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limric said...

Let’s not overlook Mickey - the serious questions that Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va. Ohio, who is calling for a select committee to be established to conduct another round of snipe hunts demands answers for.

They include:

Are the CIA whistle-blowers bodies are now lying at the bottom of the Potomac? Was David Petraeus being blackmailed by the Chinese again? To what effect are Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright involved? Did Susan Rice fly to Tripoli, have a steamy liaison with a clone of Ayman al-Zawahiri created in a secret DNC Chicago laboratory, then go to Benghazi where she personally killed Ambassador Chris Stevens with a hat pin? Where are my shoes?? He later angrily stated that unless someone gave him back his shoes, they’ll spin this into ‘The Never Ending Story’!

May 1, 2014 at 2:08 p.m.
limric said...


You are dealing with a person (Conservative) that personifies childlike logic/semantics. And expects everyone to respect it as knowledgeable cogent dialog. It's not!

An example:

My granddaughter came to me once and said "LOOK! I can spell baby" then she proceeded to spell Bob. I said, that’s good sweetie but it doesn't spell baby, it spells Bob. She looked up and said, "well, then I can spell Bob!"

Once you identify it, it’s easy to deal with. And oft times amusing.

April 30, 2014 at 9:55 a.m.
limric said...

Here’s something for the Tea Party to blow their kazoo’s about. But will they? Nah. If it’s not Benghazi or Obama Care it’s tooooo complicated.

The Senate stripped a provision from an intelligence bill that would have required the President to make public each year (whenever he feels like it actually) the number of people blowed up in targeted killing operations (drone attacks) in countries where the United States uses lethal force...and where the victims can’t fight back.

The NSA and National security officials in the Obama administration objected strongly to having to pretty much say anything about the scope of their dirty work -- and the Senate caved. What was that President Obama was going to call his administration? Oh yea, “The most transparent administration in history.”

If this doesn’t outrage the nation (and Tea Partiers) we aren’t a nation of sheep so much as a mushroom farm.

April 30, 2014 at 9:17 a.m.
limric said...


You’re right, I don’t feel that ”when "licensed" gun owners misuse or mishandle their firearms that it should go unpunished.” You are (as are others) broad brushing the issue, and me. The essence of the disagreement boils down to this: ‘If you don’t agree with increased control/registration, then you’re a gun nut and you’re Wild West mind set is unhealthy in a modern civilized society.’ It is a fallacious and disingenuous slant.

By the way, I think you need to look further into the Georgia case you mentioned. And in the same vein; do you think the George Zimmerman (of Florida fame) case was fairly adjudicated?

April 28, 2014 at 12:19 p.m.
limric said...

This Irrational fear of guns and owners has provides a rabid desire for knee jerk – i.e. ‘Tinkerbelle Legislation’.

One wave of the magic wand -- er, passing of a new gun law and POUFF!! -- guns will instantly disappear from the hands of criminals and the unworthy. Ah…no.

Heads in the sand?? There are a myriad of laws regarding firearm use in the commission of a crime. The need for the a fore mentioned legislation conveniently omits this fact. Why?

By the way, what's today's drone death count?

April 28, 2014 at 11:22 a.m.
limric said...

The comparison is flawed Alprova. Owning and operating an automobile is not a right; bearing arms is. That’s a substantial difference.

Also. Guns are not 3000lb steel projectiles hurtling about – everywhere – every day.

Think about it. On a daily basis, how many motor vehicles do you see or actually use? You can’t keep track can you. Now, how about guns. How many do you see or actually use during the same period? Not that many, if any at all.

That too is a substantial difference.

April 28, 2014 at 9:16 a.m.
limric said...

God damn tankers! I'm still a bit hard of hearing because you guys can't see who's -- HEY!! Wait a -- BOOM!!

April 27, 2014 at 6:39 p.m.
limric said...


I think you are underestimating soullessness of 'careerists' and the rise & power of the 'warrior cops'.

April 27, 2014 at 6:33 p.m.
limric said...

So Rickaroo,

What do you propose as a solution? If the 'POS' 2nd amendment is repealed as you wish, what then?

Remember, you own a gun. With the 2nd amendments repeal, you no longer have a right to have it. What then? You then become a criminal!?! "While that is indeed a hypothetical, it is a pretty damn logical hypothetical."

"I own a gun myself and I have no problem with gun ownership." Until you do.

You're trying to have it both ways.

I never advocated a Dodge City nation, nor do I have a 'gun slinging cowboy' mentality. You assumption that my defense of my rights automatically brands me as a gun nut is wrong and does not further your point of view.

April 27, 2014 at 4:19 p.m.
limric said...


Umm - As I was saying about there being just many that are equally passionate about modifying or dispensing with the separation of church & state.

See Conservatives soundly reasoned and coherent commentary.

Or was that a fart?

April 27, 2014 at 2:09 p.m.

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