Oy! The Neighborhood Patrol

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by GEM, Aug 19, 2007.

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  1. GhostlyKarliion

    GhostlyKarliion Member

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    sheesh, any 5 year old can come up with a solution to that one...

    the watch needs to start carrying .50 BMG rifles :D
     
  2. Avenger29

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    Naw, I want to see the watch toting punt guns...

    Bring enough gun!:evil:
     
  3. JohnL2

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    Yes, I have to correct myself. I shouldn't have just villified one political party. They all want to look good for their constituents.
    ALL politicians are suspect. We really should look more for exceptional individual statesmen or stateswomen.
     
  4. beaucoup ammo

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    I've been in "Neighborhood Patrol" here in NE San Antonio for several years. The area known as "Camelot" off Walzem Road. A bad element has moved into the area over the past few years. Armed robberies happen on Walzem and the BG's run into our residential area looking for open garage doors, fence gates that aren't closed, old people who can be roughed up,etc.

    The neighborhood association is mostly retired military (never say "ex" or "former!" once you've been in it, it's always in you). Most of us have CHL's and always pack..never with the intention of using, but if we need to, it's there. Cell phones are primary to call Neighborhood Cop who patrols this area. You know exactly what I mean. It gives the ladies in their gardens during the weekdays, the old guys in wheelchairs washing their cars, etc. an extra sense of security.

    Scum have stolen power wheel chairs, cars, deal dope out of a big apartment complex and roam the streets with blaring rap bass in their cars.

    You MUST show a strong presence that will make these scum bags think twice about commiting crimes here.
     
  5. wjustinen

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    Strangely enough this quote describes the way things are supposed to be.

    To Protect and Serve is a slogan designed to convince people to accept living in a police state as the norm. Unfortunately even many nominally 2A people have bought into it.
     
  6. Optical Serenity

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    Sounds pretty cool, though down here in the south the police departments actually encourage this type behavior :)
     
  7. perpster

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    Are they JPFO members?;)
     
  8. Warren

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    Somebody is going to be walking the streets at night. Choose who you prefer. The armed good guy or the armed badguy.

    The mayor is just expressing the usual collectivist nonsense that people are incompetent boobs who will do a great deal of damage if not tightly controlled and watched over. Which, you know, is ironic.
     
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    I am sincerely glad that someone at least did a "follow up" story to report that there is no follow up... At least not a negative one.

    I am sickened by the sheep like mentality some of these politicians wish to inflict on it's citizens..

    Shame on them!
     
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