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yeszir

Radcliff, KY

#1 Jan 24, 2013
Ford F150 Platinum edition is an undercover cop....

yup, tax payer money doing the good deed.
bubba

Vine Grove, KY

#2 Jan 24, 2013
who cares
only

Elizabethtown, KY

#3 Jan 24, 2013
bubba wrote:
who cares
only scum bags cares....
wtf

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Jan 24, 2013
I think the point the op was trying to make is that they wasted 50k of taxpayers money on a truck. That is insane. Most of you probably dont care though because you havent paid taxes a day in your life. Enjoy all that Mountain Dew and Cheez-its I bought you.
Gremlin

Vine Grove, KY

#5 Jan 24, 2013
wtf wrote:
I think the point the op was trying to make is that they wasted 50k of taxpayers money on a truck. That is insane. Most of you probably dont care though because you havent paid taxes a day in your life. Enjoy all that Mountain Dew and Cheez-its I bought you.
Vehicles used by the drug task force are seized from drug dealers and other such thugs and roughians.... tax payers did not buy it! Now go to bed jr!
wtf

Elizabethtown, KY

#6 Jan 24, 2013
Even so wouldnt it be a better idea to auction off a top of the line limited edition truck and use the money to buy a scaled down model and put the other funds back into the budget?
lulz

Elizabethtown, KY

#7 Jan 24, 2013
wtf wrote:
Even so wouldnt it be a better idea to auction off a top of the line limited edition truck and use the money to buy a scaled down model and put the other funds back into the budget?
No way. They make way more money with the undercover vehicles from tickets, etc. Don't be silly. And yes, I'm being completely serious.
let me enlighten

Elizabethtown, KY

#8 Jan 24, 2013
lulz wrote:
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No way. They make way more money with the undercover vehicles from tickets, etc. Don't be silly. And yes, I'm being completely serious.
the trucks you are calling or cars or suvs are bought from our friendly drugies .now when you get busted with youre meth labs and erbs and have 20 dollars in youre pocket it goes to the good old task force and we by vehicles with your'e dope money,god bless america!and a lot of times you dopers will have several thousand dollars of dope money and guess what we get it and you get to go to jail in a nice new ford,chevy,or suv!enjoy the ride where comeing to your'e hood soon!!!lawdog....intervention!
WordFiend

Bowling Green, KY

#9 Jan 25, 2013
let me enlighten wrote:
<quoted text>the trucks you are calling or cars or suvs are bought from our friendly drugies .now when you get busted with youre meth labs and erbs and have 20 dollars in youre pocket it goes to the good old task force and we by vehicles with your'e dope money,god bless america!and a lot of times you dopers will have several thousand dollars of dope money and guess what we get it and you get to go to jail in a nice new ford,chevy,or suv!enjoy the ride where comeing to your'e hood soon!!!lawdog....intervention!
Wow, I hope you aren't part of the "good old task force." Not only do you seem downright rude, you also seem borderline illiterate.
believe a cracker

Cecilia, KY

#10 Jan 25, 2013
WordFiend wrote:
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Wow, I hope you aren't part of the "good old task force." Not only do you seem downright rude, you also seem borderline illiterate.
these guys are downright rude,and literacy isnt needed to become part of this group. to apply, you simply have to be a government "yes man"! since i have all the OFFICERS attention, can you explain why prescription drugs that got pulled off the shelf years ago,still are found on the streets and are abused on a regular basis? i ask addicts how much of these drugs they use a day,and how many of their friends use them and how much......the math doesnt add up. a drug that isnt manufactured anymore could have this long of a life? have you ever sat in your black dodge and asked yourself this?
believe a cracker

Cecilia, KY

#11 Jan 25, 2013
Gremlin wrote:
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Vehicles used by the drug task force are seized from drug dealers and other such thugs and roughians.... tax payers did not buy it! Now go to bed jr!
i beg to differ,tax payers pay for the default of the loan once the defaulter is in prison.:)
believe a cracker

Cecilia, KY

#12 Jan 25, 2013
btw, there is no need to sit at the end of my street, i dont "bang". if i did,and did it right,you wouldnt sit at the end of my street. so move on and find something more productive to do.
uh huh

Vine Grove, KY

#13 Jan 26, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
btw, there is no need to sit at the end of my street, i dont "bang". if i did,and did it right,you wouldnt sit at the end of my street. so move on and find something more productive to do.
Wow! Paranoid too I see...lol

Have you ever heard of Lifesprings? You may want to check that out Cracker!
uh huh

Vine Grove, KY

#14 Jan 26, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>i beg to differ,tax payers pay for the default of the loan once the defaulter is in prison.:)
You are clueless once again Cracker. You need to stick to things that you may actually know things about, because this subject you are clearly in the dark!

If a vehicle is seized, and there is an outstanding loan on it, I promise you that the lender will get that vehicle in a repossesion from the original borrower. The city, county, nor state will pick up the payment on an outstanding loan... SERIOUSLY??? lol
believe a cracker

Cecilia, KY

#15 Jan 26, 2013
uh huh wrote:
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You are clueless once again Cracker. You need to stick to things that you may actually know things about, because this subject you are clearly in the dark!
If a vehicle is seized, and there is an outstanding loan on it, I promise you that the lender will get that vehicle in a repossesion from the original borrower. The city, county, nor state will pick up the payment on an outstanding loan... SERIOUSLY??? lol
didnt say the city,county,or state would pick up the payment. after the car is seized the arrested is still responsible for the loan,which most likely wont be paid. this comes back on the average when banking or shopping for a loan. so yes, " seriously", to answer your sarcastic question.
so you are saying that there is no way a court order could be givin to keep a vehicle money is owed on?
believe a cracker

Cecilia, KY

#16 Jan 26, 2013
uh huh wrote:
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Wow! Paranoid too I see...lol
Have you ever heard of Lifesprings? You may want to check that out Cracker!
a few of you attack any freethinker,why dont you stick too fb post,and taking close pictures of yourself so all of you friends can tell you how beautiful you are? after all reality is uncomfortable for people like you. i bet you are pseudo popular on there,and i bet that gives you a false security about your out of control life.
believe a cracker

Cecilia, KY

#17 Jan 26, 2013
uh huh wrote:
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You are clueless once again Cracker. You need to stick to things that you may actually know things about, because this subject you are clearly in the dark!
If a vehicle is seized, and there is an outstanding loan on it, I promise you that the lender will get that vehicle in a repossesion from the original borrower. The city, county, nor state will pick up the payment on an outstanding loan... SERIOUSLY??? lol
you can judge my comments all you want,but you still have not answered my question.......can a judge give a court order to seize a car that money is owed on? and who is responsible for the balance?
believe a cracker

Cecilia, KY

#18 Jan 26, 2013
hardin county narcotics, i am busting your balls,but i do think you do a good service,and risking your life dealing with the "less than" in society is a noble service,but on the job scrutiny,should and could be leveled by any law abiding taxpayer. my point is this.....stop being so arrogant!
believe a cracker

Cecilia, KY

#19 Jan 26, 2013
uh huh wrote:
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You are clueless once again Cracker. You need to stick to things that you may actually know things about, because this subject you are clearly in the dark!
If a vehicle is seized, and there is an outstanding loan on it, I promise you that the lender will get that vehicle in a repossesion from the original borrower. The city, county, nor state will pick up the payment on an outstanding loan... SERIOUSLY??? lol
where did you go? i was waiting for you to tell me how ignorant i was again.:(
Radcliff911

Duluth, GA

#20 Jan 27, 2013
Could be worse, we got a Trolly! We're bringing the whole damn task force for a buy and field trip...

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