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    Tragic day for our men in blue......
    http://news.yahoo.com/two-nypd-offic...212637751.html

  • #2
    This was the worst kind of news I could ever imagine. Many prayers will go out for all the boys in blue. It's a job I never would have done. I was a fire captain and that was close enough for me.

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    • #3
      My Prayers are with these two fallen Men...RIP...and to the SCUM that did this...I'm sure this POS is getting his right now...

      John
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      • #4
        Condolences to the families of these two men. Prayers of safety to the men and women who remain on duty in spite of the people they are required to protect. This moment is the culmination of months of race-hating by Sharpton and enabling by obama, Holder and De Blasio. Let's hope it ends here. Pray it ends here.
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        • #5
          Prayers offered up for the grieving families of the two slain Policemen. Sharpton and de Blasio have the blood of these NYPD officers on their hands.

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          • clayusmcret
            clayusmcret commented
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            This is so true.

        • #6
          Again another terrible occurrence.
          I would like to make this very clear, so as advocates of having firearms on their possession choose to misinterpret the facts.
          Then attempt to turn the incident into an ad hominem argument.

          One should ask themselves if the assailant did not have a handgun could this abhor able crime have been committed with such relative ease?
          Sure the offender may have tried to stab, pummel, use another weapon. Often when this is the case, the 'victim' still has a chance to survive, and does.
          However the use of a handgun allows this, and similar type of crimes to be committed on a daily occurrence with a substantially more goal related 'positive' result'

          Did the fact that both of the Policemen have firearms prevent such an occurrence?
          The often declared statement; "the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun", appears to fall short.

          Again there is one common denominator in these events.

          The attached link is an interesting read, based upon facts from the World health organization.

          http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2...y-study-finds/

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          • #7
            Prayers also to the family of the police officer killed in Florida this morning.

            http://www.clickorlando.com/news/pol...orida/30340906
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            • #8
              I am with you folks who are praying for the NYPD family members of those lost in this cowardly act. Also for those who are still on the job, in the midst of it all.
              May God bless America while we are in this period of need.
              My best to each of you.
              RM

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              • #9
                Originally posted by pearlblue1800 View Post
                Again another terrible occurrence.
                I would like to make this very clear, so as advocates of having firearms on their possession choose to misinterpret the facts.
                Then attempt to turn the incident into an ad hominem argument.

                One should ask themselves if the assailant did not have a handgun could this abhor able crime have been committed with such relative ease?
                Sure the offender may have tried to stab, pummel, use another weapon. Often is the case the 'victim' still has a chance to survive, and does.
                However the use of a handgun allows this, and similar type of crimes to be committed on a daily occurrence with a substantially more goal related 'positive' result'

                Did the fact that both of the Policemen have firearms prevent such an occurrence?
                The statement or statement , the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun, appears to fall short.

                Again there is one common denominator in these events. We agree pearlblue there is one common denominator - evil men.

                The attached link is an interesting read, based upon facts from the World health organization.

                http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2...y-study-finds/
                Tell us pearl how the restrictive gun laws of Canada helped prevent the three RCMP from being killed just months ago. You can also comment on the fact that knives are three times more likely than guns to be used in violent crime in Canada. Also explain how "The culture of encouraging education, and not rewarding foolishness will bode much better lifestyle for everyone." has helped curb crime in Canada in that "half of all people accused of knife violence in Canada are between the ages of 12 and 24."
                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Moncton_shootings
                http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/gazette/vo...-faits-eng.htm

                Here is an interesting link that is an interesting read that proves with statistics that "based on these statistics, you are more than twice as likely to be a victim of knife crime in the UK as you are to be a victim of gun crime in the US. "http://sob.apotheon.org/?p=1323


                What about this interesting read "1,000 knife crime victims in London each month, shocking new figures show :http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime...w-8681511.html

                Again the one common denominator is evil men..... deal with the evil solve the crime. A good start is "Thou shall not murder"

                A common sense thought experiment........................Wing_it

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by pearlblue1800 View Post
                  ...The often declared statement; "the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun", appears to fall short.
                  Actually, the incident shows nothing of the sort. The statement isn't "a good guy with a gun will always stop a bad guy with a gun". You are twisting logic to fit your desired ends.

                  I'll keep repeating two questions, though I doubt you have the means to fully answer them.

                  Why did you choose this country?

                  What does American gun deaths have to do with Australians rethinking their gun policies?
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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by pearlblue1800 View Post
                    Again another terrible occurrence.
                    I would like to make this very clear, so as advocates of having firearms on their possession choose to misinterpret the facts.
                    Then attempt to turn the incident into an ad hominem argument.

                    One should ask themselves if the assailant did not have a handgun could this abhor able crime have been committed with such relative ease?
                    Sure the offender may have tried to stab, pummel, use another weapon. Often when this is the case, the 'victim' still has a chance to survive, and does.
                    However the use of a handgun allows this, and similar type of crimes to be committed on a daily occurrence with a substantially more goal related 'positive' result'

                    Did the fact that both of the Policemen have firearms prevent such an occurrence?
                    The often declared statement; "the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun", appears to fall short.

                    Again there is one common denominator in these events.

                    The attached link is an interesting read, based upon facts from the World health organization.

                    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2...y-study-finds/
                    If you want to get technical, handguns are illegal in New York City, what good did that law do?
                    Pretty hard to stop an attack when your sitting in a car.
                    John

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by pearlblue1800 View Post
                      Again another terrible occurrence.
                      I would like to make this very clear, so as advocates of having firearms on their possession choose to misinterpret the facts.
                      Then attempt to turn the incident into an ad hominem argument.

                      One should ask themselves if the assailant did not have a handgun could this abhor able crime have been committed with such relative ease?
                      Sure the offender may have tried to stab, pummel, use another weapon. Often when this is the case, the 'victim' still has a chance to survive, and does.
                      However the use of a handgun allows this, and similar type of crimes to be committed on a daily occurrence with a substantially more goal related 'positive' result'

                      Did the fact that both of the Policemen have firearms prevent such an occurrence?
                      The often declared statement; "the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun", appears to fall short.

                      Again there is one common denominator in these events.

                      The attached link is an interesting read, based upon facts from the World health organization.

                      http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2...y-study-finds/
                      Originally posted by Wing_it View Post

                      Tell us pearl how the restrictive gun laws of Canada helped prevent the three RCMP from being killed just months ago. You can also comment on the fact that knives are three times more likely than guns to be used in violent crime in Canada. Also explain how "The culture of encouraging education, and not rewarding foolishness will bode much better lifestyle for everyone." has helped curb crime in Canada in that "half of all people accused of knife violence in Canada are between the ages of 12 and 24."
                      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Moncton_shootings
                      http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/gazette/vo...-faits-eng.htm

                      Here is an interesting link that is an interesting read that proves with statistics that "based on these statistics, you are more than twice as likely to be a victim of knife crime in the UK as you are to be a victim of gun crime in the US. "http://sob.apotheon.org/?p=1323


                      What about this interesting read "1,000 knife crime victims in London each month, shocking new figures show :http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime...w-8681511.html

                      Again the one common denominator is evil men..... deal with the evil solve the crime. A good start is "Thou shall not murder"

                      A common sense thought experiment........................Wing_it
                      Originally posted by hparsons View Post
                      Actually, the incident shows nothing of the sort. The statement isn't "a good guy with a gun will always stop a bad guy with a gun". You are twisting logic to fit your desired ends.

                      I'll keep repeating two questions, though I doubt you have the means to fully answer them.

                      Why did you choose this country?

                      What does American gun deaths have to do with Australians rethinking their gun policies?
                      Originally posted by Biker John View Post
                      If you want to get technical, handguns are illegal in New York City, what good did that law do?
                      Pretty hard to stop an attack when your sitting in a car.

                      I'm almost speechless you guys are discussing this in this post.
                      I consider it very disrespectful.
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                      • hparsons
                        hparsons commented
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                        Don't read them then.

                    • #13
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                      Originally posted by Kiwi View Post

                      I agree Kiwi, I found it not only disrespectful but quite offensive that anyone would suggest these two officers were killed simply because law abiding citizens of this nation are granted the right to own firearms.







                      I'm almost speechless you guys are discussing this in this post.
                      I consider it very disrespectful.

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                      • #14
                        f *** off wing it
                        Last edited by Cruiseman; 12-23-2014, 04:48 AM. Reason: I think we all know what F*** means.
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                        • #15
                          Sorry you were offended Kiwi

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                          • #16
                            I really don't give a fat rats arse if I am sanctioned.
                            You bastards are most disrespectfully pushing your own wheelbarrows with your own views.

                            But there is a time and place for that. And this post is not one of them.

                            You are shameless.
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                            • #17
                              You [jerks] have not only offended me. Think about it for a moment or two.

                              Oh dear I can feel a message from Cruise coming.
                              Fair enough Chris.
                              Last edited by Cruiseman; 12-23-2014, 04:50 AM. Reason: Sorry, had to replace one of the insults with [jerks]
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                              • #18
                                I agree this thread should not have been hijacked by the troll pearlblue1800 (post 6). Condolences to the families of the officers.

                                BTW Kiwi, in case you didn't realize, Wingit IS the OP of this thread.
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                                • #19
                                  Originally posted by flyerq68 View Post
                                  I agree this thread should not have been hijacked by the troll pearlblue1800 (post 6). Condolences to the families of the officers.

                                  BTW Kiwi, in case you didn't realize, Wingit IS the OP of this thread.
                                  I do understand that. Yes.

                                  He started with this.
                                  "Tragic day for our men in blue......
                                  http://news.yahoo.com/two-nypd-offic...212637751.html "

                                  They then use it as a soapbox to air their views about other matters.
                                  Not the place.

                                  .

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                                  • hparsons
                                    hparsons commented
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                                    Actually, my response was not to the thread, but to Pearlblue's remarks. I'm not going to apologize that you found my response offensive, because that's your problem, not mine.

                                    Sounds like your real ire should have been turned upon Pearlblue, since his post was what turned it to his soapbox.

                                    Of course, your vulgarities in expressing your views didn't exactly elevate the tone.

                                • #20



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