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jmorris42

Member Since: October 23, 2012

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  • April 15, 2013 at 9:35pm

    Exactly right. A few years ago there would have been public rejoicing in the ‘Muslim street’ which our media would be working overtime to prevent any mention of in our mass ‘Party’ media. So the fact a lot of them are hoping it wasn’t their guys is very hopeful. Same way us conservatives go into a defensive crouch when these nutters go off hoping it ain’t one one of ours.. or if the Party Media will blame us anyway.

    This is probably the most hopeful sign I have seen in a year that things don’t HAVE to keep getting worse, that something, somewhere might actually improve. Hey, gotta try to see something positive on an otherwise dark day.

  • February 26, 2013 at 3:20pm

    Sorry but Kerry is dead right on this one. Ok, an idiot would be first in line to defend the right to be stupid but there it is.

    If you don’t like ‘stupid’ do what I do and refer to the same idea as the ‘Right to be Wrong.’ That one is THE fundamental right all of the others depend on. Because who defines ‘Stupid/Wrong?’ Exactly. To set oneself up to proclaim who is ‘stupid/wrong’ you first have to assert you are ‘smart/right’ and so sure of being right you can declare any opposing view as ‘stupid/wrong’ and thus unworthy of consideration, debate and finally of even being spoken in public.

  • February 19, 2013 at 5:01pm

    I don’t. Instead of grandstanding on a bill he knows won’t go anywhere he could DO something. Move to have the D who proposed the gun ban declared in violation of his Oath of Office for trying so blatently to infringe the People’s rights. Have him thrown from office and barred from holding any position of trust or authority in the State’s government. THAT would actually send a message.

    Until we make stupid hurt more we keep losing.

  • February 15, 2013 at 10:00pm

    Nope. The attempt to ban assault weapons is just a feint. Wait for a ‘gang of…’ to suddenly announce a compromise that ‘preserves the 2nd Amendment while doing something to stop blah blah.’ Listen to the enemy and they will tell you what they are up to as they communicate the talking points to the foot soldiers. Universal Background Checks. Anytime they open their hole and crap out a talking point you hear that phrase. Only way that works is if it is indistinguishable from universal registration, even if they don’t demand back registering anything. They are patient. They are evil. They won’t stop. Ever. They must BE stopped.

    Democrat Delenda Est. Zero is a good number of D congresscritters. Dream big.

  • February 12, 2013 at 2:05pm

    Yup, that should be the story. Too much of our society is far too easy to hack. Including military hardware running off the shelf Windows PC hardware and software. If we ever get in a serious throwdown with an enemy that isn’t a bunch of misfit primitive screwheads we are going to find out exactly how dumb we have been.

  • January 11, 2013 at 9:11pm

    Hmm. Notice you didn’t bother to mention where the factual errors were. Neither did you mention where your degree in OB-GYN is from. So tell us all why you thought it important to waste our time posting what you did?

  • January 11, 2013 at 7:06pm

    Ok, so now I want to see somebody push this to the wall and see just how far they are willing to bend to avoid charging Gregory. Every Fox show broadcast from DC needs to brandish the exact same model of magazine. And if they either press charges or don’t. Either way it is full of PR win. Imagine taking it all the way to a jury trial.

    And if they still won’t send the cops out start brandishing em for man on the street interviews asking people what their opinion of the items being illegal to possess, whether they feel threatened by it’s mere presence, etc. Interviewing in DC would be all but certain to yield comedy gold.

    And even that don’t get an arrest start letting random guests wave one around on set. Then we can get protesters in front of the capitol, white house etc. to glue one to their protest signs. The possibilities for ridicule are almost endless. Right out of Ayers lil ol book.

  • December 27, 2012 at 4:15pm

    What? SMOD is the only hope at this point. Blow it the heck up and lets start again.

  • November 15, 2012 at 11:13pm

    Yes he needs to be replaced, but only in a primary so long as he continues to vote conservative.

    The reason to unelect somebody like this is that once you KNOW their morals are defective it is a certainty they will eventually become a Prog. But if you vote for someone you know is already a Prog it doesn’t make sense.

  • October 23, 2012 at 11:35am

    Notice that a book doesn’t require a ‘user agreement’ and thus you can’t break it. Even items like DVDs don’t require any such agreement. Blurays are usually net connected though so all bets are off, if they decide to remote revoke you, your player, your individual disc, whatever, they can.

    It really is a fundamental difference between buying and licensing. The retailers pushing this stuff have been very careful to obscure this difference so most customers don’t know anything is different… yet.

    The Kindle is nothing more than a tethered viewer for Amazon content. It is even priced as such, as a loss leader to be made up on future content licensing. Close your Amazon account and it is a paperweight. Heck, if Amazon goes out (not likely) it is a paperweight. The only way to use it outside Amazon’s direct control is to break the DRM, which is technically a felony.

    Note that Google, B&N and Apple’s products are almost exactly the same, just a little less blunt. You can at least load open epub books onto most of the others but the business model on all of them is to make money from the content ‘store’ that doesn’t actually sell anything.