A Little Comparison For Ya…

just in case you forgot.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6DmjBneGBc&feature=autoplay&list=QL&index=4&playnext=4[/youtube]

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lc purple raider
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Sorry, comparing Odumbo to the black plague is valid.

Comparing Odumbo to Reagan is like comparing the Ebola virus to a fine Swiss Cheese.

It just isn’t done.

And FOIST!!!!

LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist
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I fear only one thing .. not so much fear even as worry … when the screaming Left figures out it cant win they can do one hell of a lot of damage on the way out ..

FrJim, Imperial Chaplain
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FrJim, Imperial Chaplain

Ronald Reagan understood that the genius of America was our fundamental belief in the power of liberty and its capacity to fuel greatness.

Statism undermines the very heart of America and seeks to install a monolithic soft tyranny to control the people under the threat of violence from the police power of government.

I pray the foundations of this great nation find renewal by living out the value of Liberty by removing the Statists’ access to wield power.

-Jim+

LC Proud Infidel
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LC Proud Infidel

There’s no comparison, Ronald Reagan the Great and B. Hussein Obama are complete antipodes!!
Ronald Reagan was a great example of a conservative, one who believed in the rights of individual citizens to make their own choices and live as they saw fit. B. Hussein Obama is a narcissistic little shit who hates America and Americans and wants to do away with as much of our freedoms as he can and put Fed Bureaucrats in charge of as much of our lives as he can, as well as confiscate as much of our personal and family incomes as he can so they can be “redistributed”, that is, handed to nonworking deadbeats in order to buy their votes!

LC Jackboot IC/A
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Response to FrJim, Imperial Chaplain @:

Well dangit, here I was gonna try and say something eloquent and the good Father knocks it outta the park.

Ditto !!!! :em04:

LC Wil, S.C.E.
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Tallulah
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Tallulah

OT, but cool: Badass of the Week

http://badassoftheweek.com/akaiwa.html

How the fuck Hideaki Akaiwa got a hold of a wetsuit and a set of SCUBA gear is one of the great mysteries of the world. I’m roughly twenty hours into Fallout 3 and I’m lucky to come across a fucking vacuum cleaner in that godforsaken post-apocalyptic wasteland, yet this guy is in the middle of a real-life earth-shaking mecha-disaster and he’s coming up with oxygen tanks, waterproof suits, and rebreather systems seemingly out of thin air. I guess when you’re a truly unstoppable badass, you, by definition, don’t let anything stand in your way. You make shit happen, all the time, no matter what.

Regardless of how he came across this equipment (borrowing, stealing, buying, beating up a Yakuza SCUBA diving demolitions expert, etc.) Hideaki threw on his underwater survival gear, rushed into the goddamned tsunami, and dove beneath the rushing waves, determined to rescue his wife or die trying. I’m not exactly sure whether or not the dude even knew how to operate SCUBA equipment, but according to one version of his story he met his wife while he was surfing (which is awesome, by the way), so it doesn’t seem like that much of a stretch to say that he already had a little experience SCUBA diving under a more controlled situation. Of course, even if this dude didn’t know how to work the gear I’m certain that wouldn’t have stopped him either – Hideaki wasn’t going to let a pair of soul-crushing natural disasters deter him from doing awesome shit and saving his family. He dove down into the water, completely submerged in the freezing cold, pitch black rushing current on all sides, and started swimming through the underwater ruins of his former hometown.

Surrounded by incredible hazards on all sides, ranging from obscene currents capable of dislodging houses from their moorings, sharp twisted metal that could easily have punctured his oxygen line (at best) or impaled him (at worst), and with giant fucking cars careening through the water like toys, he pressed on. Past broken glass, past destroyed houses, past downed power lines arcing with electrical current, through undertow that could have dragged him out to sea never to be heard from again, he searched. . . .

Weyland
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Weyland

Hot damn! Thanks for sharing that story Tallulah! It really made my day!Response to Tallulah @: