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  • Bush-backer Bob Dole hits Trump, Cruz (sleep in on election day if Cruz nominee)

    12/09/2015 7:13:03 AM PST · 84 of 88
    mtntop3 to Cincinatus' Wife

    Thank you, Cincinatus’ Wife, for posting this. You are a good woman, and Bob Dole is a good man.

  • Missouri Student VP: I'm Tired Of Hearing People Use First Amendment Rights

    11/10/2015 11:52:49 AM PST · 47 of 74
    mtntop3 to i88schwartz

    These safe places “for healing” are quickly assuming attributes of such healing places and spas as North Korea, the Soviet Union, Castro’s Cuba, and Mao’s China.

    All these have as policy directed mobs to move against any perceived deviation from the party line. They have engaged in full-time propaganda operations from birth to ensure there is no deviation from the party line.

    Their use of mobs is chillingly similar to the mobs and “correct-think” now being feverishly promulgated right here through social media, regular media, and academia.

    We would be wise not to minimize it simply because many of the participants are young persons, shown through history to be some of the most enthusiastic oppressors.

  • Poll: Hillary Loses to All Top Republicans

    10/13/2015 2:50:13 PM PDT · 21 of 27
    mtntop3 to Kaslin
    Yes, Hillary by herself does not look so good. But she will not be by herself. A V.P. candidate will be on the ticket with her.

    If that is Jim Webb, a former Marine, Navy Cross recipient, Secretary in the Regan Administration, and former Virginia Senator, that will be a very formidable ticket. Webb is a moderate Democrat and is no pansy when it comes to national defense.

    If going against that is Trump, who has spoken very poorly (to put it nicely) of American POW’s and, consequently, has gained the enmity of many veterans and veteran organizations—Hillary and Webb are going to win big, big time. Count on it.

  • Young woman who aggressively questioned Trump yesterday was a Bush plant

    10/13/2015 12:01:05 PM PDT · 159 of 222
    mtntop3 to House Atreides

    Her social media would have been “cleaned up” well before her appearance if she were a deliberate plant. She would not have been even the person chosen as a plant since she is obviously so well known in political circles.

    She comes through as an enthusiastic political neophyte.

    She would have been better off by not removing anything from her social media and saying, “So what? I only asked the questions that others won’t!”

    If a Trump staffer were to do the same thing at a rally of one of the other candidates, the staffer and Trump would likely be loudly and widely acclaimed as “being aggressive as the American people want”!

  • Young woman who aggressively questioned Trump yesterday was a Bush plant

    10/13/2015 9:56:06 AM PDT · 120 of 222
    mtntop3 to DoughtyOne
    Well noted.

    If there were to be a “Bush plant,” it does not take a genius to figure out that an individual would be found whose identification and photographs were not already all over the internet and for a long time.

    This woman was not in disguise in any manner. She did not indicate she was anyone but her regular self. And, as you observe, the questions were valid and could have been well asked by any person, woman or man, and in fact are regularly asked of Trump.

    It's too bad she didn't ask Trump about his vilification of American POW’s.
    The Democrats certainly will.

  • Trump to speak on national security from USS Iowa battleship

    09/05/2015 7:42:14 AM PDT · 93 of 119
    mtntop3 to BigEdLB

    Is deprecating POW’s (and thus their ordeals) an indication of Donald Trump’s “strong support for the military”? You don’t know about this? Or have conveniently acquired amnesia?

    Those Trump statements on POW’s and by implication to some on all veterans and those now serving will be put front and center in the election by the Democrats.

    Too many Republicans have suddenly acquired amnesia combined with mass myopia.

  • Jeb Bush to Trump: What’s wrong with speaking Spanish?

    09/03/2015 2:17:19 PM PDT · 40 of 58
    mtntop3 to SeekAndFind

    Bush’s comments in Spanish were made yesterday in Miami a place where they were quite appropriate because of the large Latino population there.

    There is a huge Latino/Spanish language presence in newspapers, TV, and radio—indeed in about any establishment/place in Miami, from large to small.

    Anyone who wants to conduct business in Miami or to just get around there absolutely needs to be bilingual in English and Spanish. And most people in Miami are.

    Florida is a key electoral state. Republicans cannot win the Presidency without carrying Florida. Mr. Trump would do himself some good by learning some Spanish and cease insulting those who are proud of their Latino heritage.

  • Trump: If RNC isn’t “fair” to me, I’ll run as an independent;

    07/23/2015 3:41:49 PM PDT · 155 of 165
    mtntop3 to thackney; Bushbacker1
    Folks would do well to remember, or to learn if they're uninformed or deliberately uninformed, that Ross Perot was a huge supporter of the U. S. military and of bringing the nation's POWS home—and he actively participated in bringing them home.

    Contrast this with Trump's blatant denigration of, yes, all American POWs—and in effect all their families and all those who have served or will serve in the U. S. military.

    Trump ceased to be an electable candidate at that moment, whether for President or dog catcher, and whether third or whatever party. This factor is being pathologically ignored by all who seek to make reality somehow conform to their wishes and illusions.

  • Exclusive: Trump threatens third-party run

    07/23/2015 8:16:19 AM PDT · 130 of 246
    mtntop3 to JLAGRAYFOX
    “Trump never does or says anything he does not mean, when the chips are down.....and his people love him for it!!!”

    U. S. veterans and their families, along with all citizens with at least a minimum knowledge of history and specifically a knowledge of those who have given national service to America since its founding and what it entails and has entailed in sacrifices and lives, will assuredly agree with the former—not the latter.

    It's hard to love someone who has emptied his heart of love except self-love. In that aspect, he is like Obama.

  • Exclusive: Trump threatens third-party run

    07/23/2015 7:12:11 AM PDT · 110 of 246
    mtntop3 to Cincinatus' Wife

    “Trump says he enjoys running for Commander in Chief . . . “

    Donald Trump, CIC . . . . . Why, certainly, sir, you can count on the vote, the fervent vote, of every past American POW and their families, and the great multitude of all American veterans and even those currently serving and their families, who just, well, know your despicable/obscene remarks about them and their service are mere chaff in the wind.

    We are now in a world where words have ceased to have consequences, right Mr. Trump!

  • Jeb Bush has a new problem: John Roberts

    06/27/2015 7:07:18 AM PDT · 12 of 22
    mtntop3 to C19fan
    Yes, Politico, never miss an opportunity to use your venom to attempt to turn conservatives against one another, as if any human appointee (other than an Obama appointee) can be 100% predicted as to how he or she will come down on a judicial decision.
  • Pedophiles Off The Hook?

    06/06/2015 1:15:04 PM PDT · 49 of 60
    mtntop3 to Snickering Hound
    I asked if you had READ the police reports.

    Some parties AT THIS TIME assert that juvenile records in Arkansas can be accessed through a FOIA request—namely the retired police chief who seems to have clandestinely released the information, along with perhaps others out to destroy the Duggars.

    If such information release were legal, why would the retired police chief have done this clandestinely?? It appears that she and/or others did it for sheer malevolence.

    If the FOIA assertion were to stand, youthful indiscretions of millions of youth who have moved on from adolesence would be up for grabs and for full-throated publication in every slime publication and medium. Blackmail would be a major new business.

    The cop's personal life and LATER troubles have not been shown to have affected the filing nor content of the juvenile report in any manner.

    You didn't reply if you had actually watched and listened to the M. Kelly interviews. Nor did you state exactly what “kinds of things in the TV interviews....don't match the facts.”

    Do please tell us the facts.

    Finally, we have a factual—factual—history on Obama. Period.

  • Pedophiles Off The Hook?

    06/06/2015 10:18:49 AM PDT · 32 of 60
    mtntop3 to Conscience of a Conservative
    Re: 1) What and who are your sources for just how juvenile Josh “molested his sisters”?

    Re: 2) How was information on a juvenile “legally released” when juvenile records in Arkansas are sealed?

    Re: 3) How “was a sex crime committed here and....covered up by the parents” when the parents on their own volition took Josh to the local police station to made a statement to the police and comply with any and all laws on the matter?

    4) You have actually read the police reports? And did you watch and, yes, listen to Megan Kelly on Fox the last three nights in which the Duggars, including the sisters affected, spoke openingly and directly on “described Josh's conduct and their own reaction to said conduct.”?

    5) Aren't you playing the nihilistic left game here? Hatred has been directed at the Duggars from the media left and social-media left not because of a juvenile’s poor judgment but because of the family's publicly expressed Christian faith and values, and wholesome life style. That is hard anathema to the left's political correctness.

  • Air Force general lashes out at ISIS strategy critics

    06/06/2015 8:33:32 AM PDT · 41 of 52
    mtntop3 to Norm Lenhart
    The U. S. military forces are not “fellow travelers.” Nor are they keyboard warriors.

    The constraints on this military come from the Executive Office. If you think otherwise, try making your insipid remarks face-to-face with a military man or woman.

  • Pedophiles Off The Hook?

    06/06/2015 8:18:10 AM PDT · 9 of 60
    mtntop3 to RIghtwardHo

    Please be specific—specific— on:

    1) just how juvenile Josh molested his sisters;

    2) just how the information on a juvenile was “legally released”;

    3) your basis for knowing “ there was a sex crime committed here and it was covered up by the parents.”

  • Edward Snowden:A Post-Terror Generation is Finally Standing Up for the Right to Privacy’

    06/05/2015 9:23:50 AM PDT · 10 of 17
    mtntop3 to Michael van der Galien
    Why doesn't our dear Snowden ever write an op-ed for the NYT on the spying on, intimidation of, and often slaying of Russians who happen to be so brave as to oppose Putin and his government of thugs.

    Snowden serves as house-pimp to Putin and totalitarianism.

    Why dear child Snowden don't you ever write an op-ed on the spying of Russia on the U. S.?

    Why don't you ever mention in your degenerate and putrid utterances that most of the information you stole was critical defense information of the U.S. and our allies worldwide, such as the electronic monitoring of Russia from the outside, and had nothing to do with U. S. citizens?

    Snowden’s manifest glee over what is occurring to the national security of the U. S. only reveals how much that security has now been compromised.

    Snowden makes the WWII propagandists Tokyo Rose, of Imperial Japan, and Lord Ha-Ha, of Nazi Germany, seem small stuff.

    He is a testimony to the naivete of much of the free world today.

  • Former Israeli Official Says Obama’s ‘Optimistic’ Middle East Policy Will Lead to Disaster

    06/04/2015 7:19:14 AM PDT · 6 of 7
    mtntop3 to SJackson
    To an acute narcissist such as Obama, thinking makes it so.

    His egotism and petrified ideological templates assure that his thinking has microscopic parameters.

  • NSA Debate Weighs Privacy vs. Security

    06/02/2015 8:09:08 PM PDT · 17 of 17
    mtntop3 to Kaslin; Enlightened1
    Ben Franklin's observations on freedom and security are classical. They are ever-applicable.

    Franklin, however, did not live in a post-9/11 world.

    Franklin's world was without existence of any concept of terrible weapons of mass destruction including weapons of not just small pox but weaponized small pox, Ebola, diphtheria, and an infinite number of other weaponized and mass-killing biological weapons concocted, and constantly being concocted, in laboratories created by crazed tyrants, fanatics of the worst order, and those who just hate and want to kill—kill all if possible—the inhabitants of America and at least much of the rest of the civilized world.

    A big door closed on 9/11.

    It was the door to a world we all knew, were safe in, and loved. The door will never open again.

    If anyone doesn't think so, let them, for instance, go directly to their aircraft the next time at the airport. Don't show ID—that's an infringement of your liberty and the ID could be used by somebody or something to spy on you. Wave the Security folks a copy of Ben's words as you leap the fence—for the last time.

  • It’s Rand Paul vs. Almost Everybody on Patriot Act

    05/31/2015 3:23:24 PM PDT · 83 of 109
    mtntop3 to pfony1

    Your observations are much, much too logical and reasonable.

    I suspect they would been most strongly embraced by the some 3000 souls slain in the space of two hours by Islamic terrorists using weapons of mass destruction—commercial aircraft filled with fuel—on 9/11.

    Odd that that far-away and long-ago “incident” isn’t mentioned on this thread. Nor by Sen. Rand.

  • On Common Core, Jeb Bush is a party of one

    05/29/2015 11:56:05 AM PDT · 14 of 17
    mtntop3 to Buckeye Battle Cry

    The U. S. Electoral College.

  • On Common Core, Jeb Bush is a party of one

    05/29/2015 9:10:57 AM PDT · 11 of 17
    mtntop3 to Buckeye Battle Cry

    A Florida/Ohio combo would be formidable.

  • On Common Core, Jeb Bush is a party of one

    05/29/2015 8:32:31 AM PDT · 9 of 17
    mtntop3 to jimbo123
    The ignorance about Common Core continues.

    Common Core was formulated and approved by the Association of Governors—STATE governors— to remedy the dismal educational achievements in the U.S. relative to other nations, particularly in math and

    Jeb Bush has always supported a common-core program as a STATE program, and emphatically not as a federal program.

    Bush's educational achievements in Florida are an example of the success of a curriculum devised by individual STATES to meet the obvious needs in U. S. schools to raise achievement levels, particularly in math and science.

    The other candidates know that the Association of Governors originated the program and that it was a STATE program from the start, and that it was widely supported.

    But through their lack of courage to explain common core as a state program, have conveniently reversed themselves in pandering to the hysteria of the mob for political gain.

    Bush has shown backbone, something mobs do not like.

  • U.S. Senate Blocks NSA Surveillance Bill, Patriot Act Extension

    05/26/2015 7:50:34 AM PDT · 87 of 95
    mtntop3 to Gaffer
    Just what, please, are the asserted “multiple scandals regarding NSA?”. Please be specific. If you do not trust oversight by top governmental and military officials and the judiciary, then who do you trust?

    Snowden brought to light only that which was of significant and even immense assistance to the very people, groups, and countries that want to destroy America and, yes, to kill every single American given the chance. He also tossed bones to the American public to turn that public against its own government.

    The overwhelming material that Snowden stole was of top secret MILITARY INFORMATION involving, as much as anything, the coordinated activities of other, allied nations against totalitarian and semi-totalitarian regimes—such, as for instance, Sweden's formerly unknown and secret monitoring of Russian military communications.

    Snowden did not try to flee to a single country that is considered a free country as represented by existing freedom of the press. They were all outright or de facto enemies of the U. S. He tried to go, in order, to Cuba, Ecuador, China, and ended up in Russia—where he may have intended to end up from the beginning. There he has served as a servile propagandist, emitting in his self-righteous and degenerate rants to the naive worldwide not a peep about the repression, the outright spying on , and the continual assassinations of Russians who publicly indicate opposition to the repressive and murderous Putin regime.

    Snowden is a modern reincarnation of the infamous “Tokyo Rose” and “Lord Ha-Ha”, propagandists for imperial Japan and Nazi Germany in World War II. How anyone can make him a guiding star is a puzzle of psychological pathology. It's unfortunate his admirers can not spend just a little time with him in his chosen setting: they would quickly learn what freedom is all about and that, yes, a free country has the right to defend itself and damn well better do that if it wants to survive.

  • U.S. Senate Blocks NSA Surveillance Bill, Patriot Act Extension

    05/23/2015 2:45:50 PM PDT · 56 of 95
    mtntop3 to Gaffer
    Equating the NSA with Obama is absurd except in the sense that Obama had a major role in the hysteria against the NSA through not explaining immediately to the American people, emphatically and clearly, what was involved in the NSA program.

    In this, Obama has now made the U. S. and its allies infinitely less safe—assisted in his mission by Rand & Co. Yes, we can all sleep easier now. Like hell we can.

    The door to complete, ultra privacy slammed shut on 9/11. It will never open the same again despite the misguided and mangled attempts such as the present one.

    The real rejoicing over this lethal action comes from Islamoterrorists who see once again that America is incapable of coming together, overcoming divisive individualism and posturing, to defend itself. They will attribute it all to Allah.

    The collection of metadata to find connections between terrorists phones is hardly the reading of emails as the shouting claims. Will someone please explain just how terrorists can be identified by perpetually going to a court to seek permission to use the revamped program to somehow—somehow—identify yet unidentified millions of potential terrorists. How do you find a needle hidden in a haystack when you must first have permission to look for it by informing a judge or judges exactly where it is located?

  • Secret court approves three more months of NSA phone snooping

    01/03/2014 8:20:36 PM PST · 31 of 55
    mtntop3 to Lazamataz

    Your post speaks for itself.

  • Secret court approves three more months of NSA phone snooping

    01/03/2014 8:01:55 PM PST · 29 of 55
    mtntop3 to oblomov

    1) Where in the Constitution does it state that this nation cannot defend itself? (It is NOT the “f-Constitution”. Men and women in this nation have, as you must know, for centuries fought and died to preserve this Document and the nation itself.)

    2) You make the standard and unsupported premise that “our governmet is “spy(ing) on American citizens.” Please be specific on how and when and where this is occuring. Give some specific examples.

    3) How would YOU carry out national security in a time of world terrorism with weapons of mass destruction?

    4) Do you believe terrrorists who want to kill us all should be simply allowed to proceed do so? If you do, you seem to lack the most basic of survival traits.

  • Secret court approves three more months of NSA phone snooping

    01/03/2014 4:36:29 PM PST · 14 of 55
    mtntop3 to ColdOne

    Approved more “phone (foreign contact) snooping”?!

    How COULD they . . . . don’t they KNOW that terrorists NO LONGER have the U. S. and the whole Western World targeted for mass killing through, yes, weapons of mass destruction that dwarf the aircraft missiles utilized the Twin Tower slaughter??

    It should be apparent to every THINKING PERSON THAT we are most safe here, we have NOTHING MORE to fear from terrorists (including, yes, those with nuclear weapons such as Russia and Korea).

    We should at once DIS-BAND not only the NSA but the CIA and every National Security office and reduce our Armed Forces only to the personnel level of providing sweet music on holidays and Presidential parties. Hells bells, people, it’s only Common Sense!!!

  • Benghazi blunder: Obama unworthy commander-in-chief (LINK ONLY)

    11/01/2012 10:10:31 PM PDT · 19 of 19
    mtntop3 to markomalley

    Excellent editorial covering the essence of this scandal—today a rare example of journalistic ability, integrity and, yes, passion that contrasts markedly with the contemporary liberal media world, NYT et al, of political hacks, whores, and eunuchs.

    Truth is surely the highest memorial at this time to the four murdered men and the attack on the U. S. Consulate. The soil on which a U. S. Consulate stands is, yes, AMERICAN SOIL.

  • America is Benghazi (Saturbray)

    10/27/2012 7:55:01 AM PDT · 3 of 12
    mtntop3 to bray

    Very well said. A great summation of what millions of people know from evidence accumulated and evidence before them at this moment—and intuitively from the deep well-spring of eternal truth that is within each of our hearts.

  • Bully story a black eye for Mitt Romney

    05/11/2012 8:18:07 AM PDT · 94 of 106
    mtntop3 to Diogenesis

    In your fevered rut, you seem damn hot to extinguish freedom in one generation.

  • GOP candidates for Congress bullish on Gingrich at top of ticket

    12/18/2011 4:54:23 PM PST · 106 of 106
    mtntop3 to Jim Robinson

    Is this a joke? It has to be—

    MSNBC—who we know is such a GREAT AND STUPENDOUS admirer of conservatism—would push things like this artificial inflating of Gingrich (if that is further possible) ONLY if it knew Gingrich would be an absolute election disaster for Republicans, his immensely destructive tendencies (self and otherwise) resonating to the severe detriment of conservatives in most contests from White House to local dog-catcher.

  • Obama's Godfather Speech: The president sounds more like a Corleone than a Roosevelt (Wow!)

    12/08/2011 1:30:13 PM PST · 36 of 37
    mtntop3 to Robe

    Excellent comments, perfectly apropos—

  • Obama's Godfather Speech: The president sounds more like a Corleone than a Roosevelt (Wow!)

    12/08/2011 8:27:56 AM PST · 28 of 37
    mtntop3 to 2ndDivisionVet

    A brilliant, brilliant piece by Mr. Henninger of the WSJ—

    Obama is not only following Chavez but—in effect—Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Castro, and all throughout history, who have sought unlimited power through the purveying of, yes, murderous division, envy and hatred—not just that of economic differences but, indeed, of any difference contrary to the intent of the dictator.

    No doubt children in U. S. kindergartens and above will before long be encouraged to report “counter-revolutionary” acts and even (supposed) c-r thoughts by their parents . . .

    A great parody could be, and should be, done of Signor Don Corelone Barack Obama—and his foppery, which unfortunately like that of all aspiring dictators, often turns out to be deadly real . . . . This is made for Rush—may he run with it.

  • John McCain at his fieriest before 'don't ask, don't tell' vote (McLame throws temper tantrum)

    12/19/2010 1:44:10 PM PST · 97 of 113
    mtntop3 to Polybius

    Your posts (#70 and #85) are excellent.

  • John McCain at his fieriest before 'don't ask, don't tell' vote (McLame throws temper tantrum)

    12/19/2010 6:27:26 AM PST · 66 of 113
    mtntop3 to rabscuttle385

    McCain was on the mark on this—and passion was exactly what was needed—as he was on the crucial support for the Surge in Iraq.

    If it wasn’t for McCain and the Surge, the battle for Iraq would surely have been lost.

    The hell with “McCainologists” including the poisonous keyboard warriors on this site.

  • McCain to give NRSC $1 million (Cornyn praises McCain)

    09/29/2010 7:30:16 PM PDT · 26 of 37
    mtntop3 to rabscuttle385

    This is a welcome move by McCain. It could make the difference in a very close Senate picture.

    McCain can be aggravating—indeed. However I, and I know many of the men and women who served in Iraq beginning in 2003, will never forget that McCain was one of those WHO MADE VICTORY POSSIBLE THERE when he strongly endorsed and fought to bring about the SURGE there of U. S. forces—in the face of vehement opposition from most Democrats including Obama.

    So evaluate McCain as you will—but include that in your equation. A lot of the troops do.

  • Obama Omits the Creator. Again.

    09/29/2010 8:31:26 AM PDT · 24 of 26
    mtntop3 to Antioch

    Obama is a pathological narcissist. Through every indication, he truly believes he IS God.

    For him to acknowledge the Creator would only set up a dualism that would nullify his arrogant fantasies.

  • How Obama Thinks (Best, most thorough article on Obama's pysche I have seen yet)

    09/09/2010 3:21:08 PM PDT · 194 of 271
    mtntop3 to milwguy

    One of Obama’s first actions in office was to remove in Feb. of 2009 a bust of Sir Winston Churchill from the Oval Office and send it back to Britain—an action of a lout rather than a President.

    Some have speculated that this done was because of Britain’s former colonial role in Kenya, where Obama’s relatives continue to exist.

    In Obama’s petulant eyes and narrow mind, this is perhaps of greater significance to him than the close relationship between the U. S. and Britain since our founding—including the WWII years when Churchill led the people of England in overcoming, with the U. S. and other Allied Powers, Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, a war incidentally in which 60 million humans were killed.

    Obama’s actions, in the instance of the Churchill bust, surely indicate substantiation of the D’Souza article.

    Ironically, it is Obama who has the mind and intent of a colonialist—seeing America as His colony. His cold eyes tell us this, yes, even more than his words.


    09/09/2010 11:22:58 AM PDT · 77 of 80
    mtntop3 to rogue yam

    I am of the very same mind, as are millions of others.

    Isn’t the Way to oppose those who actively oppose God the Way which will defeat them instead of creating scenarios under such perverted labels as “liberty to burn a Koran” which will only fuel terrorists’ murderous actions and enable them to enlist others in their evil?

    We are in essense not discussing abstract liberty involved in the right of a fool to flagrantly burn a work that millions of humans consider a holy book. The real core is the war against terror and radical Islam: that is the lethal challenge for the foreseeable future for us, our families, and our nation—and indeed the whole civilized world. SO THAT LIBERTY WILL CONTINUE TO EXIST!!!

    God indeed has a purpose for us on earth. And we only need recite the Lord’s Prayer daily to ourselves to know the path to follow.

  • Palin: "Koran Burning Is Insensitive, Unnecessary; Pastor Jones, Please Stand Down"

    09/09/2010 9:16:38 AM PDT · 121 of 172
    mtntop3 to muawiyah

    You are perfectly correct. They indeed don’t need a given justification; but when a symbolic event or aspect becomes available to them, they will utilize it well—cunnningly and murderously—as a justification.

    The present instance provides them a media-ready tool to foster hate in Islamic populations against Western people and institutions—and even hate toward other Muslims who reject Jihad.


    09/09/2010 9:06:47 AM PDT · 55 of 80
    mtntop3 to rogue yam

    </It is evil to burn a Koran to show one’s utter rejection of Islam? Why?/>

    That obviously is apparent to most of us—it would seem almost all of us—since we reject Islam, especially the radical off-shoots; and we don’t find it either necessary or appropriate to burn what millions of other humans consider a holy book.

    Is it not evil to carry out an unnecessary and provocative action that will be used by Jihadists as a symbolic action to justify further, and well as past murderous actions, against non-Muslims—and even other Muslims who may be working with Western nations and personnel in the war against terror in such places as Iraq and Afghanistan?

    Why would anyone want to do anything, even in “the name of liberty”, to, provide ammunition to those to whom liberty is anathema and whose life mission is to destroy it?

    Ironically, in proposing to torch a Koran, this fool only feeds the flames of radical Islam.

  • Palin: "Koran Burning Is Insensitive, Unnecessary; Pastor Jones, Please Stand Down"

    09/09/2010 8:36:46 AM PDT · 111 of 172
    mtntop3 to Monterrosa-24; VictoryGal
    Palin and Petraeus are both eminently right on this as are the millions of others who see the folly of this faux minister.

    His actions are those of hate and sheer evil, not of love implicit in the Christian faith of which he so falsely asserts that he represents. The worldwide media instantly spreads the contagion.

    This is a gift of perversion to Jihadists who are only so glad to find any symbolic justification for their actions of mass murder.

    It is intrinsically a crime, not an act of liberty, to deliberately place our men and women in the Armed Forces and ourselves in even greater dangers because of this ass.



    09/09/2010 7:39:34 AM PDT · 9 of 80
    mtntop3 to shortstop

    Both instances are impositions on liberty and are sheer evil rather than rude.

  • Gainesville Church Sparks Global Outrage (Black Panthers Threaten Pastor Over Koran Burning)

    09/06/2010 10:30:01 PM PDT · 120 of 303
    mtntop3 to aruanan

    Your comments/observations are well made. It is not a little dismaying that they need to be made at all—

  • Petraeus Condemns U.S. Church's Plan to Burn Qurans

    09/06/2010 10:08:57 PM PDT · 233 of 286
    mtntop3 to Kaslin

    This faux “minister” appears to have neither love of God nor fear of God. Has he ever heard the Lord’s Prayer, particularly the “. . and lead us not into temptation and deliver us from evil . . “??

    His contemplated small-minded, asinine act will only engender hate from the Muslim world, fueled amplified, and disseminated in video applications by the radical elements in Islam.

    It is, in fact, exactly what the radicals and all the enemies of America want. It has the core ingredients to destroy what our men and women in Iraq, Afghanistan, have worked for—and indeed what many have given their lives for.

    It will be used to rationalize 9/11. It has assuredly the potential to set-back, if not destroy, all that the Western countries have done throughout the world in the war against terror. It will, in carefully nurtured media applications, unite millions against Western countries.

  • Texas Court Upholds Ban on Gay ‘Marriage’

    09/04/2010 8:47:43 PM PDT · 19 of 21
    mtntop3 to topher

    A common-sense and self-evident ruling.

  • New Amsterdam To New Cordoba: Thwarting N.Y.'s New Colonizers

    08/31/2010 9:17:51 PM PDT · 9 of 10
    mtntop3 to Kaslin

    The refusal to change the location in NYC refutes any assertion of good intentions for the mosque. It is all we need to know.

    The backers, including those at the international level, will either have submission on the part of Americans or, if unsuccessful in this, loudly play the martyr.

  • Obama blasts lies, disinformation [can't spend time with birth certificate on forehead]

    08/30/2010 2:17:45 PM PDT · 230 of 272
    mtntop3 to Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!

    Let him stay on vacation riding around on a girl’s bicycle . . . it becomes him . . . seems natural . . .

  • Harvard's Valedictorian to Become Dominican Nun (Mary Anne Marks)

    08/28/2010 6:51:11 AM PDT · 19 of 43
    mtntop3 to Salvation

    A stunning affirmation of all that is good—

  • Sherrod: I'd Consider Legal Action against Breitbart

    07/22/2010 9:07:18 PM PDT · 125 of 129
    mtntop3 to Justaham

    Here are excellent details on Sherrod’s multi-million settlement from the USDA; and history of her and husband’s “New Communities” in the state of Georgia. Essential reading—

    They, of all things, went to Israel in the 80’s to study the working of communes, but then couldn’t get communes to work back home on the Georgia properties—for, unsurprising, all the usual reasons for failure of commune projects in the U. S., especially in the 70’s and 80’s. The USDA was ultimately blamed years later . . .