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Democrat discovers private property rights

Democrat discovers private property rights

“This is private property, you’re not allowed to touch anything. I’ll call the police.”

The veterans should apologize to this lady, because we are not worthy of an Obama flag. We have not done everything that has been asked of us:

Barack Obama will require you to work. He is going to demand that you shed your cynicism. That you put down your divisions. That you come out of your isolation, that you move out of your comfort zones. That you push yourselves to be better. And that you engage. Barack will never allow you to go back to your lives as usual, uninvolved, uninformed.

We’re sorry.

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Okay, now my blood is boiling.
These dirty Dems desecrated a US flag and THEY threatened to call the police?
Bastards.

Barackah can kiss my…!!!

Joan Of Argghh | March 14, 2012 at 6:22 pm

But a simple phone call wouldn’t have gotten them on television.

They ARE Breitbart!

Way to bring the #war to their doorstep, gentlemen!

Midwest Rhino | March 14, 2012 at 6:29 pm

http://www.amazon.com/NEOPlex-Flag-Obama-USA/dp/B005R51FS4

“currently unavailable”

with two negative comments from today

    Midwest Rhino in reply to Midwest Rhino. | March 14, 2012 at 6:34 pm

    “NEOPlex” carries office supplies, but I see they also have Hank Williams Jr.’s face on a flag, but it looks like a confederate flag for Hank … heh.

Nauseating. Thank you to the Vets; they handled it just right.

The Democrat party pitched a voter registration tent right outside the door of the Broward County Courthouse, with the big BO campaign logo. They were aggressively soliciting people to register who were coming out of the courthouse and… looked like they might be people who might not be registered to vote. I stood and watched for a while. One new voter registrant asked the party worker what city he should say he is living in. Another needed the worker to fill in his form. The collected forms are sent to the county supervisor of elections and presumably verified before mailing out the voter registration card.

    donb in reply to janitor. | March 14, 2012 at 7:42 pm

    Does “presumably” translate as “not really,” “seldom,” or “rarely”?

    Just askin’.

      janitor in reply to donb. | March 15, 2012 at 12:43 am

      I don’t know how these are verified. There aren’t that many workers in the elections office. They have lots of stuff to do. It’s not like the old days when the registration “innovation” meant that one could “also” register in connection with a driver license application. Supposedly under this new loose system, applications can be taken anywhere and sent in, including on-line. On the on-line website, linked above, it says that if all the information is provided, the registration card goes out within three weeks. Given the numbers of forms coming in, without the IDs being taken and verified on the spot by an official, I don’t see how good vetting is possible.

      I found this, which is several years old, and which talks in terms of applications being “incomplete” but says nothing about any kind of cross-checking procedures. It says

      “A list of deceased persons is received from the Division of Health approximately every 1.5 to 2 months.”

      and

      Broward elections officials report that they do not do a mailing to each resident to confirm registration. Additionally, they do not notify each person purged from a list, only certain groups of individuals, for e.g. people with felony convictions. They are required to run an overall list maintenance every odd year, however, they were unable to do this last year due to lack of funds.

      It’s troublesome. Broward County is big county, with the largest Democrat population in the big hanging chad state.

Saaaayyy …. aren’t those Obamabots some of the same folks who raised so much hell and demanded a formal investigation when that Marine Corps Scout-Sniper unit had it’s picture taken in front of a flag that had that stylistic “SS” printed on it?

LukeHandCool | March 14, 2012 at 7:02 pm

“Barack Obama … is going to demand that you come out of your isolation, …”

Dude, even a group of old friends in town calling me up with their cellphones saying, “We know you screen your calls … we know you’re home hearing this right now … we see your car … we’re walking up to your door right now … we just wanna visit for a little while …” coupled with my wife saying, “Meet them outside, I don’t have my makeup on” … even that can barely nudge this committed social phobic out of his blissfully isolated state.

All that can barely get me to open the front door and go out and socialize a little … but Barack Obama is going to demand I come out of my isolation?

Haha !!! Let him try !!!

LukeHandCool (who has been held back his entire life because of social phobia … and who thinks he wouldn’t be able to get through life without the three most important inventions ever made (for social phobics): sunglasses, voice mail/answering machines and Lexapro).

    Yes, Luke, this war is going to require that you “…move out of your comfort zones….”

    If we don’t get involved and occasionally “be Breitbart” like these vets, we will likely find ourselves shoved out of our comfort zones by unrestrained “change” (IYKWIMAITYD).

      LukeHandCool in reply to donb. | March 14, 2012 at 8:50 pm

      Okay donb,

      I’ll go off to war with you. But I must insist I be issued a sleek, stylish pair of sunglasses, and, as a social phobic, I really don’t like confrontations (I don’t even like small talk … when I’m standing in line at the supermarket, I pray the checker doesn’t start making small talk with me because I feel like everyone behind me in line is listening in and I get nervous).

      Even in the bloodiest confrontations I tend to be polite and I don’t use profanity in public.

      If I still sound like I’m your man for that foxhole (well, I don’t do foxholes …I tend to be quite OCD about dirt and germs and I really must have 2-4 showers a day) … let me just say, “Bring it on you muddahfuddah lefty [email protected]@ards!!”

I believe I hear a dog whistle blowing down in Florida:

http://babalublog.com/2012/03/57-states-and-one-emperor/

“Certain elements”?

.

Obama and his minions really do have a Mussolini complex. Strong Man (in mom jeans) on a horse.

    I’ve never seen a pic of him on a horse but lots of them on a girlie bike with his little cute helmet perched upon his head 😉

1. John McCain will be very very angry when he hears that conservatives are publicizing this story.

2. Barack will never allow you to go back to your lives as usual blah blah

When I first saw videos of Michelle Obama and skimmed her Princeton thesis, my reaction was that, if not for affirmative action, this person would top out as an elementary-school principal. The feeling struck me as harsh and uncharitable, and I suppressed it.

However, in the four years since, I have seen nothing which contradicts that first impression.

    Hope Change in reply to gs. | March 14, 2012 at 8:08 pm

    wow, gs– before teachers’ unions, an elementary school principal would be one of the very finest persons you could find in a community.

    harsh to the school principals!

    with the unions, per “THE CARTEL,” et cetera, of course, that may be different.

      HC, I was wondering about adding a clarifying post and you got me off the dime.

      Of course it is laudable to be an elementary-school principal (at least where the public education system is not perverted). Afaic there is an intrinsic dignity to any conscientious labor. Nevertheless, the university-admissions market and job market are markets; supply and demand are supply and demand.

      My strong suspicion is that Michelle has used affirmative action, and a crass gimme attitude revealed in her luxurious vacations during these straitened times, to get herself into positions for which she is less qualified on the merits than some other aspirants.

      I do not get overly incensed when somebody takes advantage of a proffered unfair advantage; I once told a female colleague that she’d be foolish not to.

      No, what gets my goat about Michelle Obama and her ilk is the attitude of self-righteous entitlement with which she accepts her breaks—and lectures the rest of us on our deficiencies.

    Milwaukee in reply to gs. | March 14, 2012 at 11:43 pm

    I have known some very fine people who were elementary school principals. Why you dissing on them?

    She might be a principal of a very low achieving, predominantly Black elementary school, the sort which is pure torture for the vast majority of students and nothing is learned. The teachers bitch constantly about poorly they are paid and how bad the parents are. A real hell hole, where Michelle is the top “dog” in a colony of bitches. If you are a decent teacher there, you won’t be there long. She could be that sort of elementary school.

In reality, there is no Democrat Party, or at least very little of it remains. The name is a label only. This is not the Democrat Party I remember while I was growing up. It has morphed into something much more sinister, and is more a cult than political party. “What were they thinking?”, is an irrelvant question, because they don’t.

Some of those vets should go by daily to make sure they don’t raise it back up (or replace it with a picture of Che’).

Would publically burning that flag (not that one specifically, I mean one that was legally obtained) be applauded as an exercise of First Amendment rights, or condemned as a racially motivated hate crime?

Juba Doobai! | March 15, 2012 at 5:13 am

Perhaps Obama can inform himself about American history, the Constitution, and the meaning of American exceptionalism before he dares to talk to us about being ‘uninformed’ etc.

“They say all of this could have been avoided by calling them on the telephone”. I SERIOUSLY doubt that. THe calls would have been unheeded. IT was the sunlight of negative publicity that pulled that flag down. FUnny the Dem Lady didnt check flag protocol and laws before she flew it. I dont know the laws by heart, but such a thing — a flag with a persons picture on it — it would have crossed my mind that something is wrong here. It always bothers me that SOMEONE came up with the idea, SOMEONE made it , SOMEONE (evidently Amazon?) sold it, SOMEONE bought it, SHE received it and SHE decided to fly it. How many moronic decisions were made along the way? And their vote counts the same as mine. UGH.

[…] this was occurring at a Democ**t Party office. How sick, shameful, and wrong. In summary: Democ**t.Legal Insurrection embeds video. My dudgeon is sufficiently high that I won’t embed the video or still photos. […]

To make that quote exponentially more interesting, substitute “Barack” with “comrade”

I like the current SCOTUS ruling on the freedom to burn (deface) the flag as protest.

Here the vets were acting doubly stupid. First by treating the political flag like fighting words and thus acting like Islamic Rage Boy. Second by disregarding private property.

Some non-Leftists make all non- Leftists look bad.

The audience is the voters. Today that means make the best video you can and post it on line. Video is mightier than the sword. Maybe have a theme like: “Obama is Che.”

Idolizing thugs (and things) is for tyrants. The vets lost this battle. Face reality.

So sorry that your egos prematurely betrayed your opposition to enlightenment. Even the Soviets weren’t so deferential that they included anything other than a hammer and sickle. So, if the left-wing in America does not represent the worker, who, exactly, do they represent? It appears to be some perverse cooperative with a strictly hierarchical structure.

It’s the generational progressives that are forever wandering looking for a mortal god to guide, bath, cloth, feed, and pamper them. The pragmatic ones are conservative long before their mortal end.

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