Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Police Fired Tear Gas at Coffee Shop in St. Louis That Was Supposed ‘Safe Space’—Twice
See, the problem here is people were stupid enough to believe the cops about a ‘safe’ space. Butch Cassidy knew better — there aren’t any rules.
If you look real close in that video you can just make out the hilt of the shiv that Obama stuck in Hagels back.
Shutterbuggery commented on the diary post 40% of Palestinian Children Detained by Israel Are Sexually Abused; Virtually All Are Tortured by Ben Norton.
Well, all I have to say is I am sure proud as punch we have an unshakeable bond with such a country as Israel. It says a lot about us and our strong Exceptional morals.
Can we please just cut them off at the knees and hope the place withers away?
Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Waiting for the Ferguson Grand Jury: After the Election
oldhippie.. I think they’re praying for a monster snowfall or at least a heavy cold rain to keep the enraged mobs indoors. Probably seeding the clouds now.
Cops walk 99% of the time on everything and anything they do so don’t be surprised if Wilson is given a golden handshake and a plane ticket out of town. For the ‘good’ of the community of course.
Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Obama Details Immigration Executive Actions, GOP Considers Lawsuit
From a Republican point of view, the only worse thing Obama could have done is to kick all the illegals out of the country and empty the low-wage job sector in a heartbeat, forcing the Owners to raise wages.
And in the interests of Full Disclosure here, I’m in favor of eliminating the born-here/citizen-here rule (instead requiring both parents to be citizens in order to be awarded birth citizenship) and I’m also in favor of sending back illegal immigrants.
Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Journalist Targeted By Uber Increases Security, Senator Franken Demands Answers From Uber CEO
This is what woke up Al Frankens mummified corpse?
And what does everybody expect these elitists to do? Sit on their money? Of course they’re going to ignore common decency and law after consuming too many Red Bulls in one sitting. Its in their DNA.
Time we stamped out that strain.
Why do you think they called it the Freedom Act? To gull the rubes once again.
Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Officials in Ferguson Prepare for Darren Wilson Verdict
A slight modification eCAHN
Fergusonians must be taught a lesson for peaceful protest.
Lower-case americans must be taught a lesson. Tough love.
Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Rahm Emanuel Facing Questions Over Campaign Donations From Pension Fund Managers
Did Rahmbo break the law?
Here’s an easier question.
When DIDN’T Rahmbo break the law.
If I was the guy slapped around, I’d take the settlement money and drive down to a gun show in Virginia.
For people like Obama, appearance is everything, truth is for losers.
The truth can be found here…
Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Groups In Egypt And Libya Pledge Allegiance To ISIS
The Obvious – like don’t drive on a mountain road at night without headlights, don’t jump out of an airplane without a parachute and don’t tug on Supermans cape.
1. Get the hell out. Now.
2. Let ‘em fight it out amongst themselves.
Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Saban And Adelson Discuss 2016 Election And Ensuring US Support For Israel
Another topic that came up for debate was Saban and Adelson agreeing that the US media was, for the most part, biased against Israel.
God, I almost choked on my hummus on that one! Its as far off the mark as the NRA saying they don’t have any good press while carefully ignoring the fact that almost every single movie and tv show glorifies guns 24/7 and brainwashes our citizens into zombies packing magnums.
In America, Fear = Freedom.
Shutterbuggery commented on the blog post Whistleblower Details JPMorgan Mortgage Market Crimes, Justice Department Covering Them Up
Wake me up when something new happens.
Here’s Alexanders “reasoning”…
Yep, I took an oath to God and Country. I’m gonna do my duty. I’m gonna save the country from those rotten domestic terrorists. And maybe I’ll make a little money on the side too :-) Why not? I’m a patriot and I can do no wrong. And, man, you should see those video’s I scooped up the other day off Senator __________’s home computer! Whoopeee!! We’re havin’ a riot here in the office watching THEM!
Big Al, the suckers fell for the illusion of democracy one more time. The OnePercenters figured out this game a long time ago. The best part is how they decided to keep the illusion of a vote that actually might accomplish something instead of just taking direct power in a coup. A country full of saps in voting booths in some unimportant area, deluded into thinking that their input has any meaning whatsoever is a beautiful scam. The candidates are hand-picked, hand-fed, brain-dead and bought off long before that sap in the voting booth punches his chad. Hilarious, actually, that people keep falling for the same old trick. As if the rich and powerful would ever allow reality-tv addicted morons to make any decisions about anything important.
Put yourself in the shoes of the 1%… what would your goals be? Sharing power? I don’t think so. Giving up some of your hard-stolen money? I don’t think so. Trying to game every system you run across? Yep.
More likely you’d use a pittance of your money to buffalo the suckers, bleed ‘em dry, cast out the husks and let ‘em rot. Thinking as if you were a typical amoral member of the 1% makes understanding how they set their goals and achieve them a lot easier to grasp.
Because the people least likely to support it were among the people who showed up at the polls, and even they overwhelmingly passed it
Old people, limited incomes, social security.. your typical older voter… hey, even with our addled old worn out brains we can see that nobody can make it on seven bucks an hour.
The two party representative system of government simply sucks
Ya get what ya pay for.
I urge all american immediately go to their polling place and vote.
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