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We Are the 13%

Posted by V the K at 9:16 pm - June 30, 2016.
Filed under: End of Human Race

According to PPP, 13% of voters would prefer an Extinction Level Event to a Hillary or Trump presidency.

“It’s a simple reality that both of this year’s Presidential candidates are unpopular. Clinton’s favorability is 39/54, and Trump is even worse off at 35/58. This has given rise to the ‘Giant Meteor for President’ movement, and we find that the Meteor would poll at 13%- far more support than the third party candidates actually on the ballot- with Clinton at 43% and Trump at 38%. The Meteor is particularly appealing to independent voters 27% to 35% for Clinton and 31% for Trump,”

If you spend any time on Twitter, DailyKos, or the comments section of any left-leaning website, the complete annihilation of the human race starts to look pretty good.

More Gheys Choosing Self-Defense Over Dancing

Posted by V the K at 7:28 pm - June 30, 2016.
Filed under: Gun Control

Even as Democrats promoted the Narrative that the Orlando Disco Massacre had nothing to do with Mohammedanism (despite being the latest in a string of terror attacks undertaken by Mohammedans in the name of Islam) and the Narrative that guns are evil and only evil people want to own guns, and even as over 100 congressional Democrats threw a temper tantrum on the House Floor demanding that the Government be allowed to use a secret, unconstitutional list to strip Americans of their right to self-defense… Gheys have been buying guns in record numbers.

Gun shops typically see a spike in customers after mass shootings. But this time, many are seeing shoppers they’ve never really seen before: More gays and lesbians.

Mike Smith, a firearms instructor in Colorado Springs, is one of many closely tracking the sudden surge in gays and lesbians buying weapons.

The Pink Pistols is a national gun club for gays and lesbians. It saw its membership soar from about 1,500 members on Saturday to 3,500 on Monday.

Dozens of new chapters are springing up, including one Smith is creating in Colorado Springs. He said it’s something he feels compelled to do, even though he’s heterosexual.

“I look at it as a disenfranchised minority that needs someone who’s willing to say I’m a resource who’s here and willing to help,” he said.

In other words, they are not trusting Obama’s Department of Homeland Security, Obama’s FBI, or Obama’s vetting of Mohammedan colonists to protect them.

Wise choice.

Update:  Speaking of Islamist colonists, three of them were convicted in Minneapolis yesterday of conspiring to join ISIS and commit terrorist acts. The Democrat Media Complex has pretty much ignored the trial, but Powerline’s Scott Johnson has been reporting on it.

The evidence at trial was chilling, but in one respect the case was refreshing. It lacked the mind-numbing euphemisms imposed by the Obama administration on such matters. At trial there was no doubt about what was at issue: Islam, jihad, “martyrdom” and murder.


Posted by Jeff (ILoveCapitalism) at 6:01 pm - June 30, 2016.
Filed under: Big Government Follies,Freedom,Great Americans,Media Bias

This quote is brilliant:

If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered…. I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies…. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.

It’s usually attributed to Thomas Jefferson. It pops up on well-meaning Internet sites which favor liberty and sound money. Recent example here.

Unfortunately, Jefferson scholars say it’s a fake.

The first part of the quotation…has not been found anywhere in Thomas Jefferson’s writings…the words “inflation” and “deflation” are not documented until after Jefferson’s lifetime.

[The second and third parts are loose paraphrases of Jefferson…] The first known occurrence in print of the spurious first part with the two other quotations is in 1948…

Chalk it up to “Things that Jefferson should and probably would say, if he could see us now.” And always Google your quotes from dead people; especially if they’re too good to be true.

Addendum: Even though the Community Conservatives article linked above used a fake Jefferson quote, it had a number of other good things to say. For just one, it is the first place where I have seen the phrase “political/financial complex” to describe the elites who (mostly) rule us today.

I myself use (and I had the experience of coining) the phrase “Big Government / Big Banking complex.” Saying “political/financial complex” conveys the same idea – in fewer words. (But the same number of syllables. Odd.)

UPDATE and shifting topic, since this is sort of a Random Thoughts post: Here’s anti-Brexit harpie Christiane Amanpour trying to play ‘gotcha’ with Daniel Hannan of the pro-Brexit campaign, for nine minutes.

It’s a bit tragic. Hannan is clearly telling the truth and making good points. But Amanpour’s thinking is so cliched, so stuck, so “canalized” on her You Are All Racists narrative, that she can hardly let him talk, and ends up interviewing herself. She must have felt that she was scoring points on Hannan; others of us shake our heads at her foolishness and incompetence.

Journalist Is Shocked … SHOCKED… to Learn that Democrats Used Him as a Propaganda Tool

Posted by V the K at 10:09 am - June 30, 2016.
Filed under: Media Bias

A Media Operative who covered the Democrats’ Gun Control Tantrum on the floor of the House of Representatives now says he feels like a ‘Stooge’ for letting the Democrats use him to promote their agenda, and now he feels dirty about it.

USA Today’s Washington correspondent Paul Singer is calling himself a “stooge” for covering the House Democrats’ anti-gun sit-in last week, saying the moment that representatives cheered the press for its coverage of the “stunt” was one of the most embarrassing moments of his journalism career.

The lawmakers then turned to the galleries and thanked the visitors for their support, and everybody cheered some more. That was another no-no — lawmakers are prohibited from acknowledging the galleries from the floor,” Mr. Singer wrote.

“And then, my moment of shame,” he continued. “Someone on the floor called out thanks to the press, saying our reporting had spread the word and fueled their protest. The 100-or-so Members of Congress on the floor and the several hundred partisans in the gallery cheered for us. My colleagues and I were mortified.”

Mr. Singer said he didn’t want any credit for “helping Democrats perpetrate what Republicans correctly labeled a ‘stunt.’”

It’s just now sinking into this “professional journalist” that the Democrat Party is just using him? Maybe the twenty-dollar bill Democrat politicians leave on his dresser after an ‘interview’ should have clued him in a long time ago.

Contra the Twink-Who-Just-Wants-to-Dance

Posted by V the K at 7:47 am - June 30, 2016.
Filed under: Gun Control

Concealed Carry permit holder stops would be multiple-murderer outside a nightclub in South Carolina.

A man with a concealed carry license stopped a shooter after the latter opened fire on a crowd of people at a nightclub in South Carolina early Sunday morning

These kind of stories never get nearly the mass media coverage of those where the mass murderer manages to rack up a double-digit body count before the Police arrive at the Gun Free Victim Zone.

Meanwhile, back in an urban Democrat-run Gun Free Zone

The 43 Types of Commenters

Posted by V the K at 7:29 am - June 30, 2016.
Filed under: Blogging

Some of these seem familiar. Takes for example, #24: The Party Line.

The Party Line comment is one in which the poster simply repeats something they’ve learned – often verbatim – from another source. This can be a religious leader, a political teacher, a professor on a topic, a book, etc. The key to the Party Line comment is a lack of original thought and often even comprehension of the subject. Rather than a personal analysis, the Party Line merely repeats talking points on the topic.

And, then there’s #11: “Talking Points

The Talking Points comment is one in which a series of memes or pre packaged statements are regurgitated onto a message board or comment section. Often this is done without further comment and is sometimes even simply cut and pasted from another source.