May 28, 2017

The South will rise again..

..yeee haw!

..from my good friend and high-school classmate, Tom, the retired Atlanta homicide dick.

May 27, 2017

Keep f**king that chicken, Hillary!

Too got not to run at the front of this post:

I hang out at three blogs regularly: The Sparta Report (expatriates of Hot Air formed Hot Gas and then renamed it The Sparta report), Weasel Zippers, and Jim Hoft's The Gateway Pundit. All have their compelling reasons to visit. The Sparta Report is kind of a home with family: many of the folks who I soldiered with since 2006 when I started all of this internet nonsense. But it is run by working stiffs who have day jobs and, while they do a superb job of getting up commentary, it's sometime a little late to arrive. I have little room to complain given that I suffer from the same malaise in that there are demands on my time between 0800 and 1700 each weekday. But I love those folks and treasure our electron-fueled association.

Weasel Zippers attracted me early on because of its stellar war porn and topical immediacy. I mean, where else can you see flying Jihadi BPs, goat-humping idiots hooting "aloha snackbar" shooting themselves in the foot, or the ka-rumpf of a Hellfie missile viewed in a chopper target cam. WZ puts up a headline, an explanatory picture and a witty one-to-two sentence remark and let's the commenters take it form there.

But the Gaterway Pundit takes the cake when it comes to commenter and the images they post. In a recent post, there was a discussion of how the delusional Hippo flanks still refuses to that responsibility for her dreary loss last November. The images verge on the sublime to the ridiculous. Here are some for your viewing pleasure.

..and here are a few from the treasure trove over at WX:

..and as they say, ""


May 21, 2017

No reason; just want to capture this!

Great re-mixes:

May 19, 2017

Frustrating Friday; Fuck the Bedwetters!

I am getting so fucking annoyed with all these tutu wearing Summer Soldiers and Sunshine Patriots; the hand wringers; the bed wetters and Nervous Norvises who sit there and whine about how Trump has failed them and Trump has let them down 115 days onto office.

As Lady Macbeth so famously said, "Screw your courage to the sticking place" which I guess was Scottish for man up and grow a pair you assholes! Here's a few real-world recommendations for those with their panties in a bunch:

Subscribe to "Your 1600 Daily" and get in the habit of reading it.
It is a daily newsletter that is an echo of what the President's doing or has done, where he is going, and otherwise what's shaking with the executive branch. I must tell you it's not "wake up at 9:00; have breakfast; shoot a round of golf; have lunch; shoot another round of golf; have a few martinis and a smoke and then fly off to some Dem fundraiser just before taking two weeks off for vacation". That ship sailed with the Lawn Jockey POTUS. Now it's biz 24/7/365 and some very daily surprise visitors.

But, then again, you won't hear about it because you have your fucking face in the tube all day or Drudge or the NYT or some other MSM shit hole and all you hear those dickeads and dickheadettes bloviate about is how Trump got two scoops of ice cream and that he ought to be carted off to federal prison.

Oh yeah, there;s this little tidbit you missed when you were curled up with your binkie and bottle in your safe space: the economy is back. Here's Charles Payne on the subject:

Read The Art of the Deal
It basically is the best description of the temper, tenor, and demeanor of the man who is our forty fifth president. It describes his bulldog determination and persistence -- the traits that, along with his intelligence and no-nonsense business acumen -- allowed him to parlay the few millions he got from father into the multi-national empire he built up today,

Sure, there are detractors and those who whine and niggle about how he used the tax code to his advantage by taking advantage of "unfair loophoples" -- the very same breaks that  are designed to spur business and put the coal to the economy. Not to dwell on this but some of these critics have been so embarrassingly naive in their criticism as to call into doubt their supposed business credentials.  But we won't dwell on this, will we, Mud Slide Slim?

The bottom line is that we are just beginning to drain the swamp and, as I have stated, when you do that, do not expect the alligators and snakes and insects and vermin to love you. But the job is to root out this slime and corruption and not pay them any heed while doing so.

Their screaming and wailing and gnashing of teeth means you're doing your job correctly.

Oh, and will someone throw a rope around that bony bitch, Ann Coulter, and stuff a used MaxiPad in her mouth? There's one turncoat bitch who was on board  the Trump train until it hit the first bump and then she started whining.

No use for her; no use for any of you unless you are willing to see this through to the end.

So grab a pick and shovel and get to work!

Trump Thought of the Day

19 May 2017: Feel Good Friday!

Here's a couple of tidbits to brighten your day:

Sure glad to see Beckel go. He was a recovering alcoholic and a blowhard of epic proportions who wore out his re-welcome almost as soon as he was re-hired. His screeds and on-air bloviations were irritating and it is easy to imagine someone cold-cocking this drunken, coke-fueled irascible asshole in a bar sometime.

As to Wiener, I am down on my knees, praying fervently that he does time in stir. Pedos in prison are not among the most beloved in that population and it is among my most fondest of wishes he emerges from The Greybar Hotel with a profound inability to sit comfortably on traffic bollards or fire plugs with any degree of ease.

..just sayin'.

ADD Fell Good Friday..courtesy Weasel Zippers:

May 18, 2017

May 9, 2017

Nah..nah..nah..nah..hey..hey..hey..gooooood bye..

ADD FIRING - Rosenstein's memo recommedng Comey be fired. (Emphasis added.)
Memorandum for the Attorney General
FROM: Rod J Rosenstein
SUBJECT: Restoring public confidence in the FBI

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has long been regarded as our nation's premier federal investigative agency. Over the past year, however, the FBI's reputation and credibility have suffered substantial damage, and it has affected the entire Department of Justice. That is deeply troubling to many Department employees and veterans, legislators and citizens.

The current FBI Director is an articulate and persuasive speaker about leadership and the immutable principles of the Department of Justice. He deserves our appreciation for his public service. As you and I have discussed, however, I cannot defend the Director's handling of the conclusion of the investigation of Secretary Clinton's emails, and I do not understand his refusal to accept the nearly universal judgment that he was mistaken. Almost everyone agrees that the Director made serious mistakes; it is one of the few issues that unites people of diverse perspectives.

The director was wrong to usurp the Attorney General's authority on July 5, 2016, and announce his conclusion that the case should be closed without prosecution. It is not the function of the Director to make such an announcement. At most, the Director should have said the FBI had completed its investigation and presented its findings to federal prosecutors. The Director now defends his decision by asserting that he believed attorney General Loretta Lynch had a conflict. But the FBI Director is never empowered to supplant federal prosecutors and assume command of the Justice Department. There is a well-established process for other officials to step in when a conflict requires the recusal of the Attorney General. On July 5, however, the Director announced his own conclusions about the nation's most sensitive criminal investigation, without the authorization of duly appointed Justice Department leaders.

Compounding the error, the Director ignored another longstanding principle: we do not hold press conferences to release derogatory information about the subject of a declined criminal investigation. Derogatory information sometimes is disclosed in the course of criminal investigations and prosecutions, but we never release it gratuitously. The Director laid out his version of the facts for the news media as if it were a closing argument, but without a trial. It is a textbook example of what federal prosecutors and agents are taught not to do.

In response to skeptical question at a congressional hearing, the Director defended his remarks by saying that his "goal was to say what is true. What did we do, what did we find, what do we think about it." But the goal of a federal criminal investigation is not to announce our thoughts at a press conference. The goal is to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to justify a federal criminal prosecution, then allow a federal prosecutor who exercises authority delegated by the Attorney General to make a prosecutorial decision, and then - if prosecution is warranted - let the judge and jury determine the facts. We sometimes release information about closed investigations in appropriate ways, but the FBI does not do it sua sponte.
Concerning his letter to the Congress on October 28, 2016, the Director cast his decision as a choice between whether he would "speak" about the FBI's decision to investigate the newly-discovered email messages or "conceal" it. "Conceal" is a loaded term that misstates the issue. When federal agents and prosecutors quietly open a criminal investigation, we are not concealing anything; we are simply following the longstanding policy that we refrain from publicizing non-public information. In that context, silence is not concealment.

My perspective on these issues is shared by former Attorneys General and Deputy Attorneys General from different eras and both political parties. Judge Laurence Silberman, who served as Deputy Attorneys General under President Ford, wrote that "it is not the bureau's responsibility to opine on whether a matter should be prosecuted." Silberman believes that the Director's "Performance was so inappropriate for an FBI director that [he] doubt[s] the bureau will ever completely recover." Jamie Gorelick, Deputy Attorney General under President George W. Bush, to opine that the Director had "chosen personally to restrike the balance between transparency and fairness, department from the department's traditions." They concluded that the Director violated his obligation to "preserve, protect and defend" the traditions of the Department and the FBI.

Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, who served under President George W Bush, observed the Director "stepped way outside his job in disclosing the recommendation in that fashion" because the FBI director "doesn't make that decision". Alberto Gonzales, who also served as Attorneys General under President George W Bush, called the decision "an error in judgement." Eric Holder, who served as Deputy Attorneys General under President Clinton and Attorneys General under President Obama, said that the Director's decision "was incorrect. It violated long-standing Justice Department policies and traditions. And it ran counter to guidance that I put in place four years ago laying out the proper way to conduct investigations during an election season." Holder concluded that the Director "broke with these fundamental principles" and "negatively affected public trust in both the Justice Department and the FBI".

Former Deputy Attorneys General Gorelick and Thompson described the unusual event as "read-time, raw-take transparency taken to its illogical limit, a kind of reality TV of federal criminal investigation," that is "antithetical to the interests of justice".

Donald Ayer, who served as Deputy Attorneys General under President HW Bush, along with former Justice Department officials, was "astonished and perplexed" by the decision to "break[] with longstanding practices followed by officials of both parties during past elections." Ayer's letter noted, "Perhaps most troubling… is the precedent set by this departure from the Department's widely-respected, non-partisan traditions."

Although the President has the power to remove an FBI director, the decision should not be taken lightly. I agree with the nearly unanimous opinions of former Department officials. The way the Director handled the conclusion of the email investigation was wrong. As a result, the FBI is unlikely to regain public and congressional trust until it has a Director who understands the gravity of the mistakes and pledges never to repeat them. Having refused to admit his errors, the Director cannot be expected to implement the necessary corrective actions.

..all of this said, it is incredible how the left and Trump haters are twisting and contorting themselves in order to make hay while the sun shines.


The Head Hackers are at it again:

narrator: "This idiot believed the promises of his state not to abandon him if he was captured.”

Moments later the man is beheaded.

The authenticity of the recording and the identity of the man could not immediately be verified, nor was it clear when the killing occurred. Russian senator Viktor Ozerov, who heads the defence committee in Russia's upper house of parliament, said the defence ministry would check the authenticity of the video. He told Russia's Interfax news agency: "Even if it is a fake, it shouldn't be left without attention. If it happened, then there will be hell to pay."

Russian forces are backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in his war with rebels and militants seeking to oust him.

The video showed scenes of what it described as the aftermath of Russian bombing raids in Syria. The Russian defence ministry says about 30 Russian servicemen have been killed since the start of the Kremlin's operation there in September 2015.

There will be hell to pay.

Don't you just love it? I mean that threat is from a guy who is part of the government of the country that evolved from the country/empire that overthrew a royal family, a multi-million man army and ruled for 70 years. That was a country who clung to its godless ideals more closely than these knife-wielding, chainsaw-waving, blowtorch-incinerating, goat humping Sand Niggers could ever dream of.

I am guessing that "Hell to pay" is code for "expect the survivors of your side to be living on a sheet of glass stretching as far as the eye can see." or "You thought the MOAB was big? We've got a fleet of TU-95s with what we call the MFOAB -- Mother FUCKER of all Bombs -- stuck in their bellies. And we're riding the trigger, eager to reach out an touch someone anytime".

You know who's riding the trigger, doncha?

Donald Trump excused him self from a diplomatic dinner with the leader of China and leveled a Syrian Air Force base with 59 missiles then returned, had a slice of chocolate cake and an aperitif. Cold? Probably. But, I bet Comrade Putin is so cold that if he gets up one morning and his "throne time" doesn't go too smoothly, he'll "unleash hell" on them before he wipes himself.

My entire time on active duty with the USAF was spent at SAC HQ planning to go to war against these guys. We hated and despised them but we respected them. They were an evil, insidious foe but they were a big league foe who had a wicked fastball and a curve ball that dropped like a rock inches from the plate. And you always had to be on your toes. But you manned up, loaded the Buffs up and made plans to tell the drivers where to go when the lamp was lit. And you know that all of the Voyska PVO guys were ready to take on the challenge.

Sometime after their empire crumbled, they crawled out from their bunkers and from behind their walls and shook hands (sort of) and said they admired us as well. So, not to romanticize this Cold War thing, but these were guys who I would not mind sitting down and having a beer or a vodka with.

The fucking Sand Niggers don't even drink! Fuck them and the goats they rode in on!

May 4, 2017

Bring it on..

Seems that the Anti-Fa are weaponizing, thinking that all you have to do is pick up a piece and blaze away:

(Note that the comments are disabled on the video thereby obviating the searing blowback from we-uns.) Well, here's a brother lecturing his homeys on the realities:

..seems we-uns got a jump on them as far as training our yutes.

Oh well, at least when the pin-dicks in California try to buy AR-15s they will come up against a dose of their own reality: gun legislation dreamed up by stupid politicians.


When will they ever learn!

May 2, 2017

Cockholster drive-by..

Always thought this guy was an asshole but happy to see meltdowns like this that seemingly abound these days..

During his opening monologue, Colbert went off on Trump over the President’s treatment of CBS News’ John Dickerson, who saw an interview with Trump abruptly ended when he asked about the President’s unproven claims that then-President Obama had wiretapped Trump and members of his campaign. As Dickerson and Colbert are both CBS employees, Colbert felt it his duty to say the things Dickerson himself could not.

“Sir, you attract more skinheads than free Rogaine,” Colbert said near the end of the insult-laden rant. “You have more people marching against you than cancer. You talk like a sign language gorilla that got hit in the head. In fact, the only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s c–k holster.” The final remark has drawn the internet’s ire, with viewers taking to social media to declare Colbert is homophobic.The hashtag #FireColbert began spreading around Twitter, along with calls for people to boycott sponsors of the late-night show.

CBS did not immediately respond to Variety’s request for comment.

He and his commie butt pirates can troll the restrooms of the Castro for fun as far as I am concerned. They are the ones who have to live with the remaining 1,350 of the remorseless Trump administration.