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Posted by thelion
14 Apr 2014, 2:30 pm

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M god, even Tina Fey's comedy writers couldn't have come up with something as hilarious as the reality.
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Posted by Cannonpointer
15 Apr 2014, 5:20 am

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Str8tEdge » 15 Apr 2014 4:41 am wrote:
Wow.... You guys were right... My employer terminated my position for "stealing" work time. They had me on like three different camera angles on tape during my termination... How embarrassing. I don't know if I'll ever be able to live this down so I guess this is a FUIQUIT thread too. :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:


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Annoyed Liberall » 15 Apr 2014 2:10 pm wrote:
He is wrong. He should have been paying his fees for using the land.

However, the BLM is wrong as well. The Feds have no business confiscating his private property or having arms trained on their fellow citizens.

This could all be handled administratively. It's cost 3 mil so far to do what they have done and they look like fools.

I gotta admire the Cliven Bundy's of this world even if I don't agree with them. the guy has balls, he has convictions, he has principles, and did I mention BALLS?

I want to know how others feel about this in their hearts. Not legally, but in your hearts.


Heart AND mind is the same: Bundy is a deadbeat, in contempt of two court orders, and his "convictions" amount to hiding behind a couple of hundred lunatics he conned into protecting him, by convincing them that this is some big anti-government revolt, when it's just him being a deadbeat and an anarchist. "Confiscating" his private property amounts to removing his trespass.

He's going to lose everything and winid up in jail to boot, and he'll STILL be playing the victim card.
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18 Apr 2014, 4:10 pm

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Cannonpointer » 18 Apr 2014 3:59 pm wrote:
Misty » 18 Apr 2014 3:57 pm wrote:
One of these cowards even said that he would use his wife and kids as human shields.


Yes, an ex cop, as it happens.

So you think this ex sheriff and long time figure in the Patriot movement is working for the feds?


Google, "agent provocateur."

I did. It's a British lingerie company. :D

http://www.agentprovocateur.com/?campai ... 7Aod0mkAHA
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Posted by danobivins
21 Apr 2014, 8:01 am

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Never take anything that a poster such as endoscopy makes at face value, wharf. He lied. The cattleman's assoc has condemned Bundy.

"“In accordance with the rule of law, we must use the system set forth in our Constitution to change those laws and regulations. Nevada Cattlemen’s Association does not condone actions that are outside the law in which citizens take the law into their own hands,” the group’s statement reads."
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Posted by Cannonpointer
25 Apr 2014, 2:16 pm

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If you don't think that Bundy is a racist - or that it should matter, - then don't start threads about it - dumbass.
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25 Apr 2014, 2:17 pm

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rayj » 25 Apr 2014 2:08 pm wrote:
Just as you dopey libs claim people are a product of their upbringing, the same applies to Bundy.
He comes from a time when blacks were called negros. I see nothing wrong with what he said.


Black Marine says Clive Bundy is NOT a racist

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Below is what a black Marine has to say about the Clive Bundy comment.

Charlie Delta The media distorts information to the point of social division. This is a photo of myself and the resilient, often charismatic, and maybe not so tactful Cliven Bundy. He’s a cowboy and a helluva family man, not an orator. One thing he definitely isn’t – a racist. I found his comments to not only be NOT racist, but his own view of his experiences. Who the heck are we to determine another man’s perspective on the world around him?! Just because Picasso’s view of the world was abstract, does it negate the fact that his art was genuine?

Furthermore, if you take the time to do your own research, you’ll find that his statements about some black Americans actually hold weight. He posed a hypothetical question. He said, “I wonder IF” … Hell, I’m black and I often wonder about the same about the decline of the black family. Bottom line is that we are all slaves in this waning republic, no matter our skin color.

Mr. Bundy could have used any racial demographic as an example: Native Americans on reservations, whites in trailer parks, etc. He noticed the crippling effects of receiving government “assistance” and the long term result of accepting handouts. It’s not progress at all. I challenge Sean Hannity, Rand Paul, and others to read my comment and reconsider their position in this matter. Individual liberties are at stake here, yours and mine. THAT is the issue. Don’t let the liberal media and ignoramuses like Glenn Beck and that weasel Harry Reid make you lose sight of the real issue here: The federal government is a burgeoning behemoth and a bully on a once constitutional playground.I sincerely hope you real patriots out there who can see through the smoke.
Semper Fidelis


Read more at http://theblacksphere.net/2014/4/black-marine-clive-bundy-no-racist#TPGcOEFvBL8jGaji.99


Clive has a spare million to spend. How much do think he's paying all these black folks to pose with him?
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Posted by Cannonpointer
02 May 2014, 10:35 pm

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Instead of definitions, let's talk functions.

Look at the materials required to construct a solar panel.They cost about $200.00. Add a day's labor to that $200.00, and you've got yourself a solar panel. You could sell iffor $400.00, and you've got yourself a job. So, why isn't anyone doing it?We live in a free enterprise economy, do we not?

Not.

We live in a capitalist economy, which games the system to PREVENT free enterprise. You are not allowed to sell your solar panels without a stamp of approval from Underwriters Laboratories -and they are gate keepers for Wall Street.The cost of shaking hands with UL prevents free enterprisers from operating in that market -and the same thing is going on in almost every market. The little guy is locked out by the engineered and manipulated expense of sitting at the table - locked out. Only Wall Streeters, using OTHER PEOPLES' capital, can afford to play in the game.

We need to go back to a free enterprise economy, where the little guy does not face unsurmountable obstacles to starting a small business.
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03 May 2014, 6:02 am

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golfboy » 02 May 2014 8:16 am wrote:
No we didn't.
We kicked Iraq's asses out of Kuwait, and we bombed the hell out of their troops as they ran away, but we didn't invade Iraq.
Too bad too, because that's why we had to go back a decade later, correcting that error.


Dumbass, if you read why Cheney said we did not go, you will see that it was not a mistake at all, but statecraft an wisdom. The mistake was when we invaded, not when we declined to do so. That's obvious to all but partisan clowns.
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03 May 2014, 9:52 am

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Str8tEdge » 03 May 2014 7:20 am wrote:
Cannonpointer » 02 May 2014 10:35 pm wrote:
Instead of definitions, let's talk functions.

Look at the materials required to construct a solar panel.They cost about $200.00. Add a day's labor to that $200.00, and you've got yourself a solar panel. You could sell iffor $400.00, and you've got yourself a job. So, why isn't anyone doing it?We live in a free enterprise economy, do we not?

Not.

We live in a capitalist economy, which games the system to PREVENT free enterprise. You are not allowed to sell your solar panels without a stamp of approval from Underwriters Laboratories -and they are gate keepers for Wall Street.The cost of shaking hands with UL prevents free enterprisers from operating in that market -and the same thing is going on in almost every market. The little guy is locked out by the engineered and manipulated expense of sitting at the table - locked out. Only Wall Streeters, using OTHER PEOPLES' capital, can afford to play in the game.

We need to go back to a free enterprise economy, where the little guy does not face unsurmountable obstacles to starting a small business.


OMGOSH!!!! Cannonpointer FINALLY realizing that government regulation is used to consolidate corporate power???????

Prepare for the 2nd coming!!!!!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:


Yes but to be clear, the "government regulation" does not originate with the government but from the corporate world. In other words, the government is a tool of the American capitalist system to get what it wants.
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Posted by TotallyRad
05 May 2014, 6:34 pm

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Vegas » 05 May 2014 6:30 pm wrote:
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Good thing you're anonymous, creep...

Dude, did you put that quote in Deezer's post? I couldnt find where he said that. If you did, then you are a fucking sick son of a bitch. The fact that this thought would even come to your mind, let alone write it out makes you a piece of shit. However, if Deezer did write it, then what I said goes to him.


You need to read where he messed with my quote. And you should think about getting a helmet if this bothers you.
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Posted by NeoConvict
06 May 2014, 10:48 am

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Where did the anti war protestors go after Obama took the reigns? Every weekend peace activists shook signs and screamed no blood for oil. They went home when Opie got in office. The wars continued. Some expanded, one wound down on the timeline put in place by the prior administration. New wars were started. New executive powers were abused, they ability to target US citizens and their families abroad using hellfire missiles, that made dunking three terrorists look like a slap on the wrist. Where is their sanctimony and outrage now? Where are the protests? I thought at least SOME of the anti war folk were anti war, not just liberal cheerleaders.
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09 May 2014, 10:34 pm

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shintao » 09 May 2014 10:26 pm wrote:

Did you check their ID? Does BLM have snipers? Come on pig boy, defend it.


Did you? Could have been border crossing beaners for all you can prove.

Face it this whole "investigation" is an attempt at government terrorism against it's citizens.
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Brattle Street » 10 May 2014 8:51 am wrote:
deezer shoove » 09 May 2014 11:18 pm wrote:
And you forgot a comma, so what?
Lacking a sense of humor is a horrible character flaw. Are you Muslim?


you should get together with ray jay and figure out what kind of blade you want to use to cut the throat of all muslims. and then declare it out in public with your face on a billboard. you could probably get a grant from horowitz. you small brained little worm.

ps, no, whatever that is, it does NOT qualify as a sense of humor

Shut up stupid.
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Posted by nefarious101
17 May 2014, 10:38 am

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It's time groups be put into place to rids education of the communist progressive trained administrators, unions and teachers. They sell themselves as being the single most important part of education and all we see is failure and a big never ending money pit
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Posted by Cannonpointer
24 May 2014, 11:32 am

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Vegas » 24 May 2014 11:11 am wrote:
That's it? This is the ass whooping Oz promised me? Cannon, I'm disappointed. OZ buttered you up and tried to persuade me to think that you would have a strong comeback. But I get nothing but little pebbles thrown at me? Sad. Just sad.


I was pleased with my performance. I felt no need to berate you, as you had already been berated. I took the pro forma shot one takes at a fellow foolish enough to misspell Grammar while correcting another's. I made perfunctory mention of your too-soon grabs for my sac.

But the opportunity I saw in the thread was to talk about my old buddy Dean Martin, and others in his position - while cleverly equating the slings and arrows of your complaints against me with the apparent hostility of the paparazzi to the stars who depend on them. Then I tied it all in a neat bow, casting myself as a star (luminary, celebrity, person of note) and you as a paparazzo (nameless, faceless apparatchik).

I was pleased with the result. Being at once grandiose and subtle is like slaloming on a placid lake: Exhilarating, especially when you catch your own reflection. That it flew over your head neither pleases nor annoys me - I am equanimous with the dullardliness of my detractors.

Oh, I could play the Randian archetype, and complain about all the little crabs in the bucket, dragging me down. But I do not feel dragged down. I feel liberated. Knowing that my C game will not be comprehended, I am free to play my A game, with only Jesus and a few select forumites to fathom my art. The rest can nibble at the edges, vaguely aware that there'd be more to catch, if they had brought a bigger net.

I always have Oz to appreciate and be appreciated by - that's a balm. Then there's Silver Fox, who has a license to kill and a cigarette habit. He smokes Parliament - but ironically, the same way he wears a cravat. The man once broke his own fingers to settle a bet. He made the Mini Cooper look sexy again - by fucking one into submission. Nothing left of the thing but a broken down tranny.

Which brings us right back to you. :)
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24 May 2014, 10:02 pm

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Vegas » 24 May 2014 9:44 pm wrote:
Kobia2 » 24 May 2014 9:40 pm wrote:
Agreed it would be nice to get some sort of productivity or return from these folks... It might also tell us how many of them actually want to work, rather than just get paid for doing nothing.. Another idea would be to put them to work on infrastructure projects for the States they reside in, so the tax payers can benefit from their labor...

Unfortunately something like this would never materialize... I have asked several Libs on these threads how long do they believe someone should be allowed to collect Unemployment... Not one said 2 years was adequate... Some were celebrating the prospect of it being extended to 2 & 1/2 years, and a few I concluded thought folks should be entitled to make it a career choice----indefinate... They are just part of the Democrat base that simply votes for a living.


Libs are lazy assholes. 6 months is too long as far as I am concerned. Libs want the government to cradle them. They are tearing this country down and laughing about it at the same time. They think there is no end to the money barrel. We have infinite amount of money so why worry according to them. Stupid people.


You got that backwards. It's the ,Libs that do the dirty work lazy trifling conservatives can't do, much less won't do. If it wasn't for the Libs in the workforce doing the dirty work, you cons couldn't survive. Here's a clue for you. Sitting on your fat ass investing isn't work. Building the place you sit on your fat ass in is work. Apparently you are also to fucking stupid to know what unemployment insurance is. Figures, since you don't know what a days work is I certainly wouldn't expect you to have a clue. You first have to have a clue about work. Don't like extended unemployment benefits? Stop making recessions with failed conservative economic policies and you won't have to worry about it. If you fat ass lazy cons actually had to do a days work, you trifling fucks wouldn't survive.
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Posted by Str8tEdge
25 May 2014, 8:27 pm

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It crosses my mind about the same time I absolutely despise people who attempt to capitalize on the mans pain to push a failed political agenda.

We instituted the federal government to PROTECT our PRECIOUS rights DUMBASS. That's what founded this country. You despise your rights so much, move over to the middle east and wear a burka.


So feeling agony for a man who has lost his son is "capitalizing on his pain?"

I don't think I've ever seen a more lame attempt to spin anything in my life.

And it doesn't change the fact that you've expressed no sympathy for him nor his family, "nurse."


STOP LYING YOU FUCKING BITCH. YOU'RE ATTEMPTING TO USE HIS PAIN TO PUSH A POLITICAL AGENDA.... YOU'RE ONE STEP ABOVE THE MASS MURDERER ON LOW LIFE'S OF SOCIETY. :evil:
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28 May 2014, 12:31 pm

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GOOD LINE:

"Both sides of the political divide have their radical extremist elements. The difference is that the left ignores theirs and the right elects them to national office. "


Good post. What a clown car of guests. Typical.
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04 Jun 2014, 11:48 pm

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I'm sorry str8, should the dude not work. You make fun of Karl for working a job that you think is below you, and you'll make fun of him for being unemployed. I'm sorry we can't all meet the lofty expectations of someone who was unemployed while going to nursing school.
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