Shadowy Open thread. Spook(y) Edition

Bits and Pieces.

 

The Pope says the big bang and evolution are real.  Next up? Saint Hood for Nik Lenin,  Joe Stalin, M.S. Tung, P. Pot. and Chavez the Hugo. The katolischers are losing their minds.

gopE expects big wins next Tuesday. All kinds of news stories about how worried the progtards are. Do not believe it until you see it. Then triple check to make sure it actually happened.

 

gopEr Paul Ryan says that repukes had no control over spending the last 4 years.  He must of forgot where spending bills originate.

 

barkus dorkus I, bringer of light, calmer of oceans, possessor of pen and phone, five putter extraordinaire, empericus Americus. Labels Bibi a “Chickenshit” , like a boss! The bear is loose!!! Run!!!!

 

The choices for gub’nor here in Illinois? A progtard with a d after his name or a progtard with a r after his name.

Some choice right?

 

Hey say it.

 

James, come and tell us who is going to win what next Tuesday. We will be nice to you. I promise. 🙂

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42 thoughts on “Shadowy Open thread. Spook(y) Edition

  1. neocon01

    gopEr Paul Ryan says that repukes had no control over spending the last 4 years. He must of forgot where spending bills originate.

    maybe he really doesnt know, the GOP is run by nitwits, and donks light,,,hell even rand paul has gone bat shiite crazy……..the goat pictures must be circulating..already

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  2. neocon01

    Ahhhhhhhhh the city of brotherly – er, BRO’s “love”-

    October 29, 2014
    Racial Hostility and Violence on Campus
    By Colin Flaherty

    Every high school student in America should read a recent commentary in the Philadelphia Daily News about the “new Jim Crow.”

    Especially if they are thinking attending an “urban university.”

    The article described with articulate hostility how black people do not want white people in the black neighborhoods surrounding Temple University near downtown Philadelphia.

    The writer does not use code words or dance around this explicit racial resentment: Temple University and its “developer friends” are “not just gentrifiers, but guilty of resegregating Philadelphia on the model of South African apartheid. This is the New Jim Crow,” wrote Chad Dion Lassiter.

    It goes on like this for another 500 words: White people are bad. And the white people who notice, like the writer for Philadelphia Magazine who wrote about black on white crime in “Being White in Philadelphia”? They are even worse.

    The mayor said “Being White in Philadelphia” was “despicable” and called for the city’s Human Rights Commission to investigate. No need to wonder about the rampant black on white crime in Philly. The mayor figured that out by himself: 400 years of racism.

    Read more: http://americanthinker.com/2014/10/racial_hostility_and_violence_on_campus.html#ixzz3HZFaP0Wo

    ARM up….the WAR IS coming!

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    1. jake (@goldjake1788)

      this is a bullshit article in the daily news. i have been to Temple’s campus a million times and never felt threatened. It is on broad street for god’s sake and there is plenty of safety around the neighborhood. University of Penn is actually a worst neighborhood than Temple. There are so many things wrong with this article that you should fact check it. The line about the mayor is hilarious if you actually read up on Nutter. The last mayor i would believe it

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      1. GMB

        See my comment below. “urban youths” are to free to do what ever they want to do to the future “social justice warriors”.

        Us hicks in the sticks will sit back, sharpen a new knife or two, do some magazine checking, shove a clod a dirt up our noses, and relax.

        Myself i am inclined to believe it is happening anywhere there are large populations of “urban youths” It is happening at U of I and the po-po supress the news. No doubt about it. My Daughter who goes to U of I SVM has witnessed it.

        Absolutely no mention in the school rag or the local rag.

        No big deal.

        prog on prog violence is none of my concern.

      2. neocon01

        Goldfarb…….welcome to our humble blog.

        you fact check it and get back to us, The article stands until YOU prove it’s facts are baseless, or wrong.
        If they are take it up with the author…. 🙂

      3. neocon01

        gbloomie

        these people wrong too?
        Philadelphia Mayor: Young Black Men Are Not Responsible For Their Actions

        By Brian Anderson, June 26, 2014. (351 comments)

        Michael Nutter is the mayor of Philadelphia and…well, a nutter, which is Brit-slang for a crazy person. Hey, at least he has that “truth in labeling” thing going for him. He penned a piece for the Huffington Post today in which he “exposes” myths that are keeping young black men from succeeding. Not only doesn’t he disprove any myths, he essentially says that black men are not responsible for their own actions and their only saving grace is massive government intervention. Like I said: a nutter.

        I think it’s safe to assume that the Honorable Mr. Nutter is not a member of the GOP based on his premise that a racist society is keeping black men down and the only fixes are more spending by the government. Let’s take a look at some of these myths and see if we can provide some real solutions instead of race-shaming and government expansion:

        http://downtrend.com/71superb/philadelphia-mayor-young-black-men-are-not-responsible-for-their-actions/

  3. GMB

    “.the WAR IS coming!”

    No the war is already here. People just refuse to believe it.

    I would not be to concerned with all the violence going on around the Colleges. Havens of progtardia anyway. Just another example of progtards consuming their own. The afro vote 96% progtard. The college kid vote, something like 86% progtard and to top it off most of those are double voters. Once where they live and once where they are.

    Have at it progtards.

    Happy thoughts.

    🙂

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  4. neocon01

    remind you of anyone??

    Why Republicans Are Worthless

    Earl P. Holt, American Renaissance, October 28, 2014
    Politics is more than economics.

    There is a war being waged for the soul of the Republican Party. It consists of a loose alliance of Tea Party groups and traditional conservatives, who are trying to wrest control from the politically moderate businessmen who have misguided the GOP for decades. Just as Clemenceau warned that “war is too important to be left to the generals,” the battle to preserve Western Civilization is too important to be left to businessmen. Since avoiding controversy seems to be an almost universal concern among businessmen–bad publicity could lower profits–they are vulnerable to manipulation by the Left and the media that act as its PR organ.

    More than economics

    While it is a true that “those who pay the piper get to call the tune,” the influence of large, corporate contributors actually works to prevent the crafting of a sound Republican message with broad appeal. Most Republican businessmen fail to recognize that surviving ideological assaults requires engaging the Left on many fronts that go well beyond narrow public finance issues and tax policy. Their shortsightedness has prevented the GOP from attracting more Americans, particularly those who call themselves independents.

    Indeed, the economically oriented nature of Republican corporate contributors has often led to defeat because it avoids many compelling “social” issues with which we can win. This lack of enthusiasm for social issues seems to define most “moderate” and “establishment” Republicans, who seem to be particularly contemptuous of paleo-conservatives who have always preached the need to engage the Left on every front.

    In fact, the forced integration of schools and neighborhoods, the pervasive nature of black violent crime, the tsunami of legal and illegal immigrants, and so-called “affirmative-action” in hiring and admissions play a far greater role in the lives of most Americans than do changes in marginal tax rates or interest payments on the national debt.

    Duck Dynasty

    The Left’s assault on the West involves a great deal more than economics: It targets every historical and cultural tradition, as well as every institution, principle, and value. And Since many “social” issues are not amenable to the kinds of cost-benefit analyses at which businessmen shine, Republicans are disarmed when faced with non-economic issues, and tend to address them in conformist and cowardly ways.

    When Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty said a few things that annoyed homosexuals, Cracker Barrel immediately removed many Robertson-endorsed items from their shelves, in response to the predictable outcry from homosexual groups. How any business could so badly misperceive the sentiments of its own customer base is hard to imagine. In any event, an enormous public backlash forced Cracker Barrel to reverse itself within a few days, and return these items to its shelves.

    The outcry against Cracker Barrel’s cowardice was only partly due to the popularity of the television series. It also reflected public outrage at homosexual organizations that seem to have no difficulty forcing their agenda on the majority of unsympathetic Americans. For Cracker Barrel to have submitted to the demands of a tiny, loud and militant minority–that is totally at odds with the values of most of its patrons–should have been a humiliation to the company, and a wake-up call to corporate America.

    Questionable political judgment

    When CEOs are not queuing up to support unpopular public policies, such as Obama-care or affirmative action or immigration amnesty, they can usually be found lobbying their mortal enemies for legislative favors. I am old enough to recall how most high-profile GOP businessmen preferred Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush to that “controversial” and “extremist” candidate, Ronald Reagan–the man who won 49 states in 1984, defeated Communism, and helped create 22 million new jobs.

    During his quest to win the Cold War, some of President Reagan’s most entrenched adversaries were Republican businessmen addicted to Soviet trade who, by the late 1970s, seemed determined to fulfill Lenin’s prediction that Communists would “hang the capitalists with the very rope they sell us.” The same businessmen tried to convince Reagan to jettison his pro-life stance, and convinced George W. Bush to support amnesty for illegal aliens. They are the same people who advised John McCain never to mention Jeremiah Wright in Mr. McCain’s timid 2008 campaign against Barrack Obama, and they now warn Republican office-holders to support amnesty for yet more illegal aliens.

    By emphasizing economic issues, Republicans have actually adopted a peculiar form of Marxism: They have joined the Left by endorsing economic determinism. A Republican Party of businessmen preoccupied with economic issues at the expense of everything else will remain a minority party forever, and will eventually disappear like the Whigs. Without the efforts of Paleo-conservatives and Tea Party and other patriot groups, there would be no real opposition to the Obama administration. We will never get effective leadership from people who can think no further than the corporate bottom line.

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  5. GMB

    I think that if it happens, this will be the gopE’s last hurrah as a national party. Consistently over the past four years they have told SoCons that our voices are not needed. Just our votes.

    That might change.

    I am going to call it. The Senate after next Tuesday night will be 51 r and 49 d. Lets see how stooge number 3 cozies up to Ted Cruz and Mike Lee to get anything passed.

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  6. GMB

    DeMaio is what the gopE wants. This will lead the gopE even further into the minority. Which will swing them even further to the left if that is possible.

    Money is good. Money is nice. Money is nothing but another tool to get by in life. Unfortunately, for too many so called conservatives, money has become all too important, at the expense of skills that will help you survive.

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  7. neocon01

    and this ass Klown is a “teacher” what a pathetic little weasel, his “wife” must beat him.

    02casper says:
    October 20, 2014 at 6:39 pm
    “Gay marriage in Wyoming. Life is good.”

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  8. neocon01

    Holy sodomy batman…..

    (apple’s ceo) Tim Cook Speaks Up
    “While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven’t publicly acknowledged it either, until now. So let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God Satan has given me.”

    let me get this straight,
    male to male buggery, and fellato (hopefully not after the buggery/sodomy) is a “great gift” ? and makes you proud??
    Good Lord these fn creeps ARE bat shiite INSANE!!

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  9. M. Q. Duck

    Rumor has it that the new “Ebola Tsar, you see that Dad, that is how you spell Tsar, Back to my rumor, :P.

    Rumor has it the new Ebola Tsar was last seen outside the White Housenputting a fresh coat of wax on Limousine 1.

    Michael Jordan has been quoted as saying that the driver of Golf Cart 1 is a lousy Golfer. When asked about the Basketball skills of the driver of Golf Cart 1, Tiger Woods had no opinion.

    Was that sarcastic enough Dad?

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    1. neocon01

      M.Q. quack

      Loved the video and the newly crowned burger king.
      However.I noticed the demographics “harassing” the white dude were different from those “harassing” the white chick.
      Hmmmmm, I wonder what that means? Quack Quack!

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  10. GMB

    LoL Lets get one thing straight. “M.Q. Duck’s real name is Kassielyn and having known her for her entire life, I can state categorically that she will never be as sarcastic, you got that honey? Never be as sarcastic as her Dad

    NEVAH!!!

    Did you see the update on the original vid? She was totally harassed by European Americans too!!! She was!! Off camera, all the time!! The video was blurry!!! The sound was not working!!
    Too much background noise!!

    She was!!! She was!!!!

    We just do not have any proof but she was!!!!!

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  11. neocon01

    Harry Reid’s ‘Begging’
    Harry Reid is now “begging” for support. He made the comment in an email to supporters of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

    The subject for the email from Reid, the Senate majority leader, reads: “I’m begging.”

    hey hairy; just be a good toad and croak

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  12. neocon01

    Baaaaaaaaa ha ha ha ha ha ha

    PAPER: Desperate Dems resort to race baiting in final days of election…

    RANGEL: Some Republicans Believe ‘Slavery Isn’t Over’…

    Landrieu blames Southern hostility…

    TIMES-PICAYUNE: Desperate Senator smears state she represents…

    and the commie losers go into full alinsky slime mode,

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  13. neocon01

    SPIKE LEE: Post-Racial America is ‘Bullshit’..

    you are right spike, with racist niggas like you around to keep the hate stirred up.

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  14. neocon01

    and the beat goes on, and on and on and on and on…..
    FEAR GRIPS FERGUSON — AGAIN…
    Sharpton returns…

    wouldnt it be funny for Halloween someone hung a $harptongue in FU G?

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  15. neocon01

    POPE: ‘Caring for poor does not make you communist’…

    Free world to pope……PUT a SOCK in it ! (Not MCQuack)

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  16. neocon01

    October 31, 2014
    Ferguson police officers urgently need our help

    Read more: http://americanthinker.com/blog/2014/10/ferguson_police_officers_urgently_need_our_help_.html#ixzz3HkoCsqBX

    REALLY?? for all the beatings, road side hassles,of everyday people by these brownshirts, no knock swat teams for missing traffic court, un constitutional searches, road blocks, DUI checkpoints, shooting pets at will, lying under oath…donk, union thugs now need US??? NOT on your LIFE SAVER, live with the system YOU helped create. 😦

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