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(Examiner)   Eric Holder has approved drone strikes against the Bundy Ranch. STUDY IT OUT   (examiner.com) divider line 256
    More: Scary, Attorney General Eric Holder, Bundy, Bundy ranch, Oath Keepers, drone strikes, domestic terrorists, Steve Schmidt  
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2014-04-30 10:09:54 AM  

Zeb Hesselgresser: Don't worry, the time will come when this sort of civil disobedience will be met with a swift and brutal response.  Right now, it's just not politically expedient.

Be patient, we'll get our boots on their throats soon enough.


well i asked if there was anyone on fark who still defends this racist moocher... i guess i got my answer!
 
2014-04-30 10:51:07 AM  

HeadLever: udhq: I'm not saying the should be killed, but police should move to arrest them, and be prepared to meet any violent resistance with overwhelming force.

But what if moving to arrest them is very likely to cause many to be killed - kind of like Waco?


Something something rule of law.  Something something due process.

Oh, you mean you think that those are one way streets.  Ok.  Well FWIW part of getting your "due process" is by adhering to "the process" which means you answer subpoena's, comply with lawful orders by the police, and appear at court if called.

"Hiding out on your ranch and threatening to shoot you a tax man if he comes within a hundred yards of your property" isn't "due process" it's "flounting the law".

Oh boo hoo, it might be dangerous and people might die.  We do this every day for drug crimes.  Run into potentially dangerous situations and arrest people who have utter disregard for their safety and that of those around them.

But this is different.  Because reasons.
 
2014-04-30 11:22:30 AM  

BeesNuts: HeadLever: udhq: I'm not saying the should be killed, but police should move to arrest them, and be prepared to meet any violent resistance with overwhelming force.

But what if moving to arrest them is very likely to cause many to be killed - kind of like Waco?

Something something rule of law.  Something something due process.

Oh, you mean you think that those are one way streets.  Ok.  Well FWIW part of getting your "due process" is by adhering to "the process" which means you answer subpoena's, comply with lawful orders by the police, and appear at court if called.

"Hiding out on your ranch and threatening to shoot you a tax man if he comes within a hundred yards of your property" isn't "due process" it's "flounting the law".

Oh boo hoo, it might be dangerous and people might die.  We do this every day for drug crimes.  Run into potentially dangerous situations and arrest people who have utter disregard for their safety and that of those around them.

But this is different.  Because reasons.


He's done replying because we're unreasonable :P
 
2014-04-30 12:13:15 PM  
Has anyone won the thread yet?
 
2014-04-30 04:30:28 PM  

SenorPez: Has anyone won the thread yet?


The  Derpinistas?
 
2014-04-30 04:41:36 PM  

Laobaojun: SenorPez: Has anyone won the thread yet?

The  Derpinistas?


No! It is WharDerpocancrats
 
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