Just a sample from a fairly well known national conservative who finally reached the boiling point. It starts out a little slow... heh...
I damn sure didn't go to war for this country twice to come home and be told by a bunch of homely chicks with daddy issues, effete literary fops scandalized by the notion of resistance to Third World pathologies, and nimrod sons of politicians playing at journalism what I can and can't say. And I don't think most Americans are ready to have everything they speak, write, or think perused for possible hate criminality by these same goose-stepping creeps.
We'd rather die than "live" on our knees, begging permission to exercise the right God gave us to say whatever we damn well please, whenever we damn well please, and in the manner we damn well please. And those who want to shut us up better be equally committed if they want to succeed.
After Garland, they went too far. They showed their hand and their goal, a world where they decide who gets to say what. Imagine the same hysterical social justice drama queens who shriek about microaggressions getting to decide what you can and can't say. Just understand, you fascist bastards, that if you want to be Nazis, you'll need to do what the Nazis did and find some armed thugs - yeah, I'm using the word "thugs" whether you like it or not - to come stop us. Tell them to wear Kevlar. (cont here) ... and then he really gets going. (sarcasm) Read the whole thing. This sounds like what I think like. Kurt Schlichter (Twitter: @KurtSchlichter) was personally recruited to write conservative commentary by Andrew Breitbart. He is a successful Los Angeles trial lawyer, a veteran with a masters in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, and a former stand-up comic.
I think we can safely assume, given the above, that every word was chosen for effect.
Tough talk. I like it. But I have this uneasy feeling the progressives are winning. You can't beat them with a Glock or an M1 because they have the police state to isolate you, they have the media to convince everyone that you are insane, they have the IRS to take your money. They have the money to buy candidates in both parties. Worst of all they are flooding this country with Third World types who will nullify your votes until voting becomes meaningless. They'll cancel Girt Wilders and Pamela Geller gigs at the country club. They will not allow Wilders or Geller to appear on television. You can say anything you want. I encourage you to do so. But the trick is getting people to listen.
Ebbang, the point is you don't fight them in the open if possible. If they provoke a war, you take out the policy makers and not the mooks. When enough of the people sending the mooks are hiding cause they're terrified and no food is making it to the cities and the riots have them in flames, game is over.
@ #8: Correct but requires much practice. Begin practice at 500 meters and, when proficient at that range, increase practice range by 100 meters reaching an acceptable level of proficiency at each range before increasing to the next level.
This is THE most efficient method in terms of manpower and output that has been so far devised.
"Al-Qaeda has taken advantage of this situation to expand its presence in Yemen, and recently acquired an airport. Though this might sound worrying, it does bring with it the satisfaction of knowing that al-Qaeda now has to worry about airport security."
Given my depression about the state of the world and country I'm glad to find I can still laugh at them.
It does tend to reinforce my somewhat isolationist view that we should find a way to continually support the internecine warfare over there with as little overt action or side picking as possible. Keep them continually at each others throats and only really whack them if they make a move to escape from the sandbox.
[The Right Scoop] I'm sure McConnell is going to have a great time with Obama at the next White House cocktail party, seeing as how he and Obama are now an 'odd couple':
WASHINGTON TIMES -- "A lot of folks like to joke about the odd couple that was Ted Kennedy and Orrin Hatch," Mr. McConnell said Sunday at an event at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston, referring to the late liberal lion and Mr. Hatch, a Republican senator from Utah. "But I think Mitch McConnell and Barack Obama may have them outdone."
"I had to warn reporters not to faint last week before offering the president some praise on trade," Mr. McConnell said, according to USA Today. "I'm even getting handwritten notes from the president these days. He sent one the other day to thank me for supporting the nomination of Loretta Lynch."
Sorry, I gotta go get a barf bag. This bipartisan love affair is making me very nauseous.
Anyone in McConnell's position who would offer such senseless praise or comment should be held immediately suspect, regardless of their record of achievement. Which, by the way, McConnell has none as far as I have been able to tell.
After six years of struggle, deception, backbiting, and legislative failure....... absolutely unconscionable.
[DAWN] IT is a story that will not go away -- and rightly so. A new, sensational account of the run-up to the May 2, 2011 American raid in Abbottabad ... A pleasant city located only 30 convenient miles from Islamabad. The city is noted for its nice weather and good schools. It is the site of Pakistain's military academy, which was within comfortable walking distance of the residence of the late Osama bin Laden.... that killed the late Osama bin Laden ... who was laid out deader than a mackerel, right next to the mackerel... alleges that not only did the then army leadership know of the American raid beforehand but that the Pakistain Army had imprisoned bin Laden for many years in the city. The Seymour Hersh account in the London Review of Books appears to mainly take aim at US President Barack Obama That’s just how white folks will do you.... 's and the White House's version of the events that led to the killing of the world's most wanted terrorist. But in doing so it attempts to take apart the standard story proffered inside Pakistain -- that the army leadership had no knowledge of the Al Qaeda chief's presence in Abbottabad nor did it in any way facilitate the American raid to kill him. In the days to come, there will surely be official denials and sundry attacks made on Mr Hersh's version of events.
Careful scrutiny of the LRB story is in fact required as it contains several perplexing theories and an alternative version of events. But neither should it be lost that Mr Hersh appears largely sympathetic to the Pakistain Army, both in the LRB piece and in comments to this newspaper yesterday, and that the central premise of his article is to dismantle the B.O. regime's version of events. It is clearly not a hatchet job on Pakistain. Which leaves at least three basic points to be made here. First, where is the official Pak version of events, the Abbottabad Commission report? Buried after initial promises that it would be made public, one version of the report has already seen the light of day via a leaked copy to Al Jazeera. That version alone contains a deep, systematic, even fundamental critique of the manner in which the ISI operates. Surely, it is morally and legally indefensible of the state to hide from the public the only systematic inquiry into the events surrounding perhaps the most humiliating incident in decades here. National security will not be undermined by the publication of a report; national security was undermined by the presence of Osama bin Laden on Pak soil.
Second, it is long overdue for parliament to have oversight of the intelligence apparatus. The military itself projects its intelligence wings as omnipresent and omniscient -- surely, it is parliament that ought to be omnipotent, able to inquire into anything done by any branch of the state in the name of public security and the national interest. Nor is it really a question of who will bell the cat -- if parliament were to indicate any interest, the military would be unable to fend off oversight entirely. Finally, the Hersh report underlines an age-old truth: while supreme civilians may not always be truthful, they are always accountable -- something a military-dominated set-up can never be.
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Incidentally, Politico reports that The New Yorker passed on this story when Mr. Hersh offered it to them a few years ago.
[EN.ZAMANALWSL.NET] The long-planned spring battle of Qalamoun - between Hezbollah and Syrian Hereditary President-for-Life Bashir Pencilneck al-Assad Leveler of Latakia... 's forces on one hand, and Syrian rebels on the other hand - started last weekend.
Though the Assad regime and Hezbollah are striving for a victory to regain momentum, it will be a lengthy and costly one that will further degrade their capabilities. Furthermore, it has exposed the reality of the Islamic State
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And may all be in vain for the regime as the rebels have reached the M5 motorway from the east. Lose control of that road, and everything in the north is lost.
The U.S. Army is facing its greatest danger as an institution since the 1970's. Stricken with morale and readiness problems, it is also under attack from leftist social engineers who are determined to remake the Army, even if they have to destroy it.
In the 1980's, men who carried the burden of terrible lessons learned in Vietnam rebuilt the U.S. Army. They created a spectacularly professional force that annihilated Saddam's legions in a defeat not seen since Agincourt.
The Army has been ordered to allow women into the combat arms and special operations. Previously, women were denied these jobs because women do not possess the upper body strength that the combat arms requires. Women are also more prone to injuries and there are hygienic concerns as well.
This is the big lie! Women have served quite capably and with aplomb and distinction in Special Operations units at the 'Tier One' level for decades.
That was the intent all along. There are precious few institutions left in the US which teach real values. The military has been one of them. Ergo, it is under attack.
This isn't about women. It's about gay weddings in the West Point Chapel. It's about commanders who can't use the word "Muslim." It's about purging the ranks of Christians, forbidding soldiers to listen to Rush Limbaugh or read Glenn Beck. It is Stalinist and part of a real campaign to remake the military into just another failed liberal fever swamp.
Hey Kids you have less than a year and a half to go - resist the ashholes in the Wet Dream House at 1600, grow a pair and start fighting back. PC is so the 90's check the calendar, we are almost through the second decade of the 21st Century. The Brits wised-up, why can't you ?
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