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In its most vicious attack on a candidate on the R ticket yet, the New York Slimes endorses McCain, praising him to the skies for being a good Democrat:

Senator John McCain of Arizona is the only Republican who promises to end the George Bush style of governing from and on behalf of a small, angry fringe. With a record of working across the aisle to develop sound bipartisan legislation, he would offer a choice to a broader range of Americans than the rest of the Republican field.

We have shuddered at Mr. McCain’s occasional, tactical pander to the right because he has demonstrated that he has the character to stand on principle. He was an early advocate for battling global warming and risked his presidential bid to uphold fundamental American values in the immigration debate. A genuine war hero among Republicans who proclaim their zeal to be commander in chief, Mr. McCain argues passionately that a country’s treatment of prisoners in the worst of times says a great deal about its character.

Translation:

Whereas he has a nasty habit of occasionally pandering to the actual Republicans of his own party, his support for turning the American economy into a shithole for the benefit of Communist China, his vehement support for massive amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants and opposition to interrogating our al-Qaeda allies when they’re captured leaves us with a tingle in our toes and a serious case of the warm and fuzzies.

We wuv ya, McCain!

XOXOXOXO

The New York Slimes Editorial Board

And, proving that he isn’t about to ruin his spotless record of stabbing his party in the back and pissing on the voters, McCain responded by bragging about the endorsement, posting it on his campaign website.

In other news, McSwine hires noted pro-open borders, anti-American wetback Juan “Mexico First” Hernandez as his Hispanic Outreach Director. You know, the Hernandez that doesn’t believe that Mexico and the U.S. are two countries, it’s just “one region” and who wants all Mexican immigrants, illegal AND legal, to think “Mexico First!” in all things.

You think that’s bad? Wait until you find out who Hernandez’ usual employer, McSwine’s “Reform Institute”, is funded by: George “I was a Nazi collaborator and all I got was this handful of gold fillings” Soros. Fine people that McSchweinhund is taking money from, isn’t it? That would be the same Soros that helps fund MorOn.org and their “General Betray Us” ads, by the way. Maybe all of those “veterans for McCain” want to take a moment to think about that?

We’ve finally found out why McSwine isn’t running as a Democrat.

He’s simply TOO far to the fringe left for them.

Lastly, a message from the Romney campaign. We endorse it. Fully:

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Hold our noses and vote for THAT???

No. Fucking. Way. In. Hell.

65 Responses to “The Daily McSwine Roundup”
  1. Wild-Eyed Charlie Comment by Wild-Eyed Charlie

    Hoard gold and silver, buy guns and ammo, and hide your womenfolk…we’re THROUGH as a country. Any one of these jerks, Republicrat OR Demican, will do the same thing to us.

    And that thing is: Civil War II.

  2. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon UNITED STATES

    I hate to say it, but I suspect you may be right.

    RH

  3. Wild-Eyed Charlie Comment by Wild-Eyed Charlie

    I hate to say it, but I suspect you may be right.

    RH

    Me too. If I was 30 years old again, I’d enjoy taking some of the garbage out. Now, I’m 50+ with a bad back, and exerting myself like that is out of the question.

  4. Patton Comment by Patton UNITED STATES

    And that thing is: Civil War II.

    Hate to say it, but if there is a war (I doubt that there will be) it will be over real fast. Any potential rebels (probably us; we’ve got all the guns), even if numerous, will be scattered and disorganized. We will have no combat aircraft, no tanks, no anti armor weapons, no artillery support and more importantly no chain of command or logistics. Only a minority would be trained soldiers; most would have no training at all. It would be this against the strongest, most advanced most well trained army on earth. Furthermore the government controls sufficient nuclear weapons to destroy any number of rebels or mutinous troops. The only way such a war could be fought (and even this assumes that the government doesn’t use nukes) would be as a guerilla war, and that would kill hundreds of thousands of innocents. Finally, even if such a war could be won, the consequences would be disastrous. Even independent of the physical damage of the war, the defeat of the government would mean a total breakdown of law and order as well as a loss of the USA’s superpower status. It would also be near impossible to restore democracy afterwards.

  5. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

    NOVAK: John Edwards will be named Attorney General in an Obama WH…

    this is just getting insane

  6. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

    i am not paranoid! but everybody THINKS i am!

  7. quiller Comment by quiller UNITED STATES

    http://www.eworldwire.com/pressreleases/18074

    I apologize for wasting anyone’s time if this has been posted before. Does anyone have a reputable news organization link about McCain trying to seal his POW records? Some law he supposedly helped get enacted?

  8. LC MoMinuteMan Comment by LC MoMinuteMan UNITED STATES

    Uhmmm…. this is off topic, but it was the bright spot of my week, and I thought I’d share it in hopes of spreading a bit of good news about the future of our country…

    One of the Hood Rats on my bus got promoted to Young Man today. He is in 7th or 8th grade, and has been asking me questions about the Military and what it takes to join, are there any tests, and I have answered them the best I can and given him web sites for more info and practice ASVAB tests, but I wasn’t sure if he was gonna follow thru…

    Today he gets on my bus, and asks if I wanna see a pic of his Uncle. Sure, sez I… Busting at the seams with pride, he hands me a picture of a Marine. I ask if he wants to become a Marine and he answers yes. I ask about what MOS he is interested in, he sez, “I wanna be one of the ones that do all the fighting..” “Infantry??”, sez I… “YEAH!! That’s it!!”, sez he…

    A girl asks if that’s what he thinks he wants to do and he answers, “That’s what I’m GONNA do when I turn 18.”

    Sounds like Marine material to me…

    We now return you to your pre-electorial doom and gloom….

  9. El Jeffmon Comment by El Jeffmon UNITED STATES

    It would be this against the strongest, most advanced most well trained army on earth.

    You assume said army would not be on our side. Or remain organized. Would it?

  10. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

    Do you know what’s funny?

    Y’all are starting to sound like us Liberals way back in 2000, where, with the election of Alfred E. Bush the whole world was going to come crashing down around our feet.

    The political pendulum is constantly swinging left to right to left again. Each time there is always the dire predictions that all is lost and we are royally fucked.

    I was talking to my Grandmother today — she turned 105 last Saturday. She lived through a LOT of political changes in this country and she told me she gave up worrying about it sometime around 1932.

    My Grandmother is a salty old woman and not afraid to speak her mind using language that even I wouldn’t use. So it is fun having a conversation with her about politics and what things were like when she was young. I only wish I could be as lucid and bright at her age as she is.

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  12. Unregistered Comment by steveegg UNITED STATES

    Actually, McShame (Amnesty-Media) isn’t running as a DhimmiRAT because the LeftStreamMedia wants full control over both halves of the bipartisan Party-In-Government (that, and because he isn’t adopting the Dhimm/Paul-Nut surrender line of bullshit, he doesn’t qualify as a DhimmiRAT).

  13. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte UNITED STATES

    You assume said army would not be on our side. Or remain organized. Would it?

    It would be a good assumption because the military would still follow orders.

  14. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

    I may but pray the military remembers their oath of enlistment. Remember your oath of enlistment? REMEMBER YOUR OATH OF ENLISTMENT! To protect and defend the Constitution against ALL enemies, foreign AND DOMESTIC! Also remember, that was NOT for your term of enlistment, it was for LIFE! It would appear obvious that a number of congressweasels that claim to have served are commiting TREASON pure and simple. When do we hold them accountable, and pronounce the required punishment for treason in time of war? And we ARE at war, are we not? As for:

    Me too. If I was 30 years old again, I’d enjoy taking some of the garbage out. Now, I’m 50+ with a bad back, and exerting myself like that is out of the question.

    I’m for damn sure not 30 anymore either. But I’ve got several highpower rifles, and a ghillie suit.

    It would be a good assumption because the military would still follow orders.

    Would they? And which orders? How many of our “glorious leaders” would stand to THEIR oath?

  15. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

    As well, while there are listed methods and conditions to change and add laws, these are not to be in contravention to the intent OF the Constitution. SCOTUS is not to use foreign law, or create law in that same contraventive mode, but to apply the laws formed by the legislature in cases presented. They are as accountable for their actions as legislators that violate the founding document. It would NOT destroy our nation, or our government, to hold accountable those who commit treason. All it will take is the holding accountable of them, and allowing those who follow the Constitution to continue on with their work. Identify those who are against the greatness of America, and sweep them.

  16. thepresenceusmc Comment by thepresenceusmc UNITED STATES

    And then, out of the blue, someone noticed Romney cheated at the debate: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMtXBJWm3CA

    Guess it was an earpiece “malfunction.” :em99:

    Blah. I hate my choices if Dr. Paul loses. I wouldn’t vote for these other losers.

  17. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

    Guess it was an earpiece “malfunction.” :em99:

    Actually, much as I’d love to catch any of the remaining four clowns in a fuckup like that, it turns out that it was a member of the audience whispering near an open mic.

    But the meme is already spreading.

  18. L C hilljohnny Comment by L C hilljohnny UNITED STATES

    DJ glad to hear about your grandmother. if you haven’t already you might want to ask her about your ancesters. i’ve always regretted that i didn’t. i have been trying to get what my mother remembers writting down for my children.

    quiller is this what you’re looking for?

  19. Anthony L. Comment by Anthony L. UNITED STATES

    Great point, cmblake. I have pondered this scenario many times, and my conclusion concerning the folks who wear the uniform has always been the same. They pledged an oath to their country and to defend it’s founding charter, NOT it’s government, should it be corrupt.

    WE THE PEOPLE are probably the most important words in the Constitution, yet the most over looked and mis-understood. WE THE PEOPLE, not we the congress, or I the President. The government has power only to the extent that WE THE PEOPLE allow. You can bet your ass those serving in the military, who put their lives and the well being of their loved ones on the line every day understand these concepts. Given that, when the other shoe drops, with whom do you think they will fight?

    It will start small; I personally refuse to allow any of my rights enumerated in the Constitution to be abrogated by ANY government, local, state or federal. I will resist peacefully if possible, and with deadly force if necessary. I pray that it doesn’t, but should the time come to take up arms to defend my country and Constitution against domestic enemies, I am willing, prepared, and able to do so.

  20. Right Wing Redneck Comment by Right Wing Redneck UNITED STATES

    ¡Condenación a Infierno para todos de el Mexicanos!

    No, I did not use Google Translator for this, but G/T will translate this back to English correctly.

    Damn high school foreign language requirements.

    Damn wetbacks.

  21. LC Wyatt Earp Comment by LC Wyatt Earp UNITED STATES

    Juan “Mexico First” Hernandez, like McCain, is still trapped in the early 1800’s. Hernandez thinks that our southwestern states still belong to Mexico - and with the amount of illegals there, he may be right - and McCain thinks that America should try and kiss every country’s ass - because we’re the new kid on the block.

    Only problem with that reasoning is that if Hernandez were really so self-righteous, he would be helping Mexico be a decent place to live again. As for McCain, he has roots in the early 1800’s - his mother was born there.

  22. Proud Infidel Comment by Proud Infidel

    The asswipe leftylackey :em72: MSM :em72: is pimping McCain, their favorite :em41: RINO :em41: , obviously because he’d either be their favorite myrmidon, or the easiest one for the Hillmonster to beat. If impersonating a Conservative was an arrestable offense, McCain would be the FIRST one to be arrested and convicted!!

  23. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon UNITED STATES

    Deej, if libtards thought the world was coming to an end in 2000, then they were even stupider than I’m willing to give them credit for (most days at least), seeing as how their world came to an (unfortunately only temporary) end a few years previous to that…

    RH

  24. The Major, Volatile Agent Exemplar Comment by The Major, Volatile Agent Exemplar UNITED STATES

    When I was commissioned and active, if the Gubmint suspended Posse Comitatus, they’d have found an empty uniform. I was not alone in that conviction.

    I do wonder if Posse Comitatus has already been neutered with the following section in HR5122, signed into law in 2006 (I included the entire section so that I hear what you uber-edumacated Rotties think of this):

    HR5122 - John Warner National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2007

    SEC. 1076. USE OF THE ARMED FORCES IN MAJOR PUBLIC EMERGENCIES.

    (a) USE OF THE ARMED FORCES AUTHORIZED.—
    (1) IN GENERAL.—Section 333 of title 10, United States
    Code, is amended to read as follows:
    ‘‘§ 333. Major public emergencies; interference with State and
    Federal law
    ‘‘(a) USE OF ARMED FORCES IN MAJOR PUBLIC EMERGENCIES.—
    (1) The President may employ the armed forces, including the
    National Guard in Federal service, to—
    ‘‘(A) restore public order and enforce the laws of the United
    States when, as a result of a natural disaster, epidemic, or
    other serious public health emergency, terrorist attack or
    incident, or other condition in any State or possession of the
    United States, the President determines that—
    ‘‘(i) domestic violence has occurred to such an extent
    that the constituted authorities of the State or possession
    are incapable of maintaining public order; and
    ‘‘(ii) such violence results in a condition described in
    paragraph (2); or
    ‘‘(B) suppress, in a State, any insurrection, domestic
    violence, unlawful combination, or conspiracy if such insurrection,
    violation, combination, or conspiracy results in a condition
    described in paragraph (2).
    ‘‘(2) A condition described in this paragraph is a condition
    that—
    ‘‘(A) so hinders the execution of the laws of a State or
    possession, as applicable, and of the United States within that
    State or possession, that any part or class of its people is
    deprived of a right, privilege, immunity, or protection named
    in the Constitution and secured by law, and the constituted
    authorities of that State or possession are unable, fail, or refuse
    to protect that right, privilege, or immunity, or to give that
    protection; or
    H. R. 5122—323
    ‘‘(B) opposes or obstructs the execution of the laws of the
    United States or impedes the course of justice under those
    laws.
    ‘‘(3) In any situation covered by paragraph (1)(B), the State
    shall be considered to have denied the equal protection of the
    laws secured by the Constitution.
    ‘‘(b) NOTICE TO CONGRESS.—The President shall notify Congress
    of the determination to exercise the authority in subsection (a)(1)(A)
    as soon as practicable after the determination and every 14 days
    thereafter during the duration of the exercise of that authority.’’.
    (2) PROCLAMATION TO DISPERSE.—Section 334 of such title
    is amended by inserting ‘‘or those obstructing the enforcement
    of the laws’’ after ‘‘insurgents’’.
    (3) HEADING AMENDMENT.—The heading of chapter 15 of
    such title is amended to read as follows:
    ‘‘CHAPTER 15—ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS TO
    RESTORE PUBLIC ORDER’’.
    (4) CLERICAL AMENDMENTS.—(A) The tables of chapters
    at the beginning of subtitle A of title 10, United States Code,
    and at the beginning of part I of such subtitle, are each
    amended by striking the item relating to chapter 15 and
    inserting the following new item:
    ‘‘15 Enforcement of the Laws to Restore Public Order ………………………………… 331’’.
    (B) The table of sections at the beginning of chapter 15
    of such title is amended by striking the item relating to sections
    333 and inserting the following new item:
    ‘‘333. Major public emergencies; interference with State and Federal law.’’.
    (b) PROVISION OF SUPPLIES, SERVICES, AND EQUIPMENT.—
    (1) IN GENERAL.—Chapter 152 of such title is amended
    by adding at the end the following new section:
    ‘‘§ 2567. Supplies, services, and equipment: provision in major
    public emergencies
    ‘‘(a) PROVISION AUTHORIZED.—In any situation in which the
    President determines to exercise the authority in section
    333(a)(1)(A) of this title, the President may direct the Secretary
    of Defense to provide supplies, services, and equipment to persons
    affected by the situation.
    ‘‘(b) COVERED SUPPLIES, SERVICES, AND EQUIPMENT.—The supplies,
    services, and equipment provided under this section may
    include food, water, utilities, bedding, transportation, tentage,
    search and rescue, medical care, minor repairs, the removal of
    debris, and other assistance necessary for the immediate preservation
    of life and property.
    ‘‘(c) LIMITATIONS.—(1) Supplies, services, and equipment may
    be provided under this section—
    ‘‘(A) only to the extent that the constituted authorities
    of the State or possession concerned are unable to provide
    such supplies, services, and equipment, as the case may be;
    and
    ‘‘(B) only until such authorities, or other departments or
    agencies of the United States charged with the provision of
    such supplies, services, and equipment, are able to provide
    such supplies, services, and equipment.
    H. R. 5122—324
    ‘‘(2) The Secretary may provide supplies, services, and equipment
    under this section only to the extent that the Secretary
    determines that doing so will not interfere with military preparedness
    or ongoing military operations or functions.
    ‘‘(d) INAPPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN AUTHORITIES.—The provision
    of supplies, services, or equipment under this section shall not
    be subject to the provisions of section 403(c) of the Robert T.
    Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (42 U.S.C.
    5170b(c)).’’.
    (2) CLERICAL AMENDMENT.—The table of sections at the
    beginning of such chapter is amended by adding at the end
    the following new item:
    ‘‘2567. Supplies, services, and equipment: provision in major public emergencies’’.
    (c) CONFORMING AMENDMENT.—Section 12304(c)(1) of such title
    is amended by striking ‘‘No unit’’ and all that follows through
    ‘‘subsection (b),’’ and inserting ‘‘Except to perform any of the functions
    authorized by chapter 15 or section 12406 of this title or
    by subsection (b), no unit or member of a reserve component may
    be ordered to active duty under this section’’.

    (Many thanks to the feral assholes in N’awlins for this legislative gem)

    My take? Sure as shit don’t want Hillary interpreting what constitutes “insurrection, domestic
    violence, unlawful combination, or conspiracy”
    in order to open hunting season on dissenters.

    What’s yours?

  25. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

    And to chip in my two Overseas Armed Forces cents, I don’t honestly recall the subject of the government ordering us to fire on our own people coming up, but I know that I’d be AWOL, with my weapons, and I suspect that I wouldn’t have had a problem finding company.

    After all, in the event of an invasion of the WaPa followed by a defeat of our elected government and a subsequent order from them to “stand down”, we were not merely authorized, we were required to disobey and continue the fight on the grounds that, without a popular mandate, the government’s orders were null and void.

  26. LC Fiar Comment by LC Fiar UNITED STATES

    Damn. That’s pretty fucking hard hitting. I’m not a Romney fan, but I like this.

  27. LC Fiar Comment by LC Fiar UNITED STATES

    Fuck you! Don’t tell me to go home. I’m already there :em02:

    I’ve been away too long. Just noticed the “go home” button.

  28. Mjolnir Comment by Mjolnir UNITED STATES

    Most of you are on the right track.

    The oath is to uphold the constitution and defend against all enemies foreign and domestic.

    I think we actually could have come closer to this in the 2000 election when the Supremes were considering violating the rules set forth in the constitution about the election (about how the electoral college works) and how a president is decided. Essentially Gorebacle (and friends) were just pissed because he won the popular vote and lost the electoral vote, which had only happened once before (thank God for that precedent). This is why libtards think that Bushitler “stole” the election.

    Long story short, had the Supremes ruled in favor of the Goreacle then, that could have been perceived by those who had taken an oath, as a violation of constitutional rule, for ignoring the electoral process. (I must believe the Supremes examined this as a possible consequence). Believe me when I tell you, many of those wearing the uniform would have considered Gore then as an illegitimate president. Whether or not they would have done something about it, who knows. But I guarantee you if push came to shove and senior leadership started to bail we could have had a second civil war on our hands. My estimates: those in the military would broken in favor of supporting the correct presidential election process by 10:1.

  29. baslimthecripple Comment by baslimthecripple UNITED STATES

    Honestly, forced to choose between McCain and the Wicked Witch of the West, I’d go with McCain. The problem however, is that before the ink was dry on the nomination, the Slimes and the rest of the LSM would turn on him like a pack of Serengeti hyenas. The WaPo “George Allen said nigger once in 1962″ would seem like a love fest compared to what they would unleash on McCain. McCain referred to Asians as Gooks back in the 2000 campaign. I think he was referring to the Vietnamese and the LSM sniffed that he had no reason to love the Vietnamese. Again, once he had the nomination, no such presumption would exist. Any chance to suggest he was less discriminating than that would be seized. As would the suggestion that perhaps he had a right to hate communists, but what did race have to do with it, blah, blah, blah. Then they would doubtless find someone willing to recall him referring to the little bargirls as LBFMsPBR while drunk and on liberty in the Po. Young men fueled on San Miguel and just off a combat stint say and do a lot of stupid things. Every goofy, racially tinged, misogynistic thing he ever said will come oozing back to the front fucking page of the New Yorks Slimes.

    I honor McCain’s service, especially the willingness to transfer to a new Squadron to stay in the action. On the other hand, if he was like most tac-jet aviators he was totally convinced he was invulnerable and the fact that he wasn’t was only obvious as he dangled in his chute. But that is head and shoulders above JFnK who high tailed it out the war zone before the scab on his last Purple-Heart winning ding had fallen off.

  30. Ogrrre Comment by Ogrrre UNITED STATES

    The United States Government has egregiously violated the Constitution on numerous occasions. All of the marxist-socialist “Entitlement” programs violate the Constitution, particularly the 10th amendment. One could even argue the “entitlement” programs violate the 4th amendment. The government has repeatedly violated the letter and the spirit of the second amendment. The draft up through Viet Nam violated the fifteenth amendment. Plainly put, the federal government has materially breached its contract with the citizens of this country, making that contract voidable.
    As for the military joining in a citizen led rebellion against the government, that would be nice, but it’s a fantasy. Look up the Whiskey Rebellion. That happened during the administration of George Washington. And, then, after WW 1, when veterans marched on Washington, demanding the bonus that Washinton had promised them, the President called out the military to break up the demonstration. They were none too gentle about it when they did it. The officers in charge of the head busting? They were Dwight Eisenhower, George S. Patton, and Douglas MacArthur. Not unless the senior commanders were a part of the uprising would the military join to rein in the federal government.

  31. LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech Comment by LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech

    but I know that I’d be AWOL, with my weapons, and I suspect that I wouldn’t have had a problem finding company.

    ..And if your kit didn’t make it intact,, ‘probably wouldn’t be too long ‘for ya ran into one of us private sector parti-zahn folks, always happy to scrounge up whatever you lack.

  32. The Major, Volatile Agent Exemplar Comment by The Major, Volatile Agent Exemplar UNITED STATES

    Comment by Emperor Misha I

    …but I know that I’d be AWOL, with my weapons, and I suspect that I wouldn’t have had a problem finding company.

    You wouldn’t have… my buds and I would have been right there with you. :em69:

    Now, here is the REALLY disturbing part: Just how many kids these days are being taught anything about citizenship? Well, beyond recycling and saving the rain forest? How many kids actually know what Posse Comitatus is? Why it is important? The left has a vested interest in dismantling primary education. An uneducated, poorly informed public is EASY to manipulate (see T. Jefferson - Founding Father). This has a HUGE impact on our military when it comes to individual servicemen and women being able to discern what constitutes a lawful or unlawful order. How does one know what is “Constitutional” or not if they have no earthly idea what the Constitution really is (other than something created by evil white men to exclude and oppress everyone else) and what it means. Misha, I fear that precious few would know when it was time, and their patriotic duty, to leave empty uniforms in an abandoned dorm.

    Could Civil War v2.0 be fought and won? That depends on how many in the Armed Forces would be willing to fire on the “Rebels.” I seriously doubt you would find officers willing to carry out orders to use nuclear weapons, or any other type of aerial assault, on the Rebels, especially if they are fighting against a radical Hitlary or Obamalamadingdong regime - cause you know how those two just LOVE the folks in the armed services. :em93: I believe it could be done, but the real question is: when will the long-suffering producers in this country finally decide they’ve had enough. Will it be before or after the number of voting producers are outnumbered by the voting parasites? The answer to that question determines whether the fight will be primarily political, or outright armed insurrection.

    If the left wants to find out the answer quickly, try to confiscate our guns. :em96:

  33. thepresenceusmc Comment by thepresenceusmc UNITED STATES

    Have fun!

  34. thepresenceusmc Comment by thepresenceusmc UNITED STATES

    More photos from the front lines of “Operation Primary Freedom.”

  35. deMontjoie Comment by deMontjoie UNITED STATES

    “Empire” by O.C. Card details this scenario in a somewhat plausible manner:

    http://www.amazon.co.....0765316110

    Frighteningly plausible, given that our nation is becoming more of a Democracy and less of a Republic every day.

    Pray to G-d that we do not end-up actively fighting our “enemies, domestic” — for it would be certain that our “enemies, foreign” would not be sitting on their hands during the time of our internal turmoil.

    All the more reason to do whatever we can do to PEACEFULLY, intelligently, and effectively exercise our voting rights in the current electoral cycle. Otherwise we may be forced to exercise our 2nd Amendment rights shortly thereafter — and despite any heroic fantasies that anyone might have, a civil war would be horrible and ugly for us ALL.

    P.S. As bad as the sleaziest Hillary ward-heeler or most loony Kucinich-partisan might be, they have far more in common with us philosophically, socially, psychologically, and morally/ethically, than do our overseas enemies. We cannot hope to reason with Islamic Jihadis or Red-Chinese Communists. And none of our domestic Democrats have ever been caught sawing off Americans’ heads with rusty knives. That’s reason to hope…

  36. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    but I know that I’d be AWOL, with my weapons, and I suspect that I wouldn’t have had a problem finding company.

    No Misha, you wouldn’t. Old fucks remembering how things used to be, sad knowing how they could have been, would have a fire in our belly and anger on our minds. Knowing young folks not having a clue what this country is truly about, thinking it all comes naturally, failing to realize the depravities human nature is capable of. The loss of family or friends would pull the stops out and engage the overrides. Nothing would be off the table. A man with nothing to lose becomes the most dangerous man of all. Like what the fuck would I have to live for without my country, family and friends? I make no mistake though, many angry libs remain little but destructive anarchists in disguise. I wouldn’t lose any sleep blowing those away. I would surmise one would have to keep their heads down, the lower part of their faces shut, the upper parts open. God willing it won’t come to that, but I would stash my guns as best I could, then know I would be in a world of shit if I used one to defend a worthy cause or person. Renegade soldiers enjoying this power trip would be well served to remember they have family stateside…….

  37. LC Rurik Comment by LC Rurik UNITED STATES

    Wild-Eyed Charlie and everybody else,

    Me too. If I was 30 years old again, I’d enjoy taking some of the garbage out. Now, I’m 50+ with a bad back, and exerting myself like that is out of the question.

    Yep, my situation too. I’m in too bad a shape to fight, but I’m not sure my memory will be good enough for me to remember that. So us olf farts will form the 101st Walker Assault Regiment. Or liberate some of those Walmart carts and go mechanized.

    A text to look for - Civil War Two, The Coming Breakuo of America by Thomas W. Chittum, American Eagle, Show Low, AZ, 1996. Good practical advice. Remember, you may find some unexpected allies and foes. Its OOP, so you may have to search for it.

    Me? I enjoy the most comforting of all Veterans Benefits - an adjusted outlook toward my own mortality.

    FIJFI :em12:

  38. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

    And none of our domestic Democrats have ever been caught sawing off Americans’ heads with rusty knives.

    Don’t believe for one second they aren’t thinking about it. Why do you think they are so enamored of Pisslam?
    They’ve been taking notes. If anything they’ll let their illegal Latin Brethren do the dirty work.

  39. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    And none of our domestic Democrats have ever been caught sawing off Americans’ heads with rusty knives.

    Might that not having something to do with the second amendment? The excuse islam, yet condemn Christianity and the Jews. And I believe every one of these God hating motherfuckers will hide behind those allegedly downtrodden losers as they coerce them to do their dirty work for them. No problem, bullets don’t discriminate.

  40. LC CiSSnarl5.7 Chariot Builder Comment by LC CiSSnarl5.7 Chariot Builder KUWAIT

    “Empire” by O.C. Card details this scenario in a somewhat plausible manner:

    Read it, interesting read…you can see the semblance, a radical far left, a billionaire pulling the strings…it was pretty uncanny how he tied it all together and made it mirror some of the same things that we have going on today.

  41. The Major, Volatile Agent Exemplar Comment by The Major, Volatile Agent Exemplar UNITED STATES

    deMontjoie - Some of our Founding Fathers forewarned us that something like this would happen. Jefferson expected it within a few decades of his time and suggested that reminding the government of who was really in charge would require the periodic spilling of “Patriot blood.” I’m am NOT advocating a Civil War, but I cannot help but see where things are going.

    The era that we are in now is NOT just a temporary swing to the left! We, as a nation, are on a collision course with a political “Event Horizon” that, once crossed, we cannot easily escape from. The government has been creating new entitlement programs, and expanding existing ones, at a crazy pace. Now we face nationalization of our entire health care industry and making millions of wetbacks into citizens! Couple this with a failing educational system and an increasing number of Americans who can’t find their asses without gubmint help (eg. N’awlins)… It will not be long before there are more voting takers than voting producers. The gubmint has been slowly gaining political invincibility through increasing dependency. This is an outright subversion of the political process, diminishing the power of our votes through creation of a ballooning dependent class. How can we compete with that?

    When we’ve been cheated past the point where we no longer have the political clout to turn things around, do we lay there and take it and let America slide into socialist hell, or do we go Jefferson? We may have to face this choice far sooner than we could ever imagine. :em98:

  42. LC Gunsniper Comment by LC Gunsniper UNITED STATES

    I’m am NOT advocating a Civil War, but I cannot help but see where things are going.

    Hell. At this point I ‘d support a military coup.

    (General Petraeus as Interim Military Governor of the United States of America ‘08′)

  43. The Southern Libertarian Comment by The Southern Libertarian UNITED STATES

    DJ ALLLEN

    I only wish I could be as lucid and bright at her age as she is.

    Actually I just hope I live that long period, 105 is a longt time to live.

  44. The Southern Libertarian Comment by The Southern Libertarian UNITED STATES

    USMCPresence

    Blah. I hate my choices if Dr. Paul loses. I wouldn’t vote for these other losers.

    Good to see I’m not the only one who thinks Ron Paul has some good ideas around here. Btw, did anyone here know that Ron Paul has gotten the most contribution from active duty military members.

  45. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

    Actually I just hope I live that long period, 105 is a longt time to live.

    From the way she acts, she could live another ten years easily. She just stopped driving last summer, only because her car finally quit on her. She shows no signs of slowing down at all.

    I love my Grandmother so much. She is my source for a lot of historical perspective. I could read about something in a book, or I can just talk to my grandmother, who lived through a lot of it.

    Btw, did anyone here know that Ron Paul has gotten the most contribution from active duty military members.

    We talked about that on the show the other day.

  46. Xystus Comment by Xystus UNITED STATES

    …the only Republican who promises to end the George Bush style of governing from and on behalf of a small, angry fringe.

    “Small, angry fringe?” If this describes Bushists, what would we call the faction supporting the Wicked Witch of the East?

    A text to look for - Civil War Two, The Coming Breakuo of America by Thomas W. Chittum, American Eagle, Show Low, AZ, 1996. Good practical advice. Remember, you may find some unexpected allies and foes. Its OOP, so you may have to search for it.

    I have a copy. Guess I need to bring it to the Rottfest.

    BTW I turn 51 next month, but I’m ready to fight if necessary, even if I have to pipe the enemy into submission!

    Also: It wasn’t only Jefferson who though along these lines. From Lincoln’s First Inaugural:

    This country, with its institutions, belongs to the people who inhabit it. Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their constitutional right of amending it, or their revolutionary right to dismember or overthrow it.

  47. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

    I just got done with a rather long post, and then deleted it. But you guys have already, in one way or another, said what I was ranting about. This is bullshit, just absolute bullshit. Why should we be having to think or speak this way? We know the answers. It is putting them into practice. If the real conservatives, the true bulk of this nation, would get off their dead asses and vote, maybe this can be solved sans violence. If not, we’ll have to pray for a quick coup by the military. How many of our leaders have probably thought this very thing? Or it will need to go CW2, and then what of those waiting for that little distraction in our national security? I say again, Commanders review your oath and act. It can be done very quickly, and fairly cleanly. Remove the traitors, and get this nation back.

  48. LC HOGHEAD V Comment by LC HOGHEAD V UNITED STATES

    Frank Rich sez:

    Not all Republicans are smart enough, however, to recognize the value of John McCain should Mrs. Clinton emerge as the nominee. He’s a bazooka aimed at most every rationale she’s offered for her candidacy.

    In a McCain vs. Billary race, the Democrats will sacrifice the most highly desired commodity by the entire electorate, change; the party will be mired in déjà 1990s all over again. Mrs. Clinton’s spiel about being “tested” by her “35 years of experience” won’t fly either. The moment she attempts it, Mr. McCain will run an ad about how he was being tested when those 35 years began, in 1973. It was that spring when he emerged from five-plus years of incarceration at the Hanoi Hilton while Billary was still bivouacked at Yale Law School. And can Mrs. Clinton presume to sell herself as best equipped to be commander in chief “on Day One” when opposing an actual commander and war hero? I don’t think so.

    Foreign policy issue No. 1, withdrawal from Iraq, should be a slam-dunk for any Democrat. Even the audience at Thursday’s G.O.P. debate in Boca Raton cheered Ron Paul’s antiwar sentiments. But Mrs. Clinton’s case is undermined by her record. She voted for the war, just as Mr. McCain did, in 2002 and was still defending it in February 2005, when she announced from the Green Zone that much of Iraq was “functioning quite well. ” Only in November 2005 did she express the serious misgivings long pervasive in her own party. When Mr. McCain accuses her of now advocating “surrender” out of political expediency, her flip-flopping will back him up.

    Billary can’t even run against the vast right-wing conspiracy if Mr. McCain is the opponent. Rush Limbaugh and Tom DeLay hate Mr. McCain as much as they hate the Clintons. And they hate him for the same reasons Mr. McCain wins over independents and occasional Democrats: his sporadic (and often mild) departures from conservative orthodoxy on immigration and campaign finance reform, torture, tax cuts, climate change and the godliness of Pat Robertson. Since Mr. McCain doesn’t kick reporters like dogs, as the Clintons do, he will no doubt continue to enjoy an advantage, however unfair, with the press pack on the Straight Talk Express.

    Even so, Mr. McCain hasn’t yet won a clear majority of Republican voters in any G.O.P. contest. He’s depended on the kindness of independent voters. Tuesday’s Florida primary, which is open exclusively to Republicans, is his crucial test. If he fails, his party remains in chaos and Mitt Romney could still inherit the earth.

    That would be a miracle for the Democrats, but they can hardly count on it. If Mr. Obama has not met an unexpected Waterloo in South Carolina — this column went to press before Saturday’s vote — the party needs him to stop whining about the Clintons’ attacks, regain his wit and return to playing offense. Unlike Mrs. Clinton, he would unambiguously represent change in a race with any Republican. If he vanquishes Billary, he’ll have an even stronger argument to take into battle against a warrior like Mr. McCain.

  49. LC HOGHEAD V Comment by LC HOGHEAD V UNITED STATES

    LIKE IT OR NOT, THESE WILL BE YOUR CHOICES

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  50. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC UNITED STATES

    A good and logical post LC HOGHEAD V, but I am going to fight McCain up to the last moment.

    I trust his word as much as Bill Clinton’s, he will stab me in the back. I know it, you know it.

    He’s “anti-amnesty”, but has already called me a racist because I would like to know who in this country and why.

    He wrote a bill to take away my 1st Amendment rights, maybe he didn’t mean it that way, but he sponsored it and pushed it, and look what it did. He is there to write laws that work, not just look good on paper. Telling me I’m illegal because I write some rant on my piddly blog site, which isn’t to change the outcome of the election, but that was what the law tried to impose on us.

    Thompson’s out, so I’m going to have to back Romney as long as I can. At least I have no proof he will abandon me mid-stream. Questions, sure, he is a politician.

  51. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Yeah, it sure sounds like a shit sandwich :em72: for us conservative types. You can dress it up any way you like it but it’s still distasteful. McCain did nothing to help my dad, a fellow POE, get his Veterans bennies. I do not like his assault on the first amendment, now I find myself gazing with suspicion on hiis incarceration in the Hanoi Hilton, or whereever it was. Hillary is a menace to freedom loving peoples everywhere, despite the brainless prattle of her femininist supporters. Thank God my wife isn’t like that, and you can sure bet she has a mind of her own……and shoots pretty decent too. :em93:

  52. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Fuck! It’s startin’ to rain again, the wind doing about thirty, and building. I need to build a fucking arc. Now to go find the fucking cat…

  53. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

    Caveman, i saw you guys getting NAILED last night… a huge yellow blob that lingered over you.

    Hey, what are they doing at the intersection of 152 and that road that goes to Hollister? They seem to be trying to widen some areas, but the area from 101 to that junction is private so i don’t see how it could be widened.

  54. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Yes, we got hammered last night, actually for the last week. I dive the F-150 to work, afraid I’d get blown off the road in the Hyundai, not to mention groud clearance. We sandbagged the store in Gilroy. Now as for one of the most infamours intersections in the state, the one fifty two, one fifty six interchange. I drive it twice a day, and yes, I’ve seen westbound traffic backed up five miles past Casa to the bottom of the Hill. They are building a flyover ramp from one fifty two eastbound to go over one fifty six southbound, in the past a left turn. Hence the horrendous backups both ways, especially on Friday evenings. The only route to Yosemite. The part of one fifty-two you describe as private will remain two lanes save for passing lanes. That takes me to Gilroy. Or I can hang a left and go towards Hollister, then down Shore Road to twenty-five and one oh one north. I come home tha

  55. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC UNITED STATES

    They seem to be trying to widen some areas, but the area from 101 to that junction is private so i don’t see how it could be widened.

    With the new SCOTUS ruling why would you impose emanate domain on something as trivial as mass transit…where’s the tax benefit in that?

    I’m not for or against them taking the land (at market value) if it is really needed, that is up to the people living there and they will have to deal with it.

    When they put a whole freeway through the valley I live in back in ‘71, a lot of people I knew got booted. In the long run, the supposedly “going to be little used freeway for the rich folk up on the hillside” is now a major commuter nightmare.

  56. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    t way. One fity-six comes from the south. Opps. Sorry, hit the wrong key. I’ve got my .45 disassembled on my desk cleaning it. What else do you do in the rain? Clean guns. Yes, it sucks the big banana big time!

  57. LC HOGHEAD V Comment by LC HOGHEAD V UNITED STATES

    Although Id still vote for him over Her Theighness, heres what some fellow Viet Vets think about John. Its well worth a look

    http://www.vietnamve.....anding.htm

  58. LC HOGHEAD V Comment by LC HOGHEAD V UNITED STATES

    I guess the New Yawk Slimes doesnt remember this…………………

    The Keating Five (or Keating Five Scandal) refers to a Congressional scandal related to the collapse of most of the Savings and Loan institutions in the United States in the late 1980s.

    Following the deregulation of the banking industry in the 1980s, savings and loan associations (also known as thrifts) were given the flexibility to invest their depositors’ funds in commercial real estate. (Previously, they had been restricted to investing in residential real estate.) Many savings and loan associations began making risky investments. As a result, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, the federal agency that regulates the industry, tried to clamp down on the trend. In so doing, however, the FHLBB clashed with the Reagan administration, whose policy was deregulation of many industries, including the thrift industry. The administration declined to submit budgets to Congress that would request more funding for the FHLBB’s regulatory efforts.

    In 1989, the Lincoln Savings and Loan Association of Irvine, Calif., collapsed. Lincoln’s chairman, Charles H. Keating Jr., was faulted for the thrift’s failure. Keating, however, told the House Banking Committee that the FHLBB and its former chief Edwin J. Gray were pursuing a vendetta against him. Gray testified that several U.S. senators had approached him and requested that he ease off on the Lincoln investigation. It came out that these senators had been beneficiaries of $1.3 million (collective total) in campaign contributions from Keating.This allegation set off a series of investigations by the California government, the United States Department of Justice, and the Senate Ethics Committee. The ethics committee’s investigation focused on five senators: Alan Cranston (D-CA); Dennis DeConcini (D-AZ); John Glenn (D-OH); John McCain (R-AZ); and Donald W. Riegle, Jr. (D-MI), who became known as the Keating Five.

  59. SoCalOilMan, LC Comment by SoCalOilMan, LC UNITED STATES

    I guess the New Yawk Slimes doesnt remember this…………………

    I do! In order to keep some Floriduh S&L going, the Feds talk the bank that employed my wife to but it out…no penalties assessed under the new structure. So, Glendale Federal (5th largest in California) took the deal. Two years later the gov’t decided they needed the money and reneged on the deal.

    My wife got laid off due to the fines that weren’t going to be imposed. Starting the long spiral of bad luck I’ve had the joy to deal with.

    Interesting times.

    I still have same account, but after three ownership changes, I’m with Citibank.

    Kinda like the AT&T bust up.

  60. LC HOGHEAD V Comment by LC HOGHEAD V UNITED STATES

    ON the other hand, heres McCains story…I doubt I could have survived what he did..

    http://www.azcentral.....pter3.html

  61. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Pat Buchanans take……

  62. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Link

  63. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952 UNITED STATES

    Ate my link….dammit!

    [No it didn't, brother. You just forgot to add some actual text for the link, which I fixed for ya -- Emp. M.]

  64. thepresenceusmc Comment by thepresenceusmc UNITED STATES

    #44 Southern Libertarian:

    Good to see I’m not the only one who thinks Ron Paul has some good ideas around here. Btw, did anyone here know that Ron Paul has gotten the most contribution from active duty military members.

    No, you’re not the only one. There are two of us, now. :em98: It’s alright. I just pity the poor souls who are preparing to vote for one of the other four, then will be complaining for the next fours years about lack of conservative principles. Sometimes, I just want to scream and start frothing at the mouth over the ironies unfolding in realtime, but this is just the natural outworking of brainwashing the right into desperation, where they equate “R” victory with the victory of conservatism.

    In this election, the battle lines are drawn crystal clear: If you vote for Huckster, McCain, Romney, or Rudy, you’ve turned your back on conservatism in your love affair with the GOP. There’s no excuse for ignoring Paul except that letting the MSM or the GOP/Dem hegemony make up your mind for you is easier than looking into the facts for yourself. The right has gotten lazy since Clinton, assuming that truth was permanently ensconced in the GOP leadership and that “easy victory” was the most important thing.

    If you care, do your research. If the GOP nominates one of the other four candidates, it deserves the ignominy and failure it will enjoy in the name of “electability” and “appealing to moderates.” Trading domestic socialism for a War in Iraq doesn’t let you off the hook for giving the petty Maoists of the “new tone” GOP the keys to the nation. Enough said.

  65. L C hilljohnny Comment by L C hilljohnny UNITED STATES

    HOGHEAD at #49. if your going to try and compete with B.C. please link and post spew warning. the way those two were looking at each other gave me the creeping shudders. :em38: