Friday, September 05, 2014

I no longer argue with liberals.

They are the same people who have placed us in the mess we are in because of their ignorance and voting patterns that supported their confederacy of fools. We are at war and they talk about avoiding war. Their timidity and cowardice has placed us in the cross-hairs of the cockroaches of this earth, Islamic Radicals. ISIS and a dozen other names

You don't negotiate with cockroaches, you kill them, eradicate them, exterminate them. Yes these people have souls, some will come to Jesus.. but first fear must be their portion. Most of us came to Jesus when we are in a place of pain and fear. It's not intellectual. It's positional. Slicing the heads from innocent men women and children doesn't put fear in a cockroach... seeing your fellows dropping dead because a better military is coming against you or being blown to micro-bits will bring you to recognition of your mortality (fear).

We must not allow an incompetent administration nor blind insipid liberal mentality (see MSNBC) to slide us further into the perdition than we already are. WE ARE AT WAR.. even if you don't recognize it.

Thursday, September 04, 2014

Barney is Dead

“The problem then is that the militarization of the police is only a symptom of the larger disease: public servants re-conceiving themselves as public masters who do not need to follow the laws they pass and aren’t accountable to the people who elect them. I guess we can expect to see Nancy Pelosi in a SWAT suit right soon!” Andrew Klaven

Actually goose fat is the best. But using lard is superior to any kind of corn oil

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I need me one of these

Systemic Timidity

They rushed the guards and employees. Not a shot was fired. Do we have a systemic timidity now because of Mike Wilson Darren Wilson? Just asking.
Dozens of juveniles escaped a Tennessee detention center Monday, authorities said, with many of the teens still on the run.|By ABC News


19 Signs You’re Doing Better than You Think

Even in uncertain times, it’s always important to keep things in perspective.

True wealth is the ability to fully experience life.
- Henry David Thoreau

You are alive.
You are able to see the sunrise and the sunset.
You are able to hear birds sing and waves crash.
You can walk outside and feel the breeze through your hair and the sun’s warmth on your skin.
You have tasted the sweetness of chocolate cake.
You didn’t go to sleep hungry last night.
You awoke this morning with a roof over your head.
You had a choice of what clothes to wear.
You haven’t feared for your life today.
You have overcome some considerable obstacles, and you have learned and survived.
You often worry about what you’re going to do with your life – your career, your family, the next step, etc. – which means you have ambition, passion, drive, and the freedom to make your own decisions.
You live in a country that protects your basic human rights and civil liberties.
You are reasonably strong and healthy – if you got sick today, you could recover.
You have a friend or relative who misses you and looks forward to your next visit.
You have someone with whom to reminisce about ‘the good old days.’
You have access to clean drinking water.
You have access to medical care.
You have access to the Internet.
You can read.
The truth is, you’re doing better than a lot of people in this world. So remember to be grateful for all the things you do have.


I have to agree with Ed. When I heard the word MANAGE ISIS it is like managing the cockroach infestation of a house. When we moved into an apartment after first moving to IL the cockroaches were everywhere. Thick. We didn't Manage them. We killed them. Exterminated them. Eradicated them. Cleansed our house off them. Took away and cleaned up anything that might invite them to return. Made our house a cockroach free zone. It was work. It required diligence. For as long as we lived there, if we even had a HINT of a cockroach we attacked again. You don't MANAGE cockroaches. You kill them. Maybe President Obama never had cockroaches. Maybe he doesn't know what it takes.
President Obama wants to manage ISIS. That's is one of his most asinine statement he has ever made. How do you manage someone that wants to destroy you. His statement shows that again he's not equipped or suitable to lead such a great nation like the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. It seems like no one in his weak pathetic administration has an answer, let alone a clue. Just from what we have being seeing , does it look like they can be managed with words or insignificant bombing campaigns. Obama is the biggest threat to the American people

Sunday, August 31, 2014

From Instapundit

Let’s accept, arguendo, that the outgoing DIA chief is right, and that we are now in an era of danger similar to the mid-1930s. How did we get here? It’s worth looking back into the mists of time — an entire year, to Labor Day weekend 2013. What had not happened then? It’s quite a list, actually: the Chinese ADIZ, the Russian annexation of Crimea, the rise of ISIS, the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the fall of Mosul, the end of Hungarian liberal democracy, the Central American refugee crisis, the Egyptian-UAE attacks on Libya, the extermination of Iraqi Christians, the Yazidi genocide, the scramble to revise NATO’s eastern-frontier defenses, the Kristallnacht-style pogroms in European cities, the reemergence of mainstream anti-Semitism, the third (or fourth, perhaps) American war in Iraq, racial riots in middle America, et cetera and ad nauseam.
All that was in the future just one year ago.

What is happening now is basically America’s version of “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The President of the United States — supported to an exceptional extent by an electorate both uncomprehending and untrusting of the outside world — is Clarence the Angel, and he’s showing us what the world would be like if we’d never been born, Unsurprisingly, Bedford Falls is now Pottersville, and it’s a terrible place. Unfortunately we do not get to revert to the tolerable if modest status quo at the end of the lesson: George Bailey will eventually have to shell the town and retake it street by street from Old Man Potter’s Spetsnaz.

But the larger point here is not what’s happening, because what’s happening is obvious. Things are falling apart. The point is how fast it’s come. It takes the blood and labor of generations to build a general peace, and that peace is sustained by two pillars: a common moral vision, and force majeure. We spent a quarter-century chipping away at the latter, and finally discarded the former, and now that peace is gone. All this was the work of decades.

Look back, again, to Labor Day weekend 2013, and understand one thing: its undoing was the work of mere months.

How it really is