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Dec 07 2012

Open Thread


Via Grunt Style, on a tip from Henry B.

26 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. Sam Adams says:

    A lot of Americans believe in God. If so, they must believe in a countering force of evil, aka, Satan.

    The democrats are determined to:
    1. Label that which is good; evil, and that which is evil; good.
    2. Destroy the traditional family.
    3. Create an army of parasites which will continue to vote for them.
    4. Enslave the working class in order to feed the parasites.
    5. Limit our freedom (except where it advances their agenda).
    6. Eliminate America as an exceptional nation and turn it into just another socialist democracy.

    In the process they have saddled our children and grandchildren with debt that cannot be paid, a domestic product that, if it does grow, it will be despite their best efforts. We have an educational system that systematically lies to our children, a pop culture that debases traditional American values, and a government that is making our dollar worthless, wiping out the savings of those foolish enough to try and provide for themselves.

    Personally I believe that God is good; that everything good comes from God. I believe that Satan is at war with God, and everything evil comes from Satan. Is it not obvious that about half (or more) of the US population are basically following Satan? Further, when are we going to stand up and tell those who would take away our freedoms that they are evil?

    Time to call a spade a spade.

    And guess what….calling a spade a spade doesn’t make me a racist; it speaks of telling the truth.

  2. kool-aid stand says:

    The fierce warlord comrade dear leader Hussein killed em.

  3. Zim says:

    I thought it was Obama who pulled the trigger?

  4. onthow says:

    Drunk drivers don’t kill people – I think we all know it’s those damn cars.

  5. TED says:

    And yet these dumbasso liberals can’t see how stupid their have-it-both-ways hypocrisy sounds. They really ARE that stupid.

  6. Bob Roberts says:

    Wow. They actually gave the race/ethnicity of both attacker and victim. That’s rare these days.

    A man followed the girl as she walked home in Enfield, North London after school on Friday, wearing her school uniform, police said.
    Sensing something was wrong, she crossed the road to try and shake him off but he dragged her into a nearby park and sexually assaulted her close to a pitch and putt area.
    The victim who was dressed in her school uniform, is described as white and of petite frame. She has told police that the attack continued for two to three hours and officers say she has suffered serious injuries.
    Police described the suspect as a black male with afro hair wearing a dark grey top and black baggy jeans.

  7. SR says:

    The 60 Best Conservative Blogs For 2012 (6th Annual)

    14) Moonbattery

  8. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Crist makes it official

    Little does he realize now, but serving no further purpose to the left, he will be discarded like an old shoe.
    Good riddance Charlie.

  9. mauser98 says:

    Bin Laden bin dead since 2001….. Fox News
    “Usama bin Laden has died a peaceful death due to an untreated lung complication”

    Read more:,2933,41576,00.html#ixzz2ET1PBzx7

    “Obviously, a man suffering from terminal lung and kidney disease did not survive for another decade to be murdered by a US Navy SEAL team in Abbottabad. A Pakistani TV interview with the neighbor of the alleged “bin Laden compound” exposed the assassination hoax. This sensational interview also went unreported by america’s “free press.”

  10. dan says:

    SamAdams: great list
    add #7 support the right of all to kill/execute babies
    #8 against humane execution of murderers

  11. fubar says:

    >>Personally I believe that God is good; that everything good comes from God. I believe that Satan is at war with God, and everything evil comes from Satan.Is it not obvious that about half (or more) of the US population are basically following Satan?

    this makes me think of the movie LEGION when the hordes of those ‘possessed’ come to attack the diner where the pregnant woman (mankind’s only hope ) is shacked up. All those children and people in the midst of doing day-to day things, and Micheal says, “those are the weak, they are easier to possess”.

    yep. there’s how many millions in this country, addicted to American Idol and Honey Boo-Boo, instead of the evil we face.

  12. SNuss says:

    Leftist idiocy reminds me of a specific part of James Carville’s explanation as to why he became a Democrat:

    “What amazes me is that you could take a group of people who are hard workers and convince them that they should support social programs that were the exact opposite of their own personal convictions. Put a little fear here and there and you can get people to vote any way you want.”

    Read the rest at:

    Scary, isn’t it?

  13. wingmann says:

    I’m with you Sam Adams !

  14. Bob Roberts says:

    Illegal immigrant gets kidney

    And somewhere, because of it, a legal immigrant or legal citizen dies for lack of said kidney.

  15. Bob Roberts says:

    Shoplifter tries to run over security guard – he’s an off duty deputy so he blows her away.

    Media continues to try and make something of Mayan “doomsday” nonsense.

    The whole thing is a complete misrepresentation of the Maya and their artifacts.

    Psy apologizes. Is he sincere or just upset that the truth is out?

    South Korean rapper Psy, whose song Gangnam Style became an internet sensation, has apologised for taking part in anti-US protests several years ago.

    He issued a statement after US media reported he had performed in concerts protesting against the US presence in South Korea and Iraq.

    The singer said he would “forever be sorry” for any pain he had caused.

    I support his right to be against our military presence in his country and to speak out, appropriately, about it. However, he went too far, way too far. If his apology is sincere, I would say accept it. The timing is suspicious though. I would like to hear what he thinks about our military presence there today.

    There is some evidence, though, he’s wised up:

    Psy, who attended college in the US, said he understood “the sacrifices American servicemen and women have made to protect freedom and democracy in my country and around the world”.

    He added: “I have been honoured to perform in front of American soldiers in recent months… and I hope they and all Americans can accept my apology.”

    Police found the mutilated bodies of 13 people inside two vehicles abandoned in separate towns of the northern border state of Tamaulipas, an official said Friday.

    Senate passes bill watering down/exempting Animal Welfare Act.

    S. 3666 clarifies that common, domesticated pets owned by individual citizens should not be included in the definition of “exhibitor” in the Animal Welfare Act.

    I think it’s a fair bet people will make sure their own pets aren’t harmed when involved in the creation of a film.

  16. Rich says:

    Ann Barnhardt: THE REPUBLIC IS DEAD..

    If you fail to realize it you are not part of the problem but in cahoots with the enemy..–xs4

  17. Bob Roberts says:


    A typhoon that has killed hundreds of people and left tens of thousands homeless in the southern Philippines has turned back towards the country and will hit it again, forecasters said Saturday.

    And no, CO2 did not cause this.

    Obama’s already kicked off his 2016 campaign fundraising!

    And he’s courting “the 1%”, those evil corporate heads!

    President Obama’s finance team is offering corporations and other institutions that contribute $1 million exclusive access to an array of inaugural festivities, including tickets to a “benefactors reception,” a children’s concert, a candlelight celebration at the National Building Museum, two reserved parade bleacher seats and four tickets to the president’s official inaugural ball.

    Flyover country.

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has some harsh words for rural America: It’s “becoming less and less relevant,” he says.

    “It’s time for us to have an adult conversation with folks in rural America,” Vilsack said in a speech at a forum sponsored by the Farm Journal. “It’s time for a different thought process here, in my view.”

    He said rural America’s biggest assets – the food supply, recreational areas and energy, for example – can be overlooked by people elsewhere as the U.S. population shifts more to cities, their suburbs and exurbs.

    FINE. The left can keep their philosophy and agenda, let middle America keep it’s energy and food. See who blinks first.

    Syria in final stages to use chemical weapons on own people – disinformation campaign that rebels may use them to try and explain away their impending use.

    Syria warned on Saturday that rebels could use chemical weapons in their fight against President Bashar al-Assad’s forces, and insisted that the regime will never unleash such arms on its own people.

    Should never have given him an obamaphone, I guess.

    “I heard, ‘Naeem he’s coming again. He’s coming again. You got to do something.’ I kept hearing voices like that,” Naeem Davis told The Post of his alleged victim, Ki Suk Han, in a jailhouse interview at Rikers Island.

    Obama’s legacy, Egypt edition.

    Al-Masry Al-Youm spent three hours in total in the torture chambers established by the Muslim Brotherhood at the gates of the Ittihadiya Palace in the suburb of Heliopolis. The central torture chamber, which is located in front of the gate facing the Omar Ibn Abdel Aziz Mosque on al-Merghany Street, is secured with a cordon and iron barriers, where the Central Security Forces (CSF) prevent the access of any persons without the authorization of the Brotherhood.

  18. Ummah Gummah says:


    Something I read on Ace of Spades today:

    Hey, Let’s Seceede Or Start a Revolution… Said the Left in 2005

    This is a good point: Although liberals are laughing at conservatives’ frustrations and the very human responses to it, they themselves experienced similar frustrations, and had similar responses to them, after Bush’s reelection.

    This is an important point: 96% of the reason conservatives are viewed as “weird” or “extreme” or what-have-you is that the media, controlled by the left, covers-up/embargoes their own excesses (and, when forced to report upon such excesses, supply a lot of “context” which justifies these excesses), but of course loves reporting similar conservative statements (without any justifying “context,” needless to say).

    It hardly needs to be said, at least on the right, that Jonathan Chait was not pilloried as a “hater” for his infamous “Why I Hate George W. Bush” column. Instead, it was celebrated — among the left, I mean; they didn’t broadly report it to the general public — for how it so daringly captured the real feeling of the left.

    Needless to say my own “Why I Hate Barack Hussein Obama” column would not be celebrated as “daring,” “honest,” “bracing,” or “cathartic.” It would be a hate crime and a symptom of possibly dangerous impulses.

    This is what I hate more than anything else: the hypocrisy, the division of citizens into two classes, the Privileged Class, which has a broad license and range of liberty, and the Disfavored Underclass, whose liberty is sharply restricted.

    And they’ll call themselves patriots and Sons of the Enlightenment. They’re Sons of Gramsci and Sons of Marx and Sons of Mao, not Sons of the Enlightenment.

    But when you have the near exclusive right to write your own bio, you can be anything you’d like people to think you are.

    Posted by Ace at 01:58 PM Comments


  19. Ummah Gummah says:


    Only in the Age of Obama:

    Illegal Alien gets FREE kidney transplant!

    “Why can’t we be treated the same?” he asked while sitting in his hospital room. “Health care should be a human right, not a privilege. At least give us the chance to fight for our lives with dignity.”

    Next time I need a kidney transplant I think I’ll go down to Mexico and try that line..


  20. Sam Adams says:

    “Why can’t we be treated the same?” he asked while sitting in his hospital room. “Health care should be a human right, not a privilege. At least give us the chance to fight for our lives with dignity.”

    Here’s a hint….whatever you possess alone on an island is a right. Anything you don’t possess alone on an island is a good or service.

    Can you transplant your own kidney? Nope; the skill, the technology, and the kidney itself is not a right, it is a good or a service. A good or service is something that someone has to pay for. Something that has to be paid for is not a right.

    For example, if you have a slave brew you up a cup of coffee each morning, after a while you might think that your cup of coffee is a right. Sorry….your slave is paying for that service.

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