Saturday, September 30, 2017


Horsin' Aroung On Caturday.....

When My President… I Didn’t Take a Knee.

When My President… I Didn’t Take a Knee –

This is a good one to share:

When my president lied to me and claimed 4 of my comrades were murdered because of a video insulting Muslims…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president shipped pallets of cash to my sworn enemy…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president failed to identify Muslims as terrorists and Islam as an enemy of the state…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president claimed that a man who tried to kill another man who lawfully defended himself could be his son…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president defended a thug who bum rushed law enforcement…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president ordered businesses to spend unnecessary funds to appease a minority of people who need mental intervention far more than they need their own toilet…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president ordered that words ‘one nation under God’ be removed from the pledge of allegiance…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president lied to me and said I could keep my doctors and my premiums would go down…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president spent my tax dollars in foreign lands to interfere in their elections…I didn’t take a knee.

While my president sat by passively and enabled ISIS to emerge as a stronger force dedicated to spreading Islamic ideals by committing murder, rape and torture…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president allowed dictators and murderers to violate his red lines and continue to murder women and children with chemical gas…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president chastised law enforcement for their actions but ignored the violence in our streets…I didn’t take a knee.

When my president identified the weather as the greatest threat to America’s safety while Muslims worldwide are murdering innocent people…I didn’t take a knee.

While my president’s insistence that pacifism and reform in numerous areas of the globe would bring peace but instead led to the strengthening of those that seek to destroy us…I didn’t take a knee.

When the election of my president broke barriers never thought possible in America ended up being the high point of his eight years in office…I didn’t take a knee.

 When my President told a foreign minister to bide his time because, “After my next election I will have more flexibility,”... I didn’t take a knee.

 After my president sold guns to Mexican drug lords... I did not take a knee.

In all that time I never disrespected our Country, our Armed Forces and Veterans, or our Nation. I remained vigilant.

I didn’t take a knee. I got a new President.

#maga. (Unknown Author)

Shared from IOTWReport and Politopinion

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Subliminal Lunch Suggestion....

The Leading Cause Of Teenage Afflictions Such as Blindness, Acne and Hairy Palms Has Passed....

If you hadn't heard by now.. here is the FOXNEWS story


Why should the NFL only have hot women has cheerleaders? Maybe they need more diversity?

Use their own tactics against them.....

( Squawker ) Hot on the heels of one users efforts to make a secret “Normie Redpilling” site under the guise of the NFL Boycott. A story you can read more about here. Now 4chans infamous Politically Incorrect board is taking things even further. Launching a full scale campaign aimed at pressuring the NFL to draw a clear line in the sand of just how far done the Social Justice Warrior rabbit hole they really wish to go. Their tactic this time? Pressing the NFL to openly address their seemingly transphobic lack of trans cheerleaders.

The tactic originally was brought up in a discussion thread for the previously mentioned 4chan created site. When a user asked what other efforts could be made to bring the league to heel quicker, it was quickly agreed the best tactic was to get them attacked by both sides. With Conservatives already up in arms, the question soon became how best to trick the left into outrage as well. Given how easily modern Liberals are triggered these days, it wasn’t long until a plan was formed.

Now formally called Operation: TransLeader the effort has moved into high gear. With almost nonstop threads running over the last few days organizing the effort. For those interested in participating, here is a step by step guide. Which even includes the promise of free sexbots at the end as a reward for your hard work




Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Big Brother, Nanny State, ASS-achusetts and Applus Technologies.... What Do They Have Going On You Ask?

 Check out the new ASSachusetts vehicle inspection requirements.

There will be 4 cameras in the bay plus a personal camera the technician uses.


Massachusetts-based auto enthusiast forums and Facebook groups are abuzz with concerns about revisions to the state's vehicle inspection program that will take effect October 1. Although the laws regarding inspections remain unchanged, updates to inspection equipment will include five cameras in every bay to verify that no violations slide by with a sticker.

A Massachusetts Department of Transportation document outlines the upcoming changes. A new vendor, Applus Technologies, won the bid for a $29 million five-year contract to oversee the inspection program. One reason their bid was lowest is that inspection stations, rather than the state, will be expected to foot the $5,710 bill for new computer equipment, which includes the cameras, wireless equipment, robust tablets that can withstand an auto shop environment, two printers, and anti-fraud technology to make it more difficult to produce counterfeit stickers.

Applus Technologies is no stranger to Massachusetts vehicle inspection. The Boston Globe reports that this is the same company that managed emissions testing in the early 2000s that was found to be wildly inaccurate. In 2004, the state ordered Applus to replace all of its faulty equipment within nine months. Many were surprised to learn that Applus had regained the contract, and hope that reliability and accuracy issues do not return.


My first thought is, how is Applus connected to the lawmakers? Hmmmm..... 

I am so glad I left that shithole of a state.

Patiently Waiting For The Dog Toy Aisle........

Obamacare For Life.. According To Drudge...

 Stupidity. Of. The. American. Voter.

Subliminal Breakfast Suggestion.....

With a side of:

A Different Take On NFL Protests/Good Points

Borrowed from Chief Nose Wetter at It Ain't Holy Water

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

From "The Washington Pravda": Haters are going to hate! I hope the entire bunch of those sniveling RHINOS who are threatening to retire as reported in this propaganda piece do so ASAP

Hey Washington Post, still think "Big Luther" is going to win? Your credibility is about the same as the NFL and sinking faster than a submarine with screen door!

The stunning defeat of President Trump’s chosen Senate candidate in Alabama on Tuesday amounted to a political lightning strike — setting the stage for a worsening Republican civil war that could have profound effects on next year’s midterm elections and undermine Trump’s clout with his core voters.
The GOP primary victory by conservative firebrand Roy Moore over Sen. Luther Strange could also produce a stampede of Republican retirements in the coming months and an energized swarm of challengers.
It marked yet another humiliation for the Washington-based Republican establishment, particularly Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), whose allies pumped millions of dollars into the race to prop up Strange and reassure his colleagues that they could survive the Trump era.
Moore’s win, however, also demonstrates the real political limitations of Trump, who endorsed “Big Luther” at McConnell’s urging and staged a rally for Strange in Huntsville, Ala., just days before the primary. The outcome is likely to further fray Trump’s ties to Republicans in Congress, many of whom now fear that even his endorsement cannot protect them from voter fury.
“People think about those things all the time up here,” said Sen. Richard C. Shelby (R-Ala.), referring to unease in elected Republican ranks. “A lot of them won’t be run out of town — they want to stay and fight for their beliefs. But they know Moore’s supporters will come after them anyway.”
President Trump speaks at a campaign rally for Sen. Luther Strange in Huntsville, Ala., Friday. Strange was defeated in the GOP primary Tuesday. (Aaron P. Bernstein/Reuters)
The tremors began before the polls closed in Alabama. Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), the chairman of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee, announced on Tuesday afternoon that he would not seek reelection in 2018, dogged by complaints from conservatives in his state over his criticism of Trump. A number of Corker’s potential primary rivals had already begun talks with wealthy donors.
“If you’re an incumbent, you have to assume the wind is against you,” said consultant Tom Ingram, a longtime Corker adviser. “If you do run, you take nothing for granted and leave nothing on the table. You start out with one big strike against you: You’re an incumbent Republican senator.”
For Democrats, the prospect of further retirements and revived GOP infighting has sparked talk of competing for Senate seats previously thought out of play. That is particularly true with candidates like Moore, long considered a fringe political figure who has, among other things, expressed doubts about whether former president Barack Obama was born in the United States and referred this month to “reds and yellows” in remarks on race. On the eve of the election, Moore, wearing a white cowboy hat and a black leather vest, pulled a handgun out of his pocket and flashed it at a rally.
“It’s almost as if there is a compulsion in the party to nominate the most ‘out there’ candidate just to show you can, with no concern about what that means for the rest of the party,” Sykes said. “Republicans — and that means Trump, too — have unleashed something they can’t control.”
Hard-line challengers to Senate Republicans seized on the fall of Strange, who had been boosted by Trump and millions in outside Republican spending, as a sign of how the clamor of anti-establishment forces like Breitbart News — chaired by former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon — could empower them, regardless of whether Trump rallies behind sitting senators.
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Bannon headlines rally for Roy Moore in Alabama runoff
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon spoke at a rally for Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore on Sept. 25. (Elyse Samuels/The Washington Post)
“People everywhere are outraged with the swamp, but there has been hesitation in some states among people who are thinking about it. They wondered whether these senators can be beat. This changes all of that,” said Danny Tarkanian, a GOP businessman running against Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.).
“I was with Bannon last night, talking it through, and what’s happened in Alabama increases the likelihood that I jump in,” said Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel (R), who is considering challenging Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), speaking Tuesday before polls closed. “It’s a race that has repercussions across the country.”
McDaniel, who nearly toppled Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.) in a messy 2014 primary election, added, “It’s an in­cred­ibly exciting time. I admire President Trump but people will reach their own conclusions. They’re going to vote against those who play the D.C. games. That means they’ll go against McConnell and against Roger Wicker, who is part of the established order.”
With Corker retiring, seven Senate Republicans are expected to run for reelection next year: Wicker, Heller, Jeff Flake (Ariz.), Ted Cruz (Texas), Deb Fischer (Neb.), Orrin G. Hatch (Utah) and John Barrasso (Wyo.).
For months, only three of them — Flake, Heller and Wicker — were widely seen as vulnerable to primary upsets. But in the wake of Alabama, GOP operatives are no longer ruling out an expanded map of targets for Bannon and his associates, such as former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, who stormed behind Moore’s candidacy to reassert her influence within the party.
“They try to say you’re off the reservation any time there’s a tough vote,” Shelby said.
Veteran Republican pollster David Winston, who works closely with party leaders, said that “given what Bannon has been doing, you could see how other primaries could be of value to him and his network. Alabama was their test case and Moore winning probably opens the door a bit in other places.”
Bannon seems ready to yank open that door, huddling in recent days with Republicans mulling primary campaigns. Tennessee state Sen. Mark Green, who had been considering a Corker challenge, was with Bannon in Alabama. The Mercer family — Bannon’s billionaire backers — have been in touch with these contenders as well and McDaniel said they have encouraged him to run.
When asked about rumors that the Mercers and other donors have pledged more than $1 million to McDaniel, he replied, “It may be more.”
“For Mitch McConnell and Ward Baker and Karl Rove and Steven Law, all the instruments that tried to destroy Judge Moore and his family, your day of reckoning is coming,” Bannon said Monday night at Moore’s election eve rally, listing the names of Republican operatives who are allied with McConnell and spent more than $10 million to boost Strange’s candidacy.
“They think you’re a pack of morons, they think you’re nothing but rubes, they have no interest at all in what you have to say, in what you have to think or what you want to do,” Bannon told the crowd.
Voting with Trump and donning a red cap emblazoned with “Make America Great Again,” as Strange did with Trump last week, may not stave off primary challengers who style themselves as GOP rebels.
“What we’ve noticed is that Trump voters aren’t necessarily looking for Trump, they’re looking for candidates who are outsiders like Trump and will lean toward people with that sort of background,” said Robert Cahaly, a Republican pollster whose firm surveyed the Alabama race. “Strange seems establishment, he’s not seen as disruptive at all, so he was at a disadvantage.”
Retirements among House Republicans could rise as well.
“More and more Republicans may say I don’t want the hassle from the activists on the left and the Trump Republicans on the right,” said GOP consultant and Trump critic Rick Wilson. “There’ll be more who say, ‘I’ll hang up my spurs.’ ”
Trump’s role in those 2018 primaries is yet to be determined, according to his confidants and White House officials.
“The president went into Alabama because of loyalty and political necessity,” said Christopher Ruddy, the chief executive of Newsmax Media and Trump’s friend. “When he’s faced with this kind of situation in the future, he’ll support his friends but the question is how far he goes. He may be a little careful.”
One of Trump’s first choices will be how much to get behind Moore, who GOP leaders fear could be a burden to Republican candidates nationally. At Trump’s Huntsville rally Friday — when he conceded he “might have made a mistake” in backing the incumbent — Trump vowed to “be here campaigning like hell” for Moore if he won, while acknowledging his limitations.
“Roy has a very good chance of not winning in the general election,” Trump said during the rally. “Roy is going to have a hard time, but I will be backing him if he wins.”
Next month, former vice president Joseph R. Biden will campaign in Alabama for Doug Jones, a former prosecutor whom Democrats believe could be competitive against Moore.
McConnell’s orbit dismissed suggestions late Tuesday that the Alabama result crippled his standing and instead chalked up Strange’s defeat to the party’s stalled efforts to pass legislation and local dynamics. Strange, a former state attorney general, was appointed earlier this year by a Republican governor who later resigned amid a sex scandal. Strange’s defeat came on the same day McConnell shelved the latest GOP health-care proposal.
“There is going to be a rush to overanalyze Alabama,” said Josh Holmes, McConnell’s former chief of staff. “McConnell showed he will go to war for Republican senators, come hell or high water. A lot of folks out there would have cut bait when an election turns but that’s not who McConnell is.”
And for both sides, it’s war.
“I fully anticipate a whole lot of people who had nothing to do with the result taking credit for Alabama,” Holmes said, mentioning Bannon and Breitbart News. “It’ll lead to more friendly fire in our party, which will make it tougher, not easier, to pass health care and taxes. What we need is cohesion.”

Candidate for U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore "Pulls His Smokewagon" And Makes It Clear That He Supports 2A


Good luck and Godspeed Judge! 

NFL: Opium For The Masses

The Navy Blue Angels perform a flyover concluding the opening ceremony of Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., Feb. 7, 2016. (Army Photo by Spc. Brandon C. Dyer)
Isaac DavisStaff Writer
“So long as they (the Proles) continued to work and breed, their other activities were without importance… Films, football, beer and above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.” ~ George Orwell, 1984
Few things in American culture exemplify the fractured status of the collective psyche quite like the popularity of the National Football League (NFL). The NFL has become a de facto symbol of American freedom, while in reality it performs the function of the Roman circus, keeping the distracted from the extortion and crimes of state.
The NFL is sponsored by major corporations and by the U.S. Armed Forces. The games played in multi-billion dollar subsidized stadiums have become patriotically charged events, where spectators conflate fighting for freedom with watching games for entertainment. Men are told to pick a team and go to war for that team. Fans of different teams are mortal enemies. Military planes conduct fly-bys overhead, and participants are apparently expected to stand for the national anthem.
The euphoria of football has political value. The sport is an important program of deflection and subjugation of the natural male will to protect community and to fight against foe if necessary. This natural drive is captured and projected onto the tightly controlled images of the league, its teams, and its players. Games are presented as life and death struggles, while real-life issues are downplayed in favor of this never-ending drama.
Author William Cooper talked about the importance of football and other major league sports in a society where men must be pacified in order for the government to continually abuse the populace. Cooper’s perspective is that such enormous investment in the sport as a national pastime serves to distract the people from important social issues, deflecting blame away from the oligarchy for it’s contributions in destroying real freedom. When men’s passions are levied on sport, they pay little attention to the workings of the state, and have no gumption to resist creeping tyranny.
“What does the emperor do when the people have become restive, and when the people are asking questions, or when the people don’t like the policies of the emperor? He sends them to the circus. He creates a circus. He builds a giant coliseum and he begins to throw the Christians to the lions, and he has great chariot races, and football games, and basketball games. All to keep the idiots preoccupied with things that don’t mean anything in the scheme of the entire world. So that they don’t have the time to learn what the truth is, so that they don’t ever get smart enough to learn how they’re being manipulated. So that they don’t ever question the emperor.” ~William Cooper
“When a hundred and fifty of the most powerful men and women in the world can meet in secret… to plot the fate of billions, and nobody even cares about it, but six football players go to lunch together, and it’s in the headlines across the country, you have a reflection of the society in which that exists. And it is a sick, sick society that is doomed to self-destruction.” ~William Coope
And now, as ‘take a knee‘ protests have swept the nation, the NFL’s image has just been shattered in a catch-22 of brainwashing and cognitive dissonance. What originally started as a statement against the very real and destructive issue of police brutality has become a hysteria-fueled social movement and front page news. People are destroying thousands of dollars worth of team branded merchandise to demonstrate that complaints against the state will not be tolerated.

Now, the president has even chimed in, adding fuel to the fire and doubling down on the notion that the National Football League is first and foremost a patriotic organization. In this country, and in this sport, the government is not to be criticized. Not for brutalizing the citizenry with out of control police, or anything else.

Final Thoughts

In a society as rigidly controlled by a monolithic, top-down, know-it-all organization like the state, the archetypal energy of the male is manageable only by suppressing man’s natural drive to protect his community. This is how the elite have controlled men since the days of the Roman Empire.
When President Eisenhower left office, he warned us that the U.S. was changing under the pressures of a new world, and that a military industrial complex had emerged which would pose a sincere menace to a free society. Fast forward almost 60 years and his words are quite prescient.
“Now this conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience. The total influence—economic, political, even spiritual—is felt in every city, every Statehouse, every office of the Federal government.

In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.” ~Dwight D. Eisenhower

Subliminal Lunch Suggestion....

♫♫ Childhood's End... Pink Floyd ♫♫

You shout in your sleep
Perhaps the price is just too steep
Is your conscious at rest
If once put to the test
You awake with a start
To just the beating of your heart
Just one man beneath the sky
Just two ears just two eyes

You set sail across the sea
Of long past thoughts and memories
Childhood's end your fantasies
Merge with harsh realities
And then as the sail is hoist
You find your eyes are growing moist
And all the fears never voiced
Say you have to make the final choice

Who are you and who am I
To say we know the reason why
Some are born some men die
Beneath one infinite sky
There'll be war there'll be peace
But everything one day will cease
All the iron turn to rust
All the proud men turn to dust
So all things time will mend
And so this song will end

Congratulations If You Remember This....

Must Be The French Section....

Monday, September 25, 2017

Trump labeled the MSM "fake news" during his campaign. The correct term is COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA

Compare the highlights of these four stories and how the media "uses" each one differently to fit their leftist design. After reading,  think on it for a while.

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This predominantly black church in Charleston, SC got shot up by deranged young white guy. Several people were killed and wounded. The MSM and every liberal mouthpiece jumps on board and demands Confederate flags and monuments across the country be taken down or removed immediately. It is still going on today.

This predominantly white church gets shot up by a Sudanese immigrant who is black and has posted pro-Islamic and militant black nationalist anti-white and anti-American rhetoric onto social media. The next day the story is hard to find even on FOX and Drudge. Compare this story to the South Carolina church shooting/Dillon Roof saga which was the lead off and headliner for two weeks and is still in the news even today partly because of his trial, but mainly for propaganda purposes. The Burnette Chapel Church of Christ shooting "reports" took forever to mention who the shooter was, the fact that he was black, from Sudan, etc. Had it not been for social media this story might have been classified as a "robbery gone bad". I almost forgot to mention that when the news crews showed up in the aftermath, that they were quick to interview the only black woman in attendance.

Then these overpaid players choose to kneel rather than stand during the playing of the National Anthem before NFL games in protest of the way some blacks have been treated by law enforcement officers in different parts of the country. I am all for free speech, a person's right to protest, etc., but most employers frown on this type of behavior and this is a direct violation of NFL rules which states all players will be on the field and standing during the singing/playing of the National Anthem. The President voices his opinion and the entire MSM goes apeshit crazy, spins his comments into bald face lies saying "Trump calls for boycott, Trump is racist, etc." The media embraces the behavior of these players with open arms and attacks anyone who disagrees with their position. 

A few years ago,  Tim Tebow humbly knelt to pray to Jesus Christ rather than doing the hoochie-coochie dance in the end-zone and the MSM ridiculed him as a kook, fanatic, etc., attacking him from every angle because of his faith. I guess Tim did not fit the National Felon League "role model" image of a rapist, drug-using-wife-beating-murder that the MSM so eagerly wants  middle class white  American Joe Six-Pack to embrace, idolize, cheer for, and worship.