User Profile: Puddle Duck

Puddle Duck

Member Since: November 05, 2010

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  • [4] July 1, 2015 at 5:27pm

    Ask your ISIS buddies peenius pencilneck……..

  • July 1, 2015 at 4:03am

    It’s hard to believe that anyone who has supposedly graduated from a storied institution of higher learning could possibly say something so fundamentally idiotic. Then again the beige bozo never fails to one up himself. I’ve lost track of the number of dumb things the clown has uttered. At this point I’m suffering from saturation overload on the stupidity index. What’s really scary is Warren makes the bozo look like a piker in that department. I’d have to say even Pelosi is smarter than Warren. OMG.

    Crazy effin world …BTW thanks for the Schiffer link. He’s one smart cookie

  • July 1, 2015 at 3:19am

    Check this out Slayer..

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-06-30/goldman-just-crushed-strong-fundamentals-lie-cuts-eps-gdp-revenue-and-profit-forecas

    Looks like the complete fantasy this admin has been peddling about the US economies rosy façade is finally being exposed for horse schiit that it is.

    This week may be the most important one in our lives if the Greek default touches off a full on meltdown. Frankly I don’t see how anyone will stop the avalanche once started, human nature being what it is. Fear and panic drive these crisis’s at an exponential rate.

  • [1] June 30, 2015 at 11:42pm

    Out of mouths intellectual infants, Binky uncorked his soother long enough to mumble out this gem……….

    “it’s just a pretentious display by idiots. They went to a lot of trouble just to provoke a reaction.”

    Inadvertently sums up 99% of the community activist track record over the last couple of decades. One could say the Pride parades could be described to a T with your assessment Bink….or OWS or Green Peace or….tired of getting beat over the head with your own hypocrisy yet ?

    How about this video Bink (you should be able to get through it all, it’s relatively short). I think it brilliantly frames you and your ilk’s arguments….

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAA_So0d01w

  • [2] June 30, 2015 at 11:24pm

    The Bill of Rights are supposed be above law (God’s Law as it were) which makes them untouchable from laws passed by men…if you catch my drift.

    It’s a metaphorical leap with an important and critically vital distinction (from other nations governing compacts) which is why the founding documents are inextricably tied to Judeo/Christian fundamentals (God’s Law). That is why one without the other IS dangerous.

  • June 30, 2015 at 10:00pm

    Look this flag was not flying from the Capitol building, it was in a small memorial compound on the grounds commemorating those men who fought under it and died so many years ago.

    Look at it like this, it’s similar to seeing a USMC 3/5 1st Marines unit banner flying over a cemetery of Marine dead on Pelelui of the Palau Island chain of the S Pacific.

    It is in honor of the men who fought and died (right or wrong) and in that context it should be remembered and honored. I hope I didn’t offend any USMC soldiers/vets in the example I used, no offense was ever intended. I thought of USMC 3/5 of the 1st in honor of a fine Southern Gent who served in that unit on Pelelui and on Okinawa.

  • [1] June 30, 2015 at 9:41pm

    Axer…half of Germany was already occupied by the Red Army and China was in a civil war (Communists vs Nationalists until Mao prevailed in 1949).

    Are you suggesting the Allies are to blame for what the Soviet’s meted out to it’s conquered territories’ residents as well ?

    About the only really reprehensible thing the Allies did in the immediate aftermath of the European theater’s rebuilding process was co operating with the Soviet Gov’t in a forced repatriation program called “operation keel haul”. That was shameful but it was stopped on humanitarian grounds when the Allies found out their repatriated captives were ending up shipped off to slave labor camps or dead in some mass grave in Poland (ironic indeed). The Soviets didn’t close some of the larger concentration camps in Poland , they used them to process “undesirables” for years.

    The Marshall Plan is the US legacy in Europe that is something to be proud of. A similar plan was used by MacArthur in post war Japan. Taiwan, S Korea are eminently grateful to the Allies for how they were treated.
    The Chinese Communists in 1949 immediately forged an alliance with Moscow, thus setting the table for the cold war. Truman in the wake of the surrender of Japanese forces acquiesced to Stalin’s demands for half of the Korean peninsula. The Chinese today still view Taiwan as one of their possessions. The Koreans have been fiercely fending off invaders from the sea and the North for centuries.

    Just an FYI.

  • June 30, 2015 at 9:14pm

    Social Justice is a grand sounding term, unfortunately what it brings is division, hatred and very little in the way of true justice. It is revenge, theft, oppression codified in an innocent sounding phrase. It is a communist invention with a Chicago twist. BLT is riddled with this term as is Communist agitprop, but it is an old evil that has plagued civilisation throughout the ages, it is greed, lust envy, deceit and murder…it is original sin repackaged and sold by those who wish to yield ultimate power of life and death. It is evil.

  • June 30, 2015 at 8:57pm

    Zip I am surprised that gazing through the glass window of the dryer spinning as it does it’s job on your last load of laundry, trying to discern a glimpse of the future from the 5th dimension….was absent from your most excellent activities for stressed out Patriot’s list.

    Happy 4th to you both !!

  • [1] June 30, 2015 at 8:19pm

    When truth is buried the battle to expose it to the light of day never ends, nor should it ever end.

  • [3] June 30, 2015 at 7:50pm

    Never mind Publius Molon,he’s an abject irredeemable worthless troglodyte.

    It is refreshing indeed to read your opinions and your accurate portrayal of historical fact. As an avid and eager student of history myself I mourn the loss of another valued member of academia to the politics of hate and ignorance.

    I post this link for dizzzzave for his perusal,as it sheds further considerable light on what you’ve so far imparted.

    http://www.emarotta.com/protective-tariffs-the-primary-cause-of-the-civil-war/

    As for Publius he is a committed ideologue and the truth only serves to undermine his agenda. Dismiss his writing as the nonsense it is.

  • [2] June 30, 2015 at 7:21pm

    I am simply going to repost this link here in the hopes that some will begin the understand why this flag has such importance to some and it’s not the for the reason’s that most think… This critical issue has been shrouded in 150 years of victor’s history that upon deeper examination reveal the true motivations behind each side of the divide

    http://www.emarotta.com/protective-tariffs-the-primary-cause-of-the-civil-war/

    This battle flag as some have rightly concluded ACTUALLY represents rebellion in the face of state sanctioned tyranny and exploitation. The Morrill Tariff was simply the last straw for the South as they began seceding from the Union before this bill was passed. The Union Gov’t made it clear after the States had already seceded that the collection of all tariffs would continue irrespective of the circumstances (implied force in the collection of these tariffs, vital to the health of the Union Gov’t BTW was in no uncertain terms spelled out in official manner).

    This irrefutable historically factual truth has been purposely buried in the wake of the War, for obvious reasons. It sheds whole new perspectives on the South and it’s relationship with the North. That picture is not a favorable one for the victors, so the story was changed, wholesale into a narrative that would give moral authority as well as legal cover for many abuses the N showered on the S from the inception of the nation onward. In other words the Lincoln admin brazenly lied.

  • June 30, 2015 at 6:31pm

    This ik87 was the primary reason…..read it and become enlightened from your current state of ignorance of your own written, well documented history…

    http://www.emarotta.com/protective-tariffs-the-primary-cause-of-the-civil-war/

  • June 30, 2015 at 6:05pm

    Everything hinged on the outcome of the Battle of Gettysburg. If the North had lost that battle the Lincoln admin would have been forced to sue for peace and the address, battlefield commemoration, the proclamation would have ended up in the Oval office’s fireplace. England and France were about to recognize the CSA should they have won that key battle. Often times history is changed radically upon a single event and it’s aftermath. Gettysburg is one of those moments in history. The 3 most important days of the Union (at that time) played out in July 1863 in tiny town of no real importance from a strategic standpoint. For some reason General Lee cast aside his impeccable tactical judgment during this battle and fought the Union who had taken up positions of a vastly superior nature. I would imagine if Stonewall Jackson had been Lee’s eyes and ears on the day prior to the opening of the 3 day battle General Jackson would have advised Lee that Union positions too strong.. He wasn’t there and Lee cast aside good judgement, attacked up hill and in the wrong places at first. They could have won had they feinted the center and northern flanks to concentrate solely on the S exposed flank at little round top. That was the key and Lee inadvertently stumbled upon it, did not realize it was thinly held, failed to follow up on day 1. Had he committed Pickett’s Div to this part of the battle they would have overwhelmed their defenses and rolled up the flank of entire Union Army.

  • June 30, 2015 at 5:36pm

    Indeed.

    Bernie Sanders manages to run surprisingly well solely on a combination of bean sprouts and trail mix. I must say that is has not done a thing for his hair………he seems to be preoccupied (in the spring and fall) with hoarding and digging for whatever that’s worth.

  • June 30, 2015 at 5:28pm

    If you REALLY want to go for a sonic trip Shpongle is highly recommended. Play loud.

  • June 30, 2015 at 5:17pm

    It would appear I’ve been remiss in revealing the conditions of the common core passing grade.

    I apologize….

    The banana must be bagged from both ends !

    It seems our progressive overlords have a healthy respect for fruits of all kinds ….Michael seems particularly enamored with vegetables (don’t tell Reggie), no doubt she (?) double bags hers (again ?)…..

  • [1] June 30, 2015 at 4:23pm

    WhoIs you are missing the point of the manifesto entirely. The “communists” do not give a damn about gay rights or any other rights, the manifesto is the kinetic phase of a comprehensive list of methods for arriving at the end phase of the “transformation”. It is at that point all of the former “causes” which these socialists appeared to hold dear are cast aside. Those who were integral to achieving absolute power can no longer share this power as a small cabal that has been directing the “change” all along consolidate and then begin targeting those that will challenge their autonomy ( for liquidation to be frank ). This system is very inefficient, obviously so large numbers of “useless eaters” must be eliminated for the greater good of the common man, another noble “cause”. The good of the nation as it were. It’s all pure evil and that is the lesson of the Russian revolution, the Chinese revolution, the Cuban revolution and any other state that has come under the tragic influence of this evil doctrine. Gay rights or any other rights mean nothing to these people…only their wishes truly matter. The end phase of the transformation is nothing other than another totalitarian police state run by a dictator, a pure state of fear and terror.

  • [1] June 29, 2015 at 8:31pm

    Thanks Monk.

  • [6] June 29, 2015 at 8:18pm

    In common core double bagging the banana is a pass.

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