For decades now, the mob have been subjected to the old "good cop/bad cop" routine. Political labels like left wing, right wing, conservative, liberal, progressive, no label, etc., have all taken on such an air of deceit that there is only confusion. The mob can not draw any accurate, precise meaning from political labels. It takes too much time and effort for most of the mob to actually study the voting records and past associations of the politicians.
The "ruling class" are doing a superb job of holding the mob under control while the fleecing continues.
There are probably four categories of people in the mob that the "ruling class" recognizes, for management purposes, of course. Those categories seem to be wolves, sheep, judas goats, and scapegoats...
Oh yeah, there seems to be another category who might be identified as sheepdogs. The "ruling class" are always watching for these sheepdogs and the mob looks for them, too. Sheepdogs believe in the rule of law, the U.S. Constitution, customs and traditions, right and wrong, mom and apple pie...
Sheepdogs are always in danger... How many sheepdogs are there? Who are the sheepdogs ???
Certainly not RINOs like Boehner or DINOs like Pelosi... and not a lot of the mob.
Some of whom are sheepdogs will be trying to overcome the old "political ground holding" phase of the subversive political game. RINOs, DINOs, et al, have always been real good at "holding political ground." Will the mob continue to hold still so the fleecing can go on ??? Or maybe, this time, will the mob support the sheepdogs instead of betraying them through inaction and treachery ???
"...Mr. Boehner now finds himself master of a Republican majority created by a group of newcomers whose hallmark is a restless cry for action. On issues from cutting spending to raising the government's debt ceiling, Mr. Boehner's burden will be letting his freshmen members vent while keeping the House on track. ..." Dennis
Having been a drill sergeant in the Army, I was the instructor for one of the most boring classes of all. First aid and the various types of mosquitoes. Very important subject because it was during the
I had a friend who served in the submarine service. He was stationed on a nuclear sub and every time they went out he spent six months under water. They had lots of books and magazine to read and even 1st run movies to watch. However, after a time things got pretty boring for them. They would look for things to do. He was telling me one time they had a FART contest or say passing the gas contest. They had a tape recorder setup so whenever you had the urge. When he was telling me the story I was laughing so hard I could hardly handle it. Leave it up to the men in service.
Welcome back, I hope you have a great 2011.
In regards to the Navy discussion.
What jumps out to me is hypocrisy from the PC crowd. Case and point:
Charlie Rangel, a democrat can do wrong for 30 years and we can't get rid of him and he will not leave on his own.
Bill Clinton can get oral favors from under a desk, and we can't get rid of him and he doesn't leave on his own.
A republican can get in trouble and he leaves, or his own party throws him out.\
This Navy man is doing his job and having some humor, and he has to go!
I can't figure it out.
Bill: I am nonplussed that you and Frank Solidas (correct: Zilaitis) were suggesting on this morning’s show that Obama is somehow trying to help this country.
The man is a Statist, a Communist, and, at best, a sympathizer of Muslim terrorists.
You are starting to sound like Bill O’Reilly, straddling both sides of the fence. My sense is, you are concerned about FCC licensing and are starting a tilt to the left.
Obviously, you are entitled to your views, but a pox on your house for supporting Obama.
Your brother's gun store adventure serves to remind us that, since most of our legislators come from the legal domain, much of the legislation they pass serves to primarily benefit their profession by keeping more of them employed. Our Dear Lord Jesus brilliantly stated what is readily apparent to any who would ponder the issue: "... Woe unto you also, [ye] lawyers! for ye lade men with burdens grievous to be borne, and ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of your fingers." Luke 11:46
In deference to sparing his self-esteem, better not let Frank read this. God Bless, Skip
You sort of hit it with the rifle purchase. We are becoming a nation
governed by edict, not law. Add to that, too damn many lawyers
writing too damn many laws for too damn many lawyers. I was just in a
short debate on FNS about regulations. Nowhere in our Constitution is
there any provision allowing the Congress to delegate law writing
power to the executive. If it has the force of law, it is law.
and getting even more seditious, Pat
HERE IS A GREAT EMAIL from one of our
I check a couple of Beaches during the cold weather - and there was not one person located near our life guards. Please review the photo from Florida Today (click link). Please explain to me how any rational person could conclude that this is NOT a waste of taxpayer funds. This has been the coldest December on record - and we are paying full time life guards to bundle in winter clothing. I do not even believe they could respond to a victim (read hypothermia) in the clothing they are wearing. I do not believe ski jackets were made for ocean rescue. This is why the Taxpayers think we are all out of touch. Please advise on how you plan to adress this in the budget. I would be more than happy to discuss under my reports on January 11th if you have no feedback!
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Happy New Year Bill, hope you enjoyed your week off with family and friends!
I had to answer other to the question on your website. My top concern for 2011 (and was for 2010) is border security and illegal (criminals) in our country. First of all I believe in LEGAL IMMIGRATION as most people and other countries abide with, but without proper border security and control of illegals it affects every item on your list. !. Economy – a drain on our economy with 22 million ilegals taking from all of tax dollars and with unemployment rate so high, don’t tell me they are doing jobs legal citizen’s would not do.
2. Terrorism – what an easier way to get into any country as an unsecured border.
3. Family – yep it affects our families too!
4. Taxes – sure let’s dump more money to support “illegals”
5. Employment - see answer 1 (economy)
6. War – It is a war along the border with drug cartels and our limited border patrols
7. Freedom -
Why can’t we control our borders as all other countries do?
I can only imagine what the people who live in
Could you imagine what would happen if they ever got a “Lake Effect” class blizzard: 48” of snow overnight with hurricane force winds.
So much for “Global Warming” J
It will take congress to change the UCMJ.
On 30 June 1775, the Second Continental Congress established 69 Articles of War to govern the conduct of the Continental Army.
Effective upon its ratification in 1789, Article I, Section 8 of the United States Constitution provided that Congress has the power to regulate the land and naval forces. On 10 April 1806, the United States Congress enacted 101 Articles of War (which applied to both the Army and the Navy), which were not significantly revised until over a century later. The military justice system continued to operate under the Articles of War until 31 May 1951, when the Uniform Code of Military Justice went into effect.
The UCMJ was passed by Congress on 5 May 1950, signed into law by President Harry S. Truman, and became effective on 31 May 1951. The word Uniform in the Code's title refers to the congressional intent to make military justice uniform or consistent among the armed services.
The current version of the UCMJ is printed in the latest edition of the Manual for Courts-Martial (2008), incorporating changes made by the President (executive orders) and National Defense Authorization Acts of 2006 and 2007.
Merry Christmas to you and yours Bill. Thank you for being a consistent voice for conservativism here in Brevard.
I apologize I am unable to call. Just a bit of levity about DADT...levity can also speak volumes to an issue:
Some military terms will most likely be eliminated from our troop's vocabulary...due to change in meaning:
1. I got your Back
2. Never leave your friends behind
3. Poop Deck
4. I'm on top of it
5. I'll cover you
6. gang showers
7. Watch my back (not much different than #1, but the reply now may be..."Oh, I am"
8. Fire in the Hole
I am sure you can come up with many many more :-)
Again, Merry Christmas!!
That acronym is beautiful. Only one problem. It shows a big weakness
inside our dear government. They do so want to control us but they
have no control over themselves.
seditiously yours, Pat