Yeah Right, That’ll Work, Smitty

So Freedom Works wanted to have a meeting to discuss options to do something about the deficit. Senator Mike Lee reserved a room for them, followed all the rules, only to have Kapo Schumer shut the meeting down for fear that they might come up with a proposal. They were only having a meeting, they were following all the rules, but the NSDWP considered that too dangerous to allow it.

They have a “Ear Leader is going to save us from a do-nothing GOP Congress” platform to save for next year since it’s all they have left, and any discussion that might hamper that is to be shut down, prohibited and stamped out.

Smitty, of course, is a naive idealist fool:

I submit that every right-thinking blog should post this video, and increase the pressure on Congress. The Tea Party Budget is all about doing the job that Congress abdicated. Senator Schumer should be disciplined and ejected, so that his falsehood is no longer a drag on our government.

No. It’s past that, Smitty. “Disciplined and ejected” no longer has any meaning in this nation as nobody ever has to face it, no matter how grave their crimes. We’re way past that point. Procedure won’t stop the NSDWP fascist takeover of this nation. Heck, it can’t even get past a slap on the wrist for serial criminals and traitors to the Constitution.

We killed that option when the Party of Stupid decided that following the rules and demanding that the other side follow them too was “uncivil”, “unhelpful” and “Visigothery.”

Where’s we’re at now is the last box, the Rule of Law is dead, and we can thank the spineless GOP as much for that due to their stubborn and cowardly refusal to stand up for it as we can thank our nation’s enemies in the NSDWP for it.

It’s time to drag them all out, blindfold them, line them up against a wall and mow them down with machine gun fire.

Then charge their families for the cost of the bullets.

The Romanians didn’t “discipline and eject” Ceausescu, as you might recall, and we’re at the same point now.

Or we can just roll over, play dead and wait for the inevitable.

You’re hoping for something that doesn’t exist anymore. This nation stopped being Constitutional decades ago, and getting it back to that point is not going to be pretty.

But we will post the video, since you asked:




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    Special Ed growls and barks:

    Thinking of buying a dehydrator, so’s to jerkify the local deer and turkey population when TSHTF. Oh, and First! since Your Majesty gave up on the ban of First Commenters.

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    Special Ed growls and barks:

    Awww, crap. PIMF. Your Majesty. cripes …

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    There was a ban on Foist! commenters??


    Also, Schumer is a traitor. But we already knew that.

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    Special Ed growls and barks:

    Many moons ago, His Vileness posted a screed about how he was tired of “Foist” comments, and the next poor dumb stupuid bastrad (tip o’ the hat to Frnak J) that posted one would be dispatched forthwith. I was the Foist commenter, and to tweak him a tad said “Testy, Your Majesty?” or bytes to that effect, and was rightfully flamed by Rottiedom for not brazenly posting a “FOIST!!!ONE!!!”
    To be sure, it had crossed my mind, but he IS His Imperial Majesty: Darth Misha I, and just maybe he could, well …

    Won’t happen again, I’m much less … um …concerned now.

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    Upchuck Shumer is a pit viper. Unfortunately, the SOB is a smart pit viper: had a 1600 on his SAT back when it meant something, IIRC.

    And he is very, very dangerous to America.

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    lc purple raider growls and barks:

    Rope. Tree, Schumcky Shumer. Some assembly required. And charge his family for damage to the rope and the tree.

    Unfortunately, this asshole is from NY, so unless he’s sleeping with little boys (and I have heard rumors), he will always get reelected.

    He should go back where he came from, except they won’t take him back.

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    I’ve seen a few “FOIST” comments, so fear not. Tis a point of pride. Calm day, 1/2 mile window.

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    Uuuuuhh–who’s Smitty? :em03:

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    sleeper growls and barks:

    It’s time to drag them all out, blindfold them, line them up against a wall and mow them down with machine gun fire.

    Then charge their families for the cost of the bullets.

    Funny, I was just saying the same thing to the missus last night. Except for the part about charging for the bullets. Freedom isn’t free, I’m told.

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    Just Another Random Nut growls and barks:

    Perhaps the silver lining on the whole cloud of this mess is that it gives me inspiration to get back into shape and fuck well stay there this time. It now seems inevitable that I’m going to get tangled up in a war sooner or later, and if I have to fight, being in shape and being ready for it seems like a good idea, yes?

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    irish19 growls and barks:

    sleeper @ #:

    Except for the part about charging for the bullets.

    I think I’d be willing to eat the expense.

    However, I sincerely hope we’re not quite at the point of opening that last box just yet. I think the ballot box has one last chance next year. Should the proggies and their enablers attempt to subvert that one, then the final box will be full and ready to be opened.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    I think I’d be willing to eat the expense.

    So true, so very true, after all, one must rotate their stock……..

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    sleeper growls and barks:

    Speaking of rotating ammo, how long does commercial (and military, for that matter) ammo last? I have a bunch of 7.62×39 and 7.62x54R in spam cans, and a bunch of other ammo stored in sealed containers with desiccant and moisture indicators. I don’t see why it can’t last for decades. Anyone have experience with ammo storage?

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    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    Keep the ammo in a cool, dry environment. Keeping the moisture away is a very good idea, watch out for static electrical discharges if you are in a cold climate when you unwrap things.
    Shelf life on gunpowder varies with its composition. It’s been a while since I did some decent chemistry, but from what I read “non-corrosive” ammo stores for at least 35 years… by then you should have rotated your stock. Some people keep it at 65-75 degrees, that’s too warm in my opinion and experience. Try 40-55 degrees instead. Even the “corrosive” ammo will store for that long at that temperature range.
    My dad had some .303 ammo he brought back with our move back to the US in ’62, IIRC the ammo was surplus from WWII – we kept it out in a metal storage shed in Spokane (125 to -35 degrees range!) for at least ten more years before Dad and us two boys got it out and started shooting it. At least 10% were duds, but they all shot straight. I still have the Enfield rifle, iron sights and all. It’s my sniper rifle. If my Dad can put it through the X-ring at 1100 yards (he used to shoot with the SAS in England!), then I outta be able to hit the broadside of a barn at 300 yards or less.
    Burying it about 4 to 10 feet down is best if you can keep groundwater from infiltrating the storage area. Ground temperature down that deep or deeper is 55+/- 1 degree all year round. Believe it or not, I learned that while working on Minuteman missiles in Minot ND…
    YMMV. Good luck!