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Bloomberg plans $50M gun control network

I would personally like to thank Barrack and Michael Bloomberg for their support of the NRA, the Second Amendment and gun manufacturers. Thanks to their demagoguery, the U.S. has more law abiding gun owners, the NRA saw an explosion in membership and gun prices have fallen to historic lows. Keep up the good work guys!!!!

After last weeks showdown in Nevada, I can't wait to see what happens when they try to go door to door trying to confiscate 'unregistered' firearms from those formally legal gun owners in New York.... Good luck with that. And the anti-gun dummies wonder why the Second Amendment is so important.

After all the Snowden revelations about Government spying, what will it take to kick off Civil War ver 2.0? I would bet graphic images of heavily armed government thugs kicking in the doors of law abiding citizens would do the trick.

posted @ Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 20:56

Athens man arrested for beating teen he caught showering with stepdaughter

And the father of the year award goes to....

Back in the day this wouldn't have been news. If you got caught, you took an arse whoopin' and probably ended up marrying the girl. If he wants to act like a man, he can take a whoppin' like a man.

posted @ Wednesday, March 26, 2014 - 22:05

Rev. Al Sharpton leads march over 'stand your ground' law

Why isn't this sad old race pimp protesting black on black gun violence in Chicago? Oh, that's right there are no TV cameras.

Once a liar, always a liar.

posted @ Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - 06:56

Athens Banner-Herald introduces All-Access Membership

It's been interesting, thanks for the laughs.

posted @ Monday, January 20, 2014 - 01:48

Madonna apologizes for racial slur

Maybe if Paula Dean had worn a tramp stamp in support of Obama she'd get a pass for using the N-word 40+ years ago. Surprised the master baiters for race issues, Al and Jesse, haven't whored their way into the spotlight.

Double standards? Where is the outrage? Typical hypocrites.

posted @ Sunday, January 19, 2014 - 11:38

Jackson County couple sentenced in federal tax evasion scheme

Silly peon's, somebody has to pay for Facebook's tax refund. How does a company that makes $1.1 BILLION in profit hasn't paid taxes in two years and then receives a $429 million refund? Remember it's those evil poor people to blame.
NOT ONE OF THE CROOKS THAT CRASHED THE ECONOMY IS IN JAIL. Biggest theft in history and they walked away laughing.

Rather than go after waste, fraud and abuse our government decides to go after military benefits? Really? That's pretty f-ing sleazy and BOTH of Georgia's Senators voted for the cuts. That shows you how much they support the troops.

posted @ Wednesday, January 8, 2014 - 07:55

MTV declares Miley Cyrus its artist of the year

Wow, they mis-spelled talentless attention w h o r e.

Funny how the media used Miley to divert attention from Benghazi, the failings of Obamacare, and the whole NSA spying on citizens. Gov creating huge data centers that monitor and record all internet traffic? Watch Miley twerk sheeple.

posted @ Tuesday, December 10, 2013 - 08:36

Snowden seeks the world's help against US charges

[quote][b]thelastresort[/b] - hunt this SOB down and kill him the same as bin laden.

I've been saying the same thing about G. Gordon Liddy and Oliver North for years. Hell, Dick Chaney outed an undercover agent and still went on to run the country.

posted @ Saturday, November 2, 2013 - 10:36

Conservative groups seek control of GOP agenda

[quote][b]Ben Had[/b] - as the Tea Party goose-steps it's way into the annals of the history books.[/quote]

Funny, the only goose-steppers I am aware of had Socialist and Workers in the title and were pro-gun control. Sadly and ironically, the party pushing the socialist agenda is in power and labels anyone who is Pro-Constitution as 'nazi' or 'racist'.

posted @ Saturday, November 2, 2013 - 10:19

Georgia-based owner of NY Stock Exchange aims to build public confidence

Yep, you got it. Tax,tax, tax, that's always the answer. Every problem is a nail when the only tool you've got is a hammer.

You could have suggested (among many options) cutting spending and living within our means, utilizing specie backed by physical reserves of gold and silver or any number of other options, but NO let's raise taxes.

Merde, the Gov would tax the air we breathe if they could. The already tax rainfall run off (see your Clarke Co. water bill for more details).

Just look at the $300+ BILLION health care website paid for with tax money, and they have the balls to use Affordable in the title.

Don't give them anymore money, starve the beast.

posted @ Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - 08:42

Senators seek budget deal, House GOP effort flops

[quote][b]CHIPSHIRLEY.COM[/b] - Republicans Going Down D O W N! D O W N D O W N! D O W N! D O W N!...D O W N! D O W N! D O W N!

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posted @ Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 07:06

Congress votes to end shutdown, avoid US default

@mj: thanks, and have a nice day.

posted @ Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 05:44

Congress votes to end shutdown, avoid US default

[quote][b]DawgFan1988[/b] - The GOP goes down in flames yet again!
Love it! Oh yea![/quote]

What do want? A cookie?

Yet another classic example of socialist cleptocrat advocating for the Free S**T Army. We were a constitutional republic until the lazy and inept figured out they could vote themselves bread and circuses. What we really need is amnesty for 10 million illegals so they can start voting themselves free s**t on our dime too. Either way we the taxpayers (what few of us are left) end up paying interest on borrowed money created out of thin air banked my NOTHING.

You do realize you're celebrating the increase of the National Debt, the increase in government spending, and the decrease in the value of our dollar? I am guessing probably not, but hey your side 'won' so golf for you and have another cookie.

Bear in mind that this is all Kabuki brought to you by the real owners of the country, The Federal Reserve Bank. They have long ago bought and paid for Congress and the President with monies created out of thin air.

The leftwing and rightwing are still part of the same corrupt political bird that keeps the sheep in line with the illusion of choice.

posted @ Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 05:32

Protestors demonstrate outside Paul Broun's Athens office

"Linda Exum, a retired federal employee, pointed out that she and many others did not take the offerings[free donuts] from Broun’s aide."

Oh, the irony. No free donut for you.

posted @ Saturday, October 12, 2013 - 09:37

Protestors demonstrate outside Paul Broun's Athens office

Oh my goodness, the sky is falling, the sky is falling!!!!! What did we ever do before the Federal Reserve Bank hijacked our currency allowing idiot politicians to spend without consequence (either raise taxes or cut spending). Oh yeah, we were a prosperous, thriving nation. Big government programs are the cause of the problem, not the solution.

Don't be fooled folks, according to our government, perpetual debt slavery is the plan AND the solution.

Now the Affordable Care Act (Obummer Care) will create ANOTHER unaffordable government program that will accelerate the amount of fiat money created out of thin air by the Federal Reserve. Sadly, as the amount of currency in circulation increases, the value of the money decreases. Currently under Quantatative Easy Infinity, we are devaluing (stealing) $85 BILLION a month from the American Taxpayers. This hidden theft/tax is called inflation (at 6%-8% a year) and it is the mechanism whereby we rob directly from the people that can afford it the least.

History repeatedly illustrates that no economy based on fiat money has survived long. We are on borrowed time.

Again, this is all by design, politicians are just window dressing to perpetuate the illusion of choice. I reality, we have no real choice. The real owners of the country have long ago bought and paid for Congress and the President.

FWIW, were a Constitutional Republic, NOT a democracy, but the Free S**t Army has learned they can vote themselves bread and circuses so our days as a Republic are numbered.

posted @ Saturday, October 12, 2013 - 08:46

As Fed chair, Yellen would face tough challenges

Nothing will EVER change until we abolish the eliminate the banking cabal that controls our country. These crooks allow politicians to spend without consequence while they print fiat money by the train load.

What they are doing is pumping $85 billion of worthless paper into our economy. Guess what? The value of our money falls proportionately while costs continue to rise. It's called inflation, but it is really a hidden tax (about 6%-8% a year). Think of the riots if our taxes went up every year by the same amount!!! That s**t wouldn't fly. It's the same thing, but we're paying that money to a banking cabal that creates 'money' out of thin air. They couldn't wait to get us off the gold and silver standard so they could print unlimited amounts of funny money without the physical limiting factor of having to have specie reserves equal to amount of paper in circulation.

The Federal Reserve Bank, a privately owned 'for profit' bank, the fiat currency it creates and fractional reserve banking is the biggest swindle and greatest threat to our Country.

Look to history, NOT ONE FIAT CURRENCY HAS EVER SURVIVED the test of time.

posted @ Wednesday, October 9, 2013 - 23:18

Athens-Clarke commissioners plot new tax to fund transit, economic development

[quote][b]swhitney[/b] - The Bus takes thousands of cars off of the city streets and parking spaces every day.[/quote]

I know, just look how empty that brand new multi-million dollar Oconee St. park and ride is. Wow, I feel really inspired by the success (or just the suck). At this point, we should just let them tax and spend because they've done such a good job. (snark off)

The socialist Free Stuff Army of Clarke must really hate having Oconee County as a neighbor. Rather than being taxed out of existence, they pick up and move. That really must tick them off because they can't control.

posted @ Wednesday, October 9, 2013 - 10:12

RI GOP criticized for gun raffle fundraiser

Sounds like someones mangina is acting up. (of course he wants to be the Attorney General) He needs a strong pimp slap as a reminder to man up and shut up.

posted @ Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 12:39

Farm workers discuss plight, protest

I'll eat canned tomatoes and they can go home, problem solved.

By the time you factor in free health care, free food, and free education those are the most expensive crappie tasting tomatoes.

We've already got our own Free S**t Obama Phone Section 8 EBT Army no need to import another class of FSA. Make EBT'ers pick tomatoes. You work = You Eat the way it is for the majority of folks not in the moocher class.

posted @ Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 08:52

Farm workers discuss plight, protest

A liberal is someone who feels a great debt to his fellow man, which debt he proposes to pay off with your money.
-- G. Gordon Liddy

posted @ Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 00:47

Farm workers discuss plight, protest

Here's an idea. I'll keep my penny, I'll grow and pick my own fruits and vegetables and you and your anchor brood can go back to Mexico.

What has this country become when illegals (ahem 'guest workers') are whining about the wages and it actually gets coverage!?!?!?!? Oh yeah, the same country where fast food workers think they deserve $15/hr.

posted @ Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 00:38

Obama says fight for gun laws 'ought to obsess us'

[quote][b]Libralady[/b] - I am sure you drive on government built highways, enjoy government protected National Parks (without that protection they would have been destroyed and developed), will benefit from Medicare at some point, are safer and still have freedom due to government funded military protection, get mail daily, were educated in a public school...etc . etc. I am proud of the government and what it has done in this country.[/quote]

You may find it interesting, but I do agree with you on some of the points you've made. There is a need to provide for and maintain roads (interstate commerce), infrastructure and defense. I am an advocate for and a strong proponent of the Constitutionally restrained government as it is was originally laid out. That is NOT what we have now. What we have is broad encroachment by an increasingly greedy, over reaching Government.

Our Republic was sold down the river in 1913 with the creation or the Federal Reserve and the IRS. Since that time, we've been on a engineered slippery slope towards collapse of the Grand Experiment. It's not a matter of if, it is a matter of when and how bad. There has not been one fiat currency that has ever survived for long, and that is a FACT. When you create money out of nothing, backed by nothing, it is eventually worth nothing.

I would recommend reading "The Creature From Jekyl Island" by G. Edward Griffin as well as "Tragedy and Hope" by Carrol Quigley.

Since you brought up Syria, don't you find it interesting that your boy Obama has sent small arms and ammunition to promote the cause of freedom for a group of terrorists? Yet here in the U.S. he and the other Fabian Socialists want to take them away? As Hitler said in 1933, "To conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens."

To be clear, I love my country, but I fear our government.

posted @ Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 21:49

Obama says fight for gun laws 'ought to obsess us'

@Libralady: Here's an exert of a reply I made to you back in January, it still applies.

If you add up all the unarmed folks that were killed by the governments of China, Cambodia, Rwanda, Uganda, Guatamala, Russia, Burma etc. etc. it's more like 170 MILLION people killed by gun control/gun registration and that's just in the 20th Century.

It is sad and naive to think that it couldn't happen here. Those who don't know the past are condemned to repeat it."

I see you are all for government and government control. An entity comprised of pathological liars that has lied and continues to lie to and spy on the public. I am glad we have the Constitution to protect us from sycophants like you.

Here is just a small sampling of some classics:

We were fired upon in the Gulf of Tonkin

I am not a crook, I've earned everything I've got.

Read my lips "No new taxes"

I did not have sex with that woman.

Iraq has WMD, it's a slam dunk.

The CIA would never sell cocaine to fund an illegal war.

The U.S. never tortures detainees.

The BATF never fired a shot in Waco, Tx. Nor did they intentionally kill innocent, defenseless women and children.

I'll repeal the Patriot Act and close Guantanamo Bay.

We did not give guns to the Mexican drug cartels that later killed American citizens.

The government doesn't spy on American Citizens.

My health care plan won't increase taxes and you can keep your doctor.

With that track record and you still want more government control????

Wow. I suggest you move up to Chicago, I hear gun control is working really well up there.

posted @ Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 17:40

Obama says fight for gun laws 'ought to obsess us'

[quote][b]Libralady[/b] - @8thDwarfSurly:
You feel better after that literary exercise? Surely hope so.

And I would ask the same to you. Feeling a bit Tolstoyesque? We are becoming to accustomed to the newspeak flying around, often more than 100 characters is needed.

posted @ Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 17:13

Obama says fight for gun laws 'ought to obsess us'

[quote][b]Libralady[/b] - What an "honest person" has to know is that the 2nd amendment was written at a very different time with very different circumstances. Hopefully the SCOTUS will eventually admit that and repeal the 2nd amendment or reinterpret it.[/quote]

Talk about bat guano crazy, that is about the most ignorant thing I've read today and I feel dumber for simply reading it. That's like arguing that the First Amendment only applies to documents printed on a printing press because that's all the founders had access to. The founders intended citizens to have arms equal to that of the Government as the last defense against tyranny.

That claptrap may fly down at the socialist tree hugging lesbian transgender vegan lactose/ fragrance free circle jerk farmers market and drum circle, but that dog doesn't hunt outside the People's Republic of Athens.

By all means feel free to not exercise your right to NOT bear arms, but DO NOT mess with my right to. Like the Leftist bumper sticker says: "Against Abortion? Don't Have One!" or my personal favorite "U.S. Out of My Uterus."

Is there some scenario you envision that Government gun confiscation won't end badly? Do you really think folks are going to willingly give up there guns?

posted @ Monday, September 23, 2013 - 22:23

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