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Posts by Wildbill22

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  • The Bundy 'militia': Who are they?

    04/19/2014 6:12:35 AM PDT · 16 of 20
    Wildbill22 to wastoute

    Amen brother!

  • Why Vladimir Putin Needs to Show Alaska Some Love

    04/18/2014 7:23:25 AM PDT · 16 of 17
    Wildbill22 to grumpygresh

    I am sure if you offered Elmendorf AFB to the Russians for a nicely located TU-22M Backfire base they would be quite receptive...

  • I want to preempt any no-knock raid by my LEO in my county

    04/16/2014 9:43:29 PM PDT · 53 of 62
    Wildbill22 to George from New England

    Move the bitcoin mining operation off premises. Then you can also segregate the business expenses and get better rates and deductions, not to mention the risk of a SWAT team unintended invitation.

    Bitcoin is a worthy endeavor long term, but that also might cause an invasion some day.

  • Has Rush Limbaugh Finally Reached the End Of The Road?

    04/16/2014 2:27:27 AM PDT · 20 of 99
    Wildbill22 to Arthur McGowan

    “I hardly listen to Rush anymore, but it’s because I don’t feel I’m learning anything. In 1988, Rush was reading the news from all over, and it was impossible for most listeners to get most of it anywhere else. Rush has been overtaken by the internet. For many years, anyone who followed FR and some other websites would learn little or nothing by listening to Rush.

    And Rush, Levin, Hannity, and most other radio hosts refuse to deal with what everyone in Washington knows: that Obama/Soetoro is almost certainly an illegal alien. And that his “birth certificate” is absolutely certainly a crude forgery.

    They all offer the excuse: “We will never get him out of office with that stuff.”

    How about this?-—Broadcast the truth, and the evidence, and let the chips fall where they may.

    There are some “conservative” radio hosts who are themselves part of the dinosaur media, and are being overtaken by others for the same reason that the Washington Compost and the New York Slimes are dying.”

    I think a lot of people feel the same. Claims of being just one of those fringe “Birthers” has shut up people on the subject, as was the intention of the left, and that is cowardice on the part of the right IMHO. The evidence is not easily discounted without the stigma from the propaganda experts on the left.

  • Ted Cruz says he's optimistic about turning US around, offers plan for change

    04/13/2014 11:19:23 AM PDT · 18 of 20
    Wildbill22 to volunbeer

    In regards to voter fraud, I see some simple solutions that other countries seem to use;

    1). Vote then finger in ink to mark that person as voted. Don’t allow people to vote with ink on their finger.

    2). Require ID. Heck you can’t go out into public as an adult without ID, the only purpose for justifying not having it is for dishonest purposes, and make those ID s more tamper proof.

    3). Absentee ballots eliminated when someone shows up at the polls to vote. This isn’t that big a problem to resolve.

  • The Real Story Behind The Bundy Ranch Harassment

    04/11/2014 7:47:39 PM PDT · 33 of 90
    Wildbill22 to george76

    Sounds like a pest control problem to me.

    First turtles, then Feds.

  • S.F. women's rights advocate accused of raping wife

    04/11/2014 7:18:15 PM PDT · 6 of 32
    Wildbill22 to artichokegrower

    Man the irony lately. Last week it was an anti gun California politician being charged with gun running, and now a this...

    The hypocrisy off the left has no limits does it?

  • North Korea 'is capable of striking U.S. with a nuclear electromagnetic pulse attack'

    04/10/2014 3:46:14 PM PDT · 48 of 66
    Wildbill22 to aegiscg47

    I’m glad you think so, and am interested in your sources.

    I read the book “One Second After” which was based on a US Naval College study on exactly this, in the book it was about 4 weapons over the US, and it was pretty “Thunderdome”. I think the ending number of living survivors after one year was under 10%.
    That is quite a gap in theoretical outcomes...

  • U.S. will cut deployed nuke missile force by 50

    04/09/2014 5:08:02 AM PDT · 22 of 22
    Wildbill22 to zot

    Yes it is. Obama’s nuke treaty with the Russians only cut our numbers, and leave an entire category of nukes unrestricted, that being tactical which the Russians have in abundance and we have all but abandoned.

    Our worst enemies could not have hoped for better. We are handing the Russians nuclear superiority.

  • U.S. will cut deployed nuke missile force by 50

    04/08/2014 5:31:20 PM PDT · 11 of 22
    Wildbill22 to BenLurkin

    I’ll say it again; Either Obama is stupid beyond belief in blind arrogant ignorance,,,,,or he is evil.

  • Women begin feeling invisible to men ‘when they turn 51′

    04/07/2014 5:34:20 AM PDT · 196 of 274
    Wildbill22 to Mariner

    ‘”Well bless their hearts... Poor babies”
    Remember, many of these women used their youthful good looks and sexuality to make your life miserable.’

    Someone once said, “ Everything is about sex, except sex. Sex is about power”.

    Some personal observations; Women lose their sexuality with age, as men do, but men are not dependent on sex for power. Some women don’t use sex for power, and they are called “conservative”, and their power usually increases with age.

    Then add the irony how so many conservative women stay so beautiful in their old age. And liberal older women? Ugh!! God does have a sense of humor, doesn’t he? (Or she?)

  • COME AGAIN: Liberal Radio Host to NRA Board Member, ‘I Will Shoot You’

    04/01/2014 5:43:53 AM PDT · 15 of 15
    Wildbill22 to Impala64ssa

    I have always thought liberals suffer from “projection” , and this is another example.
    You see, what this crazy person with his “I’ll shoot you” comment didn’t consciously know it but really means is that HE should not have access to a gun, and I might agree.

    I think many, maybe all liberals who are the most anti-gun are of the emotionally uncontrolled type that even THEY subconsciously know they shouldn’t ever be armed. They are too emotional and unstable, and I have liberal relatives who I think would be dangerous with a gun, and I think their fear of guns is partially based on their being unable to trust themselves with that kind of responsibility.
    -and I say this as a very pro second amendment supporter.

    And if you look at the predominance of mass shooters being liberal this seems to make a lot of sense to me.

    So maybe gun control, even strict gun control is appropriate, in regards to liberals, but liberals only.

  • So what if Putin says he wants Alaska back?

    03/22/2014 11:11:17 AM PDT · 16 of 78
    Wildbill22 to dainbramaged

    Some it would seem want to go to Russia, but they could be sleeper cells...

  • So what if Putin says he wants Alaska back?

    03/22/2014 11:07:24 AM PDT · 10 of 78
    Wildbill22 to SoFloFreeper

    You are probably correct. Even this loser of a president might draw the line there, but I think Putin might try anyway short of military action just to distract and preoccupy us.

    I wonder if Obama is regretting his “Flexibility after the election” promise he made the Russians.

    At some point even a pacifist might object to an invasion...

  • Pentagon Not Ready for Cold War 2

    03/22/2014 7:32:41 AM PDT · 14 of 15
    Wildbill22 to Colonel Kangaroo

    “This time we need to let the rest of the world fight its own cold war. We did the heavy work on the last one and we don’t owe the world a thing. Put our defense money into strategic defense, downsize our army and foreign deployments and see to our own hemisphere.”

    I agree, with the exception that we absolutely MUST maintain our nuclear deterrent. A robust deterrent, at least as large as our present force, but more modern.

  • Today Crimea, tomorrow Alaska?

    03/21/2014 7:38:16 AM PDT · 43 of 74
    Wildbill22 to NorthMountain

    I agree.

    I think the main point of all of this is that the reality is that there are worse things than war; In war only combatants die. In the “peace” of the Soviet Union, upwards of 40-60 million people died.

    This is the hell that “peace” created;

  • Today Crimea, tomorrow Alaska?

    03/21/2014 6:39:26 AM PDT · 30 of 74
    Wildbill22 to luke1825

    Putin is nothing new really. He represents exactly the same Russia/Soviet Union that we have been dealing with for a long time now.

    What IS new is Obama. He is not willing to fight. He thinks appeasement is worth any cost, and somehow we have “progressed” beyond war and conflict, however I think he is having a reality check with the realities of military power, and the true nature of the world in current events.

    Unless the leader of the United States is absolute in resolve to defend our country, then people like Putin will take what they can. And that means we have to absolutely know in our hearts that we would risk it all, and that means risking thermonuclear war, to defend our territory. So maybe nuclear weapons are not so unnecessary as Obama thought? And maybe we should look at our deterrent force, and the treaties we sign with Russia in a more realistic light? And what of the other new NATO countries who we have promised to defend in treaty? We promised thermonuclear war to defend them as well, and -when- Putin’s tanks roll over them our word and treaty will be worthless, and we will have no allies.

    Is Obama listening to the lessons of history and today’s reality? If not then YES, it is plausible that we could lose Alaska, and a lot more.

  • Moscow signals concern for Russians in Estonia

    03/19/2014 3:58:17 PM PDT · 46 of 123
    Wildbill22 to Berlin_Freeper


    I wonder if there are many Russian ancestors left in Alaska?

  • Retired 777 Pilot Calls the Show (Rush Limbaugh)

    03/18/2014 2:53:33 PM PDT · 123 of 182
    Wildbill22 to servo1969

    Ok, in all due respect to the retired 777 captain, I have some problems with a lot of what he said.

    -At 30,000 feet you have about 15 seconds of useful consciousness, much less if a smoker or out of shape, or ill or old.

    -An average oxygen generator that fuels the passenger masks only will last about 10 to 12 minutes. 20 minutes above 25,000 is fantasy. That just won’t happen.

    -Even with the O2 generator passenger oxygen, they would have little time of useful consciousness. They are there more to keep you alive in a rapid descent after a decompression at altitude.

    The simple fact is that at those altitudes there is simply just not enough atmospheric pressure, even at 100 percent oxygen levels, to feed enough oxygen from your lungs to your bloodstream, to keep you from experiencing extreme hypoxia. That is why the pilots O2 is different from the passengers, and feeds O2 through a mask that is held firmly to seal the mouth and nose with positive pressure 100 percent oxygen. The loose mask with the bag is more to just keep people alive in the descent. And not for long.

  • State TV says Russia could turn US to 'radioactive ash'

    03/16/2014 9:27:53 PM PDT · 73 of 110
    Wildbill22 to PotatoHeadMick

    The “dual key” was with NATO tactical nukes, not strategic.

    Great Britain has about 160 on its ballistic missile boats, France has a couple dozen more with some air delivered ones as well. Israel, no clear public numbers, but thought to be in the dozens or low hundreds, and shorter ranged.

    Both the US and Russia have around 1500-2000 strategic weapons ready to launch, with the US having maybe slightly more, but Russia has a strong advantage in tactical nuclear weapons numbers.

    In any case, in the US or Russia, try to name 100 main cities, ports and major airbases. Add some redundancy and just a few hundred weapons can eliminate either nation as a major military power. The remaining overkill is to address the unknown and make it as difficult as possible to accomplish a first strike.

    We shouldn’t eliminate any more of our deterrent, but what we do have is substantial.

  • Why Bitcoin Matters For Bankers

    03/16/2014 12:23:42 PM PDT · 11 of 57
    Wildbill22 to catnipman

    So I guess the choice is that either the government steals from us through printing money and inflation, or we get to risk the more straightforward form of theft with Bitcoin.

    I’m starting to think my chances are better with Bitcoin. (And I have not yet invested)

  • Why Bitcoin Matters For Bankers

    03/16/2014 11:59:39 AM PDT · 5 of 57
    Wildbill22 to Wildbill22

    In fact the dollar may be more like air in a balloon than Bitcoin.

  • Why Bitcoin Matters For Bankers

    03/16/2014 11:54:51 AM PDT · 4 of 57
    Wildbill22 to P-Marlowe

    So. Is the dollar.

  • Obama threatens, then backs down

    03/16/2014 8:54:07 AM PDT · 55 of 58
    Wildbill22 to ncalburt

    Slow down there. I am a friend, and the DU turns my stomach.

    Troll? You misread me.
    No I was serious. Many Russians have, including Vladimir Zhirinovsky, claimed Alaska was only “leased” for 99 years, or not legally bought when the US acquired it from Russia. Putin wants the USSR territories back, but he also longs for those great expansionist years of soviet past.

    I may sound a little out there, but my statement was sincere. And if ever there were an opportunity for Russia to get Alaska back, it would be now with someone as weak as Obama in power, and they would then control two thirds plus of the arctic along with all its resources.
    I have no doubt Russia has plans on expanding its base network. And I personally fear any treaty with them, given the Soviets never failed to break them. Especially when it involves reducing our nuclear deterrent in any way.

    Obama is starting to experience the reality of this world is that there is no substitute for raw military power. I don’t put much faith in him learning the lessons of that though.

  • Obama threatens, then backs down

    03/16/2014 7:33:38 AM PDT · 37 of 58
    Wildbill22 to ncalburt


    Alaska might be next.

  • Senate Democrats plan an all-nighter Monday for climate change

    03/07/2014 2:50:57 PM PST · 45 of 77
    Wildbill22 to <1/1,000,000th%

    I thought ALGORE was betting on “Global Warming”, not “climate change”...

    Honestly, if he can’t get it right the first time, then how can I take him seriously now? The change in the story line requires that I am gullible, and that isn’t even taking into account the falsified data, and email leaks proving “Bad Science”...

    Sorry, I am not that stupid/gullible.

  • A Run On Ammunition Has Begun:

    03/07/2014 8:57:45 AM PST · 76 of 96
    Wildbill22 to Kartographer

    If you want some 5.45 before it is all sold out (Widners is out now) you can still get it pretty cheap here;

  • A Run On Ammunition Has Begun:

    03/07/2014 8:09:47 AM PST · 72 of 96
    Wildbill22 to Kartographer

    I love the 74 platform. Extremely reliable, and for now, before any import ban I am expecting any time now, THE cheapest ammunition available.

    I had an AR that would jam. This thing (AK74) doesn’t know how to jam.

    The Russians do some things very very well, and this was one of them.

  • Hillary Clinton Calls Putin 'A Tough Guy With Thin Skin'

    03/05/2014 5:38:54 PM PST · 50 of 64
    Wildbill22 to Wildbill22

    Obama’s nuke treaty didn’t limit ‘tactical’ nuclear weapons, which the Russians have in abundance...

  • Hillary Clinton Calls Putin 'A Tough Guy With Thin Skin'

    03/05/2014 5:36:44 PM PST · 49 of 64
    Wildbill22 to gooblah

    Putin may be a ‘tough guy with thin skin’ but he also has about 8000 nuclear weapons and the second largest airforce and Navy in the world, and army fully equipped with non-treaty limited nuclear weapons(Thank you Obama) for that matter.

    Are we really at the point of international relations between major powers being reduced to name calling? Is that REALLY all this administration is capable of because if it is we may end up in a nuclear war.

    Hillary’s “Reset/Overload” button just may be the eventual launching of nukes out of our administration’s sheer incompetence and stupidity as is ever more evident as every day passes.

  • MILLER: Huge majorities on East Coast support national gun registry

    03/04/2014 12:15:31 PM PST · 50 of 80
    Wildbill22 to vetvetdoug

    It is amazing how when you only poll democrats how they have strong majorities in support of gun control.

    And I bet if they only polled NRA members,...

  • Obama has no idea what to do as Putin seizes Crimea (Jimmy Carter syndrome)

    03/04/2014 7:44:47 AM PST · 19 of 29
    Wildbill22 to bestintxas

    Of course he had no idea what to do. He is use to people around him responding to his pompous arrogant moral superiority instead of the hard facts of the world that include military power and confrontation.

    He is totally incapable, out of his league, and as capable as a fish flopping in the bottom of the boat... and with fisherman Putin planning on dinner.

  • Navy Veteran (To) CT Lawmakers on Gun Registration: ‘I’m Telling You Right Now, I Will Not Comply’

    03/03/2014 3:36:49 PM PST · 39 of 82
    Wildbill22 to Dubh_Ghlase

    “If push comes to shove, implement Rule 308...”

    -With extreme prejudice?

  • Treaty which could drag the US and UK into WAR with Russia

    03/03/2014 3:27:10 PM PST · 46 of 48
    Wildbill22 to fuente

    So treaties with Russia really are meaningless and will be broken by the Russians just as the Soviets broke every treaty we signed with them as well?

    Well I’m sure glad we don’t count on our nuclear deterrent being tied to an arms control treaty that only WE would be enforcing on ourselves.

    I mean, it would not be good to be in a position of nuclear inferiority with the Russians, because if they were still the evil empire Reagan stated they were they might become adventurous and try to expand their borders or perhaps try to re-establish the borders of the USSR, or dominate the Arctic or something...

  • The Eurasianist Threat - Putin’s ambitions extend far beyond Ukraine

    03/03/2014 1:49:55 PM PST · 23 of 35
    Wildbill22 to Tailgunner Joe

    Is Ukraine worth a carrier battle group? A division of US troops? How about several radioactive holes that use to be cities?

    Russia has the advantage in tactical nuclear weapons. We have no way to win this one, and everything to lose. Literally.

  • Responsible gun owners should welcome sensible gun laws

    03/03/2014 1:38:16 PM PST · 72 of 77
    Wildbill22 to Wildbill22

    Didn’t the Australians and English determine that the only “reasonable” gun laws had to be a total ban?

  • Responsible gun owners should welcome sensible gun laws

    03/03/2014 1:21:19 PM PST · 70 of 77
    Wildbill22 to Ruy Dias de Bivar

    ““Sensible” gun law demands over the years...

    And to think, in 1962 Thomas J Dodd and Emaual Cellar proposed the first federal law on common firearms.

    1962; “We don’t want to take away your guns, we ONLY want to register handguns! Rifles and shotguns will not be affected”.

    1964: “We only want to register all your guns, not ban them! Only Army surplus guns will be banned.”

    1968: “We only want to register your guns, and ban “Saturday Night Specials” and small foreign handguns along with army surplus rifles!” (They got the ban on 5 shot army surplus rifles and handguns and small foreign pistols)

    1970: “We only want to ban Saturday night specials! Large handguns and rifles will not be affected!”

    1976: “We only want to ban all handguns! Long guns will not be affected!”

    1981: “The NRA is a rifle organization! They should give up their handguns, and they can keep their rifles!”- Lee Grant on GMA

    1984: “We must ban “assault Rifles, unsuitable or hunting!”

    1989: George Bush bans import of some foreign made “assault rifles”.

    1992: Assault rifle ban passed by Clinton.

    2000: first calls to ban single shot .50 cal rifles...


    Nelson T. ‘Pete’ Shields
    Founder of Handgun Control, Inc.

    “I’m convinced that we have to have federal legislation to build on. We’re going to have to take one step at a time, and the first step is necessarily — given the political realities — going to be very modest.

    Of course, it’s true that politicians will then go home and say, ‘This is a great law. The problem is solved.’ And it’s also true that such statements will tend to defuse the gun-control issue for a time.

    So then we’ll have to strengthen that law, and then again to strengthen that law, and maybe again and again. Right now, though, we’d be satisfied not with half a loaf but with a slice. Our ultimate goal — total control of handguns in the United States — is going to take time.

    My estimate is from seven to ten years. The problem is to slow down the increasing number of handguns sold in this country. The second problem is to get them all registered. And the final problem is to make the possession of all handguns and all handgun ammunition — except for the military, policemen, licensed security guards, licensed sporting clubs, and licensed gun collectors — totally illegal.”

    -Pete Shields, Chairman and founder, Handgun Control Inc., “A Reporter At Large: Handguns,” The New Yorker, July 26, 1976, 57-58

    The Brady Center (former HCI) now has the hots to ban anything they can, including common rifles and shotguns.”

    -Again, ^^^ worth repeating.

  • Responsible gun owners should welcome sensible gun laws

    03/03/2014 1:14:27 PM PST · 68 of 77
    Wildbill22 to backwoods-engineer

    “We do welcome sensible gun laws:

    FULL REPEAL of the Gun Control Act of 1968, as amended;

    FULL Federal reciprocity of all concealed carry permits;

    FULL Repeal of the federal Gun-Free School Zones Act, as amended;

    Enactment of law preferring a FEDERAL felony for any and all attempts at the federal, state or territory or city level to confiscate arms, including ammunition and accessories, without judicial due process.”

    -THAT /\ is worth repeating.

  • Multiple Reports: Russian Military Amassing Armored Vehicles on Ukrainian Border

    03/03/2014 7:14:53 AM PST · 9 of 9
    Wildbill22 to therightliveswithus

    Oh yea, a great time to further gut our military... after all, weakness is a virtue, no? Well we are a lot more virtuous now, huh? As we watch a tyrant reclaim the territories of the former Soviet Union, as the flickering flame of liberty is brutally extinguished.

    How about some unilateral nuclear weapons cuts now Obama? We don’t need to deter Puty the Impaler, do we? He wouldn’t do THAT would he???

    Obama will go down in history as the modern equivalent of Neville Chamberlain, and Jimmy Carter, only much worse.

    -We are so screwed!!!

  • Bombshell: British Intelligence Advisor; Obama Born In Kenya In 1960; CIA DNA Test

    02/26/2014 8:12:08 AM PST · 48 of 528
    Wildbill22 to Seizethecarp

    Even if Hillary is elected our next president, does anyone really think that Obama and his Muslim/Marxist administration will go quietly in that good night?
    To surrender all that power they never had and may not have again (except maybe the Marxists with Hillary)?

    After the midterms, I suspect Obama will make a move to make his term a bit longer, one way or another.

  • Controversy over Facebook photo of baby holding rifle (Yes, It's Getting This Bad)

    02/26/2014 5:31:25 AM PST · 30 of 36
    Wildbill22 to raybbr

    I think it is way past time we as patriots confront this absurdity. We have to (as Obama said) “get up in their face) about it.

    Anyone and everyone with kids or grand kids should take a picture like these and post it on Facebook. We need to desensitize these hypersensitive sheep. Guns are part of this world, and are necessary for freedom. Get over it!!!

  • CNN Cancels 'Piers Morgan Live' (Good Riddance)

    02/23/2014 7:28:58 PM PST · 14 of 78
    Wildbill22 to Kaslin

    So even liberal Americans watching CNN don’t agree with a “Subject” of the crown espousing his socialistic agenda?

    Gun control was his downfall, I believe. There are a lot of 2A Democrats that just can’t stomach that tripe.

  • MiG-31: A fighter ahead of its time

    02/21/2014 12:42:09 PM PST · 18 of 47
    Wildbill22 to Coffee... Black... No Sugar

    How does the Amos compare? Doesn’t it out range an F15 with AIM 120 AMRAM?

  • How To Deal With The Scary 1929 Parallel Chart

    02/20/2014 3:39:22 AM PST · 4 of 9
    Wildbill22 to waus

    So what can a 401k investor do at this point? Buy SP500 PUT options?

  • This is what the world's largest solar plant looks like when it's catching rays

    02/14/2014 6:25:18 PM PST · 81 of 81
    Wildbill22 to pacpam

    What have liberals have against birds?

    Either they chop them up with wind farms, or fry them with solar power...

  • This is what the world's largest solar plant looks like when it's catching rays

    02/13/2014 10:43:25 PM PST · 66 of 81
    Wildbill22 to tet68

    I am a pilot who has had to fly over it regularly, and it is annoying to say the least. And that is with only one of the three plants working. . It is like having a constant reflection of the sun in your eyes from that position within 40 miles of it.

    Very, very, very bright, like having a small sun on the ground. It isn’t dangerous, but you can’t stare at.

    I imagine a lot of birds get fried.

  • The Pursuit of Happiness (A Bold GOP Election Strategy)

    02/10/2014 5:01:45 AM PST · 7 of 7
    Wildbill22 to MayflowerMadam

    “I’m not sure about every line item in the article, but I think “Pursuit Of Happiness” would be a strong, positive theme for a GOP campaign, and is verbatim from the Constituion. Better than wishy-washy “Hope And Change”. If a politician were to ask, “Are you happier than you were ten years ago?” it could trigger some basic thought processes with people who normally don’t spend a lot of effort thinking.

    It would provide an opportunity to get across the fact that the Constititution doesn’t guarantee actual happiness, but the opportunity to make it happen.”

    I agree with all in this post.

    I think it would get people to question what is happiness, what has government done to promote it, in the attempt to grant it, but has failed over and over again. For example, security isn’t happiness; Security as a product government attempts to produce, is a false answer to fear, and displaces responsibility for addressing the fear onto government. At a huge cost.

    Who is best in the position to make us as individuals happy, and how best to enable individuals to take responsibility for their own happiness, and how government attempts fail in that end goal. Indeed, happiness ties into individual rights and the required responsibility the left tells us we don’t need.

  • The Pursuit of Happiness (A Bold GOP Election Strategy)

    02/10/2014 4:10:36 AM PST · 4 of 7
    Wildbill22 to techno

    LONG article, but interesting.

    Happiness is something the left requires we sacrifice for the collective. Just a little at first to avail the unfortunate.

    And from a historical viewpoint, the more power the leftist gets, the more that is required to sacrifice, until Josef Stalin is sacrificing all happiness in the name of the people.
    “The New Soviet Man” was to be the perfect communist, sacrificing all self interest in the name of the collective, a truly miserable existence.

    A great analogy of the left I read on FR is in the example of The Borg in Star Trek. Half humans, half machines, only interested in the collective, and can never think outside of the box...

  • Americans Learn to Succeed by Learning From Failure

    02/07/2014 5:54:33 AM PST · 5 of 15
    Wildbill22 to Daveinyork

    We re-elected a presidential failure of epic proportions, so this may be a lesson we have to relearn over and over again.

  • Obama: Putin Uses Tough Guy 'Schtick'

    02/07/2014 5:45:09 AM PST · 13 of 61
    Wildbill22 to yldstrk

    Name it. Cage fight, arm wrestle, boxing, or any other form of one on one combat,,, you know where I am putting my money.