Seriously, A Conservative Would Not Pose With His Gun In A Red G-String

This should be givaway #1 that Loughner is in no way a Conservative

Law enforcement officials said Friday they have multiple photos of Jared L. Loughner posing with a Glock 9mm pistol next to his naked buttocks and dressed in a bright red g-string. It is the same model of weapon as the one the police say Mr. Loughner used last Saturday to kill six people, including a federal judge and a 9-year-old girl, and to wound 13 others, including an Arizona congresswoman.

Now, I’m not saying he is a Liberal/Progressive/Surrender Monkey, but, no damned self-respecting Conservative male would be ever consider doing that. A Conservative woman? Maybe. How ’bout some Rule 5?

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19 Responses to “Seriously, A Conservative Would Not Pose With His Gun In A Red G-String”

  1. […] Seriously, A Conservative Would Not Pose With His Gun In A Red G-String […]

  2. John Ryan says:

    Loughner now has chosen to shave his head and become a skinhead. That is who he is today, a skinhead.

  3. Kevin says:

    John, you sure are persistent. Unfortunately, still wrong. His head was shaved because he is in jail.

  4. captainfish says:

    OH HOLY HECK!!!

    Teach, pic #2 just told me she wants to meet me at some quaint and darkly lit fancy restaurant.

    Kevin, I am not too sure. I have never seen a person arrested, but not convicted, shaved prior to entering a holding cell. I wouldn’t even expect that such a left-leaning political Sheriff would allow such a thing.

    Every time I see an arrested person coming up before a bail judge, or for their trial, they have all their hair.

    I believe that Loughner did shave his head. However, not as part of some far socialist Nazi sympathy. He is a loon. He’s certifiable.

    If you note, he also shaved his eyebrows.

    I think this was part of his “plan”.

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  6. Kevin says:

    My grandfather was a warden, he used to talk to us about what went on. In most states, especially the more conservative ones, they do shave their heads before taken to jail. They are allowed to grow it out somewhat once they get where they are going, but the initial inspection and transportation process involves shaving the head. It makes it less likely that weapons or other paraphernalia can be hidden in the hair.

    If he had his head shaved before the rest, then that is coincidence. Either way, I haven’t seen any pictures of him the day of the shooting. He may very well have shaved his head and eyebrows himself. I never noticed the eyebrows. Maybe he wants to pencil them in once he gets to prison. Use a little mascara to look good for the guys. (Apparently, if you read his posts in an online gaming forum, he wants sex, he doesn’t care if it is from a guy or girl. My wife told me that wonderful bit of information this morning.)

  7. captainfish says:

    hahahahaahahha

    eeeeewwwwww

  8. gitarcarver says:

    In most states, especially the more conservative ones, they do shave their heads before taken to jail.

    You are confusing being incarcerated after a conviction for a crime and being held in a jail for a crime.

    No one shaves the head of a prisoner before going to trial.

  9. Kevin says:

    No, I’m not confusing the two. Look, you guys aren’t listening to the local news in Arizona. Most likely, because you aren’t in Arizona. I was switching back from CNN, MSNBC, and KGOLD9 in Arizona. The information from CNN was often wrong, then later got it right, MSNBC was better, and the local news got it right the first time. They stated that his head was shaved in jail.

    Do I know why? No. But it is not uncommon for them to shave ALL body hair before throwing them in with everyone else. Maybe they asked if it was alright with him, since they knew he would be going to jail, maybe he said yes. Who knows. The point is, the police did it. For all we know, they were just pissed off at him. Cops in Arizona tend to be liberal in their interpretation of the law. Of course, with all the drug trafficking, I can’t blame them.

    And yes, they do not shave their heads before going to trial. That is true, but they do shave their hair before going to jail, depending on the jail.

  10. gitarcarver says:

    No, I’m not confusing the two

    Yeah, you are.

    There is a difference between having one’s head shaved in jail, and being required to shave one’s head in jail.

    Once again, there is no allowance for cops to shave the heads of people before trial. It creates a bias. Once convicted and going to jail, jails are allowed to shave the heads of inmates for health and security reasons.

  11. Kevin says:

    Right, and how exactly do you know this? Until you can provide me with some factual information to back this up, I am just going to take this as your opinion. KGUN9 in AZ stated specifically that he was required to shave his head. Find me proof to refute this, or drop the conversation. Like I said, they may have given him the choice, but they did it.

    Besides, he had hair before he was arrested, so tell me, at what point did the police allow him to shave his head and eyebrows.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/08/jared-lee-loughner-gabrielle-giffords-shooter_n_806243.html

    Loughner was described by eyewitnesses at the Arizona shooting as a young white man who looked like a “fringe character,” in his mid-to-late 20s, clean-shaven with short hair and wearing dark clothing.

  12. captainfish says:

    Hey guys, hold on a minute. We aren’t there, we don’t know. We can’t put our own town’s or state’s experience on to what Tuscon does.

    Kevin is there, he says, so at least for now we must give him a bit more benefit of the doubt.

    Also recall, that the jail there is overseen by that politically-biased conservative-hating Sheriff DUP-NIK.

    Would you put it past that sheriff to violate a person’s due process rights and individual liberties? A person still holds those rights even while arrested and held on suspicion of committing a crime. At this point Loughner is still innocent of any crime and is untouchable. They lose many of their rights after conviction.

    Would you put it past this sheriff to violate Loughner’s rights knowing that the Sheriff thought he was acting out right-wing hate? And the sheriff HATES right-wing?

    Just a thought exercise.

    I want to see the Quickmart and Walmart videos of Loughner from the night before. Strange how we have not yet. I want to see how he looks there.

  13. gitarcarver says:

    Besides, he had hair before he was arrested, so tell me, at what point did the police allow him to shave his head and eyebrows.

    Yawn.

    http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11016/1118484-84.stm

    Moments after the swirl of panic, blood, death and shock, the suspect was face down on the pavement and squirming under the hold of two civilians, his shaved head obscured by a beanie and the hood of his dark sweatshirt.

    ……

    At a Pima County Sheriff’s Department substation, Audetat guided Loughner to a tiny interview room with a two-way mirror, directed him to a plastic blue chair and offered him a glass of water. The deputy detected no remorse; nothing.

    Now to another building for the mug shot. Look into the camera, the suspect was told. He smiled.

    Notice the time frame. The shooting happens, the guy is arrested and then the mug shot is taken. That is standard procedure around the country.

  14. gitarcarver says:

    Oh, and here is another reason you wouldn’t allow the guy to shave his head prior to the mug shot:

    The mug shot is taken as identification for the jail and also as evidence for what the guy looked like immediately after the crime. This is so some defense attorney can’t say “my client didn’t look like that…. here is his picture right after the police captured him.”

    The mug shot is a record of what he looked like at the time of his arrest.

  15. Kevin says:

    You’re not going to convince me. I know people that were there and they all describe him as having short hair. The New York Times got it wrong. Just like CNN continually screws up the facts in this case.

    I realize there is a point to determining whether or not he had a shaved head. Some people think that means he is a skinhead and then we can assign a political party to him. The fact remains this guy was just crazy, and I don’t see the point of arguing this further. After everything else that has gone on this week, I just don’t care about this.

  16. Kevin says:

    It should also be noted that in the artist rendering of him, he had hair. So, once he was formally charged that is probably when the haircut happened.

    Here is the artist rendering while he was in court. My point wasn’t that his head was shaved before the sentencing. I don’t believe it was, but after he was sentenced, his hair was shaved.

    http://news.yahoo.com/nphotos/slideshow/photo//110110/480/urn_publicid_ap_org706f245f7c6f46b6932e24a15c2eede9/

    My final point, is that my wife and I were hit by a drunk driver here. The guy that hit us was charged with a felony because of the severity of the injuries. His BAC was .21. They shaved his head. I don’t know why, but it is specific to Arizona.

    Once again, there is no allowance for cops to shave the heads of people before trial. It creates a bias. Once convicted and going to jail, jails are allowed to shave the heads of inmates for health and security reasons.

    According to my friend that is a criminal defense attorney here in Tucson, and personally knew Judge Roll, this is bull. He was having the same sort of discussion on facebook with someone that was asking the same types of questions.

    If I am wrong, I will be the first to admit it. It is possible that all the information I have been given, seen, and heard is just wrong. But I find that highly unlikely.

  17. mojo says:

    We tend more towards leopard-print banana hammocks…

  18. Kevin says:

    Thanks captainfish. The live traffic feed says I am here too. Believe me, I wish I wasn’t here.

  19. Kevin says:

    The mug shot is taken as identification for the jail and also as evidence for what the guy looked like immediately after the crime. This is so some defense attorney can’t say “my client didn’t look like that…. here is his picture right after the police captured him.”

    There is nothing to say there wasn’t more than one mugshot taken. This is just the one that was released. I don’t know this for sure, but I have heard they take a new mugshot after they are sentenced and shaved.

    Oh, that’s right, I said I was done with this conversation. I think there is enough evidence here from both of us. People can draw their own conclusions. I just hope that conclusions are not being drawn to place blame and make this political. We already know who to blame. Innocent until proven Guilty, but really, there is no question here. I admit, it is an interesting topic, if he chose to shave his head and eyebrows that would certainly add to the strangeness of his personality. But, if you want to know for any reason that is political, just drop it.

    For me personally, people that I knew and moreso, that my friends knew, are no longer with us because of this. That makes me take this much more personally. It also happened in my town at a place that I go at least once a week. I know that if I wasn’t involved, I could be more detached about it. It’s similar to the Fort Hood Massacre. I didn’t know anyone that died there, and I could feel sympathy for the people that were lost, but it wasn’t personal. Unfortunately, this is personal for me.

    For that reason alone, you can add whatever comments you like, but I am done with this conversation.

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