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Lord_Frostwind

Member Since: November 30, 2010

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  • [-2] September 3, 2015 at 7:18pm

    You honestly think this will help your side? I don’t think you see just how badly that lava is starting to bubble in the volcano, and there isn’t going to be a whole lot holding it back when it does erupt. But if you don’t want to believe it, then you can go on living in your Pompeii.

    War is coming, and stupidity like this is only serving to stoke the fires more every day, all it will take is the right spark.

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  • September 3, 2015 at 3:16am

    And to think we nearly ended up on the same side as the people perpetrating this act. I remember reading the stories of the boat people escaping Vietnam after the unification under the commies, how it was better to take their chances on the open sea than to stay. At least with ISIS we don’t have the same level of fans and apologists that gravitated toward the North Vietnamese Commies.

  • [3] September 3, 2015 at 2:57am

    Sorry but I don’t make it a point to listen to crooks and their sympathizers. I was taught to walk softly and carry a big stick, not to walk and run for cover every time someone opens their mouth in opposition then carry a pool noodle to fight back. Time to start growing a spine or step aside for those that do, these thugs are going to start a war otherwise.

  • [77] September 3, 2015 at 1:08am

    Way things are looking, the thugs have gone to war with the cops, no more neutrality kids, choose your side and get ready the storm’s breaking loose over the United States.

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  • [-1] September 1, 2015 at 7:19pm

    There’s a lot of people who have been foolish enough to think that, most of them died screaming.

  • [6] September 1, 2015 at 1:36pm

    They won’t comply, so do what you will. I’m going to speak metaphorically for a moment, so try to keep up. Always remember that sword you swing to punish your enemies has two sides, and many people have used it recklessly only to end up with it biting into their own flesh in the near future. I learned it as the boomerang principle, whatever you throw it will eventually find it’s way back to you, and the more tyrannical you become, the worse it will be when one day you no longer have the protection of the politicians as you companion.

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  • [6] September 1, 2015 at 1:30pm

    Well you start crucifying people and they have a bad habit of rebelling, then it becomes a vicious cycle, you have to get increasingly more vicious to put down rebellions that gain more support the more vicious you act. That’s the eternal problem with trying to force compliance, especially when it is dealing with a divisive issue.

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  • [-1] September 1, 2015 at 12:19pm

    Do you realize in how dangerous of a position your side is in? The power of the government is real, but not as grand as people like to think, and all it takes is 1 – 2 percent of people making the government do their job to render the justice system inoperable. What are you going to do after that? Hold people at gun point for a license? This is a suicidal course, especially when all sides are fed up with the government already, and striking out like this is only driving you further down that course.

  • September 1, 2015 at 12:07pm

    I seem to remember that being that start of the novel Atlas Shrugged, not that you ever actually read that. A very poignant warning about an out of control government on a suicidal path.

  • September 1, 2015 at 12:04pm

    Don’t know, but it won’t take many to clog the entire justice system up worse than a Carnival Cruise bathroom.

  • [2] September 1, 2015 at 12:03pm

    Always seems to be the problem, what happens when you use force to make your point especially when it isn’t necessarily a popular one? Some of the rainbow brigade really needs to read The Prince.

  • [-1] September 1, 2015 at 12:01pm

    But what happens when more people do it? Same thing to them right. How about once there are too many for the justice system to deal with? It doesn’t take that many people doing it to shut the government down by basically forcing them to do their job.

  • September 1, 2015 at 12:00pm

    I don’t know if this is the moment, but it looks like people are starting to care less and less about the authority of government. This isn’t good, a lot of the power the courts and legislation wield is perceived as in, “isn’t nearly as impressive as it seems.” You know how large of a rebellion it takes in a country of 300 million to completely overwhelm the legal system?

    Let me put it in perspective, the court system has a difficult time operating when around 1% of all criminal proceedings actually go to court, the rest are taken care of in plea bargaining. The prison system is already overwhelmed population wise, so basically a movement of 1 to 2 percent in the country has the power to render the justice system impudent by just making the government do its job. After that what do we resort to in order to maintain power of government, military force? I seem to recall a line from Star Wars, “the more you tighten your grip, the more (star systems) will slip right through your fingers.” Cloward and Piven could easily substitute Grand Moff Tarkin, especially for their tremendous miscalculation of people’s ability to resist the governments threats and to scoff at their perceived power

    We are in a precarious position, you have rebellion brewing on all fronts against the government. For people like me its rebellion against an out of control bureaucracy, for others its rebellion against the police force. How much more pressure do you think the system will bear before it all fails

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  • [3] August 30, 2015 at 7:53pm

    Whiny little primidona doesn’t know dictatorships well, if it was he would have been taken out back and shot with his next of kin being charged the price of the bullet. Sadly some of the regime’s Mr. Jorge has praised have done that and worse.

  • [5] August 30, 2015 at 7:47pm

    I think we crossed the war crime line a long time ago, at this point it’s like adding jaywalking to arson and murder. Still sad to see destruction of such history, what a waste.

  • [2] August 27, 2015 at 1:39pm

    You fools want a war, then get ready because unlike the last set of wars we’ve fought, you and the people you love are going to die in droves until you lay down and surrender. We won’t suffer fools any longer, and when these young idiots finally get enough courage to wage their war lets give them a war that will burn a horror so great they won’t forget it for generations of time!

  • [21] August 27, 2015 at 1:11pm

    Dur Hur, like I haven’t heard that one a million time ThomP. Would this guy have fitted your definition of “gun nut” after all he was a good black gay man with a job as a reporter, why he filled at least several boxes of the liberal “can’t ever be an aggressor ever,” checklist.

    Now if you say we need a mental evaluation to have our beliefs, how about we have a test to see who has a basic understanding of law before their allowed to vote? If we’re going to shoot down one constitutional right why don’t we throw them all in the air and see which ones survive?

  • [25] August 26, 2015 at 1:08am

    I’m just glad someone is bucking the Illegal Immigrant Suicide Scheme they are running. I don’t know what possessed the GOP strategos that they needed the illegal immigrants who are inevitably going to vote democrat, but if we can purge that idea from the party it will be a great place to start. And if Donald Trump is the man to do it, I’m happy to give him my support.

  • [1] August 26, 2015 at 1:03am

    Cruz would definitely be my first choice, but as long as Trump keeps destroying Bush and the rest of the establishment I am happy to let him take whatever shots he wants. Honestly as long as Republican isn’t going along with the Illegal Immigrant suicide scheme I’ll give them my vote.

  • [3] August 26, 2015 at 1:01am

    He does have some real substance to him, but he isn’t Obama. The secret of Obama was he was a blank slate anybody could write what they wanted on him. Trump is known commodity, extremely brash but keen about business, talks straight but also believes in greasing the wheels necessary to get the job done. I find him interesting, not necessarily enough to gain my vote in the primary but enough to pique my curiosity. Honestly though all the doom and gloom about him being the death of the Republican Party is hilarious, that fact Obama has been able to proceed with barely a speedbump in his way will be the death of the Republican Party long before Donald Trump.

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