• “Hudgens said “I don’t know why you’re videotaping.”

    Time to clue Hudgens, the douchebag in. Here is your answer butthead!

    You are citizen speaking in your capacity as Insurance Comm. Being such you are no longer a private citizen hence you are subject to the scrutiny of those who may or may not vote for you, in the future should you choose to run. Insurance Comm an Appointed Position in Georgia???

    This was the intent of taping your comments in a public setting. Your attempts to stymie a record of your comments is patently fascist.

    It not partisan political thing at all. It is called American Republicanism 101. That “…more perfect union thing…” needs accountability coming from pols and appointed political hacks by reporting… There were few “reporters,” or citizen journalist in Nazi Germany, being either arrested, imprisoned or simply shot on the spot….

    This is why she was videotaping and you’all had her arrested. Fascists need to take a history lesson. Creep!

  • Oh those “moods” without personal consequence…an accurate summation of modern American Foreign Policy.

    American Foreign Policy is unchanged. It is called protect then Oil Whore! How is that for an accurate and truthful summation….

    Maybe some day Americans will realize the extent of our leveraged economic servitude to this energy monopoly as people of color were in servitude to another energy monopoly. SO much for sophisticated and thoughtful policies coming from these collective fuck heads.

    There was a reason a house was divided and senate antebellum existed…

    It was to protect the institution of slavery. A monopoly on energy. Historical truth sucks for retreads, blinded by corporate bullshit! How exceptional it has all become!

    Deja Vu!

  • Blitzkrieg!

    The significance of the “Gleiwitz Incident,” is always missed. The fabrication orchestrated by Nazi to justify the invasion of Poland was a complete and utter fraud exacted against the “German People,” and world by a bunch of misguided “fuck ups,” addicted to power and its benefits.

    You know, Iraqi WMD was a “fraud,” to justify the invasion of Iraq. Given all the oil untapped and undeveloped in Iraq maybe we will find out after the fact why those Towers went down?

    Connecting those gnarly hairy warts no one wants to look at requires a fucking brain. Corporate America wants braindead Americans. Don’t think! Don’t question! Fuck don’t even look or take pictures.

    Pump gas and consume, as a Pavlovian Dog! Ding goes the bell…

    I guess the Nazi land grab into Poland is not a relevant historical fact to those blinded by hate, retaliation and religion, in Israel?

    Nice foreign entanglement USA is in here while lacking the backbone to to collectively realize the oppressed are now the oppressors, acting more like the oppressors, the oppressed detested and American and allies killed in thousands to liberate human being from the debauchery of sick mofers in need of a piece of lead to the brain.


    In response to OFG @ 24: Correct! To provoke a response to justify the invasion and disproportionate response to further inflict pain. Did Israel forget the plight of Jews in Warsaw, Poland?

  • I could no make the edit/correction fast enough…

  • I wonder if people ever think about what it would be like to have someone take your home and your land so that you had no place to live and no way to grow food.


    “Empathy is the capacity to share or recognize emotions experienced by another sentient or fictional being.”

    Dutiful citizens of a one time republic had their rights and liberties eviscerated. These humans were not fictional beings. Without legal protection citizen’s property was seized and taken for the benefit of others. Their home and lands were taken with no way to grow food or sustain life. This scenario was played out in various locals. Many of the survivors of such horrors came to the new state.

    In addiction to a loss of “empathy” some have forgotten history.

  • Economic segregation can be overcome. The cost of that change, is evident.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post “Don’t worry, we’re good for it”

    2014-09-01 03:58:58View | Delete


    The work was later named a “Farewell Address,” as it was Washington’s valedictory after 20 years of service to the new nation. It is a classic statement of republicanism, warning Americans of the political dangers they can and must avoid if they are to remain true to their values.

    Washington used the majority of the letter to offer advice as a “parting friend” on what he believed were the greatest threats to the destruction of the nation.[6]

    Washington begins his warnings to the American people by trying to convince them that their independence, peace at home and abroad, safety, prosperity, and liberty are all dependent upon the unity between the states. As a result he warns them that the union of states, created by the Constitution, will come under the most frequent and focused attacks by foreign and domestic enemies of the country. Washington warns the American people to be suspicious and look down upon anyone who seeks to abandon the Union, to secede a portion of the country from the rest, or seeks to weaken the bonds that hold the constitutional union together. To promote the strength of the Union, he urges the people to place their identity as Americans above their identities as members of a state, city, or region, and focus their efforts and affection on the country above all other local interests. Washington further asks the people to look beyond any slight differences between them in religion, manners, habits, and political principles, and place their independence and liberty above all else. He wants every one to be united.[7]

    He then offers strong warnings on the dangers of sectionalism, arguing that the true motives of a sectionalist are to create distrust or rivalries between regions and people to gain power and take control of the government.

    Washington warns the people that political factions who seek to obstruct the execution of the laws created by the government, or prevent the constitutional branches from enacting the powers provided them by the constitution may claim to be working in the interest of answering popular demands or solving pressing problems, but their true intentions are to take the power from the people and place it in the hands of unjust men.[10]

    From Washington’s perspective and judgment, the tendency of political parties toward permanent despotism is because they eventually and “gradually incline the minds of men to seek security and repose in the absolute power of an individual.

    When one takes the time to read the well worded warnings of America’s first Commander and Chief, considering the realities this republic faces in the modern era, George has more credibility and merit than the compromised mains stream media looking and sounding more like a German propaganda radio station.

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post “Don’t worry, we’re good for it”

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    To hell with these foreign entanglements and those that orchestrate perpetual war and conflict for profit. We all should worry about permanent alliances, to small to fail and land grabs.

    Israel(8,522 sq mi) an area smaller than the state of Rhode Island (1,214 sq mi) gets way to much attention and money for its size.

    Disproportionate attention syndrome. Part of the political corporate media shell game called, “Distract and Deprive,” taking place here there ad everywhere….

  • “But contrast this reaction to the non-reaction in another unarmed police shooting in Washington, D.C.”

    “In October 2013, a 34-year-old mother was shot five times by Secret Service and capitol police officers after she accidentally made a wrong turn in a White House checkpoint. She was shot in the back and the head while in a moving vehicle with a 14-month-old baby.”

    Great Point! More heros, killing Americans? WTF?

  • 1 Marine vs. 30 Cops: Sgt. Shamar Thomas


    Ask the Ferguson cops the same question….

    Where is the Honor?

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post I dunno…maybe men should be more intelligent?

    2014-08-29 05:29:03View | Delete

    “…bring it on!”

    I’am! :)

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post I dunno…maybe men should be more intelligent?

    2014-08-29 02:49:41View | Delete

    One cannot be intelligent when comments offered manifest a “dumber than dead dirt mentality.”

    Maybe these “dudes” have killed to many brain neurons with their consumption of the drug called alcohol over the years, rendering the use of critical reasoning skills useless? The ill logic is akin to alcohol induced stupidity fused with a moron’s logic at some frat house party.

    Now Gentlemen, if you cannot control yourself after a few cocktails or cold brewskies, let alone 30 Hazed bong hits, 5 cases Bud Glass-Quarts, 2 Bottles-Vodka and a couple of “Ludes,” simply abstain and maintain some civility….


  • Hiding evidence of torture? What is this Nazi Germany?

    Release the photos….

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Not looking too good for the 20th or earlier Centuries

    2014-08-28 04:30:15View | Delete

    Thinking of traditions, I wonder what type of “traditions,” women Senators must endure from their co-equal male counterparts?

    One tradition I love is Thanksgiving. Family, friends alcohol induced hyperbole…. Miss those times. So many friends and family are gone because they did all those traditional things. Drink alcohol like drug addicts and smoke like chimneys. The result in many cases was premature death. Yup, when we told my parents, aunts and uncles “smoking was dumb,” we were told to “shut up.” Funny how those who listened are alive and number far to few while those who did not listen, are all gone. :(

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Not looking too good for the 20th or earlier Centuries

    2014-08-28 04:08:38View | Delete

    Yes! The list is rather extensive…

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Not looking too good for the 20th or earlier Centuries

    2014-08-28 02:13:39View | Delete

    Tradition is learned behavior. Most humans are born with a need for affection and nurturing. A desire to be accepted and productive. Bigotry and discrimination are learned behaviors predicated on ignorance and are taught or learned behaviors, most often for economic reasons.

    Taney supported tradition. A learned behavior predicated on the notion that a man because of the color of his skin was inferior and not entitled to protection of law. That was a 7-2 decision, protecting tradition. That tradition was slavery, which gave us segregation. Another tradition based on race and economics.

    John Leland wrote:

    “Whenever men fly to the law or sword to protect their system of religion, and focus it upon others, it is evident that they have something in their system that will not bear the light, and stand upon the basis of truth.”

    Nice to see a conservative Judge calling out those whose traditions based on tradition, in this case religious absolutes, “…will not bear the light or stand on the basis of truth!”

  • “What’s wrong with these people?”

    What is wrong with this entire picture?????

    24 rounds? Simple answer is law is acting more like “brownshirts” are always trigger happy. As folks can see in various communities, cops kill and get away with it all the time.


    Here we have a man shot while cuffed after being dragged and rendered seemingly unconscious. Real fucking heros we have here?

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Nostradumbass

    2014-08-26 05:37:15View | Delete

    No nose ring here to attach leash! Screw them all……..

  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Nostradumbass

    2014-08-26 05:23:36View | Delete

    “Mission Accomplished?” So who funds ISIS anyways? Who funded the overthrow of a Shah and installation of murderous SAVAK? Who put Saddam in power then removed him from power? Who enabled the “Network,” in a war against Soviets?

    This shit is getting real old and Americans are being played again and again. So in another 60 years America will get truth about ISIS and how we funded and trained these sick people who speak impeccable english….


  • JamesJoyce commented on the blog post Late Night: Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad ISIS?

    2014-08-25 11:55:27View | Delete

    Fantastic comments folks!

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