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Nov 20 2012

Open Thread


Via Legal Insurrection, on a tip from TED.

63 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. Jimbo says:

    My faith keeps me from randomly killing unarmed communists. But the first time one of the sons-of-bitches physically and aggressively trespasses on my property, all bets are off.

    Impeach the foreign-born communist liar!

  2. 762x51 says:

    How funny, religion is all that has kept me from killing liberals for years, now that has changed. Evil must be stopped at all costs and killing these scum is now the only way to stop them.

    Jimbo – Lock and load bro, the time has come.

  3. AC says:

    Right-wing teabagger nation cuts dividend tax rate from 10% to 5% to stimulate economy

    Did I say right-wing teabagger nation? I meant Communist China.

    Our dividend tax rate is several times higher.

  4. AC says:

    Miserable economy spawns gold chain robbery epidemic

    Stockton has seen over 250 chain robberies since April and one murder. Being located in California leaves the city’s victims ripe for the picking.

    This epidemic wouldn’t last more than a week or so in a place like Houston, where the scumbag robber would soon be summarily indicted on 7+1 counts of messing with Texas.

  5. AC says:

    A law-abiding citizen retired a prolific burglar

    Not surprisingly, the “community” held a vigil for the neutralized intruder.

    I’m sure he was turning his life around.

  6. Bo-Jangles says:

    If the poor killed the rich, who would feed them, educate them, clothe them, house them, pay for their medical needs, provide them with free lawyers when they’re arrested, and tolerate all their whining?

    Gee, now that i think of it, the rich must be pretty stupid.

  7. AC says:

    The people of Stockton and every other city hurt by the lousy economy should learn from Florida:

    Armed robber brings knife to gunfight, will be voting Democrat for many years to come

    “We continue to be exasperated by the view, apparently gaining momentum in certain circles, that armed robbery is okay as long as nobody gets hurt! The proper solution to armed robbery is a dead robber, on the scene.” – Col. Jeff Cooper

  8. Skyfall says:

    In a “progressive” world where violence and hate are their stock-in-trade, that bumper sticker might be true.

  9. Snowsnake says:

    I don’t understand. Global warming is a religion. Homosexuality has become a religion. Entitlement has become a religion. Claiming special privilege because of race, gender, and political party is a religion. And most or perhaps all of these ‘religions’ encourage killing the rich or at least punishing the rich or anybody else who has something that the practitioners want.

    Since Christianity gets stronger when one takes the religion out of Christianity, the banner really doesn’t apply to Christianity. And Christianity if practiced according to a Christ-centered Bible-based faith can not
    tolerate murder and hate. In all of this Christians are in the world but not of it.

    Yet one would suppose this is aimed at Christians.

  10. Nathaniel M says:

    wow… that bumper sticker is ***ked up on so many levels I dunno where to start 🙁

  11. johnnosk says:

    Any word on St Skittles case, has it gone to trial yet?


    1448 Days to go

  12. Backbone 76 says:

    What an ESSHOLE. I hope you keyed this guys moonbatmobile.

  13. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    The Ministry of Finance published a new rule after the market close under which investors who hold stocks for more than a year will be subject to a 5 per cent dividend tax, instead of 10 per cent.

    Those who hold stocks for one month or less will be charged a 20 per cent dividend tax.

    This tax scheme is still rather meddling, but we shall see how this stacks up against the Keynesian model of brutally punishing savings

  14. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    And as long as we are on the subject, I might as well pull this one up…
    Herr Krugman believes you will run just as hard on the hamster wheel with a top marginal rate of 91 percent.

  15. AC says:

    Economic growth is most sensitive to long-term rates. Shorter term investments should not be disincentivized, but such taxes aren’t nearly as crippling as those which target investors in it for the long haul.

  16. AC says:

    Liberalism is truly a mental disorder.

    Liberals clamor for a 91% top rate while saying that previous rates did not hurt the economy, yet they fiercely defend the death tax as a way to capture revenue from families who pass down huge unrealized gains never subjected to those insane rates in the first place.

  17. Nathaniel M says:

    “yet they fiercely defend the death tax”

    My feelings in regards to the Death Tax is, “Ya know… I’m f**kin’ dead. Could you please not tax me any more?”

    Why not just open my casket up in front of my family and necrophiliaz™ my corpse for Pete’s sake.

  18. A. Levy says:

    “It is almost universally felt that when we call a country democratic we are praising it; consequently, the defenders of every kind of regime claim that it is a democracy, and fear that they might have to stop using the word if it were tied down to any one meaning…” – George Orwell

  19. Rotohammer says:

    …if we’re lucky.

  20. Sam Adams says:

    Nathaniel M says:
    November 20, 2012 at 9:18 pm

    Why not just open my casket up in front of my family and necrophiliaz™ my corpse for Pete’s sake.

    Will you please pass the mind bleach?

    Still…..a pretty funny image.

  21. Sam Adams says:

    Here’s what the bumper sticker should say:

    It is what keeps right wingers from shooting all leftists on sight.

  22. Sam Adams says:

    Speaking of religion and all…did you notice what the peaceful folks of Hamas did with suspected informers?

    Hamas Publicly Executes Six ‘Suspected Collaborators’ With Israel


    One they even drug through the streets behind a motorcycle. Mind you the six suspected informers didn’t get a trial by jury, either. No need worrying about such niceties.

    Would someone please stop sending these barbarians their surplus rockets???

  23. Sam Adams says:

    One other comment on the bumper sticker…

    The left is all about class warfare; rich versus poor, black versus white versus Hispanic. Men versus women…the list goes on and on.

    I’m not rich. In 2010, I lived well below the poverty line. Thing is…I bought a business (using my wife’s retirement). A couple of years from now, I could be rich…or at least living comfortably. So I sympathize with the rich because I’m going to be one of them some day. After all; that’s the essence of the American Dream. It is why millions of people left other countries and moved here.

    So the leftists can just stuff their “eat the rich” rhetoric. I love the rich (expect for Michael Moore and Jay Rockefeller and a few other liberal moonbats). The rich are the guys who finance new businesses. They are the guys who made it possible for me to borrow enough money to buy my business. Sometimes they are my clients.

    Leftists also hate the rich because they have never met anyone rich who doesn’t think like them. I love talking to rich folks and learning how they made their money. The more I talk to them, the more I learn, and the more I increase the chances of getting rich.

    God bless America.

  24. IslandLifer says:

    Geithner: Eliminate Debt Limit!

  25. IslandLifer says:

    Iron Dome At Work:

  26. james says:

    I’m guessing that is a Volvo.

  27. Bloodless Coup says:

    Must Watch Video

    DHS Ready For Massive Civil Unrest, Internment Of “Dissidents”

  28. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Sam Adams says:
    November 20, 2012 at 10:47 pm

    It’s liberal enclaves like DC, and Hollywierd where the rich wall themselves off from the riff raff.
    Around here most of the wealthiest wear overalls to town and drive beat up junk.

    The death tax is really the dumb tax
    But as Chairman O said,
    “it’s not about the revenue, Charlie”

  29. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    That bumper sticker should read
    “Capitalism keeps the rich from murdering the poor”

  30. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    From AC’s link
    Friend Octaius Vester said Reed shouldn’t of been shot.

    “He could have just pulled it out and scared them,” said Vester.

    Although friends said Reed was a good kid, his Facebook page paints a different picture.

    He is seen with other boys pointing guns and throwing gang signs.

    There you have it.
    The most vehement anti gun supporters are criminals themselves and their “acquaintances”

  31. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    The AP frets over whether a strategy of diving off the “fiscal cliff” will hurt the Democrapt brand

  32. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Contrary to popular opinion, rich liberals DO want to keep what they have earned
    I did not vote for Obama because I think I am paying too little in taxes.

    Like many people I know, I am “rich” by Obama’s standards. I pay more taxes, percentage wise, than Mitt Romney and Warren Buffett, because I earn virtually every penny of my income.

    Yes we know, moron
    Class envy was not supposed to focus on you

  33. Mickey Shea says:

    They drank Bloomberg’s kool-aid, now they’re stuck in

  34. James McEnanly says:

    Sadly, the bumper sticker on the left is historically correct. Whenever you have a great massacre, such as the French, Chinese or Russian revolutions, the Christian Church is also attacked first.

  35. Sam Adams says:

    AC says:
    November 20, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    Right-wing teabagger nation cuts dividend tax rate from 10% to 5% to stimulate economy

    Did I say right-wing teabagger nation? I meant Communist China.

    Unlike the path we are taking, Communist China is embracing many of the principles of economic freedom (what Karl Marx calls capitalism). It accounts for much of the economic success that they have enjoyed.

    It is much easier to start and run a business there than in the US. And…no need to worry about OSHA or the EPA shutting you down, either.

    No unions, either.

  36. Sam Adams says:

    Ghost of FA Hayek says:
    November 21, 2012 at 6:32 am

    Contrary to popular opinion, rich liberals DO want to keep what they have earned
    I did not vote for Obama because I think I am paying too little in taxes.

    Like many people I know, I am “rich” by Obama’s standards. I pay more taxes, percentage wise, than Mitt Romney and Warren Buffett, because I earn virtually every penny of my income.

    Liberal morons should understand that “the rich” are in favor of raising taxes on income because:
    1. The rich already have their wealth. High income taxes won’t take their wealth away. Jay Rockefeller has been living off his granddaddy’s money since he was born. No death tax will take it away because his family already knows how to shelter great wealth.

    2. Higher taxes on income makes it more difficult to become wealthy. “The rich” like their wealth and don’t really want a bunch of other folks making great piles of money and competing with their positions as the world’s wealthy.

    I’m old enough to remember living under high tax rates like we had when Jimmy Carter was in office. Top tax rate was 72%. Accountants would tell their doctor clients (for example) when to stop working; they had already reached the top tax rate and any additional work would mean that almost all their additional income would be taxed away.

    So come September or October, a lot of doctors and high income earners would simply take a vacation rather than keep working.

  37. Obama’s Gun Ban List Is Out

    Remember, the first step in establishing a dictatorship is to disarm the citizens.

  38. Sam Adams says:

    Woman “flipping off” at the tomb of the unknown soldier. Should she lose her job?

    (A lot of folks apparently are upset with our military, and their efforts to defend them. Perhaps there is another country or location where they would rather live where they no longer need to worry about the US military defending them. Middle east?)

  39. Sam Adams says:

    “democratization of credit.”

    Under Obama, the Federal Housing Administration has increasingly backed new home loans to so-called rebound borrowers who recently defaulted on past mortgages. The agency is allowing lower-income borrowers to get loans just three years after foreclosure with as little as 3% down and lousy credit scores. In fact, a whopping 40% of newer FHA-backed loans are subprime.


    That’s right, kiddies. FHA is making loans to people who have lousy credit, little to put down on a mortgage and have recently defaulted on a mortgage. How can that lead to anything bad?

  40. Sam Adams says:

    Who killed Hostess?

    But the story of Hostess and private equity — at least over the last couple of years — is hardly the cliché that Bained portrays. No tears need to be shed for Ripplewood and its investors, but they weren’t part of a get-rich-quick scheme either.

    Ripplewood, which was founded by Timothy C. Collins, a major Democratic donor, is expected to lose most, if not all, of the $130 million or so it invested in Hostess. The company’s lenders, led by Silver Point Capital and Monarch Alternative Capital, are not expected to fare well either.

    The behind-the-scenes tale of Hostess and Ripplewood may be the opposite of a project to buy it, strip it and flip it. When Mr. Collins originally looked at Hostess, he was trying to make investments in troubled companies with union workers. He was convinced that he could work with labor organizations to turn around iconic American businesses, and he hoped Hostess would become a model for similar deals.

    Early on, Mr. Collins sought out Richard A. Gephardt, the former House majority leader, who had become a consultant on labor issues, to help Ripplewood acquire Hostess and work with its unions. Mr. Collins had previously been a donor to Mr. Gephardt’s election campaigns, according to an article in Fortune magazine this year that described the relationship.

    It was Mr. Collins’s relationship with Mr. Gephardt — a Democrat and longtime friend of labor — that helped make the deal happen in the first place.

    A private equity firm, aligned with democrat goals of promoting union labor, finds out that it ain’t easy or profitable living with union labor.

    Who wouldda thunk?

  41. Bob Roberts says:

    And when you travel, be sure to bring several dollar bills.

    TSA reportedly exposed breasts of Rep. Ralph Hall’s teen grandniece, called it ‘accidental’ – and of course they blamed the girl for it. Naturally they did this to the relative of a REPUBLICAN, from TX no less.

    This is what HAMAS calls a truce

    Hamas had been claiming a truce was going into effect even as they were preparing this dastardly act. Meanwhile Egypt’s president complains about Israeli “aggression”.

    Obama/Democrat legacy

    More Americans will use food stamps to buy their Thanksgiving dinner this year than ever before, according to a new report from the nonprofit government watchdog group The Sunlight Foundation.

    Federal unions are opting out of any fix for fiscal cliff

    The Federal-Postal Coalition — a group representing more than two dozen federal employee unions — pleaded with Congress on Monday to spare their members in any deal related to the “fiscal cliff.”

    While some changes in the bloated federal government will be necessary for the long term fix, the short term fix involves sacred cows: ENTITLEMENTS, which you know the Senate/Democrats/Obama won’t touch.

    AFTER DEMOCRATS launched an all out war on Mia Love and Alan West, MSNBC claims GOP launched an “all out war on people of color”.

    When the GOP tried to nominate hispanics to high court positions, Democrats opposed it viciously yet came out squeaky clean. How does that work?

    Alleged “Clinton Prosperity”, which was actually more the result of Republicans controlling Congress, requires a few things:

    1) Repeal obamacare
    2) Clinton-era Federal Spending Levels – cuts now (NOT spread over 10 years) of around $500 billion
    3) A Strong and Stable Dollar

    Like others, Forbes makes the mistake of giving credit to Clinton for things he actually only agreed to because he didn’t want to be seen as argumentative. These things were more the product of a Republican Congress and in fact what happened prior to Clinton getting into office than anything Clinton did or thought of.

    ‘Middle Class Joe’ Takes Thanksgiving on Nantucket – hardly a middle class hangout.

    Queer/moonbat central enacts nudity ban

    There’s actually a glimmer of hope here. Eventually if the pendulum swings far enough, it inevitably swings back.

    Score one for the good guys.

    Piedmont officer is fired over public urination ticket
    Piedmont city officials have fired a police officer who wrote a public urination citation to the mother of a 3-year-old who dropped his pants in the family’s front yard.

    Obvioius good advice, seeing as it is open season on Hamas.

  42. KHarn says:

    “IslandLifer says:November 21, 2012 at 1:57 am”

    Sure, why not? Our government isn’t going to pay it back and everybody knows it. NO COUNTRY will “lend” us money any more; they may as well flush it down the toilet.

  43. Bill T says:

    GOP legally barred from fighting vote fraud
    30 years later, consent decree violation claims still threaten

  44. Bill T says:

    Student expelled for refusing spychip
    Objects to school district’s ‘electronic concentration camp’

  45. Bill T says:

    Exposed! Criminal acts of anti-gun mayors
    ‘Many elitist politicians can no longer own firearms’

  46. Steve says:

    Jack Taylor of Grinnell College scored a RECORD 138 pts in an NCAA game! Video…

  47. A Saucerful of Sucrets says:

    Comrades Statism is the only accepted religion with Karl Skidmarx as the deity.

  48. Bob Roberts says:

    Moonbats trying to shut down LAX during busienst travel time have no clue why.

    Brought to you by one of the groups that Obama has gathered as his “personal army”, the SEIU:

    “As far as the union, they keep intimidating us. They keep pushing us to go with them, but we are not part of them. We don’t want to do anything with them,” worker Martin Storm told CBS2’s Kara Finnstrom. “We are actually getting paid a lot better, and I have better health insurance than I did with the union.”


    “Are you a union employee for the airport?” he asked.

    ‘No,” she said.

    “Who do you work for?” Lopez asked.

    “For Macy’s,” she responded.

    “OK, but you’re here to what?” he asked.

    “To support,” she said.

    “To support, but you don’t know anything about the fact that a lot of the union members who work for the airport don’t want this to happen?” he questioned.

    “No,” she answered.

  49. Bob Roberts says:

    THE BIRDS 2012 aka When Wild Turkeys Attack!

    Moonbats get their comeuppance in the Brookline, MA area.

    Neighbors are on the offensive in Brookline after what some residents are describing as aggressive turkeys.

    “They were attacking the vehicle,” Karen Halvorson said outside her home in the Aspinwall Hill neighborhood.

    After getting in her truck, a neighbor came and ran the birds off but it didn’t stop there.

    “Then, the turkeys came and started attacking my front door,” she said.

    A second run-in came a few weeks ago as she walked nearby.

    “I looked back and three of them charged me,” she explained.

    She moved to the center of the street to avoid the animals, but it wasn’t enough.

    “The turkey flew in my face and scratched my neck,” she said.


    Voting For Obama Keeps Families Away From Each Other For Thanksgiving

    The inevitable results of moonbattery

    San Francisco’s building code got downsized Tuesday when the Board of Supervisors, in a 10-1 vote at Tuesday afternoon’s board meeting, approved an ordinance that will change the definition of an efficiency dwelling unit to include units that are as small as 220 square feet, including the bathroom and closets.

    IMAGINE the problems this is going to cause with the resulting demands that we pay for the necessary mental and physical health care that will come from it.

    The inevitable result of moonbattery:

    Working class families getting priced out of their neighborhoods.

    The inevitable results of moonbattery, continued:

    Detroit plans to put workers on unpaid leave starting January 1 to prevent the city from running out of money if the city council continues to balk at reform measures.

    Happy New Year, moonbats!

    The underlying problem? Collective bargaining agreements, i.e. UNIONS.

    The inevitable results of moonbattery: SERVES THEM (well, some of them) RIGHT!

    Top 5 States to be Hit Hardest by 2013 Tax Increases Supported Obama!

    All five states with the top tax increases are “blue states,” which President Obama won in the 2012 presidential election. But so are four out of the bottom five states with the exception of Kansas.

    Top Five Tax Increases Tax Increases as % of Income

    #1 – New Jersey $6,933 6.82%

    #2 – Maryland $7,194 6.74%

    #3 – Connecticut $6,653 6.62%

    #4 – Massachusetts $6,632 6.53%

    #5 – New Hampshire $5,660 5.81%

    I feel bad for those in these states who did NOT vote for Obama.

    NASA backtracks

    After some suggest we have evidence of life on Mars, NASA suggests, “Not so fast”.

    The inevitable results of moonbattery:

    Jessee Jackson Jr. can’t stop crying, can’t give press conference, quits Congress.

    He was this big a wreck, everyone knew it, yet THEY STILL VOTED FOR HIM! WTF?

    He’s baaaaak!

    Al Gore back to warning about manbearpig.

    And this time he’s super cerial!

    As usual, as he admitted years ago, he’s just up to his same old nonsense or, in his words,: “I believe it is appropriate to have an overrepresentation of factual presentations”

  50. Bob Roberts says:

    So what’s happening in moonbat Greece these days?

    Greek police have arrested a man on suspicion of stealing the personal data of roughly two thirds of the country’s population, police officials in Athens said on Tuesday.
    The 35-year old computer programmer was also suspected of attempting to sell the 9 million files containing identification card data, addresses, tax ID numbers and license plate numbers.

    Meanwhile, in the Washington, DC area:

    A family doing some housecleaning last week found something unexpected in the attic: a human fetus. Diane Richardson, spokeswoman for the Charles County Sheriff’s Office, tells the paper that the decomposed fetus has been sent to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for an autopsy. In March, a dead infant was found in the trunk of a car in Calvert County. A source with knowledge of the investigation tells WTOP that the dead baby found in the attic may have a connection to the infant discovered in the car.

    I thought legalized abortion was supposed to ensure stories like this never happened.

    When moonbats attack moonbats:

    The heirs of late author J.R.R. Tolkien are suing the producers of “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” movie trilogies over alleged exploitative merchandizing.

    Ah two moonbats going at it – almost as good as mud wrestling.

    Or not.

    And yet liberal moonbats still want to murder them.

    Growing into a fully formed human being is a long process, and scientists have found that unborn babies not only hiccup, swallow and stretch in the womb, they yawn too.

    Moonbat source claims number of abortions declines 5% but later admits that, thanks to CA and other states not reporting,we really have NO IDEA how many occur every year.

    To make comparisons possible, the CDC said it used the data from 43 states and two cities that have been reporting the numbers each year for 10 years. Those areas account for 772,630 abortions in 2009, or about 98.5% of the total reported to the federal agency.

    CA, the most populous state, doesn’t report. Moonbats don’t want to know how many murders they collude in each year here.

    Mississippi had the lowest abortion rate, at 4 per 1,000 women of child-bearing age. So much for all the claims from New York that the south is a bunch of toothless hillbillies. At least they know better than to murder their own children. New York, second to California in number of abortion providers, had the highest abortion rate, about eight times that of Mississippi.

    White women had the lowest abortion rate, at about 8.5 per 1,000 women of child-bearing age, while the rate for African American women was four times larger. Latinas’ abortion rate was about 19 per 1,000 women of child-bearing years.

    Now do you see who is REALLY waging a war on minorities? Who is advocating they kill off their babies at alarming rates?

    Gee, out comes a report that doesn’t support their moonbat anti-science nonsense and they just can’t accept it!

    USDA had asked the advisory committee to analyze what types of compensation mechanisms, if any, would be appropriate to address economic losses by farmers due to contamination by GE crops. And while there was some dissent, a majority of AC21 members did not agree on any type of compensation mechanism.

    You may recall that previous studies, which they also rejected, showed that concerns about GM foods were nonsense.

    Andrea Hernandez won’t have to leave her high school for refusing to wear a badge designed to track her every move there – yet – her attorneys announced today.

    How do you all feel about that one? I can see, in some situations, that would actually be a good thing what with the sorry state of public education these days. So if you have an opinion for the general case or for specific cases, share it.

    Unlikely, but wouldn’t it be great if the signature event of Obama’s second term was gutting the signature event of his first term?

    Stranger things have happened. I mean, he got a second term, didn’t he?

    As congressional leaders and President Barack Obama search for common ground to tame the national debt as the weeks dwindle down to end of the year, House Speaker John Boehner said the Affordable Care Act, often referred to as Obamacare, must be included in deficit negotiations.

    “We can’t afford it, and we can’t afford to leave it intact,” Boehner wrote of Obama’s signature healthcare initiative in the Cincinnati Enquirer. “That’s why I’ve been clear that the law has to stay on the table as both parties discuss ways to solve our nation’s massive debt challenge.”

    If boo-hoo Bohner sticks to his guns on this – and what are the odds on that – maybe we will see some sense RE: the insanity that is obamacare.

  51. Bob Roberts says:

    Media bias exposed

    Take this job and shove it: Fed-up Bangor TV anchors quit on air

    “It’s a culmination of ongoing occurrences that took place the last several years and basically involved upper management practices that we both strongly disagreed with,” she explained. “It’s a little complicated, but we were expected to do somewhat unbalanced news, politically, in general.

    Consiglio, who also was executive producer, said the balanced journalistic approach they use for all their stories was sometimes frowned upon.

  52. Bob Roberts says:

    So much for claims of a “truce”.

    Rockets from Gaza hit Israel after truce.

    A ceasefire agreement announced in Cairo on Wednesday went into effect at 1900 GMT, requiring both sides to halt fire immediately and for Israel to start opening Gaza’s crossings if the truce holds for 24 hours.

    The Israeli defence forces said a total of 915 rockets had hit Israel since the start of the conflict on November 14, most of the them landing in southern Israel.

    Well they’ve already violated the agreement so Israel does not have to open the crossings, right?

    The strikes killed five Israelis, including a soldier. At least 155 Palestinians were killed by the Israeli bombardment that came to a halt on Wednesday night.

    A ratio of 1:31. Pretty good, though too bad 5 Israelis had to die.

  53. Sam Adams says:

    Ladies and Gentlemen… I thank. A merciful God. And
    I am sure each and every one of us will thank that Supreme Power, whatever we conceive that power to be — that peace is at hand.

    The threat of Nuc1ear Terrorism has been quelled. We are in contaot with the Albanian Premier, who assures me, and this government credits his assurances, that his country does not wish us ill, and has not. That the threat which we perceived was not of his wish, or of his making.
    Wag the Dog

  54. Vic Kelley says:

    Typical obama supporter. Not interested in learning why the poor learn habits that keep them poor. The blaming of religion is a little different, though; usually they just blame Whites.

    I hope I find that vehicle and its driver.

  55. Vesus says:

    So funny. You people talk about killing liberals, and then in the next breath you talk about how hateful and violent liberals are. Hypocrisy doesn’t compute with the rubes I suppose.

  56. John from Pennsylvania says:

    I hope the day comes when people like you follow up your words with action, because when you do I’ll be there, waiting with a response.

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