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  • hoopless commented on the blog post Obama’s Job Approval Continues to Slide

    2013-11-26 09:08:00View | Delete

    If only healthcare.gov was a 20 year old male, he could rectify this problem with a couple of hellfire missiles. That seems to be his hammer of choice. Empty platitudes not particularly useful here.

  • hoopless commented on the blog post Pentagon Presents War Plans For Syria

    2013-07-23 06:50:56View | Delete

    Meet today’s version of the WPA. Instead of building things here, we destroy them elsewhere. Keeps young men from drinking and getting into trouble.

  • hoopless commented on the blog post Propaganda Ban Repealed As Government Made News Floods U.S.

    2013-07-15 11:44:37View | Delete

    I’m wondering if our own Pravda will have the same fixation with nipples, missing white girls, and marital infidelity? I’m looking forward to less Paula Dean and more State of the Republic.

  • Right on time….here come the lawyers. Things will get even more f*cked up now, which is not totally surprising.

  • hoopless commented on the blog post NSA Collecting Phone Records Of Millions Of Americans Daily

    2013-06-06 06:17:25View | Delete

    Photo is perfect and opportune, I was wondering how he can do that.

  • hoopless commented on the diary post Censoring Collateral Murder Will Not Stop the Truth by TomThumb.

    2013-05-31 09:21:12View | Delete

    I vividly remember watching that video. I was at work, had been reading about the incident, but would not usually watch video at work. It was very upsetting, and I turned a corner that day. Watching the van being loaded with wounded, knowing there were children inside…as parent I watched in horror not knowing what [...]

  • hoopless commented on the blog post Holder Calls in the Big Guns for Damage Control

    2013-05-30 08:06:28View | Delete

    Nothing like a fresh coat of paint to cover up systemic rot….

    Maybe mister Oblah blah can help by providing some sweeping, grandiose rhetoric. Amuricans love them some fancy words.

  • hoopless commented on the blog post Obama Administration Also Seized Phone Records Of Fox News

    2013-05-22 09:27:42View | Delete

    How long before they simply define journalists as “enemy combatants”, or “suspected militants”? Seems not at all a big stretch to make criticism of The Emperor a high crime.

    Maybe a few drone strikes on these treasonous individuals are what’s needed…take out an entire family at the Dairy Queen. All those kids hanging around, probably discussing leaked material…By virtue of their being in the general vicinity of known evil journalists, they forfeit their rights to….continue living.

    Or maybe they will come down with the bullet flu during routine questioning…

    Sadly we are past the point where anyone could reasonably say “Oh come on…that would NEVER happen…”

  • Increasingly, I’m thinking the entire Obama administration should be replaced with a small electric appliance that generates a random series of farts and flashing lights.

  • hoopless commented on the diary post Stop Expanding Arlington Cemetery by David Swanson.

    2013-05-07 05:54:45View | Delete

    Our victim-based society craves more places to “never forget”. Admiring soldiers whose noble service is squandered by our corrupt leaders….that’s our fuel. Perpetual war is our jobs program. All the kids who will be ground to bits in Syria, or Iran, or the next place….better find someplace to put them. Even the landfills are getting [...]

  • hoopless commented on the blog post KY Sen: Ashley Judd Won’t Run

    2013-03-28 08:10:23View | Delete

    Name recognition, sure.

    But to win that seat she would have to me MUCH more:


    Disregard the turtle, get on with her life.

  • Confucius say:

    Man named after washing cycle,
    Poop on work of guy named Michael.

  • hoopless commented on the diary post Drones for America by Elliott.

    2013-03-25 05:09:42View | Delete

    Yes, drone wars are coming. People will shoot at them, resulting in new laws hastily passed. People will jam them, resulting in new drones to guard the first ones. At the same time, others will hack the data (local cops using “123″ for password). Many will prefer not being surveilled, and take measures to that [...]

  • hoopless commented on the blog post 10 Year Anniversary Of The Invasion Of Iraq

    2013-03-19 09:41:38View | Delete

    “- and for what?”

    Exactly, only a handful of people actually benefitted from this. They run energy companies and defense contractors. If you ponder how just a few could benefit from such an catastrophe….you have the very definition of evil.

    Unfortunately, these are the people running our country. Either put up with it or perform a hard reset.

  • hoopless commented on the blog post BREAKING: New Pope Chosen

    2013-03-13 12:48:57View | Delete

    Be sure to keep an eye on my chimney as well-

    I’m gonna burn a bunch of old socks and newspapers when I don’t care the least bit about this. You won’t have to wait long.

    If the smoke is kinda greyish brown, it means I have lots of newspapers….

  • 5) Keeps hassling him about the use of drones

  • Promising to nuke Washington DC will arouse strong feelings, both for and against…here in this country.

  • hoopless commented on the diary post A Brit’s perspective on mass shootings, Part II by Bat Country Word.

    2013-03-05 09:21:33View | Delete

    Thank you for this excellent piece, I found it very thought provoking. It’s true, people are feeling increasingly powerless. Despite what the teevee tells them, they see the big thumb on the scale. They see hippie protesters dragged off and beaten while bankster criminals are called “job creators”. They pay more taxes than facebook, to [...]

  • hoopless commented on the blog post The Two Parties Continue to Get More Polarized

    2013-02-22 14:31:34View | Delete

    I would offer a third possibility…

    Every time a large asteroid unexpectedly streaks across the sky, we can keep our fingers crossed, hoping it’s headed right for the Capital Building.


  • I have wondered if Americans will put up with the level of surveillance that Brits are used to. I think at some point, people will fight the cameras. A single bullet seems cheaper than a fixed camera. Easy to shoot out, takes 2 workers and a truck to replace. I can imagine drones being shot at by various paranoid persons. I see a conflict there, and once again our gun culture will come into play. How long until different types of drones are shooting it out over the park?

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