Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Preemptive Arguments... ;)

The New World Order...

Progressive liberalism = Sacred :: Classical liberalism = Profane

NBPP and BLM activists, get ON with it. Let the Divine Violence BEGIN so that we can all live in the subsequent peace under our OWN laws!

"But there do exist, I can assure you, souls that are feeling and pure; it exists, that tender, imperious and irresistible passion, the torment and delight of magnanimous hearts; that deep horror of tyranny, that compassionate zeal for the oppressed, that sacred love for the homeland, that even more sublime and holy love for humanity, without which a great revolution is just a noisy crime that destroys another crime; it does exist, that generous ambition to establish here on earth the world's first Republic."
- Robspierre on the Eight Thermidor 1994, the day before his execution

In summary.

24 comments:

Thought Criminal said...

So dandy!

Fly Over American said...

Still feelin' the Johnson, eh beamish?

Thought Criminal said...

Yes. Non-interventionism is better than don't ask don't tell email

Red Herring said...

It is? Let's let someone else rule the world...!

Thought Criminal said...
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Thought Criminal said...

It's reining men, hallelujah...

Thought Criminal said...
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Thought Criminal said...

Look at 'em just a-Manaforticating....

-FJ said...

The Russian's must be hedging. They must have learned from Soros. :)

-FJ said...

Think?

Let's trade MORE with China and Russia!

-FJ said...

Kamutef or Montu... tell me Karnak, which aspect (Amun Re or Mut) does Gary John favor, the eternal masculine or feminine?

Stick a feather in my cap, the bull of his mother has almost certainly gotten the best of Johnson.

Thersites said...

W/o a threat of divine violence, can there be law?

Thersites said...

Ya jes gots ta b'lieve, Hon!

Thersites said...

Meanwhile, an argument from Hillary's perspective...

Thought Criminal said...

Trump may have what it takes to BE the first female President

#glitterfortwitter

-FJ said...

Johnson seems to have what it takes to be the first casualty in a zombie apocalypse. His instinct compels him to try and rationalize with them...

Could it be a result of oxygen deprivation whilst "butchly" climbing the tallest mountain in Australia... think? I'll bet he never left the trail, lest he get mauled to death by a koala bear! :)

-FJ said...

I'll bet he probably "biked" it? :)

Thought Criminal said...

Breitbart lisps that Donald Trump made it cool to be gay again

So, is Hannity a top or bottom?

Woo woo!

Thought Criminal said...

Twinks 4 Trump

FreeThinke said...

OFF-TOPIC, but an IMPORTANT MILESTONE that DESERVES RECOGNITION

JOHN McLAUGHLIN, HOST of THE McLAUGHLIN GROUP, PASSED AWAY on TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2016. HE WAS 89.

This was very sad news, but I was not surprised. The McLaughlin Group has been a ritual that defined Sunday morning for me for the past twenty-two years –– ever since I stopped attending church. Can't imagine what life will be like without John McLaughlin, but he'd been looking peeked most of the past year, seemed low on energy, lacked his usual brisk, acerbic tone, and slouched in his host's chair as though exhausted during many of the recent episodes.

Last Sunday –– just three days ago ––, I tuned in with my usual cut of coffee to watch the fur fly, and was genuinely shocked to see the announcement preceding the program telling us in Mclaughlin's own words that he would be absent for the first time in 34 years –– ever since the program began.

Even so, he still managed to announce each change of topic in a series of recorded messages, but his voice sounded weak, his speech slurred, and I sort of knew he wouldn't be with us much longer, though naturally I hoped he'd be able to return for another round or two, and at least see us through the election.

Alas! It was not meant to be.


Luis Rukeyser's untimely death several years ago, left a big hole in PBS's programming. Losing McLaughlin may very well sound the death knell for the organization as we've known and loved it. The quality of programing has been going steadily downhill for several decades Downton Abbey notwithstanding.

To lose Antonin Scalia, Downton Abbey and John McLaughlin all in one year –– especially THIS dreadful election year –– is depressing and discouraging.

I think it may be safe to assume he suffered a stroke, but what difference does it take what finished him? He was a doughty old guy –– a lovable curmudgeon, –– an American Original, who had become an institution.

He will be sorely missed, and we are unlikely to see his equal again in our lifetime.

Bye Bye, John. We loved you.

-FJ said...

I was more a Robert Novac kinda fan...

Gert said...

Twinks 4 Trump, now that WAS hilarious!

-FJ said...

No, hilarious was attending the Libertarian Convention... :)

Thought Criminal said...

Is it true Trump wants to change the motto on US Currency to "In Gay We Trust?"

Come on cuckservatives, triangulate! Fags don't have abortions!