Sunday Open Thread

2013 February 10
by bc3b

What’s on your mind?

  • The media’s silence about Christopher Dorner’s manifesto and his praise of liberals
  • Obama’s upcoming State of the Union speech (targeting jobs and the economy
  • Marco Rubio’s response in English and Spanish (or is it Spanish and English?)
  • Rand Paul’s Tea Party response
  • The push for comprehensive immigration report
  • The push for gun control
  • RINOs
  • Obama’s controversial nominees, including Hagel and Lew
  • Media bias
  • Dr. Ben Carson
  • The Navy’s inability to refuel carriers due to budget cuts
  • The proposed 1% pay increase for federal government workers
  • The Post Office’s financial problems
  • The storm in the northeast (personally I thing the ba$tard$ deserved it)
  • The lack of cheerleaders and ice girls on BJG this Sunday
  • Anything else

{Just for BC, hot chicks in uniform}

{This is work, kudos for BC for all the work he did}

47 Responses leave one →
  1. 2013 February 10 7:00 am
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    bc3b permalink

    The MSM silence on Christopher Dorner being a left-wing nut-job is amazing, but hardly surprising. The GOP appears to be in high gear on Hispandering. This is just another example of out leaders telling Hispanics that there’s really no need to blend in or become “Americanized” along with dial 1 for Spanish, packaging being is Spanish and English, federal government forms printed in every language imaginable.

  2. 2013 February 10 7:14 am
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    justrand permalink

    OK…in a nutshell, here is what is on my mind:

    For the first time in my entire life I have ZERO faith in this country, its “government”, or future. I have lost every shred of patriotism…every shred. When I listened to the singing of our National Anthem before the Super Bowl I literally thought to myself: “SUCKERS!”

    Everything good about America has been or is being sullied…and everything we once found abhorent is being elevated and praised.

    My entire focus is now on the survival of my family…period. When I think of all the time, effort and money I wasted supporting candidates and causes I am ashamed of having been such a dupe!

    I had a LOT of help in getting this cynical and disheartened…government help. The Department of Homeland Security spent $12 million on a study entitled ‘Hot Spots of Terrorism and Other Crimes in the United States’, which characterized Americans who are “reverent of individual liberty” as potential “extreme right-wing” terrorists.

    Our country was FOUNDED by men & women who were “reverent of individual liberty” …and now to try and cling to those beliefs is to be labeled a “potential terrorist”????

    WTF??????????????????????

    I’m done praying for this country…I now pray only for family and friends, including all of ya’ll.

    Gee…do I sound bitter?

  3. 2013 February 10 7:31 am
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    bc3b permalink

    JR – only 53% (a number that is rapidly declining and will be in a state of freefall once Comprehensive Immigration Reform (aka amnesty) is enacted. The others are anything but suckers as they are living off us.

    The problem the moochers have is that soon there won’t be enough suckers to support the food stamp. section 8 housing, Obamaphone, 65 inch flat screen lifestyle they have become accustomed to.

    People that died in 1960 – hell people who died in 1980 – wouldn’t recognize our country and the establishment Republicans go merrily along.

  4. 2013 February 10 7:34 am
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    bc3b permalink

    JM –

    Any word on when the “edit” feature will be fixed?

  5. 2013 February 10 8:26 am
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    MI Conservative permalink

    The media’s silence about Christopher Dorner’s manifesto and his praise of liberals—-NOT SURPRISED
    Obama’s upcoming State of the Union speech (targeting jobs and the economy–TARGETING JOBS AND ECONOMY, YOU MEAN HE’S GOING TO CONTINUE TO KILL EM?
    Marco Rubio’s response in English and Spanish (or is it Spanish and English?)–RUBIO ES UN BUEN ORADOR PERO MEDIOS aniquilarlos
    Rand Paul’s Tea Party response—I DRINK MORE TEA THAN EVER.
    The push for comprehensive immigration report—-NO COMMENT-IWANT TO LIVE.
    The push for gun control—CIVIL WAR IS COMING
    RINOs—CIVIL WAR IS COMING TO A GOP NEAR YOU!!!
    Obama’s controversial nominees, including Hagel and Lew—-SUB-STANDARD PRESIDENT-SUB STANDARD NOMINEES.
    Media bias—-NEVER NOTICED, GLAD YOU BROUGHT IT TO MY ATTENTION.
    Dr. Ben Carson—HE NEEDS TO WATCH HIS BACK.
    The Navy’s inability to refuel carriers due to budget cuts—IF WE ONLY FOUGHT ON HORSES AND SWORDS.
    The proposed 1% pay increase for federal government workers—WHY AM I THE ONLY GOVT EMPLOYEE TAKING PAY CUTS, INSURANCE CUTS, AND PAY MY TAXES?
    The Post Office’s financial problems—DUMB F…. ANYWAY
    The storm in the northeast (personally I thing the ba$tard$ deserved it)–GOD’S REVENGE ON THE NORTHEAST FOR THEIR LIBERAL POLICIES.
    The lack of cheerleaders and ice girls on BJG this Sunday—-I COULD ORDER THE PLAYBOY CHANNEL IF I DIDN’T TAKE PAY CUTS FROM THE QUESTION ABOVE.
    Anything else—-WHAT A DEPRESSING THREAD AFTER ANSWERING ALL THE QUESTIONS. GOING BACK TO BED.

  6. 2013 February 10 8:27 am
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    justrand permalink

    http://hotair.com/archives/2013/02/10/too-good-to-check-cnn-anchor-blames-asteroid-on-global-warming/

    Oh crap…I’m LOL’ing and almost crying!! Watch the video at the link! Yup…Global Warming causes ASTEROIDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. 2013 February 10 9:27 am
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    6 – O M G 😉

  8. 2013 February 10 9:42 am
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    No idea how much of this is true but found certain thing interesting none the less, particularly the Brennan aspect.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2276139/David-Petraeus-CIA-directors-bodyguards-exposed-affair-Paula-Broadwell-claims-Benghazi-The-Definitive-Report.html#axzz2KVQpNCmp

  9. 2013 February 10 9:50 am
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    People shot that shouldn’t have been:
    LAPD: 2 Dorner: 3

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-torrance-shooting-20130210,0,3955268.story

  10. 2013 February 10 10:07 am
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    mulletover permalink

    What’s on my mind?

    I’m just wondering if either one of those Vietnamese ladies shot by Dorner is an eligible bachelorette. Man, their ship is about to come in.

  11. 2013 February 10 10:13 am
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    bc3b permalink

    “People shot that shouldn’t have been:
    LAPD: 2 Dorner: 3”

    Those people were delivering the LA Times. Are you sure they shouldn’t have been shot?

  12. 2013 February 10 12:29 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    “The Navy’s inability to refuel carriers due to budget cuts—IF WE ONLY FOUGHT ON HORSES AND SWORDS.” — MIC

    Some good friends are ex-Navy types. Their observations are ‘Navy Week’ which pops up more than just annually is just cover for shutting down the boilers. Not uncommon for the US 5th during the 60’s and 70’s to pull in to Malta, Naples or Greece and shut everything down for repair and R&R. Course while that is all going on, they are not burning bunker fuel so the books will balance.

  13. 2013 February 10 12:30 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    Are you sure they shouldn’t have been shot?

    A dark but apt observation.

  14. 2013 February 10 12:56 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    Continuing some thoughts from the last thread.

    * How does the govt function in a civil war when 30% of the funding stops? I don’t know about you, but I certainly would not send in my annual tithe to the DC stupids. I also suspect they would be hard pressed to find me, collect.

    * Heavy machinery will only be a short term advantage. Beyond 6 months it becomes a drag to maintain and fuel. At that point boots on the ground count for more.

    * As the current Doehner situation shows, the police are not omnipotent. LAPD have their own internal dossiers on this guy, his style, habits, capabilities and they so far can’t catch him. The DC sniper showed the same thing a while back. LE types going up against an engaged populace of unknown size, capability, support and tactics does not bode well for their side.

  15. 2013 February 10 1:44 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    How come those women soldiers are wearing so much clothing?

  16. 2013 February 10 1:58 pm
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    gnqanq permalink

    bc3b – for all you do. Enjoy.

    http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_1_5/1438824_IDF_Girls.html

    First poster on AR15 loaded up a few pictures.

  17. 2013 February 10 2:20 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    gn –

    Haven’t theses ladies heard about camouflage bikinis?

  18. 2013 February 10 2:27 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    #14 Call me tinhatty, but I think there is waaaaaaaay more to this manhunt than anyone knows. The LAPD are shooting citizens at random and claiming it was because they thought it was the suspect. Essentially, if you drive a blue car or truck, stay off the roads until this is over. Blue= you might get shot. Secondly, they are violating 4th amendment rights by searching door to door in Big Bear for this guy. They are searching homes- occupied and not- with no warrant, and with no option for saying no. I think this entire thing is staged because they are trying to show that they can do whatever the eff they want if they deem it ‘necessary’. This is the brass showing off their manhood and daring you to call it small. Folks don’t question it because there is a bad guy on the loose. Is there really? Third, he is a leftist to the very core, if his manifesto is real, which leaves them to do their ‘some complaints hold more weight than others’ when it comes to media silence.

  19. 2013 February 10 2:29 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    IDF= hotness.

  20. 2013 February 10 2:53 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    “The LAPD are shooting citizens at random ….”

    Shooting people delivering the LA Times is not necessarily shooting people at random. Maybe the LA cops don’t like people who deliver propaganda.

  21. 2013 February 10 3:03 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    BC, 15,

    Sometimes its not what you see that makes a woman hot, but what your imagination permits to you to think you see that does.

  22. 2013 February 10 3:15 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

  23. 2013 February 10 3:28 pm
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    Rule5_Girls_with_Guns_100

  24. 2013 February 10 3:33 pm
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    gnqanq permalink

    IP – all I can say is that you know how to come through in the crotch. Oh I mean the clutch.

  25. 2013 February 10 4:34 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    That’s better guys. It’s a long time until fall football.

  26. 2013 February 10 4:39 pm
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    11/13 – Well seems to me the LAPD is working overtime to prove Dorners point.
    #18 – Been what I’m thinking since the 2nd incident of shoot first ID possible perp later – though more to the degree they it seems they in no way want to take him alive, dead men tell no further tales of corruption.

  27. 2013 February 10 4:42 pm
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    23 -That’s looks like a shot from the movie Colombiana, not and IDF girl.

  28. 2013 February 10 5:07 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    KH, 26,

    You have a point. What’s good for the WH is good the the LAPD eh?

  29. 2013 February 10 5:26 pm
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    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “The U.S. Consumer Protection Bureau says it is worried that Americans, particularly those from the retiring baby boom generation, are too stupid and gullible to manage their own retirement savings and is exploring whether it has the “authority” to “manage” people’s retirement funds.

    There is $19.4 trillion in the pension funds, 401(k)s and individual retirement accounts (IRAs) of Americans. The psychopaths in government have had their eyes on those funds for years. Confiscating that money and exchanging it for more government phony money would stave off collapse for a while longer. While the money is supposedly yours, government has so regulated it that you can’t really have it until you reach a magical age it established.”

    http://personalliberty.com/2013/02/08/consumer-protection-bureau-eyeing-u-s-retirement-funds/

  30. 2013 February 10 5:39 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    The LAT people that were shot were not the only ones, there was another truck that was shot up even though the driver wasn’t hurt.

  31. 2013 February 10 5:44 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    #26 The funny thing about the corruption tales is that is he isn’t the only one who knows them. What happens if someone or several someones come along to tell tales, without killing anyone and thus sparking more manhunts? It’s not like this one guy is the sole keeper of secrets. Anyhow, now they are apparently going to use drones to take him out? How many innocents will die from this? Also, how perfect is the timing with folks questioning Obama’s use of that technology? Everything in this administration seems to have extremely convenient timing.

  32. 2013 February 10 5:54 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    WEC,

    Looks like the author has not done the math. Lets say the government took every retirement account tomorrow with NO intention of even a payout later. That’s best scenario for the Feds. —

    * We’re $16T in debt now. That does not even included all the unfunded liabilities.
    * We’re taking on around $1.2T/year of debt best guess. Numbers are all over the map.

    So in 5 years the government will have burnt thru all the confiscated funds and still be in the hole. And Pelosi as late as this Friday said the government does not have a spending problem!

  33. 2013 February 10 5:59 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    JM, 31,

    What’s to worry?? Holder has it on good authority that even if they off Dorner with a side order of collateral damage (aka deaths) that everything is `legal`. Justice just slips Obammy a note with `sign here` and all is right with the world.

    Several on other sites are not quite but almost prepared to equate this guy with Robin Hood.

  34. 2013 February 10 6:02 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    By the way, if the manhunt goes on too much longer, LAPD’s biggest fear will be copycat shooters.

  35. 2013 February 10 6:13 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    #34 Yes, that is a fear…and here is another one- race riots. The cop is black. The cop who does the deed happens to be white or mexican? Or- they do like they did with the color blue, and just start shooting black men that are close enough to his description? Yikes. LA is already a powder keg, which is why it gives me the giggles to think we are such a target for terrorists. EBT goes down or one too many blacks kills one too many mexicans or vice versa? War.

  36. 2013 February 10 6:14 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    #33 Yeah, citizens here are amazingly cool with this. Shockingly cool with it.

  37. 2013 February 10 6:46 pm
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    gnqanq permalink

    Here is a good long read BUT worth it.

    http://westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/wrsa-forum-responses-lawson-and-garand/

    In essence – find like minded people and prepare.

  38. 2013 February 10 8:50 pm
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    mulletover permalink

    My guess is this cop killer is propped up against some tree stump frozen into a block of ice. Four days in a snow covered landscape is not easy to survive when you cannot build a fire and you left most of your camping gear in your burned out truck. This dumbass ain’t no Bear Grylls or Eric. Rudolph.

  39. 2013 February 10 9:25 pm
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    31 – Oh of course I’m sure he’s not the only one but I’m sure they don’t want this guy to have a long drawn out trial that might shine some light, or provide and opportunity for for others to shine some light.

    33 -Please don’t confuse my comments with cheer-leading this guy at all, he’s not Robin Hood, I do find the fallout, reaction, and follow on events by various parties related to this illuminating to say the least. Doubt most outside the area give a crap though unless it preempts American Idol.

  40. 2013 February 10 9:26 pm
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    -and
    +an opportunity

  41. 2013 February 11 6:21 am
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    justrand permalink

    gnqanq, that article in #37 was excellent!

    Folks, the U.S. is more & more resembling a stack of oily rags heaped next to a furnace in the basement…one spark and…

  42. 2013 February 11 6:35 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    Very interesting article indeed. My only observation is that if it is an EMP attack it will be external. Doing so internally destroys both military and civilian services/resources. Not exactly beneficial to government forces who wish to control a population.

    Being thrown back to 1820 would provide certain challenges to say the least.

  43. 2013 February 11 7:22 am
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    justrand permalink

    ‘One Second After’ was one of the most chilling…and PLAUSIBLE…doomsday books I have read in a long time.

    EMP would, as the book describes, wipe out over 90% of our population within 2 years. EVERY major city would have losses of near 100%. Those in the countryside who had prepared would survive better initially, but would have to defend themselves ruthlessly to continue.

    And yes, it will most likely be external. But then again, Obama and his minions would protect themselves no matter what…and a population reduced by 90% and essentially helpless would be easier to dominate!

  44. 2013 February 11 4:15 pm
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    Mr Evilwrench permalink

    Thinking ever more seriously about building a nice double Faraday cage to store a range of electronic devices and components when not in use. A solid double cage with no need for power or signal ingress, or ventilation, should easily provide 160dB attenuation. EMP this, bitch! Also probably be good to find an old car with minimal electronics, that could be restored with a few parts from the cage.

  45. 2013 February 11 4:51 pm
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    JustMary permalink

    #45 Hubby and I have been wanting to build one as well, but I also heard it is better to bury them? Are you planning to bury it?

  46. 2013 February 11 5:47 pm
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    Mr Evilwrench permalink

    Burial will get you a ground, but that depends a lot on the soil type and conditions. Plus, there’s the access. I want something like a large freezer that I can get to readily. It can be easy in concept, like a fully continuous layer of sheet metal both sides of 3/4 plywood, all bolted together, and the seams sealed with metal strips screwed in. Make sure there is no electrical contact between the inner and outer layers, then make a contact at one point and ground it there. The door is the tricky part, best done with strips of what we call finger stock. It’s like a tape of little spring loaded electrical contacts. I’m sure there are web resources for details; I was an engineer in the radio industry, that’s where I learned it all.

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