Posts by Talisker

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  • And What If It Comes Down To Cruz VS Clinton.Cruz Will Obliterate Hillary.

    09/20/2014 5:25:54 PM PDT · 11 of 16
    Talisker to plain talk
    I wish but I doubt Cruz makes it past the RINOs.

    That is indeed their jobs.

  • Nvidia sinks moon landing hoax using virtual light

    09/20/2014 5:21:15 PM PDT · 74 of 74
    Talisker to cuban leaf
    And the Holocaust deniers. I forgot to mention them.

    Who is a holocaust denier?

  • Why I Hope to Die at 75

    09/20/2014 5:20:20 PM PDT · 86 of 86
    Talisker to baltiless
    See my reply at # 85, it applies to you too.
  • Why I Hope to Die at 75

    09/20/2014 5:19:22 PM PDT · 85 of 86
    Talisker to Sherman Logan
    Untrue. Not only is he not calling for either of these, openly or not, he's openly saying he's opposed to them... Why can't you argue with what the man is saying, not build strawmen out of lies and then argue with them?

    Why can't you read between the two thick black lines that have a hundred other lines between them pointing straight at each other? The entire purpose and point of this article, written by someone with the most Left-wing possible agenda and intimately involved in actually creating what are being "straw-manned" as "healthcare" laws, is to acclimatize people to the idea that they will be terminated at a certain age by the government.

    Wake the hell up - he said he was against this, in THIS article? And you see no contradiction requiring political interpretation based on Leftist agendas that are historically based on passing laws for mass murder? This is the same guy who helped make and support Obamacare. This is the guy who believes gun ownership is a healthcare issue. AND - this is the guy who is now talking about making the amount of years anyone lives subject to suicide for his own personal altruistic, nonselfish reasons - and you believe him when he says he's just talking about his own personal feelings applied only to himself? Buy a clue.

  • 3 Ways to Pray for Our Enemies

    09/20/2014 5:07:50 PM PDT · 5 of 5
    Talisker to HarleyD

    “Love thy enemy” also means to fight without hatred. To fight because you are following God’s law, and that’s all. To disengage from personal rancor and pray for the person who has fallen into so much evil that you are required to fight them, without taking it personally.

    Needless to say, it’s easier said than done.

    But it’s also the flip side of not fighting back and letting evil people walk all over you simply because liberals keep insisting that Jesus was a wimp. And is it really all that confusing that evil interprets this teachng as not fighting back at all? Otherwise it would get its @ss kicked.

  • The Kraken Unleashed: Are We Ready to Fight the Beast?

    09/20/2014 11:56:42 AM PDT · 16 of 24
    Talisker to NYer
    “Who could ever conceive of atrocities like those we are seeing executed in the name of religion?”

    A Catholic priest writes that, and then invokes Arianism as the evil being faced today?

    Sometimes hypocrisy is so profound it leaves me breathless, and this is of those times. Because some of the most horrific "atrocities ever committed in the name of religion" was done BY the Catholic Church against the Arian Cathars. Forty years of systematic butchery of over a million people, the extermination of an entire race and religion, done just as brutally as anything the Muslims do. And this priest damn well knows it.

    Well maybe, "father," one of the reasons we're having to deal with this liberal/Muslim atrocity now is because God is not pleased with this level of hypocrisy. That after all these years, Catholics STILL try to justify that savagery only proves how deeply they know they sinned - and how arrogantly they still refuse to admit it.

    It's sickening. And it represents an unpenitant, condemning, hateful and hypocritical attitude that goes a long way in explaining the "mystery" of why so many liberals have turned away from Christianity.

    The most blind are those who will not see.

    But God is not mocked - there is no escape from Divine Justice by ANYONE.

  • Proof That Sarah Palin Derangement Syndrome Is Real

    09/20/2014 11:29:22 AM PDT · 18 of 38
    Talisker to Kaslin
    "In a world with few sane liberals, Jeffrey Goldberg is a sane liberal."

    I don't think that word, "liberal," means what you think it means.

  • Why I Hope to Die at 75

    09/20/2014 9:27:59 AM PDT · 73 of 86
    Talisker to baltiless
    Exactly right. Prolonging life for the sake of prolonging life has always seemed to me to be somewhat narcissistic. My family and friends know exactly where to find me if I become a terminal case without hope (or only the remotest imaginable hope) of getting well enough to truly live, and it won’t be in a hospital bed watching the dollars fly out the window.

    What does that have to do with telling the entire population of the United States that they will all be executed on their 75th birthdays?

  • Why I Hope to Die at 75

    09/20/2014 9:19:36 AM PDT · 72 of 86
    Talisker to palmer
    Most of the comments here are ad hom and the man and his brothers well deserve that. But his arguments against medical intervention are valid. Most of the “life-prolonging” treatments that he will forgo are hack and slash and irradiate followed tons and tons of drugs. None of those things are good for holistic health and quality of life.

    The point is the government deciding to withhold medical care while the elite continue to get every shred of it they want. It's a freedom vs. totalitarian death camp thing you obviously don't understand.

  • Why I Hope to Die at 75

    09/20/2014 9:04:10 AM PDT · 69 of 86
    Talisker to Sherman Logan
    Fine. But why are his arguments wrong?

    You mean besides the fact that they are openly calling for suicide and justifying government mass murder on behalf of totalitarian collectivism, the reversal morality, and the death of America and with it human civilization?

  • Nvidia sinks moon landing hoax using virtual light

    09/20/2014 8:42:03 AM PDT · 43 of 74
    Talisker to cuban leaf; relictele
    relictele: Conspiracy nuts are just that but the ‘moon landing hoax army’ are an especially irritating lot

    cuban leaf: My take too. It requires a special kind of stupid.

    Well then, I'm sure fear of your mutual derision will prevent any further exploration of the subject.


  • Budget Chief: Denying Climate Change ‘Makes You a Member of the Flat Earth Society’

    09/20/2014 8:26:19 AM PDT · 18 of 41
    Talisker to rktman

    He’s just broadcasting the latest talking points for liberals.

    They are children. They need their ever-changing taunt-of-the-week to stand in for rational thought.

    America is being murdered by fifty million so-called adults chanting “neener-neener” while claiming to be intellectually superior.

  • The Struggle Against the Black Mass, From Oklahoma Archbishop's Perspective

    09/19/2014 4:10:28 PM PDT · 7 of 45
    Talisker to NYer

    Satanism is not a 1st Amendment religion - that’s your legal argument. Take it all the way to SCOTUS. Get ‘er done.

  • Democrats Reprise 'War on Women' Case Against Republicans

    09/19/2014 4:06:48 PM PDT · 3 of 15
    Talisker to Oldeconomybuyer

    He should just clarify by explaining that he doesn’t think she’s bad in math - his actual point is that he thinks she’s good in math and that she’s a bald-faced liar about her numbers.

  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 9:11:58 PM PDT · 170 of 262
    Talisker to goldstategop

    I think it’s because they are TOO young. Before they leave home, they will want to keep the “home” intact. Only after leaving home at 18+ when they’ve been on their own awhile do they want “independence.” That’s why I think making the vote that young was a setup in order to get more “no” votes. Pretty sneaky setup, too.

  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 8:54:44 PM PDT · 150 of 262
    Talisker to goldstategop
    But teens apparently didn’t buy it.

    You mean they didn't vote, or that they voted No? Because if they voted it seems to be No.

  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 8:48:23 PM PDT · 145 of 262
    Talisker to bd476
    Also it's a bit disconcerting that teenagers younger than 18 are eligible to vote.

    That's the part that really sticks out for me - that's a sandbag. But which direction? On the one hand, young people "want to be independant." On the other hand, TOO young of a person "wants to get along" and also doesn't want to lose their familiy identification. So I believe some extremely professional level metrics were done on this issue by whomever pushed for this age of voter, in order to swing the election to their choice - apparently to "no."

  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 8:45:07 PM PDT · 140 of 262
    Talisker to goldstategop
    Scotland will get more powers and money from London. For a shakedown, its paying off quite handsomely.

    Now that does indeed ring some realpolitik bells.

  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 8:03:35 PM PDT · 81 of 262
    Talisker to Talisker
  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 8:01:29 PM PDT · 79 of 262
    Talisker to blueyon

    51% - NO
    49% - YES

  • Obamacare Creator: Die At 75!

    09/18/2014 7:48:30 PM PDT · 64 of 120
    Talisker to mrsmel
    So much for the left’s loud proclamations of “choice”. Why is it that their “choice” always entails someone else’s death?

    Because what they are about is killing people, not choice. Choice is just the most current meme that gets people to go along with them trying to kill everyone. Come up with a better meme, and they'll drop choice and take the new one - they don't care.

  • Al Gore: Climate Skepticism Will Haunt Republicans in 2016

    09/18/2014 7:42:26 PM PDT · 15 of 47
    Talisker to 2ndDivisionVet
    Has he ever been right about anything?

    I don't think he's paid to be right.

  • Homegrown jihadist shoots N.J. teen 8 times, calling it a ‘just kill’: report #BrendanTevlin

    09/18/2014 7:32:32 PM PDT · 17 of 107
    Talisker to Diago the investigation continued it was discovered that Mr. Brown had undergone extensive Jihad training in California...

    In between kicking in doors of jaywalkers, maybe a SWAT team could be sent in a few of their tanks to investigate American-based jihad training operations that are starting to produce Muslim mass murderers?

    Just a thought.

  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 7:20:37 PM PDT · 52 of 262
    Talisker to blackdog
    Those Black Panther poll watchers on location IN Scotland?

    Scottish Referendum Preview: In 170 Years, Voters Chose "Independence" 88% Of The Time

  • Holocaust Gas Chambers At Sobibor Death Camp Discovered

    09/18/2014 7:12:35 PM PDT · 39 of 41
    Talisker to HenpeckedCon
    It's a$$holes like you who give a bad name to good FReepers.

    Liberals bring foul mouths to Free Republic. They can't help themselves. Then they quote Nazi commanders to support their "truths." They can't help themselves with that, either. Finally, they misuse quotes, like you did. I already accept that some gassing was done with trucks and motor exhaust. I very specifically questioned the poison gas chambers only. That's it. A single mechanism of mass murder, not the fact of the mass murders of the holocaust. And for that, I get your mental vomit, and a quote which very carefully does NOT specify the percentage of "gassing," which could easily just mean the truck exhausts. Also, he says that two and a half million victims were executed BY "gassing and burning." But they didn't burn people alive in the camps - that's how they disposed of the bodies, right? So why didn't he say that those who died from starvation and disease were ALSO burned?

    I'll tell you why - because he was a captured Nazi who signed what he was told to sign, and so your reference is meaningless because it makes no sense taken verbatim.

    Ultimate here's what you're cursing me over, you collectivist filth-mouth - I am agreeing that million of Jews were murdered in the camps. I am merely disagreeing on the particular method of their murders, and saying that I believe they were killed like all of the rest of the murdered prisoners - through starvation, disease, overwork, hanging and shooting. Isn't that enough?!

    Yet THAT is the big bad thing you literally curse me over. So why is it so important that the Jews were killed differently than everyone else? Isn't the killing the important part? Isn't that the heinous crime? Aren't the deaths of the millions of Slovacs - Poles, Ukranians, Hungarians, Bulgarians, Czechoslovakians, Turks, and everyone else just as horrific? Weren't their lives just as precious?

    Crawl back to the hive and get more instructions.

  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 6:59:31 PM PDT · 36 of 262
    Talisker to goldstategop
    No one in Scotland can claim the result wasn’t free and fair. It was an unequivocal repudiation of independence by a decisive margin. That closes the door on the issue for a long time.


  • Holocaust Gas Chambers At Sobibor Death Camp Discovered

    09/18/2014 2:41:20 PM PDT · 37 of 41
    Talisker to flaglady47
    Oh, I don’t know about that. Indeed, I don’t know about that. Something smells rotten in Denmark.

    What you smell is your agenda.

    And I agree, it stinks.

  • Holocaust Gas Chambers At Sobibor Death Camp Discovered

    09/18/2014 2:39:59 PM PDT · 36 of 41
    Talisker to BereanBrain
    You are not convinced for some reason other than facts. Did you read the lengthy article I posted? It covers your “technical” concerns, and has interviews with Nazi guards, and testimony from war crimes trials. In any court in the world (even Germany) it is admitted the Nazis used gas to kill millions. Facts are stubborn things.

    I've read many lengthy articles, including yours. They don't all line up with their "facts" - even yours. And no, your article did not completely address all of my technical concerns. I don't care to debate it - you're convinced, I'm not. It has nothing to do with the reality of the holocaust, just one particular method of killing among many. This is not a monolithic subject - "accept it all or you're a denier." Yet that's what it's become, and to enforce it, a person cannot even ask specific questions nor point out specific discrepencies. I mentioned the political reasons for this, I'm fairly confident they are correct. But I'm not even interested in discussing the evidence right now -that's not my point. My point is that the lie about the gas has now become a method against Israel for Muslims and others to reject the holocaust entirely - to throw the baby out with the bathwater, so to speak. That is my actual issue.


    09/18/2014 2:30:38 PM PDT · 77 of 184
    Talisker to Hugin
    Scotland is overwhelmingly socialist. There isn’t one tory MP from Scotland. So they will go socialist. The upside is, without the Scottish vote, the Labour Party will have zero chance of winning in England in the foreseeable future. Probably why the English press is against it.

    So a split would probably drive "independent" but socialist Scotland to the EU, and give the then tory-dominant Britain more power against the EU, perhaps enough to win a vote out of it. So is tory Britain behind this, like a trapped animal chewing it's leg off to get away? And does that represent an even deeper dynamic of trapped factions doing what they can to escape a globalist collectivism? And yet, the idea of Britain being conservative seems impossible these days because of what it has become - but is that exactly the results that have been brought about by the Labour/socialists that the tories want to reverse? Whatever the case, this isn't just arising frm Scotland, and it's not as straighforward as it appears.

    “There, Mr. Holmes, you take me into regions of high international politics. But if you consider the European situation you will have no difficulty in perceiving the motive. The whole of Europe is an armed camp. There is a double league which makes a fair balance of military power. Great Britain holds the scales. If Britain were driven into war with one confederacy, it would assure the supremacy of the other confederacy, whether they joined in the war or not. Do you follow?” - The Adventure of the Second Stain by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • Is My Grandson Unusual? (Vanity)

    09/18/2014 2:05:35 PM PDT · 42 of 68
    Talisker to cuban leaf

    TMI x 2

  • New 'Novorossiya' General Korsun Vows to Install Harsh Soviet-like System

    09/17/2014 11:51:12 PM PDT · 31 of 33
    Talisker to free_life
    Putin is determined to outdo Stalin.

    He'll have to pass Hillary to do that.

  • The War on Poverty After 50 Years (has cost tax payers to date $22 Trillion)

    09/17/2014 11:08:59 PM PDT · 46 of 47
    Talisker to skeeter
    Imagine what we average Americans could've done with that 22 trillion of our's that the government appropriated. How many kids educated; how many inventions, jobs and charities could that money have funded.

    I was just thinking about that. It's staggering.

  • At tense VA hearing, doctors link delay to patient death

    09/17/2014 11:06:52 PM PDT · 2 of 2
    Talisker to Rabin
    The committee has also requested testimony from Sharon Helman, the director of the Phoenix VA Health Care System, who has taken heavy criticism for her role in the scandal, but she did not appear at the hearing.

    Isn't that contempt of Congress?

    Sounds like a good hearing, anyway.

  • Holocaust Gas Chambers At Sobibor Death Camp Discovered

    09/17/2014 10:58:49 PM PDT · 25 of 41
    Talisker to Kennard; Irish Eyes; BereanBrain; Still Thinking
    Kennard: So, in your estimation, how were the killings carried out?

    Irish Eyes: You might be interested in some (holocaust denial) reading

    BereanBrain: You sir, are on the slippery slope of denial.

    Still Thinking: That’s interesting. My comment was aimed at Holocaust denial on general rather than gas chambers in particular.

    I wrote my post very carefully. Every word counts and addresses all these issues. You all want to start slinging holocaust denial at me, you're flat-out lying about my actual words. I won't go into a defense of each of my specifics, Google is your friend. It's called a complex subject that has heavy political overtones and self-righteous blowhards all over it, and I'm not interested.

    But I will say this. I'm Polish, and there's no Polish holocaust memorial in D.C. and I know damn well there's never going to be one - and I know why. Because politically, Jewish holocaust victims count more than Polish holocaust victims, that's why. Not only did Poles die in death camps, they had their country flattened and entire villiges murdered and bulldozed. I don't need lectures on the evils of Nazism by people who want the Jews deaths to count more than anyone elses - they don't. And I'm not convinced, after a lot of reading, that poison gas was used to any statistically significant degree in the camps, nor that the actual camp structures evidence its use, at least anywhere near the degree it's claimed.

    And it simply wasn't necessary. Starvation, disease, overwork, hangings and shootings were plenty efficient. You don't need anything else - unless you need to make a special group of people seem like they suffered more than anyone else, so that you can argue they deserve their own country.

    Even then, I'm not saying that wasn't politically necessary. The USA and Canada and many countries turned down most, if not all Jewish refugees when the Nazis offered them to the world. So without some compelling distinction, I can see the thinking that the Jews would be just as stateless after WWII as they were before it, unless they claimed something dramatic to get world support for the (re)creation of Israel. Not to mention that Israel happens to BE the Jewish homeland in the first place. So there's all that, and it's valid.

    But no, I'm not convinced at all that poisoned gas was used to any significant degree in the camps for mass murder purposes, and no, that's not holocaust denial at all. It's a discussion of something that I believe is untrue, unnecessary and - IN FACT - is used by REAL holocaust deniers to prop up the rest of their claims with a factoid. In other words, like in most things, the lie is the problem.

    Specific words mean specific things, so stop circling like vultures. You're welcome to contribute critical thinking, but keep your claws in and think through what I'm trying to communicate here. It's not what your knees are jerking towards.

  • Holocaust Gas Chambers At Sobibor Death Camp Discovered

    09/17/2014 8:54:06 PM PDT · 19 of 41
    Talisker to Still Thinking
    A pox on those who’d try to claim it never happened.

    Interesting you should post that immediately. Nothing in this article brings up that subject.

    A holocaust happened, certainly. HOW it happened is subject to discussion and examination. Shooting, hanging, starvation, work exhaustion and disease accounts for staggering numbers. But the numbers themselves have been shown to have been inflated and massaged many times. And besides Jews, there were millions and millions of Slavic people who were murdered one way or another who are never mentioned in these accounts. All we ever hear about are the six million Jews, and not the millions of others who were murdered in these terrible places.

    But poison gas? Poison gas has inescapable technical problems - as in if the murderer does it wrong, they kill themselves, too. In vehicles it was done with the exhaust sometimes, because the vehicles could be sealed off. But I have my doubts about the classic Zyklon B in the fake shower rooms. NONE of the supposed extermination chambers were properly sealed and would have poisoned everyone in the camp if they were used for poison gas. Plus commissaries and medical stations were literally next door to these buildings. Also, the gas makes a stain on concrete that is not present inside the supposed killing chambers, where it should be coated with it after millions of deaths. As well, it would have taken a huge amount of time to air the gas safely after each extermination session, and the numbers don't support that timeframe. The only places we've found where we know Zyklon B was used is in small disinfectant rooms for clothes, to try to stop epidemics from happening. And as for the ovens, the size of the ash dumps from them simply don't support their number claims - nor the known time it takes to cremate bodies, nor explain why so much fuel would have been used during wartime for this compared to the needs of the German Army.

    Yet history also conclusively shows that Nazi concentration camps were indeed mass killing machines, and millions died in them of shooting, hanging, starvation, work exhaustion and disease. Those who deny this are either fools or enemies of civilization. But the specific mechanism of using poison gas for mass death chambers is an unverified addition to the many hideous realities of these death camps, IMO, that has not withstood careful scrutiny over time and which invoke many contradictions.

    What many people don't know is that some of these same death camps also had things like art clubs, a swimming pool for inmates, a band that played regular concerts by and for the inmates, and medical centers for the ill. Not that this made the places a resort - rather, these things make no sense whatsoever under the typical storyline. In fact, they are utterly bizarre. But so were the Nazis. Because besides being totalitarian collectivists and murderers, the Nazis were also a weird black magic cult that followed certain precepts of their own. They'd kill at the drop of a hat, and at the same time help a little old lady across the street if she was the right race and loyalty, or not shoot someone but starve them to death in they were something else. So they were not just insane, but complexly insane, and the world would do well to study that insanity more carefully to pick out the patterns for identification where they spring up somewhere else.

  • Archbishop of Canterbury: My Doubts About Existence of God

    09/17/2014 6:44:21 PM PDT · 3 of 45
    Talisker to marshmallow

    Well since you’re being honest and everything, you could acknowledge that you’re unfit for that particular job and resign.

  • Joe Biden Refers to Asia as the ‘Orient’

    09/17/2014 6:12:07 PM PDT · 29 of 58
    Talisker to Nachum
    The terms “orient” and “oriental” are considered widely outdated and offensive to Asians.

    This is absolute crap. The terms terms “orient” and “oriental” were discarded for "asian" so that Muslims could be called "asian" instead of identified as Muslim. If anything, discarding “orient” and “oriental” is racist as hell - what do Chinese and Japanese and Korean have to do with Indian and Afghani? Zero. In fact, they diverge very markedly from each other. Who the hell are white liberals to decide the description of races all over the world solely for their political machinations - and what the hell is wrong with the members of all these different races that they don't tell liberals to go to hell?

    And while I'm on it, there just so happens to be one or two genetic differences betwen "white" people, too. And black people. And everyone, dammit.

    Vile, stinking, scheming, manipulative liberals.

  • Democrats turn on Debbie Wasserman Schultz

    09/17/2014 5:04:21 PM PDT · 40 of 53
    Talisker to Liz

    Hillary, silly. Illegal Mexicans are guaranteed Rat votes for 2016. That's why Debbie Mayonnaise is under attack, too - she's a Hillary operative.

    Get out the popcorn, Her Thighness is sneaking up, like a poisonous hippo in a mud bog. Look the other way and act busy, it's supposed to be a secret.

  • Why are liberals so vehemently, rabidly against Scotland's Independence? (Vanity)

    09/17/2014 1:33:16 PM PDT · 36 of 73
    Talisker to Talisker

    And as for who wants Scottish independence, no matter what it is called or what Scotland’s legal position will be, liberals will ONLY want it if, in fact, it leads to more collectivism SOME HOW.

    For example, there’s an 18 month transition window if they vote for independence. In that time, to “save Great Britain,” the British Parliament can use Scotland as an excuse to pass all sorts of more socialist laws, especially to attack the anti-EU factions in GB. All to “reach a compromise” with Scotland. Or, the fact of Scotland breaking off will, despite current talk of abandonment, enable Scotland to create economic pressure on Britain to change its policies to be more collectivist.

    The irony, of course, is that anyone can even remotely see million-camera, disarmed, Muslim-infiltrated, NHS-locked, heritage-abandoned England as not collectivist enough - I don’t. That’s why I suspect the Crown is behind this whole thing as a series of chess moves to either crank GB tighter into the EU, or use Scotland as a wedge to simply force Brits into a level of collectivism they can’t even imagine yet.

  • Why are liberals so vehemently, rabidly against Scotland's Independence? (Vanity)

    09/17/2014 1:15:08 PM PDT · 29 of 73
    Talisker to paladinan

    Liberals are collectivists.

    Scotland wants independence.

    End of subject.

    No issues matter except that one.

    If hanging together in a liferaft meant being sucked down into a bottomless pit, and you jumped out of the raft onto the shore and encouraged everyone else to do the same thing, the last you’d see of every liberal on the raft is their red-faced screaming at you that you are a traitor, howling damnation at you as they were sucked to their doom.

    Liberals have ONE issue - The Group.

    To them, every other aspect of life is totally irrelevant. What conservatives simply cannot grasp is that total extremity of mental illness. That’s why liberals claim to care so much about issues, yet at the same time will dump them without a care or hesitation for the latest new approved position statements. Because they don’t really care about issues and see people who do as complete morons. What they see as important is supporting the group’s issue requirements at any particular time, which is a COMPLETELY different thing.

    Because to them, issues come and go, but obedience is forever. And that, to them, is the ONLY issue in the whole world. They are like six year old children terrified of losing their mommies - which is where the whole soccer-mom thing comes from. It keeps liberal women in a permanent schizophrenic state. Half totalitarian rejection-punishment mother-from-hell, and half as their own emotional victim-child. And why? Because their so-called “women’s groups” demand it, to keep them psychologically crippled. After that’s established, they are told to hate men, get a divorce, and vote communist-for-safety because they are by then anti-depressant-popping, wine-chugging wrecks who can’t piss without permission.

    That’s why EVERYTHING ELSE THEY DO is to hide and deny the true level of insanity that grips their very souls. They are mind slaves beyond your comprehension, through a very nasty form of Stockholm Syndrome called “Feminism.”

  • United Nations Names Leonardo DiCaprio Messenger of Peace

    09/17/2014 10:27:52 AM PDT · 31 of 35
    Talisker to rktman

    Leo who?

  • Top 10 myths about the Constitution on Constitution Day

    09/17/2014 10:11:28 AM PDT · 12 of 16
    Talisker to EveningStar

    The Constitution is not dead, and it has not been replaced. It still has its full power, because at root it does not create rights, it acknowledges that they already exist. Well, they still exist and so does the Constitution that acknowledges them.

    They just aren’t being used. Instead, another system that redefines the words of the Constitution is being used. And very few people want to learn how that is possible. So, it continues.

    But nothing is wrong with the original except neglect, disinterest, and laziness.

  • Cow Born with 3 Eyes in Tamil Nadu Worshipped as Shiva's Incarnation

    09/17/2014 9:55:00 AM PDT · 21 of 38
    Talisker to GraceG
    Who’s a hungry diety? open up for the vimana!

    (Makes Airplane flying noises)


  • The Fade-Out of the Fade-Out in Popular Music

    09/16/2014 9:07:57 PM PDT · 42 of 61
    Talisker to Gil4
    A friend of mine saw Deep Purple back in the early or mid 80’s, and they were wishing for a fade-out on one song. (I couldn’t tell you which one.) Apparently they got stuck in a loop and none of them could remember how to end the song, so they finally just stopped and apologized for not knowing the ending.


    Lots and lots and lots of drugs.

    But great music...

  • The Mysterious Moderate Muslim

    09/16/2014 8:19:11 PM PDT · 37 of 44
    Talisker to publius911
    Among The Believers, by V.S. Naipaul, 1981, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

    I can't recommend this book too highly.

    Thanks for the recommendation. FYI, I found a free eBook version immediately when I Googled it from

  • The Mysterious Moderate Muslim

    09/16/2014 8:08:49 PM PDT · 36 of 44
    Talisker to publius911

    Yep. I cleaned it up in post #6.

  • Cat Stevens Doing First US Tour Since 1976

    09/16/2014 8:06:55 PM PDT · 25 of 85
    Talisker to Enterprise

    His conversion was a sad thing. He used to make incredibly beautiful music. Now what does his music matter, when he supports the murder of billions?

  • Ships without crew set for the seas

    09/16/2014 3:02:37 PM PDT · 61 of 62
    Talisker to discostu
    Eliminate the humans, eliminate their errors.

    As I pointed out, humans aren't out of the loop - they're just taken away from the scene and made unable to interact with any problems that arise.

    Then of course there's that freedom thing, the world run by faceless people running automated programs "for safety."

    I also pointed out how your "final solutions" heavily involve "getting rid of the humans."

    Historically, a lot of people have shared your "vision," with pretty much unanimous results. And they've all used that "will to power" type of speech like you do - "A lot of people not only see this as doable, we understand that it is inevitable and will be happening very soon."

    Inevitable is a big word, you might say a historically big word. You prepared to crack a few eggs to make your omelette? Something tells me you are.

  • Armored Tank [sic], Grenade Launchers At Disposal Of LAUSD Police Force

    09/16/2014 2:55:04 PM PDT · 35 of 35
    Talisker to Balding_Eagle
    You do understand that the vehicle has been given to a local police department?

    Uh yeah, that's what's called "the issue here."

  • The Mysterious Moderate Muslim

    09/16/2014 2:51:46 PM PDT · 12 of 44
    Talisker to Southack
    It’s an uninformed, uneducated, idiotic opinion piece. In contrast, anyone paying attention to the Lebanese moderates rising up and throwing out Hezbollah’s rule of Beirut (the Cedar Revolution) and then watching Egypt’s 80+ million moderates throw out the radical Muslim Brotherhood would realize an entirely more worldly and realistic view.

    Nonsense - it is based on the educated study of the actual teachings of Islam the the Koran. You merely reference the difference between various factional Islamic political strategies, especially over the use of taqqiya. But they all have the same ultimate goal, and none of them eliminate the atrocities of religious murder, genital mutilation, slavery or jihad in fundamental intent.