Posts by CGVet58

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  • The Real Electoral College Reform

    11/29/2016 2:24:44 PM PST · 38 of 66
    CGVet58 to bankwalker

    one electoral vote by congressional district - LOVE this idea!

    Really, you know all those references that say America is a slightly right of center Nation? Your suggestion would show this to be true.

    the JG

  • Could any of the other 16 Republican's have defeated Hillary?

    11/28/2016 4:33:50 PM PST · 112 of 156
    CGVet58 to goldstategop

    spot on. And I say this, with Cruz still my #1 man... but God thankfully has other plans for us, cause Ted would not have broken through the blue wall like DJT did.

    The JG

  • Vanity - Obama, Clinton, Stein, continue destruction of Democrat Party!!!

    11/27/2016 8:17:08 AM PST · 39 of 50
    CGVet58 to mazda77

    “...separate count in regards to espionage act...”

    Retired Coastie LTjg seconding your statement, with a TS clearance when i was active.

    Each page thus compromised could have resulted in thou$$ands of dollars fine/years imprisonment.

    And “intent” had jack to do with it.

    The Oath still stands, Frater - there is no expiration date on it.

    In Liberty,

    The JG

  • The Democrats’ real strategy in launching recounts

    11/27/2016 6:57:00 AM PST · 80 of 139
    CGVet58 to JesusIsLord
    "...What's the right strategy for the Republican party in dealing with these recount demands..."

    How about Trump demanding similar recounts in CA, OR, WA, NY, questioning the legitimacy of the votes in those states?

    If this were to happen, thus giving the soros/clinton commie crowd a good, strong healthy measure of their own Alinsky-tactics - coupled with an excellent dose of good ole' American STFU, of course - I'd get the popcorn, grab the remote, and just watch leftist heads explode for the next 4 years!

    The JG

  • The Democrats’ real strategy in launching recounts

    11/27/2016 6:43:16 AM PST · 77 of 139
    CGVet58 to Jim Noble; All
    This disgusting effort to undermine the Constitution and the election is par for the course for the left, the clintons, democrats. That they are using Stein is practically a slap in the face - given that there is no way she could win, it's debatable whether she even has standing on this.

    Jim and all, would appreciate thoughts on following:

    To demand a recount at such a late hour - the Soros-led traitors bank on the counts not being completed. If this happens, does this mean that the State's votes do not count for the election?

    Secondly, cannot Trump likewise demand a recount from the states that Clinton won ?

    What's good for the goose is good for the gander - if these scum think they can erode Trump's victory by selectively going after states that Trump won (...shades of Al Gore/2000, who initially requested a recount in counties won by him...), then I see no obstacle to why Trump could not likewise question the legitimacy of results in California, Oregon, Washington, Something tells me those leftist cesspools wouldn't be finished by deadline, either.

    Also, Jim, I see your point about it not being able to go to the House (in the scenario we discuss here...). Art II states that it goes to the House in case both candidates having equal votes (... among other, less likely, scenarios...)

    In Liberty, E Pluribus Unum

    The JG

  • Cuban exiles pour onto Miami streets to celebrate Fidel Castro’s death

    11/26/2016 6:28:17 AM PST · 11 of 45
    CGVet58 to Beautiful_Gracious_Skies; All
    the last thing Castro's dimming eyesight read before closing eternally:

    "...Abbandonate Ogni Speranza Voi Ch'Entrate..."

    The JG

  • Oh My God, He Won

    11/13/2016 1:01:22 PM PST · 46 of 54
    CGVet58 to Kaslin

    He recommends not prosecuting.

    I disagree.

  • Oh My God, He Won

    11/13/2016 9:50:54 AM PST · 24 of 54
    CGVet58 to Kaslin
    Bialosky lost me at not prosecuting the Clintons. He couldn't be more wrong; they will not go away, they will not fade into oblivion. Google up the phrase "purple revolution" and see that they're back in the saddle, planning/working towards the next opportunity to screw America.

    They have come back from the seeming abyss before. does not this man understand that Clinton was impeached & disbarred! And yet, such was their power of corruption, that the powers of the left resurrected them from political hell - and here we are now, just having defeated their attempt to complete the destruction of our nation, only by the Grace of God and the steadfastness of enough of our fellow Americans.


    No more "sweeping this under the rug". No more "being nice... heeealing (which only becomes needed when the left/dhimmicrats lose - did you see them show magnanimity when they won?) No.

    They sneered at us. Called us all kinds of names. One of their top propagandists from CNN painted Americans that were Taxed Enough Already with a vile, disgusting term used to describe a homosexual act involving one partner's mouth and another's genitalia. And the rest of their sympathizers (sp?) laughed at us in the aftermath.

    They attacked our fundamental rights, sending weapons to Mexican drug lords who killed thousands of innocent citizens in our southern neighbors land as well as two dedicated agents of our own - and stonewalled any investigation on it. And - as if on cue - the President (!!!) came on TV using this crime as a pretext to claim that the guns were bought here, and therefore we should ban guns because.

    They force gun-free zones upon us, including where our children are located, while knowing full well that the satanically motivated madmen who imagine eternal infamy for themselves will target these locations. And when these madmen succeed, these bastards from the left DANCE IN THE BLOOD OF OUR INNOCENTS blaming the tool and not their vile evil for the murders.

    They weaponized the federal agency that reaches into our pockets against the kind of Americans who initially revolted against their tyranny in 2010, which resulted in the Republican takeover of the pursestrings - and they did it because they knew that w/out stopping these same Americans, they would have been routed in 2012.

    Deplorables. Irredeemables. Bible Thumpers. Bitter Clingers. Their standard bearer, a radical liar who hates America, was tougher on Republicans and regular Americans than he was on terrorists that kill us.

    They hate us. And they de-humanize us in a manner that is reminiscent of how Nazis dehumanized those whom they attempted to eradicate.

    Without these abuses of power above described (by all means not a complete list), the celebration we have today would have been held 4 years ago. I recall the debate where Romney took o-bambi to task for Benghazi, into which Crowley interjected herself to defend Mr. hussein, and which Romney just simply punked out when confronted by this windbag. Had Mitt shown at that moment to have a pair of balls and shut that shit down the way he should have, the 2012 election might have been different.

    all of these things. The deviousness. The treachery. the contemptuous air they hold us in.

    And Mr. Bialosky wants us to not play hardball with the scum such as these?

    Not all of them, of course - but in the body-politic that is the left in this country today, there are healthy cells and others that are a virus waiting to kill the host. It is the latter that we must plan to continue fighting and destroy, for it is never the moderates who make the difference, but the driven.

    we do this by (A) NOT "forgiving and forgetting"; and (B) pursueing an agenda that re-establishes our Constitution as the SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND.

    Trump's promises given at Gettysburg offer us a rare opportunity. They are strikingly clear - if he accomplishes 90% of what he promises (and he can...), it will deal a death blow to the Clintons & the Soros' of the world. We have won a key battle, perhaps a turning point - but have not won the war, not even won the campaign yet.

    The left is not done yet, not while they think they can still bullshit us... and the fact that they have cried out "healing" with one hand, while financing/supporting "NOT MY PRESIDENT!" riots, beating up folks who voted for Trump, carrying around "RAPE MELANIA" posters with the other... well begging Mr. Bialosky's pardon, but he doesn't know shit from shinola and couldn't be more wrong in proposing that we extend a civilized hand towards the sort of vermin who are capable of the above.

    so, the hell with them. Let's rebuild the Constitution with REAL AMERICANS . If they're down with that, they can come along for the ride. If not, then as my brother Marines would say, they can "... get the Hell out of the way...". Cause I'm not holding the door for them.

    In Liberty,

    the JG

  • Confederate flags shock viewers at Petaluma Veterans Day parade

    11/13/2016 4:21:22 AM PST · 46 of 91
    CGVet58 to agere_contra

    that there were tariffs, I would not deny (though I haven’t followed that, and would very much be interested in getting references from you on these, and their supposed impact).

    That they impoverished the South is not true. The Southern states were the most prosperous, the richest in the Union. Cotton was king back in that day, and the South produced so much that enormous percentages of Great Britain’s economy relied on this Cotton. Not to mention the Northern states, the American Textile Revolution, all of which profited from Cotton. The Southern states weren’t “impoverished” - not by any stretch.

    The Cotton Gin allowed for greatly increased harvesting of Cotton, leading the Southern Democrat slave-owners to clamor for more slaves. This had been happening for decades before the Civil War.

    Cotton was $, and the reason why the slave owners clamored for slavery to be expanded, even out of the South and into the territories. Can you forget the bleeding Kansas? The Missouri Compromise? John Brown’s rebellion?

    The Lincoln-Douglas debates, wherein Stephen Douglas supported “Popular Sovereignty” - which would let local populaces decide whether a territory was to be slave or free - saw the rushing in of “southern” citizens to various territories in efforts to outnumber any locals voting for free (Democrats may not have had buses back in the 1850’s, but they’ve had centuries of practice in stuffing the ballot boxes, apparently...).

    No sir, the South did not simply fight to throw off tariffs. They fought to defend slavery as the cornerstone of their political foundation. Read their confederate Constitutions as written, refer to the Newspapers of the day.

    The Civil War is so often misunderstood, with some truths offered in part, thus obscuring the entire story, the context and complexities of this event. Consider States Rights, for example - I’m sure you know that many in the country, in the South will refer to the Civil War as the “war of Northern Agression”, claim that the South was seceding to defend States Rights. And they are partially correct - under the Declaration of Independence, it is true that they could secede under the concept of States Rights. But there is no mention of it in our Constitution, broad interpretations of the 10th amendment notwithstanding. Yet it was the vehicle which the Southern Slave Owners (Democrats) used to justify secession and war... all to defend Slavery, to stop the northern blocking of its expansion. Hubris.

    Ironic... that the noblest words ever crafted by Man in self government (... “We hold these Truths to be self-evident...) would be used by Southern Democrat plantation owners to deceptively claim the moral high ground while defending a heinous institution. To soil such a noble idea in defense of keeping the boot of one man upon the neck of another... no words can describe the disgust that all men of free will must have for such an act.

    Nor is this a blanket indictment of all who fought in the Civil War for the Confederacy. Not everyone in the South owned slaves. Only the most prosperous did. Population in the South antebellum was over 10,200,000 souls. Just over 358,000 were slave owners ( The political leadership in the south also came from these slave owners; the rest of the population being primarily comprised of poorer white farmers and the slaves themselves.

    Really, despite the fact that the South was so prosperous, so rich, it had many aspects of a feudal economy - the high Lords (plantation owners/Democrats/political leadership - the cavalier class) over the yeomanry (Scotch/Irish) and below them the chattel labor (slaves, most of which were black, but there were also more than a few blacks who owned slaves themselves...).

    The South was pushed into war by the cavalier/slave owners because they saw profit in keeping slavery and their position. The yeomanry had no such stake in slavery as they did not own slaves... but when their homes were invaded by the northern armies, they defended as would you, I or any other man, irrespective of right or wrong.

    Nor was this defense limited solely to the less priviledged - Southern gentlemen, including one of our greatest Generals and Americans - Robert E. Lee - took up arms however reluctantly, but with complete firmness, in defense of his home state. Which is why the Confederate Battle Flag is so precious to so many, including me - and I’m not from the South.

    The stars and bars may be said to represent the folly of an elite class of democrats (where have we seen that before???) leading a nation to destruction, but the Confederate battle flag represents men who fought for each other, for their families and for their homes.

    Finally, I must say that the ensueing history post-civil war, when the reconstruction was left uncompleted, and the Jim Crow south came into being for the next 100 years, happened because the democrat cavalier class that brought the war upon the nation was not destroyed, and left instead to recoup their strength, reintegrate into the political fabric of the federal and state governments.

    Victor Hanson shared what Sherman thought about how they should be dealt with. Look to what Democrats have wrought in the past 70 years - the New Deal, a compromised FDR administration that left Eastern Europe in bondage, abandonment of our ally South Vietnam to tyranny, betrayal of the pro-Western Shah leading to today’s islamic terrorism, Clinton’s compromise of nuclear secrets to China, Obama’s Manchurian Candidate Administration, Clinton’s compromise of national security, Benghazi...

    Look at the above record, and carefully consider just what we today should do, what a Trump administration should do, about the left in this country. If we expect the democrats today, the left today, to be compliant/supportive of America, we would be fools of the first magnitude.

    with respect, and in Liberty -

    The JG

  • 10:00am Election Day Ground Reports – What’s Going On….

    11/09/2016 9:09:12 AM PST · 337 of 337
    CGVet58 to Blue Turtle

    I know.

    bumped into a co-worker ‘pon arrival. She was dressed in black, and distressed, wiping her forehead, eyes shiny.

    “are you feeling OK?”, I asked her.

    “The Election results”, she replied.

    “Oh, you wanted Clinton to win?”; She starts choking and almost crying when the next words came out of her mouth - “I didn’t want HIM to win... but I don’t want to talk about this.”

    She’s in mourning, poor wingbat. Reminds me of Katie Couric dressing in black the morning after Bush defeated Kerry.

    Such fools.

    the JG

  • 10:00am Election Day Ground Reports – What’s Going On….

    11/09/2016 7:39:05 AM PST · 335 of 337
    CGVet58 to Blue Turtle
    hey Brother -

    happy first-morning of the Stick-a-fork-in-the-Witch-she's-done era

    the JG

  • 10:00am Election Day Ground Reports – What’s Going On….

    11/08/2016 10:46:02 AM PST · 259 of 337
    CGVet58 to Blue Turtle

    what part of CT? I’m in Trumbull - Republican town. Long line this AM, I was there at0545 and was # 200. Never seen lines like this since i’ve been living here...

    the JG

  • ‘I wouldn’t change places with you’: 8th grader’s ‘white boy privilege’ poem goes viral

    09/14/2016 11:43:30 AM PDT · 46 of 46
    CGVet58 to aquila48

    hey Eagle,

    sorry for the late response.

    i agree with most of your thoughts on this. Historically, nations that are bilingual or bicultural have never had a peaceful existence - there’s always friction between the two as one vies for control over the other.

    I don’t think there ever has been something like our current nation, where a group representing 12 percent of the population is largely responsible for over 50% of the friction (cultural, law enforcement, education, etc) in the nation.

    the most alarming realities to me - the greatest threats we face come from within the walls of our city. Gibbon, Toynbee, the warnings of our Founding Fathers come to mind as I view my world today...

    Tough time to be raising children - I have a 13 yo, but I teach him, we talk, and we practice our aim... all the while knowing that we belong to Christ, so we are where God Wants us to be.

    Which is why I won’t run when TSHTF.

    In Liberty, my friend -

    the JG

  • ‘I wouldn’t change places with you’: 8th grader’s ‘white boy privilege’ poem goes viral

    07/13/2016 3:12:30 AM PDT · 28 of 46
    CGVet58 to aquila48
    "...with each group having their own country and running their affairs as they please..."

    are you referring to Haiti?

    sarcasm aside, here's a profound statement from a black police officer - read it, let me know what you think...

    The JG

  • If Obama is Muslim, why is he pro-abortion and pro-gay "marriage"? [vanity]

    09/18/2015 7:36:24 PM PDT · 102 of 139
    CGVet58 to DiogenesLamp; All

    true and agreed. and I would add, in response to the basic premise and question:

    the only thing obama is for, is pro-destruction of America.

    Everything about him, no matter how contradictory on its face - his muslim belief, pro abortion, pro-gay, anti-constitution, the racist divisions, EVERYTHING!!! - is configured towards that one goal.


  • Ted Cruz, Proven Record: “Cruz has stood in decidedly Reagan-style against the Republican ...

    08/07/2015 9:04:14 AM PDT · 8 of 13
    CGVet58 to yadent; All
    off the hip response to your comments about Cruz (without having done the background work needed to check on your conclusions; if you have reference URL's they'd be much appreciated):

    Cruz is a first term Senator - to come in and automatically start charging against established GOP leadership as a rookie??? Equals consignment to the coat closet; no committees, no positions of influence.

    Advantages to establishing a groundwork with fellow republicans: (1) shows that he can and is willing to do so; (2) allows him to introduce conservative, pro-Constitutionalist values into discussion, to influence decision-making; (3) nudges leadership towards pro-Constitutionalist (which is to say, traditional Republican) position (... something we can all agree is sadly lacking among eGOP).

    (4) biggest advantage, imho: when (not if) eGOP leadership pulls the two step again, as they did with ImEx vote, be in the position (based on above steps taken) to both:

    Call a Spade a SPADE (calling McConnell the liar that he is), and... Have the BALLS to do so in PUBLIC, in the FORUM directly IMPACTED by these lies, and precisely where the eGOP dem-lite establishment must be deFEATED and replaced by an HONEST AND TRUE REPUBLICAN, TEA PARTY LEADERSHIP!!!

    Cruz has not compromised his values; he had to (and did...) get close enough to walk with the eGOP leadership, and HOIST their actions up against their PETARD of LIES they used to have We the People entrust them with majorities in Congress!

    Yes, alot of bold formatting - not shouting at you, just ANGRY at those in the Republican party who would destroy my country in their attempts to be lying, lite versions of the treasonous democrat party. Cruz is the man for me, the man for this country, and the man i trust most to not just actually stop the tyranny from the left at this point in time, but the man who can lead towards restoring the Constitution back to it's original standing.

    Term Limits? Reigning in rogue Justices? Impeachment proceedings against rogue elected officials? Holding Justice and IRS accountable? Stopping IRAN? Cruz is the man to do this; and his fighting what Media and dhimmis have characterized as losing, anti-government battles is testament that he walks the WALK as well as talking the talk.

    tx for reading this far, God Bless, Praise God and pass the ammunition!

    Jacksonian Grouch/CGVet58

  • Carly, Don’t Fall For The Fox Trap

    08/04/2015 6:05:57 AM PDT · 43 of 44
    CGVet58 to Teacher317

    “... ripping Hillary...”

    agreed. Given her standings at this point in time, that is EXACTLY what she should be - and is! - doing.

    It’s still early, and this election is very dynamic, so the candidates relative strengths will certainly change. If this were a chess game, Carly’s strength is that of a Pawn - and everytime she tears into Hitlery, it’s the equivalent of a Pawn threatening the opposing Queen.

    So worst case scenario, Carly takes down that damnable liar, and our side is better off for it. Better case scenario, Carly rises and becomes a viable candidate.

    Likely outcome: clinton chokes on her own lies as the press can no longer protect her (largely due to Carly takedowns) and Carly gets a cabinet position to help the next Republican Conservative President undo the damage of the Usurper - and begin to get our country and government back on sound, Consitutional footing.

    CGVet58 / Jacksonian Grouch


    07/03/2015 2:11:15 PM PDT · 12 of 26
    CGVet58 to SoFloFreeper; cva66snipe
    you know, I've had a couple of brews, and my eyes don't work so well as they did in my younger days, but i gotta tell ya...

    this article is full of shit.

    you wanna go quietly into the night, ceding the battlefield to those who would destroy us?

    Sam Adams had something to say about that... something about chains resting lightly. I was going to google up a link for you, but why on earth would I do so?

    You're weak. And you've given up already: "... we are still allowed to worship in freedom..."

    allowed? allowed!!!???

    please tell me you don't live in Connecticut; we've got our hands full enough in this blue state w/out having to deal with passives like you.

    Jacksonian Grouch

    for CVA66Snipe: USSAlbany CG-10 '77-80, COM6thFLT sending out a Quebec-Golf-Victor to a fellow Vet...

  • Happy 223rd birthday, United States Coast Guard

    08/04/2013 9:22:57 AM PDT · 7 of 19
    CGVet58 to rktman

    Semper Par, Rocketman -

    and it’s a two-fer for me; I’m a retired puddle pirate (2000) and my boy turns 10 today (son of a son of the CG - whoo-HAH!, baybee!!!)

    JG sends...

  • Obama: Americans “Are Root Cause of Violence That’s Been Happening Here in Mexico”

    05/04/2013 5:46:29 AM PDT · 70 of 168
    CGVet58 to Jim Robinson

    threw the whole country under the bus. not surprising, but still minor amazement that the depths this scumbag will sink to in order to always shift the blame away from his highness.


  • NY Democrat pleads with Republican not to share document proposing confiscation of guns

    01/20/2013 8:50:50 AM PST · 5 of 43
    CGVet58 to listenhillary


  • NY Democrat pleads with Republican not to share document proposing confiscation of guns

    01/20/2013 8:50:15 AM PST · 4 of 43
    CGVet58 to listenhillary


  • Dear GOP-e and other bedwetters

    11/19/2012 10:38:39 AM PST · 109 of 113
    CGVet58 to DoughtyOne


  • Top 10 U.S. Military Slogans - On a T-Shirt

    11/17/2012 5:24:49 PM PST · 17 of 17
    CGVet58 to red-dawg

    I still miss my ex-wife... but my aim is improving.

  • Connecticut Election Day Voters, Post Here,How Is The Polling Places Doing? VANITY

    11/06/2012 6:35:44 AM PST · 10 of 16
    CGVet58 to Biggirl

    Trumbull CT here - this morning was the most I’ve ever seen in my times voting. I was in line @ around 6:30 AM, and there were about 150 in front of me, with the line snaking out the door. Parking lot and nearby streets were pretty full.

    Trumbull usually votes Republican, but last election cycle the Republican vote came in at less than expected, so the above give me great hope.


  • Obama TV Ad Hits Romney on Massachusetts Debt

    06/12/2012 3:54:03 PM PDT · 52 of 58
    CGVet58 to edpc

    absolutely agree. the usurper attacking on the issue of debt? After the destruction he’s wrought in three years???

    that’s a huge-normous “Pot calling the kettle black” b**ch-slap waiting to be recorded

  • In Letter to Polish President, President Obama Expresses Regret Over Term "Polish Death Camp"

    06/03/2012 3:55:19 AM PDT · 29 of 33
    CGVet58 to ColdOne
    "... how did he find time to writ this letter? "

    who said he really wrote it? -

    Bill Ayers

  • Historical *Evidence* for the Crucifixion Darkness (Solar Eclipse?)

    05/20/2012 4:43:21 PM PDT · 29 of 29
    CGVet58 to CondoleezzaProtege


    can you send a sig this way when you post them? thanks


  • Conservatives Can't Wait to Vote

    05/09/2012 8:23:10 PM PDT · 35 of 42
    CGVet58 to Biggirl

    agreed. Loved that our crowd came out for Walker and outnumbered the dhimmi voters.

    Hopefully the trend will hold true in November and not just in Wisconsin, but across the whole land.

    My fear now is voter fraud - I read an article on accuracy in media, about how the ACORN criminals have merely organized into different organizations and are still involved in registration and the voting process. Truly scary, if not for the thing that I’m certain it will happen, but that so far our response in previous voter fraud events has been pitiful.

    Here’s the link:

  • Conservatives Can't Wait to Vote

    05/09/2012 7:50:43 PM PDT · 34 of 42
    CGVet58 to myself6

    read my comments again. this isn’t my leftward move. And this crap about how this sucks for me - you don’t know me for you to be running shit out your mouth like i’m some kind of progressive.

    then read a bit closer, and see that I believe more conservatives in Congress is the only way this change can happen in a peaceful way, at the ballot box.

    Because if it’s not the ballot box, then it’s the bullets.

    So you see, 2012 really is the bellweather election of our lives. But it won’t be the only one; just a start to taking back the Republic from which the dhimmis and the usurper have brought so close to destroying.

    But i might be wrong; after 2008 I really thought it was going to get bloody before it got better. then the Tea party comes along, 2010 midterms - and it’s a start. Now Rino lugar is getting bounced and with good reason; and the votes in wisconsin give me hope that Conservatives - who didn’t even have to show up for the primary since Walker was running unopposed - still did, and outvoted the dhimmis who have just forced that state to spend 16 million on the recall. And that gives me hope that real Americans - the ones that want to stop this leftist tyranny, to get the government back under control, will come out to the vote this November. And that means that true Constitutionalists, true conservatives, will increase their numbers in Congress.

    And I believe that the conservative core in Congress can control a leftward leaning guy like Romney. and THAT’s a better proposition than leaving the usurper in place, which is what will happen if other citizens do like you and not vote.

    So we disagree on certain things; fine. opinions are like assholes after all, everyone’s got one.

    As for your laying this leftist claptrap on me... you can take that and stick it where the sun doesn’t shine. I regret addressing you as Frater in my first note - you are no brother of mine.


  • Conservatives Can't Wait to Vote

    05/09/2012 3:47:20 PM PDT · 28 of 42
    CGVet58 to myself6

    First things first, Frater -


    More importantly, this process of taking back our country, to undo the damage from a century of slow-wratcheting ever-leftward erosion of our Republic, is going to take a LONG time. And several election cycles so that TEA party Americans can continue to grow in strength.

    All journeys begin with the 1st step... And nothing is more important than getting the usurper out of power.

    Afraid that Mitt is not the right choice? Suck it up, ace - he is the only choice. Remember that it is the entire government that needs fixing; Romney will be receptive to the growing Constitutionalists that are the only group that can really work from within the govt to change it. Like I said above, it will take several cycles of 2010-like Conservative gains - likely not as dramatic, but steady nonetheless - before the vermin dhimmicrats and the “dhimmi-lite” establishment rinos are rendered powerless.

    But the first step must be to get the usurper out of office. Anybody But Obama.


  • Data Indicate Election Will Be Referendum

    04/19/2012 1:21:07 PM PDT · 12 of 15
    CGVet58 to Smokin' Joe


  • The Seven Most Disturbing Moments So Far in Barack Obama's Presidency

    04/17/2012 1:08:04 PM PDT · 34 of 34
    CGVet58 to Graybeard58


  • Romney on Abortion - 2002 [Contrast this with "I have always been Pro-Life"] (Feb 19, 2007)

    04/15/2012 5:27:23 PM PDT · 20 of 33
    CGVet58 to SoConPubbie; All

    well, I might get zotted for this, but regarding this coming election, it’s very simple:


    That includes Mitt! Whole-HEARTEDLY!

    Yes, he’s got issues. Serious issues that would cause me to not vote for him. So do all of them. My personal favorite was Newt, but he’s not gonna be the candidate.


    ALL THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES, EVERY SINGLE ONE, WILL BE BETTER THAN OBAMA. And if it’s concerns about getting back to small government, rolling back the damage the usurper has inflicted, then it’s gonna take a lot more than a president to do this. Something like increase in Tea Party representation - that’s the only thing that can cleanse the establishment GOP.

    Ok, Helmet on; foxhole occupied - let the incoming rounds land where they may.


  • What If the Government Rejects the Constitution?

    04/13/2012 12:38:20 PM PDT · 152 of 156
    CGVet58 to Jack Black

    agreed - that’s the second visit I refer to. It’s the first visit in my comments where the real decision will be made.

    for my part, once a man stands up and says NO to the government in this context, then everything changes and he should live his life accordingly. There really is no other way, we are either Free or not.

  • What If the Government Rejects the Constitution?

    04/13/2012 4:21:14 AM PDT · 145 of 156
    CGVet58 to Psalm 144; Ancesthntr

    forgive me for the following presumption, but I think Ancesthntr takes for granted that big Gubmint has been watching Freep for years - hell, when Janet the fascist wrote that rightwing terrorist threat bulletin some time back, she probably wanted to include the FR logo as the main illustration on the front page!

    It seems to me that he is ready to say no when the authorities start the confiscation of weapons, and probably ready to fight when the jackboots come back to knock on (or knock down...) the door when he doesn’t comply.

    And for Anceshntr, I might have you sized up wrong on this, but that’s not the meat of this matter. The real question is how many of us will react when the authorities “ask” for our weapons.

    Look at how it happened historically. Hitler claimed the greater good of society was served by the weapons confiscation, blamed the Jews, disarmed them first - then unleashed kristalnacht. Likewise Stalin, Mao, the Turks against the Armenians, and so on. And for those who say it can’t happen here (not you two guys, you know better) I offer Katrina and the local law confiscating guns.

    People give up their weapons for fear of what can happen to our families if they don’t... even as we know enough about human history that the thinking part of our brains tells us it will only be worse if we do give up our weapons.

    That’s the question, Fraters — and we won’t know the answer as a society until - like a military unit seeing combat action for the first time - we see the proverbial “elephant” knocking on our door with the choice at hand.


  • What If the Government Rejects the Constitution?

    04/13/2012 2:51:22 AM PDT · 143 of 156
    CGVet58 to sam_paine
    "...What if the concept of “the consent of the governed” was finally rendered moot at Appomattox in 1865?..."

    Would that also include consent of the chattel which the side trumpeting this "consent of the governed" meme never granted?

    Orwell - 1984 - Up is down - democrat is liberal - wrong is Right.

    And fighting to keep and extend slavery becomes a "states rights" issue... and a parody.

  • Emulating Breitbart

    04/09/2012 7:45:56 PM PDT · 10 of 11
    CGVet58 to reefdiver; All

    nor let us forget the shame of a democrat Congress, led by the Manslaughterer himself, which turned off support to Vietnam in ‘75, resulting in millions dead at the hands of the commies and khmer rouge.

    I said it here when that vermin died, and I’ll say it again; may the last thing he saw before light dimmed forever from his eyes be a sign with the following words inscribed:


  • Marbury v. Madison and the Supremes

    04/03/2012 2:19:04 AM PDT · 36 of 41
    CGVet58 to ANGGAPO

    this is a good thread. Excellent remarks, both lay and expert.

    I especially like the added oomph! provided by the double postings.



  • The Hunger Games: A Glimpse into the Progressive Left’s Endgame

    03/26/2012 4:03:39 PM PDT · 5 of 32
    CGVet58 to No One Special


  • Why is President Obama so rattled by Newt Gingrich?

    03/20/2012 5:21:15 PM PDT · 29 of 31
    CGVet58 to Qwackertoo

    “go after obama day after day...”

    if only Newt would have done this from the beginning; he’d be the one in the lead for delegates and we wouldn’t have to consider voting for Flipper while holding our noses...

  • ‘Ishtar’ Lands on Mars ('John Carter' a colossal bomb for Disney, $165M writeoff, layoffs...)

    03/11/2012 2:23:54 PM PDT · 60 of 192
    CGVet58 to pjd; All

    agreed. Saw it yesterday in iMax 3D with my son, and we had a blast. FX, story line, action, villains and bad guys, battle scenes - i think this is Hollywood going after a studio that doesn’t toe the party line.

    will buy with it comes out in blu-ray

  • The Dual Prophecies of Iran

    03/04/2012 7:10:35 AM PST · 12 of 12
    CGVet58 to TruthInThoughtWordAndDeed


  • VIDEO: Newt Gingrich ***RIPS*** into John King on the 1st question in tonites GOP debate

    01/20/2012 4:49:36 AM PST · 101 of 104
    CGVet58 to PJ-Comix


    imho, though, Newt pulled up short. He could have easily gone ahead with a few more slappings along the “protect obama” thread - he could have said something like, “... you stoop to this level of attack against Republicans and you cite your self-proclaimed status as the Fourth Estate, claiming the People have a right to know, yet you have turned a deaf ear to Obama’s ... “ and then you can slip in a coupla three or four items in there.

    Imagine the impact if - on National TV - a Republican is seen not as being meek, but striking back at the biased MSM and mentioning such things as obla-blah’s gunwalker, or saying the word “FASCISM” and GOVERNMENT MOTORS in the same sentence, associated with each other. Hell, he could even have asked how these guys could ride the Bush college transcripts but haven’t pressed the chosenWun’s hiding of his own transcripts.

    The impact, of course, is that it would be on national TV, and not massaged/controlled by the same media, and a Republican would have been seen to be taking this commie media hack out the woodshack for a really good spanking.

    It would have Newt’s “’s the People’s Seat...” moment (Scott Brown). I honestly think, if he would done something like that, He would have locked in all the Conservatives

    It was pretty darn good, but I wish he would have gone further along this line.

    But still

  • Newt Gingrich - Charleston SC Townhall

    11/29/2011 3:38:53 PM PST · 12 of 12
    CGVet58 to BCrago66

    tx 4 the links..

  • Governor Rick Perry’s Views on Major Issues

    09/06/2011 3:06:23 AM PDT · 89 of 108
    CGVet58 to TheConservativeParty; All

    it’s been a long while since i’ve posted, but this thing about a fence, or “a WALL” as you put it. Two questions for you -

    1) How good can a barrier be if the key factor that enables illegal immigration is the lack of enforcement of current laws or compliance by employers?

    2) Do you really think that a simple wall can keep out a man, whatever his education level, who wants to get his family out from the bungholes that are their nations and bring them to a place where he can make more money, have a safer environment (relatively speaking), not be hassled by employers/federal law enforcement - in some cases be welcomed into a sanctuary zone?

    A wall will not stop anything, TCP, not if the underlying cause and enabling factor remains active. A wall can’t stop people, not unless we post machine gun towers ala Iron Curtain not so many years back (and use them).


    CG Vet

  • Birthers Still Disbelieve (List of OBC complaints listed at NR Corner)

    04/28/2011 2:23:10 PM PDT · 47 of 82
    CGVet58 to sickoflibs


  • Donald Trump on Obama’s Birth Certificate: “I Don’t Want to Be Right on This Issue” (Video)

    03/27/2011 2:53:54 AM PDT · 97 of 153
    CGVet58 to expatguy
    "...I know about the BC issue, and why it won't be released..."

    Please tell me why. I'm not a newbie on this topic, been following it since the beginning. I'm of the opinion that he probably was born in HI, but his father's being a British subject means he is not NBC, therefore a usurper. I ask you this because the tenor of your above remark strikes as having an air of certainty to your knowledge.

    Oh, and a sidenote on this whole Trump thing (while you consider answering my request) - I can appreciate the lefty whales staying mute while Trump made his case - he has that kind of weight in their world. Can you imagine if Trump, after making his initial points about the BC, about not showing it, would then have told the world that this usurper has paid - what, a million or two? - in legal fees over 40 or 50 lawsuits which have tried to get him to show that birth certificate?

    Trump's got people now accepting that it's ok to say, "why won't you show us the birth certificate". From that simple question, it's a small step to then ask, "why spend a million bucks to NOT show a piece of paper that would only cost you 15 bucks to show us in the first place?"

    In Freedom,


  • Video: Thomas Sowell on American Collapse: Chapter 3 of 5

    08/18/2010 2:12:51 PM PDT · 9 of 11
    CGVet58 to jazusamo

    bttt and get’em all

  • A Nation of Fools? A European's View of the United States

    05/18/2010 6:50:37 AM PDT · 28 of 28
    CGVet58 to 2ndDivisionVet

    bravo zulu, tap ‘em twice in center mass BTTT