Drug problem!

Drug problem!

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3 years 47 weeks ago, 12:37 PM

Pkato

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Amen

Amen!

Patrolman Kato
Firearms stand next in importance to the Constitution itself.
They are the American people's liberty teeth and keystone
under independence. -- George Washington
3 years 47 weeks ago, 1:11 PM

zx12rmike

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Don't get me wrong, I know there are serious cases of child abuse in the world. Those people should be punished and their kids taken away. When you can't even punish your kids for the bad decisions they make, where the hell do the libs think society is going to end up. When you don't hold someone (or any entity i.e. the Obama Admin) accountable, they feel free to run amok and do as they please. The government is just like a lib 2 year old. They learn real fast how to lie their way out of everything. God Bless my parents to teach meright from wrong and teach me a lesson when it was very wrong.

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home" Thomas Jefferson
3 years 47 weeks ago, 1:27 PM

Pkato

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I mispoke, I used the wrong words...haha...you fucker, you did only one thing!

YOU LIED, say it...you will feel better, you LIED...now go write it on the whiteboard 1000 times.

I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!
I LIED ABOUT MY VIETNAM SERVICE...I DIDN'T SERVE!

Patrolman Kato
Firearms stand next in importance to the Constitution itself.
They are the American people's liberty teeth and keystone
under independence. -- George Washington
3 years 47 weeks ago, 3:24 PM

Vaquero

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damn

every time I scroll by that, I think my screen froze.

The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth!
3 years 47 weeks ago, 1:33 PM

zx12rmike

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Pkato, this is exactly what I'm talking about. If I were to submit an application for a job and I lied. The company finds out I lied. Would I just be able to say OOOOOOPS I don't think so. Happens every day in our political sys libs or not. I'm sick of it. They don't even try to hide their lies anymore like the old days of Nixon, Kennedy and so forth.

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home" Thomas Jefferson
3 years 47 weeks ago, 3:21 PM

ecaman

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The letter

The letter is speaking of learning responsibility and respect.
I believe that most of us members here learned these lessons, and still practice them. That's one of the reasons I like this site. I like to associate with people whom I can respect.
How much responsibility and is being taught the young people today? My grandchildren are learning it, but I'm lucky in that my children are responsible, respectful people.
What do the kids today learn in their schools, or from those in public office (example: the AG in CT), or God help us, from the media?
It's time for us to again show some responsibility, to set examples, and to take our country back. We start by writing letters to newspapers, magazines, media outlets, and politicians.
We follow up by voting only for those people who exemplify responsibility and respect, and by working for their election.
We must make our voices heard.

If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you. This is the principal difference between a dog and a man. (Mark Twain).
3 years 47 weeks ago, 3:32 PM

Vaquero

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who the older conservatives were worrying about and blaming for the direction of our country.
1 question.
Who on this page can honestly say that you are doing a better job of raising children and leading in your community than your father or grandfather?
If you were lucky, you might even remember your great grandfather.

I am nowhere near the concerned citizen that my grandfather was, I am however, more active in the lives of my children and community than my father.
Perceptions change from generation to generation.
Grandpa went thru the depression, dad had Hank Williams and V8s.
Not stepping on toes guys, just an observation.
Look at what all I had!

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3 years 47 weeks ago, 3:59 PM

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AMEN

AMEN

"Socialism is the philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy"-Winston Churchill
3 years 47 weeks ago, 4:53 PM

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Not easy to admit this, but our common denominator is honesty.. I was raised poor, and with values.. For real.. i went in the Navy cause Pop had served in WWII.. Like a lot of us raised on John and WWII movies, i was afraid the war would end all thru high school..Funny i'm telling you guys this, and would no more tell the kids than jump off a roof..

I was pretty screwed up when i got out of the service, got involved with the wrong crowd.. (this shit is not easy to talk about) This was NOT because of any danger i had been in..Might have had something to do with us losing two air crews.. That survivor guilt thing is real, but honestly i think it was more the fact i was a dumb kid, and the mood of the country in 71

By the way on Pkatos comment.. that's the one thing you just can't do as a vet.. lie about being in theater.. I could forgive a non vet for this.. But for a vet to lie about something that fundamental is just wrong..and I sure hope Connecticut sees the boys morally bankrupt..

Anyway I'm going to skip past a lot of stuff that i wish i would have been wise and/or mature enough to avoid.. I wasn't..and the end result was a lot of drugs, and a lot of the same "anything goes" attitude that has led to the problems we face now..

The only thing good about the story is that i still had enough of the fundamental values i was raised with to turn my life around when i finally did grow up..and the beauty of our country is that (the fundamental thing i was taught about work) if you work harder than the average guy you will always have a job..and if you work the hardest you will be rewarded for it..

If i had matured a little earlier i wouldn't be on this crappy ass walmart coal powered lap top.. But at least i grew up in time that i could turn my life around, and can now look in the mirror with pride.. That being said to answer Vaq's question.. I can guarantee that my folks worked harder than i had to..and did not have life half as easy.

Sad thing is were living in a country where half the kids aren't graduating from high school, and all the "anything goes" junk has come back to haunt us.. You can't fail, your pushed thru one grade to the next, and we still have this 50% drop out rate.. I'm not sure what the future will be for the G-kids.. But i know thier loved, and are getting the values we were raised with..I just hope that they mature a bit earlier.. and i hope the Nations best days aren't behind her.

a man has to hold his word, hold his beliefs, and hold a good sight picture.
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