November 29, 2015

American BadAss


 
True American Bad Ass - MSG Roy Benavides

Meet a man who is such a bad ass that it takes President Reagan almost 5 minutes to tell the tale... then listen to the man himself tell you all the bits that got left out! MSG Roy Benavidez passed away in 1998, but his bravery, honor, and sheer fortitude will live forever. Long live Tango Mike Mike - his call sign (That Mean Mexican)

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August 04, 2015

Bill Whittle Declares "Thank G-d For Harry Truman"

http://www.pjtv.com/?cmd=mpg&mpid=56&load=1808

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July 10, 2015

Sultan Knish: 5 Ways to Fight the Left.

http://sultanknish.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/5-ways-to-fight-left-and-make-your-life.html

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June 10, 2015

May 22, 2015

Robert Tracinski on The Left

You must-read of the day by the excellent writer Robert Tracinski at The Federalist... how the left defines itself not by what it stands for but by what it stands against.

His argument is damning, and should be read by every thinking person.

Here it is:  http://thefederalist.com/2015/05/19/why-does-the-left-kowtow-to-islam/

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April 29, 2015

April 20, 2015

But we're supposed to shut the fuck up and take it...

Maetenloch nailed it in tonight's ONT at the Moron HQ...

"

And when the justice system has failed or become merely a procedural sham what then?

It's a common conceit among lawyers that our legal system is the justice system - which is not fully true: It's a justice system and a pretty good one at that but it's not the only justice system. So there's an assumption that if the legal system is manipulated and even blocked, then there's simply no recourse at all for those on the receiving end of this treatment and so they'll just accept it. Which is clearly what the above people and their allies seem to believe. Well out of the inertia of trust in the system this is true up to a point - but only up to a point.

But when that trust that justice will actually be delivered is finally broken, stoic acceptance of the jiggered results of a broken system can no longer be counted upon either. Instead you will see a reversion to the older, rougher justice delivery firmware that's embedded in our DNA and it will be ugly. But not necessarily unjust.

Given that people have had their lives destroyed for merely making a bad joke on social media, wearing the wrong shirt, answering a hypothetical question about catering incorrectly, and using the wrong ordering of words in a phrase, not to mention threatened with jail for the act of committing politics, I see no reason that Chisholm, Kluka, Lerner, and Machen who have done far worse should be able to walk the streets and go through life comfortably and carefree.

Don't blame me for this - I wasn't the one who deliberately subverted and broke the system of justice that we had."

Please read this whole thing.

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March 26, 2015

Saved here for posterity.

  1. Rufus T. Firefly Says:

    There are folks much smarter than me here, but I don’t understand why you all don’t see the Congress is as culpable as the President. There are many reasons, but the reasons don’t matter.

    Those with power will almost always try to amass more power and draw it to their sphere of influence. This is why the Founders gave almost all the power to the individual States. Our nation is supposed to be in a continual struggle between the Federal Government trying to centralize power and the States trying to retain it. Because of the XVIIth Amendment and the pool of money created by the XVIth Amendment (and manipulations necessary to win the Civil War and finally remove the scourge of slavery from the Country) (and other reasons) political factions within many of the States have been cooperating with the Federal Government for over a century.

    If a majority of States don’t care enough to get the power they have lost back, why do you assume a majority of Federal Congresspeople will voluntarily choose to relinquish it? It’s completely against human nature. That makes no sense.

    People, if you want to fight a political battle fight it locally. It has to be local. The Federal government is the leviathan. The Legislative branch is even more culpable than the Executive.

    Again, I mean no offense, you are very smart people, but your ideas seem to always revolve around negotiating with the serpent’s tail in hopes it will strangle the serpent’s head.

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November 10, 2014

You mean to tell me...

The leftists are liars?

http://dailycaller.com/2014/11/10/union-study-on-wisconsin-jobs-and-poverty-slammed/

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November 12, 2013

1963: The Communist Agenda

California State University at San Jose
Clark Library, Government Floor
Phone ( 408 )924-2770
Microfilm Call Number: J11.R5
Congressional Record, Vol. 109
88th Congress, 1st Session
Appendix Pages A1-A2842
Jan. 9-May 7, 1963
Reel 12

The book was found in the off campus stacks, was ordered and checked. The quote below was checked against the original and is correct. The few errors in the copy from the Congressional Record are shown in [ ] .
The quote starts on page 259.
California State University at San Jose, Clark Library stacks call number:
Naked Communist
HX56S55
Book title page:
Skousen, W. Cleon. Naked Communist
Salt Lake City, Utah: Ensign Publishing Co.
C. 1961 , 9th edition July 1961.

Congressional Record--Appendix, pp. A34-A35
January 10, 1963

Current Communist Goals
more...

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November 16, 2012

And the winner is....

Champion

Yours truly is the inaugural winner of the Hookers and Booze (dot com) deadpool.  Yeah, that's right... Suck it, commies.  I can predict everything except the stupidity of 51% of America.  To the patriotic, I give you my best.  To the parasitic:  May your children suffer less stupidity than you.  Thanks for the laughs.

And if'n you like booze, boobies, funfunfun, and America, then get your ass over to hookers and booze.  They made me a winner, just imagine what they can do for you!
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November 05, 2012

Election Day Jitters

This election has been a rollercoaster.  Though I try to maintain a veneer of confidence, there are troubling incongruities in polls everywhere... We are to believe the Presidential race is tied, yet many of these polls show a D+7 or D+11 sample set?  We are supposed to accept that the race is tied despite internals showing Indies breaking for the challenger by high single to heavy double digits?
I'm going with my gut, and praying.

My prediction:
Rcp Prediction

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September 09, 2012

No more revisionist history.

Carolynr wrote: The day the democrats took over was not 
January 22nd 2009, it was actually January 3rd 2007 the
day the Democrats took over the House of Representatives
and the Senate, at the very start of the 110th Congress.
The Democrat Party controlled a majority in both chambers
for the first time since the end of the 103rd Congress in
1995.
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May 10, 2012

A pithy comment at HotGas

"What is government? What is political power?

Government is the local monopoly of physical violence. That is the most basic definition of government.
That is it. It is forcing you to behave by it’s rules.

A little mental exercise. If you do not pay your taxes what happens? A man with a gun comes and threatens you with violence. Do not follow any government dictate for long enough and you will end up with a gun pointed at you. Which is why every time you hear someone say "They should do something about X”, where "they” invariably means the government you should ask the complainer if the problem is really important enough to have someone get a gun pointed at them.

Now, what is political power at its most basic level? The ability to direct the government to do your bidding.

Is this basic enough for you to understand why the accumulation of massive political power should concern everyone, not just Conservatives?"

Nathan_OH on May 10, 2012 at 10:12 AM

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May 05, 2012

The Rally In The Fox Valley (Updated)

Today I'll attend the Rally in the Fox Valley right here in good ol' Sloshkosh.  All four Republican US Senate candidates are slated to attend and speak, along with such luminaries as Lt. Gov Kleefisch, Mark Block, Rick Gudex, and others.  Governor Walker, Paul Ryan, and Herman Cain are invited to attend and address the rally, but there has been no confirmation.  I'll be happy either way. 
It is currently overcast and dreary outside, and I'm hoping like hell the rain holds off.  If I don't drink too much beer I'll post photos and shit later, but if it isn't raining I'll burn wood in the backyard.  And drink beer.

(Update)
Rally in the Fox Valley

The rally was well attended, and I happened to meet my brother and nephew there under the TGFSW (Thank God For Scott Walker) banner.  I showed a bit late due to family obligations, but compared to previous TEA Party rallies the crowd size was at least double.  The takeaway:  people are ginned up for the recall election, and boy howdy am I optimistic. 

After the rally, I recommended a nearby dive for drinks and conversation with like-minded folks.  Yeah, the Trail's End is a townie tavvie, but I know the owner.  I believe he is a conservative because he's crabby, and to me it's pretty much the same thing.  I made a couple friends, and came away with a sense of optimism which I previously lacked.  Mark these words:  Scott Walker shall serve AT LEAST eight years as Governor of the State of Wisconsin.  TGFSW.

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May 03, 2012

Pre-Election Jitters

I highly respect Steve Eggleston of norunnyeggs.com, and was lucky enough to run into the guy on an excellent WI recall thread posted by CAC at the HQ. 

126Hey steveegg... what is your prediction? You first, then I'll share mine.(full disclosure: I picked Prosser to lose by a point)
Posted by: the botnet at May 03, 2012 09:43 PM (6PDiu)

Walker by 4.

Posted by: steveegg at May 03, 2012 09:49 PM (o44nj)

++++++++++++++++

132Walker by 4.
Posted by: steveegg at May 03, 2012 09:49 PM (o44nj)

Walker loses by 1. I'm an eeyore. Not willing to wager, and not hoping I'm right.
Posted by: the botnet at May 03, 2012 09:52 PM (6PDiu)

While I trust steveegg's judgement and acumen more than my own, I'm not feeling real optimistic about our beloved Governor's recall survival.  It's going to be a nail biter.  While CAC places a high value on the Prosser/Kloppenberg matchup, the gubernatorial recall election turnout will eclipse the already sky-high State Supreme Court election turnout by at least twofold.  The commies are on the march, and they're sick of losing.  I believe their turnout will be akin to the way in which good patriotic Americans coalesced to enable the 2010 landslide, but in reverse.  Not as brilliant, but enough to win.

I hope I'm wrong.

TGFSW

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March 25, 2012

Quote of the Day:

"We should run Dick Cheney and emphasize he's had a change of heart"
       -George at H&B Chat


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March 24, 2012

March 21, 2012

John Hawkins with your Must Read for the AGES.

I stumbled on a column written by John Hawkins at Right Wing News which I believe neatly crystallizes leftist political thinking.  Here's the opener:

Liberals love to think of themselves as intellectual and nuanced, but liberalism is incredibly simplistic. It’s nothing more than "childlike emotionalism applied to adult issues.” Very seldom does any issue that doesn’t involve pandering to their supporters boil down at its core level to more than feeling "nice” or "mean” to liberals. This makes liberals ill equipped to deal with complex issues.

Please read the whole thing... it is true and rare.

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March 15, 2012

I Am Andrew Breitbart.




War.

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