Monday, October 16, 2017

Steve Bannon vows to help PDJT drain the swamp

When Steve Bannon declared a “season of war” on Rat establishment Republicans, ME Senator Suzy Collins said, “Mr. Bannon’s over the top rhetoric is not helpful.”

Suz, news flash, it’s not meant to be helpful, you ditz. It is meant to get you worthless entitled Caligula, D.C. ruling class azzbags off your lazy azzes and do what you said you’d do – pass tax reform, repeal and replace Robertscare - or get your disgusting do-nothing azzes primary-ed, and sent packing a la Luther the Strange.

Some call it democracy.  Some call it “term limits.”  So, not put too fine a point on it, Suz, GFY. Self-centered privileged azzbags like you are the reason for the rise of PDJT and will be the reason for the long over-do political massacre of creeps like you.

I’m beginning to think that the biggest contribution PDJT has made to the USA is the smoking out of lying ReR azzbags like, Collins, McConnell, Ryan, McCain, Murkowski et al.

What is the difference between PDJT and the ReR congress?  PDJT is doing what he said would do.

Friday, October 13, 2017

The fifth column at work.

Spineless military general and flag officers are complicit in the decade long decline of the American military.  Sequester is only part of the problem and not the most destructive force working against the American military.  As Napoleon noted, the moral is to the physical as 3 is to 1.  What is harming the American force these days is a corrosion of standards and discipline from within. 

Right now, as you read this, there is an anti-American, commie loving, 2nd Lt WEST POINT GRADUATE serving in the 10th Mountain Div.  Ah but Lex how do you know?  There are probably a lot of subversives serving.  They are hard to weed out.

That may be true in many cases, but in the case 2nd Lt. Spencer Rapone it doesn’t hold water. Rapone made his political views known to the “leadership” at the Point and to anyone else who would listen to him.

Rapone’s case of openly subversive activity at the Point led to this open letter by a former faculty member, retired LTC Robert M. Heffington.  If even only partially true, it is a damning account of how far the Point (read: the academies) have slid down the sewer.     

From what I witnessed during my brief visit, the current version of the Naval Academy seems no different than the version of West Point outlined in Heffington’s letter.  I witnessed scores of Middies falling out of formation.  The ones who remained seemed to have only the loosest understanding of drill movements.  But the thing that cut to the core was the address to the Middies by Navy Secretary Ray Maybus.  The thing was full of social justice BS – the exact thing you’d expect from a Navy Sec that surrenders US Navy vessels to Iranians, maintains a state of training that has its ships running aground and into cargo ships.  Maybus went on to offer Navy’s NCAA record holding quarterback a service deferment if drafted by the NKL.  There was not one word about combat readiness.   

At the US Air Force Academy, the superintendent recently berated the entire student body for a racial slur being scrawled on a mino cadet’s door.  I haven’t seen that kind of military group punishment since the entire platoon was made to get down and give the sergeant instructor 10 because everyone was out of step with Candidate Sanfilipo. 

The USAFA super went on to say that there would be a full investigation into the matter.  I’m no ring knocker.  I’m not even an ROTC guy.  I’m but a run-of-the-mill graduate of the Marine Corps Officer Candidate’s School, but it seems to me a leader might wait until the investigation is complete to start chewing azz.  My guess and hope is that the USAFA “racial slur” case will come back, as so many of these things do, to the supposed “victim.”  That outcome would be much preferable to having actual racists in the ranks.  But hey, avowed communists or racists in the ranks, what’s the difference?

The military academies seem to have devolved into nothing more than typical leftist universities with stricter PT requirements and fancy uniforms.  The moral decline is not surprising.  What do you expect from a society that believes it is not only okay but necessary, for the sake of social engineering, to send its mothers and daughters off to war?

Heffington’s letter is a must read to get a sense of just how far these institutions have fallen.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Lex on the National Kneeball League and the Second Amendment

Defensive lineman sums up the problem negotiating with National Kneeball League players

Referencing PDJT’s and NKL comish Roger Goodell’s opinion that NKL players should stand for the Anthem, D-lineman Gerald McCoy said: 
“I think it’s gonna be an uproar if that is to happen because you’re basically taking away a constitutional right to freedom of speech.” 

 English aside, how do you make a case for civility and decorum with an idiot who believes his constitutional right to be a disruptive azz and a bore trumps his employer’s right and responsibility to maintain good order in the workplace?

I know when I go to breakfast after church on Sunday I don’t expect to see a waiter wearing a “F-Catholics” t-shirt - although it’s perfectly within his right to do so.  The only things preventing that experience are common sense, decency, decorum, respect for your employer and customers, and the absolute right of the employer to fire any employee bent on destroying the business.

No doubt, some of these NKL player azzbags will strike if made act like grown men during the Anthem.  Let ‘em. Hire new players and move on.  Half measures will not do now.  That's how ths mess got started.  Failure to crush NKL employees who fail to comply will just PO both side and make the matter worse.

Lex takes on the meaning of the word “militia” in the Second Amendment

In an interesting letter, John F. McRea believes that because the National Guard is the militia, and because the grammatical structure of the one sentence the makes up the entirety of the Second Amendment limits the right to keep and bear arms to the militia, the language of the Second Amendment no longer applies. 

Lex corrects McRea’s mistaken notion.  McRea’s letter is included under Lex’s response.

Re: John F. McRea’s letter of Oct. 11, 2017, Second Amendment Due for Modern Review

McRea’s “cause and effect” argument, that because the National Guard is the militia, the language of the Second Amendment no longer applies, tells only half the story.

The National Guard is but one element of the militia codified into US law.  The National Guard is the “organized militia” established by the Militia Act of 1903. McRea conveniently omits the second class of militia established by the Militia Act, the “unorganized militia.”

“Unorganized” in this case does not mean haphazard or careless. It means that the militia is not under the control of state or federal authority thereby making it more in keeping with the founders’ original intent and the historic understanding of the term “militia.”

The proof for this is the dog that is not barking in the 2nd Amendment:  “A well-regulated militia being necessary…”  The founders could have just as easily mandated that “A federally regulated militia being necessary…” They didn’t.  The intent was that militias would be self-regulating local entities outside the control of possibly tyrannical state and/or federal authorities that the militia might be formed to resist. 

That brings to mind the old adage:  Freedom is a government that fears its citizenry.  Tyranny is a citizenry that fears its government.

McRea’s interesting grammar lesson aside, unless he or other detractors can point to anywhere else in the Constitution where the term “the people” refers to something other than eligible US citizens as a whole, the plain language of the 2nd Amendment applies to all eligible US citizens.

The language of the 2nd Amendment is as relevant today as ever, maybe even more so given the Left’s pique over the election of President Trump.  I find it odd that the same class of people who refer to President Trump as a tyrant are now advocating for disarming themselves in the face of the very tyranny they are warning us about.  Fine, turn yours in.

McCrea’s understanding of “well-regulated” is also only half correct.  It means much more than well-trained.  Well-regulated has to with leadership and the moral underpinning of the force as well.

Second Amendment due for modern review
In the next few weeks, we're going to be hearing a lot about gun control (or a lack thereof). Part of the conversation will naturally be about the constitutional right to bear arms, so it's important to look closely at the language and, specifically, at the grammatical construction of the single sentence that comprises the Second Amendment, as it is a window into the purpose of the framers.

The Second Amendment reads: “A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

This adheres to the rhetorical form of a periodic sentence, which typically presents a string of modifying elements introductory to the main clause. Here, the modifying element is the phrase “A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state,” which is what grammarians call a nominative absolute. The function of the absolute is unique in that it does not modify any word or phrase in the main clause directly; its function is to establish the context, situation or cause for the action of the main clause, in this case, “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.”

Clearly, according to the language of the Second Amendment, the reason for keeping and bearing arms was so that a “well-regulated militia,” drawn from the ranks of male citizens, could be at the ready. In the late 18th century, the militia in the U.S. was made up of ordinary citizens who became “well-regulated” by regular training, which was voluntary (and not mandatory as it is in Switzerland today – which is why there's a gun in every Swiss household).

Today, the “militia” is the National Guard, a supplemental fighting force, among other things, which, while drawn from the ranks of citizen volunteers, does not in any sense owe its effectiveness to all citizens keeping and bearing arms. I would argue that, by extension, the cause-and-effect relationship in the language of the Second Amendment no longer applies.

The laws regarding our right to bear arms should be reviewed and revised to fit the needs of modern society.
John F. McRae

Fort Wayne

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

A couple of reading assignments and Goodell's too little too late attempt to clean up HIS Anthem mess

Victor Davis Hanson pulls the curtain back on Lefty Lib “entertainers”
VDH is a national treasure.  He’s a brilliant man who can lay out his case a calm reasoned manner while at the same time shredding his target with cuts so precise and clean the target walks away thinking, “He never touched me” just before falling apart like confetti throw from a high rise building.

In this piece, Hanson lets loose his talents on Lefty Lib “entertainers” who think it’s okay to trash half of America just because they don’t vote like Hollywood swells.  I recall every case Hanson lays out in his piece.  When taken in the totality Hanson lays out, it is a damning case against a class of people who consider themselves so much better than anyone occupying the center of the country. 

Well at least we can trust the FBI
Uh, no we can’t.  If this is true, and I believe that it substantially is, this is scary stuff.  Now remember who the key players are that are investigating PDJT – the two past directors of what is becoming apparent is, at a minimum, a troubled – if not totally corrupt - agency.

Rev? Al swerves into the truth
Rev? Al Not-So-Sharp-Ton said this about ESPN’s suspension half-wit Jemele Hill, “We will not be shut down and we will not be suspended and we will not stand for her to be suspended.”

He’s right.  I can’t believe it.  Rev? Al Not-So-Sharp-Ton is right about something.  The “they” in this case being the usual crowd of perpetually offended - should not stand for Hill.  They should take a knee for Jemele and stand for the Anthem.

God Bless twitter
By censoring Marsha Blackburn’s tweet it gave her 1,000 times more exposure than her announcement that she’ll run for the Cork’s vacated TN senate seat would have otherwise gotten.  Good work tweets.  You’re doing a heck of job.  You have saved Blackburn $100,000 in ad buys to get her message out.  She is no doubt the frontrunner right now.

In another move to help Blackburn’s cause, Twitter has now reversed its dumb as fence post decision and started the whole news cycle over again with the added benefit to Blackburn that we can now see the ad on twitter.

Roger Goodell too little too late
The National Kneeball League comish Rog Goodell, feeling sudden rush of patriotism, is backtracking on NKL players' Anthem protests.  He is going to find out how hard it is to get toothpaste back into the tube once it is squeezed out.  The time to put an end to Anthem protest was the Monday after the first time Colin Kapernick sat his worthless butt on the bench during that event. 

In the original Alien movie the crew had a chance to kill the deadly creature in its infancy, failing to do so nearly wiped the crew out.  That’s where Goodell is right now.  The NKL kneeler monster has grown to the point where it can no longer be killed off cleanly.

Anything the NKL does now with regard to kneelers is going to be transparent as hell is being done, not because it is the right thing to do, but rather because it is the economically advantageous thing to do.  The NKL position is that they value “free speech” until it interferes with the bottom line.  The corollary, patriotism is good business weather you believe it or not.  Goodell clearly does not.

This thing is going to crash and burn spectacularly.  Players hell bent on destroying the league that provides their livelihood for a cause that they cannot clearly articulate are not likely to back down because the Comish says so a year-and-half after the trouble began.

The players will be a difficult group to negotiate with.  One, because they don’t know, or at least cannot state in an understandable sentence or two, what they are protesting.  Two, as someone said, the players, many of who otherwise aren’t qualified to bag groceries, should be thanking America for the opportunity to make millions for playing game, aren’t necessarily the brightest bulbs in the series.  Three, they are millionaires under contract.  I suppose that means they get paid weather they cooperate with the Comish or not.  There are no sanctions for non-compliance in the Comish’s letter.  It simply says players should stand. My guess is many of the players will not comply.  Last, caught in a no-win dilemma pitting fans on one side and the players on the other, owners except for Jerry Jones, don’t know what to do.  Hint: The best players in the world are worthless if no one is watching them.  Ask curlers.

PDJT has clearly won.  He should not let up.  Like an MMA fighter who has gained the advantage over his opponent, he should continue to “ground and pound” until the NKL taps out.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Corker Rat establishment Republican poster boy - PDJT's pummeling of the National Kneeball League continues

Bob Corker missed the memo.  Don’t F-with PDJT.  It never ends well.  If you don’t believe me, you should but go ahead, ask the 18 GOP challengers humiliated and vanquished by Trump, their legion of advisors, every pop culture azzbag and the 99.99% of MSM and their plethora of talking head smarty smart pants that wrote the Donald off 2 minutes after his famous escalator ride.  If that news is too old for you, ask the NNL (National Kneeball League).  The Cork jumped in anyway. The Cork will not float in Lake PDJT.  He’s going down.

Bob Corker is an example of what is wrong with Mitch McConnell’s Rat establishment Republican Party. Corker is the poster child and could be the cover boy for Peter Schweizer’s book Throw Them All Out that documented the legalized (and not) thievery by the Caligula, D.C. ruling class PsOS. 

Corker isn’t running for re-election.  PDJT says Corker isn’t running because PDJT refused to endorse him.  I don’t know.  More likely in my mind is that Corker has come to the realization that he will need to devote all of his time and effort to keep his rotten thieving azz out of jail.  The take no prisoners PDJT guy, Roger Stone, has the rundown here on Corker’s long list of dirty dealings here.  My hope is they throw Corker in jail for 10 years.  Until these guys start doing hard time, like you or I would for this kind of BS, this $h!t will continue.

The Cork is a typical BS politician.  The problem with politicians is 99.999% are crooked azzbags.  Another problem is that 99.9999% are more interested in keeping their jobs than doing their jobs.  

That’s why Lex has come around to term limits.  I have always thought that elections were term limits of sorts.  I’ve come to think incumbents have a clear and unfair advantage in primary and general elections, so term limits are apparently the only way keep turning the swamp creatures over on a regular basis*.  These swamp creatures show up to Caligula, D.C. as clean run of the mill rookie thieves.  Then they stay forever honing their thieving skills until they all become slimy swamp creature experts.

*NOTE:  CA senator and lifetime swamp creature DiFi announced that she’ll run for re-election.  If re-elected**, she’ll be 91 at end of her term.

**NOTE:  It’s CA.  Of course she’ll be re-elected.

With Judge Roy Moore’s win in AL, PDJT confidant Steve Bannon has fired a shot, not over the bow but, right through the powder magazine of Mitch McConnell’s ReR flag ship the USS Rat House.  Bannon is promising a primary challenge to every ReR up for re-election. Best news ever.

PDJT is laying an epic azz wippin’ on the NNL
If you don’t believe me, you should but, Steven A. Smith agrees.  He says PDJT has won this round by turning the issue into one of patriotism rather than some ill-advised protest about something no one can explain in one sentence.  I don’t care for Smith using the words “high jacked” for PDJT's effort.  It’s more like PDJT’s “common sense” observation or PDJT’s sense of the heart of the American people and the average football fan.

In more good news, ESPN has suspended political commentator Jemele Hill for suggesting a boycott of Dallas Cowboy sponsors after Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones told player stand for the Anthem or sit for the game. 

In even better news, Rev? Al Not-So-Sharp-Ton is going to be demonstrating outside ESPN today protesting Hill’s suspension.  I love it when there is this kind of Lefty Lib on Lefty Lib fratricide.  It’s like when Black Thugs Matter shut down an ACLU event claiming it was white supremacists liberalism. 

Roger Goodell should grow a set of manly orbs and institute a rule today – stand for the Anthem or be suspended for two games, and put an end to this before the Veterans Day weekend.  Sitting for the Anthem on Veterans Day is not an optic the NNL will survive.  To be honest, the league is dead already, but there’s still 100s of millions on the table as the league slowly commits suicide.  The slower the suicide the  more money to be made.

Monday, October 09, 2017

Players engaged in disrespectful PR stunt, upset at being upstaged by a respectful PR stunt

Eric Reid is the perfect spokesman for why the way overpaid National Kneeball League (NKL) douchebags are disrespecting the Anthem, flag and the country. According to the super smart Reid, "This [protest] is not about the military.  This is not about the flag. This is not about the anthem.”

Hmm.  That makes about as much sense as protesting down at the abortion center but claiming it’s not about abortion.  It is about abortion.  It makes as much sense as me telling you I’m protesting the NKL by not watching any of their BS games, but it is not about NKL.  Oh wait.  It is.  Then there's the age old adage, it's not about the money.  What's the one thing that's absolutely certain when someone says, "It's not about the money?"  You can take it to the bank, it's about the money.

So, okay Eric, why do it during the Anthem then?  Huh?  Can’t hear you. 

So if taking a knee during the Anthem is not about the flag or the Anthem, what is it about?  Well according to Reid it’s about equality and “systematic oppression.”  Great!  I’ve been calling for equality in the NKL for years.  The league is populated by athletically talented minos by over 70%.  Were it not for that inequality, there’s no doubt a mediocre talent like myself could have had a shot*.

NOTE:  Unless “equality” included mandatory hiring of slow, uncoordinated, under-weight white guys with no hand eye coordination, I’d still never have made it.  Even if there was a rule requiring hiring a certain number of players from that set, I’d still probably not have been in the running - unless there was a rule requiring the hiring of a least one player on each team from the bottom 10% of that set. So yeah, if that’s the case for the NKL, NO JUSTICE.  NO PEACE.

So what is this "systemic oppression" Reid is talking about?  Well part of it is if the Vice President of the United States comes to a game and decides to walk out to protest the protesters, that’s systemic oppression. 

YGBSM.  Can anyone really be that obtuse and hypocritical?  Sadly, there is no limit to the stupidity and hypocrisy of the left.  According to the Lefty Libs, VP Pence walking out on a protest of the American flag and Anthem is a “PR stunt.”  And NKL douchebags taking a knee during the Anthem is…what?  Oh right, a PR stunt.

Friday, October 06, 2017

Go ahead and ban 'em. It will solve nothing.

A quick perusal of the Interweb finds that all manner of Caligula, D.C. swamp creature ruling class azzbags seem willing to jerk their knees and “do something” about bump stocks.  Fine.  Ban them.  But before you do you might consider that banning a bump stock will be about as effective in limiting their availability as it was when congress got the bright idea to ban beer.

Like beer, the recipe for building a do-it-yourself bump stock is out there, the ingredients are all legal to obtain, cheap and it requires no special skills or tools to complete the job.  If you doubt me, you shouldn’t but go ahead, search “DYI bump stock”” for yourself. Here and here is the tip of the iceberg of my search.

Those sites and videos indicate several things.  One, you don’t need a degree from MIT to engineer a bump stock.  Two, you don’t need a machine shop or anything outside what might be found in the typical tinkerer’s garage.  Three, none of these people look like wild-eyed mass murderers.  They look average gunners and guys who like make things. Four, none of what is required to build the bump stock would involve anyone taking out a loan or even borrowing $10 from a friend.  The necessary materials are all laying around the average garage. 

NOTE: Well, on second thought, I consider myself an average gunner and had never heard of a bump stock until the Vegas shootings. So let’s call them gun enthusiasts.

Now if you’re a Lefty Lib azzbag and think, well at least it’ll take some time and effort for these “cretins” to work their evil, watch this guy use the belt loop on his trousers to bump fire an M-1 carbine.

Now do you get a sense of how stupid and asinine it is to ban this devise?  It’s like banning the sale of birdhouses.  A guy can build one in an hour using easily acquired inexpensive material – discarded pallet wood, a handsaw, drill, hammer and nails.

Maybe that’s why the Demo-Dopes want to ban bump stocks. When the ban fails, because the idiots banning them are only ½ as smart as the population they trying to regulate, the Dopes can then argue:  Well, we tried commonsense gun control and it failed.  The only answer left is a total ban and confiscation of semiautomatic weapons.  It’s the least we can do for the children.

So banning this devise is next to useless for the intended purpose.  Criminals will make their own in an hour and save money by doing so.  Knowing that the ban is useless, expect congress to move full speed ahead on it.  After all, if it weren’t for doing the useless, congress wouldn’t be doing anything at all.

Now if you’re wondering how we have slid so far into the abyss, this picture will explain a lot.  Commonsense is dead. 

Thursday, October 05, 2017

Michael Moore reads Lex

Long post.  Edit it yourself.  I don't have time to go back and read it..

In the post under, Lex starts the conversation on gun control, which, like the conversation on race, has been going on most of his adult life, by asking Lefty Libs to propose a “new 2nd Amendment.”  Lex was pretty sure the Lefties wouldn’t take the bait because it would expose their ultimate goal of banning all guns all of the time.

Well one Lefty gave it a shot.  No it wasn’t the Left’s new policy expert on all things, Hank Kimble’s younger brother - Jimmy.  Michael Moore gave it shot here.  This what Moore came up with:

“A well regulated State National Guard, being helpful to the safety and security of a State in times of need, along with the strictly regulated right of the people to keep and bear a limited number of non-automatic Arms for sport and hunting, with respect to the primary right of all people to be free from gun violence, this shall not be infringed.

It’s clear that tried to use the language of the current 2nd Amendment to form the base for his new 2nd Amendment.  Moore start using the exact same language for the current 2nd Amendment, but probably has no idea what the term “A well regulated militia” means.  Note that the framers chose “A well regulated militia” rather than “The well regulated militia.” That means that there can be many militias.

The “well regulated” part is left to stand alone.  It does not a say “a government well regulated militia...”  The common understanding is that that omission means the militia is expected to regulate itself.

The term “militia” has a meaning outside the common notion of rednecks running through the woods shooting guns on weekend.  It more often refers to the entire population of able-bodied people not under government control confined to a local area. Militias are historically temporary and used almost exclusively for defense.  

None of this probably makes one wit of difference to Moore.  That’s the problem.  Moore starts out by apparently conflating the National Guard with a militia.  The National Guard is not local but National hence the name "National" Guard. It is not self-regulated but rather regulated by state and federal authorities.  So it is well under government control.

All this means is the opening of Moore’s proposed amendment is superfluous.  Given the meaning and utility of the word “militia” Moore should have chosen to keep it.  So let’s update Moore’s work.

“A well regulated State National Guard militia, being helpful to the safety and security of a State in times of need, along with the strictly regulated right of the people to keep and bear a limited number of non-automatic Arms for sport and hunting, with respect to the primary right of all people to be free from gun violence, this shall not be infringed.

The next part is not all that much different from the original.  In addition to “being necessary to the security” part, Moore adds being “helpful to the safety” to his proposed amendment.

Fine what does “safety” mean? Will the militia be called out to provide “safety” guards at the local schools? Will they be directing traffic at road construction?  Safety is BS word.

Moore uses fudge the word "helpful" as opposed to the original “necessary.”  What is “helpful”?  Just about anything and everything.  So substituting the word “necessary” with the word “helpful” is obviously an attempt to grow the federal government.  No doubt Moore sees Black Thugs Matter, the New (same as the old) Black Panthers, AntiFa etc. as “helpful.”  The Tea Party, NRA, Catholic Church etc. not so much.  Better to keep the thng that are "necessary" rather than open it up to all things "helpful."  

Moore also omits the word “free” altogether when referring to a state. Omitting the word “free” is totally understandable.  Freedom is an anathema to the Michael Moores of this world and restricting it is the whole purpose for the re-write of the 2nd Amendment in the first place.

So let’s update Moore’s work with a more rational amendment: 
“A well regulated State National Guard militia, being helpful necessary to the safety and security of a free State in times of need, along with the strictly regulated right of the people to keep and bear a limited number of non-automatic Arms for sport and hunting, with respect to the primary right of all people to be free from gun violence, this shall not be infringed.

Moore adds “in times of need” which is again totally superfluous.  Why would you call out the militia if you didn’t need it?  Let’s update Moore’s work.

“A well regulated State National Guard militia, being helpful necessary to the safety and security of a free State in times of need, along with the strictly regulated right of the people to keep and bear a limited number of non-automatic Arms for sport and hunting, with respect to the primary right of all people to be free from gun violence, this shall not be infringed.”  

Moore then goes on to consider “the strictly regulated right of the people to keep and bear a limited number of non-automatic Arms for sport and hunting…”  Finally, Mike you got to the meat of the subject.

First “strictly regulated.”  Mike there are already in excess of 20,000 laws on the books regarding guns.  I’m sure the next 5 or 6 laws congress passes will have as much effect on gun ownership as the first 20,000. Gun ownership is already “strictly regulated.”

Next “a limited number.”  Okay fine. 1,000 is more limited than a 1,001.  And 10,000 is more limited than 10,001.  As long as “limited” is considered one more than the most ardent collector, I’m good with limited.  But it is just stupid.

Next non-automatic.  Automatic weapons are already all but banned – idiot.

Next for sport and hunting.  What else is there?  Collecting.  Collectors have to be the least likely bunch to ever fire their weapons.  They are interested in historic weapons for the most part. We’ve been down this road before.  Trying to limit weapons by the way they look and what they are used for.  A shotgun in close quarters will be a far more deadly weapon than a sporting rifle.  So when the next loon uses a shotgun the next step will be the banning of shotguns.  AS noted, we’ve been down this road before.  It’s a dead end.  So let’s up date:

“A well regulated State National Guard militia, being helpful necessary to the safety and security of a free State in times of need, along with the strictly regulated right of the people to keep and bear a limited number of non-automatic Arms for sport and hunting, with respect to the primary right of all people to be free from gun violence, this shall not be infringed.

The last bit of Moore’s proposal is pure gobooldygook.  The “primary right of all people to be free from gun violence”?  YGBSM.  Let’s just pass a law making it illegal to kill or otherwise harm someone with a gun or anything else for that matter?  Oh!  Right.  It’s already illegal, and that’s not even part of the 20,000 plus gun laws.  It’s just illegal to kill and otherwise harm people without cause.

So let’s update one more time:

A well regulated State National Guard militia, being helpful necessary to the safety and security of a free State in times of need, along with the strictly regulated the right of the people to keep and bear a limited number of non-automatic Arms for sport and hunting, with respect to the primary right of all people to be free from gun violence, this shall not be infringed.

Okay, there’s something I can live with.  Just few changes and we’re in complete agreement Mike.  And only 27 words.  Good work, Mike.

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Let's talk commonsense gun control

Okay, now it’s time to start the conversation on gun control.  I’ll go first.  We know what the Lefty Libs want – a ban on all hand guns and rifles.  We know that is the end goal.  We know that the lying azzbag Lefty Libs will lie through their butts about the goal. We are not fools. We know what the Peloser and Chuckles the clown want.

So let’s start the conversation by pointing out the obvious obstacle to the kind of “commonsense gun control” the Dopes want  - the 2nd Amendment: 

“A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

The last four words of the 2nd Amendment make it clear that congress cannot infringe on the right to keep bear and bear arms.  They already have, but to pass the kind of commonsense gun control the Lefty Libs want it will be sure to bump against the 2nd Amendment and “infringe” on the rights of the people to keep and bear arms.  They know it.  We know it.  So let’s just get it out in the open.  Commonsense gun control will require an amendment to the constitution.  

So lefty libs, what should the 2nd Amendment look like?  How should it be amended to accommodate your commonsense changes?  Put it down on paper and sign it so we all know your desired end state.  After that we’ll start the conversation. 

The Lefty Libs will never agree to such a conversation.  They know the only way to reach their goal is like cooking lobster, slowly turn up the heat so that it’s nearly imperceptible to the target. Then when the target finally figures out what’s happening, it’s too late.

Azzbag Lefty Libs know that they cannot win this if their end state were identified.  They know they cannot win this through a vote by the American people.  So they just incrementally restrict this, then that bit by bit.

Okay azzbagz the conversation has begun.  Jimmy Kimmle, you’re an expert on guns, medical policy, space exploration, castration of alligators, tree trimming, computer verification, geometry, time space continuum theory and anything else the Demo-Party demands you carry water for them on, what should a 21st century 2nd Amendment look like?

Infidel nails it
In the comment section in the post two under, Infidel nails the shooter’s methods and equipment.

I felt certain the weapon had to be belt fed because the length of the bursts.  I limited my scope of investigation to my own experiences.  Why in the world would I take 3 minutes to look on the Interweb for a maximum capacity magazine when I already knew it was 30 rounds?  I knew it’s 30 rounds because I’ve never seen one that holds more than 30 rounds, and a 30 round magazine would not be sufficient sustain fire for the length of time of the bursts on video.  Who knew they made 50-60 round magazines?  The Infidel.

So Dr. Robertson was 100% correct when he told us, “It’s not what you don’t know that gets you into trouble.  It’s what you think you know that isn’t so that will cause you problems.”

I also had never heard of a “bump stock” until yesterday.  I thought messing with the internal mechanisims of the weapon was the only to make it fully automatic.  The bump stock devise shows how hard it is to legislate gun control.  The morons making the laws are generally about ½ as clever as the people they are trying to regulate.  Look at tax laws.  The congress legislates.  The smart people they are trying to regulate figure 50 ways around what the azzbag Caligula, D.C. ruling class dopes put in place before the ink dries on the president’s signature.

Let me wrap this up by saying F-the-NFL.  Fortunately, the Mon night ratings were in the toilet.  Keep it up Richard Craniums.  You're doing a heck of a job.

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Left so F'd-up Lex's sarcasm comes true

In yesterday’s post on random thoughts on the Vegas shooting there was a sort of throwaway line, a snarky thought that the left would celebrate the shooting because the victims were attending a Country Western concert so they were probably all white supremacist crackers who deserved it. The line truly was intended as a sarcastic throwaway. 

It turns out it is true and it is yet another indication of just what bunch of depraved, sick, total douches make up the left. 

The ghouls talking gun control as the wounded still bleed in the streets is ops normal for this bunch of creeps raised in the school of “never let a crisis go to waste.” 

Shrillda the Hutt was tweeting for gun control and against the NRA before the body count was final.  Someone needs to tell that 100 time loser that it’s ISIS claiming responsibility for shooting NOT the NRA.  The dummy also went on about “silencers.”  YGBSM.  She’s looked at too many movies.  Here’s a clever easily understood breakdown of the effectiveness of suppressors:

  • Library whisper – 30 db
  • Emergency vehicle siren – 115 db
  • Silenced .22 rifle – 116 db
  • Thunder – 120 db
  • Silenced 9mm pistol – 125 db
  • Dish breaking – 129 db
  • Jackhammer – 130 db
  • Silenced .223 rifle – 134 db
  • Silenced 12 gauge shotgun – 137 db
  • Jet taking off – 150 db
  • Non-silenced 12 gauge shotgun – 160 db
  • Non-silenced .223 rifle – 165 db
Now ask yourself, how F’d-up do you have to be to be happy, pleased, satisfied or even have an inkling that it’s okay to shoot hundreds of people for no other reason than they didn’t vote for the same person that you did? Well if you’d like to do a paper on the subject you’ll want to talk with Hayley Geftman-Gold a CBS lawyer who tweeted:

“If they wouldn’t do anything when children were murdered I have no hope the Repugs will ever do the right thing. I’m actually not even sympathetic bc country music fans are often republican gun toters.”

CBS fired the bitch.  She should have used the NFL rule to protect her job and claimed she had a 1st Amendment right to be a total azz and bore. Were CBS able to read minds, my guess is that they’d have to fire ¾ the staff for having the exact same thought but the good sense not to post it on social media and that would carry through all of the MSM.

There is compilation of several MSM azzbags advancing the idea that PDJT is only going to Las Vegas tomorrow because the victims (white supremacist Country Music fans) are his base.  This little POS, Jeff Zeleny, is but one example.    

I think this goes way beyond Trump Derangement Syndrome.  I think the sentiment would carry over to any Republican that had the temerity to get elected president over the Hutt.

So is ISIS responsible?  I don’t know.  But if what the family is saying is true, that the shooter had no fascination with guns etc. it seems likely he had to have had help modifying the weapons. The idea that “he snapped” doesn’t seem likely.  You don’t snap and then spend what would seems like weeks required to plan this type of attack.

Someone who “snapped” would be more likely to buy a gun and walk into the nearest hotel and start shooting. I think that’s why they call it “snapped” it happens in an instant. A good question for a shrink, does someone who snaps ever unsnap? 

Let me wrap up this scintillating piece by saying F-the-NFL.  No word yet on the number of players who have taken the rational precaution to move their families out of the hell hole they call America to the safety of Venezuela or Cuba.  Still no word on what the protest is about, except it is not about the anthem they refuse to stand for or Colin Kapernick who made it clear he WAS PROTESTING AMERICA. The next excrement head, Pete Carroll wannbe who uses that BS line of logic should be asked to look into the camera and tell Colin Kaepernick he’s a Richard Cranium for his BS protest which isn’t anything like the current NFL BS protest.

Monday, October 02, 2017

Random thoughts on Las Vegas:

Here we go again.

When I heard the first reports of the Las Vegas shooting, they were talking about “automatic gun fire” and I thought, here we go again, confusing semiautomatic with fully automatic.  Then I heard the shooting on tv.  That’s fully automatic gun fire.  It sounds like an M-60 machine gun on that video. 

That means that someone with pretty good connections is behind all of this. Because automatic weapons are all pretty much illegal in the US. 

There are means whereby someone who knows what they are doing can pretty easily modify sporting rifles from a semiautomatic to a fully automatic, something to do with the sear mechanism.  The main problem with screwing with the sear, if you do not know precisely what you’re doing, is that the weapon can become a runaway.  The trigger doesn’t function properly and the weapon will not stop shooting until it runs out of ammo.

Unless the shooter had a modified magazine of some sort, the shooting seemed to go on too long between stoppages for a magazine fed weapon.  Sounds like a belt fed weapon to me.

As a famous idiot once said, what difference at this point does it make?  Well I think it does make a difference.  The type of weapon may indicate a larger conspiracy.  Anyone can get a sporting rifle.  A few in that number have the knowledge to modify it. Obtaining a belt fed machine gun and ammo is a far more difficult prospect and possibly indicates a wider cabal.  

I suppose all of this will be run to ground soon enough.

Prediction:  Before the bodies cool to room temperature, the Demo-Dopes will be wailing about “common sense gun control.”  Well if the weapon was a fully automatic, they are all pretty well controlled all ready.  

So, the target was a country music festival.  That means the crowd was predominately white.  (I know.  There he goes again, profiling.) So I guess these white supremacists crackers listening to  music without swear words were just getting what they deserved, right?

If there is any good news in this terribly bad situation, it is that the shooter chose to shoot from the 32 floor.  Had the shooter chose to shoot from a lower floor, the casualty count would have been much worse. Plunging fire, shooting down on the target, is the least accurate. Had the shooter been at shoulder level or lower of the crowd and shot across the crowd, every round would have hit one or more victims.

Well let me close this out by saying F-the-NFL.  If any of those BS artists take a knee tonight, the stadium should walk out after the last note of the anthem.