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Sep 29 2011

Open Thread


Via iOwnTheWorld, on a tip from TED.

40 Responses to “Open Thread”

  1. CT says:

    “If I were to become a liberal, I’d be the toast of this country.” Roger Ailes

    No you would become the ass of the country.

  2. FEZZZZZZZ says:

    Don’t forget boys and girls…

    “Reagan proved deficits don’t matter.”

    “Reagan,” Vice President Dick Cheney famously declared in 2002, “proved deficits don’t matter.” Unless, that is, a Democrat is in the White House. After all, while Ronald Reagan tripled the national debt and George W. Bush doubled it again…

    Just look it up, and there it is ….you bunch of funny and confused little on line insignificant batshitcrazies …who apparently follow every Blountish Butt Blabbic Vowel Movement as if it was, well… from somebody who actually knew something. I mean, besides knowing how to make up pictures in Photoshop (so you don’t have to read too much) that make you mad and want to hit someone. Hopefully not your wife or kid.

  3. AC says:

    At least we’re still relatively peaceful, by comparison, although it won’t be good if union goons adopt this labor negotiating tactic: Bag of Severed Heads Left Near Mexican School

    The cartel has forced teachers to fork over part of their paycheck, without choice. Sounds vaguely familiar.

    140 Acapulco schools have closed, so there will be no shortage of uneducated recruits for the cartels and multiply registered voters for the Democrats.

  4. AC says:

    Report warns Mexican cartels moving operations to Texas

    When the ultraviolent cartel mentality infects our street gangs, watch out.

    Gangbanging youth will increasingly be recruited as the errand boys for the cartels causing crime and violence to surge.

    Texans, arm yourselves.

  5. Festivus says:

    So, Fez, at what point would you say, “enough debt already?”

    It might also surprise you to know that people here on this site are not thrilled with Bush’s record on spending. But while, Bush added about $5T in 8 years, your boy wonder has almost out-performed him in 3.

    So, it begs the question, where do you draw the line?

  6. AC says:

    Comrade Chairman pays $5 million performance bonus to Oregon for meeting food stamp targets

    The incentive should be to get people OFF food stamps.

    The Cloward-Piven collapse into socialism being engineered before our eyes requires incentivizing welfare dependency as a means to overload the system.

  7. Link Master says:

    Repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and pass a law that can really improve care and reduce the deficit!/petition/repeal-patient-protection-and-affordable-care-act-and-pass-law-can-really-improve-care-and-reduce/pxL7v9KD

  8. Bob Roberts says:

    SO you think gun control works?

    Despite increases in gun sales, gun crimes continued to decrease in the United States for the fourth straight year in 2010, according to the FBI.

    Overall, murders in the U.S. have decreased steadily since 2006, dropping from 15,087 to 12,996. Firearms murders — which made up 67 percent of all murders in the U.S. in 2010 — have followed this trend, decreasing by 14 percent.

    At the same time that firearms murders were dropping, gun sales were surging. In 2009, FBI background checks for guns increased by 30 percent over the previous year, while firearms sales in large retail outlets increased by almost 40 percent. The number of applications for concealed carry permits jumped across the country as well.

    “There was a huge spike,” NRA spokesperson Rachel Parsons said.

    The top three states for gun murders in 2010 were, in order, California, Texas and New York. While Texas has lax gun control laws, California and New York are among the strictest gun-control states in the country.

    According to FBI data, California had the most gun murders last year —- 1,257, which is 69 percent of all murders in 2010.

    Broken down by firearms murder rate per 100,000 people, the District of Columbia is number one, with 16 firearms murders per 100,000 people in the District.

    D.C. also topped the list of firearm robberies per 100,000 people with 255.98.

    Yet D.C. arguably has the tightest gun laws in the country. Although an outright ban on handguns was struck down by the Supreme Court in 2008, legislators ensured the new regulations for obtaining a registered handgun would be anything but easy.

    There’s no denying it no matter how Fezzy a moonbat you are.

    Gun control laws ensure that criminals have guns and law abiding citizens do not.

    The best way to prevent gun crime is to ensure citizens are able to take advantage of their Constitutional right to bear arms.

    FEZZZZZZZ says: September 29, 2011 at 9:07 pm
    Where did you ever come up with that nonsense? Deficits DO matter. And next time before you come and try to lecture us about how stupid you are, go read the Constitution and see which branch of government has the sole power to tax and spend.

    I’m starting a contest regarding how long before Fez gets itself banned. Let me know which days you want.

    In an interview this evening with a local NBC affiliate in Orlando, President Obama claimed that America has “gotten a little soft.” yaTHINK? I mean, we got a President who tells them to just do nothing and he will provide all for them as long as they will vote for him and his ilk forever. I wonder how that might cause them to “get soft”. Oh, wait, no I don’t!

    Happens whenever Democrats get too much power.

    So are they going to call it a bailout or nationalization?

    What have they done to deserve it? Seriously it’s time to zero funding to the U.N.

    As if we hadn’t figured that out already…

    Oh, then I guess we should just ignore radical islam and the people it kills.

    Obamunists attacking rivals again. Need to repeal the Lacey Act. How many more jobs will the obamunists kill before they get it? Before WE get it?

    CORRECTION: He’d be the toast of the liberals and despised by anyone with a functional brain. Someone already mentioned this but I didn’t see the link – Ailes said some other things that may be worth a look even though the one they chose to lead with was a flop.

    One of my personal favorites:

    Asking his staff about a possible future guest: “Can we book Al Gore? Did you see him the other night? He seems angry. We need to have Keith Ablow talk to him.” (Ablow is Fox’s on-air psychiatrist.)

  9. Berlet98 says:

    The Curse of the Bambino Strikes Again!

    . . . That great baseball town of Boston, with precious little to be proud of as compared with the Yanks, is suffering again in September, 2011 as a result of its heroes ignominiously executing the franchise’s most deft and practiced play, the fine art of choking under pressure.

    True, they scrabbled to within a game of grabbing a post-season wild card slot–after blowing a sure invitation to that invention created by the MLB to milk more money out of baseball fans–then did their usual Boston thing by doing what they do best, gasping, surrendering, and choking by losing to the AL last-place Baltimore Orioles, 4-3.

    The Bosox and their fans can always say the Yankees did them in by losing to Tampa Bay the same night but we all know the truth: The Bambino is up there somewhere in baseball heaven chomping on his cigars, chugging his beers, chortling over another Red Sox crash, and reveling in “The Curse of the Bambino.”

    May the Boston Red Sox rest in peace, golf, party, and generally enjoy a carefree life in the off-season–and come back to replicate their latest failure in 2012.

  10. AnonOnline says:

    Well, tell us, oh wise and well-read Liberal – what are we to read that will cause enlightenment?

    I have asked several libs/commies/socialists to give me a list of books to read so that I might gain an indoctrination into how I should think, but none ever give me a list or even a hint!

  11. TED says:

    Election 2012 – DEBT man walking!

  12. TED says:

    AnonOnline says: September 30, 2011 at 1:56 am

    It’s not about what you should read, it’s about what you should drink. And a caution, it causes irreparable brain damage as demonstrated by the trolls here.

  13. Scott says:

    The Pravda-isation of the US media

    Because abject worship is not enough.

  14. Adam says:

    Ah, Fez, still here, and still playing your same obnoxious, brain- dead game of no solid points, just stereotypes, straw men, and slander.
    “that make you mad and want to hit someone. Hopefully not your wife or kid.”
    Openly accusing us of physically abusing our spouses and children with absolutely no proof. Very nice, very classy. Boy, you liberals sure know how to demonstrate compassion and win over hearts and minds, don’t you?
    Get bent.

  15. Fiberal says:

    “Now, ethics is about right and wrong, but if you’d ask me what my favorite subject was back in 8th grade, it was basketball.”
    –BO, Sept 29 2011

    Explains a lot about the miserably stupid Kenyan the U.S. decided to give the country to.

  16. Reiuxcat says:

    So the ACLU is now fighting to allow prayer in public schools in San Diego? Oh, that’s Muslem prayers. Nevermind.

  17. Fiberal says:

    The most recent liberal deception, officially perpetuated by the Liar-in-Chief, has been that ..taxes are lower than they’ve been since the ’50s.

    Forgetting for a moment that all tax is insidious and coercive theft that debilitates individuals and countries, the claim is both deceptive and wrong.

    The economic historians at IBD point out the following (paraphrased from 9-28-11):

    If what BO means by “lowest tax rates since the 1950s” are taxes as share of GDP in 2010 it was 15%. During the 2000s its was around 17.6%. The long-term average is about 18.5%. However, the lower rate is due entirely to a decimated economy under BO.

    If BO means marginal tax rates, in the ’50s they were at a deadening 91%, followed by booms in the 60s, 80s, 90s and mid-2000s due to cuts in the marginal rates. Today the marginal rate is at 40%.


    One way or the other, BO’s tax war has nothing to do with economic health or common sense. Its all about BO’s obsession with taking something from someone else –a philosophy of life shared by all liberals.

  18. Fiberal says:

    It is a well-known tactic in the hood, that when a house is burglarized and is therefore “weak”, it will be burglarized again and again and again.

    Here is Eric Holder’s version of that:

  19. Fiberal says:

    Now here’s a guy that puts Newt Gingrich’s ideas to shame:

    Give you two guesses as to whether he’s a republican or democrat.

  20. Carmen says:

    For a guy from Kenya that can make the oceans recede & a bright light shine down on us in the voting booth, you’d think solving our economic woes would be a cake-walk.

  21. SR says:

    Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu doubled down last night on the ATF, Eric Holder and the Obama Justice Department as accomplices to murder involving weapons used in Operation Fast and Furious.

  22. The Naked Truth says:

    Bring Eric Holder to justice!
    Sign petition demanding Congress investigate ‘Department of Injustice’

    Read more: Bring Eric Holder to justice!

  23. The Naked Truth says:

    Obama’s Illegal Alien Uncle Tied To Two Social Security Numbers

  24. SR says:

    Warning: The threat of suspended elections is real

  25. born in 76 says:

    Nancy Pelosi’s brother-in-law is given $737m of taxpayers’ money to build giant solar power plant in middle of the desert

    Read more:

  26. katya kakhov says:

    Some people just dont get , the second amendment .

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