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  • Snow plough driver in Total CEO plane crash was drunk -Russian investigators

    10/20/2014 11:58:12 PM PDT · 7 of 18
    Kenny Bunk to Berlin_Freeper
    Damned Lie of Corrupt Western Press!

    Besides, before anyone operates Russian Equipment of any sort, he should, should I say, have a coupla snorts of vodka to avoid overreacting to excessive outside stimuli on the sensitive controls.

  • Ya'alon Warns Bennett Over Kerry Criticism

    10/20/2014 8:33:44 PM PDT · 19 of 19
    Kenny Bunk to Delta Dawn; Tax-chick; Robert A. Cook, PE; tioga; xsmommy
    Was it difficult to keep Kerry’s head above the water?

    Lt. Kerry selflessly kept MY head above water. After the first 40 kilometers, I am afraid I developed a severe cramp. I was in good shape then, but one must realize that towing NAZI spies using the life guard carry is strenuous work. several of the other chaps also suffered cramps, but cleverly using our Rambo-type head scarves ( we weren't quite naked, you see) to tie the NAZIs wrist and ankle, Lt. Kerry was able to tow 20 or so of them by grasping the scarf in his teeth and using ye olde Yale backstroke.

    Damn lucky thing he did save me and several others or I would not be able to offer the spectacularly misnomered Mr. Cook advice on appropriate behavior in the kitchen. Soon "Cookie," as we call him, will be able to use the same number of ingredients as the number of guitar chords mastered by Bruce Springsteen. And, it will all be due to Lt. Kerry.

    What do you say we all chip in and get him another medal?

  • Adios Democrats! Hispanics Bolting Party

    10/20/2014 9:54:12 AM PDT · 72 of 73
    Kenny Bunk to Tennessee Nana

    Por lo usual, divina flor que encendío mi amor, you have gotten to the heart of the matter. I think.

  • Ya'alon Warns Bennett Over Kerry Criticism

    10/20/2014 9:45:25 AM PDT · 11 of 19
    Kenny Bunk to Robert A. Cook, PE; Tax-chick; Monkey Face
    Astounded by your culinary legerdemain!

    If St. Ronnie ever allows you a fourth ingredient, call me immediately. A Box'o'Raisins is yours!

  • Federal Judge: Eric Holder’s DOJ Likely Defrauded Company of $55 Million, Orders Recusal of Judges

    10/20/2014 9:33:44 AM PDT · 21 of 24
    Kenny Bunk to Liz
    The seizure of private property is a California Tradition.

    It is one of the dirty big secrets behind the billionaire fortunes of both Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein. The basic scam (among many others): The companies controlled by hubbies Messrs. Boxer and Feinstein buy up forfeited lands seized by county sheriffs and federal authorities at closed sales for $x. They then sell those very lands to the State of California and the Federal Government as "Ecological Reserves," "Wilderness Areas," "State Parks," etc. for (1000+)X ($x). That's just one trick! But they have worked it for years.

    Nancy Pelosi's husband came damn close to controlling the Presidio in San Francisco, probably the most valuable piece of real estate on this planet.

    Mama be runnin for office?
    You best be damn sure
    you knows what Papa be doin'!

    (& vice-versa)
  • Obama putting key priorities on hold until after midterm election

    10/20/2014 9:11:47 AM PDT · 55 of 56
    Kenny Bunk to stephenjohnbanker
    Steve, riding with the "Republicans" is like riding with el Cid. We're strapping the party to the saddle and hoping the Democrats won't notice it's dead when we charge.

    Fat chance, pal. We need a
    A PLAN
    Some LEADERS
    to make the Program and Plan happen.


  • Obama putting key priorities on hold until after midterm election

    10/20/2014 9:03:43 AM PDT · 54 of 56
    Kenny Bunk to justiceseeker93
    (Scott Gessler) and Kansas (Kris Kobain) ....Let's recognize that there are some good guys in this.

    OK, out of 50 Attorneys General and Secretaries of State, many of them "Republican," two guys who have done nothing in the jurisdictions where they had the authority to do something, speak out at the American Heritage Foundation, the proceeding of which both of these "good guys" knew damn well would not be NOT covered anywhere in the MSM. Thanks for letting US know, anyway.

    Meanwhile not one (1) uno, ein, un, so-called "candidate," or potential candidate has said a word about election fraud that I am aware of.

    Fraud? Simply an accepted part of the Democrat Election Playbook. After Jack Kennedy stole Illinois in 1960, fraud somehow became that which Republicans will not name. Blame Eisenhower and keep looking for good guys.

  • Full transcript of the BuzzFeed interview with Cardinal Burke

    10/20/2014 8:48:54 AM PDT · 6 of 11
    Kenny Bunk to Salvation; nickcarraway; NYer; ELS; Pyro7480; livius; ArrogantBustard; Catholicguy; RobbyS; ...
    Will the Cardinal be required to live in Malta as a requirement of his new post? (Not that geography means all that much nowadays)

    Will he be forbidden to give interviews?

    Will he be forbidden to write and teach?

    Clearly, Burke is now the source that journalists with all sorts of agendas will seek out to exploit this juicy story of a rift within the Church at the very highest levels. One can hardly blame Cardinal Burke for this, as the sophisticated Vatican PR operatives must have known very well that the man could become a "news bureau." An obvious theory to me then is that perhaps Burke has powerful semi-silent support from somewhere within the Curia!

    Odd, that the Romans are now on a path trod first in recent times by African Anglican Archbishops! Too simple for modern times. Homosexuals are welcome into The Church, the "catch" for them is that they must acknowledge acting upon same-sex attraction is a grievous sin and that the "attraction" itself is a perversion or perhaps at least abnormal. Those married within the church and then divorced and "re-married," ain't actually "re-married," but living in public sin. Hello? It's a Church, not a club where the 'members" can vote to adopt new rules.

  • Adios Democrats! Hispanics Bolting Party

    10/19/2014 12:15:35 PM PDT · 56 of 73
    Kenny Bunk to sickoflibs; Abakumov; stephenjohnbanker; ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas; Tennessee Nana; Liz; ...
    Here's a free speech for the Latino audience:

    Dime con quien vas, y yo te digo quien eres.

    ¿Donde este orgullo de la raza quando tu votas por comunista, el aborto, enfanticida, amigos de los hermanos Castro y Che Guevara, un gobierno amigo de los maricones, amigo de los musulmanos matando a nuestros hermanos cristianos por todo el mundo?

    ¿Dime, hermano latino, quién eres? Veniste a este país en contravención de nuestra ley para comportarte como criminal pordiosero en nuestras calles, or para transformaros en pueblo libre? ¿O prefieres la vida sin honor como campesino sin fuero, esclavo del socialismo, peor que la pobreza del tu país que tientes de escapar ?

    ¿No te das cuento de que los beneficios prometidos a ti son ya prometidos a otro tonto?

    That's something like I would recommend to the chickenshiite Republican Party: a tough love approach to the Latinos instead of pussyfooting around them with political correctness. That, my FRiends shows NO understanding of Latin culture and make us look like pendejos to our invading neighbors. Lay the wood on these criminal brown-butted-border-bounders. Make'em do it right. Keep the good ones and send the rest packing.

  • Obama putting key priorities on hold until after midterm election

    10/19/2014 11:49:02 AM PDT · 50 of 56
    Kenny Bunk to justiceseeker93; Liz; GOPsterinMA; LottieDah; Impy; InterceptPoint; Marcella; RitaOK; ml/nj; ...
    Haven't heard any of our FReeperFAVES even mention vote fraud. WTF? over. Is it possible that Cruz, Rubio, Jindal, the Paul boys, Sarah, etc. ad nauseam have no interest in straight elections, voter ID, illegal aliens voting, motor voter, virtually created voters, and this insane and absurd extension of voting over the preceding month and the multiplication of absentee ballots.

    E.G., Rubio supposedly represents a state in which voters registered in other states can steal an election with ease. Never heard a word about it, even after Col. was defrauded and high-jacked out of his seat in Congress. Let's be politically correct and not even mention the massive fraud in every "Urban Area." What's that supposed to take? dead Black Panthers at your precinct?

    Here's an idea: No more highway funds until a state presents a clean voter list. Every registered voter alive, and equipped with ID. Cross check New Jersey and Florida. What makes those SOBS think they have the right to screw up two states? MA and ME or NH? Three states corrupted by double-dipping Massholes.

  • Obama putting key priorities on hold until after midterm election

    10/18/2014 7:01:39 PM PDT · 45 of 56
    Kenny Bunk to Georgia Girl 2
    .....Two more years of this.

    GG, if the Republicans, whoever and whatever they are, do not deliver over the next two years, we are in for a single-party government and the end of the Republic.

    This is not going to be pretty.

  • Ya'alon Warns Bennett Over Kerry Criticism

    10/18/2014 5:22:19 PM PDT · 9 of 19
    Kenny Bunk to dennisw

    Lay offa John Kerry, I’m-a warnin’ you. After all, I think he showed great restraint in not awarding himself the Congressional Medal of Honor.

  • Ya'alon Warns Bennett Over Kerry Criticism

    10/18/2014 3:27:34 PM PDT · 4 of 19
    Kenny Bunk to Tax-chick

    If you are going to read my posts while eating carrot soup, try to be making carrot cake at the same time. No one has to know.

  • How Scott Brown Got it Right

    10/18/2014 3:21:06 PM PDT · 54 of 59
    Kenny Bunk to gusty
    Is NH truly a moonbat state, or did the Massholes who have moved in there tip the balance against stay-on-the-couch Republicans?

    Although Brown makes me itch in unmentionable places, I would vote for him I would not have chosen him in the primary, if there was one. Running center Left, he has already lost to Princess Fauxcahontas, even with the excellent excuse of running in Massholia, that is not a great recommendation. Plus, his short term in the Senate didn't do anyone any good either.

  • Ya'alon Warns Bennett Over Kerry Criticism

    10/18/2014 3:12:13 PM PDT · 2 of 19
    Kenny Bunk to Eleutheria5
    I too was hurt by Bennett's cruel remarks.

    If some of you FReepers had been with me and the Lieutenant when we swam naked up the Mekong River on Christmas Eve at the super-secret orders of soon-to-be President Nixon to capture NAZI spies, you wouldn't be so quick to criticize this great American.*

    Because of this heroic mission during which he was grievously wounded by several mosquitos, he deserved to give himself the Silver Star, the Croix de Guerre, the Victoria Cross, and to sign his own Third Purple Heart certificate which enabled him to go home. He was generous to us subordinates, too. Thanks to him, I received the Merit Badge for Swimming, which enabled me to almost become an Eagle Scout.

    So back off, Right Wing Fanatic!

    * BTW, The inspiring Kerry story was chronicled by Hollywood in the feature film, "Surf NAZIs Must Die." I urge every true American to see it.

  • Cruz: We Don't Need Obama's Ebola Czar, We Need a President Who Will Lead

    10/18/2014 2:50:30 PM PDT · 43 of 60
    Kenny Bunk to stephenjohnbanker
    To you and me Joey Plugs is a figure of mirth.

    But, BUT I say, we should not sell this assklown crook too short politically. He is an icon for Democrats. He is a very shrewd pol, knows where every body in DC is buried, and who did it. After all, Steve, this is the guy who discovered Barak H. Obama, ...."the clean Negro with no accent," as Joey Plugs called him. He is also a great campaigner with that human touch Obama lacks outside of the 'hood. "Yo, I am a stupid and a little drunk ....just like you." The base loves it!

    Also bear in mind that while we find him dumb, this guy has enriched himself (and his family) to multimultimillionaire status. While anyone would be better than Obama, Joey worries me above all in foreign aggairs.

  • Cruz: We Don't Need Obama's Ebola Czar, We Need a President Who Will Lead

    10/18/2014 9:32:09 AM PDT · 42 of 60
    Kenny Bunk to SoConPubbie; Kale; Jarhead9297; COUNTrecount; notaliberal; DoughtyOne; RitaOK; MountainDad
    Yes. The situation is tragic. But it is also quite simple. Barack Obama is incapable of performing the functions of the office to which he was somehow twice elected. At this juncture, it doesn't matter why, and we have already amused ourselves quite enough in our exchanges of titillating obamagossip.

    That the man in the WH is incapable was obvious enough in Term I, but has becoming overwhelming evident in term II . Perhaps a majority of the voting public doesn't realize it yet, but certainly our elected representatives in both parties do, and so do the leaders of foreign countries inimical to our national interest.

    One cannot blame the Democrats. They are true to their loonie Left ideology. The real question is, " Can the GOP decide its constitutional duty is more important than Boehner/McConnell business-as-usual? " The GOPe is just as aware as we are that the party might very well be in its death-throes. Will it decide that preserving its share of the swag is worth taking the Republic down with it?

    Ted, there's an election in 2 weeks. What's the :
    Who are the LEADERS?

    Obama is not performing. if the GOP does not perform over the next session of Congress, we might as well kiss the Republic goodbye and join a militia.

  • Houston’s Mayor Backtracks on Church Subpoenas, Tosses Her Own Lawyers Under the Bus (Updated)

    10/17/2014 8:25:45 PM PDT · 61 of 65
    Kenny Bunk to skeeter
    ......nothing quite so fearsome as a lesbian with subpoena power.

    IMNVHO, many lesbians suffer from subpoena envy. I have also heard that the Houston Lesbo-Pol became so angry with the City Attorney that she started munching the office carpet. She is so worried about a flood of adverse publicity, because if it overflows there's no Hans Brinker in Houston to stick their finger in the dyke to stop it.

    BTW, who voted for this assklown anyway?

  • As Democrats sweat Iowa, Sen. Tom Harkin sits on millions

    10/17/2014 8:18:28 PM PDT · 9 of 17
    Kenny Bunk to Dilbert San Diego
    Does Harkin get to keep leftover campaign money, if he retires from politics?

    Yes he does. A dirty-little-not-so-secret. Kerry creamed over $20 Million from his campaign and took a lot of heat for (a) not sharing or (b) not spending it when it could have made a difference at the end of the campaign. Pat Buchanan (of all people) is reported to have squirreled away over $10 Million from his strange campaign.

    The really odd factoid: even if the source of the money is federal matching funds, if it doesn't get spent, ity's the candidates when it's all over!

    This is just one more way broken down small-town lawyers who get into office without a dime are suddenly millionaires after a few terms.

  • Michael Dunn Sentenced to Life Without Parole for Loud Music Killing

    10/17/2014 8:09:34 PM PDT · 13 of 27
    Kenny Bunk to ansel12
    Wrong again, Whitey!

    It was "The Magic Flute." Little did those teens know that Dunn was a Stravinsky man. Algonwuin J. Calhoun, Esq. could have gotten this honkey off on a temporary insanity plea.

  • YPG Kobanê commander: We are close to victory

    10/17/2014 9:21:25 AM PDT · 9 of 24
    Kenny Bunk to Texas Fossil
    Why has it never been policy to establish an independent Kurdistan?

    Is our government so afraid of Turkey, Iran, Syria and Iraq that we cannot make that happen? The Kurds are:
    (a) Not fanatical Muslims, belonging rather to a syncretic sort of sect that is quite tolerant
    (b) They are ferocious allies and very good fighters, unlike the feckless Iraquis
    (c)They have more than enough oil in the regions they dominate to support themselves
    (d) Most unlike the other Worthy Oriental Gentlemen surrounding them, they actually seem to have the talent to rule themselves in an aboveboard manner
    (e) They like us.

    Iraq is an artificial country invented by the British in 1916, (they called it the "Empty Lot!) ... and then given to a Hashemite King, as was Jordan to his brother, to compensate the family for the loss of Mecca and Medina to the House of Saud. The Ottomans recognized that the various regions could never get along, and ruled them separately until defeated in WWI.

    Iraq? There ain't no such thing! The Turks? They have been kicking Obama's ass ever since the Mombasa MF took office. After the billions we have spent on them, they were of absolutely no help in the region and have no plan to do so in the future. Why worry about them? Syria? They would go for the deal in a heartbeat, if Obama would leave Assad the hell alone instead of supporting the jihadi Christian-Killers who want to overthrow him. Iran? Screw'em. Take their Kurdish Korner and drop a really big JDAM into the Holy Well of Qum and let's get to the bottom of this Shiite Bullshiite. Kurdistan. Let's make a new friend, shall we? Think about it.

  • Are we being DUPED???

    10/16/2014 10:52:06 AM PDT · 92 of 96
    Kenny Bunk to babygene
    Nothing is going to p1$$ off the soccer moms more than a policy that endangers their kid.

    Says you. The ladies flock to the Democrats time after time, no matter who's cryin' or who's diein'. The bimbos are a lock for the Demos no matter what; the younger the more locked-in they are.

    Women under 50? What? 70% bimbos for Obama? And pullease, you nasty, sexist, gynophobic, patriarchal, gender-normative racist, colonialist, male, don't ever, NEVER I SAY, try to talk issues with a female voter.

    BTW, the Obama-engineered border raid by Central American children is directly responsible for the entero-virus epidemic taking hold all over the country. Go over to the Wal-Mart parking lot in your town today and try and explain that to the tattooed fat lady in the stretch spandex outfit with the rip in it. You know, the one with the Obama bumper sticker and the $350 EBT card?

  • The long and ugly tradition of treating Africa as a dirty, diseased place (Triple Bagger)

    10/16/2014 9:46:08 AM PDT · 92 of 108
    Kenny Bunk to Black Agnes
    In Kenya, we had fairly well regulated trade in various tasty antelopes (some big species like the eland commercially ranched) and quite decent beef. Buffalo was also occasionally available. Very good fruit and vegetables, too.

    However, one didn't shop much in the "native" markets. Obama's friend and protegé, (or vice-versa) Raila Odinga, caused an agricultural crisis and famine in the country, so perhaps those days of safe and plentiful food are over.

  • Ted Cruz and the Real ‘War on Women’

    10/16/2014 9:31:23 AM PDT · 6 of 6
    Kenny Bunk to SoConPubbie; Kale; Jarhead9297; COUNTrecount; notaliberal; DoughtyOne; RitaOK; MountainDad
    OK, I realize that Ted is trying to get us a decent plurality in the election coming up.

    However, win or lose, what's the
    and who's going to lead in the next Congress?

    What the Republicans (whoever the hell and whatever the hell they are) do over the next two years will literally determine the fate of our Republic.

  • In Ebola outbreak, liberty and public health may be at odds, experts say

    10/15/2014 11:06:29 PM PDT · 12 of 28
    Kenny Bunk to 2ndDivisionVet

    Looks like we'll have to cancel that election. Sorry folks. Let's all get well first, OK?

  • What happens if this becomes infected?

    10/15/2014 11:03:01 PM PDT · 32 of 44
    Kenny Bunk to eyedigress
    The Mombasa MF requires a new vocabulary.

    His arrogance shines for all to see.

    The new word is


    Of course "STUPARROGANCE" is also a possibility.

  • Lockheed Martin makes fusion breakthrough

    10/15/2014 10:56:05 PM PDT · 38 of 49
    Kenny Bunk to SunkenCiv
    Back in the Jurassic, I was writing similar reports on Fusion Reactors for an Electric Utility. It was largely hoopla, as the powerco was funding the research as part of their "Green" commitment. It is amazing to me that the environmentalist shedazzle has changed very little in the last 50 years, with the notable exception of "Global Warming." In fact, back then the "Greens" were worried about "Global Cooling."

    In the meantime, back in olde India, they are commercially building small Thorium-rather-than-Uranium-based modular generating units for villages that are not on the transmission grid. While not quite as efficient as Uranium-based reactors, they are a great deal easier to operate and dare I say it, safer.

    Perfect for Alaska, freeing remote settlements from visits by the expensive ice-breaker tanker deliveries they now depend upon to keep the lights on all winter. Order one today!

  • On the Cusp of a Great American Awakening?

    10/15/2014 8:03:08 PM PDT · 29 of 37
    Kenny Bunk to NoExpectations; Dan in Wichita
    Every tattooed fatty in the Wal-Mart check-out line has the vote, perhaps more than one!

    Unfortunately for the health of the Republic, there are now more of "them," than there are of "us."

    Nowhere in the Constitution does it say The Republic will last forever
    or that the end would be pretty.

  • Speaker Boehner +40 others in Congress demand commercial flight bans from Ebola-stricken nations

    10/15/2014 7:54:06 PM PDT · 17 of 56
    Kenny Bunk to tcrlaf
    40 out of 500?

    Boehner is a half-inch of rain in a dry year. If this drunken tyrant and Democrat enabler is not removed as speaker, the Republican Party will pass into history

  • Rush was right about Obama – will voters save nation?

    10/15/2014 7:48:00 PM PDT · 5 of 12
    Kenny Bunk to GrandJediMasterYoda
    Yes, yes, by now we all know what's wrong with the Mombasa MF. In fact, it was all over when he first burst upon the scene in 2006, like watching a train wreck, with he first casualty being Allan Keyes, a wonderful man and a lousy candidate who was believed by no one, not supported by the party, and who told the world the truth about his opponent even as he was being crushed in a landslide.

    However, even though this knowledge of the obvious disaster now seems to be reaching some of the really obtuse, that alone doesn't answer a whole bunch'o'questions. Among them:
    "OK, the guy is really bad.
    "What and whom do we have?"
    "How do we fix this?"
    "How do we save the Republic?"
    "Where's The Plan;"
    "Where's The Program; "
    "Who's the Leader?"

    Unless the next two years see Congress all of a sudden live up to it constitutional duties, in 2016 we shall once again be up the proverbial Creek of the Shiites w/o the proverbial paddle.

    Rush is just doing his job, preaching to us, his particular choir. The voters might actually turn out for their civic duty, but will the elected do theirs?

  • Why Columbus Sailed - An interview about Christopher Columbus and religious motivations-journey

    10/15/2014 2:25:14 PM PDT · 39 of 40
    Kenny Bunk to Pelham
    Breaking Jamestown Research
  • HELP WANTED: A 2016 Candidate Needed to Get Us Out of Our National Funk

    10/15/2014 10:20:34 AM PDT · 20 of 20
    Kenny Bunk to Pelham
    .....insult the Vichy French by comparing them with the GOPe!

    Mille pardons, je t'en prie!

  • HELP WANTED: A 2016 Candidate Needed to Get Us Out of Our National Funk

    10/15/2014 10:15:12 AM PDT · 17 of 20
    Kenny Bunk to Jarhead9297; SoConPubbie; Kale; COUNTrecount; notaliberal; DoughtyOne; RitaOK; MountainDad
    If Ted Cruz really wants the big job in 2016, he'll have to do one hell of a job in the Senate and work to establish real leadership in the House.

    The GOPe is fighting now not to save the Republic, but to preserve that cut of the swag they have negotiated with the Democrats. Can Cruz lead them to consider the fate of the Republic over short-term but incredibly lucrative accommodation with the Democrats.

    Need an analogy? How about the Vichy Government of la belle France vs. DeGaulle?

  • Obama’s war on Islamic State militants finally has a name: Operation Inherent Resolve

    10/15/2014 10:05:33 AM PDT · 4 of 33
    Kenny Bunk to Citizen Zed
    The administration of the Mombasa MF shoots .... and misses again.

    As an operational title, "Inherent Resolve" is right up there with such admin monikers as "Win The Future." It was Sarah Palin who blew the whistle on that one by asking,

    "WTF? Over."
  • HELP WANTED: A 2016 Candidate Needed to Get Us Out of Our National Funk

    10/15/2014 9:56:41 AM PDT · 15 of 20
    Kenny Bunk to SeekAndFind; SoConPubbie; Kale; Jarhead9297; COUNTrecount; notaliberal; DoughtyOne; RitaOK; ...
    Yes 2016 is important .... but not right now.

    If a "Republican" controlled Congress fails to use its constitutional powers to deliver the goods in 2015-2016, i.e., control Obama, and rein in the Feds, repeal Obamacare, and get our foreign policy back under control as much as possible, and above all to get the economy running better, we can all kiss the WH goodbye in 2016 and prepare to welcome in a pants-suited apparition with an ass bigger than William Howard Taft's.

    The Democrats are preparing two years of pain for our Republic, and are measuring the "Republicans" for a noose as we speak. If we wind up with two years of a Boehner-McConnell-type of Congress, the "Republicans" will deserve it.

    What is the

    for the next two years?

  • 1 million people are helping Microsoft test Windows 10

    10/14/2014 10:40:51 AM PDT · 5 of 30
    Kenny Bunk to SeekAndFind
    Wait one!

    WTF happened to Windows 7, 8, and 9? Are they so bad that a Windows 10 became necessary? This is insanity. IMNVHO, this is very like General Motors going out and actively sabotaging 5-year old Chevies!

    I think maybe I go MAC now?

  • Mass immigration has left Britain 'unrecognisable', says Nigel Farage

    10/14/2014 10:33:59 AM PDT · 49 of 49
    Kenny Bunk to 353FMG
    Originally, the Dutch (the Italians, the Brits and the Belgians) etc. invited in all sorts of Worthy Oriental Gentlemen from their soon-to-be-former colonies with the aim of educating them, and then sending them back to build up the (former) colonies as civilized and productive independent countries.

    Of course, Brussels, London, Rome, and Amsterdam turned out to offer more attractive lifestyles than downtown Kinshasa or the South Side of Ougadougou. The Dutch have been paying people for years to go TF home! That doesn't work, either.

    Quaint and colorful foreigners all, they were wonderful on the Kodachrome pages of the National Geographic. Clogging the gutters of Europe? Not so hot.

  • Cowboys RB arrested for shoplifting underwear and cologne

    10/14/2014 10:17:50 AM PDT · 10 of 29
    Kenny Bunk to Lazamataz
    Damn your racis hide, Laz!

    NOT shoplifting. Let's call it an "Interception," shall we? After all, he only got in trouble on the run-back.

    I recommends Algonquin J. Calhoun, Esq. to defend Randle in the case. Please note (honky) that it was a "Tester" bottle of Guilty Black. All Randle be doing is testing it. Also bear in mind that when the cops shows up, be a whole lot'o'people might need that fresh underwear.

    Get me the Rev Al on the phone. NOW!

  • Rick Scott invites Obama to campaign in Florida for Charlie Crist

    10/14/2014 8:31:11 AM PDT · 13 of 21
    Kenny Bunk to SoFloFreeper
    I fear this Florida election will be decided .... again .... by double-dip voters from NY, NJ, MI, MA, and yes even my beloved ME! These bastards vote absentee in two states and that has been known for years! Add to that the fraud from the Black Belt, and the Republicans could quite easily wind up on just the short end of the stick. Again.

    The FL increase in the use of "absentee" and mail-ins also makes me very suspicious, especially with the increase in time now extending to weeks. Too damn bad I can never seem to interest the "Republican" Party in Fraud, no matter how obvious.

    Hey, here's a thought: how about calling it "Election Day," having registered voters show up at their precinct, show ID proving Who TF they are, and voting? Then we count the votes.

    ....."just get me close, I'll do the rest."

    Donna Brazile.
  • Why Columbus Sailed - An interview about Christopher Columbus and religious motivations-journey

    10/14/2014 7:11:11 AM PDT · 35 of 40
    Kenny Bunk to RobbyS
    There was quite a bit of transatlantic traffic prior to Christopher's excitng adventure: Basque whalers, Breton Cod Fisherman, the odd Viking settlement, wandering Irish monks, even Roman traders who got blown to Brazil where they left artifacts, etc.

    But it was Columbus, Vespucci, Cabot, Verazzano, Hudson etc. who had at least a semi-methodical approach, the backing of nation-states and big business who finally got the New World show on the road. They also had the printing press by then, the 16th C answer to the Internet.

    What always amazes me is that the strongest rigging on their ships which carried them thousands of miles, wasn't as tough as the rigging on my Thistle sailboat! To top it off, they had no real idea of where TF they were in those days, no charts and with no reliable way to fix longitude. Remember too, that we have forgotten all the explorers and colonists who never made it over ... or back.

    But forget all that. Join me in celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Day, won't you? After all, their cultures of incessant intertribal warfare, followed by human sacrifices, enslavement of the conquered, cannibalism, etc should make us all celebrate them in a politically correct way, because it would cause them great loss of self-esteem to point out that they were bloody frickin' heathens. And they did give us the potato.

  • Mass immigration has left Britain 'unrecognisable', says Nigel Farage

    10/13/2014 6:46:45 PM PDT · 48 of 49
    Kenny Bunk to marron
    It is not nice to say that some cultures and some peoples are superior in any way to others.

    "Nice" assumes massive importance IMNVHO because women vote. Women will not vote for anyone who is not "nice." Any controversy makes them uncomfortable. They are so sensitive to "nice" that they will vote for an Obama because it is not "nice" to be critical of mixed race people. Can't we all just get along? Of course, after they voted for him, they felt "nice."

    In fact, if someone, anyone tells or puts out the idea in the media to female voters that something about a candidate is not "nice," they will vote against that candidate. When a candidate uttered a harsh word about an opponent, even one who is as "un-nice" to women as Ted Kennedy was, and the ladies will invariably flock to his standard, perhaps in some weird perversion of the maternal instinct.

    Issue-based electoral campaigns are history. Policies? Unimportant. How does the candidate make you feel, Madame, or Ms. ?

  • Why Columbus Sailed - An interview about Christopher Columbus and religious motivations-journey

    10/13/2014 1:42:46 PM PDT · 22 of 40
    Kenny Bunk to OleShep
    Possibly true, but more probably the settlers of Hispaniola dug up the "converso" bit when they denounced Columbus , had him arrested and sent home in chains.

    BTW, the religious warfare endemic in Europe is why those from Protestant countries, particularly the Anglo-Saxon peoples, tend to denigrate Spanish culture and all things Hispanic. That's also true in the other direction, of course. But since we live in the English-Speaking World, (for a while longer anyway) we never get the whole picture.

    Stop and think that the original 13 colonies and the first United States were tiny indeed compared with the Spanish possessions in the New World, and that major Spanish cities in the New World were already over 100 years old when the Pilgrims arrived.

  • Why Columbus Sailed - An interview about Christopher Columbus and religious motivations-journey

    10/13/2014 1:30:48 PM PDT · 21 of 40
    Kenny Bunk to Salvation
    Columbus' made a deal with the King and Queen of Spain:
    1. He was to get 10% of the gross off the top of all treasure found in the New World.
    2. He was to be named Viceroy
    3. He was to get an hereditary title, which IIRC, his family still holds.
    4. He was a biblically inspired man, of deeply religious conviction.
    5. He took his obligation to bring the Word to the natives of the New World very seriously.
    6. He prayed every day.
    and all things considered was quite humble about divine credit for the success of his voyages.
    7. The Spaniardfs who were trying to settle and exploit the New World had so little use for him, they denounced him and sent him home in chains.

    The Portuguese, to whom he first turned for funds thought he was a charlatan, as he claimed the Earth was about 13,000 miles around the equator. They knew that was simply nonsense, as it had been known since the Greeks that it was 25,000 miles in circumference. Columbus had misinterpreted the units of measurement. The Portuguese (who consider other Europeans somewhat slow-witted and are really good at numbers) suspected that he had fudged his data on purpose to better "sell the deal!" They also thought he might have been working for Venice on some sort of spice shedazzle. BTW, every seafaring nation knew there was something out there to the west. After all, Iceland and Greenland already had settlers.

    More columbian factoids: He was a Genoese, which means he spoke the city dialect which is really Catalan, so Ferdinand (a Catalan) and Isabella understood him very well. He also wised up a bit, and like a Hollywood guy selling a movie idea, he signed up with an agent!

    It took a few years, but eventually, Ferdinand and Isabella really figured something like the 15th C equivalent of: "Whatever, he's not asking for that much, let's roll the dice with him."

    PS: no one who could read and write thought the "Earth was flat." Nonetheless, Christopher Columbus, who took his first name Christus Ferens, i.e., the Bearer of Christ very seriously was a man for the ages and the fellow who got our New World on the map. But, he was human, too, one of us. And he deserves this day

  • Sticks, Stones, and Broken Bones: The History of Anti-Catholic Violence in the U.S.

    10/13/2014 9:32:52 AM PDT · 167 of 196
    Kenny Bunk to Salvation
    ........Catholics, who viewed non-Catholics’ Bibles as false translations, against Protestant teachers, parents, and schoolmates.

    This "Bible Thing" over the truly insignificant differences between the "King James" and the "Douay-Rheims" was (and is) tragic, because it (IMHO) led eventually to the end of the Bible in the Public Schools, where even in my time in them, (1940's) the OT especially was an integral part of the school day. Those making the "Church-State Separation" argument and applying it to the Public Schools seized upon this controversy (IMHO) and perverted to their campaign for God-less schools.

    Violent measures against Catholics were especially vicious during the 19th C, and were really only ended by violent counter-measures, as against the KKK. To this day, lower-class Protestants (see Belfast) are most ignorantly vituperative about the issue, matched in the still-occuring occasional violence by lower-class Catholics. This is not to say that rigorous upper-class religious partisans do not exist, but they are rarely violent!

    Muslims, OTOH, cheerfully dispatch all Christians, the high and the low of all denominations, with equal barbaric cruelty and glee. Can we not oppose them together?

  • LIB COLUMNIST: Ebola Becoming “Political Nightmare” for Democrats

    10/13/2014 12:03:49 AM PDT · 83 of 110
    Kenny Bunk to LucyT

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  • LIB COLUMNIST: Ebola Becoming “Political Nightmare” for Democrats

    10/12/2014 7:51:25 PM PDT · 25 of 110
    Kenny Bunk to 2ndDivisionVet
    Ebola Becoming “Political Nightmare” for Democrats

    You know. we might be just possibly being PR sucker-punched by the "Ebola Charade." This is Obama playing to the base, saving the helpless proletariat from the deadly virus by heroic counter measures that preserve racial justice. In the meantime, this keeps some of the real scandals off the front page.

    Republicans, who and whatever the hell they are, are not too bad at checkers. The Democrats are playing chess ... and with the dumbed-down public's heads. You think we got a problem? The UK is gearing up for 20,000+ African students back for the Michaelmas Term, complete with satchels of bush meat.

    Before any Republicans die from Ebola, they will suffer from the Democrat ability to benefit from this crisis that will not go to waste.

  • 5 Myths of Tarring and Feathering

    10/11/2014 9:43:31 AM PDT · 38 of 39
    Kenny Bunk to golux; MrB
    Hold on, you two! I fear you are both lurching toward Political Incorrectness.

    Before tarring and feathering anyone with Stockholm Tar (The Yacht-Club version of plain old Pine Tar), permit me to suggest a much more non-racist adhesive that dries or cures clear and at ambient temperature: good old Polyester Resin. Make sure you do not use inappropriately coloured feathers: Rhode Island Red? Out. Plymouth Rock? Out. White Domestic Turkey or Leghorn? In. (and particularly appropriate for Dingy Harry Reid)

    Plus, the Resin and Feather treatment can be applied with a chopper-gun, meaning you could be done and outa there before the SWAT arrives. Good luck and gentil plumerai la tete.

  • Cruz: Supreme Court 'abdicating its duty'

    10/11/2014 9:21:52 AM PDT · 58 of 58
    Kenny Bunk to Rashputin
    ...... 17th Amendment rather than ....... the way the Constitution originally intended, is the root of bad Supreme Court judges and the decisions that flow from them.

    Yet not one Presidential wannabe ... Cruz, Jindal, Sarah, Mitt, Jeb, Paul, Christie, etc. ad naus. has even mentioned it ... never mind much else except to tell us "we are not Obama."

    Love to see a concrete
    a for-real Plan,
    and a Leader
    with the cojones to sell it,

  • How the White House tried to handle Monica Lewinsky

    10/11/2014 9:13:30 AM PDT · 54 of 64
    Kenny Bunk to Pollster1
    OBTW, Team Obama handled Reggie Love, Obama's "Monica," a great deal better than Clinton handled the Lewinsky Matter.

    The tattooed fatties in the Wal-Mart parking lot have never even heard of Reggie!

  • How the White House tried to handle Monica Lewinsky

    10/11/2014 9:10:46 AM PDT · 52 of 64
    Kenny Bunk to Pollster1
    Clinton was always sleazy and corrupt, and he was brutal when it served his interests

    BJ was not the worst President by far. In moral terms, he simply was the worst man to have the job.

    I include Obama in the above. He will be remembered as the worst President. But, since he is so demonstrably stupid and obviously the tool of Team Obama, his character has really nothing to do with it. He is a none-too-bright ideologue. Important to remember in contrasting this maladroit oaf with Clinton is that Obama is not an American and has demonstrated no clue of knowing what the rest of us are about.