arma virumque cano (et alia)
Greg wanted me to post these again, so here they are. Not sure why? I've posted them 3 times now and the lying criminal refuses to respond, but here they are:Anonymous November 6, 2013 at 10:43 AMGreg's statements on ignoring, breaking the law:Greg Camp November 4, 2013 at 2:39 AMWhen the law is unjust, it is no law at all. Home invasions are a violation of privacy, and yes, I call these actions invasions, "legal" or not.So you decide which laws you will follow, or not? Sounds like breaking the law to me.________________________________________________________Greg Camp October 5, 2013 at 5:56 PMMine gets carried concealed. And yes, if I ever have occasion to go to Starbucks, it will be with me.This was after Starbucks asked their customers to leave their guns at home. Seems another example that Greg will defy anyone's rules and regulations._________________________________________________________Greg Camp October 8, 2013 at 6:31 AMI think the United States should invade California and impose regime change on that failed state.I'd say that's a promotion for breaking the law._________________________________________________________Greg Camp October 5, 2013 at 5:54 PMStupid rules require increasing cleverness to circumvent.Seems he's actively looking for ways to break the rule of law.________________________________________________________Anonymous September 8, 2013 at 3:52 PMSome people would call assaulting a drug dealer civic minded.Greg Camp September 8, 2013 at 5:17 PMAgreed.I would call it a thug assaulting another person. Call the cops._________________________________________________________Greg Camp September 9, 2013 at 4:45 PMIn an ideal world, beating up someone is the wrong action, but we don't live in an ideal world, and I have more feeling for the friend struggling with addiction than I do for the dealer.It would be one thing if this happened in front of you, but you said you would go looking for him. Doesn't sound like a law abiding citizen to me._________________________________________________________Greg Camp August 30, 2013 at 8:07 AMI've said it before: He should be given a lethal injection of boiling lard.That's not what the law prescribes. Greg has his own ideas.________________________________________________________Greg Camp August 27, 2013 at 8:27 AMRevenge is justice. This man is a traitor and a terrorist. He deserves a far more gruesome death than our law allows.Going outside the law to get his bloody revenge. Revenge is not justice._________________________________________________________Greg Camp August 20, 2013 at 5:53 PMWhen the law makes no sense by banning or restricting something that should not be covered by law, good people don't expect such foolishness or resist the violation. The responsibility lies with the criminal legislators and executives who push these laws in the first place.Blame the people. They elected these criminals into office. You change law in a civil society, not ignore, or break it.________________________________________________________These kind of statements can only be read as the author having disregard for the law, promoting illegal acts, and clearly stating he would participate in such illegal behavior.
Since you refuse to do this in a reasonable manner, why do you expect me to play your game?One at a time, with a link to the source. Then we can discuss.
This is your game. Thanks for proving me correct. You are a lying criminal coward. You have had weeks to explain your comments, and refuse, like the coward you are. Every time you assert your coward excuse to not respond, you look like the coward you are and prove me correct. Thank you.
No, I'm not going to address a flood of unsourced comments taken out of context. You must show me that you're quoting what I actually said and give us all the opportunity to see how the statements fit into the discussion. And you should respect Mikeb's blog enough not to take up all this space in the comments section.But once again, Steve, if you can prove that I have lied, I'll go away and never comment here again.But hey, what's the fun for you of being honorable and providing evidence?
All the comments above are your words, bad try at another lie. Your words are my evidence. You are a coward and will be addressed as such from now on. Your refusal to respond proves you are a coward and your words speak for themselves. "unsourced comments taken out of context"That's a lie proven by your comments.You lose criminal lying coward.
When you provide links to comments, I'll address those. I'm not going to take a flood of them, though. One at a time. And if you can prove that I've lied, I will never comment here again. If you're right, it should be easy to prove that. But being the coward that you are, I doubt you'll take me up on this.
What a coward. Keep pushing that shit line and proving Steve correct. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA
More laughable excuses from the lying criminal coward.
Greg, I can see why you're going to such great lengths to avoid discussing those quotes. And it has nothing to do with context. Those are an embarrassing series of blow-hard nonsense that came from you in the recent past. He's got you good.
Do you agree with Steve that saying these things are crimes, Mike?
No, Mikeb, I'm not going to play games with trolls. If they're willing to do this in a rational manner, I'll participate, but otherwise, they're just making themselves look like fools.
The only one looking like a fool, is you. More like a lying criminal coward as others have written.
No, I don't think writing things on a blog can be crimes.
Sure they can be. Just last year a guy was arrested for writing on his blog, that he would kill the president. Many cases of domestic threats, that were prosecuted, with the only evidence was printed threats on a blog by one of the parties. There are many examples of people being prosecuted for simply printing something on a blog.