Friday, June 17, 2016

Link O'rama.. Keeping Tabs On Things......

Compiled and submitted by AFOI
** The denial reaches pathological levels.
** Quote: "Ironic that a guy who was sent to a Japanese Internment Camp by a Democrat Government "for his own protection," now totally trusts the Government* to take away his right to self-defense. Again, it's
for his own
protection."  >> Setting phasers on MORON.  More:
** And a great quote from this:

Founding Father Tench Coxe perhaps put it best in the Pennsylvania Gazette on Feb. 20, 1788.

"Congress have no power to disarm the militia. Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birthright of an American. The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either
the federal or state
governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people."
** Scratch a Democrat, find a tyrant.
** PERFECT image and quote from Tammy Bruce.  


** The WaPo on Trump banning its reporters.  This morning, listening to a radio show on the commute, they noted that Obama banned LOTS of news outlets.  But... "D" vs. "R".
** The LONG MARCH through the cultural institutions proceeds.
** Bring this up to a LBGT Hellary supporter.  Watch the head explode.
** This could be good if it happens - get popcorn.
** I'll help them pack!!
** Sleep tight!
** THIS... THIS... THIS is a LEADER.  No wonder Obama hates him.
** Aid and comfort.
** Court rulings are for the peasants...
** The no-fly list.  Like the cockroach motel; you can get put on it, but never leave it.

1 comment:

  1. Do not forget that the very same government that sent Japanese people in America to internment camps so they would aid the Japanese ALSO sent Americans to fight and die all over the Pacific and Asia. While one could argue that the treatment of the Japanese in this instance was not right it was certainly less harmful/deadly than the treatment of innocent American citizens who were tasked to save us and the world from Japanese aggression.


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