Archive for December, 2011
Time to start stockpiling – Microsoft is removing all ‘gun-like’ items from the Xbox Live marketplace. Microsoft is allowing users to keep any weaponry acquired before the ban. For now, anyway.
Ron Paul is now claiming on 8 to 10 sentences in his now well known newsletters were problematic and that the issue of racism / anti-Semitism is way overblown. Well those were a pretty powerful 8 to 10 sentences:
“Everybody, all of us back in the 80′s and 90′s, felt Ron Paul was, you know, unusual in that he had actually been a Congressman, that he was one of us and now, of course, that he has this broad demographic–broad base of support,” Mr. Black said on his broadcast yesterday.
Mr. Black is a former Klansman and member of the American Nazi Party who founded the “white nationalist” website Stormfront in 1995.
all that based on 8 to 10 sentences. I guess it’s a good thing that he didn’t write more or America would probably be a very lonely place right now.
Could you imagine the bullshit that would be unleashed if attempts to use the court to force bloggers to out themselves?
Fuck that shit. Furyfuck it anonymously with the Founding Fathers’ fecund fuckstick of freedom. Fuck it for trying to use the courts to inflict harm on a person because of a disagreement. Fuck it for fucking over traditions that go back to the Revolution where anonymous posters and pamphleteers spread their ideas. And fuck it because the thought of how low lefties will stoop never ceases to amaze me.
From Cracked via Carnifex where he is much more sympathetic to the occupiers than I am. Personally I think we screwed them up in the same way a hypothetical persons hypothetical brother and sister are screwing up their hypothetical children. By not beating them enough. Children should be beaten often, randomly and in public just to keep the fear of god in them. So should the occupiers.
(Before you go all ape and start calling the cops to report me for child abuse (or occupier abuse) that was a joke)
“I love Ron Paul,” Clarkson wrote on Thursday. “I liked him a lot during
the last republican nomination and no one gave him a chance. If he wins the
nomination for the Republican party in 2012 he’s got my vote. Too bad he
Clarkson shows she is the very epitome of the informed voter when questioned about allegations of racism levied against Paul:
“I have never heard that he’s a racist? I definitely don’t agree with
racism, that’s ignorant,” Clarkson wrote to one fan.
Shorter Clarkson – “I don’t know a thing about him but I support Ron Paul because that’s what all the cool kids are doing”
I’m sure this is a metaphor for something, I’d go with, “Giving the reins of power to Democrats” personally.
It is darn funny. I like the way he lifts it over his head at the end,
Via Say Uncle
And by “boned”, I mean fucked hard and put away sticky.
My contention on why I won’t vote for Romney is that he won’t undo what Obama is doing and a GOP Congress won’t want to fight a GOP president as hard as they’ll fight Obama.
From Ace’s post
And defending the mandate as “conservative,” every inch of the way, and actually showing uncharacteristic passion while doing so, is would-be Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
See? Romney is only going to want to “fix” what Obama’s done, not undo it. The GOP establishment likes over-arching gov’t control of everything just fine, they like the control too.
Once Congress is in the GOP hands, they can undo what Obama has done and will try to do, it’ll be easier to fight Mitch McConnell and John Boehner when we don’t have POTUS siding with them against us.
I really hope Perry makes a strong showing early because, and this kills me to write, he might be our only hope. I only see Gingrich, Perry and Romney as having a chance right now and that sucks. Gingrich has the will and the balls to undo what Obama’s done, I just don’t know if he has the desire. Perry is weak as hell on immigration but he understands what makes America work, and it’s not gov’t. Gov’t can only get out of the way to let America work.
We are so boned. Need some hotassery.
Cheetah, the most famous of the sanctuary’s 15 chimpanzees, liked to see people laugh.
“He was very compassionate,” Cobb said. “He could tell if I was having a good day or a bad day. He was always trying to get me to laugh if he thought I was having a bad day. He was very in tune to human feelings.”
Ron Priest, a sanctuary volunteer for seven years, said Cheetah stood out because of his ability to stand up – shoulders tall, back straight – and walk like a person.
Cheetah also stood out for another reason, Priest said: “When he didn’t like somebody or something that was going on, he would pick up some poop and throw it at them. He could get you at 30 feet with bars in between.”
Add to those feats his ability to fight the Nazis, and we truly have lost a great one.