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October 17, 2008

Open Thread

Fed up with Obamunist brownshirts, compliments of J.

Posted by Van Helsing at October 17, 2008 11:44 AM


Michelle on African Americans states that "some African Americans were against her husband, but that this group of blacks were simply doing so because of envy."

Posted by: mandy at October 17, 2008 11:51 AM

Just put a few Claymore's around the sign. Clearly marked with proper signage of course.

Posted by: Anonymous at October 17, 2008 12:02 PM

This is the correct and appropriate response to these thugs.

"Would you really shoot someone over a sign?"

That's not the point. The point is trespass, vandalism, and willful destruction of private property - whether it's a sign, car, boat, house, whatever.

So in other words: Yes, I would.

Posted by: Naqamel at October 17, 2008 12:08 PM

And then there's THIS:

Obama Supporter Assaults Female McCain Volunteer in New York

Posted by: Kathleen at October 17, 2008 12:16 PM

Someone knows his Bill or Rights.

Posted by: ToddK at October 17, 2008 12:19 PM

Shoot them with a paintball gun - stings like a mother-f-er.

Better yet dig a pit in front of the sign covered with sticks and leaves - and filled with urine and poo.

Posted by: Anonymous at October 17, 2008 12:35 PM

That sign wont help, most Obamabots are illiterate and cant read. Ok, on 2nd thought, that WOULD help!

Posted by: Anonymous at October 17, 2008 12:36 PM

This person is clearly mentally unstable and should not have firearms. Hopefully the police will break down his door and take them before he uses them to defend his family from a rapist.

Posted by: Frank White at October 17, 2008 1:28 PM


Posted by: Spurwing Plover at October 17, 2008 2:25 PM

Rock salt works better than birdshot!!

Posted by: Bill at October 17, 2008 2:46 PM

Vermin deserve to die. The libcommies have over-played their hand.

Posted by: Conan at October 17, 2008 2:52 PM

Again- the left has become the very thing they hate so much and rally against. And they still don't see it.
I almost feel bad for them in a way.

Posted by: Murff at October 17, 2008 4:11 PM

I LOVE it!!! I wish I knew who made that sign so I can call them and give them a big rah rah. Maybe invite them over for tea and target practice on the back forty. Loved it. LOVED it!

Posted by: rosie at October 17, 2008 4:36 PM

I wonder if the obamasluts realize what Hitler did to his brownshirts.

Posted by: Farmer Ted at October 17, 2008 5:28 PM

Posted by: The Him at October 17, 2008 5:34 PM

Correction, 12 year old. (Like it matters)

Posted by: The Him at October 17, 2008 5:35 PM

I wonder if the obamasluts realize what Hitler did to his brownshirts. ~ Farmer Ted

I've been thinking about that too. If Obama becomes president, if history is any guide, he'll fry ACORN. He can't do it like a dictator can do it - but there'll be show trials aplenty.

Posted by: Kevin R at October 17, 2008 7:02 PM

Ayers appearance at University of Nebraska-Lincoln squelched

As you can see from the following Omaha World Herald story, this situation has erupted into a major political issue, with the governor calling on the university to cancel the invitation. The World Herald story also points out that this issue may cost the university a substantial amount of financial support (see the highlighted portions of the story below). Finally, this situation has become an issue in a current race for University of Nebraska regent.

Posted by: BURNING HOT at October 17, 2008 7:32 PM

Posted by: Rob Banks at October 17, 2008 8:36 PM

Yeah, but they canceled it for "safety reasons" not because it was, you know, wrong, or anything.

We will probably hear that the venue was moved to Creighton.

Posted by: Larry Sheldon at October 17, 2008 9:15 PM

Maybe not, they had Sakolsky lat month--that probably shot their travel budget.

Posted by: Larry Sheldon at October 17, 2008 9:19 PM

I'll try again with this story, since I feel rather strongly about it (citizens exercising their right to self defense):

FBI: Justifiable Homicides at Highest Level in 10 Years

Posted by: Panday at October 17, 2008 9:40 PM

The second amendment. I think they might have forgotten about that one. I mean, they're getting ready to try some seriously messed up stuff, and I do still have my guns.

Posted by: Nick at October 17, 2008 10:31 PM

I have my phasers set for "shines" so let them try to take my sign!

Q: How to you starve an Obamunist supporter?

A: Hide their food stamps underneath their workboots.


Posted by: Bil O'Rights at October 18, 2008 4:26 AM

Shows the difference between the Left and the Right ... Every time I drive by an Obama/Biden yard sign I have a very strong desire to swerve and maybe I act like it, but in the end self control and freedom of stupidity/speech is respected.

Posted by: Anonymous at October 18, 2008 5:07 AM

Yes, Anon. When I see a house near mine with an Obama/ Biden yard sign, it makes me a little angry, but I just remind myself that it's still a free country.
Apparently, Obama's supporters are too stupid, bigoted and stoned to feel the same way towards McCain supporters. I like the sign in the picture a LOT.

Posted by: Adam at October 18, 2008 7:23 AM

Posted by: mega at October 18, 2008 7:50 AM

So when the time comes, will you turn in your guns or swear that they were stolen or lost?

Posted by: Barkmor at October 18, 2008 9:19 AM

barkmor, good question, as it will all too likely be a reality soon.

There's a moral and historical obligation not to turn in the guns, no matter what happens or how difficult. A "few" of them, maybe, for show. imho.

When the time comes, and it just might, this question will separate the men from the boys, those who really believe in the principle of citizens vs. subjects, from those who like to talk.

Posted by: mega at October 18, 2008 10:53 AM

my McCain sigh and Bill Sali sign were stolen this morning. I have replacements, and I also have my personal property protected this time.

Posted by: Lede Agenda at October 18, 2008 11:03 AM

While the Democrat-leaning media continues to scare undecided voters with bedtime stories about some mythical angry McCain supporter whom nobody has seen, here is a real district attorney’s complaint documenting an unprovoked assault by an enraged Democrat against a McCain volunteer in midtown Manhattan

Posted by: Eric at October 18, 2008 3:45 PM

@ the comments of how to handle it if they come for your guns.

As an American, you have not only a legal right to refuse the confiscation of your firearms, but a moral obligation to do so.

Remember, when the founding fathers wrote these things into law, they did so imagining the men they fought with (in the winter without proper clothing or shoes) against the British. And never imagined any American man would be so wussified as to have to debate the question.

It will, in fact, separate the men from the boys.

Posted by: The Him at October 18, 2008 7:08 PM


A month ago, I couldn’t intellectually accept the possibility of a President Barack Hussein Obama seated behind that big desk in the Oval Office but it seems a virtual fait accompli today.

I hate even writing that. It’s not that I’ve given up, either, although Senator McCain seems to. That is, he seems to have given up assuming he ever really wanted the job in the first place.

Sure, he went through the motions–and they were strenuous, time and soul-consuming motions of a hard fought primary campaign followed by a more taxing seven weeks, three nationally televised debates, countless stump speeches and political ads, and an abject apology to Dave Letterman. But, why?

It’s equally difficult to imagine that McCain didn’t want the office of the presidency. After all, he wanted it eight years ago though he was defeated then by the slings and arrows of Bush sniping and innuendo.

I’ve heard suggestions that, at least lately, he’s really been running for Senate Minority Leader rather than for the presidency, a theory I find almost unfathomable mainly since it’s hardly worth the effort to be minority leader in an institution which, prospects are, will be so dominated by Democrats that a Republican leader would have the clout of a Czarist in the Politburo.

Nevertheless, whatever John McCain is running for, based on most recent reports, is an exercise in futility. The handwriting is all over the walls and the floors, on the interiors and exteriors of America’s institutions, and that handwriting, more akin to graffiti than to rational reflection, is predicting one outcome, the election of Obama on November 4th.

What his election will mean to America is predictable by that graffiti.

I won’t bore the reader with elaboration on truisms, that this “unknown” quantity from Illinois is better known than our mass media will publicize, that he is a radical socialist with clear and irrefutable ties to Black nationalists, Black and White terrorists past and present, and that his currently-muted bride, Michelle Robinson Obama, would easily be the most disturbed woman to inhabit the White House since Mary Lincoln.

A personal case in point which I believe gives an indication on what life under Obama would be like.

I returned today from a brief, my first, visit to Florida’s Key West. Aside from the givens, that it’s a destination which should be on the itinerary of every travelling American tourist for its historical significance and that it’s a perfect example of near-perfect natural beauty, it’s also a depressing place, even if Harry Truman and Ernest Hemingway felt it’s God’s gift to the planet.

The palm trees, man-made beaches, and take-your-breath-away tropical vegetation were impressive to this New Yorker but its natives were not nearly as impressive.

For one thing, if a tourist wanted to indulge in the full flavor of the Keys, a close acquaintance with Espanol is a requisite. For another, said tourist had better not venture into the ghetto of Key West without an adequate supply of pepper spray or, preferably, a machete and a (licensed) revolver.

What struck me most was our visit to Truman’s Little (4300 square foot) White House, not because I was walking in the footsteps of Harry but because of an incident in the ubiquitous gift shop.

After our party had purchased some trinkets, I noticed a political section which featured such items as bumper stickers and buttons. Obama/Biden stickers and buttons were in full display, McCain/Palin stickers and 2 inch buttons were all but hidden away.

Being politically obnoxious, I surreptitiously switched them and purchased two McCain/Palin buttons and pinned one on my T-shirt. The nice lady behind the counter raised her eyebrows and sotto voce whispered, “Umm, you do know this is Key West?”

I responded that I did know where I was. She just nodded and said, “Okay, I was just giving you fair warning.”

I smiled and added, “Well, this is still the United States, right?”

She didn’t respond to that. I have to believe that the nice lady was looking out for my welfare.

We suffered no untoward incidents, except maybe for a local putting his pet parrot on our shoulders and heads for the purpose of making a few bucks taking our pictures, which was more fun than intimidation.

But that whole gift shop exchange made me think that an Obama administration could mandate parrots on heads and shoulders as well as declare that T-shirt dissent would be deemed unacceptable:;jsessionid=42DC2F03298955FDD7534DD207C872CB?contentId=7664724&version=11&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=TSTY&pageId=3.14.1&sflg=1

More on Obama, dissent, McCain, and our future tomorrow.

Check back.


Posted by: Gene Lalor at October 19, 2008 10:10 AM

a PAINTBALL GUN shoot them till their covered with black and blue sores and start sniveling like whinny liberals

Posted by: Spurwing Plover at October 19, 2008 9:19 PM