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Posts by justiceseeker93

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  • A tally of how Jewish lawmakers are voting on the Iran deal (13 now support, 7 oppose, 8 undecided)

    09/01/2015 2:38:16 PM PDT · 25 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to Dave346; All
    A tally of how Jewish lawmakers are voting on the Iran deal (13 now support, 7 oppose, 8 undecided)

    Certainly NOT reflective percentagewise of how US Jews as a whole feel about it!

  • A tally of how Jewish lawmakers are voting on the Iran deal (13 now support, 7 oppose, 8 undecided)

    09/01/2015 2:19:26 PM PDT · 24 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to Arm_Bears; Dave346; faithhopecharity; left that other site; SeekAndFind; Impy; InterceptPoint; ...
    Liberal Jews are Liberals first, and Jews . . . well . . .

    From this Jewish perspective, it's hard to call most in this morass of "Jewish" congressional 'Rats "liberal." That's much too polite a term for their political ideology. "Liberal" would better describe ex-Senator Joe Lieberman, who is gone from the Senate right now, thanks to the Dems who effectively drummed him out of their party for being too hawkish on defense issues (according to them), so poor Joe is limited today to demonstrating against the Obama-Kerry Iran pact in New York as a civilian.

    The bulk of these congressional Jewish 'Rats are more accurately described as masochists or suicidal. Some, including Wasserman-Schultz and Grayson, are unfortunately psychiatrically impaired.

    With all this obsession in some Jewish quarters (including the author of the published article, lefty Ron Kampeas of the JTA) about how these Jewish 'Rats will vote on this, I don't think that the few "Jewish" undecideds will determine the ultimate outcome.

  • Former VP Cheney Likens Iran Deal to Munich Pact

    08/31/2015 3:53:35 PM PDT · 27 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to faithhopecharity; All
    Thanks for pointing out those dissimilarities between the Munich Pact and the Obama Iran deal.

    The bottom line is that the Obama Iran deal is even more dangerous than the Munich Pact proved to be!

  • Former VP Cheney Likens Iran Deal to Munich Pact

    08/31/2015 1:46:02 PM PDT · 25 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to Nachum; FlingWingFlyer; DoughtyOne; dfwgator; Slings and Arrows; Liz; LottieDah; Yehuda; ...
    Dick Cheney and daughter Liz appeared on Rush Limbaugh's radio show today, talking up their new book on American exceptionalism and history of world leadership, targeted toward millennial readers.

    Their comparison of the Obama Iran deal to the Munich pact has much validity, though that notion has been widespread since the deal was announced and hardly originated with the Cheneys.

  • Report From an Embassy Row Tea, Tennis Shorts and Tequila Party (Latest Cheap, Tawdry DC Gossip)

    08/24/2015 5:41:13 PM PDT · 41 of 49
    justiceseeker93 to dfwgator; All
    I think Biden will be the nominee.

    If that's the case, you could probably compile a nice little book of all the new gaffes he makes during the campaign. That's OK, though, let him make a fool of himself as he usually does. Never was the sharpest pencil in the drawer, and with advancing age, not likely to get sharper.

  • Report From an Embassy Row Tea, Tennis Shorts and Tequila Party (Latest Cheap, Tawdry DC Gossip)

    08/24/2015 5:30:18 PM PDT · 39 of 49
    justiceseeker93 to Crystal Palace East; SunkenCiv; cripplecreek; GOPJ; theothercheek; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; ...
    Biden is in. He is not 100% sure yet, but he has stopped drinking in preparation for a possible run, and for Biden, that is a very serious commitment.

    Didn't know that Biden had a drinking problem. But it could be that brain damage due to alcohol is the major cause of his perpetual gaffes. Guess he thinks he'll improve if he's able to stay off the booze, but it's probably a little late at his age. He was probably forced to make that pledge to his prospective campaign inner circle (who know him all too well) or else.

  • J Street U elects Muslim student as president

    08/20/2015 10:20:12 AM PDT · 11 of 18
    justiceseeker93 to MarvinStinson
    The MARK OF SOROS was all over J Street.

    And it still is! You hit the nail on the head! Agree with everything you say in post # 7.

    Please see my post # 10.

  • J Street U elects Muslim student as president

    08/20/2015 10:15:30 AM PDT · 10 of 18
    justiceseeker93 to Olog-hai; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; MeshugeMikey; EQAndyBuzz; KC_Lion; ...
    The campus arm of left-wing pro-Israel group J Street...

    Hold it right there! If J Street is "pro-Israel," as this nitwit writer says, then the pope isn't Catholic!

    What planet is this "Times of Israel" living on?

    BTW, I had been unaware of their campus arm, but I'm hardly surprised they've organized one, being the "good" Marxists that they are. And I wouldn't be surprised if they had J Street Youth for even younger brainwashing targets.

  • The immigrant invasion no candidate is talking about [No, it's not Latinos]

    08/20/2015 9:43:02 AM PDT · 9 of 18
    justiceseeker93 to SeekAndFind; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; MeshugeMikey; Eleutheria5; Liz; LottieDah; LucyT; ...
    Nor is anyone talking about the infiltration of the Muslim Brotherhood into every arm of our government.

    Think of HUMA ABEDIN, Hillary Rodham Clinton's close associate for years and reputed lesbian lover. Knowing who her late father was and who her mother is, with leadership roles in the Muslim Brotherhood and Muslim Sisterhood, respectively, how surprising is it that Huma would be so close to the compromised HRC e-mails?

    Yet hardly any Americans are aware of Huma at all (other than perhaps her role as Anthony Weiner's wife) because the MSM is always looking the other way.

    Who in his or her right mind might have granted Huma Abedin any kind of security clearance?

  • Obama’s track record on radical Islam

    08/19/2015 6:20:46 AM PDT · 23 of 23
    justiceseeker93 to Eleutheria5; All
    Good of Mort Klein to articulate this, but to me it’s been obvious from day 1.

    Even before that, during the 2008 campaign season, we knew about his connections to the likes of Rev. Wright, Rashid Khalidi, and Edward Said.

    Must have been something big regarding that video of Obama's toasting Khalidi, because the LA Times has kept it out of public view to this day.

  • Obama’s track record on radical Islam

    08/19/2015 6:00:23 AM PDT · 22 of 23
    justiceseeker93 to faithhopecharity
    all credit to Mort Klein. but notice how very very tactful, diplomatic .. he is.

    Yes, I noticed that as well. Maybe too little too late.

  • Obama’s track record on radical Islam

    08/18/2015 2:16:56 PM PDT · 10 of 23
    justiceseeker93 to Ooh-Ah; OddLane; GladesGuru; Daveinyork; EQAndyBuzz; doug from upland; ml/nj; SunkenCiv; ...
    The evidence requires us to painfully conclude that President Barack Hussein Obama is sympathetic to radical Islam.

    Mort Klein (not to be confused with Ed Klein or Joe Klein), author of the posted article, is right on target. He's the president of the Zionist Organization of America, which is the most "right wing" Zionist group in the US of any significance, and also a prominent Jewish Republican.

    It would be interesting to find out when Mort Klein first came out publicly with this accurate characterization of Obama. Hopefully, he's not too late to influence some in Congress as they get set to vote on the Obama agreement with Iran.

  • Oh my, if looks could...check Bill Clinton photo on Drudge!

    08/17/2015 9:27:43 PM PDT · 185 of 193
    justiceseeker93 to LucyT; ExTexasRedhead; Arizona Carolyn; Alamo-Girl; sheik yerbouty; Eleutheria5; Ravi; nikos1121; ..
    Bill's face appears to be bright red.

    He's had a skin condition known as acne rosacea at least since he became president. That is the cause of the red face, especially the nose. Hasn't treated it all that well over the years for whatever reason.

  • What is the New Black Panther Party’s end game?

    08/17/2015 5:58:01 PM PDT · 35 of 49
    justiceseeker93 to 2ndDivisionVet; LucyT; NorthMountain; ClearCase_guy; Liz; miss marmelstein; ETL; MarvinStinson; ...
    The Obama administration has been kissing up to the New Black Panthers from the beginning, when they dropped the just indictment of several Panthers for voter intimidation in Philadelphia on Election Day 2008. That was a reward for a job well done, in the thinking of the Obama (In)Justice Dept.

    Not much difference in ideology between the New Black Panthers and the original Black Panthers, a few of whom Hillary Rodham Clinton helped to defend in New Haven during her Yale Law School days, c. 1969.

  • Hillary Clinton’s Bribery Scandal (Did she forward classified info for loot?)

    08/15/2015 3:45:02 PM PDT · 49 of 59
    justiceseeker93 to Libloather; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; SunkenCiv; Clintonfatigued; theothercheek; holdonnow; ...
    A typical organized crime family does nothing more than what the Clinton bunch has done. The main difference is that organized crime never officially held any government office.
  • Hillary Clinton’s Bribery Scandal (Did she forward classified info for loot?)

    08/15/2015 3:14:51 PM PDT · 41 of 59
    justiceseeker93 to BigEdLB

    Are those the Lincoln assassination plot participants being hanged in your post # 14?

  • Is Donald Trump now applying the GOP's "Texas Strategy" to the Midwest? (Vanity!)

    08/15/2015 6:59:54 AM PDT · 13 of 32
    justiceseeker93 to BobL; All
    Specifically he's showing leads of 10 to 20 points in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, states that had been left for dead by GOP leaders. Even Pennsylvania and Virginia, two former GOP states that the party has been struggling in recently, show 10 point edges for Mr. Trump.

    Please clarify: are these leads for Trump vs. fellow Republicans in primary races or leads vs. HRC in a prospective general election?

    I wouldn't quite agree that Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota "have been left for dead by GOP leaders." Michigan and Wisconsin currently have two-term GOP governors who have improved their states' economies since being in office.

    Also, it wasn't exactly ancient history when Minnesota had a GOP governor (Pawlenty) and a GOP US Senator (Coleman) as well. In fact, Coleman would probably still be in office today had it not been for obvious 'Rat cheating in a vote recount in his race vs. Franken.


    08/14/2015 2:46:57 PM PDT · 17 of 28
    justiceseeker93 to Rummyfan; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; sf4dubya; Marie; Regulator; rmlew; dennisw; pabianice; Jewbacca; ..
    Thanks to Ann Coulter for opening up this aspect of the debate over immigration that few dare to touch: what kinds of immigrants are we letting legally into the country and what are the consequences of the current immigration law? Basically, the immigration law we now use stems from the 1960s and its chief aim was to get more unskilled Third Worlders into the country so that the Democrats could eventually get more voters.

    In so far as I'm aware, only Rick Santorum - among current GOP POTUS candidates - has proposed any significant changes in the immigration law. For starters, he would like a 25% reduction in numbers of legal immigrants.

    As far as "immigrant" becoming "the new N-word", I tend to disagree with that. The left talks about immigrants all the time: the left's "N-word" is alien, and they refuse to use it in the phrase "illegal alien." No, they'd prefer "undocumented immigrant" to "illegal alien." The word "immigrant" should NOT be used for a trespasser or invader!

  • 1.5 million people expected at Woodward Dream Cruise, world's largest one-day auto event

    08/13/2015 10:12:43 AM PDT · 6 of 22
    justiceseeker93 to cripplecreek; All

    So what is the “Woodward Dream Cruise” all about? Is it a race? A car show where people are looking to display or sell their cars? Do they drive down the whole length of Woodward Ave.?

  • Dozens of cars, homes tagged with anti-Semitic graffiti in San Antonio Jewish community

    08/13/2015 7:05:13 AM PDT · 47 of 52
    justiceseeker93 to ExTexasRedhead; ml/nj; rmlew; Marie; sf4dubya; juliej; firebrand; Zionist Conspirator; ...

    Agree with the thoughts expressed by others on this thread that the recent Obama manifestations of anti-Semitism with respect to his Iran agreement and his battles with the Jewish community could contribute to inspiring anti-Semitic incidents such as this all over the country.


    08/13/2015 6:43:38 AM PDT · 76 of 87
    justiceseeker93 to InterceptPoint; Impy; SunkenCiv; jazminerose; Ohioan; LS; EGH; Jim Robinson; holdonnow; GOPJ; ...
    To win, the Dems need to repeat the Obama domination of the black vote from 2008 in the 2016 election and they need to get the turnout that the Dems got in that year.

    Basically true. But I'll guarantee that if the election were held in accordance with the laws of the various states, there is NO WAY that a white Democrat candidate can attract a black total voter turnout, nor a percentage vote from that turnout, comparable to Obama's races in 2008 and 2012. Regrettably for the Democrats, though, it seems almost certain now that the Dem presidential candidate next year will be white.

    Therefore, the 'Rats have to be thinking about compensating for that falloff by amping up their already prodigious fraud and cheating operations in large black communities. especially in large cities in swing states, like Philadelphia and Cleveland, to name two. The Pubbies ideally should learn from experience and offer stronger countermeasures against the fraud and cheating, but unfortunately I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for that to happen.

    As for the Ferguson riots, according to what I've heard, they are being masterminded primarily by Soros and his various front groups.

  • Reporting From Iran, Jewish Paper Sees No Plot to Destroy Israel.

    08/12/2015 3:19:30 PM PDT · 27 of 36
    justiceseeker93 to faithhopecharity; EinNYC; Slings and Arrows; Lisbon1940; ml/nj; Calpublican; SunkenCiv; ...
    ...powerless people out on the street have no say and no control in a dictatorship.

    As we saw a few years ago with the brutal repression of the popular uprising against the Iranian regime (while the dissidents got no help from the Obama administration).

  • Reporting From Iran, Jewish Paper Sees No Plot to Destroy Israel.

    08/12/2015 1:59:12 PM PDT · 22 of 36
    justiceseeker93 to Calpublican; BenLurkin; Praxeologue; Slings and Arrows; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; ...
    This article is a not-so-subtle attempt by the New York Slimes to prop up Iran's image to its American readers, as a propaganda ploy aimed at mitigating popular opposition (especially among its Jewish leftist readership) to the Obama administration's awful Iran agreement before the congressional vote on it. You can see collusion between the Times and the Obama administration all over this piece.

    The journalist Larry Cohler-Esses is merely a willing dupe for the Slimes and the Iranian regime in this goal. Cohler-Esses is reminiscent historically of the western intellectual dupes who went to pre-WWII Stalinist Russia and returned with rave reviews.

  • Donald Trump and the Mob (Mafia Connections)

    08/12/2015 12:54:09 PM PDT · 121 of 130
    justiceseeker93 to LucyT; All

    Now what would be the occasion for Clinton (Gov. of Arkansas), George H. W. Bush (Vice President), and George Wallace (out of office and wheelchair bound) to gather together in 1983?

  • Hillary Clinton May Go To Prison

    08/12/2015 4:20:46 AM PDT · 18 of 65
    justiceseeker93 to Biggirl; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; left that other site; Nachum; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; ...
    Hillary Clinton is going to prison–or would be, if she were an ordinary person.

    Theodore Roosevelt once famously said, "No man is above the law..." I assume he meant women as well. Unfortunately, he'd be rolling over in his grave today if were aware of what's going on in law enforcement and the courts. The criminal legal process has become much too politicized, the trend accelerated whenever and wherever the left has power.

    Guys like Dinesh D'Souza and Scooter Libby go to jail on the most petty of charges, but if you're a prominent Democrat like HRC, it really has to be something incredibly huge to get convicted and sentenced. Want proof? Charlie Rangel is still in Congress!

  • Obama to Jewish Leaders: Lay Off the Iran Deal, and I Will Lay Off You

    08/11/2015 9:38:02 AM PDT · 37 of 46
    justiceseeker93 to silverleaf
    Join hands and sing kumbaya and no rogue nuc can destroy us or Israel if they do the same Pass the deal and to all you Jews who aren’t going along - Why can’t we all just get along?

    Saw that last paragraph as well as well. Interpreted that as the conclusion of the lefty (probably Jewish) writer. He isn't quoting Obama there.

  • Obama to Jewish Leaders: Lay Off the Iran Deal, and I Will Lay Off You

    08/11/2015 7:41:14 AM PDT · 32 of 46
    justiceseeker93 to ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; OddLane; Zionist Conspirator; Zionista Feminista; Yaelle; Sarah; ...

    Please see my post # 30.

  • Obama to Jewish Leaders: Lay Off the Iran Deal, and I Will Lay Off You

    08/11/2015 7:07:15 AM PDT · 30 of 46
    justiceseeker93 to SJackson
    From the posted article:

    It’s unfortunate that the president of the United States seems to really believe that Israel and the American Jewish community was responsible for taking America to war in Iraq. But Obama is not an anti-Semite and it seems he doesn’t even really want to use anti-Jewish dog whistles, like he did last month on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. But the JCPOA is the cornerstone of his foreign policy legacy and he’s determined to win.

    It's not that difficult to see that the author of this piece, one Lee Smith, is a in all likelihood a leftist who voted for Obama and is trying to play this controversy in an "even-handed" manner. Memo to Smith: As Forrest Gump might tell you, antisemite is as antisemite does. I'd be quite sure that Smith would be much quicker to call a Republican president an antisemite under similar circumstances.

    Also from Smith:

    America works because of the fundamental trust Americans have in their neighbors—black and white and brown and yellow, Christian, Jewish and Muslim—throughout the fifty states. Why is the president putting that at risk?

    Yet another indicator of Smith's leftist perspective. In case he hasn't noticed, Obama has been setting American against American with his divisive policies and rhetoric from the time his regime began.

  • If Jews Are “Emotional” About the Iran Deal, Then What Does That Make the Obama Admin?

    08/10/2015 3:09:06 PM PDT · 14 of 19
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv

    Was that door kicking in post # 11 real or artistically created?

  • Bill Clinton Tells Jeb Bush "This Trump Thing Will Be Taken Care Of" in the upcoming debates!

    08/10/2015 3:07:50 AM PDT · 155 of 205
    justiceseeker93 to Sontagged; dfwgator; DoughtyOne; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; KC_Lion; exit82; Fedora; Cicero; Yaelle; ...
    Bill Clinton Tells Jeb Bush "This Trump Thing Will Be Taken Care Of" in the upcoming debates!

    "Taken care of"? The way Vince Foster and Ron Brown et al were? Remember they were once Clinton pals, as was Trump.

    Whether or not you support Trump in the GOP primary race, the words "taken care of" here sound ominous.

  • Ben Carson Performs Surgery on Hillary, Others form Circular Firing Squad

    08/07/2015 3:58:36 PM PDT · 24 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to SeekAndFind; lee martell; sheik yerbouty; Sacajaweau; LucyT; ml/nj; F15Eagle; kristinn; jesseam; ...
    Surgeon General is a practically useless position for a man of his talents. I’d put him in charge of overhauling Obamacare — Head of Health and Human services.

    After someone has had an outstanding career in pediatric neurosurgery, can any government administrative job NOT be beneath his talent level and allow except maybe the presidency itself?

    Aside from Surgeon General, one other post in the current federal bureaucracy that might be appropriate is Secretary of Veterans Affairs (much of that department involves administration of the currently disastrous VA hospital system). Straightening that mess out will save lives. Dr. Carson has hospital administrative experience at Johns Hopkins.

    He could also be appointed to a special position coordinating the dismantling of Obamacare.

  • Ben Carson Performs Surgery on Hillary, Others form Circular Firing Squad

    08/07/2015 7:38:08 AM PDT · 11 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to GoneSalt; Patriot27591; patriot08; GOPJ; SunkenCiv; randita; cripplecreek; jenk; theothercheek; ...
    I was impressed with Ben Carson, really impressed. Don’t see him in the big chair, but definitely as an asset to the future administration.

    Surgeon general perhaps. Could he be a possibility for VP?

    Carson's best line was "half brain" which he removed from a patient, comparing that to politicians in Washington.


    08/07/2015 6:45:12 AM PDT · 20 of 98
    justiceseeker93 to Homer_J_Simpson; SunkenCiv; Eleutheria5; MinuteGal; patriot08; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; holdonnow; ...
    Thanks for the post, Homer J. Simpson. I must confess that I had forgotten about the 70th anniversary today of the first atomic bomb over Hiroshima, what with all the media's attention focused on the GOP presidential debates.

    Seems like the New York Times had been given background stories on the bomb - regarding such subjects as the earlier New Mexico test and the names and backgrounds of key people involved in the Manhattan Project - well before it was actually used in Japan, and told by the government not to publish that information until the bomb was actually dropped. The Times apparently complied with such directives in the interest of national security. No way that could work nowadays.

    What a contrast between the Times of that era and the Times of today! Over these 70 years, it has morphed from "the newspaper of record" into a leftist propaganda rag.

  • Almost Every Major Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Challenging or Defeating Clinton and Republicans

    08/06/2015 5:39:49 PM PDT · 64 of 67
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv; cripplecreek; Biggirl; madison10; jenk; MichCapCon; Eleutheria5; doug from upland; ...
    BTW, FWIW, it appears from what I heard today that there are three Democratic presidential primary debates now scheduled, beginning this October. This seems to be a change in position for the DNC, which had previously said NO DEBATES. Is HRC’s control of the DNC weakening as her campaign flounders?
  • WashPost Hails Chelsea As 'Polished, Practiced...Princess(humorous barf alert!)

    08/06/2015 7:56:02 AM PDT · 22 of 45
    justiceseeker93 to rktman; Liz; LottieDah; theothercheek; GOPJ; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Yaelle; Sarah; ...
    Chelsea sought and obtained jobs based on her merit.

    Yes, just like her job as NBC news correspondent. What were her credentials for that?

    And does she still smoke and binge drink? Don't expect the WaPo to get into those details, although they would if her parents were prominent Republicans.

  • Illegal Alien on Probation Allegedly Rapes, Beats Woman with Hammer During Home Invasion

    08/05/2015 3:16:28 PM PDT · 22 of 46
    justiceseeker93 to Rusty0604; SunkenCiv; Impy; InterceptPoint; GOPJ; MinorityRepublican; AuH2ORepublican; ...
    Seems like another case that will spur debate over the abject failure of the Obama administration to deport criminal illegal aliens for good. More support for Trump in the GOP primary race? Other GOP candidates taking up the causes of more deportations and more border security?

    Does anyone know if this perp was protected by being in a "sanctuary city"?

  • Almost Every Major Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Challenging or Defeating Clinton and Republicans

    08/05/2015 2:25:50 PM PDT · 54 of 67
    justiceseeker93 to Impy; All
    Therefore they will stop him at all costs if he turns out to be a real threat to Hillary.

    Knowing her history, "an offer he can't refuse" wouldn't be out of the question.

  • Almost Every Major Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Challenging or Defeating Clinton and Republicans

    08/05/2015 2:21:22 PM PDT · 52 of 67
    justiceseeker93 to jdsteel; Impy; GOPJ; InterceptPoint; Political Junkie Too; Hildy; smoothsailing; SunkenCiv; ...
    Hillary can sue to get him taken off state ballot during the nomination process.

    On what grounds? The only possible thing would be that the Sanders organization would screw up on the on names and numbers on the petitions for the primary ballot.

  • Almost Every Major Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Challenging or Defeating Clinton and Republicans

    08/05/2015 2:11:47 PM PDT · 48 of 67
    justiceseeker93 to Impy; All
    Sanders couldn’t beat Walker or any other competent GOP candidate...

    I certainly should hope so!

    ...he will not be allowed to beat Hillary.

    I heard today (on Rush's show?) that the DNC (which her Royal Thighness apparently controls) is not permitting any Democratic presidential debates. That's important, and indicative of the totalitarian mentality of the party, but how far are they willing to go to "not allow" Sanders to beat her at the risk of suffering dissention from the hard left?

  • Almost Every Major Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Challenging or Defeating Clinton and Republicans

    08/05/2015 7:29:45 AM PDT · 42 of 67
    justiceseeker93 to ScottinVA; T-Bone Texan; All
    “To advocate socialism requires a large amount of ignorance and a little hatred, resentment, and class envy.”

    I'd put that one in Bartlett's Book of Quotations, but I have a hunch that the editors' political bias would censor it.

  • Almost Every Major Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Challenging or Defeating Clinton and Republicans

    08/05/2015 7:24:15 AM PDT · 39 of 67
    justiceseeker93 to rstrahan; Din Maker; T-Bone Texan; milwguy; Brown Deer; Diana in Wisconsin; sgtyork; ml/nj; ...
    As to Sanders beating Republicans, pollsters routinely over sample Dems vs Republicans.

    That's likely true, especially when you have a pro-'Rat pollster, which is probably the case in whatever poll(s) this Huff Post writer is citing.

    But when he comes up with Sanders beating Walker in a head to head matchup, I'd like to know what percentage of those questioned even know who Sanders and Walker are. My guess is that name recognition nationally is very low for both at this stage of the game. So I'd call the result of this poll meaningless.

  • Jewish [Republican] Group Demands Obama Stop Demonizing Jews

    08/03/2015 7:06:34 PM PDT · 16 of 18
    justiceseeker93 to allendale; Political Junkie Too; SJackson; randita; Impy; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; sheik yerbouty; ...
    Jews have to come to terms with the fact that they as a group contributed mightily to the election of a very anti Zionist President.

    Not quite true. If you analyze the presidential vote state by state in both 2008 and 2012, and compare the margins of Obama victories to the numbers of Jewish voters state by state, you'll find that only in Florida were there enough Jewish voters to turn Zero from a loser to a winner. And even if he had lost Florida in both 2008 and 2012, he regrettably would have had sufficient electoral votes to win the presidency both times.

  • Ohio State marching band’s Nazi song draws Jewish ire

    08/02/2015 3:50:23 PM PDT · 19 of 20
    justiceseeker93 to Toespi
    There are several very wealthy Jewish families in Columbus, the Lazarus family and Schottenstein family, both of which have been very generous to OSU for decades and generation not to mention the Columbus community in general. Several of the women of these families had standing tennis dates and used the courts at OSU for many, many years.

    Michale Drakes wife, Brenda, upon learning, this made it a mission to get this stopped and not allow these women to play there any longer. From what I understand, this was a specific and direct assault and “some” say it was because of anti-semitism.

    Seems like anti-Semitism to me. If you donate a certain amount to the school to get the facilities built, you should be entitled to use the facilities, when available, regardless of your race, religion, or ethnicity. It's just common decency.

  • Ohio State marching band’s Nazi song draws Jewish ire

    08/02/2015 1:47:36 PM PDT · 17 of 20
    justiceseeker93 to Koracan; All
    They are making a point of their proud German ancestry which came mainly before the Nazi Era (1930/40's) and don't know what they are doing...

    From this Jewish American prospective, I don't think that German Americans today in general have any more tendency toward anti-Semitism than other ethnic or racial groups in the American population, and definitely have less of such a tendency than blacks, newly arrived Hispanics, and Arabs. For these kids in the Ohio State band, it's probably more historical ignorance than anything else.

    Yes, of course, Ohio has been known to have large German-American communities for over a century (e.g., Cincinnati was once called "the American Rhineland" and Dayton had a heavy German-American population during the time of the Wright Brothers), but with all the assimilation that has occurred over the generations, it's unlikely that German ancestry is much of an explanation for what's going on now.

  • Phony Constitutional Amendments

    08/02/2015 1:08:11 PM PDT · 45 of 55
    justiceseeker93 to RKBA Democrat; All
    What you say about the author may well be true, but he happens to bring up a good point: getting a constitutional amendment passed is extremely difficult and assumes that there is more or less of a consensus on the point in question.

    I'm not denying the constitutional amendment process is difficult. The founders intentionally made it that way. But it's not impossible, as seen by the fact that we have 27 Amendments at present, all proposed by Congress. But now the Congress is so dominated by establishment career politicians that the alternative amendment process of the Article V convention of the states is being discussed seriously.

    Over the last five years or so, the trend is that state legislatures are becoming more Republican, and, in general, more conservative. In other words, we're not all that close now to having enough, but the trend in the state legislatures nationally is in a conservative direction. There have to be 34 state legislatures in line for an Article V convention of the states to be called. Some have already approved of the convention.

    I suggest you read Mark Levin's book, "The Liberty Amendments," for a good discussion of the Article V convention of the states process and some interesting amendment proposals.

  • Ohio State marching band’s Nazi song draws Jewish ire

    08/02/2015 12:03:49 PM PDT · 12 of 20
    justiceseeker93 to bob_denard; Larry Lucido; miele man; rockrr; VitacoreVision; trisham; PAR35; Ohioan; LS; EGH; ...
    It's the Band Director, who is in all probability a distinguished professor of music, who is most to blame for letting this stuff go on - if he knew about it. My guess is that he did.

    Also, considering its large size, your would think there might be a couple of Jewish kids in the band who would be teed off.

  • Phony Constitutional Amendments

    08/02/2015 11:11:02 AM PDT · 40 of 55
    justiceseeker93 to Jacquerie; American Constitutionalist; Tenth Amendment; theothercheek; AJFavish; SecondAmendment; ..
    The people have a God given right to frame their government.

    To that end, the Framers provided for the peaceful means to do so via Article V.

    Although Article V Convention of the States is probably a necessary alternative mechanism for proposing much-needed constitutional amendments these days, I wouldn't quite agree that it would be "the people" exercising such a right if it were to come to fruition. It would be the state legislatures (two-thirds of them) who would petition for such a Convention of the States, but once such a convention were established, it is entirely unclear how the delegates to such a convention would be chosen what voting procedures would be employed at that convention.

    The author of the posted article reveals himself to be an advocate of the crooked and dysfunctional status quo of American government by sneering at all creative ideas of new constitutional amendments as if to say "why bother?" The idea of an Article V convention of the states never entered his narrow mind. I've never heard of him before, but I wouldn't be surprised if he were a fatcat elitist.

  • Top Clinton aide accused of receiving overpayments at State Department (Huma Weiner)

    08/01/2015 1:12:42 PM PDT · 53 of 64
    justiceseeker93 to Diana in Wisconsin; Sean Hannity; holdonnow; ml/nj; DoughtyOne; ExTexasRedhead; MeshugeMikey; ...
    Did she shout, ‘I KEEEEEL YOU! I KEEEEL YOU!’ ? *SMIRK*

    The comment there got me to thinking if Huma Abedin speaks English with an Arabic accent. I know she was born in the US and spent her early years here. But it occurred to me that I've never heard her speak because it seems as if she never does media interviews. Oh, her face has been on TV quite a bit, but does she ever say anything? Would anyone here know anything more about this? Does anyone recall ever hearing her on TV or radio?

  • Jewish Democrats Livid over Huckabee's 'Oven' Comment

    08/01/2015 12:43:30 PM PDT · 59 of 65
    justiceseeker93 to faithhopecharity; All
    They sound like more Orwellian euphemisms for a communist dictatorship. -—— “ national service, civic engagement, social finance and impact investing”. ??????

    I agree it sounds kind of Orwellian. But this is the Obama White House and the ADL's description of Greenblatt's job there in their press release on their new national director. Since ADL selected Greenblatt after a long search for Foxman's replacement, it speaks volumes about what the ADL has sadly become.

  • Top Clinton aide accused of receiving overpayments at State Department (Huma Weiner)

    08/01/2015 7:22:32 AM PDT · 43 of 64
    justiceseeker93 to BenLurkin; Second Amendment First; ScottinVA; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Hildy; John Semmens; ...
    Mrs. Clinton and Mrs. Weiner One is rough and the other meaner.

    Let's not be pulling punches here: It was reported in a left-leaning MSM magazine several years ago that there was likely a lesbian relationship between the two of them. So it seems very plausible that any "overpayment" of Huma from the government treasury almost surely had HRC's "fingerprints" on it. Huma wouldn't have masterminded it on her own.

    This congressional investigation of Huma may well have Obama's support if his goal, as some say, is to have Joe Biden instead of HRC as the 2016 Dem POTUS nominee.