ILLEGITAMI NON CARBORUNDUM
This is the very thing that scares me about wingnuts. They are nuts! They could, and probably would, do any dumbass thing Rush or Hannity or Beck told them to do. And they have assault weapons the bought out of the back of someone's Caravan in the parking lot of the gun show. They are arming themselves for Armageddon. And this young black president is the scariest thing they've ever seen.
These Reich Wingers are more than crazy, they are dangerous. One thing they are too brainwashed to understand is, there are plenty of liberals who own and know how to use firearms. One of these times they will be met with return or pre-emptive fire. Personally, I would not hesitate to use deadly force in self defense to stop them.Just sayin...
right wing wing nuts..will we ever surive them..?
Man, six years as a refugee from Bushistan. Now the reputation of U.S. has improved a tiny bit. Then those fucking dumbasses want to ruin it for all of us. I pay less tax in Finland than i ever did back home. What do i get for it? Um, 4 weeks off paid vacation yearly, (thats just summer vacation), 280€ a month to study at a free university, 100 € a month for each child until they are 18, 30% off all private dentist bills (which I can honestly say are 50% cheaper than private dentists in the states (ever heard of a public dentist?), etc, etc, etc. Yeah. I'll ay my socialist taxes, thanks. Teabaggers, keep on teabagging. Its so worth it.
Dave, on my Facebook page I listed myself as a 'Progressive with a gun'. I got one somewhere, left it with my daughter so she could use it for deer hunting. Hopefully next year I'll be able to go deer hunting again UP on the tundra.Willie, thanks for the info on how it's like where they use tax money to help the people instead of feeding the fatcats like we do here. I've always said the problem isn't how much we pay in taxes, it's that most people don't see any return on their taxes.
Today's Speed Bump cartoon was cute. Owns a gun, smart man.
No Anonymous comments,it's not that hard to think of a nom de plume.