Posts by rlmorel

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  • Mumia on the meaning of Ferguson (Yes, you read that correctly)

    09/29/2014 2:27:33 PM PDT · 14 of 32
    rlmorel to El Cid
    "...Hope he's still mouldering behind bars at least..."

    If he is, it isn't for lack of liberal dingbats trying to spring him free...

  • Hospitals ask patients to pay upfront ("Unexpected" ACA Consequence)

    09/29/2014 9:34:45 AM PDT · 5 of 38
    rlmorel to Timber Rattler

    To be clear: They never intended to “fix” healthcare.

    They mean to destroy it.

    Once it is dead, they assume the populace will clamor for a government solution, and they can clear the dead and bankrupt insurers out of the way and implement healthcare the way the statists want it implemented.

    State (Federally)controlled Single Payer.

    Never mind that before that happens, tens or hundreds of thousands of people will lose their jobs, hospitals are going to go bankrupt, and patient care is going to go right down the toilet.

    To them, it is the price of making omelettes. The eggs that will have to be broken.

  • What if the Shah of Iran had remained: 35 years later

    09/28/2014 8:22:37 PM PDT · 19 of 44
    rlmorel to rawcatslyentist

    Who are you saying sold WMD to Saddam Hussein?

    Or are you saying because Rumsfeld “got chummy” and shook hands with Saddam Hussein, that means a WMD sale was a done deal?

  • Two scenarios that would make OS X vulnerable to the Shellshock bug

    09/28/2014 8:11:48 PM PDT · 7 of 45
    rlmorel to dayglored
    "...Case 1 is turning on remote shell logins for all users including "guests", and making it exposed to the internet. No one in their right mind does this: novice users wouldn't know how to do it, and advanced users who would know how, wouldn't do it because it's stupid..."

    Both of those cases are extreme, but...the gamut of people doing IT types of things runs from ES to ES (Extremely Smart to Extremely Stupid) so one can never tell.

    But I think both of these are pretty remote scenarios.

  • Funeral Services for the Anti-War Movement Will Be Held Next Week

    09/28/2014 9:26:14 AM PDT · 25 of 31
    rlmorel to Slambat

    Remember there have always been Patriots mixed in with the Tories.

  • Funeral Services for the Anti-War Movement Will Be Held Next Week

    09/28/2014 9:23:52 AM PDT · 24 of 31
    rlmorel to jocon307

    That is how I saw it.

    As someone who participated in many “Support the Troops” types of counter-demonstrations and rallies from about 2004 up until last year, I can tell you that the anti-war protests have fallen off the face of the earth, and it isn’t because Obama is half-black or half-white or whatever.

    It is because he is a liberal democrat...period.

    And that simple fact tells you all you need to know about both liberals and democrats.

    I used to grit my teeth as I drove through Concord, MA (of all places) and had to look at the anti-war protesters marching in their stupid circles on a rotary.

    Then, after 2009, they have largely disappeared. I think I have seen them ONCE since then.

    Funny, that.

  • Ex-congressman James Traficant dies

    09/27/2014 9:08:30 PM PDT · 92 of 127
    rlmorel to mware
    I thought what Zell Miller did in 2004 took a lot of courage. He spoke out, and spoke the truth: FR thread with text of Zell Miller's 2004 RNC Speech

    "This is the man who wants to be the Commander in Chief of our U.S. Armed Forces? U.S. forces armed with what? Spitballs?"

  • Officials nab Canadian man trying to cross border with 51 turtles in his pants

    09/27/2014 8:32:14 PM PDT · 96 of 99
    rlmorel to smoothsailing

    People are slipping’ around here...:)

  • Officials nab Canadian man trying to cross border with 51 turtles in his pants

    09/27/2014 8:30:41 PM PDT · 95 of 99
    rlmorel to smoothsailing
    95 posts!!!!!!!

  • Brigitte Gabriel - Values Voter Summit 2014

    09/27/2014 1:07:35 PM PDT · 7 of 14
    rlmorel to sheikdetailfeather

    I saw her up here in MA...an amazing speaker and courageous woman.

    She did have a bodyguard...I don’t blame her for that at all.

  • Black Lady Describes How Speaking Properly Shouldn't Be Viewed As "Talking White"

    09/26/2014 7:05:55 PM PDT · 41 of 59
    rlmorel to Dallas59

    That woman is spot on. The sad thing is, there are going to be people out there who are going to despise her because she said honest and sensible things.

  • “Alinsky-loving, Orwellian, elitist”: Sarah Palin’s shtick, 2014 edition

    09/26/2014 6:57:41 PM PDT · 3 of 15
    rlmorel to Cringing Negativism Network

    Liberals absolutely hate it when you tell the truth.

  • FReeper Canteen - Tunes For Our Troops - 27 Sept 2014

    09/26/2014 6:23:08 PM PDT · 19 of 184
    rlmorel to ConorMacNessa

    So, how are you ConorMacNessa? It’s been a while, I’ve been out of touch with a lot of things… Hope all is well!

  • Oklahoma City

    09/26/2014 6:19:36 PM PDT · 19 of 49
    rlmorel to jtal

    I must tell you, after reading Jayna Davis’s book “The Third Terrorist” I had to admit I had a very naïve view, and didn’t think there could be that kind of Muslim infiltration in a place like Oklahoma City. That was a real surprise to me.

    But it’s amazing how time changes things. When I heard that this happened in Oklahoma City, my reaction was “Well, that figures.”

    Good God. That was almost 20 years ago.

  • RFK Jr. Demands Censorship of Climate Skeptics [Another one of my fake articles]

    09/26/2014 6:10:38 PM PDT · 20 of 48
    rlmorel to wastedyears; John Semmens

    I have to say, JS is gonna kill one of us one of these days! I have put my foot in it often enough that I had to really begin paying attention into who started the thread.

    It’s funny that I can say something like that, and mean it as a complete complement. In this specific context, that usually means the author is attaining his goals! And as I stated above, there been a couple times I’ve begun reading one of these threads and felt my blood pressure rise…

    I have had the conversation often enough on these types of threads with the very author that, satire seems to become increasingly difficult to execute. I have always been of the opinion that for satire to function, it must be distinguishable from the truth. The sad thing is, things have seemed to become so outrageous on ongoing basis, that seems like it is impossible to distinguish satire from reality if there aren’t references to things like people eating babies or something like that.

    And even then.

    But, as the author aptly illustrates… Satire can still be done… :-)

  • Corvette driver parks like jerk, Clifton man's revenge goes viral [w/video]

    09/25/2014 7:52:32 PM PDT · 27 of 93
    rlmorel to kingu

    Hahaha...great story!

  • New Orleans man pleads not guilty to carjacking 68-year-old woman in Metairie(mugshot)

    09/25/2014 1:17:36 PM PDT · 14 of 37
    rlmorel to BBell

    Holy Smokes!

  • The Democrats’ Vicious Conspiracy to Destroy Rush Limbaugh

    09/25/2014 9:40:48 AM PDT · 37 of 55
    rlmorel to al baby
    "Is that old windbag still on the air?"

    Who, al baby?

  • 45 Photos That Will Annoy You More Than They Should

    09/25/2014 2:50:10 AM PDT · 24 of 28
    rlmorel to 21twelve; Rodamala

    Heh, like I told someone else, it is the honest truth with only one exaggeration: the hand dryer did put out a little more air than Juliet’s shallow breaths!

    But only a little...:)

    I laughed when I read “Stranded” because it made me remember singing that, because it was a little different, and I had not thought of it in many years...

    Stranded!
    Stranded on a toilet bowl
    What do you do when you’re stranded
    Without any roll?

    For the rest of your life
    You will not be a man
    So be a man!
    And wipe with your hand!

    Sooooooooo

    Stranded!
    Stranded on a toilet bowl
    What will you do when you’re stranded
    And you don’t have a roll?

    (Gave me flashbacks, it did!)

  • 45 Photos That Will Annoy You More Than They Should

    09/24/2014 5:58:00 PM PDT · 21 of 28
    rlmorel to Wingy

    I found that entertaining...SOMEONE designed that thing, and SOMEONE approved it for sale with a company logo on it!

  • 45 Photos That Will Annoy You More Than They Should

    09/24/2014 5:35:08 PM PDT · 18 of 28
    rlmorel to bicyclerepair

    Hahahahaha...someone figured out THAT button to push!

  • D’Souza Speaks Out on Sentencing: There Was ‘All-Out Attempt to Put Me Away’

    09/24/2014 5:34:28 PM PDT · 43 of 48
    rlmorel to logi_cal869; Scutter

    That he may have done the deed intentionally, and that the prosecution was politically motivated, are not mutually exclusive.

    I don’t have a problem with taking Mr. D’Souza to task for doing what he did, because we all know that the media and the liberal establishment does not ask (nor wish) that laws are applied equally.

    That much is clear.

    But in his position, he should know that it makes no difference if it is an act carried out by liberals in every single county in every single state in the union thousands of times during a given election cycle, and he is the only conservative to ever do it...

    The fact that the prosecution was politically motivated and the fact that it was dumb on his part are ALSO not mutually exclusive.

  • 45 Photos That Will Annoy You More Than They Should

    09/24/2014 5:19:34 PM PDT · 16 of 28
    rlmorel to cripplecreek

    I had to use a public bathroom in a store which involved sitting on a toilet. I don’t usually care to do it, but it was an emergency. That wasn’t a problem.

    Dirty floor with discarded toilet paper fragments and soaked paper towels. Eh. Okay. I can deal with that.

    But having to remove the most fragile and thinnest toilet paper I have ever seen in my life...that was irritating as all get out.

    Trying to unroll it from the two foot diameter roll that obviously had some kind of friction inducing bearing inside of it was impossible.

    You had to stick your hand inside the dispenser and manually turn the roll about two inches at at time (because it would only allow only the minutest insertion of anything into it, never mind your fingers held upside down at a level six inches below the level of the top of your seat (causing you to bend over double as your trousers dip in and out of the wet, disgusting goo on the floor) tear off the minuscule piece, turn another fraction of a turn, get another piece, repeat over and over until you have a mound of shredded...something...in your hand, then you try to use the mound of shredded pulp. (The mound in my hand resembled what I have seen a cat do to a toilet paper roll)

    And the “tissue” literally evaporates and disappears. Just amazing.

    Nobody else was in the bathroom, so I cracked the door and took a peek at the paper towel dispenser, but to my dismay, only saw one single electric hand dryer. And not “The Blade” or even a standard lousy one. It was the kind that is even worse than the lousy kind that don’t work. The kind where you push the button, and a slight breath of damply warm air comes out that wouldn’t even dislodge that pile of shredded tissue in your hand.

    So that’s out.

    I came to the conclusion it might be better just to completely use your hand, then wash it, which is basically what you end up doing anyway, except now you have atomized particles of some kind of tissue paper byproduct that has reacted to air in an attempt to decompose to nothingness faster than you can use it.

    Fascinating. This has to be what it is like in parts of the world where they don’t even have leaves from plants to use, like the Middle East. And this is America.

    So, you proceed. After completely desecrating your hand with filth (which after multiple failed attempts where the “tissue” seemed to evaporate in the very air as you carried it to your backside to wipe) you gloomily accept there is no easy way out of this. After all, you wouldn’t even have come into this bathroom if your bowels hadn’t been gurgling and turning to liquid as it sent out premonitory warning spasms like Krakatoa leading up to 1883.

    And here you are.

    Like a pilot in a desperate situation whose crippled plane is hurtling towards its doom who wonders how his life led him to that specific moment of terrible truth in the moments before inescapable disaster will befall him, I had to wonder if I had done something differently, could I have avoided this.

    Perhaps, not have eaten Mexican food for lunch.

    Or driven directly home instead of trying to stop and run an errand.

    Or checking the physical characteristics of the bathroom beforehand. (This is dismissed out of hand, because you were in the final extremity. Like the hapless pilot, the ground was hurtling towards your stricken plane and you had to try something...anything, and this bathroom appeared like an oasis in a desert.)

    No matter. The deed is done. That oasis you thought was a bathroom was simply a mirage.

    Then, to compound the disgusting humiliation of the situation, the soap dispenser is empty, and the water stream, in any case, is cold and feeble. An 85 year-old guy with a bad prostate could deliver more volume in a shorter amount of time.

    In revulsion, you persistently try your best, and when you hold your hands under the weak, ice cold stream, you see where fate has led you. With discouraged foreboding, you press the button on the hand dryer, put your hands under it, and conclude that Romeo would dry his hands faster by holding them in front of Juliet’s mouth (after she has taken the potion that makes her seem dead) as he checked to see if she yet lived.

    You wipe your sopping, soiled hands on your trousers, and exit the door to escape this nightmare with haste, but not before muttering to the man shouldering by you as he rushes in: “I wouldn’t go in there if I were you.”

  • D’Souza Speaks Out on Sentencing: There Was ‘All-Out Attempt to Put Me Away’

    09/24/2014 12:09:19 PM PDT · 35 of 48
    rlmorel to logi_cal869

    That’s the one! I wish I could find the transcript, because it is far more impressive when you see the actual dialogue...slapped her down!

  • D’Souza Speaks Out on Sentencing: There Was ‘All-Out Attempt to Put Me Away’

    09/24/2014 9:49:02 AM PDT · 28 of 48
    rlmorel to rlmorel

    IOW, the barn door has already been opened.

  • D’Souza Speaks Out on Sentencing: There Was ‘All-Out Attempt to Put Me Away’

    09/24/2014 9:48:08 AM PDT · 27 of 48
    rlmorel to mc5cents; logi_cal869

    I am reminded of the Supreme Court case where a guy made a politically based DVD that targeted a Democrat, and was prohibited from marketing it during an election cycle which was also the holiday season when he expected to make sales. When the case got to the Supreme Court, the Supreme Justices were questioning the government attorney and asked something to the effect of: “Would these laws allow you to censor a book or other media?” and she said “Technically, yes, but we would never do that.”

    Scalia (to his eternal credit) leaned over the bench and said something like: “We are not in the practice of putting discretion like this in the hands of bureaucrats!”

    I forget the case, but it illustrates what he was trying to prevent, but it is so ingrained with so much over-legislation that it can be, and often is used at the discretion of the government agency.

  • D’Souza Speaks Out on Sentencing: There Was ‘All-Out Attempt to Put Me Away’

    09/24/2014 9:41:04 AM PDT · 26 of 48
    rlmorel to logi_cal869

    Thank you for that post. I was turning over in my head how to word it, and then I read your post.

  • Enraged protesters in Ferguson take to the AGAIN streets and vandalize....

    09/24/2014 2:18:12 AM PDT · 35 of 55
    rlmorel to martinidon

    Oh, the Han Solo Memorial to Martin Luther King? They should get the North Koreans to make it for them at taxpayer expense.

  • Obama salute to Marines to be remembered as ‘Semper Latte’

    09/24/2014 2:05:45 AM PDT · 40 of 49
    rlmorel to DUMBGRUNT

    Yeah, and he served his country in war honorably too.

    What scum this president is.

  • Obama salute to Marines to be remembered as ‘Semper Latte’

    09/23/2014 8:42:45 PM PDT · 24 of 49
    rlmorel to DUMBGRUNT
    He is obviously mis-wired. I thought of this when you said that...

    What was funny was the losers at Snopes trying to characterize this as the most efficient way to get the umbrella past the obstacle.

  • The 15 Most Shocking Statements in ObamaCare Architect's 'Die at 75' Article

    09/23/2014 3:16:10 PM PDT · 69 of 74
    rlmorel to GraceG

    Yep. And the black market doctors are going to prosper, but at risk for them and their patients.

    DR. JONES: “Mrs. Smith, I see a freshly healed scar on your leg...I don’t see any evidence of a recent procedure on your GMR (Government Medical Record)...can you explain that to us? You do know what the penalties are for avoiding the government care systems, and we can refuse to treat any complications incurred elsewhere. Before you say anything, I must tell you that our conversations are not privileged, and anything you say may be used against you.”

  • Justice Kagan Performs Her First Same-Sex Wedding

    09/23/2014 7:39:08 AM PDT · 14 of 50
    rlmorel to afraidfortherepublic
    "...Retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have previously officiated at the wedding of gay and lesbian couples, including at the Supreme Court..."

    WTF?

  • Navy used 47 Tomahawks last night, Already used up 47% of planned 2015 purchases

    09/23/2014 7:36:08 AM PDT · 42 of 78
    rlmorel to Starboard

    Strunk and White would have been proud! (Elements of Style...:)

  • Why Aren't Global Warmists Protesting Against China?

    09/23/2014 7:35:04 AM PDT · 26 of 31
    rlmorel to SMARTY

    Good gosh, that is a great analogy I was grasping for!

    Ugh. Detestable ideology.

  • Navy used 47 Tomahawks last night, Already used up 47% of planned 2015 purchases

    09/23/2014 6:43:20 AM PDT · 7 of 78
    rlmorel to SeekAndFind

    That’s liberalism. Act for the moment with other peoples money and without their consent.

  • Why Aren't Global Warmists Protesting Against China?

    09/23/2014 6:35:40 AM PDT · 21 of 31
    rlmorel to SMARTY

    I like that...”Situational Integrity”.

    Describes it perfectly!

    I did battle with a lot of these scum (Code Pink, MoveOn, etc) during the last ten years or so when I had a chance to spend time with the DC Chapter of Free Republic (Patriots, all) during many of their Walter Reed and Olney Freeps, as well as the Gathering of Eagles in 2007 and the March on Washington back in 2010.

    Plus, living up here in Massachusetts, I see these worthless pieces of crap all the time. I had to drive to work through Concord, MA (Oh the irony) and see the useful idiot anti-war turds marching in a circle with their “War is Not The Answer” signs.

    I despise and detest liberalism in ALL of its forms, but it is these mindless, vacuous morons who irritate me the most.

    There was a time when I thought they might have been committed pacifists, and I might be able to respect an aspect of that, but I knew I was wrong when Obama was elected and they disappeared from the face of the earth.

  • The 15 Most Shocking Statements in ObamaCare Architect's 'Die at 75' Article

    09/23/2014 6:28:40 AM PDT · 44 of 74
    rlmorel to Lockbox

    Yep. The comparison to Nazis is often overused, but in this case, it is spot on.

    But hey, it is all with the most humane and best of intentions for the greater good.

    And the same will be said for all the associated inhumanity that follows this type of thing, as it always does with socialists, liberals and Nazis.

  • The 15 Most Shocking Statements in ObamaCare Architect's 'Die at 75' Article

    09/23/2014 6:26:12 AM PDT · 43 of 74
    rlmorel to afraidfortherepublic
    Here is how it will progress. This man finds a ugly growth on his skin, and calls the doctor's office to make an appointment:

    "...I'm sorry sir...we cannot schedule that appointment for you in November 2010 to have that melanoma removed because you have not undergone your mandatory annual counseling after age 65...oh, of course you are right. I know you are only 62, but they did move the age down again this year...we have an opening in three months with the counselors office...would you like that?"

    This above conversation is fully expected, but It will not be the people you will be FORCED to talk to in order to receive your care, nor the intentional delays in care that will be the most insidiously evil facets of this. It will be the conversations like this one below that will become commonplace that ONLY BEGIN to illustrate what it is all about:

    FRIEND OF "JANICE" DISCUSSING "END OF LIFE COUNSELING" IN OBAMACARE : "Hi Jan, how are you? I heard your father is resisting counseling. It must be difficult, I know. There just seems to be so much of that lately. I know I am only 40 years old, but I don't understand why people like your father are so opposed to this.

    I went with my mother to her counseling session, and while she was angry because she was supposed to have another five years before she had to go but they moved the age down again, she went anyway. I thought she was really rude to the counseling agent, who was just a young woman only doing her job. Hm.

    Someone told me they are only hiring young women as counselors now, because the men who were doing it just got angry too easily and shouted at people to just "sign the damned papers". Hm. I tried to tell my mom why they have to do this, but she said they do it just to get rid of old people to save money.

    The counseling agent gave my mom a copy of the book "Death is Joy". I read it, and it makes a lot of sense to me. Of course, when I was going to school, we didn't have to read it, but now they have required classes they take every year beginning in first grade.

    Suzie is in third grade and is taking the course this year that deals with the chapter on keeping birth rates down, and Tommy is in his senior year where they cover the financial aspects of care for the elderly. He was so excited, he said that since they have implemented this national care program, the number of elderly people has dropped dramatically, so they can spend more money on programs such as monthly equality checks for the economically disadvantaged and reparations for the descendants of slaves. I think it is wonderful.

    He asked me why so many elderly people are so selfish and refuse to accept counseling...I didn't really have an answer for him. Hm. Now, don't be defensive, I am not criticizing your parents.

    I am just saying, it is a problem.

    They had an hour-long program on PBS about this the other night, and they were saying how the people who are being selfish about this and refusing to take advantage of early exit programs that pay cash to their children are being so self-centered because they grew up in a time where everyone was self-centered and were interested only in money. You know, they showed films from the days of the capitalists where there were people who had what they called 'gas-guzzlers", and they used to make so much more money than they needed to live comfortably, so many people were going without health care because they were taking all the money..."

    Then, just wait until they pass legislation for a "Death Benefit" that will be paid to the families of elderly people. That will be the icing on the cake. It will be presented as a compassionate gesture to help the families with their grief, and will put at ease those people slated for "end of life" counseling. I can see the conversation by the time I go in for my "counseling" session:

    COUNSELOR: Thank you for coming in today, sir. Now, let's see...you have high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis but more importantly, positive genetic tags for vascular/heart disease, Alzheimer's, matricular degeneration and three types of cancer, prostate, esophageal and colon. Prostate and colon are very high. We see one of these two expressing itself in the next three years.

    ME: Er...really?

    COUNSELOR: Yes. This is all very scientifically based, and the results are incontrovertible. There is no mistake.

    ME: Ahhh...could I speak to a doctor about this?

    COUNSELOR: I am afraid not, sir. The rules are physicians are for direct care only, and nothing else. Federal Statue HCR23.1771-b mandates that I communicate this information to you, and inform you of the various options.

    ME: But you don't know anything about medicine! You are a clerk, nothing more! How can I discuss this issue with you?

    COUNSELOR: Sir, I have taken all the courses coming through High School, and attended the Life Counseling University courses offered by the government. I graduated in the top half of my class. I do understand the issues here.

    ME: But...but...

    COUNSELOR: Look, sir. You are getting old, and are soon going to be a burden on society. You don't have cancer right now, and can still think and get around, but for how long? You need to think about your children and their children. We offer a special financial compensation package that will help them bear the grief of your passing, to be paid out upon your death. With your approval, we emailed them an official forms packet before this meeting.

    ME: I approved that?

    COUNSELOR: Well, yes sir. The electronic copy is right here with your esignature (TURNS SCREEN TO FACE ME).

    ME: I never signed that!

    COUNSELOR: Sir, didn't you read the codocil that was automatically added at the bottom of your government supplied Will and Last Testament session that we finished up your first End of Life session you had with us last year? You did click the button that said "I approve all the changes" and you did use your voice authentication to say "I do approve".

    ME: What! What is going on here? I...

    COUNSELOR: Your two sons and your daughter who came in with you today have been in communication with our department on this. (Smiles) I think it is great that the government approves time-off pay for employees to attend these End of Life meetings for their parents. I'll call them in...

    ME: Hey! I am not finished discus...

    (DOOR OPENS, CHILDREN ENTER)

    SON 1: Dad, I am so glad you signed up for the Early Exit Death Benefit. I was really behind on my tax payments for last year, and that will put me over the top...

    ME: You...what?

    SON 2: Yeah, dad. Billy is graduating from high school, and we want to send him to a quality college, but we could never afford it. But now we might...thanks to you.

    Daughter: Oh, Daddy (tears in her eyes) I know none of us live forever, and I will miss you so much, but this money will allow me to pay th license fees to the government so I can open my dream business! Without you...

    ME: HEY! WTF is going on here? I am not "ready to die", I feel pretty good, I could live for another twenty years! I didn't sign that damned thing, they just threw all this stuff in front of me! This is effing stupid! (TURNS TO COUNSELOR) Look, I don't know what kind of crap you set in motion, but undo it. I didn't sign up for this.

    COUNSELOR: (PRIGGISH, TIGHT LIPPED LOOK ON HIS FACE) Sir...you have already been scheduled for next year, and your family has been paid that benefit in advance as the law allows. We cannot undo it. See the text that you signed (TURNS SCREEN) states explicitly that this if final and cannot be remanded...

    ME: (SMASHES SREEN WITH HAND) LOOK! I DON'T GIVE A RAT'S ASS IF YOU HAVE TO BURROW THROUGH THE WIRES BACK TO THE CENTRAL COMPUTER SYSTEM YOURSELF, USING YOUR SLIMEY PENCIL NECK AS A LEG TO DO IT SO YOU CAN UNDO THIS ROYAL F*CKUP ON YOUR PART...

    COUNSELOR: (HAND CUPPED OVER SPEAKER, EYES ON ME, WHISPERING) We have a 22-22 in here...get in here right away...

    DAUGHTER: (WAILS) How could you be so selfish?

    SON 1: Great. I might as well go down to the Tax Police right now to get fitted for the volunteer industry uniform...

    COUNSELOR: How am I going to tell Billy he can't go to the Barack Obama University? How?

    DOOR OPENS, BURLY UNION GUYS IN BLACK COVERALLS RUN UP TO ME AND TASE ME. ALL GOES BLACK

  • The 15 Most Shocking Statements in ObamaCare Architect's 'Die at 75' Article

    09/23/2014 6:19:27 AM PDT · 42 of 74
    rlmorel to afraidfortherepublic

    More lovely quotes from this hideous piece of scum:

    “Every favor to a constituency should be linked to support for the health-care reform agenda. If the automakers want a bailout, then they and their suppliers have to agree to support and lobby for the administration’s health-reform effort.”

    “Unlike allocation by sex or race, allocation by age is not invidious discrimination; every person lives through different life stages rather than being a single age. Even if 25-year-olds receive priority over 65-year-olds, everyone who is 65 years now was previously 25 years.”

    “Ultimately, the complete lives system does not create ‘classes of Untermenschen whose lives and well being are deemed not worth spending money on,’ but rather empowers us to decide fairly whom to save when genuine scarcity makes saving everyone impossible.”

    “Strict youngest-first allocation directs scarce resources predominantly to infants. This approach seems incorrect. The death of a 20-year-old woman is intuitively worse than that of a 2-month-old girl, even though the baby has had less life. The 20-year-old has a much more developed personality than the infant, and has drawn upon the investment of others to begin as-yet-unfulfilled projects.... Adolescents have received substantial substantial education and parental care, investments that will be wasted without a complete life. Infants, by contrast, have not yet received these investments.... It is terrible when an infant dies, but worse, most people think, when a three-year-old child dies, and worse still when an adolescent does.”

    “When implemented, the complete lives system produces a priority curve on which individuals aged between roughly 15 and 40 years get the most substantial chance, whereas the youngest and oldest people get chances that are attenuated.”

    “Services provided to individuals who are irreversibly prevented from being or becoming participating citizens are not basic and should not be guaranteed. An obvious example is not guaranteeing health services to patients with dementia.”

  • The 15 Most Shocking Statements in ObamaCare Architect's 'Die at 75' Article

    09/23/2014 6:14:40 AM PDT · 41 of 74
    rlmorel to afraidfortherepublic

    Chief Heathcare Advisor to Obama and brother of Rahm Emanuel.

    "Every favor to a constituency should be linked to support for the health-care reform agenda. If the automakers want a bailout, then they and their suppliers have to agree to support and lobby for the administration's health-reform effort."
  • Why Aren't Global Warmists Protesting Against China?

    09/23/2014 6:04:22 AM PDT · 18 of 31
    rlmorel to SMARTY
    "...For the same reason the Anti-War idiots crawled back into the woodwork once the US got out of Viet Nam..."

    No, they went back into the woodwork on 1/20/2009, and will re-emerge with then next non-liberal president in office.

    Isn't it "amusing" how onboard and agreeable all of those losers are with this POS in the White House throwing cruise missiles into Middle Eastern countries like candy from a parade float?

  • Why Hillary’s Alinsky Letters Matter

    09/22/2014 8:25:23 PM PDT · 24 of 25
    rlmorel to BerryDingle
    "...I'm surprised the media is surprised about the letters..."

    Don't be fooled. They know, and have known. Sure, there is some segment of the media that are ignorant liberal kool-aid drinkers who discount Hillary's (and Bill's, and Obama's) admiration for Alinsky and his tactics as a right-wing creation.

    But most of them know, and they can't afford to inform average Americans, many (if not most) who would not agree with or sanction the use of those radical tactics.

    They can't afford to sacrifice one yard of ground gained for liberalism simply because they opened their mouths and informed people who might be aghast at those tactics.

  • Why Hillary’s Alinsky Letters Matter

    09/22/2014 8:15:54 PM PDT · 23 of 25
    rlmorel to bigbob

    Sorry. I have read the book, and I will never practice what he preaches.

    Never.

    It advocates everything my parents taught me never to do.

    Perhaps that means I will go down with rest who refuse to adopt their tactics.

    But I am going to look my enemy in the eyes, and they will know who I am in the same way I know who they are.

  • Why Hillary’s Alinsky Letters Matter

    09/22/2014 8:09:18 PM PDT · 22 of 25
    rlmorel to afraidfortherepublic
    "...previously unknown correspondence between Hillary Clinton and Saul Alinsky shows that Clinton has not been honest about her far-left past..."

    Utter BS. She simply doesn't talk about it, and not a single entity of the media (who is in an unspoken collusion-can't let the rubes find out) has brought it up, even though it is well known to people who care to find out. The dopes out there who watch television, read newspapers and Time don't know a single thing about it.

    And shame on all of them. All of them.

  • Why Hillary’s Alinsky Letters Matter

    09/22/2014 8:04:53 PM PDT · 21 of 25
    rlmorel to afraidfortherepublic
    A dedication in Alinsky's book:

    I understand that copies printed in the Sixties had this dedication removed, because they didn't want to alienate priests and ministers who were filling the roles of "Useful Idiots".

    I think they put the dedication to Lucifer back in when they thought it was safe to do so in later editions.

    Scum. All of them. I forced myself to read this evil, repulsive, hideous book, and in doing so, I gained a much fuller understanding of the Clintons, the Obamas, Cloward and Piven, and all liberals who worship Alinsky and his work.

  • Performance pay tax increase paid to nearly all Denver teachers

    09/22/2014 7:49:17 PM PDT · 8 of 11
    rlmorel to george76

    Why on earth is anyone even surprised by this?

    Unions are destructive. Liberal legislators are prostitutes.

    In combination, they are corruption incarnate.

  • Missing Afghan soldiers found at Canadian border near Niagara Falls

    09/22/2014 3:03:37 PM PDT · 75 of 81
    rlmorel to BatGuano

    Me too. Same thing.

  • Missing Afghan soldiers found at Canadian border near Niagara Falls

    09/22/2014 3:02:40 PM PDT · 74 of 81
    rlmorel to raccoonradio; GraceG

    That movie didn’t do that well, but I thought it sure had some hilarious parts, like the one in the linked video!

  • Missing Afghan soldiers found at Canadian border near Niagara Falls

    09/22/2014 3:01:52 PM PDT · 73 of 81
    rlmorel to woodbutcher1963

    LOL...Pure Gold! Er...Platinum!

  • Sports Drive-Bys Question Roger Goodell Like a Republican President

    09/22/2014 2:55:32 PM PDT · 29 of 30
    rlmorel to Norm Lenhart

    Post of the Day.