Comments by kmiac
Posted on May 3 at 4:01 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Praying that this Sgt can heal mentally in peace. It is never easy to take a life, even when it is just. Keep up the good work SPD. And, its nice to see the gazette print a story that stands behind d their city officers, thank you for acknowledgeing this officer has been know for tact and restraint, for pointing out the positives. We need more articles like it!
Posted on March 24 at 12:21 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Grovestand.....you go ahead and test that method. Why take a nonlethal approach toward someone who obviously has complete disregard if you happen to make it home or not to your family. What a joke! Why should these officers guess at who will be shot first??
Posted on March 14 at 9:07 p.m. (Suggest removal)
In his defense, at least he didn't hire strippers on his day off, that would have made things tragic!
Posted on March 1 at 9:18 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Of course the welfare is protected by these cuts. Only the middle class gets screwed over. Obama's speech was a joke. He blamed everyone but himself. He is the worst president in history. It's unbelievable that this guy got voted in for a second term. Im sure as part of these spending cuts, layoff and reduction in salaries his salary and the rest of our government's salaries will not be cut. Instead of layong people off why doesn't he cut how much the useless none working class get
Posted on February 28 at 12:43 p.m. (Suggest removal)
All children need diciplin at one time or another. There is a difference between beating and discipline. Yes love is tough and too bad for it! If she gave her own kid a spanking once in a while maybe she wouldn't be raising a a grandchild born to her 18 year old daughter who abandoned him to live with other drug addicted friends (see 2007 article printed by the gazette on this same family). Make the kid apologize, spank him, take away desserts and toys and be done with it. Beating him is inexcusable and she should rot in jail and get her due justice at the hands of other prisoners.
Posted on February 27 at 11:23 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Are you kidding me? Schools to put a limit on how much someone can spend?? Why don't you teach your child the value of "no we can't afford that" or "get a job and help save" or "yes that $500 dress is beautiful, but so is this $50 one". What a joke! Teach your child about real life, if they are attending prom they will be there soon enough, prepare them! By this logic, I think I will go to work tonight and tell my boss she shouldn't drive a Lexus because I can only afford a Chevy.....
Posted on February 26 at 7:46 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Breaking the cycle is not letting a grandmother raise a child who so obviously failed with her own daughter. And to leave a child with a person who out right states "I didn't want any more children, and i still don't" Find the child a guardian who instead says "I will fight for that baby and everything that is best for him!" And retdkc is right....making the decision to make and keep a child at 16 does not make you a bad person......its when said 16 year old refuses to grow up and take responsibility for themselves and their child that makes them a bad person.
Posted on February 22 at 12:36 p.m. (Suggest removal)
So let me get this right....man gets drunk, man hits bicyclist, man keeps driving.....police attempt to stop driver and save bicyclist (although chances are not good)....sue police/county. That makes great sense! Are you people kidding me? Had the police not chased this man who hit and killed another human being, they would be sued then too! What an absolute joke
Posted on February 18 at 11:35 p.m. (Suggest removal)
SPD (as well as all other pd's) put their lives on the line on the daily. SPD officers, however, walk out each night into a city where they are viewed as the enemy. And yet, here six men with no proper equipment or breathing apparatuses ran into a building that was on fire, to save the pets of complete strangers. How about the gazette list these officers names, so they can be shown in a positive light?....as I'm sure if it were a negative report, all officers would be named. Keep up the good work SPD.
Posted on January 26 at 6 a.m.
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