User Profile: RabbiDRJerkins


Member Since: August 28, 2011


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  • March 17, 2014 at 7:34pm

    One sign that things are getting worse (over here, not over there) is that when the Egyptian government was overthrown by a coup, the folk in Washington refused to call it that because it was (and still is) illegal to give aid to a coup government.
    Now, in regards to the coup in the Ukraine, they do not even bother to attempt to give their assistance to the fascist (“fascist” is not an accusation of mine, but how they describe themselves, and their banner of “Hitler our Savior” that they hung after taking power would appear to support them in this claim) coup government legitimacy. They no longer care if they openly violate the law or not.

    Also, I thought we were in favor of allowing people to vote, elect their government, and such. Apparently, when they do not vote the way our government wants them to, such is not the case.

  • March 17, 2014 at 3:59pm

    While I am not overly surprised that our “government” (as they call themselves) is so diligent about backing the fascist regime that they have helped to install in the Ukraine, I am somewhat curious that few are discussing the ramifications of Mr. Obama’s latest unconstitutional executive order which can be found on the White House’s site here:
    Read it for yourself, and make note that Mr. Obama has also declared a state of national emergency in conjunction with this order.
    Does anyone else remember when the people had a right to disagree with government policy, and openly state such without being at risk of property seizure?

  • March 17, 2014 at 3:46pm

    The BATF(E), like the NSA, TSA, DHS, White House, FBI, SS, CIA, DEA, Etc. has long since lost any semblance of authority, and now acts on the sole basis of ability. As with any criminal organization, the ability to impose their will or act through threat or use of force is all that they have left.

    The ability to do something should never be confused with the right or authority to do something.

  • December 13, 2013 at 3:24pm

    Do not worry, the facts are on your side. Mr. Obama is most definitely NOT the president in any measurable way.
    He does not meet the prerequisites.
    He is incapable of doing the job.
    He is not doing the job.
    He himself has negated any claim to the position through his numerous acts of treason against this nation, any one of which, under the law, would remove him from office.

    It does not matter that over a billion people call Mad Man Mo(hammed) “the Prophet”, their belief and assertions do not make it so. It is the same when far fewer than that call this traitorous criminal “the president”.

  • December 13, 2013 at 12:11pm

    Did anyone else catch the pathetic plea on the radio to preserve the life of this criminal?

    Uphold the law, uphold the Constitution. The last time I checked, giving aid and comfort to the enemy in a time of war is still treason.

    Mr. Obama may be Mr. Beck’s president, but he is not mine and I will not debase the office of the President of the United States by associating it with Mr. Obama and his criminal cohorts.

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  • December 12, 2013 at 6:05pm

    Your argument is more than a little flawed. While it is indeed true that some of the main founders of communism came from Jewish ancestry, you appear to be confusing the Jewish ancestry with the Jewish faith, of which none of them were members.
    By your logic, the Nazi atrocities were the fault of Christians and Christianity because the Nazi leaders had ancestors who followed that faith.
    Communism is a complete perversion of the social structure found in Jewish culture and Law, which is, in case you had not noticed, the same culture and Law (and Lord and faith) upon which Christianity is built.

    There is often a vast difference between a faith, any faith, and that which is lived and taught by those who claim it. Some adulterers or homosexuals claim to be Jews or Christians, it does not make them so. Please do not paint the Lord or his Word with the crimes of those who falsely claim his service.

  • December 12, 2013 at 5:38pm

    Wake me when the White House faces charges of treason from the Congress.
    All these other charges are just distractions from the real issues.

  • December 11, 2013 at 2:01pm

    Any accusations, suspicions, charges, etc. that are based upon any form of computer information need to be ignored, and computer (digital) files themselves probably should be disallowed as evidence in any court of law.
    The NSA, FBI, ATF and other unlawful organizations have both the ability and the utter lack of integrity needed to “prove” that any “suspect” they desire has any “evidence” they would like them to have in their computer files.

  • December 11, 2013 at 1:52pm

    My opinion of Mr. Cruz just dropped about 10%.

  • November 19, 2013 at 2:43pm

    True, but execution does happen to be the proper (and legally mandated) way of dealing with those guilty of high treason during a time of war. Unlike the presidency, Mr. Obama is eligible for that.

  • October 1, 2013 at 3:52am

    Checked the e-mail and texts that are coming in, so far all active service members that I know along with all ex-service (I happen to be one) and retired military personnel are 100% in favor of the shut down.
    Seems that those who are willing to die for their country are not overly stressed by being asked to (maybe) wait a bit.

  • October 1, 2013 at 3:38am

    1. their pay might be delayed, the emphasis is on “might”; there is zero chance of them going without pay.
    2. Our military is NOT doing their jobs; if they were, Mr. Obama along with many others would not now be in office.
    3. No, I do not feel guilty, I did not sign an unconstitutional health care act into law, forcing the hands of the few, very few people in D.C. who feel some minor allegiance to their oaths of office to do what their oaths require in this instance.

    So, no, I do not think we should “give them a break” and throw out principles. integrity, and the constitution that so many have fought and died for so that they can get their paychecks a bit earlier.

    Some times you have to do what is right and let the chips fall where they may.

  • October 1, 2013 at 12:31am

    In keeping with the principle of equal protection under the law, and with the precedent set by Mr. Obama when he waived portions of the law with which he did not wish to comply:

    I hereby declare that I waive the Affordable Care Act.

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  • October 1, 2013 at 12:18am

    Finally, a victory for the American people!

    Great is the Lord and greatly to be praised!

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  • September 30, 2013 at 1:43pm

    Hopefully the placement of such installations on bases where the majority of the people have taken an oath to defend against exactly this sort of constitutional violation will result in those people upholding their oaths when the shooting starts.
    Hope is slim, but there is a slight glimmer there… There might yet be a single member of the military with integrity and courage. We know there are none in D.C.

  • September 30, 2013 at 1:29pm

    Main Stream Media:
    Wait, they’ve got it all wrong!
    Planes will fall from the skies.
    Our military personnel will all starve to death.
    The schools will all burst into flames.
    Every baby in America will die.
    All the elderly will be thrown into the streets where packs of wild dogs will tear at them.
    … and there will be a great wailing and gnashing of teeth…

    Reality: Shut it down, and never start it up again. We will all be the better for it.

  • September 25, 2013 at 5:22pm

    So, who is the “big endorsement” mentioned in the headline? I admit that it is a surprise that a left-leaning moderate like Mr. Rubio would support something with a conservative basis, but I would hardly call that a “big endorsement”.

  • September 25, 2013 at 3:35pm

    It is impossible to teach or promote islam as written in the Koran and the books of the life of their “prophet” Mad Man Mo without teaching and promoting terrorism, murder, rape, pedophilia and a litany of other abhorrent acts.
    Surprise that such comes out of a mosque is akin to surprise in the discovery that members of the KKK are sometimes racist.
    “Radical Islamists” slaughter others in the name of Islam; “moderate muslims” merely fund them and look the other way. The real difference is absolutely nothing.
    Well past time to stop excusing the support system that the triggermen depend upon. We are at war with islam, not some sub-group called “radical islam”. Muslims are the enemy, all muslims, from the jihadi sawing through his latest victim’s neck, to the elected official supporting him.
    We did not ask in any previous war whether an enemy was a front line soldier or a desk jockey among the support troops. We need to rid ourselves of the insane notion that one or the other is any more or less of an enemy now.

  • September 25, 2013 at 2:29pm

    The full text is in a link to pdf at the bottom of the page with your choice of languages.
    Please pay attention to the fact that it allows “states” to maintain arms, but not people, and has provisions for UN and international assistance in disarmament.
    Other troubling portions include the prevention of small arms into “illicit” trade, coupled with “private sale” being listed as one of the ways such arms enter into such trade.
    Read it for yourself.

  • September 25, 2013 at 1:33pm

    It might be more reasonable to ask: How many more acts of treason do our elected representatives have to ignore before someone finally understands that nothing will be done unless We the People do it?

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