While it does not surprise me that there are extremely stupid people running loose and unsupervised out there (just look at the results of recent national elections,) I am amazed beyond words that they are allowed to procreate.
Comment by Murphy(AZ) — February 10, 2013 @ 1:39 am
The left has always been a friend of the criminal. I’m sure there will be Hollywood celebrities and progressive “elected officials” speaking up next.
When is the Jackson/Sharpton crowd going to scream “racist whitey”?
Comment by JoeBandMember™ — February 10, 2013 @ 7:46 am
All Obama voters. It’s only just begun. Everything HE/THEY do is to pit we the people against each other then sit back and watch while the s**t hits the fan. I’ll bet half those bloggers are the same one’s who were hired during the election to spread their lies. His state of the Union will tell it all. HE/THEY are on the ready get set go line and the address with be the shot to start the 4 year race he was elected for. Can you imagine what’s at the finish line?
Comment by geezerette — February 10, 2013 @ 7:47 am
This is what “identity politics” buys.
Yay for out team!
Comment by DougM (Progophobe) — February 10, 2013 @ 8:30 am
At least with these people coming out in support of this guy, we know who bears watching; “Forewarned is forearmed,” as they say. How many of these mooks and skels are even half as well-armed as this Chris Dorner is?
Comment by Thunderbottom — February 10, 2013 @ 8:46 am
I hope the jerk threatens a properly armed citizen who will do the job that the cops can’t or won’t. We don’t need the guy taken alive so a years long media circus can be held.
Besides, the circus is already booked for the upcoming George Zimmerman trial and resulting nationwide race riots.
Comment by JoeBandMember™ — February 10, 2013 @ 8:46 am
There are scores of support pages for the murderous creep on Facebook alone.
Offline to go puke, here, boss…
Comment by JoeBandMember™ — February 10, 2013 @ 8:53 am
Maybe he was screwed over. The corrupt LAPD has ordered a review of his case.
I’d like to see this go to trial and give him his day in court, but he’s a dead man walking.
I hope a properly armed and experienced citizen ends up threatened to the point of taking the fool out. Otherwise, as I posted earlier, the media circus will go on for years.
I have noticed that the media published pictures of the guy are getting lighter toned all the time. Just like that other one a few months back.
Comment by JoeBandMember™ — February 10, 2013 @ 7:12 pm
I’ve become a real stickler for the 14th Amendment, equal protection and due process.
Many years ago “good” people had no problem with government agencies (law enforcement) stealing property from “bad” people and keeping it or selling it for profit. These are known as seizure laws. While IMO, unconstitutional (you have to sue law enforcement to get your property back) that has now become acceptable and proper.
So, now we have a “crazed killer” on the loose. Let’s just kill him and get it over with, after all everyone is afraid for their lives. Let’s do one better and call a drone strike on him. A US citizen on American soil. One day this will be acceptable and proper.
If he chooses to shoot it out he gets what’s coming to him, if not, he gets the same due process afforded to you and I. If he doesn’t get it, then someday you and I won’t either. Believe me, that day’s coming.
By all means, if he’s brought in alive, give him a trial – for murder. Not a 3rd bite at the apple over his being fired.
I’m aware of the drone story, as I linked to it several comments up in the other post about this topic. Amazing, isn’t it, that Obama is perfectly ok with using drones to target Americans, but not to protect them in places like Benghazi?
Nobody that I’ve seen or heard has given any indication (here in Orange County, where he lives) that they are afraid of this crybaby. The only ones afraid, it would seem, are the region’s various law enforcement agencies – or so their actions indicate,
OK, maybe people who drive late model import pick up trucks are a might apprehensive, too. But the police have apologized for those little gaffes.