Well Dayum, Just Dayum!

Seems one of our own has been noticed! The incredibly talented Chris Muir has made Subotai a verifiable star by quoting him in Day By Day. Just think pups, we can say we knew him when…

Now that he is all famous and shit we need to pay him the respect he deserves. Mrs. M, please remove him from the septic detail for one day of the week, or at least give him a pair of gloves, either way works for me.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    Subotai is incredibly talented, Crunch. About time somebody noticed. And considering who it was, quite an honor…..

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    saw that cartoon Subotai……just friggin cool

    Mrs. M, please remove him from the septic detail

    didn’t know he was in that line of work…..my system could use a workover, wonder what his going rate is now that he’s a star :em03:

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    Jaybear, Colonel of Imperial Ancient Artillery says:

    wonder what his going rate is now that he’s a star

    Around the Imperial Palace septic detail IS our going rate.
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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    You’re too generous, Crunch….just too kind.

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    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    LC 0311 Sir Crunchie I.M.H., K.o.E. @ #3:
    Misha has him under standard contract I hope, :em01:

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    Now, if he’d just show his brain around here a bit more often… :em03:
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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    LC cmblake6, Imperial Black Ops Technician@

    Yeah, I’ve noticed his conspicuous absence.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    He is busy guys, but around. I communicate with him via e-mail. His last respone a few days back.

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    Mrs. M, please remove him from the septic detail for one day of the week, or at least give him a pair of gloves, either way works for me.

    Fine, he can take a day off…..to re-organize the Helen Thomas and Hillary Clinton Chocolate Pudding Wrestling Fiesta photo albums. If he doesn’t take too much time perusing the pages, he can do the Nanny Pelosi vs Moochelle the Mooch Whipped Cream and Guacamole Cat Fight Extravaganza. That should be a fun break. :em05:

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    W00T! :em01:
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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    OBAMAS RECORD

    Poverty’s increasing.
    Gas prices have almost doubled.
    The price of health care premiums has exploded and will only explode more (but-but-but Obama said…!)
    Poor and middle class incomes are falling.
    One-in-five Americans are on food stamps.
    The non-partisan GAO says Obama’s exploding deficit is unsustainable.
    Eight million people are looking for work.
    Our labor force has shrunk to thirty-year levels (170k more dropped out last month).
    Chronic unemployment hasn’t been this bad since World War II.
    The long-term unemployment rate is over 14%, and if the labor force was merely the same size today as it was the day Obama took office, today’s unemployment rate would be closer to 11%.

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    Seems one of our own has been noticed! The incredibly talented Chris Muir has made Subotai a verifiable star by quoting him in Day By Day. Just think pups, we can say we knew him when…

    Now that he is all famous and shit we need to pay him the respect he deserves. Mrs. M, please remove him from the septic detail for one day of the week, or at least give him a pair of gloves, either way works for me.

    Most excellent. His plan is working perfectly! Now, witness the power of this fully armed and operational battle-station!!!

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    LC/IB PrimEviL growls and barks:

    Kewl. He does have a gift for putting it all together.
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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    For those of you who missed it, Subotai left this excellent screed over at Legal Insurection;

    An LI commenter, one “Subotai Bahadur”, offered what I thought was an exceptionally insightful response:

    Professor, we are literally in the end stage of pretending that politics as normal mean something. The Constitutional order has been de facto overturned, while retaining the external trappings of the old order.

    The government is at open war on the Bill of Rights. Congress has lost the power of the purse and no longer represents anything but their own vested interests. The rule of law is gone.

    Who you are and who you are connected to decides if you will be prosecuted for any crime. No connections [means] no mercy and frequently no due process. If connected to the regime, you are immune [Ed: see Jon Corzine].

    Our courts have withdrawn from the fray or have been subverted. In any major issue, it seems that the courts rule that there is no one who has standing to oppose the will of the State; so the State wins. And if a matter does get before the courts, the courts rule based on politics, not law.

    The Supreme Court is no longer a barrier defending the [Constitution]. When Chief Justice Roberts suddenly reversed his entire life’s work to rule that the Federal government could violate the Constitution so long as it did it in the guise of a tax; it was obvious that he has been [co-opted] and is now merely a tool of the regime.

    Moderating our conduct while the country is still on this side of violence will not prevent things going from bad to worse. Things are going to get worse even if we become martyred saints. Our restraint in the face of ongoing attacks merely removes restraints on the conduct of those who seek the destruction of our country and Constitution. If their escalations are only met with feeble responses on our part, they are encouraged to push the envelope until they reach the point of violence.

    So long as no law is broken [after all, that is the standard of combat that they have set; akin to say the real rules on the use of poison gas in warfare] then hit back twice as hard. Make them deal with their families and their neighbors being angry at them. And publicly out the nature of their biases in every thing they publish. Keep in mind that just recently the State got the power to wiretap, investigate, and arrest people without warrant of probably cause. Do you think that they are going to limit what they dig up in the name of “decency”? Look at their record.

    Every employee of the paper should have a full background check, as deep as can be done within the bounds of the law. If a prospective employer can find it, then it should be legal. And publishable. Criminal records, court judgments, membership in various organizations, political contributions, public statements. If the investigation leads to family members, so be it. Reveal it all.

    Publish the ownership/management details of all the companies who advertised in the editions where the permit holders are/were mapped who continue to advertise with them. There will be the implication that they could receive the same detailed attention as the employees. And if Gannett does not rein in the Journal News; move up the corporate food chain.

    Given the nature of the Journo-List 2.0 media; it would be wise for all of their major personalities to be subject to the same investigation as the Journal-News’ staff just to have in reserve for when they next outrageously lie. And every personality in the current administration. There is a lot of work to do.

    Oh, and one more little cross check on the Journal-News’ map. Do not take it on faith that their map was complete. Follow up on it and make sure that they did not “accidentally” forget to publish the names of various politically or otherwise connected individuals that they did not want to offend. If there are political or other celebrities who are calling for the abolition of the 2nd Amendment while themselves being armed; that needs to be Alinsky-ed out.

    If we are to have a hope of stopping the enemies of our country before they physically attack us, we have to make them pay a price and show that they will be opposed if they cross that line. Yielding to them does not accomplish that end.

    I am reminded of a quote by Alexander Solzhenitsyn in his The Gulag Archipelago that seems on point. It was about the greatest regret of those in the slave labor camps:

    What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand? –Part I The Prison Industry, Ch. 1 “Arrest” (p13, The Gulag Archipelago, Collins 1974)

    The forces of the Left right now know that they attack us short of violence in perfect safety. We cannot let them think that that safety will be there when they inevitably turn to violence. Thus, we must strike back overwhelmingly before that line is crossed.

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    bruce growls and barks:

    with cell phones to help coordinate things, ambushing the gestapo is possible and we know they want people to roll over for them but a few dead local cops or home land creeps from crappy nappy would make them think twice about murdering americans.while the gestapo is out at night knocking on doors patriots could pay a visit to their homes with gasoline bombs.at least we would not go to the gas with out a whimper!

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    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    LC Gladiator @ #14:
    Thanks for providing that here, Sir Gladiator!! :em01:

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    L.C. Mope growls and barks:

    Well, I guess if anyone were to be quoted from here it should be Subotai. I don’t think he could pull off quoting a guy named “Mope”. Besides, how profound does “Beer” sound?

    Oh well, this beer is for you, Subatai Bahadur!
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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    Rove Declares War on Tea Party
    t
    The battle for the heart and soul of the Republican Party has begun. On one side is the Tea Party. On the other side stand Karl Rove and his establishment team, posing as tacticians while quietly undermining conservatism.

    Yesterday, the New York Times reported that the “biggest donors in the Republican Party” have joined forces with Karl Rove and Steven J. Law, president of American Crossroads, to create the Conservative Victory Project. The Times reports that this new group will dedicate itself to “recruit seasoned candidates and protect Senate incumbents from challenges by far-right conservatives and Tea Party enthusiasts who Republican leaders worry could complicate the party’s effort to win control of the Senate.” The group points to candidates like Christine O’Donnell in Delaware and Richard Mourdock in Indiana as examples of Tea Party primary picks going sideways in major Senatorial battles.

    But it is American Crossroads and its ilk that have run the GOP into the ground. Spending millions of dollars on useless 30,000-ft. advertising campaigns during the last election cycle, training candidates to soften conservatism in order to appeal to “moderates,” blowing up the federal budget under George W. Bush as a bipartisan tactic – all of those strategies led the party to a disastrous defeat in 2012. The Tea Party, which may nominate losers from time to time, also brought the Republicans their historic 2010 Congressional victory. If Tea Party candidates lose, it’s because they weren’t good candidates; if GOP establishment candidates lose, it’s because they weren’t good conservatives. The choice for actual conservatives should be easy.

    But it isn’t. The Bush insider team that helped lead to the rise of Barack Obama insists that they, and only they, know the path to victory. As the Times reports, Conservative Victory Project won’t merely protect incumbents – it will challenge sitting Congresspeople of the Tea Party variety, including six-term Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King, who may run for Senate. “We’re concerned about Steve King’s Todd Akin problem,” Law told the Times – with whom he seems far too friendly. “This is an example of candidate discipline and how it would play in a general election. All of the things he’s said are going to be hung around his neck.”

    Law claims he’s acting under the rubric of William F. Buckley, supporting the most conservative candidate who can win. But Law is no judge of that. Neither is Rove. Their advice led to the epic Romney defeat, in which conservatives were told to vote for Romney in the primary since he was the only candidate who could win.

    Grover Norquist correctly points out that the Rove mission is nonsense. “People are imagining a problem that doesn’t exist,” said Norquist. “We’ve had people challenge the establishment guy and do swimmingly.” In truth, conservatism wins elections so long as the messenger doesn’t implode. Rove’s view, however, is that conservatism takes a back seat to the best quasi-conservative messenger.

    But victory for conservatives isn’t Rove’s goal. He’s a political insider par excellence, and he’s playing for his political life in the aftermath of 2012. If that means declaring war on the Tea Party, so be it.

    Ben Shapiro is Editor-At-Large of Breitbart News and author of the book “Bullies: How the Left’s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America” (Threshold Editions, January 8, 2013).

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    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    Remember that Subotai, was also responsible for originating and popularizing the espression TWANLOC (Those Who Are No Longer Our Countrymen), which has been showing up increasingly often in various corners of the web.

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    :em01: Way to go, Subotai!
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    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    Lady M-ITT™-Imperial Sniper G.L.O.R says:

    Fine, he can take a day off…..to re-organize the Helen Thomas and Hillary Clinton Chocolate Pudding Wrestling Fiesta photo albums. If he doesn’t take too much time perusing the pages, he can do the Nanny Pelosi vs Moochelle the Mooch Whipped Cream and Guacamole Cat Fight Extravaganza. That should be a fun break

    Well, there goes everything I’ve eaten in the past two days.

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    LC Draco growls and barks:

    LC HJ Caveman82952 @ #:

    X2

    HempRopeAndStreetlight @ #:

    Alderaan will never be the same!!!

    LC Gladiator @ #:

    Articulate and to the point…

    Subotai is a true gem and I bet, would be fun at parties!! (In a good way, if you have a triple digit IQ and some grasp of history…at least the last 2500 years.) :em01:
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    LC TerribleTroy growls and barks:

    My sincere respects to Lord Pao An.

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    A statue of Thomas Jefferson overlooks the Charlottesville, Va., campus of the University of Virginia.

    A statue of Thomas Jefferson overlooks the Charlottesville, Va., campus of the University of Virginia.

    Charlottesville, Va., has become the first city in the United States to formally pass an anti-drone resolution.

    The resolution, passed Monday, “calls on the United States Congress and the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia to adopt legislation prohibiting information obtained from the domestic use of drones from being introduced into a Federal or State court,” and “pledges to abstain from similar uses with city-owned, leased, or borrowed drones.”

    The resolution passed by a 3-2 vote and was brought to the city council by activist David Swanson and the Rutherford Institute, a civil liberties group based in the city. The measure also endorses a proposed two-year moratorium on drones in Virginia.

    Councilmember Dede Smith, who voted in favor of the bill, says that drones are “pretty clearly a threat to our constitutional right to privacy.”

    “If we don’t get out ahead of it to establish some guidelines for how drones are used, they will be used in a very invasive way and we’ll be left to try and pick up the pieces,” she says.

    The passed resolution is much less restrictive than the draft Swanson originally introduced, which would have sought to declare the city a “No Drone Zone” and would have tried to banned all drones over Charlottesville airspace “to the extent compatible with federal law.” The draft would have also banned all Charlottesville municipal agencies from buying, leasing, borrowing, or testing any drones.

    Councilmember Dave Norris says the city has a “long tradition of promoting civil liberties.”

    “It’s just part of our culture here,” he says.

    Charlottesville is located 120 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., and has a population of about 43,000. The city is home to the University of Virginia, which has not tried to obtain a waiver to test drones from the Federal Aviation Administration.

    The move earned praise from the Electronic Privacy Information Center. Amie Stepanovich, a lawyer with the group, says that the “Charlottesville resolution demonstrates that people care about protecting their civil liberties and Fourth Amendment rights and are willing to devote the time necessary to closely examine this issue.”

    “Lawmakers should be looking at [drone privacy] issues now in order to ensure that there are safeguards in place to protect individual privacy from these invasive technologies,” she says.

    Smith admits that the final legislation won’t do anything to prevent federal- or state-operated drones from operating over Charlottesville’s skies, but that the symbolic move could push other cities to follow suit.

    “With a lot of these resolutions, although they don’t have a lot of teeth to them, they can inspire other governments to pass similar measures,” she says. “You can get a critical mass and then it does have influence. One doesn’t do much, but a thousand of them might. We want this on [federal and state lawmakers'] radars.”

    [RELATED: Oregon Drone Bill Would Claim the 'Airspace' Above Your Shoestrings]

    Vice Mayor Kristin Szakos, who voted against the resolution, says she “can imagine ways in which drones might be used for positive things” and that the move was premature.

    “I think drones have been used for bad things, but it’s like banning airplanes because they can drop bombs,” she says. “At this point, the city isn’t even talking about using drones. It seems premature to me to ban them altogether.”

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    LC Scott growls and barks:

    Well it’s about time. :)
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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    New Yorkers’ Revolt at a Gun Ban Meeting! Outstanding:

    http://preview.tinyurl.com/akpxs4k

    FIGHT THE POWER

    PASS IT ON

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    Radical Redneck growls and barks:

    Ron Jeremy at the Hospital!

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