Thursday, April 27, 2017

This judge

should be impeached.

and barred from legal work for life.

He isn't impartial.

He's a DNC tool.


Anyone notice?

I'm not wantin' to start suggesting that a few (unwilling) people died for a cause or anything....


And yet, one must break a few eggs to make an omelette and all that.....

But have you noticed that ever since the push for Gun Control failed a few years back, there hasn't been any atrocities committed on the National Media by white guys with firearms?

No schools shot up with those terrible mind infecting Black Rifles, nor high capacity magazine "things that go up", nor 30 round pistol "clips" in those terrible GLOCKSs or anything?

Maybe it has been happening, and we just haven't been informed by the media?

Or did all those kids in Connecticut and all those folks in the movie theater in Colorado die and get shot and permanently injured by those whacked out kids on psychotropic drugs for no real good reason. Does Gabby Gifford have a permanent brain injury for nothing....?

Were all those folks just (wasted) sacrifices?

'Cause in case you haven't noticed, there haven't been any big splashy ones since the Left gave up trying to take yer guns away.

(But I bet had Hillary been elected there would have been at least two incidents by now....Just to set the stage ....)

Flip Flip Flip

And Trump Caves Again.

So those ObamaCare subsidies?

The ones that Trump was gonna rescind?

That campaign promise?

Yeah, so much Hot Air.

First the Wall.....

Now this:

Trump Caves On Obamacare Subsidies To Avoid Government Shutdown.

I'm growing ever more unhappy with Trump. He SHOULD go to a Shutdown if that is what it takes to get his budget.....Wall, and Obamacare and all the other promises he made.


We elected him on those promises, after all. He doesn't appear to have the spine to even really try.

Apparently he's gonna approve a bailout of Puerto Rico as well, in order to prevent a standoff with Democrats and a budget shutdown.  I'd like to see that standoff...there is a point wherin one has to take a stand...

He is, I think, getting bad advice from Reince Priebus.....The leader of the previous GOP, who couldn't stop anything the Light Bringer did...that party of accommodation.

And it is showing in Trumps lack of victories.

Stand up and fight, Mr. Trump! 

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Fuk the UN

They claim that repealing ObamaCare is against "International Law"?

Why don't they take some of their bloated salaries and the profits they make off of the decisions they do at the UN and subsidize those folks they want to protect?

(Of course, they could do a lot with that money in other parts of the world also....)

And we need to make one thing clear to the UN.

They don't get a say in the laws or operation of the Government of the US. .

If they don't like that, and cannot understand that, and can't keep their fingers off of our pie, they are welcome to take their headquarters somewhere else and they can do without our contributions to the UN. (They'd lose better than 20% of their income).

Were I Trump, I'd tell em to take a flying fuck at a rolling donut.

I have found that those surplus blue helmets can be penetrated by a .308 NATO round at a bit over 450 yards. (YMMV).
Just sayin'.




HaHaHa


Self justified derangement

See, it isn't the fact that so many have Trump Derangement Syndrome, it is the fact that Trump is just so terrible..

Or something.

It isn't the fact that so many can't be objective in their assessment of Trump's actions (Nor could they be objective in their assessment of the actions of The Light Bringer Barry Soetoro (See also, a Nobel Prize for....doing nothing)....It is on fact the terrible things Trump might someday do when he gets a chance.....

Or something like that.

It isn't the fact that, while conservatives feared Barry Soetoro's wish to "Fundamentally Change America", we all sat there and waited for him to make the attempt and then fought him every step of the way, rather than gnashing our teeth and crying and having to take our anxiety meds and have Drum Circles and Two Minute Hates Support Groups and such.....We dealt with things as they came, in a logical and realistic manner rather than stress out over our imagined fears that we projected onto a powerful leader not of our philosophy.

It's not because their revered Obama didn't have gaffes and miscues and mistakes in his first few months in office (and later).....

No, it is, in this article, just because Trump is who he is. 
And that, my friends, is all the justification that these folks need to have Trump Derangement Syndrome.....in spades
Well,  my new truck FINALLY got to the Dealership.

And it be nice.

Leather, diesel, RamBox, lots and lots of stuff to be happy about.

Last one lived with me for 14 years....and it still has got a few years of life left.








Tuesday, April 25, 2017

So what's afoot?

Seems the entire Senate is to be briefed about something to do with North Korea.

How is yer prep status?

Just sayin'. 

Well, fuck

Trump caved on the wall.

Now we are told "Maybe Next Year".  Trump "Takes the Wall off the table in Budget negotiations".

I think he ought to sell sponsorships in one foot sections to citizens for $100 each. I bet he could pay for the wall that way.


So now we can add the Wall to the failures and broken promises, along with Repeal. 2 big promises that got him elected are being tossed by the wayside.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Bad boyz, Bad boyz...

Whatcha gonna do whatcha gonna do when we come for MLK?


So they are taking down another set of Confederate memorials today....

Because when we decide MLK was not who you feel he was, when we decide he becomes irrelevant, when we choose to claim he was racist, or this deeds were hate speech, as this originated at...because some asshole wearing a Black Power patch on his jacket kills a white man, or wearing a Malcom X "X" shoots and kills a bunch of white folks...

You gonna dare to stop us from removing a statue or a bust of MLK?

'Cause so far, people have been decent and let you get away with trashing their memorials to their heritage. You claim "racist" but those folks were all a hundred or more years ago.

What you mean is that you want to show how much power you have, as black people.

Symbols mean things to people. Just as you claim that that civil war memorial is "racist" and you revere the Statue of Martin Luther King......so does that "Confederate" statue stand for the heritage of the families that built the south.

No, it wasn't on the backs of the blacks despite what your current version of history might represent....

Learn the truth, deal with the fact that those memorials are there and shut up and find a black person who will do something important enough to be memorialized and then pay for a statue or memorial for that person.....

'Cause otherwise, someone is gonna start finding ways to denigrate MLK and we will begin finding excuse (like every black on white crime) to rename his streets and parks and then eventually pull down his statues (most of which were paid for by whites as taxpayers).

If y'all keep this up, yo won't like how it ends, 

It would seem

That if it weren't for fake hate crimes, there would be none at all:

A Muslim professor at Indiana State University lied about receiving threatening emails and being attacked on campus, police say.

It is odd that seemingly none of the hate crimes that are reported are real, isn't it? I cannot find a single "Hate Crime" that was actually, you know, legitimate.

Odd, that. 

Question for liberals:

And democrats.....(but I repeat myself)




Build that wall!!!

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Where are they now?

These are quotes from 1970 Earth Day "scientists".

Where are they now? What have they got to say for themselves? I've lived here on this Earth the entire time...since before there was an Earth Day. I haven't seen these terrible results happen.....

"The world has been chilling sharply for about twenty years. If present trends continue, the world will be about four degrees colder for the global mean temperature in 1990, but eleven degrees colder in the year 2000. This is about twice what it would take to put us into an ice age." — Kenneth Watt

"Population will inevitably and completely outstrip whatever small increases in food supplies we make. The death rate will increase until at least 100-200 million people per year will be starving to death during the next ten years." — Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich

"By the year 2000, if present trends continue, we will be using up crude oil at such a rate… that there won't be any more crude oil. You'll drive up to the pump and say, ‘Fill 'er up, buddy,' and he'll say, ‘I am very sorry, there isn't any.'" — Ecologist Kenneth Watt

"It is already too late to avoid mass starvation," — Denis Hayes, Chief organizer for Earth Day

"In a decade, urban dwellers will have to wear gas masks to survive air pollution… by 1985 air pollution will have reduced the amount of sunlight reaching earth by one half." — Life magazine

These folks made a fair amount of money during their career.... Is anyone asking for a refund?

I'd love to see Scientific American, or Nature, or National Geographic interview these folks if they are still alive....see what they have to say about their dire predictions.

'Cause we have more oil, less pollution, no "Glowbal Cooling" (Now we have passed to "Glowbal Warmering", and since that didn't pan out either, it is now "Climate Change")... More food (where the governments haven't failed their citizens and caused shortages) and better overall living conditions for nearly everyone in the world since 1970.


If you live in Providence

Or if you know anyone who does live there

Or you own property in Providence.......(Rhode Island, that is)....

Then I'd advise you to sell, or tell your friends and/or family to sell their property as soon as possible.

Providence has chosen to become a lawless city.

Look at what happened to crime in Chicago when Mayor Rahm and the feds got through hobbling the police force.

The place will be a shithole in less than 2 years. Maybe less than a year...Bet on it.

Yes, it was heading that way already, but when one is in a car heading for a cliff, it is best to keep your foot off of the gas pedal.




Friday, April 21, 2017

So the French

Begin their elections today (Don't fully understand their method, but it apparently takes some time).

And reports are that the "Far Right" is expected to do well...

Duh.

The current bunch welcomed a bunch of Muslims with no vetting at all into the country.

And like in any group of people, there were good ones and bad ones.

You never hear about the good ones, of course. They just quietly go about their lives. Most refugees are decent...

But the bad ones take a terrible toll. And yes, there are a bunch of bad ones in the "Refugees" that are making their way throughout western Europe.....welcomed by (among others) the French government. And the French are noticing that their crime rate is climbing, and it is nearly all Muslims doing it.

And people are surprised that LePen and others are gonna do well? 

The GOP just doesn't get it....

We don't want a modified Obamacare, nor Obamacare Lite, nor a "somewhat better" Obamacare, nor the current plan that they are "working on".

I want the REPEAL that was promised. Promised during the campaign.

FULL FUCKING REPEAL. Absolute full repeal.

Nothing less will do. 

Thursday, April 20, 2017

What a great idea!

If you are the guy in control.....

"A gun for every militiaman!" 


Except that the "Militiamen" are those who support Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro. 

Of course, regular citizens can't own guns, there have been confications. 

So only the military, the "Militia" (not what you and I would consider militia, but supporters of Maduro) and "private Security Companies" can purchase or own firearms. 

Maduro hopes to keep control over the country from what he labels "imperialist aggression."

Kinda like what the British had in mind, lo that many years ago....





Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The events

242 years ago show WHY we need a second amendment.

Men, free citizens with firearms and other weapons EQUAL to those of the "authorities", were able to fight back and to make sure that their voices were heard and that they were able to determine their destiny.

Things are the same today..... If that were the choice chosen.

An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed citizen is, of course, a serf.

That is being demonstrated today in Venezuela. 

Not much changed

Via Old NFO I bring you this:

So really, not much has changed over the years, has it???


'Twas also on this day in 1993

That the FBI proved that they were no longer the premiere law enforcement agency, but merely a puppet of the Clinton administration.

They attacked the compound (or what was left of it) with teargas at approximately 6 AM.
This led to a significant fire about 11:30, which killed 80 adults and 22 children.

To be fair, the FBI was handed a really rotten job, cleaning up after the mess that the ATF had made earlier in the year.
But the FBI, in an attempt to make a statement, in an operation cobbled together by Street agents with no knowledge of how to assault such a compound, really screwed the pooch, leading to the fire and subsequent deaths.

Remember them. The died at the hands of your benevolent government for the simple fact of wanting to live away from others, in the manner they wished, and worship as they wish. And the ATF, in an attempt to gain funding, caused such a debacle that the Government couldn't back down until the victims were dead.

Remember also that not ONE of the agents....Not ONE, refused their orders, even knowing that the service they worked for was in the wrong.

And remember that we, as a nation, stood by and watched it happen. 

Patriot's day

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot." -- Mark Twain


At what point do you say "NO!"?

In all Revolutions, really in all conflicts, there is a spark, a beginning. Thus is the story of the American Revolution. The tinder was there, the unhappiness with the Rule of the King had led to pressures and the ground was dry and ready for  a conflagration to spark.....

The Colonists chose to say "NO!" 242 years ago today.

They chose to stand and fight the legally appointed soldiers of the King of England, carrying out legal orders.

They chose to refuse to be disarmed.

Today, 242 years ago, warned by Paul Revere and William Dawes that "the British are coming!", they chose to stand and fight. To say "NO!"....To do battle with seasoned soldiers in order to keep their way of life and to have their freedom from a King who gave them no representation and who ruled from thousands of miles away.

They chose to keep their guns, and to keep their ammo, in order that they would have a say in what their future would be, rather than be a disarmed serf to be ordered at the whim of the King's men.

'Twas on Lexington Green that early in the morning Captain Parker is said to have ordered his men: "Stand your ground; don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here.".

Whatever the legend, we do know that several colonist men were shot, and 8 men killed in the exchange of gunfire and the subsequent rush with bayonets.

The bloodshed was to be repaid later that afternoon.

The British marched to Concord, searched the town for arms and powder and shot, finding none, but did find cannon secreted in several places. These cannon were disabled.

The British were foolish enough to fire a shot, beginning the battle of Concord.

The British, after the first skirmish, assembled and took their time before marching back to Lexington on their way to Boston.

The Militia took advantage of the terrain and their familiarity with it, and began sniping and ambushing the column of British Regulars:

"Chasing the red-coats down the lane / Then crossing the fields to emerge again / Under the trees at the turn of the road, / And only pausing to fire and load."

In Lexington, the British were met with reinforcements, nearly doubling their number.
They rested their men, and began the long march back to Boston.

The Militia, whose numbers grew throughout the day, would stop, shoot, mount their horses, dash ahead, and repeat their depredations of the British. The closer to Boston they got, the more the British suffered at the hands of the growing numbers of Militia.  Menotomy and Cambridge were particularly bloody for the British.

The Revolutionary war had begun in earnest.

Remember those men. They, with their blood, and sweat, and their bravery made the country you have today possible.


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Intelligence on the enemy's actions

Tonight is the 242nd anniversary of Paul Revere's famous ride to warn the colonists that the "British are Coming!"

Wadsworth chronicled it later:

Listen my children and you shall hear
Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere,
On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five;
Hardly a man is now alive
Who remembers that famous day and year.
He said to his friend, "If the British march
By land or sea from the town to-night,
Hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch
Of the North Church tower as a signal light,--
One if by land, and two if by sea;
And I on the opposite shore will be,
Ready to ride and spread the alarm
Through every Middlesex village and farm,
For the country folk to be up and to arm."

(click the link to see the rest of the poem)

There were, actually TWO men giving the warning (and later, a third), although William Dawes got screwed and wasn't mentioned in Wadsworth's poem.  Both took to horse and rode to Lexington via different routes to warn the colonists along the way as well as the residents of Lexington that the British Regulars, under orders of General Gage were to march  on Concord that evening and confiscate the powder and shot cached there as well as any weapons they could find. (without weapons, the colonists could not effectively fight back!)

Revere risked arrest by crossing the river (in a rowboat) at a time when it was against the rules to do so. He did so anyway risking arrest and imprisonment and waited for the signal from the North Church. One lantern if the British were to travel via land two Lanterns if they were going to travel by sea....

Across the river, Revere (and Dawes) saw two lanterns, and took to horse to warn the colonists. They warned everyone along the way, and Dawes met him in Lexington where they warned Adams and Hancock.. They continued in their travels (accompanied by Samuel Prescott) in an attempt to alert the folks at Concord, but ran into a British Patrol. Prescott got away, Dawes and Revere were detained. Prescott continued to Concord to warn the colonists there.

All in all, the warning carried by Dawes and Revere (and then Prescott) may well have made the difference between there being a successful American Revolution and the leaders of the Revolution being arrested and the colonists weapons and powder and shot with which to fight being confiscated.

Paul Revere, William Dawes (and Sam Prescott) were heroes who realistically saved the Revolution.

Revere got credited by Wadsworth. The others got an honorable mention in the history books. Their   warning led to a victory at Lexington and then at the Colonist were prepared for the British.

Then, as now, timely intelligence on the enemy is vital for planning.

Remember those men, and the others you will read about tomorrow. Without them, we might not have the republic we have today.

Tax day

Anyone, no matter who you are, that tells me that I don't pay my "Fair Share" is gonna get punched in the face.


Monday, April 17, 2017

A violent Easter

So, on Chicago's South Side, there were 40 (FORTY) people shot on Easter weekend. Forty people.

'Twasn't good Lutherans that did it, nor those rambunctious Amish Yoots. Probably not European ancestry folks either.

The press has studiously avoided telling us the race or giving descriptions of either the victims or the perpetrators, which should tell you something.

Until we can discuss the problem truthfully, we can't fix the problem.

Yep, I know, I'm a racist.
Truth hurts sometimes though.




Interesting:

Seems that since Trump was elected, there is a rise in citizenship applications.

Some of the spin is that because green card holders now want to be able to vote...So they want to be citizens.

There is also a large group that lived here for years illegally, but never bothered to gain citizenship or any legal status like a green card....

Now, of course, that has changed.

Interesting that once the DNC and their ignoring of immigration laws (and outright violating them in some cases) people wanting to live and work here in the US are bothering to do the right thing.

Funny, that. 

Indeed:

Not so easy when the other side plays by your rules, izzit? 

I have always figured that if you think you need to hide your face, then you feel that your actions are contemptible and something to be ashamed of.

Notice, at Berkely, who wore masks to hide their faces?

And, this is Berkely....As the author says, try this in Texas, or Iowa, or  Kansas or Indiana or pretty much anywhere in the Midwest.

I've always found that a protest sign is most effective if it is stapled to a Louisville Slugger or an axe handle...(YMMV, check local laws, etc.). Especially when gripped tightly in both hands.  ("Ain't nothing like a nice piece of hickory" and all that)

Someone, soon, is gonna get seriously hurt or killed. But hey, they set the rules. Live or die by 'em.

Didja notice in the YouTube, the Trump folks all had First Aid supplies and appeared to know how to use 'em? Planned on taking damage, it appears. I can respect that.

And they ain't hiding their faces, either.


Sunday, April 16, 2017

I Laughed and laughed

@calebWilde 11/16 2013:As a mortician, I always tie the shoelaces together of the dead. 'Cause if there is ever a Zombie Apocalypse, It will be HILARIOUS."

Via a friend who saw it on a facebook page.


2 weeks ago.....

The dealership called to tell me that the truck that I had ordered would be arriving in a week or 10 days...2 weeks at the outside......

Today (Saturday), they told me that it should be here in....2 weeks, maybe a week, ten days...two weeks at the outside.

I am beginning to see a pattern here.... 

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Maybe I will go....

Nah, the Secret Service will likely make me take off my gun(s) and knives and other pocket implements of destruction and mayhem. I hate that.

I dunno. I mean, "Victim Disarmament Zone". I tend to avoid those. I have known 3 Secret Service Agents in my life. One I respect greatly (talking about you, Lee). The other two were Polish and Irish Drunks, with the IQ of a bar piano in a whorehouse.....and that might be insulting the piano.
(In case you didn't get it, I don't trust the SS very much.....Certainly not with MY personal security) ...plus there is the To and From the event where I would be disarmed....in Atlanta. 

WALL

Now that is what a border wall should be.
Of course, then one needs a minefield to make things even less encouraging for those who would try to cross.

And the company the company that has proposed it is being threatened by the SJW's....

I think they ought to let people sponsor a section.




(I especially l ike his offer to those who would oppose the wall....He will come and remove the fence around their house....for free....Since after all they oppose walls and all...

Friday, April 14, 2017

Lack of posting

Dental issues are taking up most of my meager intellect. Therefore the cogitation needed for blogging is lacking.

Sorry 'bout that.


Monday, April 10, 2017

One wonders how the police officers

Were able to leave the plane unharmed.

Officers beat man unconscious and drag him off plane in bloody mess. 

One would think, in a post 9-11 world, that the attacking officers would be beaten by passengers. One wonders why this did not occur.

I see several things:

1. The officer doing the beating should be sued...no "professional immunity".

2. The officers that were with him, who stood by and did nothing, should be fired for failing to stop a crime in progress....specifically battery and/or assault.

3. Once I am issued a boarding pass and seated. That is my seat. You can deny me a boarding pass and therefore a seat, and rebook me on another flight...but once I am seated, the contract (ticket) is in force. (yeah I know, Obeying the "legal orders of a flight crew"...but that is valid only once the airplane has left the terminal, so not valid here) United owes this guy BIG compensation for their actions. If not forthcoming voluntarily, then through the court system.


But, again, why did the passengers allow some guy with a badge to beat a man unconscious for refusing to vacate a seat he had paid for and been assigned? Why was the man with a badge not stopped...with force, if necessary? There were plenty of passengers who could have, at least, blocked the aisles and called for State police or other law enforcement.

Allowing such behavior, cop or not, is wrong.