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  • Pete231

    Hope he don’t get wrote up for litterin’ and creatin’ a nuisance…..

    • President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

      The feral hogs will clean up the “trash”.

    • S'aaruuk

      As long as the judge don’t see the 27, 8 x 10 color glossy photographs with the circles ‘n’ arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one. :-p

  • epador

    Ben Hur last movie, tonight Spartacus.

    Preparing for fall of Rome.

    • interventor

      At the end of the Roman republic, triumvirate took over Pompey, Crassus and Caesar. Neither they, nor Rome came to a good end. We seem to have a triumvirate consisting of Lizard Queen Pelosi, Oleaginous Schumer and Courtesan Harris.

  • James/G

    Biden-Harris are losing support, as are the rest of the DNC/PLD leadership, if you ken what to look for. The other day, Biden was bragging about the number of people vaccinated, like it was all his doing, but plenty of people know that no one would have received any shots at all without President Trump pushing for an accelerated development program.

    The surge of illegals? All on Biden-Harris, as are the masive loss of long-term jobs, such as the Keystone pipeline and rebuilding power and transportation infrastructure contracts they canceled. All of those moves and more are costing them every day.

    Halley and JTC and a few others keep arguing that we won’t win because the DNC/PLD will keep cheating, so why bother? I say we prevent their cheating. Sign up to work at the polls and be an official vote counter/observer. Campaign for election reforms and to purge the rolls in your district. And push hard for anyone caught tampering with election results to get the maximum punishment.

    • JTC

      “Hate can have no safe harbor in America.”

      So said the Biden pod in Atlanta yesterday.

      Except of course for the deep hatred in their black evil hearts (I would say souls but there ain’t nary’n there) and plan for control and destruction of all that is not gem and does not bow to them.

      You run for school board and keep a watch on the polling stations while they eat your lunch and then kill you when it’s gone.

      The civil separation that I would prefer will not be allowed. The uncivil war that will come will be terrible. But not so terrible as servitude.

      Some have wondered how the military will figure in. That is up to them, and I posit that since the seats of political power are illegally occupied then a military coup of the current coup is justified and warranted. Which of course is why the commie forces are so busily stuffing the ranks of generals and civvie bosses. But we will see what the actual American Patriots in leadership roles and rank and file warriors of the military choose, notwithstanding the pussification of it, when the call goes out and they see the real agenda of the enemy within and without, that their Oath requires them to defend from and destroy. Yes there is the question of deployment of WMD’s. Have to see which side gets control of that, or as I commented on the question yesterday, whether they get used up in the war. STILL beats servitude.

    • > Campaign for election reforms
      Campaign, as in “collect signatures under a letter asking them to not cheat”, or campaign, as in “convince people to vote on it”?
      And how the latter is substantially different from any other «the spare key is right here, in this safe» variant of catch-22?

    • Kafiroon

      Let’s see, I sort of remember poll watchers forced to stay far away from the actual counting. Wasn’t there videos of them outside the room where the counting was and the “insiders” taping up cardboard so the “watchers” could not even see in? Seem to recall even more blatant examples of fraud and weren’t there even watchers thrown out by police or denied entrance?
      I do not think that is going to work.

  • Kafiroon

    Just asking for a friend.
    If you are not allowed to legally shoot someone for stealing your car, are you legally allowed to shoot someone for setting your residence on fire?

    • S'aaruuk

      Not sure about Texas, but in Florida, if the residence is occupied, ie, ANYONE is inside, that is attempted murder by arson of an occupied dwelling and is a violent felony that deadly force may be used to prevent.

    • John M.

      If you’re in the residence, they’re endangering your life so self-defense is justified. Are they stealing your car out of the driveway, or carjacking you and threatening your life in the process?

  • PChaos

    Blinken was beat like a drum in Alaska. Putin laughed and dismissed being called a killer. Keystone dead for now and Red states suing. Even Blue leaders in Texas are saying, “No mas.” Things are unraveling in a bad way. When the sharks smell blood they attack. There be a lot of blood flowing.

  • Shield Wall

    Lets start a rumor that the illegals are polling as republican voters. If we are successful the completed wall will be 100 feet high and electrified with sniper posts every thousand yards.

    • John

      Better still, suddenly voter ID will become as hard to legally obtain and possess as firearms, with fingerprint _and_ photo requirements to boot. I know it can be done. My GA driver’s license had my photo and a digitized code of my fingerprint to confirm the picture was me just for that purpose and I got it decades ago.
      Only 1.5 million signatures were required to force a recall vote for Gavin Newsom. They got over 2 million just to be safe. But Governor Newsom is a Democrat in the People’s Democratic Socialist Republic of California so I have my doubts about how many of those signatures will be “verified” in a state that otherwise allows bogus voting.

    • Berlin Wall 2.0? Needs more tank barriers, stakes (against pole vaulting), patrol of dogs chained to rail, and so forth.

  • JTC

    James/G and a few others just don’t seem to grok that chaos and destruction are not a bug but a feature of the commie plan…and the pod they call Biden is just a placeholder allowing and helping it happen.

    The time for polling reform was about a year ago. What? You say there were almost constant cases and investigations and proof out the ass of rampant theft, cheating, and total commie control of the entire voting process but no one cared?

    Exactly. Keep going after them on that while they laugh their asses off…But do remember what they say about doing the same thing over and over again expecting and hoping you will finally get a different result before you and yours are dead.

    But maybe insanity is it’s own gentle escape from the reality planned for us.

    The coup is complete and supported by every branch that would be the path of justice had the real forces not planned every aspect of their asymmetric war so well. The old republic is dead.

    Time’s Up! CRA Now!

  • JTC

    Completely irrelevant to this discussion ( and isn’t every aspect of normal life now virtually irrelevant?), I’m sitting by the pool drinking coffee and just heard the fireworks and the sound of an angry swarm of bees as the infamous 12 Hours of Sebring race commences at the old military base cum racetrack that lies 6 miles away.

    Don’t mean to stir painful memories Chris, but I sure wish we could take back five or so years so you and your Dad could come down for the race again and I could have accessed some old LEO favors to get some great backstage passes and meet’n greets, but that pleasure like so many others is gone…but not forgotten.

    • He’s there, in spirit.

      • JTC

        Yes sir I think so, with you right beside him.

        Yesterday was 28 years ago that I lost my Dad and I miss him still. Like you I believe with all my heart and soul that they are watching and waiting with God to be with us again, one way or another. And that right there instills an amazing peace and serenity in spite of everything.

        • Kafiroon

          Dad and us kids even until we were adults went to Road America for all the events. Ahh, CanAm, TransAm some open wheel races. My younger brother running A Sedan was the last he watched.
          Would love to come to Sebring for an IMSA race, but that is going to have to wait awhile.

          • John D. Egbert

            BW and I worked Emergency Services with SCCA (home track Summit Point, WVA) 1989 til physical health forced retirement.

            Worked Pocono, Road Atlanta, “Longest Day” at Moroso (’95).
            Fun times pulling the breakdowns off the track/out of the boonies with out ’83 Ranger. Never had to hand one off.

            Ah, memories . . .

          • @Kafiroon, let’s plan on it Brother…

            If the Good Lord’s willing and the shit don’t rise no more, I will try to keep the old motorhome alive and reserve a good spot for next year, might even still be able to get some cop swag,

            You and NotYet and Chris are welcome and if others like Punta Gorda and ? are interested that would be great…you in?

        • WayneM

          My dad passed on January 1st, 2021; age 83 of what appears to have been an abdominal aortic aneurysm. He was a force of nature who never stopped. In fact, he spent most of Dec 31st tinkering in his shop. Needless to say, a shock for all of us.

          Due to over-the-top covid-19 measures, I was prevented from attending the funeral. In fact, all of the family from outside of the province were barred from attending. The cruelty of our elected & non-elected officials is without measure.

          • Swansonic

            And their obliviousness to it all. I take solace with my family that is near me, my family that is around the US of A and my family here at DBD.

            Peace, Love and Hugs to all.

    • PaulS

      Lost Dad in Jan 2012 and Mom in May 2019. The only source of pain for me is that they have to see what’s happening now, but I thank God they are not here to experience it. Perhaps they will hear me and turn away as I ask, but that’s not a parents way.

      • PaulS, that is a tragically excellent point.

        Dad’s been gone all these many, but we lost Mom about the same time as yours, just a few days after Mother’s Day 2019.

        I miss her but unlike my Dad who was barely 65, she was 86 and never well again after a bad fall two years before, and spent her last year in a nursing home…been thanking God every day since that he took her Home before all of this horrible shit which would have killed her of a broken heart and confused mind if she were kept away from our visits, especially my sister’s daily ones.

        I know God has a plan and they say everything happens for a reason. Sometimes, especially recently, I struggle mightily to figure out what the hell it is and what the hell He wants from me. But I know exactly what His plan was in taking Mama Home with Him when He did, and I am forever and eternally grateful to Him for it.

        • Swansonic

          I believe that we are where God wants us to be but we mostly will not know the why of it. Sometimes we do and it is an awesome feeling to know it; most other times we wonder at they why.

  • caved1ver01

    But napalm sticks to kids…

  • Capn Jack

    The last scene of Fail Safe comes to mind…

  • Halley

    A Rising Sunset, maybe?

  • “…[T]he low, red glare to southward when the raided coast-towns burn….”

  • Punta Gorda

    “Whup-whup” would be more characteristic of a UH-1 derived chassis like the AB 212. That appears to be one of those high rpm birds like they use for life-flight.

    • eon

      Schweizer S300, the modern-day version of the Hughes 269 aka TH-55 Osage.

      Two-seater that sounds like an angry lawnmower.

      clear ether

      eon

      • Punta Gorda

        I bow to your greater knowledge… and agree with the lawnmower description 😀

    • Aero ambo that passes over my house skimming treetops enroute from our town 100 miles to Tampa has a lot more Whooosh! than Whup! Owing to the big turbine and four blade prop of their fleet of Bell 407’s I guess.

    • eon

      Here it is without the Twir link;

      http://genocidewatch.net/genocide-2/8-stages-of-genocide/

      Today, the U.S. is about at Stage 7 (Preparation) although the cultural destruction of Stage 9 (Extermination) is already in progress.

      The speed with which it has evolved in the U.S. seems unbelievable, until you consider that the “background’ movements of socialist political radicalism in the guise of “liberalism” (dating to the 1930s), anti-civilization primitivism (beginning with first the “UFO contactee” movement of the 1950s and then the “environmental” movement of the 1970s), and finally the Gramscian “long march through the academies” of leftists in academia (dating to the 1960s) have been around for most of a century.

      We’re just seeing the confluence of the three coming together like tributaries to a river.

      clear ether

      eon

      • Said confluence being sped along mightily by the rising tide of the Preference Cascade and Trumpism that threatened to relegate all those years of preparation to being a total washout.

        The result of that headlong rush to their promised land before all the preps were in place is that they have guaranteed their own demise as they pursue ours.

        Some even here would counsel waiting and hoping for that self-destruction, and that we can ensure theirs before ours by using the broken/stolen tools of democracy, instead of actively and if need be
        violently seizing back what is ours…thereby preserving peace and domestic tranquility. Talk about your Pyrrhic victories. Fuck that.

        Time’s Up! CRA Now!

    • John M.

      We’ve glossed over Stage 7 (but maybe the government hasn’t) and we’re starting to see Stage 8.

  • Pete231

    Want to stop the flow at the border ? Instead of putting up fences, start laying in massive fire ant mounds from the Gulf to the Pacific. Lots cheaper and more fun to watch on close circuit tv. Very organic for all you root huggers out there, also. They don’t discriminate and they clean up after themselves following dinner. Alabama could make a fortune exporting the little red beasties to our border friends. Results guaranteed…….

    • Fox2!

      Florida has a few billion they could share and donate to the cause.

      • John D. Egbert

        Feral hogs in the Southwest . . .

        • Crotalus

          Instead of killing rattlesnakes, Texans ought to be breeding them, and salting the border with them!

      • Punta Gorda

        Gawd ain’t it the truth!

      • John M.

        Several problems – 1) how well do Fire Ants survive in a Desert Environment? 2) How do you find and collect them, package them, and ship them? 3) How do you contain them? This is important, as they would be considered an invasive species.

        • S'aaruuk

          Then just exactly what the hell do you call what’s at our southern borders NOW???

        • Punta Gorda

          Well, they first arrived in Mobile Alabama on an infested load of bananas.

        • Punta Gorda

          I imagine “crop dusting” infiltrators with a cloud of them would he a good deterrent… that is, of those that don’t suffer anaphylaxis…

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