Rant! My Kids!! Smart! List? Illegal Mayors!! What’sIn It? Texas?

My rant on Facebook for today..

If you support Obama (Buck Ofama) and his baby murdering, by his supporting abortion and authorizing drone strikes on civilians in the Middle East and Pakistan? You support his gun grabbing , Constitution shredding policies? His support of Illegal Aliens, supporting Terrorists in Libya, Egypt, Syria and Lord knows where else. If you do not feel Benghazi, Fast and Furious gun running to Mexican Drug Cartel were wrong and he should be held accountable. His failure on the economy and all the ‘stimulus’ dollars he has provided to failed and bankrupt ‘Green’ Industries. If you support him after that, plus the fact he is the worst damn thing that EVER happened to America. Then your guilty of aiding and abetting one treasonous bastard. (And he probably is, a bastard!) Plus the fact that no one really knows a damn thing about his background, since he sealed all his records..Why?..If you still support him. Then go away. unfriend me..As I find Buck Ofama one worthless shit.


My kids. Not yours you damn liberal! I will raise them as I see fit. I want no input from you.

SO you can take your bullshit elsewhere.


I have raised my sons and feel I have done right in spite of the attempts at Government indoctrination through a pointless public school system. I stepped on many toes, pissed a few off and would do the same with vengeance if I had to. If I am blessed with Grandchildren, I will try to do the same as my Sons let me.

But they are like me. Independent, strong willed, not afraid to say what they think.


And anti gun, not violence, anti gun goons.

What choices did she have?

Smart Woman Had A Gun, Fired a Shot and Burglars Fled

What? Piss herself?

Your effing idiots VPC and CAGV…

Idiots. Go after the tool not the problem…Yeah that works…


So a list huh? Deny me my Rights will you? To late assOs…

I will stand my ground…

‘Evangelicals could be put on watch list, denied guns’


This works!

Gun Owners Against Illegal Mayors

But they are against the eveel guns…Because some of them should or would have been shot for doing what they did!!


This sounds familiar!! Have we not been here before? Are these idiots not supposed to know what the hell they are voting for?  If they cannot take the time to figure it out..Replace them!!!

16 Senate Republicans: We Have to Pass the Gun Control Bill to Find Out What’s In It

Dems Try to Move Gun Bill Forward Without Allowing Senators to Read It


Huh? The next Kalifornistan?

Texas Democrat Tells Crowd That Total Gun Ban Is Coming Soon


Gun Stuff…Home Alone..War..Bump..Ban..

Home alone, with child, 3 intruders…She had a gun…What would the anti freedom/anti life crowd have had her do? Think of England??

Mother Home Alone with 6-Year Old Child Stops Three Burglars with Pistol


This would be a really stupid proposition for the Government. Go they realize how big and diverse America is? How many in rural America can be fairly self sufficient? Know how to use guns and know how to shoot them? How many grew up ‘using’ guns? How many know the lay of their land, their countryside? If it came to push, the shove back would be significant?

What the hell is this all about?

Government prepares for war with the people, and mass media approves


Ban Chicago style working. As well as Buck Ofama’s recovery ext Bullcrap..

Chicago reaches 40 homicides in January


Poll: Two-thirds of American voters with household guns would ‘defy’ gun laws

DAILY CALLER — As anti-gun lawmakers push for a government ban of more than 150 types of firearms, a new Fox News poll shows that two-thirds of American voters who have guns in their household would “defy” any law requiring them to give up the guns… (more)


Like the author states.full retard..Feinstein probably pissed herself also…Damn it would be a shame if politicians took the time to actually research stuff and read. Oh wait…we know how well that works!!

Feinstein saw a Slidefire stock ZOMG


He jokes about Benghazi!! What the heck kind of person is he??

Obama Cracks Joke When Asked About Four Dead Americans In Benghazi



Suppressor? Expensive! ATF Tax!! Cannot afford such things…Oh wait…


Clips or magazine…Learn the difference…Here..


Killer Fawn…

Facebook Sunday…

AllowedBack Bacon BanDemocrats BradyRanling BringCoffee Caution Cuts Disarming DonotBlame DoNotDeny DoNotWOrk Empty EmptyBrass Facts Gateway Giddy Gold HellOnEarth Hollycrites Hostile Hypocrite IfLiberals IsraeliTeachers Killer KnifeControl LastPerson Learning Letitbeso LikeKetchup Math Morally NoWeapons NowILay NowISee Odds OldSchool OneWOnders Orders Postman Racist Reasonable Riight SantaandaWhat SantoWeep Scholar Switzerland TimeFor ToAllCelebs Twice Typs WarOnWomen WeaponOfChoice WhatHave WhatWIllHappen WHores Worked so well

The media is still clamoring and making noise about the Connecticut shootings. They are trying to prove they are still relevant and failing, miserably.

This is poignant.


Morgan Freeman‘s brilliant take on what happened yesterday :

“You want to know why. This may sound cynical, but here’s why.

It’s because of the way the media reports it. Flip on the news and watch how we treat the Batman theater shooter and the Oregon mall shooter like celebrities. Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris are household names, but do you know the name of a single *victim* of Columbine? Disturbed
people who would otherwise just off themselves in their basements see the news and want to top it by doing something worse, and going out in a memorable way. Why a grade school? Why children? Because he’ll be remembered as a horrible monster, instead of a sad nobody.

CNN’s article says that if the body count “holds up”, this will rank as the second deadliest shooting behind Virginia Tech, as if statistics somehow make one shooting worse than another. Then they post a video interview of third-graders for all the details of what they saw and heard while the shootings were happening. Fox News has plastered the killer’s face on all their reports for hours. Any articles or news stories yet that focus on the victims and ignore the killer’s identity? None that I’ve seen yet. Because they don’t sell. So congratulations, sensationalist media, you’ve just lit the fire for someone to top this and knock off a day care center or a maternity ward next.

You can help by forgetting you ever read this man’s name, and remembering the name of at least one victim. You can help by donating to mental health research instead of pointing to gun control as the problem. You can help by turning off the news.”


67 Million..

Watched the Debate..Not me I was hanging out with a group of volunteer firefighters, training them in the fine arts of bleeding, shock, self care if wounded or injured..

But from watching more then a few clips…Obama showed he is in way over his head and has been since day one…Of his birth!!

the Patriot Post brings it here.

Obama’s Debate Debacle

“[T]here is a degree of depravity in mankind which requires a certain degree of circumspection and distrust.” –James Madison

Just keep looking down

If you were among the 67 million Americans who tuned in to Wednesday night’s presidential debate, you saw Barack Obama utterly outmatched by Mitt Romney in such dramatic fashion that Obama’s Leftmedia sycophants could only wail and gnash their teeth. The irony is that the media had a hand in his defeat.

Wall Street Journal columnist James Taranto several years ago devised a theory that the Leftmedia so pamper leftist politicians that they are unable to defend themselves when presented with a strong conservative argument from a determined opponent. Certainly we saw the “Taranto Principle” in effect Wednesday, as Obama could do little to deflect Romney’s rhetorical blows other than simply repeat his feeble demagoguery.

The debate began with the economy. Obama has a demonstrably abysmal record on this subject, so he had to start where he always starts — by blaming Bush: “[F]our years ago we went through the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.” Though he boasted about creating five million jobs over the last 30 months, he quickly skipped over his own term in office, saying, “[T]he question here tonight is not where we’ve been, but where we’re going.”

This left the perfect opening for one of Romney’s best zinger’s of the night. “I’m concerned,” Romney said, “that the path that we’re on has just been unsuccessful. The president has a view very similar to the view he had when he ran four years ago, that a bigger government, spending more, taxing more, regulating more — if you will, trickle-down government — would work.” After answering Romney’s charge by listing a few of the government programs he had or will set up — trickle-down government — Obama spent the rest of the evening smirking grimly and staring down at the podium, which was in stark contrast to Romney, who looked directly at Obama whether he was speaking or listening.

Moving to taxes, Obama accused Romney of planning a $5 trillion tax cut that we can’t “pay for” and that only benefits the wealthy. We were pleased to see Romney thoroughly debunk such nonsense and explain why his plan to cut tax rates by a further 20 percent across the board would lead to economic growth and, therefore, more tax revenue “by more people working, getting higher pay, paying more taxes. That’s how we get growth and how we balance the budget.”

Romney also reminded voters that Obama’s policies have squeezed the middle class, not helped them. Obama might call this “economic patriotism,” but as Romney noted, “Middle-income Americans have seen their income come down by $4,300. This is a tax in and of itself.” Meanwhile, prices for gasoline, electricity, food and health care costs are soaring. All told, as Joe Biden helpfully put it the other day, “[T]he middle class has been buried the last four years.”

Cue Obama looking down at the podium.

During the argument over taxes, Obama left one major question unanswered. If, as he says, “we should go back to the rates that we had when Bill Clinton was president, when we created 23 million new jobs,” why wasn’t that his economic prescription four years ago, or two years ago, when he and other Democrats agreed to keep the Bush tax rates for fear of hurting the economy if they raised taxes? Not only that, but they passed the payroll tax cut. Obama didn’t explain how raising taxes on small business owners now will help them create jobs when the economy is once again listing toward recession.

It was Romney who provided the answer. “[W]hy lower the rates?” he asked. “[B]ecause small business pays that individual rate; 54 percent of America’s workers work in businesses that are taxed not at the corporate tax rate but at the individual tax rate. And if we lower that rate, they will be able to hire more people.” Furthermore, regarding Obama’s claim that “under my plan, 97 percent of small businesses would not see their income taxes go up,” Romney replied, “[T]hose businesses that are in the [top] 3 percent of businesses happen to employ half of all the people who work in small business. Those are the businesses that employ one-quarter of all the workers in America. And [Obama's] plan is to take their tax rate from 35 percent to 40 percent.”

Cue Obama looking down at the podium again, clearly hoping that a teleprompter would somehow appear among his notes.

On health care, Romney is perhaps ironically the perfect candidate to oppose Obama because as Massachusetts governor, he signed into law a plan that provided the template for ObamaCare. After naming a few of the differences, however, Romney eventually hit the key point: “The federal government taking over health care for the entire nation and whisking aside the Tenth Amendment, which gives states the rights for these kinds of things, is not the course for America to have a stronger, more vibrant economy.” From a purely political standpoint, this makes it hard for Obama to reach voters in the middle with a message of Romney’s supposed extremism.

In his closing remarks, Romney laid out the choice before voters: “This is an important election and … I’m concerned about the direction America has been taking over the last four years. … I know this is bigger than an election about the two of us as individuals. It’s bigger than our respective parties. It’s an election about the course of America. What kind of America do you want to have for yourself and for your children? There are two very different paths that we began speaking about this evening, and … they lead in very different directions.”

We hope that Wednesday’s debate was an indication of which path will prevail.

What do you think?

Who the Hell is Bob Beckel?


Who the Hell is Bob Beckel? And what makes him relevant?

Originally posted on Twitchy:

In addition to a host of other crippling derangement syndromes, Fox News contributor Bob Beckel seems to have developed a rabid case of Blame Righty with regard to the deadly Sikh temple shooting. Who could’ve seen this coming?

On Monday’s edition of “The Five,” the increasingly repulsive Beckel insisted that the Wisconsin shooter was politically aligned with the Right because he was reportedly a neo-Nazi.

Authorities have not released information about the gunman’s motive. But like Geraldo Rivera and countless progressives, Beckel sees no reason to wait for the facts. We’re obviously looking at a politically-inspired right-wing hate crime. Y’know, because conservatives are all about hate.

Viewers of “The Five” immediately slammed Beckel’s irresponsible and unsubstantiated assumption.

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President Obama to Address Nation’s Schoolchildren on Tuesday, September 8

Action Alert!
President ObamaOn Tuesday, September 8th, most of America’s children begin another school year. President Obama has prepared a special lesson for them on the first day of school. Broadcasting live from the White House via the internet, the president will speak directly to classrooms across the nation. The federal Department of Education has prepared a special lesson plan to accompany the speech.The lesson plans are available for viewing at the Department of Education’s website. Some of the contents have education professionals and parents concerned (see Fox News story). One exercise in the lesson plan for elementary students asks students to write letters to themselves about what they can do to help the president. The letters would be returned to students at a later date “to make students accountable to their goals.” What goals? The president’s goals? Since content of the president’s speech has not yet been made public, it’s hard to say what the Education Department has in mind.

Before the live broadcast, the lesson plan for Jr. High and High School students calls for students to hear excerpts from Obama’s past speeches on education (political speeches) and then asked how they think Obama will inspire or challenge them.

A letter to school principals says the President will challenge students to work hard, set educational goals, and take responsibility for their learning. A laudable message and no apparent cause for concern, but the lesson plans prepared by the Department of Education suggest there may be more to the message.

The fight against political indoctrination in schools is nothing new. For example, just last year, some public schools played students a video called “,” wherein a number of celebrities pledge to take certain actions and to assist and support Barack Obama. It’s no wonder some parents and educators are concerned about how the president will use this unprecedented platform of a live broadcast to every classroom. To date, the contents of his presentation have not been made public.


1. As the new school year begins, this is an excellent opportunity for parents to talk to their kids about what to be on-guard for in school and how to tell when teachers may be pushing a political ideology. Arm your children with questions they can ask after the president’s speech. If topics other than education come-up, tell your kids to ask what that has to do with education achievement.

2. Send a message to President Obama and the Department of Education requesting that the publish the text of the president’s speech in advance of Tuesday’s address:

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