Florida Sets Up Hotline To Report Government Haters; What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

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There is no end to the lunacy that can come from a government functionary when he has newfound money and a desire to keep the folks “safe.” Take Palm Beach Sheriff Ric Bradshaw who now has $1 million burning a hole in his pocket, thanks to the Florida Legislature.

The money will be used for a new violence prevention unit ostensibly to prevent shootings like the ones in Newtown, Conn., and Aurora, Colo.

Bradshaw said plans are to use specially trained deputies, mental health professionals and caseworkers to respond to calls made to a 24-hour citizen hotline with a knock on the door and a referral to services, if needed. The goal won’t be to arrest troubled people but to get them help before there’s violence, Bradshaw said. As a side benefit, law enforcement will have needed information to keep a close eye on things.

“We want people to call us if the guy down the street says he hates the government, hates the mayor and he’s gonna shoot him,” Bradshaw said. “What does it hurt to have somebody knock on a door and ask, ‘Hey, is everything OK?’”

What does it hurt? You might ask that question of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., were he still alive. Or maybe you could ask Lisa Messina, who called police because her son was suicidal and who watched as a sniper shot and killed him while his back was turned. Or you could talk to Daniel Jensen. Police used a Taser on him rather than help him try to save his house, which was about to catch fire from the house fire next door.

My guess is Bradshaw’s unit is going to be quite busy. There are a lot of people who hate what governments — from local to State to Federal — are doing, and they’re expressing their displeasure on websites like this one and on social media and in public. Add to these the calls from neighbors with an ax to grind and jilted lovers looking for some sort of revenge, and Bradshaw’s unit is going to run through that $1 million pretty quickly. After all, here’s how police respond to emergencies:

 

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  • Harold Olsen

    What’s the number? Is it a 1-800 number? If so, I’ll call it and report myself. I hate the current Nazi government run by Obama and his handlers.

    • Dirty Daug

      I was thinking the same as most good Americans do hate our government just for several reasons.

    • mark

      You wouldn’t last 10 minutes living in the real Nazi Government 1933-1945, Mr. Olsen. Then the utter idiocy of you moronic exaggeration would become apparent to you as a Gestapo firing squad lined you and your entire extended family up for immediate execution – after extended periods of torture beforehand. But here in a non-Nazi govenment of the United States, you can slander your elected leaders (the ones you don’t like because your side lost the election – tough live with it! I certainly did not like it when George W won but he was still my president) – and nothing is going to happen to you. You should thank the heroes of 1941-1945, like my 88 year old father, who defeated the Nazis for that. He and his comrades liberated one of the death camps. He would spit in your face today for daring to call the United States a Nazi gov’t. And despite his age, he would have no problem taking down big internet tough guy like yourself. Open a history book and learn something about what the actual Nazis actually did.

      • drwtexas

        Are you on Welfare or just stupid. Good Lord pull your head out of the sand. America is going down in flames and you are defending the God hating, baby killing, pervert pandering, socialist that are trampling on our Constitution, Bill of Rights and destroying our country? You father must hate God, support abortion, agree with taking our second amendment from us, support gay marriage, the destruction of the family unit, socialized medicine, and all the other Socialist ideas that the government is forcing on America. I really don’t like you or your father. Now he may whip my ass, but it will be after the damn battle!

        • mark

          I was criticizing Mr. Olsen for his comparing our current government to Nazi Germany which is historically ludicrous to anyone who knows anything about history. Now, you would be a different case, coming from Texas you no doubt admire the Nazis and wish we had a government more like theirs. I suggest you help ramp up the extremist language of your local Tea Party, which I can see you have a talent for, and work to create a secessionist Texas that will bring back slavery, white supremacy, and more armed land theft against Mexico upon which your entire state (and many others to be fair) are built upon. But you guys didn’t do too well in that last Civil War so I would not suggest a rematch. Also I do not hold it against you the fact that you don’t know who your own father is. This is the plight of many Texans and it is certainly not your fault as his abandoned child.

          • speedle24

            Yeah Mark, it seems that Texans are green with envy for the likes of governments in California, New York, Illinois, etc. They are just such pillars of economic leadership and intelligent legislation. Now I get it that people like you who are probably on the dole in some manner would not appreciate the Texas attitude toward slackers and neer do wells. So feel free to name call to your heart’s content while you smell the garbage that hasn’t been picked up in two weeks. Oh, and by the way when you hear the shots from the drive by gang bangers make sure you duck.

            “Armed land theft against Mexico”. Hello moron, unless you are living on garbage scow offshore you are sitting on land that was obtained by force from someone (Indians, French, British, Spain, Mexico). In fact, there are very few places on earth that have not at one time been conquered and settled by non indigenous people. Perhaps you can find one and move there.

          • kobrien674

            Ok. NOW you’ve revealed your true self. I spent 20 years in the military fighting against socialism. The Nazi party’s movement was called the National Socialist Party. Because you are so mean and vitriolic I’m pretty sure you’re a liberal progressive who just denigrated an entire state just to sound smart assed. YOU’RE what’s wrong with this country today. No discussion, just bigoted vitriol.

      • kobrien674

        Way to discuss the issue, by calling people names. That’s what progressives do when they have no counter-arguement. Just insult the other person. The very issue at hand is whether or not it is BECOMING a country where it isn’t ok to voice an opinion. Without vigilence it will. The price of freedom is vigilence. You’re excoriating someone for voicing an opinion, which makes you part of the problem. Having said that, I would not equate America with Nazi Germany. Certainly not yet. Calling someone an idiot and a moron for their opinion instead of giving YOUR reasoned opinion is exactly what is the matter with public discourse today. I spent 20 years in uniform and saw many wars/expeditions. I don’t hate my country, but I do hate what’s happening to it these days. This sheriff is looking for and encouraging quislings.

  • vicki

    Just another opportunity to “drop a dime” on a neighbor you are not getting along with.

    • JThaddeustoad

      This is going to work real well ….. The first victims should beware because in order to get additional funding they will have to show some meaningful accomplishments of their mission ….. Actung !

    • Jana

      Actually, It is already our responsibility to call the police or the FBI if we hear someone make a threat against our Government so why a special number? Just an excuse to spend (waste) more of our tax dollars.

      • kobrien674

        This doesn’t address “threats”. If you just say you hate the current government the sheriff wants to know. That’s Orwellian.

  • dan

    Census worker asked me if I hated the government …I laughed and said

    I didn’t hate the government just some of he stupid things that it does.

  • hippybiker

    I don’t hate the government, I just don’t trust them as far as I could throw them.
    Steve packing 24/7/365 in sunny south west FL.

  • Vigilant

    So here we go again; another misleading headline, to which several posters have jumped on the bandwagon before reading the story with comprehension.
    Chief Bradshaw NEVER said anything about the garden variety government hater, of which there are probably millions in the US. Several come on this site to post every day.

    READ WITH COMPREHENSION, PEOPLE. He’s talking about those people who go way beyond expressing a dislike for government, The quote was (my caps added) ““We want people to call us if the guy down the street says he hates the government, hates the mayor AND HE’S GONNA SHOOT HIM.”

    You’re damned right that guy should be reported, and it’s probably accessory charges if you knew and didn’t report him.

    Mr. Livingston, you could have headlined this article “Florida Sets Up Hotline To Report Government Haters WHO THREATEN VIOLENCE; What Could Possibly Go Wrong?”

    But you didn’t. That’s called “provocateurship.”

    • Frank Kahn

      Actually you are wrong, there was no crime committed in the example. To say you are going to shoot someone is not punishable unless you do something that is considered an action based on the intent to actually do the shooting. If some insane government official comes to my home and tries to force me to do something that they have no right to do ‘I WILL SHOOT HIM”. That is a promise not a threat. It is not even classified as assault, so your failure to report it to the authorities is a non event. I would also slap the crap out of any of these moronic liberal posters on this site if they showed up at my place and started spouting their stupidity in person.

      The concept is flawed and is consistent with typical tyrannical government abuse. It is exactly the same as was present in Nazi Germany as well as Russia during the communist rule. Don’t say anything bad about the government because your friends or neighbors will rat you out. There is only one person that it is illegal to say you want to kill. That privilege goes to the most undeserving person in the nation right now. No matter how worthless and pathetic he is, no matter how much he needs to be taken out, no matter how much better the world would be without him, you cannot say that Obama deserves to be killed. That is a crime.

      But, on the other hand, you are not protected, nor is any other worthless liberal. So it is legal for me to say that anyone that thinks this crap hole, pretend officer of the law’s idea for protecting the people is a good thing, should be killed to save the world from lunatic and mindless oppression.

      The current administration sucks, it is a pathetic excuse for any kind of consideration of valid leadership. Obama is a lying fatherless person and does not deserve the respect you would give to a baby raping pedophile, which is zero. He should be stripped naked, tarred, feathered, and marched out of our country across the same border that his illegal hispanic buddies use to enter this country. And, you know what, I am being nice because I don’t hate him. I actually feel sorry for him because he is mentally unbalanced, he has had terrible role models in his formative years and nobody has taken the time to whip his sorry butt when he did wrong. It is not his fault that nobody taught him how to be a normal caring human, it is his family and the communities fault. Pity him, get him the hell away from our government but put him somewhere that he can get help and learn what it means to be a real person.

      Now, I have exercised my 1st amendment rights, without committing any offense against the law. If you dont like my opinion of Obama, tough, I don’t care what you think of my opinion and you have no rational reason to run to your mommy, the government, and tattle on me.

      • Vigilant

        “Actually you are wrong, there was no crime committed in the example.”

        Tell the Secret Service that when the president’s life is threatened. You can bet your sweet bippie that traceable death threats to public officials are tracked down and prosecuted. If you think death treats are unpunishable, simply google “death threats punishable by law” and you get a plethora of hits.

        The hypothetical you provide is a stacked deck from the beginning. You set the conditions that (1) the gov’t official is “insane,” and (2) “tries to force me to do something that they have no right to do.” As a hypothetical, it carries no more weight than to say, “if someone tries to kill me, I’ll kill him.” OF COURSE it’s not a threat, ot’s a hypothetical.

        Unbelievably, you confirm my original point when you say, “Don’t say anything bad about the government because your friends or neighbors will rat you out.” That’s EXACTLY what I was bitching about, i.e., the straw man argument of putting words in the mouth of the police chief. He never said that, but if you went no further than Mr. Livingston’s headline, that’s what you would (and did) incorrectly gather.

    • independent thinker

      “READ WITH COMPREHENSION, PEOPLE.”
      Take your own advise. Mr Livingston points out the potential for misuse by those with a grudge against their neighbor, ex, co-worker, etc. That potential is VERY real and you know the state never does things in the least intrusive way they always “go in with guns blazing” sometimes literaly and sometimes as a figure of speach.

      • Vigilant

        “Take your own advise [sic],” says independent thinker, who finally settled on the correct spelling of “independent.”.

        The “potential for misuse by those with a grudge against their neighbor, ex, co-worker, etc.” has existed from time immemorial and will continue to exist whether hot lines exist or not. Disabused ex-spouses, whistleblowers and wackos have ALWAYS made threats and false charges against those for whom they carry a grudge. And when it can be proven that such threats were groundless, the perpetrator is subject to legal action if the charges were of sufficiently criminal nature.
        If a neighbor or friend tells you they are going to assassinate someone, and you believe the threat to be credible, what do you do? Report it or apply Frank Kahn’s childish jailhouse “anti-snitch” rule?
        In your imagined society, NO ONE is culpable for enabling a wacko (by not reporting it) when said wacko threatens some else’s life. You indeed have freedom of speech; if you choose to defend it to the point where behavior and death result from insanity, then you have no sense of responsibility in a civilized society.

        • Nadzieja Batki

          I will disagree with you, Vigilant. If you (this one is a generic you) see a signpost with names of two towns and arrow directions and then you have two diverging roads what is the probability that you will take one or the other road? There is a signpost that has been announcing the direction the nation is going socially, morally, economically, religiously, Good or Bad, Life or Death. So one road or the other will be taken.

          Why does a sheriff need this money now and is there a possibility that it will be coming in on a regular basis? So he will need “villains” to catch so the coffers can be refilled. Imagine the power and prestige to his career if he “catches the villains” or creates villains to catch.

          • Vigilant

            Nadzieja, if you agree that wackos coming out of the woodwork to kill someone is a sign of moral decline, then I can agree with you.

            The sheriff is not going to catch imaginary villians. but real ones.

            If someone had taken Nidal Hasan seriously, he might have been prevented from mass shooting with 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 counts of attempted murder.

            How many of those children at schools would still be walking around if a certifiable wacko had been stopped?

            To turn the phrase back on those who use it, “guns don’t kill people, people kill people.” If that is so (and I believe it to be so), then put your money where your mouth is and recognize that people must be controlled (TO A LIMITED AND REASONABLE EXTENT) to prevent anarchy and chaos. You can’t have it both ways. Otherwise, it’s like saying “neither guns nor people kill people.”

            The Constitution is NOT a license to act any way you wish in civilized society. No person of normal intelligence and sanity would advocate allowing gratuitous death threats (which in law are a form of assault) which may come to fruition because somebody ignored the warning signs or decided not to “rat” on someone else..

          • vicki

            “people must be controlled TO A LIMITED AND REASONABLE EXTENT”

            I don’t think you are going to find that the governments plan for control will be what YOU consider limited and reasonable. Just look at the video that Bob Livingston provided.

          • Vigilant

            “I don’t think you are going to find that the governments plan for control will be what YOU consider limited and reasonable.”
            That’s precisely why I capitalized it. You know full well, Vicki, that I’m a limited government person, one who thiinks that the feds have tremendously overreached into our lives. That does not make me a NO government person.
            That video shows nothing. No one shot at, no one handcuffed. It shows a large police presence because they were looking for the perpetrators of the Boston bombings.

          • vicki

            Though we agree on many things there are a few points where we do not see eye to eye. That video shows jackbooted thugs dragging people out of their homes at gunpoint. The excuse that the officers were ‘just doing their duty” is just that. An excuse.

          • Toy Pupanbai

            People need a liberal Judeo-Christian (i.e. Western European) education that gives them the ability to control themselves appropriately.

          • vicki

            Which is the point of the founders statements that our Constitution is for a religious and moral people and is wholly unsuited for any other.

            http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/John_Adams

          • independent thinker


            The sheriff is not going to catch imaginary villians. but real ones.”
            And just how do you know this? Are you omniscient? Given the many examples of police abuse of power we see reported here as well as other news sources it is much more likely he will catch/harass/persecute imiginary villans than only catch a real one.

          • Vigilant

            Oh, they may catch imaginary ones, for sure, and in doing so would be subject to prosecution for false arrest. Believe me, the cops aren’t going to invest time/energy in pursuing dead ends.

            You say, “it is much more likely he will catch/harass/persecute imiginary [sic] villans [sic] than only catch a real one.”

            To throw your own words back at you, “And just how do you know this? Are you omniscient?”

          • vicki

            statistical evidence. Just like the RICO law catches lots of people but few drug lords

          • Vigilant

            If there’s statistical evidence, please provide it.

    • vicki

      Bob Livingston even provided a video example of what could possibly go wrong.

      • Vigilant

        Tell me what went wrong in that video, or what it even has to do with the subject line. Answer: nothing.

  • Doc Sarvis

    Haters are going to HATE this.

    • hungry4food

      Hey Doc everyone has the right to know the truth… IF THEY ARE FREE !
      But then again ….
      “In a time of deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” G. Orwell

      The question becomes this … ” What does the Future Hold for Free People ” ?

      When Animals have more rights to Life and Liberty than do Humans you can call this deceit .

      When the Law does not apply to those who make the laws you can call this deceit .

      As we seek the truth in times of crisis those who can find it the fastest to save the most blood and treasury of the free society instead seek to use the crisis to further an agenda you can call this deceit .

      When the society is being divided in class by how the economic policies become totally controlled by a central Government that elects its own central banker and that Banker is singly providing funding for the destruction of a Multi class society by making debt issues funding available to a elite group that supports a ideological agenda making them loyal to this , and at the same time funding through a purchasing policy of treasuries that makes available to the Government welfare funding for over 50 million of the society making them dependent and loyal , while telling the Middle Class that they are the prize to save from this destruction while dividing them up into either elite class or Welfare class with most going to the back of the welfare bus because at this stage of the breakdown of the society they are a little late getting on any bus , you can call this deceit .

      In this time of Societal Breakdown polarization becomes the primary tool in dividing up the freedoms that bind a multi class society together making those freedoms seem as if they are the problem not the solution and if anyone speaks out against this action then they are seen as radical , and you can call this deceit .

      It would appear that the breakdown in a free society and its fundamental function of equality is from the suppression of truth that then leads to the oppression of that society , so hey Doc where do you think we are at in this process ???

    • Nadzieja Batki

      Why are you gloating and dancing with glee? You seem to have no problems with throwing sheep to the wolves, but remember that sooner or later you won’t have anymore sheep and it will be just you and wolves. They will be glad to say Hello Lunch.

      • Andy

        Haters = Anybody that doesn’t agree with Doc Sarvis and the rest of the clueless nutcake secular, progressive, leftist, liberal, socialist/communist, piles excrement.

  • Guest

    Seriously this guys needs psycho tests he’s not rational. Guess we’re all on his list and I wonder DHS will do the same thing nationwide? Sounds like the Nazi SS.

    • mark

      No, the actual Nazis made this guy look like a cub scout taking a nap. Just open one history book in your entire lifetime, read some of it, and try to learn something, anything, so you might actually learn something – instead of going around making foolish comments about Nazis.

      • vicki

        Patience mark. Patience. They’re sending out trial balloons to see if they can move more aggressively.

  • http://twitter.com/Bellearitz K Bright

    Guess Palm Beach Sheriff Ric Bradshaw forgot that his powers come from the Florida Constitution. It says what he, and others bound by oath to support it.

    SECTION 2. Basic rights.—All natural persons, female and male alike, are equal before the law and have inalienable rights, among which are the right to enjoy and defend life and liberty, to pursue happiness, to be rewarded for industry, and to acquire, possess and protect property…

    SECTION 4. Freedom of speech and press.—Every person may speak, write and publish sentiments on all subjects but shall be responsible for the abuse of that right. No law shall be passed to restrain or abridge the liberty of speech or of the press.

    SECTION 5. Right to assemble.—The people shall have the right peaceably to assemble, to instruct their representatives, and to petition for redress of grievances.

    SECTION 12. Searches and seizures.—The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures, and against the unreasonable interception of private communications by any means, shall not be violated. No warrant shall be issued except upon probable cause, supported by affidavit, particularly describing the place or places to be searched, the person or persons, thing or things to be seized, the communication to be intercepted, and the nature of evidence to be obtained. This right shall be construed in conformity with the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution, as interpreted by the
    United States Supreme Court. Articles or information obtained in violation of this right shall not be admissible in evidence if such articles or information would be inadmissible under decisions of the United States Supreme Court construing the 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution.

    SECTION 23. Right of privacy.—Every natural person has the right to be let alone and free from governmental intrusion into the person’s private life except as otherwise provided herein. This section shall not be construed to limit the public’s right of access to public records and meetings as provided by law.

    SECTION 8. Ethics in government.—A public office is a public trust. The people shall have the right to secure and sustain that trust against abuse…

    SECTION 1. Governor.—(a) The supreme executive power shall be vested in a governor, who shall be commander-in-chief of all military forces of the state not in active service of the United States. The governor shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed…

    (d) The governor shall have power to call out the militia to preserve the
    public peace, execute the laws of the state, suppress insurrection, or
    repel invasion. (Remember the militia is ALL able-bodied citizens).

    SECTION 7. Suspensions; filling office during suspensions.—(a) By
    executive order stating the grounds and filed with the custodian of state records, the governor may suspend from office any state officer not subject to impeachment, any officer of the militia not in the active service of the United States, or any county officer, for malfeasance, misfeasance, neglect of duty, drunkenness, incompetence, permanent inability to perform official duties, or commission of a felony, and may fill the office by appointment for the period of suspension. The suspended officer may at any time before removal be reinstated by the governor.

    SECTION 3. Oath: Each eligible citizen upon registering shall subscribe the following: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Florida, and that I am qualified to register as an elector under the Constitution and laws of the State of Florida.”

    Article 2 Each state and county officer, before entering upon the duties of the office, shall give bond as required by law, and shall swear or affirm:

    “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support, protect, and defend the Constitution and Government of the United States and of the State of Florida; that I am duly qualified to hold office under the Constitution of the state; and that I will well and faithfully perform the duties of (title of office) on which I am now about to enter. So help me God.”,

    and thereafter shall devote personal attention to the duties of the office, and continue in office until a successor qualifies.

    Article 10, SECTION 2. Militia.—(a) The militia shall be composed of all ablebodied inhabitants of the state who are or have declared their intention to become citizens of the United States; and no person because of religious creed or opinion shall be exempted from military duty except upon conditions provided by law.

    (b) The organizing, equipping, housing, maintaining, and disciplining of the
    militia, and the safekeeping of public arms may be provided for by law.

    (c) The governor shall appoint all commissioned officers of the militia,
    including an adjutant general who shall be chief of staff. The appointment of all general officers shall be subject to confirmation by the senate.

    (d) The qualifications of personnel and officers of the federally recognized
    national guard, including the adjutant general, and the grounds and
    proceedings for their discipline and removal shall conform to the appropriate United States army or air force regulations and usages.

    • Toy Pupanbai

      The Government doesn’t give you rights, they are Inalienable Rights, but you can give them away!
      Have you really looked at the Patriot Act?
      Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei.

  • tom

    We should all call in and report ourselves. Tens of thousands of calls. Whats the number? I will be first!

  • govpeon

    Can we say “blowback”? Keep up the good work, all you statists in government.
    The revolution for this constitutional republic’s life, has waited far too long.
    Long enough for the “village”, to create a few more generations of village idiots.
    How does that go? “When the government fears the people it is freedom, when the people fear the government, it’s tyranny”?

    • Native Blood

      I really do not see any signs of “fear” for the citizens short of stocking up on weapons, munitions and re-enforcing the NDAA/Patriot act to impose their will on it’s citizenry.

  • me

    Any more i despise a lot of the royalty in DC who are trying to rob us of our rights. The only weapon i will use is the vote. The Fienstien, Pelosi, Reid, McCain,etc royalty needs to go so the people can have the nation back like was meant in the election. People doon’t vote because they say it’s hopless to do so. the vote would beat the big bankers and big businesses who decide our elections because not enough people vote or people vote because they are influenced by the beauty padgent atmosphere created by the elitists running the elections. things could be changeed. common , citizens please get out and vote the royalty out so we can feel good about our country. loyalty and the american dream are almost ded. time for the right hopeand change.

  • kobrien674

    I love my country (I spent 20 years in uniform serving it), but hate to see what is becoming of it.

  • vicki

    Why I don’t hate government.

    “Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” – George Washington
    http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/g/georgewash118164.html

    Being just force there is no reason to hate it. There IS much reason to control it however and we had better get it back under control using the 3 major tools we have (Soap box, Ballot box, Jury box) before we are forced to open the forth box.

    Btw the difference between freedom fighters and terrorists can easily be demonstrated by looking at the actions of individuals such as those (terrorists) who flew planes into buildings of civilians vs individuals who defended themselves when attacked (United Airlines Flight 93 which had both terrorists and freedom fighters aboard)

    Here is a list of those Freedom Fighters.
    http://inmemoriamonline.net/List_UA93.html

  • marylou

    This could backfire if Conservatives start dropping a dime on all the liberals who are trying to systematically destroy our Constitution.

    That surely is hate of our government!

    This sherif would have dropped a dime on the Minute men and Paul Revere!

  • BTeboe

    This is a 1st Amendment lawsuit waiting to happen.

  • Forest

    “When the people fear the government, you have tyranny; when the government fears the people, you have liberty.” — Thomas Jeffereson …and that’s all I have to say about that.

  • BarrackHussein

    This would be an excellent place to report the criminal immigrants… not only are they anti-American politically… they are criminally active by defrauding the government.
    Light up those phone lines!