03 May 2013

Keep ’Em Coming, Bathhouse Barry. You’re Doing Great...

You Little Faggot.






Shall we compare George W. Bush’s track record on national security to that of Down Low Bathhouse Barry’s?

Since the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, the number of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil under the watch of George W. Bush = ZERO 

Since taking office, the number of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil under the aiding and abetting of Bathhouse Barry = SIX, that I can remember * -- and that’s not even counting American embassies. 

Thank you, Mustang, for the link for the above pictures. 


*June 2009 – Little Rock, Arkansas: Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, an American Muslim opened fire on a U.S. military recruiting office. Private William Long was killed and Private Quinton Ezeagwula was wounded. 
*September 2009 – New York, New York: Attempt to detonate bombs in NYC subway system by member of al-Qaeda. 
*November 2009 – Fort Hood, Texas: Nadal Malik Hassan conducts mass shooting at Fort Hood killing 13 and wounding 30 others.
*December 2009 – Detroit, Michigan: Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab attempts to detonate an explosive on an aircraft enroute from Amsterdam to Detroit. 
*May 2010 – New York City, New York: New York’s Times Square was evacuated after the discovery of a car bomb. 
*April 2013 -- Boston Marathon bombing (see above.) 

63 comments:

  1. I’m not here to tell you that everyone in my generation was a stellar citizen. We had our problems when I was young.

    We had juvenile delinquents, but far less government meddling in family affairs. The youngster caught shoplifting in Woolworths was escorted home by police officers and turned over to his not too happy parents.

    We had high school dropouts (about 60%), but somehow even the dropouts knew more than today’s high school graduates. Kids smoked cigarettes and drank too much beer; today they mix their own meth and 2 out of 5 kids are dopers. We listened to loud Rock n Roll, but not too loud because no one would put up with it. We worked on our jalopies; we were afraid of loose women because no one wanted to get the clap; now society issues birth control pills to twelve-year-old girls at school.

    Today we are living in a cesspool and NO ONE wants to accept responsibility for their screw ups. How did this bombing happen? Far too may people shrugging their shoulders and claiming, “Ain’t my bad.” Not the growing Islamic influence, not the increased radicalization, and not the rampant political corruption. This, I believe, is the difference between then and now. As you pointed out, it is a culture propagated by DLBB. God forbid that we as a society should ever signal to foreign (Islamic) influences, “We shall not go quietly into the night!”

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    1. The 50's and 60's -- you described them perfectly, Colonel. They had to be the greatest years to live, love and grow up in.

      Now look at where we are. That's what 'trust' will get you.

      We were so busy trying to make a living and raise a family in the right way that we blindly put our trust in our elected officials to do the right thing.

      Taken again.

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  2. People like Obama generally do two things: Get greedy and get lazy.

    And it catches up to them.

    Always.

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    1. Dear Abby,

      You have a way of putting a silver lining to every cloud. Since Down Low has a monopoly on greed and laziness, he ought to be getting near the time that his dick gets knocked in the dirt.

      Signed,
      Wishful Thinking

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    2. He's getting lazier and more desperate and even the media is having a hard time hiding it.

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    Oh pla...ese!

    Which one of you and your merry band of rootin tootin, home grown 'spewing your hatred' blog followers haven't been hoping something like this would happen? Aren't you really just upset that this did not happen before last November's national election? (And besides, why all your crocodile tears? Aren't these just Boston liberals anyway?)

    Here you are attacking the President while USA troops are overseas fighting and protecting you. Where is your loyalty to the troops and to USA?

    Ema Nymton
    ~@:o?
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    1. I am an oath-taker. The oath I took many years ago was to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, against all enemies, both foreign and domestic. It was not an oath taken to protect and serve any president. It did not demand loyalty to a nation of morons like you, Ema.

      By the way, those troops you care so much for? Why don’t you care about bringing them home? If you agree with Barry to leave them in Afghanistan, you must actually hate the troops. You must love to see them killed and horribly injured. That makes you an enemy of Americans, Ema.

      And Ema, that president whose black ass you dream about every night? He now wants to provide guns to Syrian rebels who are aligned with Al Qaeda, so that those pukes can use those guns later against our young warriors. That’s YOUR president, Ema … not mine. You want to have sex with him, I think he is a traitor to the American people. He’s also the reason our soldiers are leaving the army in droves.

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    2. No Ema, the Boston attack was perpetrated by cowards (attacking young children and innocent, unarmed persons), because this administration has been cowardly in addressing Islamic extremism. In that sense, Obama is part of the problem, and we can make a cogent argument that Obama’s policies resulted in the death and injury of innocents.

      And I would like to say that your empathy to this president and his failed policies is disturbing. It suggests to me that you do not deserve the blessings of liberty paid for by the blood of better persons than yourself. In this sense, YOU are part of the problem that resulted in the death and injury of innocents. I hope you can find a way to live with yourself.

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    3. Sometimes there are trolls and antagonists - "Not my name" (Ema Nymton) (backwards) is one of these.

      Here's about as far as I would go with her: "Get thee behind me."

      I do think it's getting ready to catch up with him though but we shall see.

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    4. Sorry Mustang I deleted my post in my blog on the upcoming "celebrations" only because my blog went viral in a venue with people who are more sensible and are more refined than I am and they were looking at the psychology insights I wrote only to pop up to the top and find some military humor that some women just didn't find funny (BECAUSE ITS WORK DARNIT! THOSE ARE NOT FUN! YOU DONT KNOW WHAT ITS LIKE TO TRY TO HAVE ONE!) - but thanks for visiting - I felt bad that I was cracking up. Ah, that constant battle inside myself - its funny as hell but do I say it or post it? YES! And then revert it to draft - lol. Maybe I can get a waiver and excused from hell when this life is over and show I've already done hell in this life and test out of it for all this stuff ;)

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    5. EMA ... why are you so full of hate? I've got an idea, why don't you write your own blog and say what you like there. Oh, you did and no one read it. Well, color me surprised.

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  4. Why do we put up with this? Why do we put up with us taxpayers paying Michelle Obama to fly around like she's holding a political office? Are there any limits to the O'Trauma's expenses? Can we invoke "sequester" on HER spending?

    This is DISGUSTING! Our "dear leaders Bracak and Mochelle" will applaud when a gay person announces their sexuality to the world...but remain silent when someone who doesn't agree with hyper-Liberal policies does something that doesn't help the Obama's meaningless, mediocre presidency.

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  5. I've sensed that Enema is a fraud, of sorts, as I also do Liberalmann and Question Man. Perhaps they're all the same single idiot. It's very hard to believe that their discombobulated drivel could come from a [real] person(s); even a liberal!

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  6. I used to have regular sex with Ema, but we broke up when I threw that sock away.

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    1. Hey, Jack! You're stealing my material!

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  7. Like I told the colonel (Mustang,) I'm on liberty for the next few days and trying to stay outta the Jody bars. It's not working out too well for me, though. The Shore Patrol just hauled me in... again. So, with a little time on my hands, I thought I'd check in and see what's happening here.

    Y'all have been busy!
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    Robert -- Not only are you an 'oath-taker,' I can tell that you're an 'oath-KEEPER!' As you say, the oath we took was to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America. It was not an oath taken to protect and serve some puppet communist dictator. Thank you for your service!
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    Mustang -- What can I say, Colonel?! OUTSTANDING writing and thoughts -- as usual. I've always said that giving these cowards the name of 'terrorists' is actually rewarding them and giving them exactly what they want -- a psychological fear factor. All the name has done is embolden them; call them what they are -- pricks that can't fight like a man.
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    Dear Abby,

    Since you've broken the 'Ema Nymton' code, as a first-rate cryptologist, what the hell's going on with the '~@:o?' bull shit that she/he/it uses?

    Signed,
    ~@:o? Bull Shit
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    Odie! -- "Oh, you did [write your own blog] and no one read it. Well, color me surprised." PERFECT! AAA+!
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    Maya -- Thanks for stopping by! Yeah, I've been wondering the same thing about Moochelle. The thing about her name being 'Moochelle' is, you can shorten it to 'Mooch,' which is all she really is or... shorten it to 'Moo,' like the cow she really is, too.
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    JonBerg -- I think you may be on to something about them all being the same person! You gotta hope so, anyway. Sheech, I'd hate to think there's really that many more idiots out there.
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    Jack -- Even in jest (the part about having sex with her,) that's sicker than the stuff I can come up with. Nearly.
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    Hey! The SP's cutting me loose. Check with y'all later!

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  8. Here's what I think is the bottom line now: Most Americans. Don't. Care.

    Their attitude: "Ho hum. Bound to happen. Nothing we can do about it." Etc., etc.

    After 9/11, everyone where I work was both horrified and angry.

    Thus far, I haven't heard a single one of these same people utter a peep about the jihad attack on the Boston Marathon -- or, for that matter, Fort Hood. And I don't work with liberals, either. On the contrary!

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    1. Well, THANKS for that ray of sunshine, AOW!

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  9. I agree with AOW ... and writer Andrew McCarthy, who posits that we are witnessing a massive fraud by the Obama Administration. They want the remaining slug acquitted, which is why the Obama administration has suddenly become a sieve with information Slug #2 confessed to (before his Miranda).

    So the left is entirely aligned with the jihadis. If that doesn't turn your stomach, nothing ever will.

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    1. Sam, I've been heaving my guts since 2008.

      As far as I'm concerned, we've been witnessing a massive fraud by the Oba... sorry, I just can't bring myself to do it... by the Down Low Bathhouse Barry Marxist Brothers since that time, too.

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    2. Sam,
      They want the remaining slug acquitted...

      No doubt.

      Lots of puff pieces, with the clear intents of blaming America for not "reaching out" more to the Tsarnaev brothers and to ALL MUSLIM IMMIGRANTS, have appeared in nearly every mainstream media organization.

      The devolution of America continues apace.

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    3. AOW, your "...'not reaching' out more..." made me think of something from years ago.

      Back during the 80's, in the military and law enforcement circles, AT&T's tag line of "Reach Out and Touch Someone" took on a whole new meaning... if you catch my drift.

      I SO WANT this thing to work out and I'll be EXCEEDINGLY happy to do MORE than my fair share to "Reach Out" to Moslems who want those 72 Virgins... if you catch my drift.

      Speaking of the 72 Virgins, I've never figured out what they think they're gonna do with 'em once they get to their allah. After blowing themselves up, the cowards (aka terrorists) don't have too much to work with... if you catch my drift.

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    4. Marine4ever,
      I get your drift. :)

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  10. There is no question why an Iranian should want to veil his wife, his daughter, or his sister. I have seen some beautiful Persian women. I cannot make this claim about Arab women; they are not attractive when compared, to say, camels. Now, I’m not saying I ever went home with a camel after a night of drinking … anyone who says that about me is a damn liar. I’ll only say that during Fatema’s pole dance, I kept looking down at my pack of cigarettes. I think we all know why there are so many virgins among Arab women. Yes, we do.

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    1. And that, friends, is from the voice of experience.

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  11. " I think we all know why there are so many virgins among Arab women. Yes, we do."

    Now, wouldn't that be a blessing? NO more "Rag Heads"! I'm not holding my breath but I am holding my nose!

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  12. About veiling...

    I read yesterday that the incidence of case of multiple sclerosis have skyrocketed in Iran. Scientists think that the rising rate of ms is directly related to veiling (shrouding). Of course, the article just HAD to state the following:

    ...The Oxford researchers—Julia Pakpoor and Sreeram Ramagopalan, who both study genetics —are careful to make clear that they aren’t telling women to abandon the hijab...

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    1. Maybe this'll start happening to the male coward (terrorist) population, too. I have yet to see a picture of any of 'em where the only thing that's exposed is their beady little eyeballs.

      They haven't figured this out yet, but that slit that exposes only their headlamps makes for perfect sight alignment.

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  13. I have recently learned that the MOST efficient way of setting off explosives is to hide them inside the rectum. I hope the coward terrorists don't find out about this.

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    1. Oh, my word, Sam... I certainly hope TERRORISTS (pansy-asses) NEVER GET HOLD of this CLASSIFiED information. This is TOP SECRET and the PENTAGON has WARNED that the JUDEO-CHRISTIAN HERITAGE would come to an ABRUPT END should this conversation ever be LEAKED!

      (Cool... there's a dude over there sticking something up his ass. Got a match?)

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  14. While I'm not counting on it, I hope "Bath House" and Pillory get their, well deserved, excoriation tomorrow! OK, I can dream.

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    1. (...fade in background music 'When You Wish Upon a Star')

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    2. Now I'm worried; JB is dreaming about Bath House and Pillory. This could be WAY too much information.

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    3. Oh Geez, and to think I almost joined the Sea Scouts.

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  15. Wait, whoever Emma is has decided we need to be loyal to the president who is in charge during a war though that same president didn't think we should go to that same war?

    i get it.

    By the way, a Hijab would be a great place to hide a bomb, wouldn't it.

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    1. When the bomb went off in the Hajab, you'd never know if it messed up her face or not.

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  16. Anyone else remember that fundraiser Obama attended after the Benghazi slaughter, the one hosted by Jay-Z & B with the Champagne tower?

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    1. Maddening World,
      Damn right I remember that fundraiser!

      Some Commander-in-Chief, huh?

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  17. Ditto, TMW and AOW!

    Benghazi ain't over with yet... I can always hope can't I?!

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  18. Let's not forget the media who wipes obama's ass every 15 seconds and has yet to even question the pathetic lack of competent security here.

    Hint for readers: security people have been trained for Decades to look for luggage, backpacks, containers - left unattended. It's first on the list folks. Some government agencies should be sued over this in a major way.

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    1. True, Kid. But we have to understand that this is Baa-stan that we're talking about. Even though this was the home of our first Patriots and a Tea Party, Baa-stan lost its way a loooong time ago and has yet to come the party.

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    2. M4E, I think this could happen just about anywhere now, except for maybe a few places in Texas or Arizona.

      And thanks for posting the pictures. This should have been newsreel on the major channels but we live in big F day care center now don't ya know and we couldn't handle it, or so we're told.
      Oh, and the fact that is had Jack nothing to do with ... yep, watergate

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    3. Thanks for the confidence in Texas (and Arizona) and right you are, Kid, in our nation becoming a big fucking daycare center... or, soon to be, Gulag.

      "Big fucking daycare center"... yeah, I like that.

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    4. In my mind it already is for many living here. If this country saw hard time, like the kind I know you've seen, that I have seen, talking no money and no jobs basically, people simply wouldn't know what to do. They can't even make change for a buck without a computer.

      I didn't mean for this comment to be this long but gotta add this - We have an alternate lifestyle guy in our IT dept. He's in his 30's. He came in one morning after his smartphone had died earlier the previous evening when everything was closed. He's talking about it and I swear he was this far from actually crying. It was like his Mother died.

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    5. And that is exactly why the future looks so dismal to me; too many handouts, no fundamental education, no common sense left and a couple of generations out there that played soccer without keeping score.

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    6. Kid,
      That IT guy sounds like an "internet addict."

      I have one in my classes this year -- an 8th grader. She MUST have her iPad with her at all times and MUST be online even during class. And her parents, who recently reamed me for their daughter's poor grade on an essay, wonder why their daughter isn't even close to living up to her academic potential. Sheesh.

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    7. AOW, internet addict, and probably more accurate facebook addict.
      I've head teaches just ask the parents what grade she should get, they say A of course, and you say, sure no skin off my nose, then we she has to find a job somewhere, or hold a semi intelligent conversation - Voila.

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    8. Kid,
      An irony regarding the above-mentioned student I was talking about: she wrote her research paper on social networking.

      The parents know that she has a problem with internet time. On the family's recent vacation to Disney World, the girl wouldn't spend much time in the park. Rather, she was holed up in her room or elsewhere to play with her iPad and surf the web.

      Still, as far as the parents are concerned, I'm a bitch for not giving the girl a good grade on her research paper -- a paper which had so many problems that it took me over two hours to grade the damn thing. I'm certain that MY efforts were a complete waste of time.

      I'm glad that I'm approaching the end of my teaching career. In fact, I'm considering an earlier-than-planned retirement. I wouldn't really be retiring; rather, I might tap into the Asian community and do a lot of private tutoring which will be appreciated by that particular group.

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  19. Marine4ever,
    You and others might appreciate this (about the Marine holding an umbrella over Obama at the Rose Garder presser the other day.

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    1. I hadn't seen any of these, AOW! Thanks for sending... I guess.

      In the Marine Corps, while in uniform, we DO NOT: 1) Use umbrellas for ourselves or hold umbrellas for others. 2) Push shopping carts or carry bags of groceries for -- I guess it would be 'our significant other,' now. 3) Hold hands -- I guess it would be 'our significant other,' now. 4) A whole lot more.

      I did see a picture, that wasn't in the group, of a Marine holding an umbrella for Bathhouse Barry that I wish I had saved (it made me want to puke and I just clicked off of it.) A perfect caption for the expression on the Marine's face would have been: "To think... I joined the Marine Corps for THIS."

      Here's to a wonderful day, weekend and week ahead for you and Mr. AOW!

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    2. Did those Marines get a direct order from BHO?

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    3. LOL! I doubt it, AOW. Bathhouse wouldn't know how to GIVE one... he just TAKES 'EM from his handlers. But the orders did come from the sucks that now occupy the Pentagon.

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      May I quote, "Shut up."

      (http://terminallance.com/2013/05/17/terminal-lance-presidential-service/)

      "... holding an umbrella for the President is probably the least demeaning thing I could imagine doing as a Marine, as opposed to the other bullshit I had to do every day. No one would think twice about asking a boot to police call cigarette butts across the entire base at 5am, but the minute this boot has to hold an umbrella for the Commander in Chief, people get upset.

      He’s the President, he rates an umbrella.

      Get over it."

      Oh, I too want to add, "You call yourselves Marines?"

      Ema Nymton
      ~@:o/
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    5. Ema,
      It is my understanding that a male Marine is allowed to hold an umbrella but only over a lady's head.

      Perhaps a Marine here at this site can cite the exact section of the USMC code. If there isn't any such code, then obviously I'm in error.

      I wonder....Has any Marine ever before held an umbrella over the President's head?

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    6. Regulation MCO P1020.34F of the Marine Corps Uniform Regulations chapter 3, rules out any use or carrying of an umbrella while a Marine is in uniform.

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      In response to above Ema the Dippo's, "He’s the President, he rates an umbrella." That has to be the stupidest statement I've ever heard. But, considering the source...

      A true Commander in Chief would ask his troops to do no more than he would do himself. Lead by example. There's your example. You don't think this little event hasn't made it around the world and AGAIN made the U.S. the laughing stock of the world?!

      If the weather were that bad, STICK UP A TENT for the little fag so that she doesn't mess up her makeup or her do. It ain't BRAIN SURGERY!

      The pictures and circumstances that are coming out of Our Dear Leader are getting STOOPIDER and STOOPIDER by the minute.

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    7. Marine4ever,
      Regulation MCO P1020.34F of the Marine Corps Uniform Regulations chapter 3, rules out any use or carrying of an umbrella while a Marine is in uniform.

      Aha!

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    8. @ Emo the Dippo --
      That little tirade from 'Terminal Lance' is exactly why he's TERMINAL Lance Corporal. I'm surprised to see he made it to LCpl. He should be TERMINAL Private.

      I'm beginning to think the old salts are right; the Corps is turning into a bunch of momma's boys, faggots and PC'ers. Sad day for my Corps and our nation.

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  20. The sacred Second Amendment is the re-fried wedge issue to divide Democrats from Republicans. With deference to, but because of, the Sandy Hook tragedy in Newtown, we are now gripped once again with the question on how to control senseless violence.

    The left, led by the president and California Senator Dianne Feinstein, believe the answer is more legislation to limit the types of weapons available in the US. Additionally, they propose stringent background checks to ensure the "sane" are purchasing guns.
    The right, led by the National Rifle Association, believes the Second Amendment allows for citizens to be armed and they believe that right is absolute and without restriction. In other words, no limitations should be placed on a citizen's right to defend or to hunt.
    This push and pull between the political elite is not new and the Second Amendment right to own a weapon continues to be opposed.
    As with the recent tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, tragedies propelled gun rights antagonists to extract stricter gun controls from a grieving nation.

    The assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1968 gave us the Gun Control Act of 1968 which prohibited the mail order sales of guns and rifles and sales of the same to convicted felons, mentally incompetent and drug users; the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan gave us the Brady Act in 1994 (under President Clinton) requiring a five-day waiting period and background check for the sale of handguns and required that a National Instant Criminal Background Check System be created; it also spawned the Assault Weapons Ban which banned assault weapons that included semi-automatic, and military-style rifles like the AK-47 and SKS. This particular ban expired in 2004.
    Now, at the hands of (the-still-in-office) Sen. Feinstein, we not only have another Assault Weapons Ban pending but a president who believes he can tacitly amend the constitution by executive orders and thereby impose his own brand of regulating the gun industry.
    What is really going on here? Doesn’t it make sense that more guns, not less guns, in the hands of the law abiding citizen will reduce crime? Doesn’t the inability to strip the criminals from their guns demand an armed citizenry?
    More directly related to the Newtown incident, Lott co-wrote a 1999 study that concluded, “Deaths and injuries from mass public shootings fall dramatically after right-to-carry concealed handgun laws are enacted. Between 1977 and 1995, the average death rate from mass shootings plummeted by up to 91 percent after such laws went into effect, and injuries dropped by over 80 percent.”
    More gun regulation will not reduce violent crime; so what’s the point?
    The point is to disarm the law abiding citizen so that he may not defend himself from an ever expanding federal government or anyone else for that matter intent on having its own way and therefore giving way for tyranny to take hold. Tyranny does not stand ultimately and history is the proof. (Of course, no one in power today in the US would call the agenda to take guns from law abiding citizens an attempt to take away liberty and freedom. However, their actions speak for themselves.)
    Alternatively, our legislators simply think they know how much weaponry or ammunition a law abiding citizen needs. I’m not sure what they will say when the mother attempts to defend herself from a home invasion (with her baby in her arms) with only seven bullets in her handgun (as proposed) up against three would-be robbers and rapists with guns of their own. How many bullets does she need?
    Answer: as many as necessary to save her own life and the life of her child. No politician should be in the middle of that gun fight.
    Owning a gun is the literal manifestation of taking personal responsibility for yourself and for your family. Barring military grade weaponry and reasonable background checks, a law abiding “sane” citizen should have every right to own as many hand guns, rifles, and ammunition as he deems necessary. That’s the American way.

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    1. Just a brief reply to what you've said, IMD -- you've summed it up!

      I would like to add that, as a U.S. citizen, I should be afforded the right to have weapons equal to (if not exceeding) that of my government. Yes... if I can afford it, I want an M1 Abrams tank in my driveway. The Second Amendment is NOT about hunting; it IS about the citizens protecting themselves from a government of tyranny.

      Thanks for dropping by, IMD. You're always welcome here!

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    1. Thanks, AOW for, YET AGAIN, starting my morning off... never mind.

      I'll be sure to add the above graphic to my 'Stoopid Stuff of the Obamites' files that are stored in the U-Stow & Go space that I have rented. I started out using my garage. It's a two-car garage. I haven't been able to get vehicles into it for over four years.

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    2. Glad to be of service.

      Mustang can tell you what I'm like when I start pursuing a topic. :^)

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    3. I've already noticed! LOL!

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