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limric said...

Supposition everywhere. The inability of some to stay on subject. Misplaced blame (It’s somehow Obama’s fault) and some extraordinarily childish commentary.

Points to ponder:

  1. This was a passenger plane flying over territory despite the fact it is known that pro-Russian rebels had pretty advanced SAM missiles, knew how to use them. And have.

  2. In just the past week or so, rebel (whatever that means to whom) SAM’s have struck at least three Ukrainian air force planes in the region — two Su-25’s, and an An-26.

  3. Almost immediately after the plane was downed, all worldwide media outlets knew conclusively the type of missile, what type of mobile launcher and who did it. How were they all informed so rapidly? And by whom?

  4. There is no (at least not as of this writing) any hard corroborating evidence to support the authenticity of voice intercepts.

And lest us forget:

In 2001, Ukraine’s military accidentally shot down a Russian passenger airliner flying over the Black Sea from Tel Aviv to Novorossisk, killing 78 people onboard. After over a week of denials, Ukraine finally admitted responsibility.

In 1988, the US Vincennes (A Ticonderoga class cruiser) mistakenly shot down an Iranian passenger plane in the Persian Gulf, killing 290 passengers on board. The commanding officer in charge of the USS Vincennes not only wasn’t punished, but instead was awarded the Legion of Honor medal two years later by President George (ptui) Bush.

In 1983 a Russian Su-15 shot down a Korean 747; initially denied knowledge of the incident but later fessed up and admitted the shoot down, but claimed the aircraft was on a spy mission.

Like I said, this smells.

July 18, 2014 at 1:57 p.m.
limric said...

Hmm. A 777 is shot down over the Ukraine yesterday morning. And amazingly we knew by that afternoon what kind of missile, what kind of mobile launcher and through 'unverifiable' telephone intercepts who hit the trigger. How is it possible (was the launcher in a town square for Christ's sake-I doubt it) to know so much so soon? Something smells.

July 18, 2014 at 7:56 a.m.
limric said...

Good job Clay. You're right on the money.

Corporations (in this case Hobby Lobby) are legal fictions (and please pipe down about their phony religious values) that are created specifically to be SEPARATE from their human owners and operators. Corporations can no more hold religious beliefs than they can have their feelings hurt. And as such, the concept of corporate personhood relies on exemption of liability for owners. If in fact the owners feel their moral convictions are not exempt of moral liability and court orders still confirm exemption for moral opinions of owners what then we have are corporate ‘personhoods’ exempt from laws and accountability based on owners opinions of law and laws outcomes on owners personal opinions. With this ruling, we see expanding corporate personhood rights over public opinions as presumed reflected in law. Once again we find that corporations are above laws and norms we all must live by. Corporations make the laws but are most often not accountable to them.

Some (just a few) posting here obviously understands that, the idiots on the Supreme Court do not.

July 2, 2014 at 6:51 p.m.
limric said...

Not bad today Mr. Bennett. You did however miss a golden opportunity to present what a replacement name and pennant should be. --- So I will.

I’m not offended in the least about the name “Redskins.” I am offended that such a noble race is associated with Washington DC. A more fitting name would be the “Washington Gangsters.” A black pennant trimmed with gold scrambled eggs and a caricature of a snarling Dick Cheney (or other criminal politician of which there are many). In curved annotation under the portrait, their motto: “Heads we win, tails you lose.”

It is, as inquiringmind said, ”a tempest in a teapot.”

June 22, 2014 at 12:24 p.m.
limric said...

I’m heartened to see a corrupt and truly disgusting individual get booted on his keester.

His opponent David Brat has said repeatedly: “I’m not against business. I’m against big business in bed with big government.” Also saying: ”All of the investment banks, up in New York and DC, they should have gone to jail.” Hmm…..yea I agree 100%.

While I’m encouraged that a Republican can say something like that and win as a Republican, I prefer to wait and see what becomes of his populist slogans once he is elected and subject to the same fund-raising pressure as other incumbents; and GOP insiders crush him for attempting to take on powerful elites in mean Washington.

Hopefully, this kind of ass-kicking is exactly the out-the-door policy ‘progressives’ start doing to get rid of the corrupt Democrats. Then, our country might have a chance.

The Penis Bros attempt to distract with flags, gays, terrorists and commies can't keep suppressing/disguising blatant criminality and cronyism forever. But then again, there is an overabundance of the Jack Dennis types, so maybe they can.

One can only dream…

June 15, 2014 at 10:18 a.m.
limric said...

A round of applause Clay. Well done. A perfect depiction of the chaos wrought by combining evil & incompetence. .

June 14, 2014 at 7:01 a.m.
limric said...

Good cartoon today Clay. As have been some other recent offerings.

I’ve posted this before but today’s subject warrants a reprise:

It’s high time the populace of this country to finally admit to themselves (as I have) that the United States government, our government - “A nation, conceived in Liberty. A government of the people, by the people, for the people" has been transformed into a vast criminal enterprise, whose sole purpose is to provide the means by which the predator class legalizes and carries out its program of fraud, theft, exploitation, conquest and domination. We now live in a land with a lawless (un)-representative government; where the powerful and important make, then break the law, and never be brought to account.

What’s being passed off come 2016 elections amount to no more than a competition between debased and rancid crime families for temporary supremacy in the role of head of the District of Columbia's chief Mafia consigliores’ and enforcers.

Our vaunted leaders are no more than the vanguard of an army of brazen and soulless Mafiosi bureaucrats who think nothing of engaging in acts of fraud, theft, mass murder, torture, brutality, and the literal destruction of planet earth in order to feed their insatiable lust for wealth beyond the dreams of avarice, as well as the deviant joy that all sociopathic/imbecilic personalities experience from the infliction of suffering in others.

According to the Declaration of Independence, governments "derive their just powers from the consent of the governed" -- alas, today that "consent" amounts to nothing more than the sheep being ‘allowed’ a choice of whether to appoint a blue wolf or a red wolf, chosen - not by consensus, but fiat by elites as representatives/guardians of the flock.

If that reality is to ever change, it will have to come from outside accepted channels of political redress (tax strike anyone?), which as things currently stand amount to no more than the plank strapped precariously over the sea. It matters not that you are cast into the azure deep, for the pirate ship of state already has your booty.

A quote from Kafka's "The Trial" comes to mind:

“It is not necessary to accept everything as true, one must only accept it as necessary. A melancholy conclusion,” says Josef. “It turns lying into a universal principle.”

June 8, 2014 at 10:43 a.m.
limric said...

Pretty cute Clay. I'll bet every little kid has asked that question once in their lives.

I know you conservative types couldn't wait to throw down the lazy/Liberal comparison, but I think a more apt metaphor would be the little boy as a defense contractor. Mommy being us of course.

May 11, 2014 at 7:19 a.m.
limric said...


So. ”BO completely fooled you libs.” That….is a true statement. Whereas ”BO is a fool.” That…is not a true statement. Obama is a fraud, a vacuous opportunist and is one of the greatest political con men in American history - but not a fool.

Welcome to America’s post Constitutional era.

Oh yea, don't forget to call or write your representatives and say NO to the TPP.

May 7, 2014 at 3:14 p.m.
limric said...


Since you decided to make the blanket statement that ”there was no fraud” may I suggest a video that might change your mind - or at the very least raise an eyebrow. It’s called “Hacking Democracy”. It’s pretty eye opening. Link is below. It is about an hour and a half.

May 7, 2014 at 11:06 a.m.

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