User Profile: Rothbardian_in_the_Cleve


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  • [5] February 9, 2015 at 6:04pm

    Worthless rubles? Do you even know what is backing the ruble or do you just look up RUS/UD chart can come to that conclusion? Do you know what is backing the US dollar?

    Maybe you should go do some research and try again.

  • [8] February 8, 2015 at 9:27am

    Famous last words of ISIS fighters:

    “Ahmed, hold my falafel and watch this.”

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  • [4] February 8, 2015 at 8:43am

    But, but, but….homeland security keeps me safe! That’s what they tell me anyway.

    Seriously though? Shut it down and leave it down. No good comes from a giant federalized, orwellian police force. Ministry of Love was a scary dystopian idea. These guys turned it into a play book.

  • [3] February 7, 2015 at 1:49pm

    I don’t think we win the currency war Prog. At some point, countries will demand something other than dollars for resources. I think that day is probably within the next 5-7 years. Now, the question is will we blow to smithereens any country or countries that would challenge us.

    To me this isn’t a currency war, it’s a propaganda war. Can the PR machines in the west succeed in convincing the low info folks that the “other guy” is evil and that we all should march to war for a conjured idea of [justice, peace, right/wrong, etc]

    If the people of the US start to come around to what we have done with hegemony then we will certainly lose. If 300+ million buy the line, then we’ll blow up all who resist us, export our inflation and then economically advance by replacing all the crap we just blew up.

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  • [1] February 7, 2015 at 11:34am

    What a joke.

    First off go read Vicoria Nuland’s “off the record” remarks on Ukraine and the EU. That the EU would even pander like this after that speaks volumes.

    Secondly, Biden’s son is an executive in a Ukrainian gas partnership. Hmmmm.

    Thirdly, the US toppled the Ukrainian gov’t for Pete’s sake! Not only that, when the east democratically voted to secede the US ignored the vote of the people. WTH? So we like elections as long as they go our way but otherwise you’re “terrorists”. Freaking ridiculous and I’m embarrassed and ashamed of the hypocrisy of my country’s foreign policy.

    Fourthly, the EU and US already carted off Ukraine’s gold reserves as “down payment” for all the help they are getting.

    Fifthly, if China toppled Mexico you can bet your sweet cheeks we’d be funding any “freedom fighters” that would resist that. That we toppled Ukraine (again go read Nuland’s words for yourself) right on the border with Russia and expect them to sit there and take it is simply ridiculous.

    The propaganda war of Putin as Hitler is just ridiculous. So tired of us going around the world toppling governments and funding/creating terrorist organizations (that later attack us) in order to placate the stupid hegemony game and some BS collusion with the Saudi’s.

    All the superpower governments are pretty jacked up…China, Russia, EU, etc. But when you sift through the propaganda we take the cake.

  • [-1] February 7, 2015 at 11:26am

    Wait wait wait….wasn’t John McCain one of them? What about the CIA? If you are going to arrest people who financially support these organizations then the 47% of us who pay tax ought to be arrested too right?

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  • [12] February 6, 2015 at 1:53pm

    Indeed. The whole thing is all kabuki theater.

  • [15] February 6, 2015 at 1:51pm

    Look, he’s the POTUS of Christians, atheists, Muslims, Jews, etc. He isn’t just a Christian POTUS. So, in the sense that he’d meet muslim leaders it isn’t that far off the rails.


    My issue was and is that Obama hides who he is. That he proclaims to be Christian when he’s not. He’s some weird blend of black liberation theology and sunni muslim. I don’t even know what to call it really. Anyhow, the insulting thing is that he hides in plain view. He gets away with this “I’m whatever you think I am” bologna.

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  • [1] February 5, 2015 at 11:53pm

    Have you read the declaration of independence? Were they nuts too?

  • [2] February 5, 2015 at 11:51pm

    I wonder if so called conservatives are really simple minded sheep who like to wear cool slogan t-shirts and brandish bumper stickers but underneath are cowards who would fold like a lawn chair at any attempt to control them.

  • [2] February 5, 2015 at 11:49pm

    “and your local law will allow”?

    Maybe we wouldn’t be in this boat if you and your “brothers” would stop enforcing unconstitutional laws that infringe on a right that says “shall not be infringed”. Don’t you think?

    You read the same document that I do. It’s 27 words. It ain’t hard. Stop enforcing unconstitutional laws and maybe arrest your “brothers” who do. God forbid you’d cross the thin blue line and jeopardize your pension or paycheck.

  • [3] February 5, 2015 at 4:45pm

    Years of gains? How? NFA 1934. Heck, concealed carry wasn’t until what 1995 ish? SAPD openly saying they don’t care what the long gun law says and they will just arrest people anyway. We are all being killed by a thousand papercuts.

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with standing up for your rights by force. Our country was built on it. On the field of Concord/Lexington Capt. John Parker did not seek confrontation. He rightfully believed in their right to be armed. He did NOT take the first shot at the British BUT he would not yield his rights.

    “if they mean t have a war, let it begin here”

    Should someone open carry in a constitutional manner (“shall not be infringed”) and the police seek to stop him by force then he has every bit the moral justification to shoot back that Capt. Parker did that night in April 1775.

  • [1] February 5, 2015 at 4:39pm

    How are “we” building momentum? The constitution has been in place for over 200 years and open carry is still criminalized by the state. That’s glacial progress.

  • [5] February 5, 2015 at 4:30pm

    I find it ironic that the state is so concerned about his issuance of a “threat”. Yet, they exist under the same implied threat of death should you chose to exercise your 2A right. If you open carry as provided by the constitution in TX you will be confronted by LE. If you resist you will likely be killed.

    We are all so comfortable with that arrangement and so shocked by a reciprocal. We might as well just stop our silly sanctimonious homage to the constitution all together if this is the way we will be.

  • February 5, 2015 at 4:22pm

    Then by that logic will provocative commentators get our 1A abolished? Will states who resist federalism get our 10A abolished. The logic makes no sense whatsoever.

  • [8] February 5, 2015 at 4:21pm

    I’d argue that all the 2A supporters who comply with unconstitutional laws so as to avoid confrontation with the centurions (cops) do more harm than this guy has.

    All those Gadsen flags and signs and contributions to NRA. How many gun laws are rolled back? How many new ones get passed?

  • [2] February 5, 2015 at 4:19pm

    Why should you hide from tyranny? THAT is the problem to begin with. Avoid this and avoid that. Who is really working for who? THEY work for US…or at least they are supposed to. It is a sad day when I hear my countrymen saying thinks like this.

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  • [1] February 5, 2015 at 4:17pm

    By definition, they can’t be laws if they are in stark contrast with the constitution. The problem isn’t the laws. The problem, as I see it, is the population unwilling to make any sacrifice to defend their rights. If some constitutionalists should resist the group complaining about tyranny would not only not help them….they’d condemn them.

    There is 0% chance that the American Revolution could happen today because mankind has become so feeble that even the sheep are embarrassed.

  • [7] February 5, 2015 at 4:14pm

    Didn’t our founders tell us that the tree of liberty must be watered with the blood of tyrants and patriots? The whole point of the second amendment is to protect you FROM the government. If you live in a time where the government openly infringes upon your rights…particularly this one…then the DoI actually provides you the justification to shoot back.

    If there is never any point at which to shoot back at the government then the whole concept of the constitution is “ridiculous”.

  • [4] February 5, 2015 at 4:12pm

    OK, I’ll look for that. While I’m doing that could you locate in the constitution where the government has the right to prevent open carry?

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