Posts by Basil Duke

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  • Who Is to Blame for How Black Males Are Viewed by Others?

    12/09/2014 7:06:53 AM PST · 44 of 65
    Basil Duke to yldstrk

    I had a somewhat similar experience. Flat tire in a black neighborhood. Not more than a minute after I got out and started the changing process, the local orcs started to form up across the street. Luckily, they dispersed after I violently rapped my tire iron several times against the wall of my truck bed. I looked several of them directly in the eyes the entire time I was wailing away. I have no doubt that they would have assaulted me - at the very least - had I not displayed aggression. It’s like a friggin’ jungle environment with these feral mutts.

  • Leonard Pitts Jr.: Understanding white privilege

    12/04/2014 9:54:44 AM PST · 38 of 50
    Basil Duke to MUDDOG

    ‘White privilege’ is the left’s latest agit-prop talking point - an abjectly meaningless phrase that’s supposed to pass for serious debate and summarily silence all dissenting voices (similar to “Koch Brothers,” “Faux News,” “Tea Baggers” and “Haliburton”). More recently, they vigorously pushed the war on women fairy tale, and had their red hats handed to them in November. So it’s time to re-set. We of the alabaster flesh are, I presume, supposed to kneel and confess our sin - the sin of ‘melanin deficiency.” And then sit in the corner until we die. It’s Mao’s ‘struggle sessions’ regurgitated with a shiny new bow. I was born, therefore I am irreparably flawed.

  • Grand jury decision on Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson could come Friday

    11/20/2014 1:14:35 PM PST · 51 of 59
    Basil Duke to ctdonath2

    The terrorists will almost certainly pillage in Clayton - the county seat (and where I live). It’s affluent, and serves as home to the courthouse, prosecuting attorney’s office, St. Louis County Police hq and the County Government Center (where the County Executive works). Metrolink - the region’s light rail system - is conveniently situated, and will drop the thugs off just two blocks from the courthouse (and about three blocks from my place).

  • Missouri Governor just announced a state of emergency

    11/17/2014 1:17:21 PM PST · 89 of 118
    Basil Duke to roadcat

    I’ve actually thought about the fireworks angle. It makes sense. Throw a 2,000-count firecracker brick into the midst of these idiots, and watch ‘em run.

  • Missouri Governor just announced a state of emergency

    11/17/2014 1:02:33 PM PST · 81 of 118
    Basil Duke to elcid1970

    Clayton actually has a fair amount of rental property - much of which is occupied by university types (Washington University professors and students, mainly, and most of whom are Chinese and Indian). I live in a 12-unit building, and am the only white person there. I would also bet that I’m the only armed person there, as well. A perimeter defense would be next to impossible to coordinate, as my neighbors barely speak English and likely have no clue about the true nature of the threat that will erupt once/if the grand jury issues a no bill. Clayton residents who live in single family houses are nearly all very wealthy, and vote Democrat. Think “Granny Warren” and you’ll come up with a national candidate to their collective liking. If the storm does engulf us, they’ll get what they deserve.

  • Ferguson Braces for the Worst Ahead of Grand Jury Decision

    11/12/2014 9:06:40 AM PST · 23 of 37
    Basil Duke to JimRed

    You’ve got Obama’s community organizer pals from Chicago involved, along with Occupy Wall Street types, and other like-minded Marxists from all parts of the country. Leftwing unionists (SEIU, etc.), New Black Panthers and, most likely, commissars from Holder’s DOJ are meddling, as well.

  • Fury: The Mother of all Tank Movies

    11/03/2014 11:21:51 AM PST · 31 of 75
    Basil Duke to Leaning Right

    Yep. Many consider the Panther to be the finest medium tank produced by any country in the entire war. High velocity 75 mm cannon, sloped glacis armor and wide tracks made it an excellent, all-purpose tank. The Germans frittered away a lot of time and material on dead-end wunderweapons like the King Tiger and Elephant, when they would have been far better served maximizing Panther production - and jet fighter development.

  • Fury: The Mother of all Tank Movies

    11/03/2014 10:03:12 AM PST · 7 of 75
    Basil Duke to GeronL

    Yes, their speed was greatly compromised by their weight ( I think they weighed 56 tons). And they were hell on gasoline consumption, too.

  • Obama Just Said The Last Thing Red State Democrats Want To Hear

    10/21/2014 6:39:43 AM PDT · 23 of 34
    Basil Duke to Repealthe17thAmendment

    Every aspect of this tool’s existence oozes naked politics. Has there been a president in our history who, on a daily basis, so blatantly held up a one-finger salute to more than half the country. His every breath is calibrated to inflate the Democrat balloon and repel anyone right of Chez. This twerp has lived so long in the collectivist bubble that he instinctively regards Republicans (of any stripe and on any subject) as some sort of illegitimate life form.

  • Missouri Cop Shooting Sparks New Protests

    10/09/2014 7:08:19 AM PDT · 47 of 60
    Basil Duke to moovova

    This particular area (east of Kingshighway and immediately south of I-44) is ghetto land. There’s a sizeable colony of gentle giants present there at all times. No need for the Ferguson brigade to re-deploy. Plenty to go around!

  • Six Flags Fight At Fright Fest Puts One Boy In A Coma

    10/01/2014 10:57:55 AM PDT · 37 of 72
    Basil Duke to Second Amendment First

    The malls, chain restaurants (like Applebee’s, Red Lobster, etc.), public amusement facilities, Laclede’s Landing, Delmar’s Loop, etc. are all being devoured by these savage parasites. And yet they stand in the middle of W. Florissant Avenue (Ground Zero in Ferguson for you non-St. Louis residents) and demand that WE change our behavior and way of thinking. Their M.O., though, is rather clever: they mass their strength and deploy it against a numerically weaker enemy. I mean, they’re going up against individual families at Six Flags - thirty or forty sociopathic beasts swarming five normal humans from the suburbs (only one of whom is a grown male). It’s the same scenario in Ferguson. The taxpayers up there aren’t organized (although they SHOULD be), and have no hope of confronting the several hundred screaming zulus who’re stomping through their streets at midnight screeching “No Justice! No Sleep!”

  • Six Flags Fight At Fright Fest Puts One Boy In A Coma

    10/01/2014 8:46:09 AM PDT · 15 of 72
    Basil Duke to wardaddy

    Here in St. Louis (well, Eureka, actually, 25 miles west of St. Louis), Six Flags is overrun throughout the season by large packs of disadvantaged wild animals whose tickets are provided by the region’s well-intentioned (and utterly stupid) business community. The animals rampage for free, and make it impossible for human customers to enjoy their day.

  • ISIS behead captured Kurds in Syria

    10/01/2014 7:11:04 AM PDT · 17 of 19
    Basil Duke to Mark17

    It defies belief that ANYONE confronted by these savages would ever give up. They KNOW what’s going to happen to them if they do: for the men, torture, humiliation and then a made-for-Youtube murder. For the women, rape (at ‘best’). These vicious scumbags are sawing off heads on British streets and American factory floors, for God’s sake!

  • Bob McCulloch says Mike Brown case may be decided by November; Grand Jury to get range of charges

    09/25/2014 8:48:56 AM PDT · 46 of 49
    Basil Duke to ozzymandus

    In reality, Ferguson has some extremely nice neighborhoods - hundred-plus year-old houses that are very well maintained. A small but extremely dedicated group of businessmen have worked for decades to establish and maintain a commercial base in the town, as well. Sadly, many of these businesses rest on W. Florissant Road. Ferguson is basically an island of civilization in a ghetto sea. It shares a border with Kinloch - an absolute basket case of a muni - and Berkeley, ditto (although not as bad as Kinloch). It seems highly unlikely that Ferguson will be able to recover from the domestic terrorism unleashed on its streets by the Brown shooting. The very same jackals who burned Quik Trip down are now threatening the corporation to rebuild... “or else!” Or else what? No mentally balanced company in the world would want to build in Ferguson.

    The terrorists are even running wild in the town’s open air vegetable market - scaring the hell out of housewives and threatening vendors. They’ll kill that off, too - per their plan.

  • Water Witching - fake or real?

    07/02/2014 6:54:48 AM PDT · 38 of 149
    Basil Duke to Abathar

    According to a farmer friend, it’s legitimate. He hired a water witch to locate water for a new house (on ground in the country, that the water witch was unfamiliar with), and the guy was successful. He used two metal divining rods, bent at right angles at their tips - and held one in each hand, with his arms stretched out straight in front of him. When the right angles turned to face each other (it took a bit of walking), he turned to my friend, and said, “The aquifer (spelling?) is directly below us. I don’t how deep it is, but it’s down there.” And it was.

  • Lost Jobs Are Simply 'Collateral Damage' To Environmentalists

    06/19/2014 7:10:05 AM PDT · 7 of 10
    Basil Duke to SeekAndFind

    The loss of thousands of jobs = “economic progress”? Got it! Orwell was a visionary.

  • EPA chiefs who served under Republicans press for climate action

    06/18/2014 11:04:47 AM PDT · 12 of 19
    Basil Duke to TurboZamboni

    Indeed. The 1 Percent have gone all out to coordinate this fake crisis. They must have really big plans for us. But who ARE all of these ‘ordinary members of the public” who’re demanding that something be done about “climate change”? John Kerry and Barry O’Bama keep telling me that “something needs to be done,” but I have yet to hear a normal person ever bring the subject up. And who exactly has ever denied that the climate changes? Here we’ve got a handful of rich commies telling me that I need to stop denying something that I’ve never denied. And that if I don’t stop denying the undeniable, something bad’s gonna happen. Like winters will be cold and summers hot. And rainfall wet. What am I missing here?

  • Cincinnati Station Says ‘No’ to PC Reporting on Racially Motivated Crime

    06/18/2014 9:26:26 AM PDT · 24 of 42
    Basil Duke to NFHale

    “We all have choices to make.” Indeed we do. Were I a cabbie, I would NEVER pick up one of Obama’s shock troops. The risk of the animal killing me himself, or somebody or somebodies lurking in his drop-off location and killing me, would simply be too great. Heck, there are huge swaths of St. Louis (where I live) that are 24/7 ‘Do Not Enter: EVER’ zones for whites. Third World stuff. Enemy-occupied territory. Couldn’t imagine delivering pizza or driving a cab there.

  • Cincinnati Station Says ‘No’ to PC Reporting on Racially Motivated Crime

    06/18/2014 7:31:25 AM PDT · 12 of 42
    Basil Duke to NFHale

    “Fight back. Carry always.” Agreed! Unfortunately, the cabbie would never have had a chance to draw his weapon. And if he’d refused to pick up his feral assassin (and thereby avoided being murdered), Holder or a Holder-esque political goon on a state level would have been after his job and savings for having “racially profiled” the little darling. Liberalism kills.

  • Obama calls for action on climate change, takes aim at doubters

    06/16/2014 1:12:03 PM PDT · 10 of 10
    Basil Duke to Ernest_at_the_Beach

    Who exactly is denying that the climate changes? No one, naturally. It changes regularly. Why just yesterday, it was overcast and almost cool here in St. Louis, and today, it’s hot and steamy. Last winter, it was quite cold and very snowy. The spring was very rainy. Acknowledging that ‘change,’ however, does not mean I support the Kyoto Treaty or any other leftwing effort to deliberately cut our economy’s hamstrings for the sake of “our children’s future.” More empty prattle from Obammy: a catch phrase that means absolutely nothing except to his true believers. The jackass is arguing with empty air.

  • Man Behind Guns & Ammo Mag, Sportsman Channel is Democrat Fundraiser

    05/21/2014 7:49:54 AM PDT · 31 of 49
    Basil Duke to Gaffer

    You’re exactly right. The only decent feature in American Rifleman is ‘The Armed Citizen.” Everything else is a pitch for the NRA and a monthly French kiss to the sundry advertisers who pay the mag’s bills. I understand the reality of the situation, but in terms of objective critiques of firearms, the national gun publications are useless.

  • CT senators take new aim at gun control

    05/06/2014 7:41:14 AM PDT · 23 of 23
    Basil Duke to Axenolith

    I was so emotionally exhausted and physically distressed from the abrupt detonation of my and my son’s life (I lost 40 pounds in less than a month, and went from 200 to 160 pounds in the process on a 6’1” frame)that I simply didn’t have any energy reserves to wage war on a new front. I WANTED (among many other things) to sue the sniveling beta parasite for his BS restraining order, but just wasn’t able to. At that point, I just wanted to escape with my sanity.

  • CT senators take new aim at gun control

    05/05/2014 7:51:36 AM PDT · 20 of 23
    Basil Duke to Axenolith

    When I was a married man - that is, with just a few months left to endure as a married man - my wife’s boyfriend took out a restraining order against me that was a marvel of mendacity. Nary a fact in it. But the document accused me of a host of felonious behavior - up to and including attempted murder. Of course a restraining order is like a lawsuit. Any one can sue anybody for anything, just as I could take out a restraining order against my neighbor for absolutely no reason other than the fact that I’m a sociopathic jerk. The thing will be filed, regardless of its merit. And, presto! Bye bye firearms (under this latest gun grab maneuver).

  • Union leader takes aim at Obama administration over Keystone delays

    04/26/2014 8:33:37 AM PDT · 8 of 21
    Basil Duke to jazusamo

    I can only assume that Obama is trying to smother this project because the project would benefit the United States. I really believe it’s as simple as that. Obama doesn’t give two range-fed figs about the miniscule number of green shirts who oppose Keystone for “environmental” reasons. Demographically, they’re politically irrelevant to him. His raison d’etre is damaging America on as many different levels as possible.

  • De Blasio wants to ban new wood fireplaces

    04/26/2014 7:56:44 AM PDT · 5 of 64
    Basil Duke to lowbridge

    Must keep everyone on the grid. Easier to control. Want your natural gas service restored? Turn in your guns, emergency food, neighbors, mom and dad, etc.

  • NRA lobbyist breaks hunting law, then lobbies to change it

    04/02/2014 8:44:12 AM PDT · 43 of 49
    Basil Duke to kiryandil

    This particular incident occurred before the advent of the web, but I did a “small town” number on the SOB: wrote a letter to the editor of my hometown newspaper (which was duly published) and named him - after describing the incident and his intrusive, fascist behavior. Word got around quite quickly. The incident itself unfolded like this: Six or seven of us were sitting on camp chairs around the morning fire. To reach us, one would have to open a heavy, iron farm gate and then drive back a mile on a dirt road through timber and a big cornfield. This jackboot did just that, and pulled up to our site, got out of his kampfwagon and started questioning us as though we were criminals: What were we doing there, did we have permission to be there (the owner was seated beside me), did we have any firearms with us, etc. I asked him in a very cold, hostile tone if we needed the state’s permission to camp on our own ground, and then told him that if he wasn’t going to arrest us for camping on private property, to leave immediately. (My friend, the landowner, is far too passive, so I did all the talking.) Ranger Jerkwad and I exchanged a few more terse words, and he left. But he had his hand on his holstered pistol the entire time he was there, trespassing and harassing free born Americans enjoying a fire on their own land.

  • NRA lobbyist breaks hunting law, then lobbies to change it

    04/02/2014 7:34:24 AM PDT · 37 of 49
    Basil Duke to kiryandil

    In Illinois, the king’s men can come and go when and where they please. Conservation officers can forcibly enter and search your home without a warrant if they have “reasonable “ suspicion that you’ve got illegally taken game inside. They can open your freezer and empty its contents on your floor in their hunt for poached squirrels. They can come onto your privately owned timber any time they please and harass you and your friends for sitting around a campfire at eight in the morning. (I know, because it’s happened to me.) Most of these ‘public servants” are on the wrong side of history, and will be on the wrong side of the line when things go really south. Bear in mind, Illinois’ FOID card requirement (Firearms Owners Identification) gives it the power to (A) deny you your Second Amendment rights and (B) establishes a handy list of gun owners’ addresses. In many, many ways, Illinois IS the blue model for the rest of the nation.

  • The Secret Service has a drinking problem

    03/28/2014 7:36:46 AM PDT · 43 of 49
    Basil Duke to 2ndDivisionVet

    I saw a group of five or six of them getting lit at a Pekin, Illinois festival in ‘88, when Vice President George HW Bush was in town to give a stump speech. There was a keg of beer set up in a parking lot near the Tazewell County courthouse, and these guys were on it like flies on a turd.

  • Animal Planet’s Jackson Galaxy speaks out on behalf of attack cat

    03/12/2014 1:53:20 PM PDT · 21 of 25
    Basil Duke to Therapsid

    Cat bites are exceptionally dangerous. I’ve known two people (an ex-girlfriend and an ex-wife) who had to be hospitalized and hooked up to anti-biotic IVs for a few days to prevent AMPUTATION of their respective, bitten hands. No joke and no exaggeration.

  • Any freepers have had an appendectomy?

    02/23/2014 6:39:07 AM PST · 54 of 55
    Basil Duke to umgud

    Mine actually blew up. Well, more like a slow leak. During the day, I began to feel nauseous, and then, that night, I began to vomit as violently as I’ve ever vomited before or since. By morning, a subtle band of pain around my mid-section gradually worsened until I couldn’t move. Had to roll off the sofa and crawl to the phone to dial 911. Bad stuff. Lucky to be alive. Also developed a staph infection from the removal operation that also nearly killed me.

  • Off Grid Attack: EPA To Outlaw Many Wood Burning Stoves

    02/19/2014 12:49:47 PM PST · 16 of 163
    Basil Duke to apillar

    A 55-gallon drum can easily be converted into a woodburning stove. We had one in our log cabin, and it kept our uninsulated box of logs quite toasty, even in the nastiest of central Illinois winters.

  • Columbus Police Officer Fatally Shoots Family Dog

    02/19/2014 6:43:28 AM PST · 13 of 62
    Basil Duke to minnesota_bound

    That’s exactly right. They’re trying to condition us - and themselves - for this sort of thing on a large scale basis. Any sort of resistance to “the state” will be met with immediate and lethal force. No knock raids for suspected doobie possession and unpaid college loans, drone surveillance, email and phone monitoring, the shooting on sight of children carrying toy guns, etc. and et al are part of the program, too.

  • Propane Spot Price: Mt Belvieu Tx is $1.50; Midwest is $5

    01/29/2014 7:31:09 AM PST · 27 of 46
    Basil Duke to MediaMole

    My best friend from childhood lives on a farm in central Illinois. It costs him, at $5 a gallon, $4,000 to fill up his propane tank. A tank lasts him a month. Best friend from childhood is now looking to move into town.

  • Chaos in Spanish city as protesters rally against costly boulevard plan (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

    01/14/2014 8:23:07 AM PST · 5 of 6
    Basil Duke to Haddit

    ‘Complete Streets’ is the name for this particular toxin here in St. Louis. Bike nuts - who comprise less than one percent of regular road users but who pretend their numbers are legion - insist that regional transportation agencies do exactly what unleashed the Spaniards’ rage: ‘road diets.’ In other words, four lane roads - with two driving lanes in each direction - are winnowed to one driving lane in each direction, and a ‘bikes only’ lane striped for each of the other two. Thus, half the road is reserved for the seven or eight bike riders who cycle on a daily basis. And thousands of motorists are left to idle and curse. But it’s ‘green” and “progressive,” so it’s all good. And if you object, you’re a hater, or, even worse, a watcher of “Faux News.” The goal, of course, is to make driving a motor vehicle such a pain in the butt that fewer and fewer people will choose to do so. And with the removal of the car, so goes the masses’ ability to ‘go’ - to get the heck away from the hellhole ghettos that the leftwing wants to herd us into under the guise of “sustainable neighborhoods.’

  • You Will Be Made to Care

    12/09/2013 6:23:12 AM PST · 11 of 58
    Basil Duke to staytrue

    By the rationale of this particular ruling, would not the owner of a soul food restaurant be legally obligated to cater a wedding of two klan members? Or a Jewish deli owner the wedding of a pair of neo Nazis?

  • A Requiem for 'Cash for Clunkers'

    11/04/2013 6:49:39 AM PST · 12 of 27
    Basil Duke to cripplecreek

    Yep. That was the primary goal: remove as many vehicles as possible from society. (The program required the destruction of all ‘traded in’ vehicles’ engines, to permanently disable them.) Hundreds of thousands of perfectly good, running cars and light pickup trucks were thus removed from circulation. The folks who could have afforded to purchase them? Get thee to mass transit, and bow to the greater good!!!

  • NBC Reporter Tries to Blame House GOP for ObamaCare Website Failure

    10/24/2013 10:40:21 AM PDT · 54 of 68
    Basil Duke to Walrus

    I’m with you all the way. Punch the scum right in the throat, and keep punching. A second critical facet to the aggressive strategy would be a willingness and ability to summarily treat RINOs in like manner. As soon as a Hatch or a Graham or a McCain shows up on PMSNBC or Morning Ho to ridicule and shake their fingers at the rogues who dared fight back, they get the same treatment. “I’m curious why Orin Hatch is so concerned with currying favor with our enemies in the White House and in the media. You’d think he’s already made enough millions off the public teat to just sit down, shut up and count his money. When is enough skim ENOUGH, Orin?”

  • NBC Reporter Tries to Blame House GOP for ObamaCare Website Failure

    10/24/2013 8:10:11 AM PDT · 24 of 68
    Basil Duke to chessplayer

    Republican pols might want to think about actually fighting back - every single time they’re hit with this kind of dung. A good start would be something along the lines of this: “Do you excrete the White House talking points and float their trial meme balloons for free, whether out of fear or party loyalty, or is there cash involved?”

  • CA Deputies Shoot, Kill 13-Year-Old Carrying Fake 'Assault Weapon'

    10/23/2013 9:45:43 AM PDT · 50 of 115
    Basil Duke to G Larry

    If they’re not shooting children or dogs, they’re strip searching helpless drunk women back at the station or performing cavity searches on women along the side of a road in broad daylight. Those brave boys in blue! They’re our friends!

  • Nev. student opens fire, kills teacher and himself

    10/22/2013 6:46:17 AM PDT · 17 of 27
    Basil Duke to I cannot think of a name

    The progressives’ corpse flower continues to bloom - the “bullying” meme and the anti-gun narrative conjoined, as planned: “Bullied Child Snaps and Shoots up School; Experts Agree That Bullying and Guns Must Go!”

  • Redneck, Inc: The Duck Dynasty Story, How a backwoods clan of bearded, gun-happy Louisiana duck...

    10/21/2013 1:32:30 PM PDT · 22 of 42
    Basil Duke to wyowolf

    Squirrel is good food, especially the hind legs of a younger speciman. Coat with flour, garlic powder and a bit of pepper and fry as you would a chicken leg or thigh.

  • Wood Stove Ban Made Universal

    10/02/2013 10:00:56 AM PDT · 156 of 249
    Basil Duke to ctdonath2

    “’s to kill the supply chain....” Much like their long-range strategy for firearms.

  • OLD TIMERS (Part One)

    06/05/2013 1:35:15 PM PDT · 263 of 317
    Basil Duke to Lazamataz

    All is well, thank you. I’ve been engaging the Washington Post’s demonic legion of leftwing commentors in frequent hand-to-hand combat lately - figured it’s time to directly engage the enemy. Time is scarce, I’m afraid, but I still regularly read FR. David (a.k.a. “Basil Duke”)

  • Anheuser-Busch Heir Quits the NRA in Protest

    04/19/2013 1:30:57 PM PDT · 108 of 157
    Basil Duke to Jim Robinson

    The Busch family no longer owns Anheuser-Busch - sold to the Belgians years ago (InBev)

  • Obama Continues His Gun Rant in an Email to Supporters

    04/18/2013 1:54:04 PM PDT · 32 of 34
    Basil Duke to baddog 219

    I like your graphic, but “kneel” is mis-spelled. You’ve got it as “knell.”

  • Harry Reid to vote for bans on assault weapons, high-capacity magazines

    04/17/2013 9:55:56 AM PDT · 14 of 16
    Basil Duke to archy

    I think he’s trying to allow the Red State Democratic senators a way out. They can vote against this, because it’s too extreme, and NOT antagonize those of their constituents who support “common sense gun safety legislation.”

  • FOX News Exclusive: US Army Targets Atlas Shrugs et al (Domestic Hate Groups)

    04/12/2013 8:16:59 AM PDT · 40 of 81
    Basil Duke to Perseverando

    Yes, the Jews say “Never again!” and then 90 percent of them vote for the very party that (A) Despises Israel and arms Israel’s enemies and (B) works OT to disarm law-abiding American civilians. Mind-melting display of cognitive dissonance.

  • Biden: Gun Owners ‘Like The Way It Feels…Like Driving a Ferrari’

    04/11/2013 10:29:34 AM PDT · 56 of 86
    Basil Duke to MEGoody

    He’s ‘wrong,’ by design. This is all intentional - part of the long-term programming of the citizenry to believe that the Second Amendment was created to ensure our right to shoot squirrels and mallards. In 50 years, once most private land has been consumed by development and the feds have declared all public lands off-limit to firearms, hunting will itself be outlawed. That, in turn, will give ‘them’ the excuse they need to ban the last type of gun we’re allowed to own - the shotgun that Uncle Joe so enthusiastically endorses (and which endorsement is also part of the programming).

  • Axelrod Blames Straw Purchasers, NRA For Chicago's Gun Violence

    04/03/2013 6:45:57 AM PDT · 27 of 33
    Basil Duke to Westbrook

    If the Obama/Holder regime is willing to funnel arms to Mexican drug cartels in an effort to stir up anti-gun hysteria here at home, would it hesitate to also directly supply inner city ‘gangstas’ with handguns for the same purpose? Wouldn’t surprise me at all to learn that the messiah is putting shooting irons in as many feral ghetto animals’ hands as possible to advance his masters’ dreams of a helpless American citizenry.

  • Connecticut’s Draconian Anti-Second Amendment Bill

    04/03/2013 6:38:46 AM PDT · 19 of 26
    Basil Duke to smokingfrog

    If the current administration is willing to funnel guns to Mexican drug cartels in an effort to stir up anti-gun hysteria here at home, why wouldn’t it do the same domestically? Where DO those Chicago/Obama hometown animals get their firepower? And why won’t the feds prosecute gun criminals in the Windy City? I wonder...