Isn't him saying stuff like that grounds for, if one obeys the letter of the law, some kind of trial for treason? It's certainly grounds for a psych evaluation, if not several drug tests.
Not to mention he's pretty much invoking the Huey Newton version of the Internet Tough Guy. If anyone came to Lubbock with more than two guys in the back of a pickup truck with BB Guns, I doubt Robert E. Lee, Jr. here would be anywhere near the firefight.
It's also fun to hear the wingnuts trotting out the ol' "The U.N. is gonna TAKE OVER, so git yer guns an' we'll save the whole country yee-haw" malarky again.
Also, isn't it "Adrenaline JunkIE?"
I'm guessing that the judge knows enough to know how to dance on the line. It was phrased pretty hypothetically, and included Obama doing something treasonous in the premise.
I was thinking the same thing about the title, but William S. Burroughs spelled it with a Y so I guess it's OK.
The residents of Lubbock are now going to be the first to be gassed in the UN/FEMA death camps.
|The Mothership |
'I don't want a bunch of rookies back there.'
Stars for the cartoonishly misguided belief that the Grand UN Army of the (Brown) People would want to invade and occupy Lubbock fucking county, home to less than 300,000 people and zero targets of value.
Why must you crush one man's dream of playing soldiers with life-sized toys and getting the idio--er, the people of his county to pay for it?
A pretty good Web site of big-boy army toys:
It's cute how hard they pretend that anyone would find actual paramilitary uses for this stuff. I will confess to owning a Fox Tactical Rio Grande backpack, but only because it's good for carrying groceries while bicycling; I'm more concerned about my bread getting squished than UN black helicopters.
Here's what they have to say about the, er, Tactical Hipster:
"Constructed of rugged tactical polyester. Key features include: Lining for water repliancy. Numerous pockets including cell phone and flashlight. Adjustable shoulder strap. Ideal for travel, Security, Police, and general civilian use."
TACTICAL polyester, as opposed to the other kind. And there's one more activity it's ideal for (and by the way, the bit about "general civilian use" is kind of adorable): dress-up when you're playing army with your friends.
These are the same people who were absolutely conviced that President Clinton had armies of Chinese soldiers in America waiting to help quell dissent when he passed the repressive policies he really wanted to.
And the people who stocked up on guns when Obama got elected since he was going to start passing gun control legislation.
...and who didn't suffer the tiniest ray of enlightenment when their brilliant predictions never came to pass.
And who never will.
South Korea came out of the UN invasion pretty okay.
And they're even more racist than Texans.
memedumpster: I've seen enough "King of the Hill" to know that the only racists in Texas are minorities falsely accusing decent white folks of racism. Oh, and those awful Laotians. (While it's true Cotton Hill was a racist, he's dead, and now there are no more racists in Texas.)
You wouldn't happen to be one of those minorities looking to stir up trouble, would you?
As long as we're rolling out the anectotal evidence, I'll add that I've yet to meet an overtly racist Texan (although I've met some who were pretty unpleasant in other ways) but a Korean friend of mine got drunk one time and made a bunch of racist jokes about the Japanese (who were riding in the front seat at the time but didn't speak a word of English so they didn't know what he was saying, fortunately).
Hope that settles things.
It seems that Texans have two flavors of racism (from when I was living there, at least):
The first is the straight-up "we-all's is white, an' everyone else is the mud people" kind, which seems confined to smaller, more rural areas. See Vidor, Texas for probably the most famous hotspot of people who would love to run a Sundown community.
The other kind is more of a blacks & whites vs. the hispanics thing. I was told by non-Mexican colleagues, "at least [insert race they didn't like here] are in this country legally."
Then there was just the general hatred of everyone from everywhere who isn't Texan, mostly directed at Oklahoma. That's not really racism, but more of a mental issue.
The terror they have the UN is just breathtaking. This is an organization that can't actually do anything about Syria until the US elections are final.
|Louis Armstrong |
Ah conservatives and possible war/fighting scenarios.
It kind of reminds me of little kids playing superheros to see who has the better powers. "oh yeah, well I'll have my invisibility power!" "my see through walls power can spot invisibility! And then my bazooka will kill you!" "na unh!"
You know how when normal people with normal lives and everyday pressures go to an amusement park to get their thrill fix?
What is it in these guys' lives that makes them need a full-out guns-n-ammo revolution for their playtime? Are they so incredibly sheltered from real life that war is the only thrill to jostle their brains?
Wait, wait, wait --
He wants to RAISE taxes?
This man is a genius. He knows the only way to get teabaggers to vote on raising taxes is to spin it such that if they don't raise taxes they won't be able to defend themselves properly when Obama goes through with his master plan if re-elected.
It's funny to see all the conservatards saying the same stupid shit the libtards said about Bush getting re-elected, but topping it by 200% in sheer absurdity.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
Good luck shooting down that drone miles above you with your Winchester, dumbfuck.
Ah yes, another delusional right wing fantasy about fighting a war when they would never even dare to talk loudly to the guy that lives across the street.
Throw them into Gitmo.
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