grade weapons, all because the Republicans at all levels insist we increase punishment of the addicts instead of decriminalizing drug use and shutting down the money stream to the criminals, and guess who has to deal with all that mess?

 

The reality here is that the Republicans are responsible for virtually all the reasons cops get shot on the job, but SOMEHOW the GOPers insist THEY are on the side of "Law And Order" when all they really want to do is make money running for profit prisons and selling guns the the crooks.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:


One cannot "buy" their way out their lack of support for the police by making a contribution and trying to "guilt trip" others.


Some people actually care and do something about it, while others just whine and chide others to "feel better".


You are conflating two separate issues. One is supporting police officers the other is supporting the families of fallen police officers. Both are needed


Nope!  Same issue. Conservatives just love to attack those who want to solve the problem of excessive violence by some officers....it's really asinine.  Many fewer cops would be killed if ALL cops were effective in their jobs vs. the "shoot first" mentality of some of the bad cops.  Only those who have difficulty with comprehension don't see that as supporting law enforcement.


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@rk9152 wrote:

@Centristsin2010 wrote:


Have you or your expert adviser actually read the circumstances that led up to the killing?

 

Hint - ask her what the rules are for a police officer after he has already been shot??


Really?  You had trouble with that?


Not me. But some seem to have not read the story before responding with the usual assumptions - you know, "Bad cop, bad cop".  A total fallacy.  No one said the cop in this case was a "bad cop".  Just the usual deflection from facts to make a strongly biased point.  The usual methodology for Conservatives here.  Most would be embarrassed....

 

So, what do you think would you have like to see the cop killer as part of your victims list rather than the police officer dead?  Again with the "only two options" that "rk" can come up.  Intelligent people don't limit themselves to only two options like Rush teaches you.


 


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One cannot "buy" their way out their lack of support for the police by making a contribution and trying to "guilt trip" others.


Some people actually care and do something about it, while others just whine and chide others to "feel better".


You are conflating two separate issues. One is supporting police officers the other is supporting the families of fallen police officers. Both are needed

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Have you or your expert adviser actually read the circumstances that led up to the killing?

 

Hint - ask her what the rules are for a police officer after he has already been shot??


Really?  You had trouble with that?


Not me. But some seem to have not read the story before responding with the usual assumptions - you know, "Bad cop, bad cop".

 

So, what do you think would you have like to see the cop killer as part of your victims list rather than the police officer dead?

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