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Posts by factoryrat

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  • Urgent: Checking and savings account information stolen from major banks

    08/27/2014 9:15:14 PM PDT · 39 of 108
    factoryrat to TurboZamboni

    The quickest way to destroy a financial system, in this case our electronic system, is to destroy any trust or faith that the depositors and users have in the system. This electronic warfare on our financial institutions could have been perpetrated by foreign hackers, possibly backed by a doreign government, or, it could have come from within our own government. Trust, once lost, is seldom regained.

  • 'Cops' Crew Member Killed by Officers While Show Films Armed Robbery (Omaha)

    08/27/2014 12:20:30 PM PDT · 32 of 86
    factoryrat to tcrlaf

    But at least those officers were able to safely go home to their families, and that’s all that matters. As for the taxpayers, pay up, or these very same cops will show up at your doorstep to collect their pay (taxes), and throw you out of your home if you don’t pay up, assuming they don’t just shoot you first, because they were afraid of a citizen, who threatened their financial well being. It’s pretty bad when the mafia is easier to deal with than the cops.

  • U.S. liquid fuels production growth more than offsets unplanned supply disruptions

    08/27/2014 12:12:06 PM PDT · 9 of 11
    factoryrat to Owen

    Depends on the engine design, and whether it was optimized for the fuel being fed to it, or just a comprimise. E85, and E10 are prime examples of wasting fuel in an engine that was not designed to burn them specifically.

    The railroads already utilize LNG and CNG fueled locomotives, and they use
    them in the most demanding operations: yard switching, and hump & trim sets. And the fuel savings from those operations, along with reduced maintanence costs, have more than made up for the initial stuctural costs.

  • Florida Catholic parish stops acting as polling place after pro-abort, pro-gay complaints

    08/27/2014 11:59:06 AM PDT · 16 of 23
    factoryrat to oh8eleven

    Because pandering for members trumps ideology in the religious world apparentely. Religion has nothing to do with it. The vatican is a political-business organization, who happen to practice religion on the side to attract followers. When the vatican starts actively recruiting for, and financing the next rounds of the crusades against muslim jihad, then they’ll have my attention. Until then, they just seem more interested in cashing in on the guilt and turn the other cheek markets. Honestly, it’s kind of hard to “love thy neighbor” when your neighbor want’s to cut off your head, and rape and enslave your wife and children, not to mention sexually molesting your livestock.

  • Report urges Pentagon to allow transgendered military personnel to openly serve

    08/27/2014 11:41:32 AM PDT · 22 of 64
    factoryrat to jazusamo

    Sure, go ahead and enlist them and train them. Then, when it comes time to
    fight in combat, put them on point. Death is the ultimate equal oppurtunity employer. Anything less would make the military brass look like the bunch of hypocrites that they are.

  • U.S. liquid fuels production growth more than offsets unplanned supply disruptions

    08/27/2014 11:13:46 AM PDT · 4 of 11
    factoryrat to thackney
    How viable is that extraction scheme at say, less than $50 a barrel? Even then, if the oil industry can't get the price below $2.00 a gallon for either gasoline, fuel oil or diesel, or LPG, then I'll throw my money into the consumer side, and promote efficiency gains and the use of natural gas.

    I work for the railroad servicing and repairing locomotives. At the rail yard that I work at, we burn through 3 million gallons of distillate, a month.
    The railroad is very seriously looking into running LNG in their locomotives, with its low cost, and with the cryogenic tankcars and onboard fuel tanks that I have seen lately, along with the greatly reduced engine maintenance from burning natural gas, not to mention meeting tier 4 emissions without any post-exhaust treatment, I think that the days of the diesel locomotive are numbered.

  • Why Israel's bombardment of Gaza neighborhood left US officers 'stunned'

    08/27/2014 10:53:05 AM PDT · 56 of 62
    factoryrat to bert

    Maybe I didn’t word it right. I have no problem with trading and doing business with the Middle Eastern countries. The problem I see is that obama and his regime have alterior motives when it comes to dealing with the ME. The perception is that he has sided with the most radical and disruptive elements in the ME, and may use any means, including punitive financial sanctions to further his goals. What I am saying is that maybe the cooler heads among the governments in the ME should form more local alliances with their neighbors, and plan for dealings that don’t involve the US, at least for the time being. Just like the ME, the US has its own radical elements to deal with, including the ones currently residing in the white house.

  • Why Israel's bombardment of Gaza neighborhood left US officers 'stunned'

    08/27/2014 9:39:26 AM PDT · 50 of 62
    factoryrat to bert
    I understand that part, but it is the political meddling that has caused more problems than it has solved. As far as business goes, wait until the US government under obama starts using sanctions to smack down anyone who refuses to side with their jihadi buddies in the muslim brotherhood.Even obama himself said he would side with the muslims if opinion turned against them, and so far, through his actions and policies, he is siding with the most radical elements of islam, including the MB, IS, and hamas. Of course the ME has plenty of other customers in the rest of the world, and it would probably be easier to deal with them, instead of a radicalized US regime.
  • Buffett puts shareholders ahead of patriotism in Canadian deal

    08/27/2014 9:27:02 AM PDT · 21 of 35
    factoryrat to Olog-hai
    Hey, any free trade capitalist will tell you that shareholder value trumps national patriotism every time. Get the gettin’ while the gettin’s good, and then dump the whole overvaluated mess on some other poor chump; that's how it works. There's plenty of people on both sides of the aisle who would agree with that statement, and will use any influence that they can buy to make it happen.

    In reality, the sun is setting on the US economy. As more and more assets leave our shores, we have less and less influence financially in the world. Business leaders see this, recognize it, and will do what they do to stay afloat in a world economy, because even the lowly wharf rat knows when to
    jump off of a sinking ship.

  • The NRSC's Remarkable Immigration Statement

    08/27/2014 8:41:31 AM PDT · 7 of 13
    factoryrat to afraidfortherepublic

    So when is obama, along with his dem and RINO bootlicking lackeys, going to make la raza an official part of the federal government? Or, when does mexico get its senators and congessman installed in DC? Seeing as how a third of mexico’s population (the worst and most lawless third BTW) are currently squatting here in the US, and sucking up government welfare like a sponge, we might as well just absorb their entire country.

    Of course with a socialist-oligarchy like mexico, obama and the dems would love nothing more to assimilate the mexican rule of law, and destroy ours in the process.

  • Why Israel's bombardment of Gaza neighborhood left US officers 'stunned'

    08/27/2014 8:24:53 AM PDT · 46 of 62
    factoryrat to bert
    Judging by recent events in the ME, I think Israel, along with Jordan, Egypt, the UAE, and the Saudis, could pretty much care less what the US or obama
    say or want. The US, no thanks to obama and his douchebag puppet kerry, have pretty much destroyed any credibility or influence we may have had in the region. They have more urgent problems to deal with, including some problems caused or exasperated by the US itself.
  • Philadelphia Earns Millions By Seizing Cash And Homes From People Never Charged With A Crime

    08/26/2014 10:54:11 AM PDT · 8 of 58
    factoryrat to george76
    The administrative branch of the government strikes again. These unelected administrative “judges” and “referees” use the local sheriff's department as a tool to grab as much property as they can. The local sheriff's department, getting a piece of that action, is more than happy to oblige.

    And the law and order types here wonder why there's so much animosity towards law enforcement these days. Most of the people rate police below your average mob enforcer. At least with the mob, you know where you stand. The cops and the government are too fickle, and unpredictable.

  • If Obama's Bombing of Libya Was Legal, His Bombing of Syria Would Be Too

    08/26/2014 10:43:01 AM PDT · 8 of 24
    factoryrat to Kaslin
    Want these fanatical muslims to fall into line and stop targeting us?

    The answer is simple:

    Carpet bomb EVERY-SINGLE-PLACE that they rear their ugly heads, and continue until they either unconditionally surrender, or are all killed off.

    For the west, it's either going to be death by jihad, or kill the heathens by crusade. There is no in-between compromise.

  • Marine goes to restaurant and gets warned it’s not a safe place for whites....

    08/26/2014 10:32:19 AM PDT · 7 of 13
    factoryrat to Morgana

    Blacks assaulting whites=OK.

    Blacks assaulting blacks=OK.

    Hispanics assaulting blacks, whites, and hispanics=OK.

    Whites assaulting anyone, especially blacks and hispanics=NOT OK.

    This is what it has come down to - DIVIDE AND CONQUER!

    Who is fueling this resentment, anger, and urging it on?

    THE GOVERNMENT AND THE MEDIA! HAND IN HAND!

    I honestly don’t care who you are, where you came from, or what you believe in. As long as you obey they law, pull your own weight, and abide by the Constitution, you are welcome to live here in the land of the free.

    Challenge that rule, and try to impose the doctrine of your former nation, and your presence here will no longer be welcome. If you long for the ways of government of the “old country”, STAY THERE! You have no place here.

  • An Open Letter to Duggar Defenders - "you likely do not understand the Duggar’s subculture"

    08/26/2014 9:34:00 AM PDT · 9 of 97
    factoryrat to fishtank
    Sounds like a “kit bash” of islam, and the Amish, or perhaps the puritan route. I guess it would depend on how adherent the followers of this proscribed doctrine are, and the consequences are if the doctrine is not adhered to (ie: expulsion from the group vs. having your head chopped off).
  • Grain Piles Up, Waiting for a Ride, as Trains Move North Dakota Oil

    08/26/2014 9:24:08 AM PDT · 10 of 34
    factoryrat to reaganaut1
    Should have built that pipeline. At the railroad that I work for, carloadings are through the roof, we have every locomotive we can get our hands on pulling freight, and the locomotive manufacturers (GE and Electromotive) can't build road locomotives fast enough, along with the car and tankcar builders. Covered hoppers are an especially hot commodity right now. Most of the ones I see are coming out of Canada, for their grain shipments, headed towards Portland and Vancouver, WA. for export shipments. Add to that the new initiative that the UP has launched. They're going after the line haul truckers with their new intermodal express service. Midwest to the west coast, in the same time, for a quarter of the price.

    That's why I went to work for the railroad. Working for a company that has managed to stay alive for the last 150 years, and still keeps turning a profit, and paying a dividend, by sticking to “old school” business principles, is pretty hard to beat.

  • Poll: Most Americans Want to Criminalize Pre-Teens Playing Unsupervised

    08/23/2014 11:18:39 AM PDT · 73 of 120
    factoryrat to rktman

    When I was growing up in the 70’s, that was the rule, not the exception.

    Now, thanks to the nanny state, helicopter moms, and the facebook busibody culture, kids can’t do anything, and the parents will be thrown in jail if they let kids try to do anything, or if they let their kids go out of sight for more than two seconds.

  • 'Massacre' Fears In Iraqi Town Spark UN Call

    08/23/2014 11:06:49 AM PDT · 6 of 9
    factoryrat to GonzoII

    If they aren’t radical muslims, warlord africans, or raging socialists in asia or south america, the UN will not so much as lift a finger to help them.

    The UN only will support and help regimes loyal to their socialist/elitest causes, and any third world dictator who will help fill their coffers.

  • Dmocrat Leader Calls Republicans Bigots and Illegal Immigrants "the Backbone of our Economy"

    08/23/2014 11:00:18 AM PDT · 12 of 51
    factoryrat to lbryce

    Crazy- eyed debbie has it all wrong. Illegals are the backbone of the underground drug, labor, and welfare fraud economy, forcefully financed by the taxpayers, and sponsored by the drug cartels along with their capital cronies in mexico city and washington dc.

  • Islamic State posts execution of US journalist to deter Obama from further involvement in Iraq war

    08/23/2014 10:51:46 AM PDT · 15 of 25
    factoryrat to kindred
    Hit them hard, hit them fast, and hit them often, until the enemy either offers an unconditional surrender for their very survival and continued existence, or you kill all of them off. Either result of a US military total warfare campaign would be acceptable. Any other compromise would be unacceptable. That is how you defeat an enemy.
  • Finding an ISIS training camp on Google Earth

    08/22/2014 12:04:00 PM PDT · 2 of 10
    factoryrat to NowApproachingMidnight

    Google earth+GPS coordinates=unlimited carpet bombing? Can’t get any easier than that.

  • Scientists develop a water splitter that runs on an ordinary AAA battery

    08/22/2014 11:59:05 AM PDT · 57 of 96
    factoryrat to WILLIALAL

    No, the oxygen atoms bind with the iron on discharge, and move back to the nickel hydroxide on charging. In a nickel iron battery, or nickel cadmium, or a NiMH cell, the oxygen atom moving between electrodes is how the charge is chemically stored and used. That is why all three cell types have the same operating voltage of 1.2 volts. Of course I’m taking this fuzzy info from memory of redox reactions, and from vague recollection of half cell potentials of various elements.

  • Fairfax County gets challenge on 14,500 DUAL REGISTERED voters

    08/22/2014 11:41:57 AM PDT · 21 of 33
    factoryrat to Gopher Broke

    Do the paticipants get their choice of weapon? Maybe a “lightning round-death match” would appeal to the voters, you know, like “two politicials enter, one politician leaves” and all of that. Of course I wouldn’t expect to see “debate”, or “platitudes” on the list of available weapons. No, something more like chainsaws, shotguns, and maces and flails covered in rabid pig blood.

  • Mexico: 14 police on trial for US SUV Shooting

    08/22/2014 11:27:41 AM PDT · 3 of 5
    factoryrat to Citizen Zed

    Illegal mexicans have rights in the US, and US citizens in mexico, even via passport or visa have no rights or protection at all. That’s what you get when visiting or vacationing in a third world narco-fascist nation like mexico.

  • Google's Driverless Cars Now Need Steering Wheels

    08/22/2014 11:08:23 AM PDT · 8 of 29
    factoryrat to Citizen Zed

    It has nothing to do with unions. Virtually every self propelled vehicle from planes, trains, boats, automobiles, and even drones are required to have a human-machine interface, if only to take control when something goes wrong.

  • Scientists develop a water splitter that runs on an ordinary AAA battery

    08/22/2014 11:01:12 AM PDT · 10 of 96
    factoryrat to Red Badger

    So they figured out how to overcharge a nickel-iron battery. That was a problem with those old batteries, they were pretty tolerant to overcharge, but they gassed out really bad, and you would have to replace the water lost. A dry cell at 1.56 volts is able to overcharge a nickel-iron cell at 1.2 volts, which happens to be close to the voltage required to split water into hydrogen and oxygen.

  • Introducing kids to adult/youth “gay clubs” in communities, outside of schools.

    08/22/2014 10:52:52 AM PDT · 14 of 16
    factoryrat to massmike

    The homosexuals are circling our children like wolves stalking prey, and that is what homosexuals are: predators constantly searching for prey to satisfy their depravity and perversion.

    Maybe parents should take a lesson from the woodsman’ on how to deal with wolves.

  • Pentagon: No evidence of ISIS at border

    08/22/2014 10:41:23 AM PDT · 65 of 82
    factoryrat to jazusamo
    How many assets does the DOD have stationed on our southern border? And if they do have any, are those assets -pre or -post obama purge? I'm thinking they have no idea who is crossing into the US, except for some reason they know exactly how many homosexuals and sexual predators are crossing the border. In the mean time, the holder DOJ is running a lucrative guns for drug money business, and the border state governments are running hugely profitable human smuggling operations, with both political parties and their crony backers profiting handsomely. The aristocrats and royalty of old europe are rank amateurs as compared to american politicians when it comes to putting the screws to their serfs.
  • VANITY: Anybody take the dive in getting a Nissan Leaf?

    08/22/2014 9:34:42 AM PDT · 69 of 160
    factoryrat to Roman_War_Criminal

    Buy a coal fired car? Just put a steam engine and a coal fired boiler in your existing vehicle, and viola! You have the equivalent of a plug in hybrid. That is unless you plan to mooch electricity off of your employer, via an office parking lot charging system, in which case the electricity you use should be deducted from your paycheck. Everybody has to pay for the energy they consume, and electric & hybrid vehicle users are no exception.

  • Strangest Creature of Ancient Earth linked to Modern Animals

    08/20/2014 11:07:32 PM PDT · 31 of 48
    factoryrat to Ouchthatonehurt
    Second cousin to the “bat-boy” of National Inquirer fame perhaps?
  • How your boss will run your life in a few years

    08/20/2014 12:44:17 PM PDT · 8 of 51
    factoryrat to Dallas59
    Yes, and the HR reps will become the government mandated slave drivers of the 21st century. “Human resources” is the insidious term that reduces all labor to the same relevance as cattle, to either be milked, or slaughtered, at the whim of the employer.

    The antidote to that employment murder-fest is the black and gray markets of the world. Why waste your talents as a slave, when you can profit from your own creations?

    Of course, plenty of the uber-republicans, wall street concern trolls, and obfuscating liberal patent trolls lurking here on FR will wail about how thinking and innovating on your own is such a terrible idea.

    So I ask this: why haven't we seen the genius of Edison, Ford, Carnegie, Rockefeller, Tesla, Westinghouse, or for that matter a Gates, Jobs, Wozniak, or any other great minds or innovators pop up in the 21st century?

  • What the left believes about the Michael Brown shooting

    08/20/2014 11:43:22 AM PDT · 5 of 10
    factoryrat to Starman417

    This is what the left believes:

    Good=bad.

    Bad=good.

    If you are good, you must be punished by the bad.

    If it feels good to be bad, do it.

    Blame everybody else for you being bad.

    Get free stuff for being lazy, stupid, and bad.

    Make money by being offended by being called lazy, stupid, and bad.

    This is what happens when blacks fall for the pure, unadulterated bullshit that democrats (aka: the party of the KKK) have been feeding them for the last fifty years.

    The democrat party (aka: the party of the KKK) has done more damage to the black families of the US than any slave drover of Africa or the old southern plantation owners (aka: the backers, financiers, and party of the KKK) ever could.

  • Obama: ‘ISIL Speaks for No Religion,’ Global Effort Should ‘Extract This Cancer (shortened)

    08/20/2014 11:26:31 AM PDT · 60 of 72
    factoryrat to Sir Napsalot

    Obama is only “appalled” because one of his hacks from the propaganda wing of the DNC lost their head. If this involved a member of the military, or a Christian, or somebody not affiliated with IS, or in other word an infidel, this news wouldn’t even exist. Even obama isn’t above sacrificing some journalists to the dogs if it keeps his jihadi moslem buddies happy.

  • Stray Cat Problem: What Would You Do?

    08/20/2014 11:06:23 AM PDT · 27 of 124
    factoryrat to jespasinthru
    We don't have much of a stray cat problem around here. Apparently, the coyotes have acquired a taste for cats. Unfortunately, we do have a coyote problem. That is best solved with the judicious use of assorted rifles and shovels.
  • Romney Romps Over GOP Rivals: New Zogby Analytics Poll

    08/20/2014 9:45:15 AM PDT · 42 of 106
    factoryrat to Zakeet

    Did romney decide to run on the democrat ticket? I heard that democrats love squishy, vindictive progressive types, and romney fits that bill nicely.

  • Meanwhile, just outside of Ferguson…

    08/20/2014 9:37:04 AM PDT · 7 of 7
    factoryrat to liberty_lvr
    I grew up in Pontiac, MI, and worked in Detroit for a lot of years. For a small amount of time, I worked for a guy who bought run down houses (ie:slums) and would fix them up to rent. The scenery described by “don of all trades” regarding filth and insects, or worse, was the norm, not the exception. How people can live in such pestilent squalor is completely beyond me. Drugs are one factor, and welfare along with its discouragement of responsibility is another factor.
  • Texas Gov. Perry to turn himself in Tuesday, on heels of indictment

    08/20/2014 9:09:42 AM PDT · 95 of 96
    factoryrat to erkelly

    Can he order an investigation into the gross misconduct of a public official? If he can’t then why does every peon below him with an axe to grind and a political agenda have that ability? Who the hell is running the show down there? And why would Perry even consider relenting to what amounts to partisan political revenge? This is straight up alinsky 101: make your opponent live up to their rules, while breaking those rules with impunity, to break your enemy.

  • Famous Detective to Megyn Kelly: Michael Brown WAS the Attacker [WATCH]

    08/20/2014 8:47:01 AM PDT · 28 of 65
    factoryrat to mountainlion

    Get your eyesocket broken by a punch, and see how that affects your aim, with only seconds to recover from the punch. Do you realize how hard it is to break bones in a skull with a fist? If I was the coroner, I would X-ray the guys hands to see if any of the bones in his hand or fingers were broken, along with checking for skin and tissue damage consistent with throwing a hard punch. Unfortunately, I take this from personal experience, and a heavy bare knuckle punch will wreck something in your hand.

  • Have We learned Nothing in the 23 Years Since the Rodney King Riots?

    08/20/2014 8:31:16 AM PDT · 43 of 53
    factoryrat to Kaslin
    What we have learned is that blacks are strictly “hands off” when it comes to law enforcement, and that the obama administration will sic the holder DOJ on anyone who questions that policy. This policy will also apply to illegal mexicans and other central americans even more so, as they have overtaken blacks as the largest minority block in the US.

    Welcome to the “balkanization” of the US, where divide and conquer are par for the course.

  • Texas Gov. Perry to turn himself in Tuesday, on heels of indictment

    08/19/2014 11:07:30 AM PDT · 42 of 96
    factoryrat to ColdOne
    ALINSKY TACTIC: Make the other side live up to their own rules (while the radicals and opposition violate and exploit them with impunity). How about Perry indicts every single executive and elected official for Travis county for fraud, ethics violations, and abuse of authority? The best evidence Perry has is right on tape, with that crazy drunk prosecutor threatening law enforcement by pulling rank. And, I would have every single cop in her presence that night file a class action suit against her, on top of criminal charges. And no being stone cold drunk is no excuse for being a petty tyrant.
  • Johnny Manziel gives middle finger toward Redskins (No WAY!!!)

    08/19/2014 10:52:40 AM PDT · 38 of 73
    factoryrat to Bender2

    All about politics now. That’s why I stopped watching NFL years ago. It has become the bread and circus of the political elite. No move or tackle can be made without being tried through a political lense, and every call is based on social justice, and not ability.

  • TSA to train officers on recognizing DC licenses

    08/19/2014 10:44:46 AM PDT · 8 of 21
    factoryrat to Olog-hai

    I think it should require a valid passport to travel into and out of Washington DC, seeing as how everything they do or say is completely foreign to the rest of the US. May it should be issued for the state of lalaland, or fairyland, as the tone of the WH and the SoS may suggest.

  • ‘God’s Not Dead,’ But Some Are Trying: Why are they so angry at someone who doesn't exist?

    08/19/2014 9:39:48 AM PDT · 7 of 36
    factoryrat to SeekAndFind
    Because atheism=communism, religion=moral and boundaries. Communists, atheists, socialists, humanists, and democrats can't stand the
    thought of letting something like a conscience, morality, consequences, or the threat of punishment from a higher power get in the way of their desires. To the nonbelievers, and their false religions and constructs, we are all either just worker ants, cattle, or slaves to be used as their whims and hedonistic desires take them. Or you could just wrap it all up in one neat package and create a religion called: islam.
  • Ben Carson to Al Sharpton: So, when do we debate?

    08/19/2014 9:26:40 AM PDT · 17 of 22
    factoryrat to SeekAndFind
    I already know how this debate will turn out. It will consist of sharpton calling Dr. Carson an “uncle tom” for 30 minutes, with the MSM media lackey moderating the “debate” (aka: two minutes of hate, extended version) nodding in agreement with sharpton.

    You cannot rationalize with irrational or radicalized people. That includes the “converted” or the “true believers”, and you definitely cannot rationalize with their enablers.

    Face it, the honest, law abiding people of the US are being backed into a corner by these radical elements trying to take over our country, and we are fast running out of corner to crowd into.

  • Ground-breaking medical research millions choose to reject [Because it was developed by Israelis]

    08/19/2014 9:13:34 AM PDT · 5 of 11
    factoryrat to SeekAndFind
    Then it looks like Israel will be ebola-free in the near future, thanks to the work of their excellent scientists and doctors. Europe and elsewhere, not so
    much. And it will be due to stubborn pols clinging to hatred that can't even remember where the animosity started (hint: think communists and muslims).
  • Islamic Terrorist Group Demands Islamic State… in Downtown Oslo

    08/19/2014 8:57:09 AM PDT · 38 of 39
    factoryrat to Individual Rights in NJ

    You draw the line at insurrection. If a particular group of people want to impose their will upon you, in violation of a nation’s laws, then that nation has a right to mitigate that group. With your logic, the bolsheviks were justified in killing the Tsar, the German socialists were well their rights within putting Hitler into power, and basically anyone who can pull off a coup or power grab, can, and be justified in their actions.

    One law you overlooked is the law of self-preservation.

  • Group Behind Perry’s Indictment Got $500K from Serial Slimeball Soros

    08/19/2014 8:47:53 AM PDT · 15 of 18
    factoryrat to jsanders2001
    Too bad that your governor and most of the state and local governments are bought and paid for shills for the chamber of cronies and the obama/soros/amnesty/illegals slave trade crowd.

    To prove otherwise, you will have to kick all of the feds and BP out of Texas, they're useless at this point; use state and local resources to lock down the border; tell the feds that they forfeit any tax revenue coming out of Texas, and will not see a single nickel until they get their shit together, because they flat out REFUSE to do the job taxpayers pay them to do; and don't allow any shit-weasel fed politician or agent anywhere near your state, and arrest and deport any all illegals, ALONG with their employers and enablers (US citizen or not, if they love mexico, send them there), then I may have a change of heart regarding Texas politics. Otherwise Texas will be just another blue state like california, where the large cities full of mexicans rule the roost. Straight out of the la raza playbook.

  • Pentagon has transferred $4.3 BILLION in equipment to American police forces

    08/19/2014 7:49:05 AM PDT · 19 of 29
    factoryrat to vis a vis

    With the rates that defense contractors bill DOD for stuff, that $4.3 billion ads up to what; a couple of shipping containers of toilet seats, milspec hammers, and some spiffy made-in-china berets?

    More than likely, all of the stuff being offered is obsolete, broken, worn out, and would have likely been dispositioned as scrap. There may have been a few gems in that pile, but it’s still a pile.

  • Michael Brown’s Mother: No Peace Possible Until Police Officer Darren Wilson Is Arrested (Video)

    08/18/2014 10:18:07 AM PDT · 36 of 58
    factoryrat to Nachum

    So I guess strongarm robbery, assault, under the influence of narcotics, and assault with intent to do great bodily harm on a police officer are beside the
    point? The moment this women’s “gentle giant” decided to bum rush an armed cop, all bets were off. This women could care less that here son was killed, she is looking for a payday, and a lot of race baiters are using her solely for publicity.

  • Islamic Terrorist Group Demands Islamic State… in Downtown Oslo

    08/18/2014 10:02:55 AM PDT · 7 of 39
    factoryrat to SeekAndFind
    First Sweden, now Norway. So, tell me again how it was such a good idea to let the barbarians through the gates. As I see it, Europe has two choices: either expel the muslim invaders from their homes and country, or suffer the same fate as the countries of the middle east and north Africa.

    Ignoring the problem will not make it go away. Neither will trying to make nice with the savages with the hope of them killing or enslaving you last.

    Europe has a serious problem, one the makes the threat of NAZIs and soviet communists pale in comparison. And it is far worse because the Europeans opened the doors to their countries, and let them just walk... right... in...