Archive for 4 Sep 2012

Posted: 4 Sep 2012 in Politics

Great video with Alan West.

America's Watchtower

  First, let me apologize for being so video-centric recently, I feel lazy just posting videos, but there is so much good stuff out there right now that I simply have to post it.

  The Democrats love to call the Republicans racists who would return America to the Jim Crow, Bull Connor, segregationist, KKK era but they conveniently forget to mention that it was the Democrats who were responsible for these policies while Republicans such as Abraham Lincoln and Dwight D Eisenhower who were the ones responsible for ending many of these policies.

  Allen West recently appeared on Boston talk radio in an interview with Michael Graham and called out the Democrat party for being responsible for giving us the KKK, Jim Crow, and segregation while calling them out for their hypocrisy on these issues.

  Here is the video:

  Of course the Democrats will call Allen West an Uncle Tom…

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Here’s today’s reading list.

…more stupid shit from a stupid party.
More union ass kissing, more social travesty.
Democrats suck ass. Unions suck ass too.
Here’s Ace’s take on their Party platform:

Democrats’ Platform: Really, You Didn’t Build That, Unions Did

Amazing.

The Democrats’ convention platform endorses a slew of organized labor’s wishes and says unions “helped build the greatest middle class the world has ever known.”

The platform, which was released Monday night, is a clear nod to labor unions. It endorses an increase to the minimum wage and strongly supports other labor laws, such as collective bargaining.

The platform goes on to talk about all the things unions have done over the years.

Democrats believe that the right to organize and collectively bargain is a fundamental American value; every American should have a voice on the job and a chance to negotiate for a fair day’s pay after a hard day’s work. We will continue to fight for the right of all workers to organize and join a union. Unions helped build the greatest middle class the world has ever known. Their work resulted in the 40-hour workweek and weekends, paid leave and pensions, the minimum wage and health insurance, and Social Security and Medicare – the cornerstones of middle class security.

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Posted: 4 Sep 2012 in Politics

It’s high time that we fight this tyranny!
Stop the TSA, get the government out of our daily lives.

Mountain Republic

TSA thugs are proud of the fact that in all 50 states they are testing drinks and food that are purchased after passengers pass through the abuse and harassment control freak checkpoints. This is nothing but a power grab, as the public are conditioned to put up with any command no matter how mindless. The airports are tyranny zones where the criminal government test new forms of domination on the public before rolling them out on the street.

 
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…in his home.
This is a righteous shoot.
The only one who can protect and defend you and your home, is you.

92-year-old Verona man shoots intruder at home

VERONA — Earl Jones had just turned off his new TV shortly after 2 a.m. Monday when he heard a bang in the basement.

The 92-year-old Boone County farmer walked eight paces to get his loaded .22 caliber rifle from behind the bedroom door. He unwrapped a beige cloth and returned to the living room, sitting in a chair with clear view – and shot – of the basement door, waiting with the gun across his lap.

Some 15 minutes later, when he heard footsteps moving closer up the stairs, he raised the rifle to his eye. The intruder kicked open the door. Jones fixed his aim on the center of the man’s chest and fired a single shot. The Boone County Sheriff later announced the death of the intruder, Lloyd (Adam) Maxwell, 24, of Richmond, Ky.

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…of 46.7 million!
WTF?
I think calling the SCOAMF the ‘Food Stamp President” is fitting.

Yet the media seems to be all too silent on this issue.

That’s raaaaaaacist in 3, 2, 1…

Food-Stamp Use Climbs to Record, Reviving Campaign Issue

Food-stamp use reached a record 46.7 million in June, the government said, as Democrats prepare to nominate President Barack Obama for a second term with the economy as a chief issue in the campaign.

Participation was up 0.4 percent from May and 3.3 percent higher than a year earlier and has remained greater than 46 million all year as the unemployment rate stayed higher than 8 percent. New jobless numbers will be released Sept. 7.

“Unemployment is stubbornly stuck,” making it difficult to significantly reduce the number of food-stamp recipients, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said in an interview last month. “While people are going back to work, and there are jobs being added, they aren’t being added at a clip that is as robust as anybody wants.”

Food-stamp spending, which has more than doubled in four years to a record $75.7 billion in the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2011, is the USDA’s biggest annual expense. Republicans in Congress have criticized the cost of the program, and the House budget plan approved in April sponsored by Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, the party’s vice-presidential nominee, would cut expenses by $33 billion over 10 years.

Food-stamp use reached a record 46.7 million in June, the government said, as Democrats prepare to nominate President Barack Obama for a second term with the economy as a chief issue in the campaign.

Participation was up 0.4 percent from May and 3.3 percent higher than a year earlier and has remained greater than 46 million all year as the unemployment rate stayed higher than 8 percent. New jobless numbers will be released Sept. 7.

“Unemployment is stubbornly stuck,” making it difficult to significantly reduce the number of food-stamp recipients, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said in an interview last month. “While people are going back to work, and there are jobs being added, they aren’t being added at a clip that is as robust as anybody wants.”

Food-stamp spending, which has more than doubled in four years to a record $75.7 billion in the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2011, is the USDA’s biggest annual expense. Republicans in Congress have criticized the cost of the program, and the House budget plan approved in April sponsored by Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, the party’s vice-presidential nominee, would cut expenses by $33 billion over 10 years.

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…a lesson in gun safety, learned the hard and most awful way that it can be learned.

My Gramps had a saying: “The unloaded gun kills, and a dull knife cuts.”
That is exactly what happened to someone recently, and I think that lesson needs to be passed on to all.

Here, a young man who should have known better, but probably ignored that little voice in his head that was screaming to not do it.
He was showing off his gun to someone, pointed it at an object thinking that the gun was unloaded and pulled the trigger. That wasn’t the first mistake. He also pointed the gun in the direction of someone down range who was behind the “target” which is where we get the tragedy.

Never, never, never point a gun, loaded, or not, at something that you do not intend to shoot. There is no excuse for the consequences that will follow carelessness.
In this case, a little girl is dead because of it.

Please refer to what my Gramps said to me and my cousins over and over until it was ingrained in our heads. It could save the life of someone you love.

Man pleads guilty to girl’s shooting death

BARSTOW • Before a word was said at the final court hearing for Justin DeBois, a man who accidentally shot and killed a 9-year-old girl last year, he sat in his chair, put his head down and sobbed.

The Barstow 22-year-old wept through most of the hearing where he pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and was sentenced to two years in jail. He was released from custody that day as he received credit for time served and good behavior.

Nearly all in the Barstow Superior Court room shed tears as Deputy District Attorney Shannon Faherty read the family’s victim impact statements.

Though he grew up around guns, DeBois was showing off to Ann’s older sister in July 2011, when he aimed at a soda can and pulled the trigger of what he thought was an unloaded gun.

He looked over, he told police, and saw Ann grab her face and fall to the ground. (Emphasis mine).

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