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Mirror, Mirror on the wall,...

Discussion in 'The Dungeon' started by tzrider, Apr 14, 2009.

  1. tzrider

    tzrider CZrider

    ...who is the dumbest of 'em all?

  2. Hawk518

    Hawk518 Resident Alien

    Not to worry, any increase on these numbers will be offset by street hoodlums assalting people coming off welfare lines.:up:
  3. joedogR6

    joedogR6 Well-Known Member

    Im sorry but that report by the DHS Nepolitano is the biggest pile of bilge I've ever read. The focus of the article is to relate all those who believe in limited gov, expressed powers, states rights, 2nd amendment, less taxes, and strong national defense are all right wing nutjobs. It is a delibrate and misdirected attempt to link middle america with racial groups to discredit those who have any political dissention.
    It talks about those who are members of the NRA or are pro-life are more likely to engage in domestic terrorism, not to mention linking veterans with extremist group with racist agendas......total bs.
    Anyone who is the least bit traditional in thier value system or believes in limiting governments power should be offended.:down:
  4. Hawk518

    Hawk518 Resident Alien

    Say it ain't so, Joe!
  5. Jefe

    Jefe Wannabe

  6. Hawk518

    Hawk518 Resident Alien


    And my tax monies is going for this type of "assessment"?

    Crap, who is knocking on my door?:D
  7. Super Dave

    Super Dave Exhausted and Abused

    Oh, yeah, this is all because the President is black.

    Wasn't it the Republican party that was against slavery and got the Civil Rights Act passed...and the Democrats fought against them...LOL! I mean, hey, it is what it is.

    Either way, since more and more spending hasn't been on prisons, prison workers, and the justice system, all the radical right wingers will probably just be out on horses anyway...


    Might not be a bad thing. Maybe they can develop their own towns.
  8. Hawk518

    Hawk518 Resident Alien

    Or erect their own bridges! :Poke:
  9. Orvis

    Orvis Well-Known Member

    You're spot on. The slow march of the division of classes continues. The dumb assed woman leading Homeland Security is doing what she is supposed to, and that is to vilify certain groups of citizens that can cause the Government problems in the future. As I've said before, sometime in the future I think we will have another Civil war in this country.
  10. cyclestation

    cyclestation Well-Known Member

    wow. this sounds just like 2004.
  11. cyclestation

    cyclestation Well-Known Member

    Ole Bush did exactly that with your help . Anybody who opposed the sweeping powers given the Govt by the Patriot Act was called a "friend of terrorists". You haven't forgotton already, have you?
    McVeigh and Rudolph were just criminals just like Mohamed Atta and the rest of those little scamps.
  12. spcassell

    spcassell Well-Known Member

    big pile of horse dung. To link the Oklahoma bombing with Republicans is laughable. I'm actually more scared of Pelosi. I guess all military veterans will come home and turn into Timothy McViegh's. What kind a liberal propaganda BS is this. I actually picked up a free paper from the downtown ghetto and was amazed at the crap they were writing about black suppression and anti-white rhetoric.
  13. cyclestation

    cyclestation Well-Known Member

    The threat to your liberties was the legislation passed by Bush that y'all supported.
  14. cyclestation

    cyclestation Well-Known Member

    Now y'all are howling when a little bit of the spotlight is shone in your direction. Its one of those hoisted on your own petard moments.
  15. In Your Corner

    In Your Corner Dungeonesque Crab AI Version

    The term is "hoist on your own petard", retard.
    Don't try to appear well-read when you can't even correctly quote the phrase.
    That article was possibly the biggest pile of horse shit I've ever read.
    I can't believe that anyone with an ounce of sense took it seriously,
    except for TZ, which I have no problem with. I expect nothing more from him.
    I always was willing to cut some slack to the kids in "special class".
    They have a harder time distinguishing fantasy from reality.
  16. pucksdown

    pucksdown WERA #9

  17. Super Dave

    Super Dave Exhausted and Abused

    I think you're assuming that it was all supported by everyone. Additionally, Bush was not a king at the time, so you'll need to provided the people in the legislative branch that developed and supported it also. And wasn't it renewed? Has it been repealed by Obama and the other Democratic controlled branch? If so, provide links.

    Next, provide examples of how the Bush liberties you are using as an example were pointed at a large segment of United States citizens.

    Compare and contrast it to the McCain/Feingold Act.
  18. tzrider

    tzrider CZrider


    I see the bile is flowing generously! :D
  19. RCjohn

    RCjohn Killin machine.

    The Patriot Act was/is not a well thought out Act and isn't very well supported by anyone with much sense.

    I roll my eyes everytime I hear the announcement at the airport that, "the threat level has been raised to orange". The damn thing has been orange for years now. :rolleyes:
  20. Marcmcm

    Marcmcm Huge Member

    :crackup: So that's why it made it through Congress :crackup:

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