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Sherrif Baca

Discussion in 'Legal' started by QuickDraw, Jun 8, 2007.

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  1. QuickDraw

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    This isn't a Paris Hilton thread!!
    Isn't Sheriff Baca a friend of the 2nd amendment?
    I understand that he makes getting a ccw almost
    shall issue.Could he get fired,making one less
    ccw friendly sherrif in Cali?
    Or do I have it wrong?
     
  2. Dale Taylor

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  3. Pilgrim

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    I don't think so. I think you are confusing him with the Sheriff of Orange County.

    Pilgrim
     
  4. JerryM

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    While I like those in support of the 2nd, that does not give them license to pull such shenanigans as Baca.

    Jerry
     
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    No. Baca is not a friend to the 2nd.
     
  7. Pilgrim

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    Sheriff Baca was caught trying to create a special reserve force of celebrities so he could give them concealed weapons permits. They required no reserve training to qualify. They did not have to perform any duties.

    Pilgrim
     
  8. Colt46

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    He's the Poster Child for what's wrong with CCW

    It's a system to reward political cronies in this state. My local sheriff at least isn't corrupt. She said that nobody gets one from her. So far it seems she has stood by that.
     
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    "My local sheriff at least isn't corrupt. She said that nobody gets one from her. So far it seems she has stood by that."

    Unconstitutional but not corrupt-what is worse??
     
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    Yeah Baca definitely is anti-CCW and corrupt (yet somehow, he stays in office.... hmmm) - his "executive reserve corps" was disbanded after one "reserve deputy" was arrested by the FBI for money laundering, and another was charged after he pointed his weapon at innocent civlians.

    While the LASO is a progressive department in that they have some of the most advanced research going on into new police tools and techniques and are usually the ones to bring out a new technology like bean-bag shotgun rounds, Baca is a moron and should be thrown out of office. Unfortunately it is ridiculously hard to unseat an incumbant because of stupid people who either don't vote or simply vote for the incumbant for no reason.

    Hopefully, Sheriff Carona will set an example that the rest of the state will eventually follow.
     
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    i guess you keep forgetting the peoples republic of kaleefooornya is full of morons who are still in office .......... for some reason...................
     
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    Completely WRONG. Baca is almost as anti as they come. Sherif Corona in Orange county is who you describe.
    I can't wait until the next election he's out. County commissioners don't like him CCW'ers hate him he is "NO ISSUE". And because of the stupid comments he made in today's press conference about the system being "completely broken", It's his system and he's done nothing to fix it, violates the law as much as any criminal.

    Don Meredith for LA County Sheriff 2010
     
  13. QuickDraw

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    Ahhh,Corona.He's the one I was thinking about.
    Sorry for the confusion.
     
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    Good. I was wondering if I should post a "what caliber for Paris Hilton?" thread.
     
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    For millionaire celebrities. For average "Joe's, " he's no-issue.
     
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    I'd guess a real big bore. :neener:
     
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    Hey Quickdraw.....So you are the other conservative I heard about in the bay area...:D
     
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    I may not agree with someone's moral stance, but at least they're willing to make one. Yes, that is the realm of egomaniacs, tyrants, and sociopaths, but people

    Which isn't to say that such behavior will be exonerated. I'm just trying to provide rhetoric to support the idea that taking a stand on a flawed premise and staying within what you perceive to be the rules and what is right is better than taking the low road of self-interest and fulfillment.

    ETA: Isn't baca a Spanish or Italian word for something?
     
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    Baka is Japanese for Idiot


    Jefferson
     
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    Vaca is spanish for cow... Baca is spanish for... roof rack?
     
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    Baca and Bratton--the best law enforcement you can buy.

    SoCal is blessed by this mighty duo.
     
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    You must be joking
     
  24. glockman19

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    Can you say "TERM LIMITS"

    Can you say "TERM LIMITS"

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    Senator Feinstein stands with LA County Sheriff Lee Baca and LA Police Chief William Bratton from the Los Angeles Police Department to express the importance of reauthorizing the assault weapons ban.

    (August 21, 2003)​
     
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    Yep. He's a goner.

    Doesn't he know THR's policy on photos? If you and Feinstein are in the same photo, we can't like you. Sorry. We could have been friends.
     
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