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Posts by lentulusgracchus

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  • U.S. Navy's Big Mistake -- Building Tons of Supercarriers

    05/29/2015 3:18:06 AM PDT · 48 of 72
    lentulusgracchus to Smokin' Joe; nickcarraway
    I think the big question will become one of how many baskets we put our eggs in, and whether those eggs will be surface, air, or submarine assets (or a combination of all three).

    If 'Rat trolls like nickcarraway have their way, the eggs will all be in Obama grocery-delivery bags on their way to "he'p New America".

    Or full of America's hard-won tax cash, burning in the middle of the street in spite, lit up by the biggest Benedict Arnold of all time, bigger even than Srick Wirrie, whose Chinese case officer was Yah Lin "Charlie" Trie, whom nobody has seen since someone put the word "Chinagate" in a newspaper story.

  • U.S. Navy's Big Mistake -- Building Tons of Supercarriers

    05/29/2015 3:09:32 AM PDT · 47 of 72
    lentulusgracchus to nickcarraway
    Nice try, troll (bringing in your troll conviction from the other thread, where you were trolling shamelessly and with similar indirective, misdirective rhetoric).

    What they're worried about is NAVAIR, and that is why they are bringing their propaganda against the Naval Aviation establishment and the carriers they ride to deliver our mailed fist wherever it's wanted. When Marines go ashore, they do so under the cover of Naval Aviation.

    That's what the Chinese don't like, while they claim as property a chunk of the world's ocean.

    Heard the latest one? WESTPAC is now a Chinese-only op area. Signed up for that, PLAN boy?

  • U.S. Navy's Big Mistake -- Building Tons of Supercarriers

    05/29/2015 2:30:39 AM PDT · 42 of 72
    lentulusgracchus to doorgunner69
    I disagree with this lockstep insistence that carrier air can't defend the guide.

    Gun- and AA-9-equipped Mach 2 a/c (did someone say "Tomcat"?) are formidable interceptors against even the fastest Russian "ship-killers", which are (think about this a minute) pilotless, brainless hot rods with 1000- or 2000-pound bombs screwed on the front.

    How did the kamikazes do against the Fleet off Okinawa? Awesome, you say? Actually sank American ships? OMG, they sank some American ships. Awesome, even. Awesome if you were a Japanese pilot or admiral, giving it your best shot and still losing your ass, game set and match.

  • U.S. Navy's Big Mistake -- Building Tons of Supercarriers

    05/29/2015 2:14:46 AM PDT · 41 of 72
    lentulusgracchus to Smokin' Joe
    , it makes sense that in the next major (global) naval conflict, it will be a different technology which prevails. Be that rail gun frigates, drones, submarines, or a combination of all of those, the numbers appear to doom the carrier to a support airfield which can be moved to the vicinity of land conflicts, much as the battleship became self propelled floating artillery.

    Considering that 1) such airfields will continue to be highly useful for force projection and 2) the MSM urinated all over Ronald Reagan for calling the battlewagons back to duty (it was the optics they hated, the politics and the demonstration of cojones), and yet Reagan's successor, who planned to retire all four of them in order to gift blue-haired Park Avenue ladies with nice, fat tax refunds but suddenly found he needed a couple when it was time to break some of Saddam's toys and excavate his bunkers (using 1937 fully-amortized ammunition, thank you), it begins to appear that the opposition to the maintenance of the battleship divisions was always either tax-cut politics or defense-blowdown politics, and in this article we see both sorts of arguments used on just about every weapon system and ship type in the Navy's Order of Battle, by what I'm increasingly confident is a snarky, pimply little 'Rat "oppo" scribbler or a Russian opinion troll pretending to be a typical American 'Rat.

  • U.S. Navy's Big Mistake -- Building Tons of Supercarriers

    05/29/2015 1:57:02 AM PDT · 39 of 72
    lentulusgracchus to dp0622
    so this article is basically saying the aircraft carrier is the destroyer of the 21st century? vulnerable and expensive? and now this trouble with china over those islands. oh boy.

    So this article is exactly what I'd write if I were a Chinese or KGB influence troll trying to poison American readers? Oh, boy. And your post is how I'd follow up, if I were a little "Vlad the Poisoner" troll working the American boards? Oh, boy.

    </off massive sarc>

    My regards to your boss at the PLAN trollhouse. Try harder.

  • The Hidden Hand Behind the Islamic State

    05/29/2015 12:03:46 AM PDT · 165 of 165
    lentulusgracchus to M Kehoe
    ..there are many Christian Kurds. I don't know the numbers, but it is significant.

    The Kurds are an ethnicity, not a religion, and they are not monochromatic. Their history is long, often violent, and rocky as they contended with Persians, Arabs, Turks, and others.

  • The Hidden Hand Behind the Islamic State

    05/28/2015 5:01:58 PM PDT · 164 of 165
    lentulusgracchus to Servant of the Cross
    Did The New Yorker ever nail it with that cover. And they thought they were just kidding.
  • China Predicts War with US over Spratly Islands

    05/28/2015 12:34:36 AM PDT · 39 of 77
    lentulusgracchus to Hoosier-Daddy
    ....unless we adopt total war, and with Obama, ....

    Think twice, citizen. Obama's been tearing our nuclear arsenal down to nothing. I think he's trying to make our strategic arsenal go away by the time he leaves office. It would be the first "tetrafecta" defeat of a great nation by a traitor in all human history: No economy, no strategic forces, two lost wars in place of two victories, and subjectin to Internationalism that must always hate and fear America because of the idea of America, and Americans because of who we are and what we've shown we can do.

    They will always hate our guts and pound us mercilessly because that is the logic of Empire.

  • China Predicts War with US over Spratly Islands

    05/28/2015 12:12:32 AM PDT · 37 of 77
    lentulusgracchus to Jim from C-Town
    As for war. Obama is a pussy. He has no sack to stand up to anyone.....

    Of course he does, he's been fighting against America ever since he was a boy, and and his KGB tovarisches and his good friend Vladimir Putin.

  • China Predicts War with US over Spratly Islands

    05/28/2015 12:07:20 AM PDT · 36 of 77
    lentulusgracchus to marron
    War with China will be fought with bags of money under the table, I believe.

    Ugly thought. Realistic, though. But blood-soaked money isn't fungible and is of no good to the recipient, at least in an open society ...... oh, wait, I forgot. LSM. Right you are.

    Maybe if we could somehow get them to the mat, all those piles of U.S. stash under their mattress would turn to trash. Maybe?

    Maybe put the Fed out of business, too.

  • Mark Levin – We Don’t Need A Governor As President – We Need A Conservative Visionary Leader

    05/27/2015 11:36:56 PM PDT · 53 of 54
    lentulusgracchus to blueunicorn6
    Take care of American business and everything else falls in place.

    Sounds like things are going pretty well .... for you.

    Offshore much? Hire some L-1's and H-1B's today? Fire any Americans so you can fill in behind them for half off?

    Guys like you are half the problem.

  • Mark Levin – We Don’t Need A Governor As President – We Need A Conservative Visionary Leader

    05/27/2015 11:26:50 PM PDT · 52 of 54
    lentulusgracchus to CatherineofAragon
    [Obama] wouldn't be a better president if he'd served as a governor. His leftism is what makes him terrible, and he isn't even all that bright. It isn't his personal brightness that makes the difference -- He's got the entire KGB behind him.

    Or, as we call it nowadays, the Russian government of Comrade Commissar Putin.

  • Mark Levin – We Don’t Need A Governor As President – We Need A Conservative Visionary Leader

    05/27/2015 11:21:43 PM PDT · 51 of 54
    lentulusgracchus to FreeReign
    As Mark says, we need a conservative visionary leader.

    As things stand, it wouldn't hurt to have a little help from the little finger of the Left Hand of God.

    After listening to the contented bulls of the Illuminati ruminate on Charlie Rose about how we need to get rid of "this divisive politics" (meaning us), I think that.

  • Mark Levin – We Don’t Need A Governor As President – We Need A Conservative Visionary Leader

    05/27/2015 12:23:39 PM PDT · 16 of 54
    lentulusgracchus to blueunicorn6
    The first job in getting the federal bureaucracy back to working for the people is to disestablish and defund the various bureaux, departments, and agencies that have been favored nesting sites for the Lyndon Johnson-Jimmy Carter-Bill Clinton Left.

    Top of the list are EPA, Dept. of Education, and now the IRS, since it's been refashioned into a weapon by Obama.

    Also the Civil Rights Division of DoJ, and the Southern Poverty Law Center: Let those guys buy their own dope and hookers.

    We'll also have to De-RiNOfy it. Out goes Dept. of Commerce, out goes Dept. of Labor, and somehow we've got to figure out a way to amputate K Street and J Street.

  • National Review Endorses Sodomite "Marriage"

    05/27/2015 12:01:29 PM PDT · 95 of 106
    lentulusgracchus to Responsibility2nd

    You the other half of Nick’s tag team? Or just Nick’s other half?

  • National Review Endorses Sodomite "Marriage"

    05/27/2015 11:59:26 AM PDT · 94 of 106
    lentulusgracchus to GeronL
    Among world leaders, Nelson Mandela had unmatched moral authority - NR Editors

    Oh, barf. Seems that liberals and specifically queers have money, time, and energy enough to play "capture the flag" with everything from National Review to the Boy Scouts of America.

    That would suggest that Prog Central (they used to be called the Politburo in Russia) is running a target list.

  • National Review Endorses Sodomite "Marriage"

    05/27/2015 11:52:02 AM PDT · 93 of 106
    lentulusgracchus to VerySadAmerican
    There’s no room for a conservative cable news network either. “We report - We decide.”

    Or how about, "We report - You shut up!" ?

    Lotta bellyfeeling going on today after (as Rush reports) a ton of American homodollars overthrew 7000 years of normal morality in Ireland the other day. (Rush says they're going after Italy next: Guess why.)

  • An Obama Crime Wave Spreads Across America

    05/27/2015 2:05:08 AM PDT · 50 of 58
    lentulusgracchus to himno hero
    Clearly, he has done nothing to better this nation for both black and white.... just make greater divides, and diminish America’s power base on financial sectors, economic circles, invention, innovation, militarily and politically. globally.

    That's why I think he's a Communist not a jihadi. A Communist can feign Moo affinities and still be a Communist at core, but not vice versa.

    Also, notice that Putin has been perfecting a new kind of warfare in Georgia and Ukraine, epistemic warfare, a key component of which is to dissemble, feint, and generally confuse the target, the intended victim, as to the perpetrator's intentions, values, and state of knowledge.

    Obama has been doing this w/r/t all adversaries and especially us, and therefore I conclude his program and Putin's are basically one and the same, and that they are therefore in collusion w/r/t the United States and its People.

  • National Review Endorses Sodomite "Marriage"

    05/27/2015 12:22:14 AM PDT · 71 of 106
    lentulusgracchus to GeronL
    They even tried to give Sainthood to terrorist Mandela ....

    Correction, FRiend. Archterrorist.

  • National Review Endorses Sodomite "Marriage"

    05/27/2015 12:17:16 AM PDT · 70 of 106
    lentulusgracchus to nickcarraway
    You are reading way too much. I asked the question.

    No, he isn't, and no, you didn't "ask the question" -- you trolled it.

    You're actively suggesting that Wm. F. Buckley, who once called Gore Vidal, "you goddamn queer" on national television, was in favor of sodomite "marriage". And you knew he wasn't when you put the question.

    Troll.

  • National Review Endorses Sodomite "Marriage"

    05/27/2015 12:10:13 AM PDT · 68 of 106
    lentulusgracchus to nickcarraway
    He was pretty liberal socially.

    No, he had a libertarian streak (same one Goldwater and Reagan cherished), which is a lot different from a "liberal" streak, and tons different for this Prog Stalinist crap we put up with every day.

    Saying "I have liberties" is loads different from "I am a sodomite and you will put up with my making it the law of the land, that you shall burn incense on the altars of Dagon and Melqart."

  • Could Conservatives Push TPA Over the Finish Line?

    05/26/2015 7:23:53 PM PDT · 64 of 64
    lentulusgracchus to Mariner
    We only have to turn about 40 Republicans to a NO position to stop this.

    I like your spunk, but I'm guessing the writer at Roll Call is deeply disappointed in your "attitude".

    I hope the conservatives do move to stop it.

    No NWO, thanks.

  • Exclusive: China warns U.S. surveillance plane

    05/26/2015 12:18:49 PM PDT · 33 of 33
    lentulusgracchus to nikos1121

    Tit for tat. Time to see if those expensive weapons systems work. SSBN went missing? Really! How can we help?

  • Could Conservatives Push TPA Over the Finish Line?

    05/25/2015 4:14:04 PM PDT · 63 of 64
    lentulusgracchus to Mariner
    We only have to turn about 40 Republicans to a NO position to stop this.

    I like your spunk, but I'm guessing the writer at Roll Call is deeply disappointed in your "attitude".

    I hope the conservatives do move to stop it.

    No NWO, thanks.

  • Oil-patch women say energy industry is safe place with opportunities(Antfrac group says no)

    05/25/2015 4:05:51 PM PDT · 7 of 9
    lentulusgracchus to umgud
    Lots of people laid off since oil prices dropped, but experienced and qualified workers are tough to find.

    Sure. "Qualified" includes facility in either Hindi or Mandarin. Or femaleness, or dark skin, or a degree from a European university.

    As for the Americans that used to work there, well, they got run off years ago and have been doing something else, and now you want them to go back to the industry that ran them off?

    So they can be "rightsized" in favor of a woman from Bangalore? ("Welllll, Bob, I really like her energy .... and her hand-to-mouth contract with Tata. She'll stay sharp for years.")

  • Oil-patch women say energy industry is safe place with opportunities(Antfrac group says no)

    05/25/2015 4:01:03 PM PDT · 5 of 9
    lentulusgracchus to bestintxas
    Good call. Hollub is a University of Alabama graduate (cue the Moonbeam McSwine jokes), rode her bachelor's up through the ranks in California domestic operations.

    The outgoing CEO, Steve Chazen, was a financial guy who was apparently picked to guide the company down from the 2010 production peak, selling off properties and generally lowering capital expenditures. He was only CEO for four years; and Oxy just did a downsizing last month, lots of "old guys" thrown over the side.

    Guess that was Chazen's last chore: Take out the "trash". Modern management force-ranks every single employee, and as you might imagine, there are several factors that might slide an otherwise productive employee toward the door. Right now maleness and age seem to be a debilitating pair of characteristics to drag uphill every day. The oil industry has always tried to keep its workforce an age pyramid ..... like the rest of industry. The practice forces co-workers to compete with one another in a perpetual game of "musical chairs" until they lose and get fired.

    Amoco, which in the "good old days" 40 years ago preferred to hire Nazi rocket scientists (emphasis on "Nazi"), discriminated vigorously against male employees during nine rounds of layoffs and "rightsizing" from 1989 to 1998. The women finally got caught in the 1998 squeeze, at which time Amoco prophylactically surfaced a VP-HR to explain to the New Orleans papers why there was such a disproportionate number of women and foreigners in the latest round of dismissals. In the course of the interview the company admitted to their anti-masculine, anti-native, anti-Caucasian bias during the previous nine years.

    The Amoco change in policy was precipitated by a visit from three Power Feminists who explained to Amoco executives that henceforward, with the Democrats returning to national office soon, that if Amoco wanted no trouble with its federal leases offshore, that they'd better start sculpting their workforce to "look like America" (i.e. downtown, big-city, minoritarian America), or else there might be ..... trouble.

    My guess is that these women knew Hillary was coming, and they were "in early", trading on her feminazism.

    Policies like this work for the Democrats two ways: They pump up the number of left-leaning mush-heads in the company at the bottom of the pyramid, teach them that "fairness" got them their jobs, and deprive Republican candidates of cash donations from employed (now disemployed) conservatives. What could go wrong with a strategy of throwing every white male in America into the unemployment line?

  • Can Republican Men Criticize Hillary?

    05/24/2015 12:54:02 PM PDT · 33 of 33
    lentulusgracchus to dowcaet
    Somehow all this being “gentlemanly” towards female politicians didn’t apply to Sarah Palin in 2008, did it? She was a punchline on every late night show and all the Democrats, and sadly a good many Republicans, piled on her too.

    I was puzzled to hear conservative pro-Republican women get their backs up and hiss at Sarah Palin. The men all loved her and, like me, didn't see this "Palin-hate" thing coming.

    The memes and themes of Palin-hate are explored in a January, 2010, article in Commentary, and in subsequent, closely-contemporary blogs in David Frum's blog, Gawker, and on a website called www.jewschool.com, which normally confines itself to Judaica and chalaka, viz. matters of Jewish observance. "Pareena" on Gawker is a Democrat and is quite frank about why she doesn't like Palin, and it's only partly political. In the case of the women who commented on Frum's site and on Gawker and jewschool.com, those who are nominally Republican or conservative, hate Palin viscerally and non-politically. They hate her for her virtues, which astounded me but it's true. That is a new theme in American politics, and one that will cost us for years to come.

    I would posit that there are political, cultural, and geographic -- and gender -- boundaries to Palin's political and personal appeal. Within the "Finkelstein Box" of Red and bordering States, she's a heroine -- with men. Democrats, Democrat women especially, hate her as they ought to, as she is the apotheosis of America and all the American virtues, whereas they are exponents of social decay and societal decline. But the Republican women surprised me with their undercutting and failure to give her her due -- they must see America as a giant sorority house, which is a false meme, but one they've chosen to live by nevertheless, and in that they, too, are "living the decline" because they are the decline, just like all the Chamber stooges and e-RiNO's and NWO- and homo-facilitators in the male GOP.

  • ACLU: 'Communism is the Goal'

    05/23/2015 3:32:32 PM PDT · 40 of 41
    lentulusgracchus to Captain Kirk
    Hmmmm.

    "This account has been banned or suspended."

    "He's dead, Jim."

  • Justice for Freddie Gray

    05/23/2015 3:19:36 PM PDT · 12 of 12
    lentulusgracchus to Kaslin
    [Article]
    But if Baltimore's political leaders are mostly black and its police force reflects the racial composition of the city, why is there such a sense of racial grievance among its black residents, especially those who live in poor neighborhoods in West Baltimore?

    Maybe black residents just hate white cops? Or white people generally? That ever occur to you?

  • PBS Star Ken Burns Rants About Racist America, Where Cops Guns Down Blacks 'Almost Weekly'

    05/23/2015 3:13:38 PM PDT · 39 of 55
    lentulusgracchus to drewh
    Maybe, if Ken Burns wants to see fewer black people shot down by cops, he could persuade the nice black offenders not to commit major felonies ...... and then fight the cops with pistols, knives, and what have you.

    Major felony + vehicular assault + high-speed chase + armed confrontation = dead black person (again).

    Holder Justice (now Lynch Justice -- is it just me, or does that sound horribly ironic?) will try to get those black felons some safe, "no-go" areas for cops, where black felons can be safe after their high-speed chases and gun battles with the bad old white cops.

    Our leader and Osagyefo, President-for-Life Obama, has decreed it.

  • Iowa Judge dismisses entire jury pool because 111 of the 112 are white

    05/23/2015 3:02:57 PM PDT · 79 of 79
    lentulusgracchus to Lazamataz
    How’s this: It’s Germany 1937 and my last name is Goldstein.

    There you go, I think you're getting real warm. Even warmer later..

  • Hillary Clinton Calls Out Republicans For Killing Jobs And Not Standing Up To Tea Party

    05/23/2015 2:57:25 PM PDT · 25 of 65
    lentulusgracchus to conservativejoy
    I think it’s time for the Tea Party to call Hillary out for her killing of our diplomats.

    They'd better get busy. She's out there "defining issues" and trying to marginalize the Good Guys.

    Come on, Ted, call her out. Big and loud. About bass-ackward diplomacy, dead Americans, and unlimited illegal immigration.

  • Hillary Clinton Calls Out Republicans For Killing Jobs And Not Standing Up To Tea Party

    05/23/2015 2:53:19 PM PDT · 23 of 65
    lentulusgracchus to Theodore R.
    Maybe New Hampshiremen should change their license-plate slogan to read, "Unicorns and Free Stuff, or Die".
  • This is your brain on Whiteness: The invisible psychology of white American ignorance explained

    05/23/2015 10:39:15 AM PDT · 107 of 114
    lentulusgracchus to lentulusgracchus
    Erratum to my last .....

    Chauncey DeVega is a vicious little b*stard. My bad.

  • This is your brain on Whiteness: The invisible psychology of white American ignorance explained

    05/23/2015 10:33:35 AM PDT · 106 of 114
    lentulusgracchus to Cincinatus' Wife
    [Art.] Ego, language, and cognition intersect in the belief that Whiteness is inherently benign and innocent. Chauncey Vega, high tone and all, is a vicious little b*stard, isn't he?

    It's hard to resist the logic that he lives and breathes for white "evilness" being innate and racial. Which makes him a bigger racist than any Theo Bilbo. Vega has thought about it and parsed the equities, and come down firmly on the side of inculpating, blaming, and hating whites because they're white and built Florence and London and Rome, not Timbuktu and Jenne-Jenno.

  • This is your brain on Whiteness: The invisible psychology of white American ignorance explained

    05/23/2015 10:16:37 AM PDT · 105 of 114
    lentulusgracchus to Cincinatus' Wife
    [Second article/long quote] " .... , how one sees themselves is often a reflection of precisely how they are not members of a given group."

    Call the grammar ambulance. Tell them to bring extra units of the category of number.

    Long way to avoid using the word "himself".

  • This is your brain on Whiteness: The invisible psychology of white American ignorance explained

    05/23/2015 10:10:20 AM PDT · 104 of 114
    lentulusgracchus to Cincinatus' Wife
    The number of perpetrators involved — not to mention the nine deaths — far exceed the typical urban gang-related shooting. Maybe there was some gang incident in Chicago like this decades ago. But this sort of pitched battle? I’ve never heard of anything like it.
    Author should long ponder the meaning of it, that this is what happens when melanin-deficient Americans "riot".

    I pretty much skipped over the hate-a-thon about "media bias" : The author wanted to make a nifty coinage like "honkey riot" (try "bullet hurricane", author), but didn't have the guts to do it, being invested in Fred Rogers sociology.

  • EPA Plan to Ban Coal Hits Major Roadblock

    05/23/2015 9:41:05 AM PDT · 17 of 46
    lentulusgracchus to Kaslin
    That's a crucial point because if the EPA is demonstrably not serving as an expert but an ideological actor, it would not warrant deference in court, making its whole global warming agenda vulnerable.

    Then please, please don't check or slow EPA's rush onto the rhino-horn of their own ideological extremism. Just get lots of names for later, and get their phone records.

  • The Curious Myth of Hillary Clinton's Senate Effectiveness (Hussein was empty suit in 2008)

    05/23/2015 9:29:44 AM PDT · 10 of 12
    lentulusgracchus to Steely Tom

    Valerie Jarrett is browning up the rissoles today. Leftover Marthas Vineyard lobster? Yum.

  • Narcotics cops ordered to stop arresting suspects over 40

    05/22/2015 6:53:28 PM PDT · 28 of 28
    lentulusgracchus to vladimir998
    Think about it: This is a tacit admission by DeBlasio that his ending of stop and frisk has backfired.

    Good point, think you are right. But don't ever ask RiNO squishes to admit Rudy Giuliani's stop-and-frisk and "broken window" policing methods were both correct and effective. They'll just squeal like girls and run away, like Yurtle the Turtle McConnell and Cry Me a River Boehner.

  • Sessions: ‘This Proposal Will Widen Further Our Trade Deficits and Eliminate Jobs’

    05/22/2015 6:23:13 PM PDT · 10 of 43
    lentulusgracchus to E. Pluribus Unum
    Obola is a foreign agent.

    One of the more vigorous and interesting arguments on these boards is about whether Obama is more doctrinaire Marxist-Leninist and/or Stalinist (my vote), or a Musselman jihadi and kufr-destroyer, now setting up a double-Dienbienphu in Iraq and Afghanistan to kill as many (white) American soldiers and Marines as possible, so that ISIS and the Taliban can drag appalling numbers of American servicemen's corpses up and down dusty streets for the cameras.

    The hat trick is to prove that he is both.

  • Have You Seen What's Happening in Ferguson and Baltimore?

    05/22/2015 2:55:07 AM PDT · 20 of 22
    lentulusgracchus to driftless2
    That's actually a very good idea. Those specific types of people should be forced to do that.

    Disagree. Ho Chi Minh and Che Guevara and Fidel Castro and Patrice Lumumba were all "those specific types of people". Came up comfortable, middle-class, educated ..... and ruthless, nasty, and hateful.

    No, you don't want Lefties wielding the police power ... which is what Ferguson and Baltimore have been all about, a federally-forced cramdown on a couple of local PD's, to force them to become Red Cops in Obama's new Red Army that he needs to kill all those cracka people Bammy hates so badly, he and his buds Ayers and Van Jones and Valerie Jarrett and all the rest of the Left trash he hangs with.

  • Boy Scouts’ President Calls for End to Ban on Gay Leaders

    05/22/2015 2:03:00 AM PDT · 131 of 168
    lentulusgracchus to Pollster1
    BSA needs to go with three-deep leadership, just to make it harder for the perverts to pair double-team kids on camping trips. Better, they could man up and say that, no, BSA is not a candy store for predators. It’s sad what has happened to a formerly great organization.

    You'll never sell that to the predators. As far as they're concerned, it's all over but the picking over and feasting. The BSA has failed the test of manhood, and their enemies know it. Here they come.

  • Boy Scouts’ President Calls for End to Ban on Gay Leaders

    05/22/2015 1:53:42 AM PDT · 130 of 168
    lentulusgracchus to kingu
    Because the national council is selling the Boy Scouts piece by piece to the 2%, and that is a national crime.

    I concur, it is the kind and intensity of crime that nations can and will be held accountable for.

    The idea of "no accountability" is one of the original, root abuses of the Left, remember.

  • Boy Scouts’ President Calls for End to Ban on Gay Leaders

    05/22/2015 1:44:19 AM PDT · 128 of 168
    lentulusgracchus to reaganaut1
    How did an unhealthy lifestyle attain such political dominance? I don't get it.

    First hint: They all went to Harvard and Yale together.

    Second hint: Gates is part of that swishy-squishy rotten core of the GOP that has held the party thrall (or should I say, "bent over"?) since Bush 41 blackmailed his way onto the Reagan ticket in 1980. Maybe longer.

    But Gates is tough! While he was president of Texas A&M University (a project of Bush Senior's, to turn A&M into Yale West and show his soigne' East Coast Bonesman-buddies how much civilizing pull he had over those redneck knuckle-draggers, that he could teach them to sip wine with their pinkies stuck out and trill little jokes en Francaise.

    Gates showed one redneck kid how it was! Kid had a little confederate-flag sticker an inch square on his footlocker in the Corps of Cadets dormitory: Gates sent the word down, that that Odious Symbol was coming off his footlocker within the hour, or the kid was out of the Corps in a flash! I was so knocked out, when I read that -- Gates is tough! On a pimply kid from Jasper or Texarkana. Yeah, sure 'nuff.

    Hey, Gates, how tough are you on diesel dykes raping women in U.S. Army barracks? On gay sergeants coming on to private soldiers' privates? Oh, really? No? Didn't think so.

    Hypocritical elitist bastard.

  • Exclusive: China warns U.S. surveillance plane

    05/22/2015 1:28:35 AM PDT · 31 of 33
    lentulusgracchus to cherokee1
    flatten? Well, remember Bimini? that’s flatten!

    You mean Bikini. Bimini is just a couple hours' cruising off Miami Beach.

    We didn't just "flatten" Bikini. We turned one island into a crater 250' deep and oh, half a mile in diameter (that was a 16-megaton shot that, ummm, overachieved in a classic "oops" he-blew-up-the-basement fashion), and we littered the bottom of the lagoon with surplus US and surrendered Japanese and German warships.

    (The German cruiser Prinz Eugen, an American war prize, is upside down at the bottom of another lagoon --Kwajalein or Eniwetok, I can't remember which. A no-dive zone, btw, because her magazines are still fully loaded with German naval ordnance which, last time anyone checked, generally worked pretty well.)

  • Exclusive: China warns U.S. surveillance plane

    05/22/2015 1:15:51 AM PDT · 30 of 33
    lentulusgracchus to CondorFlight
    This is stupid. Obama will end up creating an incident over a bunch of islands that are largely irrelevant to US interests.

    Ahem. Actually, this is something to us.

    The Chinese have decreed, on their own motion, that they own not only the entire continental shelf underlying the South and East China Seas (the Nine-Dash Line), but also the water column above it. This claim sweeps in fantastic mineral resources (oil, for one thing) and it closely circumscribes the territorial waters and economic zones of several of China's neighbors.

    Japan, for instance, would be (won't be) reduced to the 3-mile limit around the islands of the Nansei Shoto (the Ryukyus but not the Senkakus), and China would appropriate to herself as part of her own economic exclusive zone, the Japanese shelf and slope, all the way down to the bottom of the Japan Trench, quite some distance east of the Ryukyus and the Home Islands of Kyushu and Honshu.

    So yeah, it's something to us.

    But wait, there's more. China has semiofficially promulgated, in a CPC newspaper, a new doctrine in the Pacific Ocean, under which the United States Fleet will be excluded from the western Pacific (WESTPAC to three generations of U.S. sailors and Marines), but China in her native generosity and goodwill toward others will be willing to "share" the central Pacific with America. The Central Pacific includes Midway, Hawaii, and the Aleutians.

    Just the other day, moreover, the Chinese made an official reference to this policy as well, so that is is alive and kicking, not a deflated trial balloon. This Chinese conception of the Law of Nations would supplant Admiralty Law completely, and overwrite 500 years of international sea law. Moreover, it would establish a new "rule about rules": China makes the rules. So yes, that's something to us.

    Oh, and did I mention that the Chinese are running the Panama Canal these days? And yes, that's something to us, too.

  • Many GOP voters buy into ‘Jade Helm’ conspiracy theory

    05/22/2015 12:10:56 AM PDT · 74 of 74
    lentulusgracchus to Army Air Corps

    Thank you kindly, sir.

  • Trigger warnings, colleges, and the ‘Swaddled Generation’

    05/22/2015 12:10:02 AM PDT · 54 of 66
    lentulusgracchus to Old Sarge
    "Emo-hipster"? What, yet another 21st-century neologism? It's getting deep in here.
  • Supporters of #KillAllWhiteMen Diversity Officer Start Own Hashtag... Which Backfires

    05/21/2015 11:58:40 PM PDT · 20 of 42
    lentulusgracchus to sparklite2
    She's got Betty Davis Zooey Deschanel eyes."

    Do the facial bilateral dissemblance technique. Look at the right side of her face with your right eye, then cover that side and look only at the left side of her face with your left eye only. This technique supposedly reveals aspects of inward thoughts and personality that the subject can usually partially mask.

    Just for discussion.

    Lot colder chick on the left side than on the right. Gots anger, honey?