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  • Kafiroon

    “O” the perfect example of those who would remove guns from everyone except the guns that guard them.

  • EagleRising

    Perhaps he can contact his pal Gov McAuliffe for some help…then again maybe he has the same problem.

  • JTC

    So that’s what those crocodile tears were for, straight into the camera, so sad, wiping them away…SNIFF!

    Kids? What kids, this is all about ME!

    • H_B

      I saw that and immediately wondered if “Boehner Syndrome” was transmissible.

      Then I very quickly stopped thinking about it…

      • RegT

        Yes, it _is_ transmissible – the same was AIDS is. So O probably _has_ contracted it, directly from his BFF, Boehner.

    • Lon Mead

      Actually, I was wanting to have someone check the podium for an onion.

      • B Woodman

        On the fingertip that he was using to wipe his eye BEFORE he was “crying”.

    • John D. Egbert

      An Oscar-worthy example of method acting. Lee Strasburg(sp?) would be so proud . . .

  • Spin Drift

    “There’s no crying in politics.” Is acting like a tyrant cause for Articles?

    Spin
    Cowboy Up
    Molon Labe
    War Damn Eagle

  • Sol

    It’s typical of the breed to believe his scheme would have “prevented Sandy Hook” when the real owner of the weapon(s) bought them legally – only, unfortunately, to give access to her aggressive, retarded (verified by professionals) son who then stole them and killed her.

  • Malatrope

    Hah. I only wish.

  • KenH

    Wouldn’t surprise
    Would YOU take a bullet for Boingo the Weeper?
    Nuh-uh

    • Kafiroon

      Good question. Is “honor and your word” good enough to take the bullet for someone who disdains you?

  • interventor

    Secret Service has degenerated like their boss. Praetorian Guard did the same under degenerate Emperors.

  • JTC

    Chris, made an ammo order today from a vendor in Texas and shared your site info with him; DBD is in his words “awesome!”. Suggested he do an ad on your site and he’s checking it out. Just spreadin’ the love. 😉

    Anybody needing bulk CCI .22 this is your guy, Buzz Walton on gunbroker.

    • Browncoat

      Cool! Just don’t tell’um Zed teaches the kids to reload.

      • JTC

        Which is why even though the guy stocks/ships bulk centerfire also, I keyed on non-reloadable .22…it is the choice of preppers everywhere which is probably why it has become more spendy and scarce, most especially the excellent CCI. I bought 3K rounds for resale to like-minded ones, but I’ll stack a brick with my own substantial stash also. I’ll buy more next month.

  • B Woodman

    As someone else pointed out, what about Shitcago? Toughest gun laws in the nation, no gun shops within the city limits (maybe I’m thinking of Sham Fran), any yet,. .. .and yet. . . . latest weekend I heard news about, 50 shot and killed, 80 more shot and injured. AND WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN!!!! MY G-D, THE CHILDREN!!!!

    Not one peep or glance out of O’Bozo. Hypocrisy much?

  • B Woodman

    The Emperor has no clothes? Pfffftt. . . anyone with more than one brain cell to rub together could see for the past eight years that the Emperor has NEVER had ANY clothes. It’s just the LIV (Low Info Voter) sheeple that have been blinkered into cheering for the naked Emperor.

    As we used to say in Korea when we’d go off base to tour the bars, “PUT IT ON!! PUT IT ON!!”

    • Joel

      It also is the will-fully blinded that can’t see it.

    • interventor

      I stayed out of the Hero bars in Korea.

  • Iconoclast

    If the gov’t employees had principles, they wouldn’t serve, much less protect, the likes of slick willie & Øbongo. There are other ways to serve the nation and feed the family. DoJ, IRS, etc., are now all politicized weapons, bureaucratic &/or armed shock troops beholden to these maggots. If things should hit the fan, they would need to decide where their loyalties lie – with the Constitution or against it.

  • eon

    Jimmy Carter had his sweater and “national malaise”. And he also came into office telling his AG “I want to ban guns and abolish the Second Amendment. Figure out how to do it, NOW”.

    I would point out that Carter tried to “manage” the Iran hostage situation by trying to appease the Ayatollah- then ordered a “rescue mission” that was so poorly planned (No sand filters on helo engine intakes?), and had so many “break points” at which he, personally, could abort it if he had a sudden attack of karma deflation, that here was no chance of success to begin with. (One of the planners knew they would fail when he was told by Carter to not use lethal force against the guards at all, period- “just knock them out”.)

    Forty years later, we see another Carter style fool trying the same thing all over again.

    The One is only different from Carter in one way, but it is critical. He makes no secret of his loathing of the West generally, and America in particular.

    It says a great deal about how badly we have lost our way that he was elected to the highest office in the land by a bit more than half of the voters. Even Carter didn’t do that well.

    clear ether

    eon

    • JTC

      What is known as Jimmah’s malaise speech never included that quote, rather it was “crisis of confidence”, and never have truer words been spoken. I remember it well; I so much wanted to have my confidence inspired and encouraged, but instead was given a sermon of self-blame, self-deprecation, an exhortation to reduce desires and expectations and ambition; to just love and forgive and acquiesce. My brother and I, then in our twenties, looked at each other afterward with a sense of bewilderment, disappointment, and abandonment.

      That day, that speech, delivered me and millions more into the arms of Ronald Reagan, months before the election that saved the world, that time.

      I don’t know why the exchange between Benson and Quayle always come to my mind when I contemplate our choices for a new national CEO, especially when one of them conjures up Reagan or compares himself to him…but it goes something like this in my mind:

      “I knew Ronald Reagan; Ronald Reagan was a friend of mine, an inspiration to me and to America…Mr. (insert ANY current candidate here)…you are no Ronald Reagan.”

      Sigh.

      • B Woodman

        At least Jimmah served in the Navy and had a degree in something.
        O’Bozo, meh, not so much.

        • All that that demonstrates is that the rot in the DoD started long ago. Can you think of any circumstances, knowing him as we do now, that ANYONE would give him a boomer to command?

        • John D. Egbert

          He was a nuke — probably the only mistake ADM Rickover ever made when personally picking his personnel.

    • H_B

      I don’t know that he did do that well, so much as I honestly believe the two hollow suits that were put up against him uninspiringly did that badly.

      • JTC

        *Exactly.*

        A man that knew that a free Republic doesn’t need a leader, just a manager with the unwavering belief in and strength of his convictions. RR BELIEVED that it was “morning in America”, that its best days were ahead, that it would regain and retain its dominant role in military might, economic strength, and leadership by example. He never wavered, and imbued in Americans the confidence (see “crisis of” above) that led to the most prosperous decade of the 20th century…for which Brother Bill took full credit of course but Ronnie didn’t even care about that, just that America was strong again.

        Right now there’s nobody on the stage who understands that; DT says the right things and never backs down, TC has belief, knowledge, experience, and debating skill, that’s all good, but both see themselves as saviors and leaders rather than inspirational managers who see and will set and stay the right course, letting the republic, or what is left of it, to regrow and rebuild, and retake a dominant position in the world. They’re the best we’ve got and they’ve got my vote unless they fuck it up in the coming months. But I repeat, neither is a Ronald Reagan, nor is any on view anywhere in the world at this moment in time. God bless them and us though, and help us through the difficult and trying times ahead.

  • JTC

    Yikes. Could it be that bitchboy is smarter and more conniving that we give him credit for, using tears and meaningless “executive orders” as a diversion from this:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bb6pvjEWSxI

  • I joined the military under Richard Nixon, served under Gerald Ford, Jimmah Peanut (Dear God was that bad), Ronaldus Magnus, Shrub I, and retired two years into Slick Willie. All I wanted to do when I retired from that was to go home, clean my gear, and make sure I had enough ammo stocks. Then came Newt, and things got rather Reaganesque once more. Remember this: If CONgress has some balls, POTUS has no choice. If the SS remembered their OATH, that last panel would be true.

  • Grape

    Obummer has no balls, no tits either. He is neither nor; therefore needs no support.

  • Bill G

    The left seems to be getting desperate in stretching for their long-desired ‘Permanent Democrat Majority’.
    I think they fear that their loss of a monopoly on the news to the new media combined with the increasing number of Voter I.D. laws they cannot block judicially loom in their minds as a preference cascade the size of a tidal wave about to sweep them away.

    • H_B

      Their self-reassuring (deluding) idea that “a new record has been set for gun sales each of the last seven years, but those sales are going to a miniscule and shrinking minority of actual gun owners” has to be wearing thin too.

  • Pamela

    I need mind bleach. The skinny little freak has never had clothes.
    He’s sashaying around like a fashion model in next seasons line, while the announcer is commenting on the lack of bumps or unsightly bulges.

    The Secret Service thought it was bad under slick Willy. It must be a bleedin’ slasher movie with BabyO. His tenure in the chair has been demoralizing and a disaster. Whoever gets voted in (not the bitchbeast or berner) needs to scan everything for bugs left behind.

  • AlexJ

    Bless the Secret Service! They’ve been working at a frenetic pace to keep up with constant threats for the last 8 years. Continuous Ops = Burn-out.

    Has anyone thought about the end-game for gun grabbers? The best answer I come up with is a Massive Police State. Afterall if the only ones who have guns are criminals, there needs to he a load of cops on every corner – right?

    • H_B

      Fail if they try it. Approximately 800,000 police officers in the US. Somewhere north of 80 million gun owners. And the would-be overlords are none too popular with the rank-and-file in Blue these days.

  • nonncom

    “That would be a bastard hope”….those who see the emperor has no clothes are outnumbered by those who refuse to see….I tasted just the slightest bit of vomit in the back of my throat seeing the crocodile tears of dear leader….

  • Otto Didact

    Those capable of perceiving “The One’s” lack of attire did so before the ’08 election. The rest never will.

  • bill3542

    this POS needs led out of the white house in chains… a treasonous muslim who is enemies domestic.

  • B Woodman

    “. . . the last straw”.
    Too bad it didn’t break Teh One’s back and send “him” into a coma. Then “he” wouldn’t be a martyr figure. And I think I could tolerate a little comedy relief with Crazy Drunk Hairplug Shotgun Unkle Joe as Preezy for the last year.

  • Duncan Winn

    He can replace them with the EPA agents that he has armed.

  • Pamela

    Never understood why a grown man, well maybe a shadow puppet of a grown man, would want to run around bare beamed and buck nekkid without anything to show.
    Kind of like Peter the Pan jumping through the air sprinkling magic faerie dust screaming “Believe” .

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