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Well, the odds of being killed by a lightning strike or a dog bite are twice as much as being killed by a "far right" "anti-government" extremist according to the START consortium at the U. of Maryland. Meanwhile, the most frequent form of terrorism in the U.S. is eco-terrorism, and Islamoterrorism is over 50 times more deadly than any other form of terrorism. In fact, we're looking at fewer than ten deaths from far right terrorism since Oklahoma City bombing (the huge outlier case), and numerous cases where the left tried to pin mass shootings and bombings on the far right and failed.Why? Because leftists are liars, smear merchants, and bigots by nature, that's why. They have no explanation for why anyone would oppose their totalitarian agenda except for they're "violent" and they're "haters." Whatever, clowns.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.newrepublic.com/article/118067/las-vegas-shooters-right-wing-beliefs-inflamed-gop
When America is acting more communist than the EU and socialists like Dilma Roussef, there's a real problem.
1 year, 4 months ago on Access denied | The Cable
@Larry Orren Yeah, courtesy of the New York Times, braniac.
1 year, 4 months ago on Not a joke, The New York Times reports that “kickbacks and bribes” are legal now in Obamacare
@Dwight Payne It's from the New York Times, dumbf___.
Just making official what we know about Democrats all along: they bribe voters with other people's money to vote for them. They prefer to get the money from non-voters (notice that billionaire lefties are mostly exempt) and stick their opposition with the bill for their "generosity."
This all boils down to a bunch of Democrats slamming a Republican. Obama was never held to any standard about his foreign policy comments or decisions made before or during office. Whether it be his talks about an Austrian language, the Arab Spring debacle, projecting weakness, and on and on. That is a fact. You know it's true. Now get over it.
1 year, 5 months ago on Mitt Romney is living every social scientist's nightmare | Daniel W. Drezner
Snoop Prez... that was pretty damn good
1 year, 9 months ago on [AUDIO] Bo Snerdley’s latest Official Obama Criticizer monologue
Juan apparently wants to get fired from a second network, this time for spouting untruths on air. You're not at PBS anymore, Juan.
1 year, 10 months ago on HUH? – Juan Williams: Eric Holder had nothing to do with James Rosen case
Suckers... the entire American left. You fools are brain-washed, seditious jackasses, who are basically doing everything America's enemies want you to do. There should be a tenth ring of hell for you traitors.
2 years, 1 month ago on Russia’sn foreign minister still hasn’t called Kerry back | The Cable
@ChrisNBama There's nothing "fundamentalist" about acknowledging the reality that the Obama administration did not directly call the Benghazi attack an "act of terror" (which would be expected of the event, just like the Fort Hood act of "workplace violence") while attempting to blame a protest that didn't happen regarding a video that was mere pretext for embassy uprisings (like in Cairo, which was partly planned by terrorist group Jamaa Islamiyah as early as August 30th). What is "fundamentalist" is the cult of personality surrounding this abject failure of a president, who not only failed to turn around the economy as promised according to his administration's own metrics, but has continued the same Bush policies in the main that frothing-at-the-mouth liberals were hysterically bemoaning just months before he came into office. Cognitive dissonance, much?
2 years, 5 months ago on Conversation @ http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/10/16/obama_did_call_benghazi_attack_an_act_of_terror_in_colorado
@West Texan@RogueOperator1@bitronictech@Michael Boldin@west Well, allow me retort (Samuel L. Jackson voice):
<a href=https://beatobama.us/tenth-amendment/virginia-house-nullifies-ndaas-indefinite-detention-provision>Virginia House Nullifies NDAA’s Indefinite Detention Provision</a>
3 years, 1 month ago on Nullify the NDAA: Virginia House Bill 1160
@West Texan@bitronictech@Michael Boldin@west You are correct West Texan, the text is quite explicit. However, the Virginia bill reasserts State's rights and individual rights in a manner than is not quite redundant, and is more in accordance with The Constitution than the NDAA. There is a slight gray area in the NDAA that politicians acknowledged would be left to court interpretation. If a State legislature with jurisdiction for its own people clarifies the law, then that signals to the federal government that it plans to side with The Constitution as ratified and amended by the said State.
@West Texan Why don't you expand on this? I don't agree with the hysteria on NDAA either, after having read the text and compared it to the Constitutional laws on insurrection and laws on habeas corpus, the Virginia bill is a good one because it steps in legislatively where there seemed to be a gray area in U.S case law.