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  • The Man Who Never Bothered Telling His Wife He Was 'British Schindler' Dies at 106

    07/05/2015 7:56:42 PM PDT · 28 of 28
    butterdezillion to Pontiac

    I think the communists (and now the Islamists too) knew our vulerabilities more than we did, and they had a comprehensive plan to destroy this nation’s Judeo-Christian foundation. They did it by targeting the love of money/power - getting the filthy rich on-board to destroy those foundations, and through them controlling the media, academia, etc. Yuri Bezmenov talked about that. Concern over communism has been ridiculed, but that was all part of the plan as well - make fighting for our lives seem like a joke to most, and then the whole building will crumble, foundation first.

    The WWII generation didn’t see this coming. The “academic” attack led to the failure of many Christian denominations, which gave up on believing the Bible. That laid the groundwork for modernism, post-Christianity, and now post-modernism. It all followed naturally from the premise of man believing he is his own “god”, and it has led us to an impossible situation where nobody is living in reality. Each person is allowed to create their own reality, and there is no such thing as truth. How the Father of Lies is laughing, now that all of the system’s recognized existence in this nation has become one big lie. Five people in robes could never have taken over this country’s whole political structure without the society as a whole scoffing the whole concept of truth.

    The WWII generation had no idea that they were sending their children to college to be indoctrinated against the very freedoms they gave so much to protect. The enemy snuck in while we were beaten down from the physical battles, took advantage of the men being at war and played with the wives’ new-found desire for autonomy and a career, and attacked families and faith - which were the core that held the nation together. It was a deliberate, comprehensive plan and when the society poo-poohed the danger they set us up for what we see now.

  • The Man Who Never Bothered Telling His Wife He Was 'British Schindler' Dies at 106

    07/05/2015 3:17:02 PM PDT · 5 of 28
    butterdezillion to Kaslin

    I think a lot of the people from that generation and my Dad’s generation would rather not remember what they battled, although as time moves on and society has changed I think they want the world to remember the times when people did have the courage to do what’s right.

    I remember asking my dad what it was like to be on the front lines in Korea. He said, ‘Nellie, the reason any of us fights in war is so that you’d never have to know what it’s like.” But as he gets older I think he wants us to know the past so we can be prepared for the future. He’d like to write a book about the culture of his day - not to glorify the people then, but so that the new generations can know about the times when common sense and decency were a way of life for most.

    He’s told about how people in his area survived the Great Depression by selling milk and eggs - about his mom’s role as the postmistress and store owner, how she forgave people their debts and let them “buy” what they needed at no cost, because she would not be responsible for children starving if she could help them. And Mom’s uncle who had gotten wealthy in the stock market and helped out just about everybody in their need when the market crashed.

    He’d like the new generations to at least hear about a world that wasn’t upside-down, even when things were very tough.

    I am so ashamed of what my generation has done to everything the past generations spent so much to give us.

  • Christian Bakers Fined, Gagged in Gay Cake Case

    07/05/2015 9:57:13 AM PDT · 100 of 108
    butterdezillion to OrangeHoof

    I think that was already tried in Colorado. IIRC, somebody wanted to force a cake baker to bake a cake saying marriage is only between a man and a woman, and the same court that had punished a baker for refusing to bake a gay wedding cake ruled that this baker had to be allowed to live consistently with his conscience and refuse to bake the cake supporting traditional marriage.

    These judges and our society are deceived. They are incapable of thinking straight - can’t even see their own inconsistencies. This is spiritual warfare. Our battle is against the Father of Lies, and his minions and victims cannot see their own shackles. And the system is overrun with them; the system cannot fix itself in this condition.

    Yesterday was a funeral for the country established by our Founding Fathers, who said this form of government was ours for as long as we could keep it. We haven’t kept it. The mental and spiritual condition of the people within our system is beyond repair by anything but spiritual renewal. The Lord is our ONLY hope at this point.

  • Christian Bakers Fined, Gagged in Gay Cake Case

    07/05/2015 9:49:38 AM PDT · 98 of 108
    butterdezillion to Anitius Severinus Boethius

    Disobey and then sue them for Constitutional violation when they try to enforce the ruling.

  • 3 Alternative Health Doctors Found Dead In the Last 2 Weeks After Run-Ins With The Feds

    07/04/2015 9:44:44 PM PDT · 46 of 60
    butterdezillion to Guenevere

    If he was working with autism, the feds could be on his case if he was finding connections between vaccinations and autism.

    Traditional medicine and alternative medicine each have their place, and everybody would do better if those two groups stopped acting as if they were enemies.

  • Pentagon urged to boot chaplains who oppose 'gay' marriage [Revelation 12]

    07/01/2015 3:46:39 AM PDT · 93 of 159
    butterdezillion to Southside_Chicago_Republican

    I doubt that any of the chaplains he refers to have used such inflammatory hate speech.

  • Flying Our Flag upside down

    06/27/2015 6:59:54 AM PDT · 64 of 70
    butterdezillion to butterdezillion

    INcapable of anything but a yawn.

  • Flying Our Flag upside down

    06/27/2015 6:54:29 AM PDT · 63 of 70
    butterdezillion to HartleyMBaldwin

    Don’t worry; in a true emergency 911 will put you on hold for about a year anyway, if they think the damage is even possibly related to the Obama regime. Been there, done that. No worry that flying the flag upside-down will waste emergency resources. Truth is, I think this country is capable of anything but a yawn any more. We’re not just mostly dead; this nation is ALL dead. All that’s left is to go through the pockets looking for loose change. And all without any response by the people who are supposed to keep the nation intact and safe. The alarms were all disabled. I guess because people always said that this increment of “slide” wasn’t enough to justify alarm...

  • Obama wants KKK to be forced to name its members and supporters after Charleston church massacre

    06/26/2015 9:42:13 PM PDT · 61 of 197
    butterdezillion to al_c

    Or better yet - all the Black Panthers who are friends of Obama, maybe even called him “the Savior”...

  • IS THIS A TIME TO FLY THE FLAG UPSIDE DOWN?

    06/26/2015 8:00:27 PM PDT · 65 of 139
    butterdezillion to St_Thomas_Aquinas

    Yes, it seems VERY appropriate.

    If this went viral - especially if included in protests - it could provide a united voice.

    It truly is only the God of Heaven who can save us now, and publicly calling on Him as our only Help would be a good step.

  • Flying Our Flag upside down

    06/26/2015 7:51:45 PM PDT · 60 of 70
    butterdezillion to HartleyMBaldwin

    You don’t think this nation is at a 911 point right now?

  • IS THIS A TIME TO FLY THE FLAG UPSIDE DOWN?

    06/26/2015 7:44:22 PM PDT · 61 of 139
    butterdezillion to familyop

    It’s not disrespect. It’s an international sign of distress.

  • .. Physician expelled from staff for telling the truth about homosexual behavior .."

    06/26/2015 7:24:30 PM PDT · 18 of 47
    butterdezillion to RnMomof7

    Just sent:

    Dear Dr. Tabb:

    When the medical community withholds important medical facts about risky behaviors, they become complicit in the diseases and deaths that result.

    Patients trust their doctors to tell them the truth. If a patient saw his doctor marching in support of pill-popping and even when he told his doctor about his pill-popping the doctor never told him that he could overdose on the pills he’s popping... the doctor would be responsible for that man’s eventual death by overdose. Substituting the word “risky” for the original word “wicked”, you see what the Founder of the true Beth Israel - “House of Israel” - said about the responsibility to give fair warnings to those in danger:

    “Son of man, I have made you a watchman for this house of Israel; so hear the word I speak and give them warning from me. When I say to a (risky) man, ‘You will surely die,’ and you do not warn him or speak out to dissuade him from his (risky) ways in order to save his life, that (risky) man will die for his (risks), and I will hold you accountable for his blood.’” (Ezekiel 3:17-18)

    The medical community should concern itself with medical truth and should not blame/fire the messenger when he faithfully speaks the medical truth to people who need to hear it. Saying a patient has cancer is offensive; it could also save someone’s life.Truth sometimes hurts feelings, but lies hurt more than just feelings. As doctors you should understand that. BIDMC’s treatment of Dr. Church leads me to believe the doctors/administrators there don’t even know why people visit their doctor. It’s not so they can feel warm and fuzzy; it’s so they can be kept safe from real medical danger that they trust their doctor to recognize.

    My first child died in utero at 42 weeks gestation, possibly because of complications from undiagnosed gestational diabetes. If the doctor had known I had diabetes that could kill my child but refused to tell me because he didn’t want to “judge” my Christmas candy consumption, it would show total contempt for the value of my child’s life - that his/my “uncomfortable” feeling is more important than saving her life.

    Please value your patients. Tell them the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. And stop punishing doctors who uphold their oaths.

    Thank you.

  • TEXAS: Governor Abbott Statement On Supreme Court Ruling On Same-Sex Marriage

    06/26/2015 3:17:19 PM PDT · 84 of 175
    butterdezillion to Hostage

    5 people in black robes just overturned elections in 38 states That’s 76% of the states.

    Traditional marriage got higher percentage votes than Obama ever got for the Presidency. So why is it, again, that SCOTUS could never take up the question of whether the Constitution allows Obama to act as President? Did somebody say something about courts not being able to overturn elections? As if the will of the people is sacred and the Constitution doesn’t allow elections to ever be reversed?

  • TEXAS: Governor Abbott Statement On Supreme Court Ruling On Same-Sex Marriage

    06/26/2015 3:10:05 PM PDT · 82 of 175
    butterdezillion to Hostage

    I think the states should all pass laws saying they will issue no marriage licenses. If SCOTUS wants to legislate from the bench they can jolly well try to figure out how to get somebody to administer what they legislate.

  • SCOTUS Decision": Gay Marriage Constituional Right

    06/26/2015 2:24:15 PM PDT · 432 of 446
    butterdezillion to angelcindy

    I hope she does, so it will be a different court when somebody marries their mother and some state balks at giving a marriage license...

  • SCOTUS Decision": Gay Marriage Constituional Right

    06/26/2015 2:16:10 PM PDT · 430 of 446
    butterdezillion to CAluvdubya

    The number of TRULY disenfranchised voters just went up exponentially.

  • SCOTUS Decision": Gay Marriage Constituional Right

    06/26/2015 1:52:10 PM PDT · 427 of 446
    butterdezillion to The Ghost of FReepers Past

    I don’t have a country. Can a person renounce citizenship while still living here?

    The country I have pledged allegiance to was a REPUBLIC - a Constitutional Republic, where the Constitution ruled, not men. It no longer exists. It actually hasn’t existed since about September 2008.

  • SCOTUS Decision": Gay Marriage Constituional Right

    06/26/2015 1:41:16 PM PDT · 426 of 446
    butterdezillion to Ironfocus

    I pity all those who are pastors in these times. Yes, the persecution is coming.

    I think 4th of July would be a really good time to fly the flag upside-down - an international distress signal.

  • SCOTUS Decision": Gay Marriage Constituional Right

    06/26/2015 1:37:05 PM PDT · 425 of 446
    butterdezillion to C19fan

    Right now, somebody try to marry his/her mother, and let’s see what reason the government would give, to refuse to recognize that “marriage” - given that people have a Constitutional “right” to government recognition of whatever “marriage” a person wants to call a “marriage”.

    And then double the stakes, and have somebody try to marry their mother AND father, because if people have a right to government recognition of whatever cohabitation situations people call “marriage”, then threesomes have to be OK too.

    Right?

  • SUPREME COURT CAUGHT MESSING WITH MARRIAGE CASE?Suspicious events'troubling turn'

    06/22/2015 7:04:03 PM PDT · 107 of 126
    butterdezillion to semimojo; xzins

    When that many motions have been made where people are questioning the impartiality of a “justice”, only a crook would say that their impartiality cannot “reasonably” be questioned. Ginsburg was trying to say that it wouldn’t be too tough to mandate same-sex marriage because people have come to accept it. Well, if that’s her argument, then she should be saying the states should decide it, so these people can exert the popular will that she claims exists.

    And in the same way, the statute that xzins cited REQUIRES a justice to recuse him/herself when impartiality can reasonably be questioned; the “justice” would have a hard time saying that it is “unreasonable” to question their impartiality if a large segment of the population DOES question their impartiality. Maybe some polls would “help” these “justices” with a reality check...

    But that’s more than I should have said because I shouldn’t be feeding the trolls. Bye.

  • SUPREME COURT CAUGHT MESSING WITH MARRIAGE CASE?Suspicious events'troubling turn'

    06/22/2015 6:58:42 PM PDT · 105 of 126
    butterdezillion to xzins

    Yes, illegal activity on the part of the “justices” (I just about barf every time I use that word on these clowns). But also unlawful activity on the part of the clerks, or whoever forged the submission stamp, changed it from a motion to a request, didn’t file a bunch of motions, etc.

    They’ve done the same kind of crap in cases challenging Obama’s eligibility - to Donofrio and Taitz. At SCOTUS and in places like Georgia.

    Typical of the treatment I also have received from government lackeys, and it’s as transparent as Obama CLAIMS he wanted to be.

    Was it a clerk who supposedly “mis-filed” the James Rosen stuff, so it was hidden from him that he, his parents, etc were having their communications monitored?

    These “mistakes” always go against those fighting for the Constitution. Always. Transparently sickening.

  • SUPREME COURT CAUGHT MESSING WITH MARRIAGE CASE?Suspicious events'troubling turn'

    06/22/2015 6:51:20 PM PDT · 102 of 126
    butterdezillion to semimojo

    Refusing to file motions you don’t like can’t be lawful. I don’t know what law says that but anybody who thinks this is OK is obviously a troll, and trying to make me hunt for the specific statute is the typical way for a troll to send somebody else on a wild goosechase, to waste their time.

    Your slip is hanging out, semimojo. It’s easy to tell who/what you are.

    And you trolls need to figure out how to not sound like lawyerly jerks; you all have the same smell.

  • SUPREME COURT CAUGHT MESSING WITH MARRIAGE CASE?Suspicious events'troubling turn'

    06/22/2015 6:16:21 PM PDT · 94 of 126
    butterdezillion to semimojo

    Do you think it’s lawful for submitted motions to be left unfiled, deleted, and altered?

  • SUPREME COURT CAUGHT MESSING WITH MARRIAGE CASE?Suspicious events'troubling turn'

    06/22/2015 12:42:04 PM PDT · 64 of 126
    butterdezillion to semimojo

    Then why was one filing deleted, two filings not filed, neither of them even listed on the docket until a news article noted the problem, and even now the filing altered so it is a “request” rather than a “motion”?

    If this motion has no merit, why is somebody going to a lot of trouble to break the law regarding two motions lawfully filed in this case?

    They know the motion has merit, or they wouldn’t have acted in this extra-lawful way. And if they are being deliberately lawless on these motions then why should anybody trust them to be lawful in the actual ruling?

    Even those who think the motion has no merit should be screaming bloody murder over the lawless way the case is being handled because it proves the lawlessness of those who are handling the case, and that undermines EVERYTHING that SCOTUS is supposed to be about. It also undermines everything that the whole lawyering profession is supposed to be about and reduces the whole system to a farce.

  • SUPREME COURT CAUGHT MESSING WITH MARRIAGE CASE?Suspicious events'troubling turn'

    06/22/2015 12:35:36 PM PDT · 62 of 126
    butterdezillion to Sir Napsalot

    Sounds like the only way to force recusal is through impeachment. This does feel like a big middle finger to the rule of law, and the big issue America faces is how we get the system to actually work. Congress is supposed to be protecting us from lawless SCOTUS justices, cabinet appointments, etc. If they abdicate that duty, the system is irreparably out of balance/checks. This is not “politics”; this is the rule of law we’re talking about. As long as government officials confuse “politics” with lawfulness, the system is beyond repair. Once they are in a position of authority, they MUST NOT continue to be “politicians”. At that point it is their duty to be BLIND to politics and be ONLY instruments of the Constitution.

  • Need Incident: “BO Trying To Force Confrontation So He Has A Pretext To Declare Martial Law”

    06/22/2015 10:00:36 AM PDT · 28 of 30
    butterdezillion to TheOldLady

    And the system was literally taken hostage in order to put him into power - primarily through threats to the media which then ridiculed anybody who noticed what was going on, making it politically toxic for honest players within the system to address the compromised system.

    2008 was literally a coup - a deliberate, well-planned scheme to put into the White House a puppet of this nation’s primary sworn enemies: the Islamists and the communists, with whom Obama has always been allied. Both groups have said that they would exploit the vulnerabilities in the system to destroy the nation from within and that is exactly what they have done.

    Those who say “It could never happen here” underestimate the vulnerabilities in the system (especially the power of the media, which has itself voluntarily become an enemy of the Constitution and which has the power to destroy politicians and thus owns them) AND the seriousness of our enemies. 9-11 was never supposed to happen either, but our enemies mean business even if we don’t, and they are willing to wait 10 years for the time to be ripe to implement their plan.

    The founders knew that the only way to keep the wolf from taking over is by having vigilant citizens crying “Wolf!” whenever a potential wolf shows up, and our system was set up this way because it is to be EXPECTED that power-hungry wolves will be looking for an opening. The fact that the wolves didn’t take over in the past is not an indicator that there weren’t wolves; it is an indicator that the people crying “Wolf!” was enough to stop the wolves.

    Which of us, when our anti-virus program tells us it has stopped malware, says, “I’ve heard that time and time again but I’ve never seen an actual virus do anything. It’s all just false alarms. My computer is impenetrable and I’m going on a crusade to tell everybody how worthless anti-virus programs are because they keep warning about these viruses but nothing bad ever really happens!”?

    Those on this board who repeat the mantra of “It could never happen here” are anti-Constitutionalists who disbelieve everything the Founders knew about human nature - and in doing so, they undermine the very protections that have kept us relatively safe since the founding of this nation.

    A lot of things that everybody assured me “could never happen here” HAVE happened - in stunning boldness, deliberateness, and with calculated coldness and coordination between government entities at all levels, media, law enforcement, military, etc. That was made possible because America experienced a coup that put a foreign enemy combatant into power while media and the political system ridiculed those who simply observed what was happening.

  • The Left Disbars Another Conservative Prosecutor

    06/15/2015 6:43:37 AM PDT · 21 of 24
    butterdezillion to KC_Conspirator

    How did the Texas Bar handle Ronnie Earl, with his trumped-up charges?

    Or the TX prosecutor who’s going after Rick Perry for threatening a veto, which every executive does?

    Seems like TX is rife with political prosecutions; does the TX Bar disbar any of those prosecutors?

  • The Left Disbars Another Conservative Prosecutor

    06/15/2015 6:40:57 AM PDT · 20 of 24
    butterdezillion to Nervous Tick

    How did the TX bar respond to the gal who wanted all the pastors’ sermons on gay marriage - was that the Houston mayor?

    Seems to me that TX is the tip of the spear on a lot of the liberals’ agenda.

  • Drudge headline: Ryan snaps: you'll read Obamatrade after we pass it!

    06/12/2015 9:53:47 AM PDT · 230 of 233
    butterdezillion to semimojo

    Can we the people have a vote of no confidence in the whole DC cabal? That’s really what this is about. We have no guarantees that DC won’t undo the whole Republic and its Constitution behind closed doors without letting anybody know, because that’s what they’ve been doing in increments for at least the last 5 years. I think we’re scared spitless of DC doing ANYTHING because we know they are the enemy and that once they sell us into slavery there’s no turning back without a lot of bloodshed.

    Maybe it’s too late to skip the bloodshed anyway, if we know things are that out of control. When the level of trust is this low it’s pretty much a King George type of deal and all that’s left is to compile the list of grievances and go ahead with the dissolution of the untrusted ruling class. I don’t know if there’s any way for the polital-media ruling class to gain the trust of the people again.

    Just thinking out loud.

  • Obama lawyers asked secret court to ignore public court’s decision on spying

    06/09/2015 10:32:26 AM PDT · 11 of 20
    butterdezillion to Lurkinanloomin

    The only thing that will stop them is a cannon applied liberally between their eyeballs. They have made that abundantly clear with every time they have flipped the bird at the rule of law.

    It’s “chicken” time; who will blink first? Do we have the ability to MAKE THEM COMPLY?

  • Call For US Veterans & 'Red Listers' To Go Into 'Ghost Mode' w/Obama's Martial Law Plans Exposed...

    06/01/2015 11:09:53 AM PDT · 84 of 91
    butterdezillion to ripley

    Troll behavior. Mock serious issues, as if anybody who is concerned is just crazy. You can smell it from five light-years away. I’ve been too busy to look into Jade Helm much so I’m just observing the conversation, but the troll behavior around here are really easy to recognize. It’s pretty much a stink bomb to keep people from talking earnestly. Do your best to just ignore those posters, though they will take over threads since that’s what they’re paid to do.

  • Call For US Veterans & 'Red Listers' To Go Into 'Ghost Mode' w/Obama's Martial Law Plans Exposed...

    06/01/2015 11:09:38 AM PDT · 83 of 91
    butterdezillion to ripley

    Troll behavior. Mock serious issues, as if anybody who is concerned is just crazy. You can smell it from five light-years away. I’ve been too busy to look into Jade Helm much so I’m just observing the conversation, but the troll behavior around here are really easy to recognize. It’s pretty much a stink bomb to keep people from talking earnestly. Do your best to just ignore those posters, though they will take over threads since that’s what they’re paid to do.

  • The Wedding That Didn’t Happen

    05/27/2015 2:33:01 PM PDT · 40 of 64
    butterdezillion to mgstarr

    That’s why you and the other commenter are here on this thread, instead of tending to things that really matter. lol

  • Is There “Collusion” Behind Judge G. Murray Snow’s Prosecution of Sheriff Joe Arpaio?

    05/26/2015 12:38:03 PM PDT · 46 of 53
    butterdezillion to CpnHook

    You are wrong on so many counts. Suffice to say that you are not privy to everything. End of story. Bye.

  • Is There “Collusion” Behind Judge G. Murray Snow’s Prosecution of Sheriff Joe Arpaio?

    05/26/2015 10:35:57 AM PDT · 43 of 53
    butterdezillion to CpnHook

    So SNOW claims that the secret documents that only he gets to see prove that Arpaio conspired against him. And the BC investigation somehow ties into that too. And he gets to keep all the proprietary information from Montgomery - which worked for spying purposes when used for Arpaio but DIDN’T work when Montgomery was hired by the regime to spy on Snow, Arpaio, and others...

    Riiiight.

    If Snow’s decision was made because he intended to get rid of Arpaio politically, would that be a mis-trial, and the orders themselves vacated?

    The uncontested fact remains that Snow’s wife publicly stated that her husband was trying to get rid of Arpaio. And he wants us to trust him when he says that Arpaio provided documents which prove that Arpaio committed crimes?

    And you unswervingly swallow - hook, line, and sinker.

    Like I said, spew your venom elsewhere. You’re a regime hireling and it’s obvious to everybody but yourself.

  • Is There “Collusion” Behind Judge G. Murray Snow’s Prosecution of Sheriff Joe Arpaio?

    05/25/2015 8:44:45 PM PDT · 40 of 53
    butterdezillion to CpnHook

    You’ve got it backwards. Arpaio was concerned that the regime was spying on HIM as well as on others such as Snow, as Montgomery claimed. He didn’t hire anybody to spy on Snow or anybody else. He did have a private investigator check out whether Snow’s wife had claimed that Snow was trying to get rid of Arpaio - which is a perfectly valid question.

    But what does Arpaio being concerned about being spied on have to do with whether he was in contempt of Snow’s order?

    It has nothing to do with it. Just like the BC investigation has nothing to do with it.

    Snow is on a fishing expedition, as I said.

    Spew your poison somewhere else.

  • Is There “Collusion” Behind Judge G. Murray Snow’s Prosecution of Sheriff Joe Arpaio?

    05/25/2015 8:29:01 PM PDT · 39 of 53
    butterdezillion to CpnHook

    Where is that admission by Arpaio?

  • Is There “Collusion” Behind Judge G. Murray Snow’s Prosecution of Sheriff Joe Arpaio?

    05/24/2015 3:41:40 PM PDT · 22 of 53
    butterdezillion to Seizethecarp

    Seems like Snow is trying to scout out (or perhaps even tamper with) the evidence on behalf of Obama’s crooks - who Montgomery says hired him to do illegal activities including monitoring the communications of judges and others. There’s no reason for Snow to have Montgomery’s proprietary materials, and no reason for him to check out the BC investigation. None of that has anything to do with whether or not Arpaio is guilty of contempt. It’s clearly an illegal fishing expedition on the part of Snow, and that makes the whole thing all the more suspicious.

  • Pregnant at 17 After a Brutal Rape and Encouraged to Abort, Here’s How I Responded

    05/23/2015 3:38:29 PM PDT · 20 of 22
    butterdezillion to yefragetuwrabrumuy

    Good counsel. Part of that would be living a life where you know something happened if you pass out from a date-rape drug, so you can report it immediately. For those who get drunk and pass out sometimes, they might not know they’ve been drugged. And if they’ve slept around, becoming pregnant might not give them the clue that they’ve been raped, either.

  • Horror injuries of man, 61, after near fatal attack by pack of FIFTY teens

    05/12/2015 9:14:00 AM PDT · 32 of 89
    butterdezillion to MNDude

    The perpetrators need to be thrown in jail where they should be forced to pay for their own housing and food, and their families should have to use their welfare payments to pay for this man’s medical bills.

    This crap has GOT to stop!!

  • HE PUSHED FORWARD: Brave Garland Police Officer Advanced As He Brought Down Garland Terrorists(Pics)

    05/06/2015 6:15:33 PM PDT · 200 of 205
    butterdezillion to papertyger

    Excellent point. And that Judeo-Christian worldview of the sinfulness of fallen man contributed to the checks and balances, separation of powers, and Constitutional governance that this nation was founded on. The Founders knew that power corrupts, and so they built in checks to that temptation.

    A person can’t understand what this country is and why it flourished when it remained true to its Judeo-Christian roots, without understanding those roots, which also happen to make sense out of history.

  • HE PUSHED FORWARD: Brave Garland Police Officer Advanced As He Brought Down Garland Terrorists(Pics)

    05/06/2015 6:08:01 PM PDT · 199 of 205
    butterdezillion to willywill

    If the human spirit is inherently good, how did the Holocaust happen?

  • HE PUSHED FORWARD: Brave Garland Police Officer Advanced As He Brought Down Garland Terrorists(Pics)

    05/06/2015 6:02:10 PM PDT · 198 of 205
    butterdezillion to chaosagent

    By not being Muslim and existing you assault Islamists at the very core of their beings. The only way to totally appease them is to either die or become one of them.

  • EXCLUSIVE: Black suspect chased, shot in riot-scarred Baltimore [FOX update: No one shot]

    05/05/2015 6:51:46 AM PDT · 179 of 188
    butterdezillion to Old Sarge

    I’ve noticed that Alinsky-ism here a lot lately, with the implication that suspicions about the ill intent of the regime (which, if they do anything with their intent, is a “conspiracy”) should be banned from FR because we don’t want to be “Alex Jones Bat-sh!t Crazy”. If suspecting ill intent by the regime is verboten, then 90% of what’s on FR would be gone, gone, gone. And FR would cease to have a reason to exist.

    But hey, if that’s the direction they want to go... like you said, if the watchman gives the warning and the people fail to heed, the bloodguilt is theirs. And I (and many, many others - apparently including FEMA) suspect there’s going to be a LOT of bloodguilt before this is all over.

    As to the media and military’s willingness to help the regime on what they KNOW is a conspiracy to criminally defraud the entire country - at this point I can pretty easily document that as fact. Not that anybody is willing to hear the facts...

  • Ted Cruz ‘reached out to the Pentagon’ about martial law conspiracy theory

    05/04/2015 6:37:09 AM PDT · 445 of 485
    butterdezillion to Vermont Lt

    Just suppose that an Adolf Hitler became CINC; how would our system stop him from doing something “crazy”? How are our military people better than the Germans in Hitler’s army? How is our system better prepared to stop a “Night of the Long Knives” than they were? How does our military system hold the CINC in check better than the German military?

    Tell me all the reasons why this could never happen here like it did there - given that all the techniques that were used to degrade both the system of accountability (and the integrity of each military person’s ethics) there can also be used here (and are actually certifiably being used, as per “small government” people being called “terrorists” in DHS communications with LE, the military actively muzzling Christians, etc).

    To get military people to willingly gas to death millions of people, all Hitler had to do was use the propaganda machine to convince people that handicapped people are a burden, that “greedy Jews” caused the economic problems, and that the whole country would be better off without dissent to “slow down recovery”.

    Look at what’s going on in the military to get rid of “homophobes” and in the society at large to marginalize Christians and/or Constitutionalists as xenophobic, racist, hate-mongers.... and tell me how that is any different than how Hitler’s propaganda machine prepared the German society to create a military perfectly capable of “just following orders” when told to gas their own countrymen.

  • Ted Cruz ‘reached out to the Pentagon’ about martial law conspiracy theory

    05/04/2015 6:24:56 AM PDT · 443 of 485
    butterdezillion to Vermont Lt

    You try imagining them telling the CINC to go pound sand when he orders them to secure an area under martial law.

    Show me ANY time when Special Forces or SEALs told the CINC to go pound sand when given an order to secure an area. Show me one time when that happened.

  • Ted Cruz ‘reached out to the Pentagon’ about martial law conspiracy theory

    05/04/2015 6:22:36 AM PDT · 442 of 485
    butterdezillion to Safrguns; Vermont Lt

    As she was leaving office Janet Napolitano - and a dem US Rep (IIRC) at the same time also - made comments about an imminent disaster that would make everything else suffered thus far pale by comparison.

    I wondered why nobody asked them exactly what they were talking about.

    Shortly after that was an “earthquake” off the Atlantic coast that Russia said looked like a nuclear detonation, and that an insider said was a US nuke detonated there instead of in SC where Obama had ordered it to be detonated. According to the story, the 2 military leaders who foiled the plan (in the same fashion that you suggest any of our Special Forces or SEALs would do) were ousted for gambling and loss of confidence, IIRC.

    And then shortly after that there was the shooting in the Navy Yard. Was that the time when Congress wore “Thank you, Congressional SEcurity” (or whatever) buttons on the same day as the event?

    Vermont Lt, What can you tell us about the “Night of the Long Knives” under Hitler, and what has been happening within the US military in the last 6 years? What can you tell us about the legality of how David Petraeus and Gen. Allen were snooped on by the US government, to get rid of them? What can you tell us about who in the US military approved an imam to curse the bodies of the SEALs killed in Extortion 17 - and how the whole US military rose up in huge reaction to protest the illegality of that (HA!)? And by the way, does that mean that there were 16 previous “Extortions”?

  • Ted Cruz ‘reached out to the Pentagon’ about martial law conspiracy theory

    05/04/2015 6:07:17 AM PDT · 441 of 485
    butterdezillion to Vermont Lt

    Now that’s ironic. You accuse others of making “sniping comments about other posters, but present no thoughts or assessments.”

    But you say that Ted Cruz is a terrible, untrustworthy person because he went straight to the military to get answers for his constituents’ questions and concerns.

    I’d laugh my head off if Cruz’ exact words to the military when he asked were “Please educate us as to the purpose and history of this exercise.” LOLOL.

  • Ted Cruz ‘reached out to the Pentagon’ about martial law conspiracy theory

    05/04/2015 5:58:55 AM PDT · 440 of 485
    butterdezillion to IMR 4350

    Isn’t that what he got at Waco?