Hey you little faggot bitch - How does Obama's little weenie taste to you? As is well known, all Leftists men are bisexuals or full blown queers like you. SPIT!
Thursday, July 28, 2016
...and just when you think the Left can't do anything more stupid than the last thing they did - they up and fool you. This from Seattle, the most Leftist big city in the country.
New "Reparations" Website Asks Whites to Pay Black People's Rent to Relieve Their Guilt » Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!
Self-loathing whites offer to clean for, massage & be shouted at by blacks to atone for slavery.
It look like the bad Democrap Convention week keeps getting worse for the gruesome twosome and their communist party.
Drudge headlines and links this morning:
WIKILEAKS releases hacked DNC voicemails...
29 mp3 files of calls...
WIKILEAKS releases hacked DNC voicemails...
29 mp3 files of calls...
*AND $20 TRILLION IN DEBT
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Obama vows to impose the U.N. "Small Arms Treaty" on law-abiding gun owners. Senator Rand Paul issues a bold response.
What else did whites expect from racist blacks? LMAO!
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
The Russian blogburst continues... Why would so many Russians be interested in my little out-of-way pro-American Blog?
"Something is happening here, what it is ain't exactly clear..."
Lone Wolf (Pack) Islamic terrorists - who have nothing to do with Islam - even though they say they are devout Muslims - have beheaded a priest - who is a Christian - and belongs to the religion of "hate, racism and slavery" according to the USA Democrat Party.
Priest ‘beheaded’ by two knife attackers who take nuns and ‘several’ worshippers prisoners before being shot dead in French church
A PRIEST has reportedly been beheaded after two knife-wielding men took two nuns and several worshippers hostage at a church in northern France. Both ‘bearded’ attackers have been shot …
World War III
The run up.
The run up.
The Nato-Russia thing may be a case of dueling psyops, an orchestrated distraction, a string of poor decisions, sabre rattling for effect—or something we'll look back on as "how could they not see the war coming?" It may be we're not paranoid enough. There are some ominous things going on and, if you'll recall, the Franco-Prussian War and World War I started in late July, World War II started in September. Keep an eye. Watch Poland especially, they've been equipping citizen militias like crazy and integrating their regular forces with Germany's. If all this isn't scary enough, recently released Warsaw Pact documents reveal their opening move was nuclear strikes on European targets. Jes sayin'.
More free stuff on the Woodpile...Pan Am Post - Muchacho reported that in Venezuela, it is a “painful reality” that people “hunt cats, dogs and pigeons” to ease their hunger. The population’s desperation has begun to show, with looting and robberies for food increasing all the time. Six Venezuelan military officials were arrested for stealing goats to ease their hunger.
Monday, July 25, 2016
Russia: "So sorry, please!"
Sunday, July 24, 2016
Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore was more than disappointed with Hillary Clinton’s selection of Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) as her running mate, predicting Kaine would not excite the liberal base to go to the polls.
Show me one voter gained by naming Tim Kaine. Att'n Hillary campaign: It's not Trump who'll beat u. It's the people who are going to stay home
Hillary Clinton may have selected Sen. Tim Kaine (R-VA) as her running mate to help her appeal to blue-collar men, but her selection only reinforces her biggest weaknesses with voters.
In an election cycle in which voters are revolting against career politicians like Clinton who play by a different set of rules and are associated with cronyism and corruption, Kaine is none other than a lifelong politician who accepted lavish gifts while he was Virginia’s governor and lieutenant governor.
Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large and Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer’s made waves—and will continue to do so—by thoroughly documenting the cronyism and corruption associated with Clinton Foundation donations made—and speaking fees to Bill Clinton—during her tenure as Secretary of State.
Clinton’s corruption will be highlighted even more as voters discover some of the gifts Kaine had no problem accepting while holding public office.
Team of Grifters: Tim Kaine Reinforces ‘Crooked’ Hillary’s Weaknesses on Cronyism, Corruption - Breitbart
Jane Fonda? That traitor-bitch-whore is still alive? I hope she dies soon, so I can go piss on her grave.
Actress Jane Fonda spent some of her early years visiting Vietnam when we were at war with that country. She even took a victory lap at the concentration camp where young American soldiers were held captive and tortured, and she excoriated the U.S. for trying to keep South Vietnam from being overrun by the communist North, while she praised the communist captors for their great victories.
I WANT BUTTER ON MY POPCORN OR ELSE!
You know things are bad when even the socialists are fed up with having to support the Muslim freeloaders. It seems that immigration policies of France, are seriously…
Saturday, July 23, 2016
Donald Trump’s RNC address could mark the start of an American revival
By Michael Goodwin
Donald Trump needed to give the speech of his life. He did that, and much more. He laid out an inspiring American Manifesto for our troubled times.
And he did it his way.
Not surprisingly, from start to finish, it is muscular and bold, leavened only by appeals to racial harmony and pledges of compassion for all. It offers a prominent nod to Bernie Sanders’ supporters in a bid to get some to jump the Democratic ship.
Most important, it keeps faith with his campaign themes of putting forgotten Americans first. In contrasting his view with his opponent’s, the Republican nominee put it this way: “Americanism, not globalism, will be our credo.”
And “I am your voice.”
And then this: “There can be no prosperity without law and order.”
On paper, the speech is powerful, and it was delivered with all the might Trump could muster. Passionate and occasionally strident, then mellow and playful, he revealed a full Trump Doctrine that weaves together what has often seemed random threads and instincts into a more coherent vision.
He would unleash America’s energy production, use trade deals to help blue-collar workers and fix the broken immigration system so that cheap labor doesn’t undercut wages and overwhelm our social safety net.
He would ensure public safety, rebuild the military and destroy global terrorism. And he forcefully and repeatedly cemented the image of the GOP as the pro-police party, a strong contrast with Democrats, who are recklessly becoming the anti-police party.
Trump laid out such a huge undertaking, sweeping in its goals and potential impacts, that achieving even half of it would lead to an economic revival and end the nation’s crisis of confidence. If he focused on just what he outlined last night, and he should, Trump would be a very busy man every minute for the next four years.
In that context, he addressed the inevitable sense that little change can come in a nation so polarized and gridlocked by reminding the raucous convention that he wasn’t even supposed to be standing before them. And in a line that captured his remarkable attack on the political status quo, he said, “The politicians have talked about this for years, but I’m going to do it.”
There is, at this point, no reason to believe he doesn’t mean every word of it. Whatever his past habits and lifestyle, whatever caricature he has been reduced to, the seriousness of his purpose is no longer in doubt. He is a man on a mission.
As befits an acceptance speech, the promises flowed like water, yet the important things stand out. This one, from his prepared remarks, was especially powerful: “On January 20th of 2017, the day after I take the oath of office, Americans will finally wake up in a country where the laws of the United States are enforced.”
He was blistering on Hillary Clinton, saying her legacy as secretary of state was “death, destruction, terrorism and weakness.” Nor did he spare President Obama, accusing him of using “the pulpit of the presidency to divide us by race and color” and saying he “has made America a more dangerous environment for everyone.”
Trump then added: “This administration has failed America’s inner cities. It’s failed them on education. It’s failed them on jobs. It’s failed them on crime. It’s failed them at every level.”
The stirring speech saved what had been a mediocre convention, with sloppy mistakes leading to distracting controversies and fueling fears that Trump and his team still are not ready for prime time. Delegates were not so much divided as dispirited over the prospect that the party would once again lose a very winnable race.
Especially with the well-oiled and well-funded Clinton machine revving up its engines with attack ads and with her message amplified by the left-wing media echo chamber, Trumpsters suddenly faced an enthusiasm gap. Rows of empty seats in the Quicken Loans Arena seemed symbolic of sagging hopes.
A turning point might have come Wednesday night, during the booing of rival Ted Cruz for refusing to endorse Trump. What started with restlessness from the New York delegation quickly spread, and by the time he slinked off the stage, Cruz suffered a stunning and unanimous rebuke.
That rare moment of genuine unity, followed by Mike Pence’s workmanlike acceptance speech as the VP nominee, set the stage for the finale. Indeed, no matter what had come before, it was always going to be up to Trump himself. He’s the nominee and the whole venture rises or falls on his performance.
It now rises. He delivered a stemwinder for the ages.
If he wins, and can deliver on his vision, remember this speech. Like Ronald Reagan’s in 1976, Trump’s 2016 address could mark the start of a desperately needed American revival. As he said near the end, “America is back.”
Imagine that — and pray he is right.