If All You See…

…is snow created by extreme weather warmth, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Pamela Geller, with a post wondering if Obama will call for a sword ban.

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4 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. john says:

    Better tell your buddy Pam that most states already have a law about carrying dangerous weapons

  2. gitarcarver says:

    Better tell your buddy Pam that most states already have a law about carrying dangerous weapons

    And yet the person on the article was chased by another with a dangerous weapon.

    Here’s a newsflash for ya john: CRIMINALS AND TERRORISTS DON’T CARE ABOUT LAWS.

    Your comment only serves to reinforce that idea so we must make sure law abiding citizens are protected and can protect themselves which is something that you and other leftists oppose.

  3. JGlanton says:

    That snow bunny is Nikki Sims. As you can imagine, she has fewer and fewer clothes as the photoshoot progresses.

  4. Jeffery says:

    Your AR-15 will not protect you against this:


    Since 1971, the percentage of adults living in the low income bracket has increased from 25 percent to 29 percent, and the percentage of adults living in the highest income bracket has shot up from 14 percent to 21 percent. The middle class, meanwhile, has shrunk from 61 percent to about 50.

    What we should fear is the steady squeeze on the middle class since the 70s. This is not a result of natural events or market forces, this is a result of Republican and Democratic policies that support the wealthy at the expense of the working classes.

    Bernie Sanders:

    I think you have an enormous amount of fear and uncertainty in this country. And it’s not just from San Bernardino or from Paris.

    I think what you’ve got are millions of people who are in trouble today. They really are. They’re confused. They’re working longer hours for lower wages. They’re seeing productivity going up but their kids are worse off economically than they are. They’re looking at a campaign finance system in politics and they see corruption, big money buying elections. Nobody in Congress is listening to them.

    They’re out there alone. Who’s listening to them? They’re in trouble. They need help. What’s the cause of their problems? Is it Wall Street? Is it big money? Is it massive inequality in terms of wealth and income? Well, no one talks about that really.

    And then have you demagogues like Trump come along. He says, “I know what the cause is.” Remember, a few months ago, the cause was that Mexicans who are coming to this country, well, they were criminals or rapists. Today, it is Muslims.

    You all remember how many years ago, we were younger, it was uppity women who are trying to take our jobs as men. It was those gay people who wanted to make everybody homosexual in our school system. It was blacks wanted to take white jobs.

    That’s what demagoguery is about. It is to obfuscate the real problems facing our society and find somebody you can blame and rally the American people. That’s what it is. It’s the immigrants or the Muslims. We’ve got to take them on.

    And I think my main concern is–because I worry about this, it’s real. You see the people standing up there and applauding [on videotape at a Trump rally]. How do we get to those people?

    Bernie Sanders asks how we get the working classes to understand that in many ways our economic system is rigged to favor the wealthy. The Donald wants us to focus on Muslims and Mexicans.

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