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Posts by shadowland

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  • Suggestions to possibly make your FR pages load faster [thread II]

    11/04/2012 2:54:55 PM PST · 87 of 97
    shadowland to Jim Robinson

    How about buying a server that can actually perform to your needs? You seem to be taking in enough do-re-mi to make the purchase. Or if it’s a software problem, get an IT pro to square it out? This site is just frustrating to try and carry out a conversation on. If it wasn’t for so many like-minded people I doubt I’d put up with it.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 2:36:06 PM PST · 208 of 222
    shadowland to onyx

    I’ve noticed the talking heads recently are talking about ethnic identification more than party ID. The assumption being that a larger non-white population relative to white favors Democrats. This of course is all part of the GOP = racists meme.

    A lot of Hispanics and Asians are conservatives and their social structures tend to be more traditional in the way they approach family and religious matters. The pundits don’t let facts like that get in the way of their thinking.

    The idea is to paint whites as a group to be feared and opposed. If people in groups were really as monolithic in outlook as these leftist bigots think, the world would be a scary place indeed.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 1:45:32 PM PST · 205 of 222
    shadowland to bray

    Yeah right. You come on here praising Clintons point man Dick Morris and I’m a ‘”plant.?”

    I’d say you have the intelligence of a ‘plant.’

    You bray like a donkey in any case.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 1:07:57 PM PST · 203 of 222
    shadowland to bray

    Dick Morris? Are you kidding?

    I have never predicted a Presidential election wrong. Ever.

    I already gave a caveat on this one. It is entirely possible that Obama just isn’t able to turnout his voters. That is where the real hope is.

    Polls this all over the map are meaningless. What isn’t meaningless is the whoring of the media for their black messiah. You don’t see the significance of this because you are obviously a person who keeps up on politics, which is why you are here. The vast majority of voters are not like you. They get their impressions from the mass media and the mass media is covering for Obama and suppressing all positive views of Romney (except for the first debate, even they couldn’t make that dog hunt).

    The media narrative almost always wins. Reality has nothing to do with it. Polls have nothing to do with it.

    Four years ago, Americans walked out of their homes and cast ballots en masse for a man who had never even held a full time job.. a man who had never run an organization of any kind. This was cult-like madness.

    Perhaps the fever is past and the patient will survive. If so, why do 50% of voters still give this chimera a positive job rating when he has been such an unmitigated disaster?

    Media narrative wins, it almost always does.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 12:32:47 PM PST · 197 of 222
    shadowland to bray

    You’re being ridiculous. Elections aren’t random events like balls popping up in a lottery wheel... I can’t predict the lottery, but I can predict this: Obama is going to win this election. Romney would nearly have to run the table to pull this off... I just don’t see that happening.

    Wish it were otherwise.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 11:25:20 AM PST · 192 of 222
    shadowland to Eva

    Since this is a Sunday morning talk show thread, I’m curious. I haven’t watched FNS or SotU shows yet.. FTN, MTP and TW had nothing on Menendez. Only MTP even brought up Benghazi. No one mentioned Obamas ‘voting is the best revenge’ comment (were it Romney it would be billboarded as a major gaffe). I never watch CNN, I’ll be curious to see if any of those items are mentioned on Fox News Sunday?

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 11:07:08 AM PST · 188 of 222
    shadowland to Alas Babylon!

    Of course it’s hindsighted. At the time the media was trying to paint Reagan as a war-monger who in the end would be unacceptable to the American people. Just because the media was trying to paint that picture doesn’t mean anyone was buying it. What is left out is how disillusioned the Democrats were with Carter. That is why I brought up the Kennedy challenge and Andersons appeal to the left.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 10:59:39 AM PST · 185 of 222
    shadowland to MNJohnnie

    It’s a lonely limb. I’m sure as heck not invested in being right on this. I can’t stand the idea of this narcissistic fool being in my face for the next 4 years. If you think Obama Is full of himself now, just imagine how unbearable he will become after being reelected?

    So by all means, bring your pruning hooks. This limb is in need of cutting down. VOTE!

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 10:46:47 AM PST · 181 of 222
    shadowland to Alas Babylon!

    1980 was the first Presidential election I was old enough to vote in. While I remember some polls showing a close race, I believe optimism about a Carter win was pretty muted. For one, here in my State of California Ted Kennedy had won the Democratic primary. Rep Anderson was siphoning more votes from Carter than he was his fellow Republican Reagan. There was little doubt that Reagan would win this State.

    The media wasn’t so much surprised by the Reagan win as they were by the takeover of the Senate by the GOP.

    Always in the background was the Iranian hostage crisis and Carters ‘Rose Garden’ strategy - seen by most as simply ‘ducking.’

    The incumbent ducking questions from the media about foreign policy issues is the strongest resemblance between 1980 and now.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 9:11:44 AM PST · 166 of 222
    shadowland to rodguy911

    The media hated Bush but it took them some time to recognise that the situation in New Orleans after Katrina had gone FUBAR. (Let alone the debate over Fed or local responsibility)
    I don’t think there is enough time, even though Matt Drudge is doing his best to collate all that bad news from the disaster area.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 8:58:26 AM PST · 160 of 222
    shadowland to JLAGRAYFOX

    I hope you’re right.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 8:46:50 AM PST · 154 of 222
    shadowland to ROCKLOBSTER

    Local events like this have national significance. Christie heaped praise on Obama in an almost unseemly manner. Like he was looking for one of those token Republican cabinet posts. Perhaps Sec. of Transportation or the like.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 8:42:48 AM PST · 152 of 222
    shadowland to Quick Shot

    ...I guess you must represent the ostrich (head-in-sand) wing of the GOP? Since you asked for something positive I’ll reply: There is an enthusiasm deficit that could still trip up Obama. If Romney does pull it off, it will be because Obamas turnout falls flat.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 8:31:27 AM PST · 146 of 222
    shadowland to bray

    Tell me that Wednesday morning. I’m not basing what I posted on any poll. Obviously this is a close race. Christie has handed Obama a large number of independents and undecideds. Romney never had an advantage in the EC. Intrade still has him at hardly a third odds. The media has successfully run interference on Benghazi. This election is lost. I hope I’m wrong but doubt I am. I always believed the mass media would decide this election and from my perspective they have. America has lost... big time.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 4 November 2012

    11/04/2012 8:18:49 AM PST · 142 of 222
    shadowland to Alas Babylon!

    Gov. Christie has handed this election to Obama. I hope that undisciplined fat pig sleeps well after Tuesday night.

  • My 126 favorite albums of all time

    09/22/2012 9:25:39 PM PDT · 64 of 95
    shadowland to grundle

    I liked your placement of Rubber Soul. Always my favorite Beatles album... though that is kind of a ‘mood’ thing. Lot’s of albums I would have included. The Cranberries No Need to Argue. Leonard Cohen Songs of Love and Hate... Dylan would have been way higher on my list and would have also included Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde on Blonde. A good list for a Gen Xer though. It is all really in the end subjective. No Pink Floyd is odd for your period tastes. Heart Like a Wheel is a great album but doubt I could have placed it at #1, etc...
    ( I noticed no one criticised your exclusion of U2.. band must not be aging well, but I would have included their War and Achtung Baby)

  • Jobless claims sharply higher

    09/13/2012 7:17:11 AM PDT · 21 of 31
    shadowland to VanDeKoik

    I disagree - In fact as of today, I believe it is almost certain that Obama will be reelected - probably by a significant margin.

    Regardless of political leanings, most Americans are non political they aren’t policy wonks who pore over blogs of either the right or left. They catch snatches of information from the media and they vote how they are led to vote. They are being led to vote for the obviously inferior candidate.

    I wish I was wrong but expect to have this narcissistic man-child in your face for another four years. This time around he will have no limiting factor on his power. He knows he can bypass Congress and the Constitution and the academics and media will praise not condemn the crime.

  • Aurora 'Dark Knight' Shooting Suspect Identified: James Holmes

    07/20/2012 8:54:23 AM PDT · 193 of 327
    shadowland to EBH

    That guy would be too old if he graduated in 2000. If he was even just 16 when he graduated, he’d be 28 now.

    He looks like a pretty healthy character also.

    Should be careful about all this guessing.

  • Commerce Secretary accused in hit-and-run

    06/11/2012 9:31:46 AM PDT · 32 of 50
    shadowland to MHGinTN

    I’ve had clinical experience working with both stroke and epilepsy patients. That has been enough experience to know that I’m just pulling all of this out of my a##.

    As to police covering for the muckety-mucks? Possibly true, but I tend to go with Tom Wolf in ‘Bonfire of the Vanities.’ There is nothing a DA loves to get a hold of more than “The Great White Defendant.” Careers are made on such cases.

  • Commerce Secretary accused in hit-and-run

    06/11/2012 9:19:06 AM PDT · 30 of 50
    shadowland to 1FreeAmerican

    True. I was thinking they were using the term ‘seizure’ generically. There was no mention of a history of epilepsy. What they will do most likely is a series of neurological tests. Both TIA’s and idiosyncratic epilepsy would not necessarily show up on these sorts of tests (EEG, neuro-imaging etc) but might be inferred from a complete history.

  • Commerce Secretary accused in hit-and-run

    06/11/2012 8:56:16 AM PDT · 26 of 50
    shadowland to MHGinTN

    ‘Texting’ could explain the first but not the second accident? The police didn’t seem to think distraction of that sort was a factor. It does fit perfectly what would happen with a series of TIA’s (they often come in waves). As he was walking back to his car from the first accident, he most likely had another attack. He probably didn’t even remember the first as he barreled off to the second one. Mind is really collective memory. You can’t form or hold memory if your blood supply to the brain is choked off, even transiently. The fact he got out of the car at the first accident scene shows he did not have much of a consciousness of guilt or a disposition to avoid responsibility.

  • Commerce Secretary accused in hit-and-run

    06/11/2012 8:33:27 AM PDT · 23 of 50
    shadowland to Grammy

    Since he seemed to be in and then out of consciousness I’d guess these were trans-ischemic attacks (TIA’s) sometimes called mini-strokes.

    Diabetes could be right, but it seems his consciousness would ‘waver’ and he would appear to the causal observer to be drunk... which we don’t have here?

    It doesn’t look like any criminal charges are going to stick on this one.

  • Judge Revokes Zimmerman's Bond

    06/01/2012 5:06:28 PM PDT · 115 of 221
    shadowland to floriduh voter

    What this information suggests to me, is a very fearful man, distrustful of his government’s intention to protect him, readying for the possibility of having to abscond to save his life.

    1. He has a bounty on his head ‘dead or alive.’
    2. Eric Holder has refused to do a thing about the threats from the New Black Panthers.
    3. Obama has spoken sympathetically in regards to a person he had to defend his life against, and who could have been whacked out on ghetto ‘lean.’(Google it)

    I have no idea what is going on in Zimmerman’s mind right now, but I’d suspect much of it is not pleasant viewing.

  • Judge Revokes Zimmerman's Bond

    06/01/2012 3:29:30 PM PDT · 93 of 221
    shadowland to Conscience of a Conservative

    Then we are in some ways alike.

    I’m pretty confident based on what I’ve read and seen, that Zimmerman is innocent on grounds of self defense. The burden of proof is on your side.

    Before today I was doubtful that there would even be a trial. If what is in the public domain is any indicator, it is doubtful you could find a jury to convict. I don’t know if ‘over-charging’ is allowed as a tactic in FL. As a strategy it would seem very unethical in this case. That is what I consider the ‘conservative’ argument. I believe this because my conscience tells me.

  • Judge Revokes Zimmerman's Bond

    06/01/2012 2:48:51 PM PDT · 82 of 221
    shadowland to Conscience of a Conservative

    I’m not opposed to people being contrarian. In fact I prefer people to be free thinkers than marching in lockstep with the group. One thing I hate about the Democratic party is how regimented and marching in lockstep it has become.

    Still, when I see someone claiming to be a conservative on what is obviously a right-leaning website, and opposing in near every post the general beliefs of the people who use the site, it raises a red flag for me. It smacks of gamesmanship, it smells of ‘the lie.’ It makes me think of Obama and his style.

  • Judge Revokes Zimmerman's Bond

    06/01/2012 2:19:59 PM PDT · 77 of 221
    shadowland to Conscience of a Conservative

    No, actually what I was saying is: You are neither a conservative or possessed of a conscience.

    Sorry if there was any misunderstanding.

  • Judge Revokes Zimmerman's Bond

    06/01/2012 2:04:04 PM PDT · 71 of 221
    shadowland to Lancey Howard

    If the bond wasn’t revoked, how can the judge order Zimmerman back to jail in 48 hours? I think the judge ordering Zimmerman back to jail is ipso facto revocation of bail? That is, the judge accepted the prosecutions request that bail be revoked.

    This is disturbing. I don’t even see, based on what has been made public, how any judge in good conscience can even allow this travesty to move forward.

    Even more disturbing to me, is the knowledge that black America has essentially declared all out violent war on white and asian Americans - a one-sided war.

    It’s time to open our eyes and take a hard cold assessment of this situation. There is no government that will help us in this national crisis. The executive branch has been completely compromised to the thugs.

  • Judge Revokes Zimmerman's Bond

    06/01/2012 1:45:10 PM PDT · 66 of 221
    shadowland to Conscience of a Conservative

    Conscience of a Conservative

    Reviewing your past posts on this board it appears you side with black thugs and illegal immigrants in near every one of them. How much does ‘OFA’ pay you to sit down writing this tripe?

    You’re an Obama-whore trying to spread dissension on conservative web sites. Honest much? Conscience - very little.

  • Zimmerman trial outrage

    05/25/2012 9:21:05 PM PDT · 41 of 62
    shadowland to TheBattman

    Unless there is some really significant information that none of us know about, I don’t see how a judge could even let this go to trial.

  • Zimmerman trial outrage

    05/25/2012 7:16:30 PM PDT · 29 of 62
    shadowland to gitmo

    Yes, he had already left his truck when the dispatcher told him he didn’t need to ‘do that.’

    What is amazing is that we, just out here reading this on the internet can pick up all the nuances of that recording. Yet people paid to report on this. People who presumably have the same transcript available to them that we read. Commentators of left right and center. All these ‘professional journalists’ get this one detail so horribly wrong? It almost seems like it is contrived to breathe life into what should have long been a dead story.

  • Zimmerman trial outrage

    05/25/2012 6:37:12 PM PDT · 17 of 62
    shadowland to Okieshooter

    Actually he had already been following Martin who he had reported had disappeared between the buildings. After he replied ‘ok’ is when he started back to his vehicle. Those seconds afterward (about 80 of them) aren’t taped.

  • Zimmerman trial outrage

    05/25/2012 6:32:50 PM PDT · 14 of 62
    shadowland to South40

    I’m glad a faithful representation of the two has finally been posted.

  • Zimmerman trial outrage

    05/25/2012 6:22:26 PM PDT · 5 of 62
    shadowland to 2ndDivisionVet

    I don’t have the exact words in front of me, but from memory I recall the dispatcher saying ‘you don’t need to do that’ when Zimmerman affirmed he was following Martin. There was no order. The idea that he was ordered to stay in his car by the dispatcher is as far as I know a media trope. After the dispatcher told him he did not have to follow Martin, Zimmerman replied ‘ok’.. that can be clearly heard by my memory. Or should I revisit the transcript because this drumbeat about being ‘ordered by a dispatcher’ to remain in his vehicle is repeated over and over again in the press and I just didn’t see that in the transcript.

  • Mitt Romney’s New BFF: Donald Trump (says Obama told the truth about Kenya birth!)

    05/25/2012 5:50:55 PM PDT · 48 of 115
    shadowland to CitizenM

    The problem with your theory is that Obama is a dead ringer for his white grandfather. His resemblance to his white family member is in fact pretty strong.

  • They went after cigarettes, I didn't care, now they are going after bake sales.

    05/08/2012 11:11:16 AM PDT · 19 of 39
    shadowland to DallasBiff

    Not to worry, I got the Lutheran bishop responsible for the quote wrong. I always confuse those two. Martin Niemöller appears to have been the right answer. Now I’ll take 18th century English Quakers for $500 Alex.

  • They went after cigarettes, I didn't care, now they are going after bake sales.

    05/08/2012 10:56:25 AM PDT · 10 of 39
    shadowland to DallasBiff

    Bonhoeffer was a Lutheran, so shut up and eat your broccoli!

  • WHAT is Scytl & WHY Should You Be VERY, VERY Concerned?

    05/07/2012 11:00:56 AM PDT · 51 of 58
    shadowland to Alas Babylon!

    “DC, eh? I’ll bet that vote is often up for grabs! /s”

    Yeah, it’s hotly contested... Obviously a contest the GOP should sink a lot of cash into.. /sarc.

  • WHAT is Scytl & WHY Should You Be VERY, VERY Concerned?

    05/07/2012 10:54:33 AM PDT · 47 of 58
    shadowland to Alas Babylon!

    “it’s 50 separate elections on the same day.”

    Fifty-one: the District of Colombia has two electors. No representation in House or Senate though - just a delegate, Holmes-Norton.

  • Video claims that Obama's Selective Service card is a forgery!

    03/01/2012 7:08:54 PM PST · 32 of 81
    shadowland to lmsii
    It was part of Carter's response to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Selective service registration was restarted. Boycott of the Moscow summer games and a grain embargo also. I was born in Jan of 1960 so I was in the first month that had to register. My buddy that was born the month before me on Dec 20th, didn't. Always remembered that for some reason. You had to show your registration card when you applied for student loans and grants.
  • OBAMA'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE DEEMED A FRAUD BY SHERIFF JOE ARPAIO'S COLD CASE POSSE

    03/01/2012 2:07:31 PM PST · 65 of 79
    shadowland to Jonty30
    Easy, they won't ‘debunk’ it. They will do like the Washington Times has already done on their story and repeat that it has already been debunked by ‘snopes’ etc. I just went through most of the major conservative websites and Drudge is the only one even mentioning this outside WND and here. HotAir, Weekly Standard, Townhall, Powerline, etc... nada... and I expect it to stay that way. The only ones who will mention this story without an acid tongue are those who have been following it along already.
  • A new theory about Obama’s birth: The Obama Error

    06/13/2011 9:15:04 AM PDT · 54 of 60
    shadowland to Yaelle

    Not reddish, actual red hair. Before his conversion he was called ‘Detroit Red.’ Malcolm was also a real mensch when it came to marital fidelity. Calling out Elijah Muhammad for his marital indiscretions is what ultimately led to his death. This whole idea about Malcolm X is just not historical and goes against pretty much everything we know about the former black muslim leader... and we know quite a lot. He was certainly not hiding under a rock during the time of his active career. Unlike Obama, Malcolm X’s auto-biography along with co-writer Alex Haley is properly credited.

    I’m not saying you can’t be cynical about the man, there’s plenty of room for that, but this takes cynicism about him to sheer absurdity.

  • A new theory about Obama’s birth: The Obama Error

    06/13/2011 9:14:49 AM PDT · 53 of 60
    shadowland to Yaelle

    Not reddish, actual red hair. Before his conversion he was called ‘Detroit Red.’ Malcolm was also a real mensch when it came to marital fidelity. Calling out Elijah Muhammad for his marital indiscretions is what ultimately led to his death. This whole idea about Malcolm X is just not historical and goes against pretty much everything we know about the former black muslim leader... and we know quite a lot. He was certainly not hiding under a rock during the time of his active career. Unlike Obama, Malcolm X’s auto-biography along with co-writer Alex Haley is properly credited.

    I’m not saying you can’t be cynical about the man, there’s plenty of room for that, but this takes cynicism about him to sheer absurdity.

  • OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE CONTROVERSY ON C-SPAN

    05/09/2011 12:01:44 PM PDT · 73 of 76
    shadowland to masadaman

    Anwar al-Awlaki wouldn’t meet the 14 year residency requirement... so there is that protection to fall back on, at least in that specific instance.

  • Purported birth certificate signed by "U K L Lee" – proving forgery -- may play Obama's swan song

    04/29/2011 7:25:06 AM PDT · 111 of 152
    shadowland to old curmudgeon

    The fact that lower-case ‘e’ has a significantly different appearance from it’s upper case counterpart just gives that illusion. The other vowel ‘i’ is just done lazily.

  • Purported birth certificate signed by "U K L Lee" – proving forgery -- may play Obama's swan song

    04/28/2011 10:34:12 PM PDT · 32 of 152
    shadowland to Smokeyblue

    The signature is ‘Vick Lee.’ Most likely a ‘Victor.’ Sloppy signatures are commonplace dealing with documents like this. I tried Google and there was a ‘Victor Lee’ who instructed Registrars in Texas. Doubtful it is this fellow though unless he’s working into old age . Most likely the person will be ferreted out.

  • Deconstructing the new Obama Certificate of Live Birth

    04/27/2011 4:50:37 PM PDT · 86 of 116
    shadowland to FreedomFighter1013

    I posted this on another thread back on Jan. 2nd.:

    “This isn’t about the BC though, it’s about keeping all personal records under seal. Most likely he committed fraud getting student aid. That seems the most likely reason for the obsessive secrecy and the suspicious SSA number. Perhaps he applied for student aid as a foreign student.

    In any case, it’s a shell game. He is most likely gearing up to release something like the LFBC - when people ask for more it will just bring the response ‘we told you those ‘birthers’ would never be satisfied.’

    What you really want to see is all his student aid records from all three universities.”

    I’m more convinced of this now than ever. It’s 3-card Monty. People should not allow themselves to be sucked into the game of choosing which shell hides the pea. We should not be forced to juvenile games when we seek legitimate information. That SSA number from Connecticut is very significant but let’s not make it another phantom pea. We should also concentrate as much on the name ‘Soetoro’ as ‘Obama’ when we make these academic inquiries as any wrong-doing almost certainly would have involved identity fraud.

  • Deconstructing the new Obama Certificate of Live Birth

    04/27/2011 4:19:51 PM PDT · 79 of 116
    shadowland to Bean Counter

    As a nurse I had to decipher lousy Dr signatures all the time. when I see that I see ‘Vick Lee.’ The person’s name was most likely Victor Lee.. would be a good place to start.

  • Deconstructing the new Obama Certificate of Live Birth

    04/27/2011 4:15:22 PM PDT · 77 of 116
    shadowland to spookie

    I filled out the personal information on my daughter’s BC, including ‘race.’ My best guess is the same happened in this case. Obama Sr was a black man from Africa.. no doubt influenced by the pan-African movement represented by Jomo Kenyatta (sp). He probably just wasn’t used to the term ‘negro’ to describe himself. This wasn’t a ‘check the box’ sort of form. Obama Sr was conspicuously African and even though that isn’t a ‘race’ he probably put that down as his regardless.. or someone else did.

  • Deconstructing the new Obama Certificate of Live Birth

    04/27/2011 4:07:37 PM PDT · 75 of 116
    shadowland to Grim

    “Kapiolani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital” is clearly the name shown on the certificates for the Nordyke twins born the same week.

    All the leftists out there are just looking for posts like this so they can ramp up their ridicule of those that have legitimate concerns about this snake. Try to avoid giving them ammunition.

  • Earth to birthers: the facts about Obama’s birth certificate

    02/16/2011 9:03:11 AM PST · 73 of 309
    shadowland to NeverForgetBataan

    The book is ‘Deconstructing Obama’ by Jack Cashill. It was just released yesterday. He doesn’t unequivocally believe that Frank M. Davis was Obama’s father but suspects it strongly.