Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Anything for the Cause

Feminism has finally reached peak absurdity, some feminists are so committed to the cause that they will literally piss their pants on command.

#PissForEquality: Feminists Fall for Hoax Campaign, PEE on Themselves
Feminists have fallen for a hoax campaign that encourages them to pee on themselves in the name of equality. They are using the hashtag #PissForEquality.

The troll hoax was created by 4chan. On October 2, one 4chan member wrote, “What if we somehow get Tumblr tards to publicly piss/shit their pants in the name of ‘Equality?'”

Today's social justice warriors require no critical thinking skills, just the ability to follow any suggestion put out there.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Time to "Ditch and Switch"

I love watching these ladies because they're really committed to their candidate.
I've been a republican for over 20 years and I'm also tired of the squishy RINO offerings of the RNC. Enough McCain's and Mitt's, maybe the Republican party needs a Trump to shake it up.

Establishment RINO Jeb Falls to 4%

Here's what bowing down to the RNC and kissing their ass gets you.

Poll: Jeb Falls to 4%
The latest Pew poll shows that Jeb Bush has fallen to 4 percent in the Republican field. Donald Trump leads the field with 25 percent; Ben Carson is at 16 percent.

Carly Fiorina and Marco Rubio are tied for third at 8 percent of the Republican field.

"At this stage of the 2016 presidential campaign, key issues divide both Republican and Democratic voters, and early candidate preferences reflect some of these cleavages," writes Pew.

"When Republican and Republican-leaning voters are asked in an open-ended format (no names provided) for their first choice for the nomination, none of the 15 GOP candidates are named by more than 25% of those who may vote in the primary: 25% name Donald Trump, 16% name Ben Carson, both Marco Rubio and Carly Fiorina are named by 8%, 6% name Ted Cruz and 4% choose Jeb Bush. Other candidates are named by 2% or fewer. A quarter (25%) of potential Republican primary voters do not mention a first choice today, four months before the first caucuses and primaries."
Maybe if the RNC offered a leader as opposed to a republican party follower people would be more interested in their chosen candidate.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Mass Shootings and Gun Free Zones

Funny (as in odd not haha) thing is that almost all mass shootings are in gun free zones. I don't believe that it's any wonder why, if your intent is to kill as many people as possible you don't want to be interrupted by some 2nd amendment types.

Less than 90 minutes after Oregon shooting, CNN analyst suggests school’s ‘gun free zone’ to blame
Less than two hours after massacre at Umpqua Community College on Wednesday, CNN military analyst Rick Francona suggested that the shooter had chosen the location because it was a gun free zone.

“We were talking earlier about these gun free zones in Oregon,” Francona told CNN host Brooke Baldwin. “Oregon is a shall issue permit state. A lot of Oregonians do have concealed handgun licenses, that’s what we call them here.”

“The gun free zones are the areas that tell licensed gun owners that you are not allowed to carry your weapon in this facility,” he continued. “So, they do serve a purpose to let everyone know that this is a gun free zone.”

“If you’re going to perpetrate some act, you know that most people are not going to be armed.”

“You are really setting people up — and law enforcement — for somewhat of a failure when you have an active shooter scenario,” Gilliam insisted. “Clearly, policy has to be looked at and what’s effective.”

“This shows you how quickly these things can go bad, and these gun free zones, just like happened in Tennessee that this shooter that went onto a military installation, which was a gun free zone,” he added. “We see that the only thing that’s going to stop a gun is another gun.”~snip~
It seems by the title that Raw Story disapproves of the reaction of CNN's military analyst so soon after the fact.
I wonder if they'll disapprove of Obama's speedy response.

White House Immediately Politicizes Oregon Shooting, Calls For More Gun Control

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Musical Interlude 9/29/2015

Gone but not forgotten.

The Trump Effect

With Boehner on his way out now pressure is being applied to oust Mitch McConnell.
You have to wonder if this is the result of the rejection of conservative voters to the current crop of squishy RINOs being offered by the RNC.
Could it be that the republican elitist jack-holes are finally getting the message?

Under pressure: McConnell pushed to resign as Senate Majority Leader
With John Boehner now departing as House speaker, an influential Republican Party official is now seeking the ouster of another GOP leader who has frustrated conservatives: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

“McConnell needs to resign!!” Louisiana GOP Chairman Roger Villere wrote in a Facebook posting.

Mr. Villere isn’t just any Republican. He’s the longest-serving state GOP chairman in the nation, with 12 years on the job, and is the vice chairman of the Republican National Committee, the GOP’s national governing body. He also serves on the RNC’s executive committee that makes decisions alongside Chairman Reince Priebus.   
“Mitch is a good and honorable guy, but the base is leaving our party,” Mr. Villere said in an interview with The Washington Times. “I’m out in the field all the time and we have all our elections this year for state offices, and it’s hurting us tremendously with our elections.” 
Aides for Mr. McConnell, Kentucky Republican, did not return repeated calls and emails seeking comment. A spokeswoman for Mr. Priebus said he was unavailable Sunday.~snip~
I doubt if it'll be in time to save the RNCs preferred  candidate Jeb or for them to retool this election cycle with more worthy candidates but McConnell resigning could be a sign that the republican party would be one that might represent the people.
Instead of the elites single quest for power.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Rand Paul looking Shaky as Well

I'm sure a lot of these guys thought they would be more popular than they are but it seems that the same old squishy spineless RINO talking points ain't working.

 Death watch for Rand Paul campaign
LEXINGTON,KY. — Rand Paul was right.

In January 2014, the day after The Atlantic anointed Paul, Kentucky’s junior U.S. Senator, as the Republican frontrunner in the 2016 presidential race, Paul told the Herald-Leader “it’s still too early probably to talk about things like that.”

“That sounds unlucky to me,” he said.

Less than two years later, Paul’s luck, it seems, is running out.

Campaigning on Friday in New Hampshire, Paul continues to charge ahead with his struggling presidential campaign, but speculation is growing that he might be the next Republican candidate to drop out of the race.~snip~
Fighting against  government tyranny when it comes to light bulbs and low flow toilets is fine for a senator but they're not enough substance for running for president.