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  • Delilah T

    Judas Priest! Why does this not surprise me!?!

    • nonncom

      I’ve wondered for a long time who was behind the obvious sabotage coming from the leadership of the senate….if it weren’t probably true, it’d be funny…

  • Harold H.

    Thirty pieces of silver sure beats two little bits of lead in the forehead. Some Dems might pay, some Dems slay…. look at history.

  • Peregrine John

    Dayum. That’s gonna leave a mark.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Apply the 14th Amendment.

    As written not one of the Mexicans who has been born here to illegally present invaders would likely pass the standards in Wong vs USA (1898) US Supreme Court. Nor would most others from other nations whose parents were present here illegally when they were born.

    Almost assuredly none of the Chinese born here to mothers on Maternity vacations would pass the subject to the jurisdiction of the United States requirements of the 14th Amendment either.

    Nor would anyone be legally a citizen who came here and follows Sharia.
    The 1952 McCarran Walters Act. Chapter 2. Section 212 is the prohibition of entry to the US if the alien belongs to an organization seeking to overthrow the government of the United States by force, violence,or other unconstitutional means.

    The asymmetric armies sent by many fall into that law, as well as also being rejected under Wong vs USA (1898) US Supreme Court. All members of the Ummah as defined by Sharia seek to overthrow all other governments as invalid, and only recognize Sharia as the only valid government possible on Earth.
    The laws and decisions and right to apply them exist. They only need the application of the laws by those who are supposed to apply them.
    Enough for now.

    All the internet commenters shut up within two days and disappeared from the internet. And the massed demonstrations with masses of waving Mexican flags stopped after I said similar to this in the comments of the LA Times. They understood what I had explained the US Supreme Court had decided. DACA activists cried on You Tube that ‘”They” wanted to deport not only them, but their little brothers and sisters born here, too.’ It returns as I am a person of no consequence and the State does not turn on just facts. Hence President Trump saying it had words of more power than li’l ole me.

    Most everyne I have discussed this with agrees that just having a child on USA soil should not give that child citizenship in the USA. That is what the 14th Amendment also says, and was intended to do when written.

    It is traditional for the Uniparty to screw the people, all of us. And to also screw those tools that they no longer have any use for.

    Tradition also calls for enforcing the 14th Amendment as written. Then discussing what to do with all of the non citizens, including a past Speaker of the California Senate, I believe.

  • formwiz

    That should be Ryan, not McConnell.

    • Punta Gorda

      There’s a difference?

    • WayneM

      Puh-tay-toe, po-tah-toe…

      • DeeKayT

        Yeah. Puh-tay-toe(s)
        I-da-Ho(s)

    • Jim

      I was thinking the two of them should be splitting the thirty pieces of silver. Perhaps – unfortunately, and much to my surprise – in a three- way with Sessions.

      • interventor

        Tradition says that Judas gave the silver to the Temple. Not wishing to mix blood money with the rest of the temple treasury, the priests bought land for a Potter’s field.

      • Delilah T

        Judas hanged himself from a redbud tree.

        • interventor

          Probably buried in that potter’s field.

  • interventor

    Taters and maters, amongst many where I come from. OK, the Cherokee say po-ta-to and to-ma-to. As to the rest of the family, I forget the Yiddish pronunciation.

    • Too Tall

      Intervention the word you are looking for is “nosh,” as in any portion of food smaller than a sofa cushion.

      • Too Tall

        Interventor not intervention. I was a pretty good speller before someone invented spell check.

    • PaulS

      I’ve got the hard cover, which is too expensive to read, the soft cover which is lent to a friend, and a heavily modified pdf (had to bump up the font for kindle use) that I am reading once again and it’s as good as it was on all other passes. Much like Vince Flynn’s Term Limits, I never get tired of it.

      • It is a superb read, isn’t it?

    • TomZ.

      Something that is fun is to put real names to descriptions.

  • JTC

    Harold up there has it right, he should be glad it isn’t Hillz making the payoff with a double-tap of her favorite metal of exchange.

    Of course he’s still not safe from that; he might know a few things she’d rather he not put in his book, so her Arkanciders will probably catch up with him, turn that stiff into an actual stiff…and then steal his silver to add to her mountain of blood money.

    • John

      Now all you have to do is convince the SPLC of that.
      Fat Chance

  • kadaka

    So perhaps they’ll confiscate the weapon one is found in, like confiscating a car with illegal drugs inside.

    NJ Doesn’t Say How It Will Enforce Magazine Confiscation After Court Upholds Law

    New Jersey law enforcement officials refused to say on Thursday how they planned to go about enforcing the state’s ban on the possession of any magazine capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition, which goes into effect on Monday.

    Neither the state police nor the attorney general’s office elaborated on how they plan to enforce the law. Nor did they provide any guidance for those currently in possession of the magazines.

  • JTC

    My comment on that at gunnie blog SaysUncle…

    They won’t come and take them. The intent is to instantly create thousands of felons and the resultant gov control over them, and you can’t run away…

    “…results in the loss of gun rights nationwide. This is a felony-equivalent.”

    The mags (and the imminent bumpfire ban) are a pretext to apply felony status and remove many of your rights and gives carte blanche to popo for access, search, seizure and arrest. It is a very dangerous backdoor approach to control of your guns and your ass.

    • Like Rick Scott’s signing up FL for a red flag law where government now decides if you’re fit to keep your guns or not.

      • JTC

        Yes, and his bumpfire ban way in advance of the fedgov one.
        His package of gun control (also adding age 21 requirement for shotgun/rifle purchase) is the reason I didn’t really care if he got the senate slot or it stayed with No-show Nelson.

        • Chris Muir

          Yup.

    • kadaka

      They’re making shotguns now with multiple tube magazines, hold 28 Minishells. When will they make rifles taking multiple 10-rd mags?

  • Halley

    Never tell your enemies your gameplan.
    Methinks Donald’s enemies still have no clue what’s going to hit them…

    • John

      We can only hope.

  • JTC

    DT is well aware of the leftism of the 9th and I’m sure there is a plan for that in the shorter term…absolutely a case could be made for a change of venue/jurisdiction.

    Yes SCOTUS is the final destination, ideally minus the late RBG, but there’s no time to wait, these illegal San Francisco judgments for illegal immigration can overwhelm us before 2020 and then it’s all over. New AG might can make happen fast.

  • Kafiroon

    30 Pieces of Silver?
    Dang, I thought they were All doing it for free!

    • John

      Considering what that much silver is worth these days it _might_ by him lunch.

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