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  1. 10 points
    I am a huge sports fan. Played in High School, coached high school ball through college, have my man cave done in Ohio State colors. And I am done with pro sports. The NFL lost me a couple of years ago with the kneeing, but when it more or less went away I came back. This year, I am so done I refuse to even play fantasy football if they have a season. These athletes are forgetting their time on the field is us paying for them to entertain us, not for them to make political statements on our time and dollars to make them feel better about their multi-million dollar lives before they leave the stadiums in their $100,000 cars and drive home to their gated communities wearing their Nike endorsed products made by Chinese slave labor who could teach them a thing or two about real oppression.
  2. 9 points
    I saw a post saying it’s only because the meeting left a bad taste in her mouth
  3. 9 points
    You so missed your calling in life. You should have been a ditch digger with your ability to dig deep holes.
  4. 9 points
  5. 9 points
    A couple of things. Richard Rose served in Iraq and Afghanistan. There is no mention of any wounds or injuries that he might have sustained. Most people who die from Wuhan flu do so because it complicates pre-existing conditions. Especially any pulmonary ones such as asthma or lung damage from inhaling diesel fuel after being hit by an IED. Second, he came to his conclusion and made his decision. He passed away a free man. Isn't that what the left is always saying? "My body, my choice"? Complete strangers piling on a corpse with "I told you so"? Is that the lesson here? This isn't a cautionary tale. It's another morality fail.
  6. 8 points
    It doesn't. Fortunately the government and state governments have existing unemployment programs. As much as my wife enjoyed making more money on unemployment when she was off work with COVID than she would have made working, that should never have been an option. Being off work should not be a pay raise, but for many Americans that's what that $600 amounted to. You're not going to get people to go back to work if they continue making better money sitting at home. It doesn't help that many aren't spending that $600 wisely. The food bank that my parents volunteer at is having problems giving food away. No one wants it because they got their free government money, and instead of spending it on rent and continuing to get the free food, they blow it since rent's deferred. Eventually that bill will come due and they'll be evicted and their landlord may end up foreclosed on. Personally I don't think he should have done this even. I'm not a fan of executive orders. He should be vocally putting blame where it belongs - on Congress. The Democrats have been very vocal that they have zero interest in compromise and they're willing to let Americans suffer.
  7. 8 points
    Well, Ms. Whiney, I appreciate you being so open about being a racist and a bigot. I also admire your boldness in publicly owning your own monumental hypocrisy by lecturing others about the unfairness and unacceptability of racism while yours is in full plumage. I can remember waaaaaay back in the day when I did tune in and watch her show on the reruns overnight and she would do shows about sexual abuse and talk about being sexually abused by a family member and becoming pregnant and that she delivered the child but that it did not survive. I also remember how she talked about getting her start as a reporter at a local affiliate station, and if I am not mistaken, the person who gave her her big break was a man who saw her potential, and he happened to be white. She's gotten hard knocks from all sorts of people through her early years, i'm sure, JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE, but apparently the more money you have in your bank account, the more you're entitled to lecture everybody else with your revenue based expertise. And, not to put too fine a point on it, Ms. Whiney, as your hero and messiah Ovomit said so famously, YOU didn't build your billion dollar empire, OTHER PEOPLE did that, and a lot of those folks were the same white people you're now insulting. What a crass act you are, Ms. Whiney.
  8. 8 points
    In other news, Joe Biden still refuses to be seen in public without a teleprompter, prompting the news media to attack Trump with renewed gusto. Assigned with the task of distracting voters from Biden's tendency to speak in tongues lately, their job is getting extremely difficult...
  9. 8 points
    Had he stopped at civil rights leader and not morphed into a racemonger, I believe people's.opinion would be different. As for civility in grace, those are the first to go in a war. And make no mistake, we are in a Civil War vs The Left, who has not possessed either civility or grace since I first started getting interested in politics, which was the Reagan era. Indeed, in all of the hundreds of posts illustrating such over the years that you have been a member here, I'm hard pressed to remember much (if any) pushback or criticism of it when the source is a democrat.
  10. 8 points
    In a related story, NBC announced that Dale Earnhardt Sr. was casting his vote for Biden in the upcoming election...
  11. 7 points
  12. 7 points
  13. 7 points
    They can go and get a damn job And make sure to vote out the demcoRATs that are holding them under house arrest.
  14. 7 points
    Every single person whose skin color qualifies them for Affirmative Action has a very significant privilege I've never had. Every single person whose skin color qualifies them for Hiring Quota advantages has a very significant privilege I've never had. Every single person whose skin color automatically guarantees the whole damn country will protest and riot and scream about "injustice" if they get exactly what they deserve while deliberately committing a violent crime has a very significant privilege I've never had. I'm so sick and F'ing tired of hearing about "white privilege" from whiny crybabies whose very skin color qualifies them for privileges and advantages nobody has ever given to me.
  15. 7 points
  16. 7 points
    I don’t consider BLM to be a black thing anymore. Too many pasty-white, booger eating, sh!t-head communists involved now.
  17. 7 points
  18. 7 points
  19. 7 points
    I do wish that they’d quit calling these thugs “protesters”. They are not protesting anything.
  20. 7 points
    The shooter should have determined whether or not the victim had a chambered round in his rifle first! *DERP!*
  21. 7 points
  22. 7 points
    It’s how it’s used that’s racist. The mayor intended it as a racist insult. I know it. But you can’t understand, you’re not white.
  23. 6 points
  24. 6 points
    Hmmm, if I remember right, didn't McD corp. contribute to BLM? Money well spent, don't you think? On another note, if Habitat For Humanity is a charity, where does it get the money to donate to BLM?
  25. 6 points
    The children were not the only ones sick. The looters are much sicker... in the head.
  26. 6 points
  27. 6 points
    americanthinker.com Masks as magical thinking By Jeffrey Ricker August 5, 2020 Excerpt: The history of mankind is, for the most part, that of ignorant pagans dutifully agreeing with whatever a group of priests told them was true. The priests would attribute divine wisdom and power to a force of nature and claim to speak for it. "The rain god is angry," the priests would admonish the people, "so give us the crops you grew." The people would nod their heads knowingly and obey. When plague strikes, the people were particularly attentive to their priests to hear how to please the gods and avoid death. The 21st century is not different. Today, however, they call their priests "scientists" and one of their gods "government." The priests/scientists have stated that we have been greedy and created too much carbon dioxide. To save ourselves from the plague, the gods/government command that we wear a mask. The common man claims to believe in science. In reality, he believes in scientists. There is a very big difference. If he believed in science, then he would critically weigh the theories and conclusions presented to him against a body of producible facts and repeatable experiments. The common man does not do this. He simply takes the words of the priest/scientists as truth, especially when the words are blessed by the gods/government. Science is not ignorant superstition, but the common man's belief in science is. Believe I am wrong? Ask someone to explain the scientific principle. The majority will not be able. For those who do know the scientific principle, ask them if and how they applied it to the matter at hand. You will get a great deal of sputtering and righteous indignation. They heard it on the news or read it on the internet. "Everyone knows it's true," they will declare to you with religious certainty. "The scientists all agree." Believing in science does not mean accepting anything a scientist says. Quite the opposite. The scientific principle means being skeptical. A scientist has to prove that he is correct. By the way, and this is important, computer models are not proof. Excerpt: There is no scientific proof that the general population wearing cloth masks in public, with no training in how to properly clean and handle such masks, has in any way decreased, let alone prevented, the spread of the Wuhan virus. I defy anyone to prove me wrong. More importantly, I defy anyone who is so adamant that people wear masks for safety to tell me he reviewed any such proof before they became so adamant. I have seen articles quoting scientists and doctors. I have heard anecdotal evidence. I have heard logical arguments for a policy of public masks and against it. I have read scientific papers that show correlation by country between public mask policies and lower infection rates. I have read papers that show no such correlation. I also know that correlation is not the same as causation. What I have not seen is proof. The common man's zealotry for masks does not come from rigorous scientific analysis. Instead, it comes from baser forces. For the most part, it seems to come from a sincere desire to do what is right. For a subset, it comes from a desire to feel better about himself by doing something he believes is right or important. For an even smaller subset, it is about being perceived by others as a better person. The English word for the latter is "sanctimonious," or in the vernacular, "Karen." The common man's belief that masks are effective is based in magical thinking. More specifically, it is cargo cult thinking. "Cargo cult" is a term used to describe the behavior anthropologists observed in Polynesia after the Second World War. The natives called all the manufactured goods the Americans brought "cargo." The cargo came on planes. When the Americans abruptly left the islands, the natives mimicked the behavior of the ground crews on the runway in the belief that their actions would magically make the airplanes come back with more cargo. The common man has seen doctors and nurses. He has seen that doctors and nurses wear masks when working with patients. What he has not seen is the training and discipline that doctors and nurses apply to those masks to assure that they are sterile and thereby effective. The common man is wearing the same dirty mask in public for days, touching it and adjusting it with his unsterilized hands and laying it on the counter or shoving it in his pocket when he is done. He might as well climb into a tree and wave palm leaves to have planes bring him cola and chocolate. Everyone is entitled to his own personal beliefs. I only ask that people be self-aware enough to distinguish between a personal belief and scientific fact. If I am about to fall off a ledge, by all means, lecture me on the law of gravity. On the other hand, if I am about to walk down the sidewalk without a mask, please keep your personal beliefs to yourself. The Rest Here:https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/08/masks_as_magical_thinking.html?utm_source=vuukle&utm_medium=newsfeed
  28. 6 points
  29. 6 points
    You might get peed on by a certain Russian_immigrant...
  30. 6 points
    And since masks work so well, let's all wear masks on November 3rd and go to the polls and vote....
  31. 6 points
    I've watched 8 minutes of the video and am looking for the rest. A few things do stand out: 1) The narrative that Floyd was compliant is an outright lie. He did not comply with anything the officers said or had him do. Literally nothing. 2) Floyd was actively resisting arrest throughout the encounter. 3) Floyd appeared to be having some sort of mental health crisis or was on some sort of drugs or a combination of the two. One woman they spoke to who I think was a passenger in his car said he had mental problems about the police and had been shot in the past. He (not that he can be trusted) also claimed to have claustrophobia and another issue. 4) Floyd engaged in the wildly common (in the last 5 years or so) tactic of crying wolf by screaming "I can't breathe" throughout the encounter. When he finally did start to have breathing problems, they didn't believe him. I said before all of this was known that charging Chauvin with murder was a mistake. I'm now positive that's the case. The force used up until the end was appropriate and necessary. Kneeling on him in the fashion that he did was not appropriate. They probably didn't need to get him back out of the cruiser until EMS arrived. At best this is manslaughter. Most realistically it is negligent homicide related to a failure to render appropriate aid at the end, and the death was caused not by the kneeling but by excited delirium. The two rookies probably should not have been charged. They voiced their concerns and their training officer told them they were wrong. Based on all of what happened, it is reasonable to believe that someone with zero experience would trust the person with greater experience. The fourth officer is likely the most innocent of them all. He spent nearly the entire time with his back to the encounter and fully occupied with dealing with the crowd. There is no way he would have observed what was going on to a degree where he'd be able to act with knowledge. The city is in a tough spot. They overcharged all of the men in order to please the mob. If they don't reduce the charges to something that's actually appropriate and winnable, all four will walk away and the city will burn. If they don't dismiss the charges on at least the fourth officer entirely, they'll end up having to pay him millions.
  32. 6 points
    Dollars to donuts says that this guy will never admit he had it all wrong from the start. Neville Chamberlain saw what he believed. Winston Churchill believed what he saw. There's a big difference.
  33. 6 points
    Well, aw, gee, I hope there's not to much of a waiting period in Seattle. And a vague memory stirs of an old saying that has something to do with "making one's bed and lying in it". I'd fully support an injunction prohibiting him from moving out of Seattle for, say, the next 5 years or so.
  34. 6 points
    First of all, you are not Constitutional carrying a weapon at a protest. Then attacking a person by banging on their vehicle WHILE ARMED will probably get you shot. You come banging on my vehicle you may end up flat. I have no idea what your intent is. We have seen these "antifa" thugs shoot and kill a driver for simply being in a crowd. Time to stop this crap. You want to protest? That's fine, get the permit, and stay where the permit tells you to stay. We had our protest here, no one blocked traffic and no one was hurt OR arrested. It was respectful, peaceful and done right. Notice the inflammatory headline from the media. "Protestor" was shot. Not Protestor ARMED WITH AK-47 who struck a drivers vehicle. Oh no that would be too descriptive. Just go with dude walking down the street got capped by Trump supporter.
  35. 6 points
  36. 6 points
    exactly what the dems wanted. They couldn't have a good ecconomy going into the elections.Trump will get the blame just as they and the media want. Mark
  37. 6 points
    As intended. Create fear then capitalize on that fear by having people beg for government control. This is how marxism takes hold.
  38. 6 points
    This is exactly what the leftwing loonies wanted - to destroy sports because sports fans are also generally patriotic. The morons in pro sports who think this crap is worth losing hundreds of millions of dollars or who didn't have the backbone to stand up for what they believe is right and instead caved to pressure have ruined it for everyone.
  39. 6 points
    Baseball has been dead for years. I quit caring after the last major strike/lockout. Neither the owners nor the players gave a damn about the fans, so the hell with them. The NFL has lost me as well -- TWO ANTHEMS? Kaepernick will be remembered as the person who destroyed the NFL. Sport is supposed to be a diversion - not a lecture.
  40. 6 points
    Well, now that it's patriotic to wear a mask, I expect the Democrats/Left to abolish masks and claim they are just another form of systemic oppression/racism.
  41. 6 points
    Cut/Paste Funny how fear mongers only post anecdotal cases and ignore the big picture and the science. Apparently we are to ignore the actual number of people who have died as a direct result of the virus, which last I checked, was around 42k - to put that in perspective, a bad flu season is 80k deaths. We're also apparently supposed to ignore that the death rate continues to decline, that the virus is NOT novel which means there was already some immunity among the populace, and that masks do NOTHING to prevent the spread of the virus nor stop anyone from catching it. We're also apparently supposed to ignore all the false reporting and magical "re-classification" of deaths as "covid related" when NO tests were even conducted to warrant any such reclassification. Well, morons who want to believe this virus is any more harmful than the flu are willfully clueless, and if they expect other people to follow their stupidity, they can go pound sand!
  42. 6 points
    Says a blatant liar. Sorry there is nothing lying about what he stated, just your perspective of lies with which you operate from. Is it a lie to say the most dangerous thing for a young black man is meeting with another young black man? Not a lie. Statistically proven they kill each other at a higher rate than all other things. But you will call me a racist for making that observation.
  43. 6 points
    It's like the 'n-word'. Y'all can say it, and that's ok, but we can't, because it's racist. Same thing
  44. 6 points
    Don't bag on Ted. When he and Georgette wanted to adopt a child Ted had all the electrical outlets moved from near the floor to near the ceiling. His heart was in the right place.
  45. 6 points
  46. 5 points
    The best part is that her description fits Biden more than Trump. Only a dangerous narcissist piece of trash would sit there and brag about his active corruption to save his son's phony job in the Ukraine situation. Really, the hysterics are so over the top, the poor thing has become a joke. Absolutely CRAAAZY.
  47. 5 points
    Townhall Wayne Allyn Root Posted: Aug 02, 2020 12:01 AM The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of Townhall.com. Excerpt: I recently watched a documentary about how the U.S. government finally took down the mob (aka the Mafia). For decades, the U.S. government failed miserably. Why? Because it could only catch low-level "soldiers" in the act of a crime but never the mob boss (aka The Don). But something changed in the late 1980s. The government applied the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, or RICO Act, to the Mafia. It proved the mob acted as a "family." And when the head of the family gave an order, he was as guilty as the "soldier" who carried it out. This allowed the government to destroy the Mafia. Suddenly, a light bulb went off. I realized this is exactly how to indict, convict and send former President Barack Obama to prison. I believe Obama is the biggest criminal in the history of the United States. RICO is how we get Don Obama. He was the head of a family just like the Mafia. Call it the Obama Crime Family. Attorney General William Barr and U.S. Attorney Durham are playing in the minor leagues. They are going after the "soldiers" of the Obama criminal family. But they should be targeting the head of the snake: Obama. He gave all the orders. He oversaw and coordinated all the crime, extortion, theft, fraud and lies. And, of course, the biggest crime of all: spying. Some might call that treason. It was all Obama. Just like in New York in the 1980s, it was all Paul Castellano and John Gotti of the Gambino family. The only difference is the crimes and audacity of Obama make the Gambinos look like Boy Scouts. Trust me, the Mafia has nothing on Obama. Let's compare the crimes of Obama vs. the Gambinos'. Don Obama targeted, hunted, demonized, intimidated and punished his best customers (business owners and high-income taxpayers). Obama's weapons of choice were the highest taxes and the most regulations in U.S. history. Even the Mafia treats its best customers better than this! Unfortunately, we can't indict Obama over that. But Obama's IRS crimes are a different story. Obama had his own personal government-sanctioned hit squad. Obama's IRS thugs went after tea partiers, conservatives and groups that believed in the U.S. Constitution. Even the Mafia had more respect for the Constitution than Obama's government gang. Obama's IRS thugs went after Christian charities, Catholic professors and pro-life groups. It even went after Reverend Billy Graham. The Mafia had more respect for the church than the Obama Crime Family. A St. Louis anchorman who dared to ask tough questions of Obama said Obama's IRS was sent to intimidate him. Even the Mafia knows never to touch the media. Obama's IRS targeted pro-Israel groups. Even the greatest gangsters of all-time -- Meyer Lansky and Bugsy Siegel -- were always friends of Israel. Don Obama had the IRS audit Republican donors, thereby crippling his political opposition. Even the Gambinos never figured out how to use the law to bankrupt the other Mafia families. And, of course, Obama used the IRS to go after me personally. I was Obama's college classmate at Columbia University, class of '83. My criticisms of Obama on Fox News obviously struck a chord. He clearly ordered the IRS to destroy my life. That's how I know Obama personally ordered "the hit" on President Donald Trump. He certainly hated Trump far more than me. Trump questioned his birth, his U.S. citizenship. Obama was out for blood. *snip* Full Article
  48. 5 points
    Aaaaand here it comes, the vaccine will be defective and cause the zombie apocalypse. Practicing my head shots right now in preparation.
  49. 5 points
    100% wrong there, Adam. According to the CDC (if they can be trusted), deaths involving covid19 excluding influenza is currently sitting at 55,244. The number you're recklessly parroting are "covid related" deaths which is a wholly fabricated number that includes deaths caused by motorcycle accidents, shootings, "re-classified" deaths where no testing whatsoever was done, and undiagnosed causes. And a few years ago, 80,000 Americans died from the flu. So while covid19 exists, it's NO WORSE than the flu and all the fear mongering by the media and the politicians is COMPLETELY unwarranted and aimed towards controlling the populace and preventing Trump's re-election. That's it. End of story.
  50. 5 points
    A race-baiter and race-monger . . . a member of one of the most conspicuously racist government entities, the "Congressional Black Caucus" . . . one of the loudest and most consistent voices calling for the impeachment of our duly-elected president without ANY honest reason thereto . . . repeatedly lied that Trump was "racist" and "divisive" and so forth, while actually being one of the most racist and divisive people in politics . . . Yeah, he did some good stuff decades ago. Good for him. Doesn't excuse all the sh*tty stuff he's done since then.
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