Home - by BigFurHat - January 2, 2013 - 09:00 America/New_York - 14 Comments
January 2nd, 2013
Funny, I don’t need the FBI or Brit stats to know the truth because the truth is always the exact opposite of what the media reports.
When it comes to truth or accuracy on anything…
YOU JUST CANNOT BELEIVE A LIBERAL FOR S#!+ .
GUN CONTROL doesn’t have a damn thing to do with CRIME! Our government fears armed patriots a hell of a lot more than it does armed criminals. Fast and Furious is proof of that.
Maudie N Mandeville
6 minutes to memorize.
Great, impartial presentation!
And I’m not the least bit surprised that most crime occurs in “pockets” in cities of 250K+. Any thinking person who has ever lived in a big city knows this.
But, as the man said, it doesn’t fit their agenda so you’ll never hear about it.
Nice shot at Piers Morgan and Feinstein. Hehehe.
The most important video of the year.
I’ve a thousand dollars for this guys senate/house campaign if he runs. He may look like a hipster doofus but I like the fact based presentation, which would be an asset against the corruptocrats on the hill.
Wyatt, Insensitive Progressive Jerk
It is difficult to solve crime; criminals frequently don’t follow the rules laid down to solve crime.
It’s much easier to punish the law abiding; they follow the rules.
By punishing the law abiding, liberals can pretend that they care and that they are doing something.
Just wait till Socailsim really kicks in over the next 4 years. You are going to see the crime rates jump in the United States, that is if history is to be beleived. My case in point is Venezuala and how violent that society has become under Chavezism.
Correction: misspelled Socialism, believed and Venezuela – but the place is still a cesspool thanks to Chavez.
I’m really wondering how the bummer will work in his love for Chavez and their new approval to make AKs with the anti-gun mentality. Will Venezuela going to make bummer “approved” AKs?
Stranded in Sonoma
@Plain Jane — And the year just began.
Someone on YouTube made a valid point. They didn’t make it well (!) but it is valid.
If this country defines “violent crime” minus non-aggravated assault, but another country defines it while including non-aggravated assault, how can you compare the violent crime rate in two countries?
So, if someone on a bicycle steals the wallet out of my hand as he rides by, that’s not a violent crime. But if he gets off the bike, slugs me in the mouth, and then takes my wallet, that is violent crime. I get that. But if another country defines the first example above as violent crime, then those rates are going to be different.
The video is quite good, don’t get me wrong. And it does point out the violent crime rate in this country and, importantly, where it is located. But if you’re going to compare statistics with a different country, make sure you are comparing apples to apples. Otherwise, you’re no better than the agenda-driven crowd.
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