The Campaign For DA

12.06.2015

Be On The Look Out For The Waco DA!




He might arrest all of you (including reporters) for being involved in Organized Crime!


19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Seriously...are you sinking to a new low?

Anonymous said...

Troll

Anonymous said...

You're a little more f'ed up every time I check in.

Anonymous said...

the police presence at the rally was unbelievable. Mobile command centers, dogs, tactile gear weapons everywhere.
Typical of this country. Guarantee if the Muslims had a rally they wouldn't show up like that. Wouldn't want to offend those pricks
There was no way the bandidos or Cossacks were showin up. Sheesh. Embarrassing
We must have the dumbest police in the world.

Anonymous said...

So glad DPS was there to keep everyone safe, Barry was your mom there?

Anonymous said...

You may think they are dumb but, I have seen Cossacks at the Toy Run. and last year a fight broke out at the park in Bridgeport during the festivities. I think the police were trying to be on top of things.

Anonymous said...

You're an idiot! For one, the initial fight started in the parking lot last year. There were subsequent fights in others cities that ultimately led to Waco incident. Two, there were some initial threats of retaliation thus the police presence. How about this...we have a meeting of the banditos and Cossacks and you use your lawyering skills to have them play nice together. Good luck with it and before you do I would recommend you update your will in case there's not police willing to protect you from you...

Bear said...

Too many crazy people. That is why I avoid the Toy Run. I make donations to the Salvation Army, Wise County Committee on Aging and WARM. Money goes to good causes.

Anonymous said...

Uhhh the codssacks were there... And the bandidos were in rhome, sending scouts w/o their cuts up to recon...

Anonymous said...

I thought their name was The Cocksacks Biker gang.

Katy Anders said...

7:51: No, don't make donations to the Salvation Army! It's an evil cult.

DF Peter Fonda said...

And if there had NOT been the law enforcement presence and things got bad, you would be raising hell because the cops were not there.

Bottom line - a lot of bikers are good, honest hard working folks BUT there are the lawless organized crime bikers too. You lay down with dogs, you attract fleas.

Anonymous said...

Bandits are always in Rhome. They are less of a threat to citizens than that crazy police chief

Anonymous said...

Cops just can't get it right! Too many or not enough. I should have been a Fire fighter so people would love me.

Bear said...

Katy,

I have heard many success stories about the Salvation Army. And very few bad stories. Please elaborate. I would like to know if I need to stop for real.

DF Alfred E. Newman said...

You seriously would make a decision based on this internet Mad Magazine? BAHAHAHAHAHA. What a doofus.

Katy Anders said...

Bear: A few years back, I worked at a non-profit law office that represented people with HIV/AIDS. We had someone come to us who had tried to get into a drug treatment program at Salvation Army and said he had been turned down once they discovered he had HIV. "On no, we can't help YOU."

Most places would have, at a minimum, helped him find a different program. I mean, if someone has opened a place for drug abusers and the poor, it usually indicates they care!

So we thought he might have misunderstood, or maybe they'd thought he was on some kind of weird meds for his illness. We told him we'd write a letter just to clarify, but we weren't going to sue, and we did. The letter made it clear we weren't looking to sue.

We received back a letter about 4 days later that said (and I'm paraphrasing), "The Salvation Army is a religion and may legally discriminate on any basis, including race, religion, sex, national origin, and disability [this last part was in bold]. Therefore, any discrimination or animus on the part of your local Salvation Army program has no legal significance. Your client has no right to obtain our drug rehabilitation services. Further action against the Salvation Army will result in attorney's fees being assessed against your client."

It was then signed by no fewer than 12(!) people, like this:
General and Mrs. X
Captain and Mrs. Y
Lt. and Mrs. Z
Corporal and Mrs. AA.
etc.

It just left such a bad taste in my mouth over them. They could have said anything, and chose to bully and boast to some 3rd year law students and a sick drug addict trying to get better. They might do some great work, but that letter is all I see come bell ringer time.

Bear said...

Katy,

Thanks for sharing and I'm sorry the client was mistreated. I will take this into consideration when I prepare my year end giving decisions.

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU DF PETER FONDA!!!!! Wise County SO was present last year...and a bunch of idiot bikers decide to jump another guy....if there had not been a LEO presence yesterday and something happened...y'all would be bashing the hell out of WSCO today!