Colorado Update, Police Not Our Enemy & Twitter Awards Review This Week on Bold Departure

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New Jersey --(Ammoland.com)- Mike & John send out some good vibes with this unique edition of the show!  We talk this week about legislative activity from Colorado.

They move on to discussing why it isn’t right to stereotype the police.

There is a quick review of last week’s Twitter Awards and we note the ruling in the 9th Circuit.

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  • 2 thoughts on “Colorado Update, Police Not Our Enemy & Twitter Awards Review This Week on Bold Departure

    1. Oh yeah, I’ll have to remember this the next time I witness
      another YouTube video like when they beat Kelly Thomas to
      death or when they abused the folks in Fullerton, CA who
      gathered to protest the bullish*t verdict which let the cops
      walk. ~~~ Yes, only good vibes for our men in black.
      No stereotypes for me, nope! WE should love all cops,
      whether they be from North Korea, or East Germany, or
      Mexico, or Cuba, or hell, even the U.S.
      Just because they are constantly caught in Totalitarian-type
      behavior, that’s no reason to feel funny about them. Heck,
      they are the stalwarts of freedom and liberty!
      Why not join me in a round of America
      The Beautiful ………. Cops are our Friends!

    2. The police will enforce whatever the law rule or regulation says they are to to enforce–Constitutional or not if it is a law, rule, regulation they will aggressively enforce it. It is what they do and to think otherwise is sheer folly!

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