User Profile: HonorTheOath

Member Since: April 18, 2013

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  • September 24, 2016 at 10:19pm

    Your Freudian slip about your ” . . . ethnically diverse friend . . . ” below made my day.*

    HILARIOUS.

    *and my point actually

  • September 24, 2016 at 10:14pm

    Dude, I’m pretty sure Moses was middle eastern.

    You think otherwise?

  • [2] September 24, 2016 at 7:46am

    The owners of these private GFZs are MORALLY RESPONSIBLE for the damages resulting from their preventing the public from exercising thir right to self-defense.

    Until the SCOTUS overturns the recent Fed district court decision to the contrary, they are not being held LEGALLY liable.

    A shameful reversal of over a century of bailment law; we need EVERY VICTIMS ESTATE TO SUE THE EVIL SOCIOFASCISTS.

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  • [11] September 24, 2016 at 7:35am

    In the pictures I have seen, the man is obviously middle eastern (looks mostly Egyptian).

    OF COURSE the BOLO is for a “white hispanic”

    YGBFSM

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  • [2] September 24, 2016 at 7:28am

    You just described the DNC and Only Black Lives Matter.

    Except you actually live on Irony Planet where it is always Opposite Day.

  • [2] September 24, 2016 at 7:26am

    I don’t know about “most corrupt.”

    If you measure corruption by the dollar value of money pocketed to sell out your country, the Clintons are still the record holders.

    $32 million for letting Loaral Aerospace sell ICBM precision guidance technology to the
    Chinese . . . $21 million for giving the North Koreans permission to build nuclear weapons . . . On top of the usual crony sociofascism “laundering tax dollar payola to green companies for kickbacks” same-old same-old.

    The Clintons are “world class” kleptocrats in the model of any larin american fascist . . .

  • [1] September 24, 2016 at 7:21am

    You don’t actually KNOW any middle class african-americans obviously . . . and are completely unaware of the phenomenon known as “socially desirable responding” and what it means to drawing inference . . .

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  • [7] September 23, 2016 at 5:15pm

    I hope and pray that I won’t fall for the moronic sappy emotion you describe.
    We should CELEBRATE the tens (if not hundreds) of innocent lives saved by removing this predator from civilized society.

  • [11] September 23, 2016 at 5:13pm

    I’m celebrating ONE MORE (1,300+ per year) INNOCENT LIFE SAVED by ANOTHER “defensive use of a firearm resulting in the death of a violent armed felon.”

    See the difference?

    Of course not. Mediocre intellect of the first-order thinker.

  • [1] September 23, 2016 at 2:04pm

    Yep- release all video imediately.

    That way, there is no f’ing way justice could ever be served in a court of law, and (Bonus Time!) the perps family and army of lawyers get to “adjust their narrative” for “maximum social change.”

    Sweet!

    Lenin and Trotsky would be proud.

  • [8] September 23, 2016 at 2:02pm

    So which version of the Finicum shooting do you have faith in?

    The official government version obviously.

    To believe in what you are claiming, you have to ignore ALL the actual evidence, including the governments own camera video and audio.

    Weird.

    I mean, really. Weird.

  • September 23, 2016 at 8:20am

    8 Mile yes, I was a DNC activist from the ages of 15-19 on the east coast. I suppose the “pinnacle” of my work was organizing and leading a pro-Mao march in Chinatown in NYC in the late 1970s. I was a worker in the “coop movement” at Harvard shortly after that. Those two experiences opened my eyes.

    And yes, it was the corrupt immorality of the left that finally did it. Working with a parade of selfish, greedy bullies who spouted “Liberty and Equality” out of one side of their faces while hoovering up all the cash, weed, and honies over and over and over again led to my finally understanding what “Animal Farm” was actually all about.

    Socialism can’t work without fascism. I learned that the hard way at 19. But then again, I have a brain and I’m not afraid to use it.

    27 years in the military solidified my thinking . ..

  • [1] September 22, 2016 at 2:47pm

    And we used to get PAID (funded mainly by the CPUSA; now has to be laundered through OFA/DNC/BLM etc “arms length” groups) pretty good money for pretending to be The Opposition Acting Badly for the Camera.

    What’s different today is just the way the footsoldiers are contacted. We used to use Fax machines and telephone trees back in hte day.

    Today we have (anti)Social Media . . .

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  • [6] September 22, 2016 at 2:44pm

    MANY here are obviously paying attention; not so much for the HuffPo retreads running this site and the sociofascist thugs trolling for OFA/CPUSA/DNC/SEIU/Soros cabal.

    Going back to at least the 1970s (last time I was Democrat), a standard DNC/union tactic was to infiltrate opposition events, and pretend to be a Reupublican Nixon/Reagan/Bush etc. supporter. Get the cameras rolling and then do something objectionable . . .

    Remember the SEIU thugs infiltrating Tea Party rallies and pretending to be Tea Party members?

    You know, the bully boys dumping the african-american man out of his wheelchair (a DNC “TwoFer!); catcalling and spitting upon women and minority Tea Party members, etc?

    This is not “rocket science.”

    Any time you see a conservative/republican/constitutionalist acting like an idiot, odds are (close to 9/10) the idiot is a sociofascist (“progressive”) communist shill . . .

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  • [4] September 21, 2016 at 12:37pm

    Yep. Just checked his profile.

    Soros troll.

    Joined a month ago, posts the same nonsense over and over.

    Pretends to be a racist, sexist, misogynistic, homophobic idiot) Trump supporter.

    Most likely an SEIU official.

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  • [2] September 21, 2016 at 12:35pm

    Soros troll. Real Trump supporters aren’t this stupid.

  • [3] September 21, 2016 at 12:34pm

    I like the Glock ad better . . . starts with the same scenario, then first plays it out to the sheet covered vic being loaded into the ambulance.

    Quickly cuts back to the point where the vic makes the phone call. This time around she arms herself (with a Glock of course); the ad then quickly cuts back to the body being loaded into the ambulance.

    But this time you see the woman in the background giving a statement to the police . . .

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  • [2] September 21, 2016 at 12:28pm

    1,300 times a year (average) armed innocent victims defend themselves against armed violent felons.

    Thousands more cases where the armed innocent victim uses the firearm to protect herself without firing a shot.

    Now I realize under the current administration we can’t trust a damn thing coming out of the FBI, but these DoJ stats have remained fairly constant for decades.

    Oh by the way – 1,700 times a year the armed violent felon murders the UNARMED innocent victim; in about half of the cases the victim was murdered AFTER CALING 911 . . .

  • [3] September 21, 2016 at 12:27pm

    1,300 times a year (average) armed innocent victims defend themselves against armed violent felons.

    Thousands more cases where the armed innocent victim uses the firearm to protect herself without firing a shot.

    Now I realize under the current administration we can’t trust a damn thing coming out of the FBI, but these DoJ stats have remained fairly constant for decades.

    Oh by the way – 1,700 times a year the armed violent felon murders the UNARMED innocent victim; in about half of the cases the victim was murdered AFTER CALING 911 . . .

  • [2] September 21, 2016 at 6:52am

    First of all, the Tulsa shooting is all over the news 24/7 . . . Just like every other police shooting of a person of color since, well, EVER.

    Second, the Kaepernickans claim to be protesting ” . . . LEOs getting away with shooting innocent unarmed black men . . . ” in an organized effort to “oppress” them. However:
    - The is zero evidence that LEOs are “oppressing” anyone- to the contrary, they police urban minority neighborhoods much LESS aggressively than any other jurisdiction
    - The vast majority of LEO-minority shootings involve a violent career criminal, armed, resisting arrest and threatening the lives of cops and innocent bystanders
    - in the incredibly small number of cases where there were errors in judgement- and an error in judgement is NOT “organized oppression-” thise cases are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. So there isn’t a pattern of “rogue cops” in the first place and they aren’t “getting away with it” in any case

    So the Kaepernickans are protesting something that doesn’t exist and isn’t happening.

    These boneheads might as well protest the oppressin of unicorns by leprechauns . . .

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