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  • May 20, 2015 at 1:57am

    Sorge was a double agent but under the ultimate control and payroll of Moscow. Stalin not only knew well in advance that Japan wouldn’t attack Russia, he actually engineered the conflict between the USA and Japan in order to protect his flank. This was in concert with the activities of the USSR’s agents that infested the US government. It really was quite masterful and brilliant. There isn’t enough space here for me to educate further on this, but the material is out there in great detail. Do your research on this, you’ll open a can of worms so foul and broad that it’ll knock your socks off, and rewrite all you think you’ve known.

  • May 20, 2015 at 1:32am

    No experience no job, is an experience shared across generations. I myself am a boomer, and I never had anything given to me on a silver platter. I didn’t have the luxury of getting a university education, I had to work instead. There were no magic tuition paid deals back then where I grew up. Worse, everybody’s older brothers and sisters had already snapped up the good jobs before I got into the market. Of course, not having a father didn’t help either, so I had no easy way into a cradle to grave union job either via a family link. I did finish two years of university before I ran out of money. But instead of begging borrowing and stealing just to get a degree that meant an automatic job on a lumber mill’s greenchain, I went out and took any job I could. Sure, over the years I eventually went back to school, got a ticket into a good and stable career, but the bottom fell out in my chosen field in 1982. I could have whined and bitched and moaned about how the system and older people were against me, but no, I kept on doing. Get a job, do it well, get ahead eventually. It’s taken me a few decades now, but I finally make more than what’s needed to own a home and pay the bills in an obscenely overheated local market. Will the home ever be paid off? No, it’s the never-never plan. But at least I’m not paying someone else’s mortgage anymore. Do I have stocks and bonds for an easy or early retirement? Hell no. I”ll probably be eating dog food.
    Suck it up princess.

    In reply to the contribution The Great (Millennial) Depression

  • May 15, 2015 at 1:26pm

    Thanks for ruining my long weekend. Now I won’t be able to get visions of what’s actually under that damn pantsuit out of my mind.

  • May 15, 2015 at 1:18pm

    I agree with the wimp factor. It’s pandering to certain crowds, plus the ever present fear that as much as the press hammers the GOP now, any hardball (which should be done) against Obama will consign the GOP to eternal hell and damnation for being racist. Personally I think Obama is a fraud, most likely not a legal president due to birth and/or passport and college entry information. And what he’s done in office can in some parts be grounds for impeachment a few times over. But, it is what it is, the GOP says or tries any of that, and the game for them is done. I totally agree with the terms RINO and the progressive side of the party has certainly taken over and will hold on for dear life. As well, many of either party should be punted out of office for rampant corruption.

    But, what people still fail to realize is the massive and constantly shifting demographics of the nation. To simplify it down to the extreme, and not taking into account the influx of Hispanics, legal or otherwise, who become good little Democrat voters, the shift is perpetual because the older conservative voters are dying off, while legions of new brainwashed voters replace them on the other end of the age scale. That is most evident by the shifts on gay marriage and legalizing pot. The left took over education decades ago, for good reason.

    It’s not rocket science.

    As for Perry compromising, yes, it happens, otherwise total gridlock. But he would do less of that because he would be in command.

  • May 15, 2015 at 11:57am

    A true believer is unelectable in today’s demographic climate. And that is a pity, but we can’t keep tilting at windmills like Don Quiote. Now it’s all smoke and mirrors, a personality contest, and who looks the part on TV to the ignorant masses. At least Perry looks presidential, and he does have an excellent record of job and business creation in his large State of Texas. Sure, he alienated a few believers on his immunization nonsense, (which he eventually saw the light on and corrected it before it’s implementation), and his college tuition for illegals. Compared to most “career” politicians, that’s not too bad. Most rack up lot’s of crap in their records.

    True conservatives, Paulista’s, and members of the religious right have got to learn and understand that voting on strict principles doesn’t win elections. Romney lost the election which he should have won simply because so many of our kind of voter stayed home. The object is power. Power to be able to realize and enact policies that may not satisfy us 100%, but sure a lot better than the alternative. That is real politik.

    While I favour Ted Cruz, his run in 2016 should be considered his warm up for 2020. It’s a shame, even with his qualifications and resume that he hasn’t been a “politician” for too long. We know what happens then don’t we?!?

    So I would suggest a Perry/Cruz “Texas Ticket” for 2016. Cruz would make an excellent attack dog running mate. Or perhaps Perry/Fiorina.

    Compromise wins elections.

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  • [1] May 8, 2015 at 5:16pm

    That guy was a prime candidate to win the annual Darwin Award. His posthumous film would have wowed the voters. Holy moly is not the language I would’ve used. I see that thing once and I’m outta the water damn fast.

  • [5] May 8, 2015 at 5:06pm

    I guess lesbians don’t snore.
    Sorry, I just couldn’t resist………….

  • [6] May 8, 2015 at 5:01pm

    I hate to say it, but everybody already gets fleeced twice. Once at the point you get your paycheck, it’s already been armed robbery and what’s left of your paycheck after taxes is yours. But spend or invest any of that after tax money, then you’re robbed again and the government has more taxes waiting for you to pay. But yes, death taxes are the worst ripoff of all. Stealing from a dead person.

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  • [1] May 8, 2015 at 11:50am

    So it adjusts your lumbar positioning. Big whoop. I sit for 14+ hours each day, and my back is totally trashed. But what else would I expect as a trucker. And anything that would press on my knees would make my knee cap want to fall off even more than it already feels like at the end of the day. I drive the mountains of BC, so no cruise control for me. And how would it work when quickly going from the go peddle to the brake? Nope, sorry, this may be a good product for those that can relax for a few minutes and even, gasp, stand up and walk around, or “meditate” and un-focus the eyes and let the mind wander for a couple of minutes. I do that for more than a second or two and bad things happen.

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  • [11] May 7, 2015 at 1:21pm

    Obama hard-balled the Canadians into taking him back. The ruling government really wanted nothing to do with the terrorist weasel. His family up here are a real piece of work too. Obama also dangled the carrot of the XL Pipeline as well, which he typically withdrew once the Canadians held their nose and finally said yes. The socialist and socialist-lite parties as well as the hardcore left wing media have been all for releasing the poor misunderstood boy. The handpicked (by the previous socialist-lite government) activist leftwing judges ran true to form on this one.

  • May 6, 2015 at 1:48am

    Hey, come to British Columbia. You get to pay more then double for a quart of whiskey that’s only available at a government liquor store. Oh, they just allowed them to be open on Sundays two weeks ago. And smokes are locked up behind solid metal cabinet cupboard doors. Horrors that you might see them.

  • [1] May 5, 2015 at 11:54am

    Good Lord. The truth is finally there for all to see. It’s Hillary during one of her speeches. As she pontificates to the masses they get ensnared in her verbal testicles, and are swallowed up whole. Proof that the left are using hideous methods to ensure mindless voting.

  • [2] April 17, 2015 at 1:23am

    I add sugar and salt to the water.

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  • April 16, 2015 at 2:21am

    He’s lucky it was a love tap by a straight truck, most likely a 10 ton by the length of the box. If he ended up coming into my lane a bit, he’d get a love tap with a GVW of max legal tridem weight up here which is 102,500 lbs. His airbag wouldn’t save him. One time I saw a glancing blow between a fully loaded B-Train (145,000 lbs) and an SUV. The 4 wheeler literally exploded with parts flying all over the place. I was the first to the SUV, and that guy’s side airbags did diddly. His head was a broken mess. He died in front of me. Thankfully his passengers (wife in the front, daughter in the back with her baby) survived, but it was not a pretty site to see them in the mangled wreckage. So this guy in the video got real lucky, even if it was just a straight truck.

  • [1] April 16, 2015 at 2:00am

    Reid has attained the status of one of most contemptible senators of all time. He is on par with Tydings, Fullbright and Church, all of whom singlehandedly went about the business of helping to cause great injury to the USA.

  • April 8, 2015 at 3:39pm

    Make it a photo-op with Obama and then we’re talking.

  • [4] April 8, 2015 at 3:34pm

    It was just Pelosi testing out her brand new robo-broom 1.0

  • [18] April 8, 2015 at 10:32am

    I can relate to you Harry. I was too young for Vietnam too. And by the time I was old enough to enlist it was during Carter’s days, and the estimated life expectancy for cannon fodder on the German frontier was 5 minutes, so I passed on the whole thing. I’m Canadian, but I wanted to follow my father’s footsteps, because he was also Canadian. He had been too young for WW2, but when Korea started he hopped a train down to Seattle and enlisted in the US Army, yes he was at Chosin. Volunteering is a calling second to none. These brave men today stand head and shoulders above the rest of humanity, safe to watch reality TV and play with their electronic devices. I honor all those, in the regular military, and those who fight to protect in any other fashion. If only I was 30 years younger now, evil in the world must be defeated.

  • April 7, 2015 at 5:09pm

    They forgot to look for one thing though. So the boy is still in danger from the leech’s ObamaPhone.

  • [3] April 7, 2015 at 11:00am

    Simple math. If 19,000 centrifuges are spinning, and that puts them between 3 and 6 months away from producing a bomb, then how many bombs could be made with 6,000 centrifuges spinning away happily over the course of 120 to 156 months. Do the math correctly and you reach production stage in a much shorter time if you want to cheat.

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