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Oct 15 2016

Open Thread


Passed along by Dragon’s Lair.

33 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. Bodhisattva says:

    MEDIA SILENCE: ISIS Muslim Captured . . . in Detroit . . . With Grenade Launcher and Grenades!

    Some of his purchases suggest he was not planning to act alone.

    See link.

  2. Bodhisattva says:


    California Assembly Declares August ‘Muslim Appreciation Month’

    Yeah? I’d appreciate it if they’d GO ON THE HAJJ AND NOT RETURN!

  3. FrozenPatriot says:

    The sportsball gamers only make that kind of money because:

    1. The moonbats flock to their temples to worship them.
    2. Low-IQ dolts can’t imagine life without the soothing drug that is the flicker of the tee-vee, and they are unable to discern the double entendre of the word “programming”…

  4. FrozenPatriot says:

    Here’s a great explanation of Trump’s run for office:

    Key takeaway: “It is NOT about Trump becoming “president” of the former-United States.  Never was, folks.  It was pre-arranged with the Clintons as a means of re-installing the Clinton mafia in The White House while allowing Trump to evolve the Trump brand and increase the value of the Trump brand by billions of dollars.”

    Read the whole thing…

  5. FrozenPatriot says:

    What’s the problem? Did he hurt anyone? Damage anyone’s property? Sounds like he was just keeping and bearing arms to me…

  6. pocketfrog says:

    I have a problem believing that for two reasons. One, it means that Trump agreed to lose, and I don’t see how his ego would let that happen. Two, he’s being way too tough on Hillary for there to have been a deal between them.

  7. Bodhisattva says:

    Paid million dollars to play ball – it’s called BLACK PRIVILEGE in the NFL and NBA!

  8. Bodhisattva says:

    Leaked emails reveal Hillary Clinton’s life of deceit

    “Politics is like sausage being made. It is unsavory, and it always has been that way, but we usually end up where we need to be. But if everybody’s watching . . . then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So, you need both a public and a private position.”

    The sausage maker was Mrs. Clinton, giving one of her $225,000 speeches that she’s so long sought to conceal from the public, in this instance to the National Multi-Housing Council in April 2013. It came at a time when the just-retired secretary of state was coyly gearing up for a White House run, little tin cup at the ready, raking in nearly a million dollars that month alone.

  9. Bodhisattva says:

    I’ll second that motion!

    Jill Stein Tells Progressives: ‘Don’t Waste Your Vote on Corporate Democrats’ Who Betray You

    In other news, arrest warrants have been sworn for Stein and her running mate in conjunction with her trespassing in attempts to stop the Dakota Access pipeline.

  10. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Did he pass the FBI background check before buying these items? Or maybe he exploited the famous “Gun Show Loophole.”
    Sportsman’s Warehouse doesn’t even carry grenades in my area.

  11. Mr. Freemarket says:

    He could be a lot tougher. BTW, have you seen a single Trump ad?

  12. Mr. Freemarket says:

    “We are really not well off.”
    Maybe that was before $6 billion in the state department went missing, and before Bill managed all that “Haiti Rebuilding” money.

  13. JackisBack says:

    It is easier for a poor black to get into an ivy league school for sports that it is for a poor White to get into that same school with outstanding grades.

  14. FrozenPatriot says:

    Between the ten or eleven figure payout, the increase in brand value which money can’t buy, the chance to play the role of a populist leader, and not being involved in the collapse we all know is coming (he certainly does too), I’d say he’s absolutely winning in the long run.

    As for his meanness toward Hitlery; you don’t really think he had true spite (below) for Vince, do you? He’s very good at playing a part for the dolts stuck to their tee-vee. Everyone has a role to play for the cameras and fans, and everyone playing those roles knows how the story ends…

  15. FrozenPatriot says:

    That unconstitutional background check? Don’t really care. Shouldn’t even be there, even for scary moose-limbs.

  16. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Just wondering…..when was the last time that California declared “Methodist Appreciation Month?” Or “Mormon Appreciation Month?” Or “Love the Pope Month?”

  17. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Maybe if there were a potential for scholars to get knee injuries while cheerleaders danced along the sidelines, colleges would care about grades and aptitude.

  18. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Shouldn’t be, but it is. Under current law, explosives devices are heavily regulated. Those who go to the trouble to acquire them are risking significant punishment if they are caught. Thus most people avoid acquiring them.
    So you have to ask the question “why are you going to such efforts to acquire such devices?” Unlike some folks, I actually believe we are being invaded by those with ill intent.

  19. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Well Trump did have an hour-long conversation with Bill Clinton just before announcing his run.
    Naaah…probably just coincidence. After all…they are old friends. And they do have quite a bit in common, including not being really happy with their marital choices.

  20. FrozenPatriot says:

    I agree that we’re being invaded with I’ll intent, however intent is a thought, and I’m not in support of prosecuting thought crimes.

    As for laws in general, what happens when a law violates a higher law? I contend that it is no law at all…

  21. FrozenPatriot says:

    All true. Ol’ Slick Willie sure has a way of making big deals on his wife’s behalf on planes. She must’ve given him latitude to do anything he wanted with all those bimbos and even the little girls on his buddy’s child sex slave island. Combine that with the unlimited cash from the money laundering operation known as the Clinton Global Initiative, and the chance for unlimited poontang as the First Dude of FUSA, and we’ve likely characterized accurately why he’s still with her…

  22. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Let’s not forget the $6 billion that went missing from the State Department, nor the fact that Bill oversaw some of that Haiti Rebuilding the Shantis fund.

  23. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Do you approve of indiscriminate ownership of explosives? Are explosives “arms?”

  24. FrozenPatriot says:

    Absolutely yes, to both. And tanks and fighter jets and every terrible instrument of war. The only chance tyranny has to succeed is if they out-gun their would-be slaves…

  25. pocketfrog says:

    I read somewhere that Trump’s brand has decreased in value, which wasn’t surprising even before all the allegations of sexual assault. And I don’t compare a presidential election to a wrestling match. His criticisms of Hillary will cause her long-term damage among a lot of voters.

    But I’m not dismissing your overall argument, because you could be right. I’m not pretending to know what Trump’s game is. One thing I do know is that Trump is completely fine with attacking the GOP when he feels like it.

  26. FrozenPatriot says:

    And many times the GOP needs to be attacked. Like when they pass the Patriotard Act or invade countries which have not harmed us without declaring war. Or when they pass Mediscare Part D to make sure W gets reelected. Or when they continuously grow government, even under Reagan. Etc. Etc…

  27. FrozenPatriot says:

    Heh, speaking of moose-limbs…

  28. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I have dibs on the first dozen thermonuclear weapons that become available.

  29. pocketfrog says:

    “And many times the GOP needs to be attacked.”
    Absolutely. But I don’t think they ever expected to be attacked by their own presidential nominee.

  30. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Excellent video.

  31. Bodhisattva says:

    Well since they’re openly bigoted against most or all flavors of Christianity and Judaism, only accepting with Islam, I believe we both know the answer.

    Because declaring any of those things would be against the Constitution – showing favoritism to one particular religion over others.

  32. Mr. Freemarket says:

    I find it curious that the Federal Park Service recommends that people not go under Rainbow Arch in Utah in deference to Native Americans’ belief that it is a sacred site.

    Some religions are more equal than others.

  33. Bodhisattva says:

    Yeah they “recommend”, but you get in a lot of trouble if you climb Moro Rock. No “recommend” about it.

    But not Devil’s Tower… there you can climb it and as far as I know no recommendations either. Oh a few people saying “Gosh, shouldn’t you consider how doing so will trigger some people?”

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