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Sunday Night Open (Update – The Washington Warrens)

Sunday Night Open (Update – The Washington Warrens)

Been away all week at a conference in Orlando.

Thanks to Mandy and other contributors for covering.

Remember, there may be a partial shutdown of LI on Monday morning, for “maintenance.”

What did I miss?

Update:

The Washington Warrens!

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What did I miss?

SSDD. Glad you didn’t get mugged in Orlando.

The American Taliban rears its ugly head.

“On the activist website MoveOn.org, there are multiple petitions calling for Cruz and others to be charged with sedition. In one, the petition writer adopted a very broad and somewhat fuzzy standard under which Cruz should be sent to jail: “Sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organization, that is deemed by the legal authority to tend toward insurrection against the established order,” the petition says. “Sedition may include any commotion, though not aimed at direct and open violence against the laws. Sedition is the stirring up of rebellion against the government in power.” Another petition adds “insurrection” to Cruz’s indictment.”

http://washingtonexaminer.com/left-demands-charge-ted-cruz-with-sedition/article/2537416

Heck, that’s okay. Feckless Leader has his butt hangin’ out just waiting for someone to tack charges on it. Hmmm… let me see: Treason, war crimes in violation of international law, sedition and seditious libel (yeah, yeah, I know, seditious libel won’t fly – pesky First Amendment thing and all), murder and conspiracy to commit murder of American citizens overseas, dereliction of duty (Benghazi), any number of violations of his oath of office which pretty much fit the category of “high crimes and misdemeanors” qualifying him for the jackpot round of impeachment and trial.

moveon.org wanna play hardball?

    “Look at the health care law,” he [Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio] continued. “The law is on the books. They decide which parts of it to apply and which parts not to apply. They issue their own waivers without any congressional oversight. And what they say is, you’re going to pass a legalization law and some enforcement. What’s not to say that this White House won’t come back and cancel the enforcement aspects of it? And that’s what he means by lack of trust, and quite frankly, it’s difficult to find a good answer to that. I think they make a very legitimate point. But certainly, the president has undermined this effort. Absolutely — the president has undermined these efforts.”

    … Obama had delegitimized the Executive Branch

I always thought Dana Loesch was just white, but come to think of it, she does have high cheekbones.

My friend Phil’s ancestors come from Denmark. He has incredibly red skin. So… Where are the Danes on this critical issue?

    Juba Doobai! in reply to Scott Anderson. | October 21, 2013 at 6:53 am

    As a kids who grew up playing “Red Indian”, we didn’t just play “Indians and Cowboys, we played “Red Indian”, the first time I went to a Sioux reservation in South Dakota, I gazed at Indians in awed delight. Their skin was really red. I’d never seen anything like it, that color skin, until I traveled through China and met a few who looked like the Sioux.

    Halbritter, not of the Oneida, is Shitting Bull to Warren’s Fauxcahontas.

The abbreviated site looks terrific, Wm.

How about the District of Columbia Lobbyists? I hear they can be real savages.

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