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June 18, 2014

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Captain Hate

Message from Top Men to base: drop dead.

Base to Top Men: Thad Cochran will suffer for your perfidy.

narciso

Will have to dial the shock collars, to eleven,

lyle

Sure hope so, CH. Bringing aging diva, Favre, out from backstage to help seems pretty lame.

pagar

Janet, appreciate your reports on the march. I found your photo easy to enlarge and it made the scene more realistic.

Beasts of England

My friend's daughter, Janie Jackson, is tied for third at the women's US Open at Pinehurst! Early in the round, but still impressive. One of only ten players under par.

lyle

http://spectator.org/articles/59687/jimmy-carters-legacy-war

Just wait another 35 years to get the full disaster the JEF's fecklessness and traitorous actions and nonactions, er... folks.

Porchlight

Thanks, anonamom. We are big DEET fans! I will order some now. Strangely the mosquitoes have been milder than usual in this part of TX so far.

lyle

Isn't is about time someone posts Hot Lady Golfer pix on JOM? I dare say so! Any nudity must be tasteful!

Jeff Dobbs

Porch:
Strangely the mosquitoes have been milder than usual in this part of TX so far.

Throw a touch of habanero on 'em.

Threadkiller

They are on a bus to Arizona, porch.

Threadkiller

Harvard Educated Michelle Obama Says Founders Not Born In America

http://godfatherpolitics.com/15968/harvard-educated-michelle-obama-says-founders-born-america/

jimmyk

On that U Arkansas/Free Beacon story, U of A claims that it was only because Continetti violated some kind of agreement about publishing library materials. Possibly, but who knows whether they enforce these things uniformly, or they are just an convenient excuse in this case.

lyle

From the People's Cube:

"Hard Choices," a porno flick loosely based on Hillary Clinton's memoir and starring Hillary Hellfire as a drinking, whoring Secretary of State, wildly outsells the flabby, sagging original
lyle

Possibly, but who knows whether they enforce these things uniformly, or they are just an convenient excuse in this case.

Yeah, I'm stumped...

narciso

Congrats Beasts, why for the love of god, Lyle?

Danube on iPad

"If and when their work becomes instrumental in the advancement of agitprop on behalf of Barry I'll lend them the same jaundiced eye"

I think we're still missing a link here: that the video was agitprop on behalf of Barry.

Danube on iPad

"Today, after a joint Treasury/FBI investigation of suspicious financial transactions, the DoJ has shuttered JustOneMinute, Fox News and the Drudge Report pending further investigation."

A) it wouldn't make dent

B) Mandatory injunctions would be issued by sundown requiring the restoration of service.

C) how does he shutter them?

I think if he made such an attempt, although it would certainly fail immediately, it might very well result in his impeachment.

Jeff Dobbs

How does one go from advising tasteful nudes to porno starring Hillary in the span of eight minutes?

I mean I don't even.

lyle

TK's link:

It’s amazing that just a few feet from here where I’m standing are the signatures of the 56 Founders who put their names on a Declaration that changed the course of history,” she said during her speech, referring to the Declaration of Independence. “And like the 50 of you, none of them were born American – they became American.

Harvard/Princeton creds here. Awesome. Did she just skip jr. high altogether?

lyle

Eight minutes? Damn, I'm losing my touch.

Danube on iPad

"I guess it is a coincidence that major media outlets don't publish disfavored topics while others point out there may be a trashing of the Constitution."

Some major outlets only grudgingly publish topics unfavorable to Democrats because they themselves are biased in favor of Democrats, as they have been for fifty or more years. That's not a coincidence, and it's not brought about by any threat of a shutdown.

matt

al-Maliki has been terrorizing the Sunnis and Kurds and other minorities. His thugs have been beating up opposition leaders and one of his VP's fled the country because of trumped up murder charges. he is a bad, bad man.

Obama and his people antagonized the Iraqis, especially the moderates with their support of al-Maliki. al-Maliki is an Iranian tool who has allowed Iraqi airspace to be used by the Iranians to rearm Assad's forces. Dempsey is, as far as I am concerned part of the inner circle as is Hagel.

The way they are going, we are going to want to indict the whole gang of them.

Danube on iPad

"there was no real legal challenge against such action."

It would have been tossed as moot.

Danube on iPad

"Harvard Educated Michelle Obama Says Founders Not Born In America"

Simply false. She said they weren't born "American." Still pretty dumb.

Danube on iPad

Arkansas Dean to Free Beacon:

“I am writing you to direct you and the Washington Beacon Press to cease and desist your ongoing violation of the intellectual property rights of the University of Arkansas with regard to your unauthorized publication of audio recordings obtained from the Roy Reed Collection."

Oh, the oppression! The issue of the rights can be litigated, but if it is determined that they are being violated, further publication can properly be enjoined.

narciso

So has Zaphod explained what happens when these advisors come under fire, which might be considered 'combat operations'


So they've weaponized 'John Doe' so 'unexpected,'

rich@gmu

Posted by: Beasts of England | June 19, 2014 at 11:11 AM

ha ... the lives of others.

narciso

Realistically, who would replace, and why would
they be any more disposed toward the Shia,

rich@gmu

good grief these are long threads ...

narciso

Odd how this was not a major story, with the Occupying Vegas two in the news, sarc:

http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2014/06/al_qaeda_suspect_pla.php

Porchlight

The Founders became American, if you accept Michelle's usage of the term "American," because they CREATED America. The nation didn't exist before them and wouldn't have existed without them.

Kinda different from showing up on the front porch uninvited 230-some years later.

henry

narciso, I think the DAs steered into their own torpedo on this one. Kept going after their theory ruled frivolous by state, federal, and federal appeals judges. Personal civil damages forthcoming. The True the Vote people will get similar rulings vs the IRS & co-conspirators now that the evidence is "lost." Popcorn futures are indicated.

cathyf

We watched Obama, Clinton, Biden, etc. directly attack the First Amendment because the youtube video was unconscionable. They spent $75,000 on a media campaign in Pakistan attacking the First Amendment.

Perhaps it was all a coincidence that the excuse to attack the First Amendment just presented itself. You know, just like the Fast and Furious gunwalking just happened to result in the use of US guns in Mexican crimes which coincidentally could be used as an excuse to attack the Second Amendment.

narciso

Probably, we've seen this kabuki, up daddy's way, against the Huntress, the abuse of the 'honest services' provision against Stevens

of the press availability, Shakespeare said it best 'a tale of sound and fury, signifying nothing, told by an idiot'

rich@gmu

cathyf-

took a swing at your question at the end of the other thread.

Extraneus

Well, I was only being slightly facetious, but...

A) it wouldn't make dent

"Oh, and take heed, the rest of you wing-nuts, or you'll be next," wouldn't need to be stated explicitly.

B) Mandatory injunctions would be issued by sundown requiring the restoration of service.

By which judge? Somebody in DC or NY? He only needs one more SC justice to own the justice system.

C) how does he shutter them?

I don't know how or if this could be done to a public company, but they can certainly shut down a private business with the right accusation. I've seen them come into a bar, tell the bartenders to open the cash registers and get out from behind the bar, tell the patrons to get out, and shut the place down with IRS-labeled tape on the doors and windows.

I think if he made such an attempt, although it would certainly fail immediately, it might very well result in his impeachment.

Conviction, too?

Would people take up arms if they found a way to shut down Fox News?

Captain Hate

Would people take up arms if they found a way to shut down Fox News?

After Rupert Murdoch went on a prolonged whine about Cantor losing and amnesty suffering a setback, they can padlock the dump and burn it down.

narciso


you noticed that, I've noted how Rupert is at best an 'inperfect vehicle' at worst his papers fanned the flames of Port Arthur and Dunblane,
we got a taste of this, with the vapors emerging from the Post, after NewTown,

Extraneus

What would the Feds do if Rick Perry sent the State Police and National Guard to the border? I'd be seriously considering it if I were him. His path to the White House isn't a high-probability play, and he'd go down in history as a hero no matter how it turned out, as long as he didn't back down.

Skoot

"because they CREATED America."

They built that.

narciso

TM, has Krugman as his bete noire, I have David'
Abbott' Kirkpatrick;


http://hotair.com/headlines/archives/2014/06/19/as-moderate-islamists-retreat-extremists-surge-unchecked/

daddy

The Founders became American, if you accept Michelle's usage of the term "American," because they CREATED America.

Porch,

I bet you her husband wouldn't say "The Founders Built That."

Captain Hate

What would the Feds do if Rick Perry sent the State Police and National Guard to the border?

There's been speculation about that where 404 nationalizes the Guard and sets up a state's rights conflict which would probably be decided by the Supreme Court.

narciso

Have I remarked that the last Indiana Jones, burned up the last trace of good will, George
Lucas had reserved?

anonamom

On Marketplace this evening, story about Chamber of Commerce's political donations.
This year will be its biggest year, donation wise. Decided to kill Tea Party: "after they squandered five seats" in 2012.

"Our members are bottom-line people." Care about ROI.
Heavily involved in primaries this year.

Threadkiller

http://www.wnd.com/2014/06/judicial-appointments-of-homosexuals-surge/

Captain Hate

Maybe we discussed that; I think the kindest thing that can be said is "guilty pleasure" for all involved. I remain almost completely immune to the appeal of any of the Star Wars movies; welp, I have to assume that for just about all of them.

rich@gmu

Would think that Perry would have the authority to send his state law enforcement resources where ever he thought they were needed.

Doubt that Perry would want to do such a thing but that crisis looks to be getting worse (yeah ... measles, tb, and who knows what else).

National Guard mobilization >>>the president would be allowed to employ the Armed Forces and the National Guard to restore public order in certain situations, namely in times of “natural disaster, epidemic, or other serious public health emergency, terrorist attack or incident or other condition.” The president would be required to notify Congress within 14 days of exercising such authority.<<<

does a children's crusade count as an incident or other condition?

Captain Hate

This year will be its biggest year, donation wise. Decided to kill Tea Party: "after they squandered five seats" in 2012.

Oh? Which five were those? President? I may have to reread "Citizens" for some pointers.

Extraneus

Jesus, Republicans and NRA banned on school website

Was the school able to do this themselves? There must be a company that actually provides this service.

narciso

Irony is kind of crunchy don't you think:

http://theweek.com/article/index/263460/speedreads-you-wont-believe-who-might-be-iraqs-next-leader#axzz35814vKpYy

yes, it's the same litany of Akin and Murdoch, and they forgot Allen, Thompson and Mack were Top Men

rich@gmu

i was wrong on my last. it appears that section has been repealed. the resident can still mobilize but it would be a can of worms to do so.

Extraneus
When Andrew tried to log onto the National Rifle Association’s website, he realized there was a problem – a big problem.

“Their website was blocked,” he told me. Andrew decided to try the Second Amendment Foundation’s website. That too, was blocked.

His curiosity got the best of him – so Andrew tried logging on to several pro-gun control websites. Imagine his surprise when he discovered the pro-gun control websites were not blocked.

“I became curious as to why one side was blocked and the other side was not,” he said.

Andrew decided to set aside his debate preparation and started researching other conservative websites. He soon discovered that he had unfettered access to liberal websites, but conservative websites were blocked.

For example, the Connecticut Republican Party website was blocked. The Connecticut Democratic Party website was not blocked. National Right to Life was blocked, but Planned Parenthood was not blocked. Connecticut Family, a pro-traditional marriage group, was blocked, but LGBT Nation was not blocked.

Andrew found that even Pope Francis was blocked from the school’s web service. But although he could not access the Vatican website, the school allowed him to access an Islamic website.

Who could ask for anything more?

Re: Your 5:40 PM link, n, note that the FBI secured visas for relatives of the informer.

Threadkiller

At least he didn't have a Constitutional problem, Ext.

rich@gmu

or since it was in the news, Perry could send the Texas equivalent of Children and Family services and heavily fine the Feds for running an illegal daycare and remove the children from federal government control.

Wheels within wheels ... wouldn't the Feds be all for that?

The Master of the Mosque has been in the news lately, urging the Shia to arm themselves.

Ah, n, the Master of the Casbah.

The miscreant, William Connolley.

Ext, Wikipedia has been systematically perverted in climate science, practically by a single person.

rich@gmu

>>>This year will be its biggest year, donation wise. Decided to kill Tea Party: "after they squandered five seats" in 2012.

Oh? Which five were those? President? I may have to reread "Citizens" for some pointers.

Posted by: Captain Hate | June 19, 2014 at 06:49 PM<<<

that sounds like a Dem talking point. Mourdock and Akin in 2012 and O'Donnell (thanks IRS and Rove), Angle, and Buck in 2010.

CoC's amnesty is still on track ... Mccarthy is the Congressmen for the CoC.

Captain Hate

The buck stops just before the Office of Preznit Elect:

http://pjmedia.com/eddriscoll/2014/06/19/another-expiration-date-bests-obama/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

from Extraneus's 6:53 link -

"“Many of the liberal sites accessible to the student fell into the ‘not rated’ category, which was unblocked while many of the conservative sites were in the ‘political/advocacy group’ category which is accessible to teachers but not to students,” he said in a written statement."

And THAT is the trouble with THIS - http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/federal_government/irs-to-propose-specific-limits-on-nonprofits-political-activities/2014/06/18/d362ecaa-f728-11e3-a606-946fd632f9f1_story.html

Who gets to define "political activities"? Will "social justice" be a political activity?...or "green"?...how 'bout abortion?
FTA - "Campaign-finance watchdogs have complained that a growing number of nonprofits are using “dark money” to influence elections, ..."
Who are these campaign-finance watchdogs? Sure, they call themselves non-partisan, but are they? Why is some money "dark money", but some isn't?

FTA - "Democracy 21, a campaign­ finance group that has pushed for stricter guidelines, said the IRS is moving in the right direction."
Really? Who is Democracy 21?...& are donations to that group considered "dark money"?

Missing from the WaPo article are quotes from the groups that were targeted by the IRS. Do the opinions of those groups of American citizens count less than the opinions of big liberal advocacy organizations? See...that is the trouble right there. Big organizations want to silence regular Americans. Heaven forbid we citizens finally organize & speak up! Can't have that....

So we get "defined" & "categorized" out of politics.

Extraneus

Team Obama getting pretty tired of Hillary throwing them under the bus

Included in the excerpts of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s book was a tantalizing tidbit about her claiming to nobly decline an Obama camp request that she attack former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin during the 2008 campaign. Clinton said that she chose not to attack the former Republican vice presidential nominee strictly “for being a woman.”

That assertion apparently riled a few Obama campaign veterans who, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told Politico reporters that Clinton’s recollection of events left much to be desired.

“We wanted Hillary to go out and say the Republican platform is completely inconsistent with the principles on which I ran,” said the official, adding that it was not supposed to be a broad-based knock on Palin.

It seems as though the sting of Clinton implying that Team Obama wanted her to mount a cheap attack on Palin based on nothing more than her gender remains inflamed. Yet another Obama campaign veteran who refused to be identified recently told Politico in blunt terms that the former secretary of state was mischaracterizing that event.

“That’s not what happened,” said one campaign veteran, who, like almost everyone else interviewed, asked not to be identified. “The Palin thing was an odd way to put it. The question that was raised with numerous Democratic leaders was whether Gov. Palin had the right experience to be a heartbeat away from the presidency, and it’s the same question that would have been raised regardless of gender.”
But not a question to be asked about a half-term junior senator, not quite a heartbeat from the presidency.
Threadkiller

Do you realize the vastness os such a conspiracy, Janet?

Threadkiller

Next you will be trying to convince me that the most accessible Case Law site butchered relevant SCOTUS opinions prior to a national election.

Extraneus

In fairness, I should have said a "half-black, half-term junior senator," because it might have been a valid question about a half-term junior senator otherwise.

Stephanie

This was pretty funny:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10203895134007333&fref=nf

Captain Hate

LOL @ Rodham trying to distance herself from 404. That would work for a GWB who let McRINO take all the credit for the Surge in the name of strategery but the JEF is quite another matter. Anybody have a better outcome than the Ferret and teh Forehead killing each other?

daddy

Would people take up arms if they found a way to shut down Fox News?

I don't think people as a whole would take up arms in this day and age for almost any reason or any circumstance.

With the massive networks of tracking and screening and recording and monitoring and all the rest that is currently available to our "Big Brother" Government and it's Agencies, any variety of "taking up arms in mass" would IMHO be a non-starter.

Instead I would envision either isolated individuals, or rather quite small groups of individuals, deciding independently how to target and execute select Public Officials for maximum effect, and designed to make other individuals that are allied politically and/or share similar mindsets to the the executed individuals, reconsider their actions in light of the understanding that they may be next.

That I would see as a much more likely example of taking up arms in this country. I also think such examples would independently breed copycats, somewhat like our meme of "low level IRS bureaucrats acting in certain ways without having to be told because of their collective mindset."

The motivation of these individuals would be anger, but the objective would be to sow such fear in the mindset of the individuals perceived as part of the perceived corruption or behavior that their behavior would change. I also suspect that after a few of these incidents the Govt would legally counterattack with such a huge and over the top anti-Second Amendment Campaign that they would unwittingly breed more of these random committed individuals. As for where or whether the cycle would end, beats me.

Unfortunately, with the daily revelations we are seeing with the Fed's abdication of their responsibility to maintain the border, the insulting 'in your face' "we lost the e-mails", and all the rest, it is not far fetched to assume that some on the side of Big Govt are not simply tone deaf, but are actively hoping for such a "taking up arms" excuse to implement an anti-Second Amendment scenario.

That I see as the most likely way that "taking Up Arms" would occur in this country.

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

Non profits are largely a scam, should be eliminated and are an improper attempt by the Federal government to influence to whom and to what we give our charitable donations.
The IRS already admits religious institutions are exempt from taxation as a matter of law regardless of whether they apply for non profit status. That's as it should be because of the 1st amendment.

Let the rest survive on how much people value giving to them not the worth of the tax deduction.

Rick B

CH,

Charlie Cooks explains why Red Witch is fleeing the BOzostink. I've never seen a Cook piece without a silver Fascist lining before.

Obama's Merde Touch is working quite well.

Extraneus

Instead I would envision either isolated individuals, or rather quite small groups of individuals, deciding independently how to target and execute select Public Officials for maximum effect, and designed to make other individuals that are allied politically and/or share similar mindsets to the the executed individuals, reconsider their actions in light of the understanding that they may be next.

That makes the most sense, daddy, but please don't exempt media big-shots. They could be easily cowed by a committed opposition.

Rob Crawford
Frederick not only giggled during the "house of the rising sun" presentation but was the first one to find the marker in the road. This time not as subtle as a footprint but a blatant phallic symbol with appendages. He and his 10 year old buddy had a big giggle in front of 40 Aussie and American tourists.

Our guide stopped us at a spot that (from memory) had one on the road and one on the wall. Which lead the rather frustrated tour host (? -- hard to explain, he was the inspiration for the tour, getting paid to be part of it, but still just as much a tourist as the rest of us) to make a remark about "all in all, it's just another d!ck in the wall".

Best part of Pompei, IMHO, was the Villa of Mysteries. The brothel was, despite being one of the most intact buildings in the town, not all that interesting. Mainly because there was no time to comprehend what you were seeing -- the crowds were Disney-during-Spring-Break packed around it, and if you stopped you'd get run over.

Meanwhile, behind the little theater, there's an ally with original graffiti covering the walls. I remember a gladiator, and an incredible sailing ship -- rigging and all -- scratched into the concrete. THAT was empty.

GMax

Wow. I share Rick's opinion that Charlie Cook keeps Democrats at toss up long after its apparent that they are behind, and can be counted to call it a flesh wound when a hurricane is forming.

Cook is a big fat Democrat with a bad hair piece, but it is apparent he thinks a major paddling is going to be applied to the Democrats.

Come January, there will be Democrats who would look puzzled when you ask them about Obama. Obama who? will be there earnest reply...

Rob Crawford
I think the Bundy ranch mission was an attempt by the Feds to provoke armed revolt. It didn't work, but eventually, another attempt might.

The latest targets of government demonization, the Threepers, have a clear position: no Fort Sumters. They will not fire first.

This is why the Las Vegas lunatics were thrown out of the Bundy Ranch, and why the attempt failed.

daddy

Ext,

Robespierre I imagine would consider it a target rich environment.

Best part of Pompei, IMHO, was the Villa of Mysteries

Fully agree, Rob. Amazing murals with marvelous colors.

I love going to various small museums and seeing the surviving examples of Roman tomb paintings; the practice of painting the face of the deceased realistically on a wooden board, slid into the tomb wrappings to cover the face. Some are quite rustic and clumsy, but the best are wonderful representations, springing with life and wit and vitality of technique, and it reminds me of how much marvelous stuff we must have lost over the centuries with the collapse of civilization.

Rob Crawford
Have I remarked that the last Indiana Jones, burned up the last trace of good will, George Lucas had reserved?

I gave up on him with "Newt Gunray" and "midichlorians". Leave the childish expressions of your real-world politics out of the fantasy, and the second was just bad story-telling. Instead of mystics tapping a supernatural energy by force of will and discipline, the Jedis just became a pack of militant plague-carriers.

GMax

Perhaps this why Charlie Cook is so sanguine. A new NPR poll of battleground states :

NPR clears out New Yorkers, Californians and Texans (among others) from its sample, focusing instead on the following 12 states: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, North Carolina and West Virginia

Obama approval? 38% with 58% disapprove.

Generic ballot, which usually does not favor Republicans? Why Republicans are +3. Plus EIGHT with independents.

That would be +10 seats in the Senate for those of you keeping score at home. And it does not include Oregon which is a possible pick up as well.

narciso

I meant to ask what of the Quinnipiac poll that has Braley and Ernst, within the margin of error?

Rob Crawford
Fully agree, Rob. Amazing murals with marvelous colors.

And one of the few surviving "country homes". Granted, built by a rich family and, apparently, fallen on hard times and industrial use later, but still...

I'd love to know if they've ever tried excavating the cellar.

And, at the risk of sounding like I obsessed over Roman vandalism, the wonderful "Rufus Est" graffiti.

Rob Crawford
Obama approval? 38% with 58% disapprove.

Generic ballot, which usually does not favor Republicans? Why Republicans are +3. Plus EIGHT with independents.

That would be +10 seats in the Senate for those of you keeping score at home. And it does not include Oregon which is a possible pick up as well.

And this is why I think we'll see a major push for some incident over the next few months.

daddy

Carp,

Next week I get the 90 some hour layover outside Cambridge, England, and I had decided to head to Grenwich for the Observatory, but now Rob's got me rethinking should I run off instead back to Bath and Hadrian's Wall and do the Roman's proper all over again.

T'uff choices, G'or blimey!

GMax

Remember its a NPR poll. Who knows exactly how bad it really is, but NPR is never an honest broker. To be up + 8 with independents and only be up +3 overall, means they are expecting more than +5 Democrats to show at the polls. I say more, because the Democrats show more defections than Republicans. I would say that its more likely that D = R in many of these states, and in more than a couple, Rs will be greater than the Ds.

daddy

And if you'll excuse us...

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

I gave up on George Lucas as Richard Dreyfus made his way to college.

Jane

Perry could send the Texas equivalent of Children and Family services and heavily fine the Feds for running an illegal daycare and remove the children from federal government control.

That's brilliant Rich - except Obama would counter with a militia tied to something - like the foodstamp program.

So by now Obama has to know everyone has got his number. I truly expect some ugly escalation of really bad stuff.

Sue

Two questions...is the format messed up for anyone else? And what the heck are y'all talking about that has my google ad with 2 scantily clad bulked up men posing as body builders?

sbw

Dancing around the edge of good sense are some of you?

To be sure, there are no unthinkable thoughts; only undoable actions. Sometimes, however, it is prudent to hold one’s counsel and exercise when and where one discusses thinkable thoughts that are undoable actions.

Beyond that, however, progs want control of the unthinkable thoughts of others because, only they are pure enough to interpret what is unthinkable and not be tainted by it.

Bullsh*t all the way around!

That word, bullsh*t, is the only weapon one needs to cut the legs from under those who would rule the world. When enough people recognize bullsh*t and laugh it into submission, the scum will slink away because there are not enough weapons in the world to overcome complete disdain.

Janet - the districts lie fallow, while the Capitol gorges itself

And what the heck are y'all talking about that has my google ad with 2 scantily clad bulked up men posing as body builders?

Rome

GMax

And what the heck are y'all talking about

What's the lag time on the response time. I ask because Stephanie was posting pron yesterday I believe...

narciso

how does one ignore that with the right commander and right president, we had success for a while,

http://20committee.com/2014/06/19/facing-americas-failure-in-iraq/

GMax

BTW I have looked at the demographics that NPR released on that poll. Something does not compute. The self ID question shows a R + 1 self ID. But if Indies are + 8 and Republicans out populate Democrats and more Democrats are saying they will vote for Republicans than vice versa, the only way I can think to get only + 3 in the generic ballot question is that the self ID raw count was normed to + 5 D or more.

Given that states involved I think that would be insane. They don't show their work fully so I am guessing a little bit here, but would welcome another set of eyes and any other plausible explanation.

narciso

Wait what now;

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/06/breaking-isis-terrorists-seize-saddam-husseins-chemical-weapons/

Rick B

"And this is why I think we'll see a major push for some incident over the next few months."

" I truly expect some ugly escalation of really bad stuff."

Alinsky Rule 9

RULE 9: “The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.” Imagination and ego can dream up many more consequences than any activist. (Perception is reality. Large organizations always prepare a worst-case scenario, something that may be furthest from the activists’ minds. The upshot is that the organization will expend enormous time and energy, creating in its own collective mind the direst of conclusions. The possibilities can easily poison the mind and result in demoralization.)

I believe the illusions fomented by the Kendonesian Commie far exceed his ability to even pick his nose without clear instructions from an organ grinder. He feeds the febrile half witted 13%ers with his implied threats but he's not going to send the Obama Freeshit Army anywhere. The biggest concentrations are in the plantation sewers of Blue Hells to begin with and absolutely nobody except residents cares what happens to a Blue Hell.

Thomas Collins

That's not bulked up, Sue. That's just my natural body in my young man/middle aged man pics that were photoshopped to make it look like one pic of two men. What I can't figure out is why is the pic appearing on your JOM web page? :-))

AliceH

Not clear to me that what Perry is actually doing right now been has posted yet, so here goes:

http://kxan.com/2014/06/18/perry-directs-dps-to-begin-law-enforcement-surge-at-border/

Includes link to his letter to (Texas) Department of Public Safety.

Sorry if I just missed someone else already posting it.

narciso

Well Zaphod is a fool, however, some smart zampolit are more able, the Chavez fan at the FCC, a notable example,

rich@gmu

thanks for that AliceH. I've been in a news blackout so wasn't sure what he was doing to date.

Danube on iPad

"By which judge?"

Damn near any federal district judge now sitting in America, and each and every circuit court of appeal. Slam dunk. No matter by whom appointed.

Rob Crawford
I believe the illusions fomented by the Kendonesian Commie far exceed his ability to even pick his nose without clear instructions from an organ grinder.

Rick B -- probably. I realize I'm being a bit paranoid.

But the recent outbreak of Vibrant Urban Youth Culture in Louisville was tied to a couple of Chicago gang members who moved there. The Chicago gangs are as much a part of the city's government as the snow plows. I may be poaching on Threadkiller's territory here, but I can easily see Obama's allies sending out lieutenants to stir up problems when he needs them to.

narciso

A notion that Red Squaw theorized fell afoul of
reality, who da thunk it;

http://thehill.com/regulation/209869-ex-cfpb-employee-compares-it-to-working-at-a-plantation

as for the Lerner layup, aren't there incident
reports when you have a system crash,

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