I posted my answer to FCKH8′s idiotic reasoning behind using 8 year-old “princesses” dropping ef bombs in order to gain attention for their “cause.”
According to a letter from a lawyer for the State of North Carolina to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), a speaker at a recent NAACP conference in North Carolina urged audience members to mislead the NAACP’s own members into believing they do not need to register to vote in advance, or that they do not need to vote at their assigned polling place. Why? The letter alleges: To create confusion and animosity during the upcoming mid-term elections in North Carolina, and to use the evidence of that confusion in the ongoing litigation between Eric Holder’s Justice Department and North Carolina and to show that North Carolina’s election integrity laws are discriminatory. From the letter: Full Story
After discovering that a local father who brings his two girls to elementary school every morning conceal carries a handgun, a concerned parent posted a sign in her yard with the permit holder’s picture in protest.
The permit holder, Matthew Halleck, is a past president of the school’s PTSA and former candidate for the Rochester, Minnesota, school board. The sign that bears his picture beside a caption that reads, “This man carries a loaded gun around your children every day.”
CNN reporter Sarah Sidener’s on air stand up in Ferguson, Missouri was disrupted on Monday night when supporters of Michael Brown surrounded Sidener and her cameraman and demanded that they leave the area. The video at Ferguson, shot by Bassem Masri a local activist, includes Masri and others accusing CNN of lying about the Michael Brown case and supporting “Zionists.”
HIS RANT CAN BE READ HERE
Michael Sam will not be playing football for the Dallas Cowboys. He was cut from the practice squad.
It has to be that he’s being discriminated against because he’s gay. He probably could bring a Super Bowl to a team. Teams just don’t want a great player because they hate gays.
Today we got a glimpse of what a Ron Paul presiduncy would look like. He’s in complete agreement with Obama that a travel ban from a world hotspot plagued with a virus that causes almost certain death is unnecessary.
What’s his reasoning?
People are dying of the flu here while there has been only one ebola death.
Does this make any sense whatsoever to anyone who lives outside the rubber room? It’s as if he’s saying, “c’mon, give ebola a chance.”
This “doctor” seems to be unaware of how ebola can exponentially spread into an uncontrollable pandemic given the right circumstances. And one of those circumstances is allowing people to travel to and from the area currently out of control.
What is the upside to allowing people in and out of the petri dish? Obama and his sycophants mumbled something about needing to prop up the ebola hotspot economy so the epidemic doesn’t get worse. This is sort of like how you need to frequent the deli with a Board of Health violation glued to the door because it’s beneficial to you that the entire area do well economically. If not, all the delis will have health violations. Cuckoooo.
Former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) appeared to split with his own son, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), dismissing calls for a ban on travel to Ebola-stricken nations as “politically motivated.”
“Right now I would say a travel ban is politically motivated more than something done for medical purposes,” Paul said in an interview with former Rep. J.D. Hayworth (R-Ariz.) Monday on Newsmax TV.
He noted that there had been a single Ebola death in the U.S., pointing out that the flu had a much higher death toll.
What’s this “brother” crap, by the way?
What if a white president openly communicated with white people that they were in an exclusive club whose unspoken rule was that they’d treat white people in an exclusive and privileged way?
Isn’t saying “my brother” a form of “black privilege”? Isn’t this saying you have each other’s back simply because you have the same color skin?
No matter what the whiny left says about whites, white privilege simply doesn’t exist. I can prove it.
Let me say this in as clear a way as I can - I do not have white leftist’s backs. In fact, the reverse is true. If a bus was barreling down on a leftist, I just might develop a sudden case of laryngitis, depending on my mood that day.
If a black brother (and by black brother I mean a fellow conservative that happens to be black) was in a similar circumstance I would do everything I could to see that the bus does not hit him.
Lefties, you couldn’t be more wrong about this white privilege malarky.
See OBAMA being a racist HERE
You know, the kind your DEMOCRAT grandaddy used to participate in. If you’re from a republican family you might call a democrat to tell you how to make the noose.
KAY HAGAN FLIER WARNS OF REPUBLICAN LYNCHINGS IF SHE DOESN’T WIN
I put his name in the title so when he goes ego-surfing he’ll find this post.
This guy spent a long time writing thousands of words (none of them big) to make the point that the TEAPARTYBOOSHFOXRIGHTWINGNOISEMACHINE is racist.
You don’t have to read his scribbling. Here’s a picture he chose to illustrate the TEAPARTYBOOSHFOXRIGHTWING’s racism-
Isn’t the racism just dripping off this pic?
Hey Frank, you dum-dum, please come here and defend your asinine charge that this picture (author unknown) is racist. Stay on point and don’t digress, speckling everyone’s shirt within your 15 foot froth radius, with tangential crap. Explain how this picture is racist. That’s it. Simple.
We will all be here, patiently waiting, in order to hear the prolix ravings of a lunatic.
Decent fake, but it’s fake. If you look carefully you can see some telltale signs that it’s been digitally manipulated.
ht/ Moe Tom
It was a great one. Aurelius saw a Craig’s List ad placed by a Seattle socialist group that’s been pushing hard for a $20 an hour minimum wage (20 bucks an hour for a drop-out pushing a broom… in the wrong direction) but only willing to pay their potential new employee (with a laundry list of high-skilled duties) $13 an hour.
I may only be qualified to push a broom (in the wrong direction) but I could immediately see this was a great story. Now it’s everywhere, and I really don’t see Pundit Press getting their due. Furthermore, now there is an update to the story (the group is stammering and stuttering with a weak reason for their hypocrisy) and the story is that much more ubiquitous, and Pundit Press is a distant memory. That’s not right.
Equally as important to the story of the hypocritical socialist is how a conservative blogger’s work ends up on the “elite” conservative blogs and there isn’t one word about The Pundit Press. To be fair, one biggie, The Daily Caller, identified The Pundit Press as the blog who broke the story. But they did it in a “hat tip” after their post, stuck in the bowels of the story’s sediment. A hat tip is reserved for a person that directs you to a story on another blog. It’s not appropriate, nor enough, after lifting the story from the blog who broke it. You put the link in the BODY of the story, up top. My mother taught me that one. This is how other blogs pick it up and, understandably and innocently, omit the person responsible for it all.
I’ve laid low lately on this issue because I don’t think the majority of people want to hear about how “conservatives suck too.” But many of us do. I’ve had run-ins with people who take the step to strip off your credits and then tell you with a straight face that they haven’t done anything wrong. If they can do that, not linking a story breaker is a walk in the park. Oh well / rant off.
Pundit Press, you done good.
The Utah Department of Public Safety is now investigating an incident of grave concern where the Utah National Guard’s 19th Special Forces Group allowed a group of bikini-clad British models into its Draper compound and gave them access to their equipment so the women could shoot their 2015 “Hot Shots” calendar.
ht/ Pogosticks- pogosgang.com
The below calendar picture, however, would prompt no such investigation: (I can’t even post this on the front page. I find it revolting.)