Never Marry A Cambridge, MA Shrink And Go To A Tea Party Event

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February 12, 2010

TPM uses a low form of journalism by reporting that an obviously disturbed individual also ran across the Tea Party movement. Draw your own conclusions (wink, wink, nudge, nudge).

The Massachusetts man charged this week with stockpiling weapons after saying he feared an imminent "Armageddon" appears to have been active in the Tea Party movement, and saw Sarah Palin, who he said is on a "righteous 'Mission from God,'" as the only figure capable of averting the destruction of society.

I don't know, maybe his being married to a Cambridge, MA shrink was to blame. That's probably enough to drive anyone nuts. Seriously, if you want to use that type of foolish linkage in an attempt to drive people to conclusions, then who the individual spent more of his time with should be even more responsible for his behavior.

Authorities were tipped off by the suspect’s wife, a Cambridge psychiatrist, who told police that she was afraid to go home. She plans to file a restraining order. “He made the following statements to her, ‘Don’t talk to people. Shoot them instead. It’s fine to shoot people in the head, because traitors deserve it,'” continued a prosecutor.



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Comments:
  1. Anita says:

    TPM & their ilks are the kind of people for whom it ‘s ok if Shahid Khan (Pakistani descent) own St. Louis Rams, just that it shouldn’t be Rush Limbaugh.
    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_021110/content/01125108.guest.html

  2. jane says:

    Nice spin.

  3. Lala says:

    Psychiatrists are crazy, that’s why they become psychiatrists.

  4. SAM says:

    Officer Hasan demonstrates irrational behavior, but no one intervenes.
    This crackpot appears associated with the Tea Party Patriots and Sarah Palin, and there’s an almost immediate intervention.
    What’s the death toll in the respective instances?

  5. HumboldtBlue says:

    Officer Hasan? What, was he a cop? Why don’t you email the Army and ask them your questions? Timothy McVeigh makes for another interesting research topic, as does the murderer of Doctor Tiller, the coward who placed a bomb at the Atlanta Olympics the whole assortment of nut job tea baggers.
    Palin is a secessionist and an openly racist nut job, but hey, she says stuff and she has common sense and stuff. The more you peel off the scab that is the right wing in this nation the more exposed becomes the festering, hateful, treasonous group of people who call themselves “Republicans.”

  6. section9 says:

    “Palin is a secessionist and an openly racist nut job, but hey, she says stuff and she has common sense and stuff. The more you peel off the scab that is the right wing in this nation the more exposed becomes the festering, hateful, treasonous group of people who call themselves “Republicans.'””
    Larry O’Donnel, is that you?

  7. democratsarefascists says:

    Actually, I know who HumboldtBlue is.
    He’s a nothing with a nowhere job, like most DemoNazis.

  8. Bobo from Texas says:

    RE: HumboldtBlue
    Too much time in the service industry will do that to you.

  9. Gary Maxwell says:

    Nawh, its not the psychiatrist wife its the sheer madness that living in the People Republic of Cambridge brings on. Did you know these lunatics are seriously talking about banning curbside parking and other things, to deal with our environmental “crisis”. If I lived there I might take up arms and start shooting stupidity. I think I would run out of ammo before I ran out of stupidity…

  10. How “mentally disturbed” is he, in the tea party sense? For instance, they keep calling themselves “patriots”, implying – as he does – that those on the other side are traitors. Some of the rest is stock tea party/glenn beck frothing. If you think he’s “mentally disturbed”, are you saying that the many obvious nutcases in the tea parties are OK?
    And, some of the things he wrote are just a couple small steps up from past tea party activities, such as swarming and physically intimidating politicians. The last was promoted by Glenn Reynolds and someone from RedState (Jim Geraghty of NR promoted something similar):
    The attempt to claim that he’s not near the mainstream of the tea party movement? Fail.

  11. Shelby says:

    HumboldtBlue,
    You seem curiously well-acquainted with the sexual practices of various homicidal loons, for someone who is so ignorant of a high-profile person such as Sarah Palin. There are plenty of legitimate reasons to disagree with her politics, but she is neither racist nor secessionist, and the only person you help with these lies is her.

  12. -S- says:

    Here’s my overall assessment after many online experiences with Liberals: they hate the Tea Party movement and participants for a litany of irratioanal reasons. As to who I define as those Liberals, they’re the Leftwingers found in all political spectrums and in both parties. The GOP has a big problem with the ongoing Leftwingers who demand this and that and it inevitably always boils down to them hating the “social Conservatives” while continuing to try to redefine the term, “Conservative” to include most of what the Democrats deem to be their causes. Mainly, though, this hatred by Liberals as to the Tea Party movement is aimed at (mostly, predominantly) Christians and Christian morality (“social Conservatives”).
    I now have as much distrust of the Liberals in both parties. Whether they call themselves Republicans or not, they’re still Liberals and the goal seems to be to continue to redraft the Right into another arm of the Left.
    This particular guy is obviously not mentally well but neither is the website, TPM (anyone dedicated to “muck-racking” for starters isn’t altogether functioning on a level of decency I’d deem acceptable).

  13. Lala says:

    The trolls don’t crow about The Won anymore.

  14. -S- says:

    And I’m now far more supportive of Sarah Palin for one reason and one reason only: she’s doing the work.
    I’m not yet fully informed on her specific political beliefs and have noticed a few statements made by her and recent public endorsements of others by her that I’m questioning, BUT, to quote Palin, no one is ever going to have “all” the same positions politically as anyone else.
    So I’m giving her room to represent her politics and those issues she views as important (“for the nation and for the Palin family” which is certainly a highly reasonable thing for her to have said as to her possible or potential candidacy as President).
    I’m hesitant to support ANY candidate — I’m a registered Republican and could never cast a vote for anyone associated with or a part of the Democratic Party due to my own, individual political and social beliefs/positions — ANY candidate who is Leftwing/Liberal. And there are, today, many in the GOP who are just that.
    So my chief concerns are not so much that the Left hates the Tea Party and/or Palin but that the GOP is floundering in efforts to be as Liberal as possible for shaky reasons: “to win elections by courting the Middle” which continues to result in the GOP becoming Leftwing (they view the “Middle” based upon Leftwing issues, which is not at all reality-based).

  15. NealK says:

    Blaming Sarah Palin and the tea partiers for this nut is like blaming Jodie Foster for the Reagan shooting.

  16. mark l. says:

    “And I’m now far more supportive of Sarah Palin for one reason and one reason only: she’s doing the work.”
    i’m not in the palin camp. i rate her as a ‘fair’ choice for the nominee, with open slots for ‘excellent’ or ‘good’, but…
    she has done some very heavy lifting over the past few months.
    even david broder would agree.

  17. MikeC says:

    @ -S-:
    IMHO liberals hate Tea Partiers because we are managing (thus far) to snatch away their dream of reinventing the relationship between Americans and their government, at what (in the liberals’ blinkered view) should be their moment of triumph.
    The central point of every Tea Party function I’ve attended has been that government is too big, too centralized, and costs too much. Liberals, OTOH, think we should all just shut up and learn to appreciate our bloated, intrusive, profligate central government.
    Not no, but, hell no. For my part, I’ll take James Madison over Barry Soetoro any day of the week.
    Social issues are sort of along for the ride here; for instance, greater regulatory power residing in the states (in lieu of the federal government) would tend to restore the status quo ante Roe v. Wade, and state legislatures are where such regulatory power should reside (since the states regulate medical practice).
    @ 24ahead:
    That’s not even wrong.

  18. libarbarian says:

    When you lie down with dogs you get up with fleas … and then you call them lone-nuts and deny having anything to do with them.
    Keep trying.

  19. Mrs. Peperium says:

    The only truly above the fold news item in this story is that a resident of Manchester-by-the-Sea actually believed in Armageddon.

  20. Dan Riehl silently edited my comment to delete the link before the last line. I have a whole category just for people who do such things, and I guess I’ll have to add him to it if it doesn’t stick the second time. Here’s the link about Reynolds supporting swarming politicians:
    (Ed note) And I have a category for people who only come here and link particular links on their own sites – which is all you ever do. I left your comment up – your url is clickable via your name. So deal with it. Or I’ll just delete the entire comment next time. – DR.

  21. Lala says:

    I doubt if Dan Riehl took out radiohead’s link silently.

  22. Roger Knight says:

    I have my disagreements with Sarah Palin.
    I just wish she would come out and say these three words in a row: “Global Warming Hoax”.
    It has nice ring to it.
    And I would like her to take the consistently conservative position that there is no excuse for violating the Constitution, when it is interpreted on the principle that each word means what Webster’s Dictionary says it means. Even in the wonderful world of family law. Hint. Hint.
    But other than that, I admit that the best argument for Sarah Palin is:
    Who else is there?!

  23. wuzzagrunt says:

    Aren’t these people the same ones who support (cop killer) Mumia and wear (mass murderer) Che T-shirts? I guess they like movement wackos better than the lone variety.

  24. buzz says:

    Your link is useless. It goes to a web site written by someone will a clearly biased point of view and leaves out any useful information. How big was the hall? How many people were already inside? Were people given access that others were not like at other town halls? What was capacity? Essentially you are saying, see this is true and if you dont believe me go look where someone else (or yourself) says its true. Lame.

  25. buzz says:

    “When you lie down with dogs you get up with fleas … and then you call them lone-nuts and deny having anything to do with them. Keep trying.”
    Possibly due to them being lone nuts. Are you actually claiming the other side has no fringe players? Really?

  26. coggieguy says:

    sounds like a set up – some loons in Cambridge devise palnt to smear TP over Chardonnay and Brie, the wimpy husband of Queen Bee psycho is tasked to do “Tea party Whack Job” or else frozen out of bedroom. Just how big was his “stockpile of weapons”? I’ll bet it included some Food Network chefs knives and a NOW keychain pepper spray

  27. ERH says:

    Both sides do it. The each side complains about guilt by association but then proceeds to argue guilt by association.

  28. SacTownMan says:

    24 ahead shows up here every now and then and simply hypes and links his own website!!
    Shouting out for attention much?
    How sad is to be you dude!!!

  29. Bohemond says:

    Except that the Other Side then puts its ‘lone nuts’ in Administration jobs.
    Patriots? Well, I suppose there might be a Democrat, somewhere, who doesn’t believe America to be a fundamentally mean country, completely unexceptional except for its unrivaled racism and oppression, and in desperate need of Fundamental Transformation… but I have yet to meet him. Liberals only love the hypothetical America they plan to build on the rubble of the one that exists.
    If the Obamanauts don’t want to be slapped with the unpatriotic tag, then maybe they should persuade Jeremiah Wright’s most famous protege to stop palling around with genuine traitors like Jodie Evans, and cease and desist trying to appoint the likes of Van Jones.

  30. Slartibartfast says:

    Lonewacko, the next generation in link-whoring.
    Reminds me of that twok fellow who used to linkwhore around conservative blogs. Not that different, really.

  31. sophie brown says:

    He is a nut job. And some of his rantings on that teaparty page are really ugly. Did anyone notice when he suggested that shooting cops in the face would be legally justified? [er, no] Did anyone notice when he said Obama was putting together a secret army of inner city youth? [no again for those of you following at home] Did anyone say — hey buddy, how about taking a few steps away from that ledge? I am thinking no. And if you don’t do that, if you don’t do anything to calm the crazies in your midst, well, sorry folks, but you’re a little responsble.

  32. bill says:

    I’ve heard methamphetamine called crank, ice, meth, speed ,but never have I heard it called Humboldt Blue. It must be some crazy dope to get as whacked out as the commentator who uses it as his screen name. Try rehab,
    loser, before you bust a blood vessel in your pea sized brain.
    Speaking of psychos from Hahvard, a professor at the University of Alabama at Huntsville, educated at Harvard
    gunned down several colleagues today when she was denied tenure. Maybe she’ll get the job now they have a few
    vacancies to fill.

  33. Rob Crawford says:

    If the left is determined to use a lone whacko to stain everyone who has protested Democrat policies, are they willing to accept the same in return?

  34. sophie brown says:

    “If the Obamanauts don’t want to be slapped with the unpatriotic tag, then maybe they should persuade Jeremiah Wright’s most famous protege to stop palling around with genuine traitors like Jodie Evans, and cease and desist trying to appoint the likes of Van Jones.”
    Remind me again: how big was Van Jones’ weapons stockpile?
    And speaking of Jones, I guess you don’t like that tea party woman running for governor right?

  35. Well, talking about the nut jobs – wasn’t Obama a personal friend of Bill Ayers and his homocidal wife – both admitted terrorists? I mean, for all intents and purposes – guys, you cannot make a case that Palin is closer to this guy than Obama was to Ayers.

  36. Bohemond says:

    “Remind me again: how big was Van Jones’ weapons stockpile?”
    Lessee- a self-described Maoist street revolutionary who claims his inspirations are Eldridge Cleaver and H. Rap Brown. Hmmmm….
    Something tells me Jones’ constituency don’t lack for weapons.

  37. Dave B says:

    I think they actually accomplished their mission. They have successfully associated a lunatic with the Tea Party and by proxxy have somehow associated Sarah Palin to people like him. They are exhibiting a desperation and fear of one individual that I have not seen in a long time, if ever. They have been successful to the degree that other left wing nutjobs can now get tingles down their legs and giggle amongst each other while they eviscerate her character amongst themselves. In the last three weeks alone we’ve seen such scandals as having her own husband as a confidante and advisor, writing notes on her hands, wearing black bracelets that are actually brown, and now this. I can’t wait to see what type of atrocity they come up with next week because every time they flail away and try something new she gains more support from those of us that can actually think for ourselves and don’t have to be lemmings for any cause or individual.

  38. Mwalimu Daudi says:

    “Remind me again: how big was Van Jones’ weapons stockpile?”
    Probably not as big as Weatherman Bill Ayers’s weapons stockpile was. Billy is another Obama pal.
    The Obamanoids make this too easy…..

  39. daleyrocks says:

    “And if you don’t do that, if you don’t do anything to calm the crazies in your midst, well, sorry folks, but you’re a little responsble.”
    sophie – If he’s not in your midst, how can you claim him? Srsly?

  40. Lee Reynolds says:

    Charged with stockpiling weapons?
    Am I the only one who finds that a little strange? Last time I checked the 2nd amendment doesn’t say anything about how many guns a person can own, only that our right to keep and bear them shall not be infringed.
    He’s clearly delusional and belongs in a padded cell, but that doesn’t mean his gun collection proclivities were a crime.

  41. daveinboca says:

    The moonbats are twittering and squeaking about this guy. But the Socialist nutjob in the Oval Office whose buddy Ayers wrote his autobiographies and killed a few cops and his own girlfriend—eff-up Bill & his law prof [without a bar license!] Dohrn—are sane as can be in the ca-raazy biyotch shrinkwife’s opinion. Hold the guy without bail while Ayers & Dohrn—both police killers let free on a technicality by a Commie judge—walk into the White House without a strip search!

  42. Peter says:

    Im I the only person that finds it very strange that a person can be charged with a crime for possessing a police nightstick? I can recall, in my youth, when some of the racist cops in the deep south would use axe handles, instead, because they gave more reach than a standard baton. So, any damned stick can be a club.
    Then some of those weapons were “grenade type” things like tear gas cannisters ans pepper gas. So, the guy had some sticks and some none lethal gas, plus what? Seems he had an indoor range where he shot a .22. Oh! The horror.
    I’m glad I don’t live up there. Let’s see, I shoot in Cowboy Action Matches and I used to hunt a bit, back when my legs worked better. So, I have three single action revolvers and a shotgun and lever action rifle for cowboy shooting. Then I have two hunting rifles, my old service revolver and off duty gun from back when I was working. And the .22 I’m teaching the grandkids to shoot. Oh. My. God. An arsenal! And, yes, someplace I have my stick and my kevlar, not that it fits anymore, someplace in the back of a closet I have my old sap and my gloves with the lead foil sewn into the backs.
    Okay, I confess, I’m now public enemy nuber eighteen or something. This poor damned Yankee, though, what real guns did he even have? They don’t say. Wonder why.

  43. Lala says:

    I believe that in NY it has always been against the law for a civilian to have a police nightstick. Chuka ? sticks have been against the law for ages.

  44. Chris Vosburg says:

    Well, talking about the nut jobs – wasn’t Obama a personal friend of Bill Ayers and his homocidal wife – both admitted terrorists?
    Obama and Ayers scarcely knew each other, as has been affirmed by both, and confirmed by the fact that people who claim they are BFFs who took lots of windy walks together cannot even produce so much as a photograph of them together. Bill Ayers’ wife is not and has never been accused of homicide, in any court. Neither claims to be or has claimed to have been a terrorist.
    Glad I could help.

  45. Chris Vosburg says:

    “Am I the only person that finds it very strange that a person can be charged with a crime for possessing a police nightstick?”
    So my brother and I are returning from the park after a baseball game many years ago, and are pulled over for speeding, or tailight missing, or something, and the copper notices the baseball bat on the back seat, and he asks, with a straight face, “do you have any other weapons in the vehicle?”
    “Yes, there is a baseball as well,” I reply without missing a beat.
    So help me, it happened.

  46. “Obama and Ayers scarcely knew each other”
    And you believe that? Never mind the fact that Ayers’ house is where Bambi began his political career in Ayers’ house?
    Can I have some of what you’re on?
    “Bill Ayers’ wife is not and has never been accused of homicide, in any court. Neither claims to be or has claimed to have been a terrorist.”
    You really _are_ a moron, aren’t you?

  47. Chris Vosburg says:

    “Last time I checked the 2nd amendment doesn’t say anything about how many guns a person can own, only that our right to keep and bear them shall not be infringed.”
    Alone among the many rights enumerated in the Constitution, the second amendment is prefaced by a rationale for the granted right: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
    Check it out. Nowhere else do the framers say “here’s the reason we’re saying this should be a right.”
    Ignoring this, as you have done, one might be tempted to conclude that gun ownership may not be denied to a two-year-old or a mentally disturbed individual. Is that really your interpretation of the framers’ intent?
    What do you think they were trying to tell us?

  48. Chris Vosburg says:

    “Probably not as big as Weatherman Bill Ayers’s weapons stockpile was.”
    How big was Bill Ayers’ weapons stockpile, exactly? Please document your wild-eyed and drooling claim, if you can.

  49. Chris Vosburg says:

    “Both sides do it. The each side complains about guilt by association but then proceeds to argue guilt by association. ”
    I don’t believe that this is true.
    First, it’s tough to provide a lefty equivalent of, say, Tim McVeigh, whose madness was fueled by a steady fact-free diet of rightwing propaganda and finally brought to fruition by the ready availability of helpful advice provided by right wing nuts with explosives knowledge.
    Mock the lefties all you like– it’s true, we don’t really know much about killing people.
    But this is more important: Yes, madmen come in all political flavors, to be sure, and there are many lefty madmen, but, well, there are no lefty people standing in the street below these men on a ledge hollering jump, jump, jump.
    You got a rightwing madman on a ledge, there is no such lack, and I’m looking at you, Rush, and Glenn Beck, and Sean Hannity, and Bill O’Reilly, and — well you get the picture.

  50. “Alone among the many rights enumerated in the Constitution, the second amendment is prefaced by a rationale for the granted right: ‘A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.’
    Check it out. Nowhere else do the framers say ‘here’s the reason we’re saying this should be a right.'”
    Yeah, I think we know what it says. And why. A helluva lot better than you do, dumb@$$. And the framers were saying that it _is_ a right – not that it _should be_ one, Short Bus.
    Here’s your definition of “militia”, right here. _Check it out._
    http://www.answers.com/topic/militia
    “1. An army composed of ordinary citizens rather than professional soldiers.
    2. A military force that is not part of a regular army and is subject to call for service in an emergency.
    3. The whole body of physically fit civilians eligible by law for military service.”
    I was right – you _are_ a moron.

  51. “You got a rightwing madman on a ledge, there is no such lack, and I’m looking at you, Rush, and Glenn Beck, and Sean Hannity, and Bill O’Reilly, and — well you get the picture.”
    Yeah, we get the picture. You’re a cowardly little douchebag.

  52. Dan Riehl says:

    Actually, I did Lala – as I was in the editor when it came in. The only time he shows is when he’s trolling some link to his site. Guess I’ll just have to survive life in whatever category he wants to put me in. He’s been in my link troll category for a long time.

  53. Chris Vosburg says:

    “And you believe that? Never mind the fact that Ayers’ house is where Bambi began his political career in Ayers’ house?”
    The Ayerses, political activists of note, hosted an event at their house for Carol Mosely Braun, Illinois State Rep, who had decided to run for higher office. Barack Obama attended.
    You were saying?

  54. Chris Vosburg says:

    “You’re a cowardly little douchebag”
    That’s rich, coming from someone posting under the pseudonym “Darth Venemous”.

  55. “You were saying?”
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2008/10/obamas_character_still_questio.html
    “Obama’s political career was launched with Ayers giving him a fundraiser in his living room. If a Republican candidate had launched his political career at the home of an abortion-clinic bomber — even a repentant one — he would not have been able to run for dogcatcher in Podunk. And Ayers shows no remorse. His only regret is that he ‘didn’t do enough.'”
    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0208/8630.html
    “Now, as Obama runs for president, what two guests recall as an unremarkable gathering on the road to a minor elected office stands as a symbol of how swiftly he has risen from a man in the Hyde Park left to one closing in fast on the Democratic nomination for president.
    ‘I can remember being one of a small group of people who came to Bill Ayers’ house to learn that Alice Palmer was stepping down from the senate and running for Congress,’ said Dr. Quentin Young, a prominent Chicago physician and advocate for single-payer health care, of the informal gathering at the home of Ayers and his wife, Dohrn. ‘[Palmer] identified [Obama] as her successor.’”
    Obama and Palmer ‘were both there,’ he said.”

    I was saying that you are a moron.

  56. “That’s rich, coming from someone posting under the pseudonym ‘Darth Venemous’.”
    1008 Skyline Dr, #1521
    Arlington, TX
    Anytime you grow a set, pu$$y. Feel free to come say it to my face, chicken$hit.

  57. Nobody says:

    “Anytime you grow a set, pu$$y. Feel free to come say it to my face, chicken$hit.”
    Jump! Jump!

  58. Chris Vosburg says:

    Darth, if you feel that something I’ve said here constitutes a personal insult or “fighting words”, please identify it. I try to steer clear of such language, regarding it as counterproductive.

  59. Chris Vosburg says:

    Dan, you may want to scrub Darth’s address, for his own good. I’m not talking about retribution prevention, but, jeez, another address for the address harvesting bots on the net– I don’t think he wants the additional junk mail.
    On the other hand, he did walk into it with his eyes open, so maybe it’s the only way he’ll learn.
    Either way, just sayin’.

  60. Chris Vosburg says:

    Thanks for that, Darth, I misidentified the object of the Ayerses home gathering as Carol Mosely Braun. You’re quite right; it was Alice Palmer. To be frank, it was so unimportant that I didn’t bother to look it up. Careless of me nevertheless.

  61. “Darth, if you feel that something I’ve said here constitutes a personal insult or ‘fighting words’, please identify it. I try to steer clear of such language, regarding it as counterproductive.”
    “Wild-eyed and drooling cliams”? Accusing Limbaugh, Hannity, O’Reilly, et. al. (and, by extension/implication, those that listen to them) of being “madmen”? Wanna go ahead and start with the “mind-numbed robot” meme too, while you’re at it?
    _You_ may not think those are “fighting words” or personal insults – but try the “wild-eyed and drooling” bit to _my_ face and see what happens.
    Y’see, Chris, a good many of us are getting rather sick & tired of the liberals’ attitude that you think you’re better than we are, that you think that because you’re liberal and we’re conservative, you’re somehow smarter, more talented and know more about what’s good for us than do we. And your attitude of “Glad I could help” doesn’t do much for your cause, so you might consider dispensing with it.
    “Dan, you may want to scrub Darth’s address, for his own good. I’m not talking about retribution prevention,”
    Chris, I’ve been posting my address on the Internetwebtubes for years. Nobody – and I _do_ mean “nobody” – has ever had the balls to take me up on it.
    Not that I would worry that much if they did.
    “but, jeez, another address for the address harvesting bots on the net– I don’t think he wants the additional junk mail.”
    Like it bothers me? That _is_ what those trash cans out by the mailboxes are for, y’know.
    “On the other hand, he did walk into it with his eyes open, so maybe it’s the only way he’ll learn.”
    Learn? What I’ve learned is what I knew all along – that libs aren’t the hot little $hi4$ they think they are. No surprise there.

  62. “You’re quite right; it was Alice Palmer. To be frank, it was so unimportant that I didn’t bother to look it up. Careless of me nevertheless.”
    (shrug) As you wish. But it does put the lie to the “Obama and Ayers scarcely knew each other, as has been affirmed by both” meme. Frankly, at this point they could both swear on a stack of Bibles that the sky is blue, and I’d go out to double-check.

  63. PA says:

    The indoor firing range conversion is probably illegal. I believe there’s fed law against discharge of firearms within 300′ of occupied structures unless its a public indoor shooting range.
    The firearms, if he had the MA permits, are not illegal.

  64. 5th Level Fighter says:

    “Alone among the many rights enumerated in the Constitution, the second amendment is prefaced by a rationale for the granted right: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
    Check it out. Nowhere else do the framers say “here’s the reason we’re saying this should be a right.”
    Ignoring this, as you have done, one might be tempted to conclude that gun ownership may not be denied to a two-year-old or a mentally disturbed individual. Is that really your interpretation of the framers’ intent?
    What do you think they were trying to tell us?”
    Keep whacking away at that straw man, CV. No one is arguing that two-year-olds & mentally disturbed individuals should own guns, only that the the 2nd Amendment contains no restrictions upon the number of arms the people may possess.
    Furthermore, contrary to your assertion, the 2nd Amendment does not constrain the purpose for which such arms should be owned. In case you are not familiar with the recent Heller decision, the Supreme Court ruled that the 2nd Amendment grants an individual right to keep and bear arms for private use, including self defense, and is not limited to state-regulated militias.
    Granted, the 2nd Amendment does not restrict states from enacting more stringent requirements for gun ownership – demonstrated by the “stockpiling weapons” charge, clearly a MA law – and thus restricting ownership by age, condition, or character are all within constitutional bounds.
    The only difficult legal issue is regarding “mentally disturbed” individuals. Who makes that decision? And on what basis? Such determinations could be greatly abused by the state or agenda driven psychiatrists, much as the blanket and indiscriminate issuance of restraining orders in divorce proceedings is used by activist state & county level judges to restrict gun ownership by completely competent and qualified individuals.
    That said, I doubt you’ll find anyone on the right who will defend this particular individual. Just like you won’t find anyone of your side who will defend, or even mention, the liberal neuroscientist who shot up UAH yesterday.

  65. Chris Vosburg says:

    “But it does put the lie to the “Obama and Ayers scarcely knew each other, as has been affirmed by both” meme.”
    Uh huh. The article you cite as your proof that they are BFFs is headlined “Obama Once Visited Sixties Radicals” (!!!!!), which of course puts the lie to your claim that the article puts the lie to my claim that — jeez, I’m getting dizzy.
    Glad I could help, Darth, and I’m sorry you feel that all liberals think they are smarter than you. Difficult to see why.

  66. Chris Vosburg says:

    “No one is arguing that two-year-olds & mentally disturbed individuals should own guns, only that the the 2nd Amendment contains no restrictions upon the number of arms the people may possess.”
    Oh man [laughing], if I only had a nickel for every mentally disturbed individual arguing for his right to own guns…
    But more importantly, I think you are saying that we may not look to the second amendment to guarantee the right of gun ownership; only that it may not restrict it, in deference to the laws enacted by the states. Is that what you meant to say?

  67. Gary Maxwell says:

    Chris Vosberg = barking moonbat
    Ignor, he likes the attention, its lonely in mom’s basement.

  68. Chris Vosburg says:

    Vosburg, not Vosberg, I’m Dutch, not Jewish.

  69. Chris Vosburg says:

    “That said, I doubt you’ll find anyone on the right who will defend this particular individual.”
    In the post we re both commenting on, Dan Riehl writes: “I don’t know, maybe his being married to a Cambridge, MA shrink was to blame. That’s probably enough to drive anyone nuts.”
    So at least one person will.
    “Just like you won’t find anyone of your side who will defend, or even mention, the liberal neuroscientist who shot up UAH yesterday”
    Biologist, not neuroscientist. How exactly did you discern her political alignment, by the way?

  70. “Uh huh. The article you cite as your proof that they are BFFs is headlined ‘Obama Once Visited Sixties Radicals’ (!!!!!), which of course puts the lie to your claim that the article puts the lie to my claim that — jeez, I’m getting dizzy.”
    You want more? Happy to oblige.
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2008/10/the_obamaayers_connection.html
    “The records of the administration of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC), released last week by the University of Illinois, show that the Ayers-Obama connection was, in fact, an intimate collaboration and that it led to the only executive or administrative experience in Obama’s life.
    After Walter Annenberg’s foundation offered several hundred million dollars to American public schools in the mid-’90s, William Ayers applied for $50 million for Chicago. The purpose of his application was to secure funds to ‘raise political consciousness’ in Chicago’s public schools. After he won the grant, Ayers’s group chose Barack Obama to distribute the money. Between 1995 and 1999, Obama distributed the $50 million and raised another $60 million from other civic groups to augment it. In doing so, he was following Ayers’s admonition to grant the funds to ‘external’ organizations, like American Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) to pair with schools and conduct programs to radicalize the students and politicize them.”
    Not bad for someone who “scarcely knew” his benefactor.
    That’s about four or five links I’ve posted now to back up what I’m saying. In this entire thread, I see you’ve posted…zero.
    Which is pretty much what your bleatings are worth.
    “Glad I could help, Darth, and I’m sorry you feel that all liberals think they are smarter than you. Difficult to see why.”
    The offer stands, chumpette. Come say that to my face and see what it gets you, coward.
    “Vosburg, not Vosberg, I’m Dutch, not Jewish.”
    You’re one to talk. You can’t even spell “Venomous” correctly.

  71. Gary Maxwell says:

    Did Chrissy not read the news article about the biologist, where her students were quoted as saying she was a socialist? Go debate all her students and stop throwing around ridiculous charges. Or are you saying that progressive and socialist are not synonyms? That would be an entertaining thread. Maybe communist is the better match?

  72. Chris Vosburgh: Mock the lefties all you like– it’s true, we don’t really know much about killing people.
    Hey, your gal Amy Bishop killed way more people than this guy. She was not only a lefty (and has fairly positive notes at ratemyprofessors.com, except from lazy kids who didn’t want to study), but she is somehow connected to Bill Delahunt, D-MA. When he was a DA he helped her get away with murder last time! A longstanding tradition among Massachusetts politicians (read The Brothers Bulger for some history).
    So far, from the Mass, news sites, he’s charged with four “dangerous weapons,” (which is a Mass. term of art for a weapon that is usually not a firearm but that the state takes a dim view of, even a dog can be a DW, see Commonwealth v. Fettes, 64 Mass.App.Ct. 917 (2005)), and four tear gas grenades. A bit far from the “dozens of illegal weapons” the news stories claim (indeed, no one has counted the weapons up to dozens, even including the tear gas (?still wondering about that. That’s pretty weird, I admit).
    The guy may well be nutty as a fruitcake (tear gas grenades?) but it appears that most or all of his 20 or so weapons were actually registered with the state, and he was properly licensed to possess them. Further, under some circumstances possession of firearms w/o registration in MA is not unlawful… so it remains to be seen what’s happening here. He is being held without bail, but in MA that is more likely to be applied to a technical violation of gun laws than it is to actual murder — c.f. Amy Bishop, who walked away from shooting her brother to death thanks to liberal lawyers and pols, only to kill again next time she got frustrated.
    IANAL but my best guess on this is that: the Commonwealth of MA does not succeed in putting Gregory Girard away for decades on a felony rap (although he could be nuts enough to get committed), but the State of AL has Bishop sentenced to death within eighteen months. But then, she’s never going to be executed. Liberals value the lives of criminals, but not their victims; there will always be someone to speak for Bishop, just like the DA set her free the last time she murdered.

  73. Re: Bill Ayers’ arsenal?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfEcZlO-APE
    That was Feb 9, 1970. After trying to kill the Murtagh family, Bill and Bernardine fled to San Francisco.
    Feb. 16, 1970, a bomb designed and built by Ayers and planted by Dohrn, according to former Weatherman Larry Grathwohl, blew up in the Park Station police HQ in San Francisco. Police Sergeant Brian V. McDonnell suffered in the hospital for two days, bleeding from his wounds, before he finally died.
    Just because you can’t see it with your head in the sand, doesn’t mean it’s not there.

  74. 5th Level Fighter says:

    “In the post we re both commenting on, Dan Riehl writes: “I don’t know, maybe his being married to a Cambridge, MA shrink was to blame. That’s probably enough to drive anyone nuts.”
    So at least one person will.”
    Dan’s commentary would more accurately be described as an attempt at humor, not a defense. And if you follow the later context, he was making a point about the ridiculous attempt to link this guy with the Tea Party movementand Sarah Palin. So, if you’re really going to argue this point, try to do so honestly.
    “Biologist, not neuroscientist. How exactly did you discern her political alignment, by the way?”
    I apologize if I misclassified her specialty. I was relying on the brief reports I had heard about the event. As for her politics, it was reported that she was quite open about her politic views to her students, and actually referred to as a “socialist” by a few. Also, according to further reporting today, her family apparently has deep connections to the Democrat Party, and even used those connections with Rep. William Delahunt (D-MA), then, the local district attorney, to get her out of the murder of her brother with a 12-gauge shotgun over 20 years ago.
    So if you insist on carrying the “mentally disturbed gun crazy sociopath connected to a political movement & one of its politicians, and therefore both are responsible” meme onward, you should probably accept at least equal blame as you trying to assign to your enemies. Actually more, as your crazy actually killed three people yesterday, and “our” crazy just had some pepper spray in his basement.

  75. 5th Level Fighter says:

    “But more importantly, I think you are saying that we may not look to the second amendment to guarantee the right of gun ownership; only that it may not restrict it, in deference to the laws enacted by the states. Is that what you meant to say?”
    A constructionist view would support that. In essence, that the Constitution does not generally grant specific rights to the people – such rights being inherent – but rather delineates and limits the powers of the federal government. The general view of the courts hasn’t supported that view for a long time, largely due to the 14th Amendment. In fact, that’s basically what the War Between the States was all about, the powers of the states versus the federal government, that is.
    However, the Heller decision does do much to return jurisprudence to that view. In fact, the Heller decision could end up opening 2nd Amendment rights to broader protection – ironically, a “progressive” view – in that the application of the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause could be applied to state-level gun restrictions, though the ruling did not specifically speak to that.

  76. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    Roger Knight sez: And I would like her to take the consistently conservative position that there is no excuse for violating the Constitution, when it is interpreted on the principle that each word means what Webster’s Dictionary says it means.”
    So, you disapproved of George W. Bush’s more unConstitutional actions, signing statements, violation of habeus corpus, Dick Cheney becoming a previously-unknown Fourth Branch of Government, and so on and so forth?
    Good to hear. But where were you when we needed you 6 years ago?

  77. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    Darth Venomous: ”
    1008 Skyline Dr, #1521
    Arlington, TX
    Anytime you grow a set, pu$$y. Feel free to come say it to my face, chicken$hit.”
    Let the hate flow through you. Soon your journey to the Dark Side will be complete….if you don’t get laughed off of the Internet first.
    “Chris, I’ve been posting my address on the Internetwebtubes for years. Nobody – and I _do_ mean “nobody” – has ever had the balls to take me up on it.”
    Because, by Internet Law(tm), beating someone up PROVES that your online argument is factually correct!
    More Darth: “Y’see, Chris, a good many of us are getting rather sick & tired of the liberals’ attitude that you think you’re better than we are, that you think that because you’re liberal and we’re conservative, you’re somehow smarter, more talented and know more about what’s good for us than do we. And your attitude of “Glad I could help” doesn’t do much for your cause, so you might consider dispensing with it.”
    Well, let me go through the laundry list:
    I think I’m MORALLY superior to the average Bush-Worshipper as I oppose torture while some of them have been trying to pretend it’s Business as usual instead of a WAR CRIME.
    I think I’m INTELLECTUALLY superior as I don’t pretend that my political/economic biases somehow trump the laws of physics, unlike the anti-anthropogenic climate change oil-company shills, or the Creationist dingbats.
    And I _DEFINITELY_ know more about what’s good for ME than some angry old lady at a Tea Party with a sign saying “Get Big Government out of my Medicare!”.
    And I’m no Dave Barry or Hunter S. Thompson, but I think I can write a funnier (and more factual) blag-comment than a rage-addict like Darth, here.
    Seriously. most Liberals I know want to make this a better country to live in. Unlike guys like you, who act like if PRESIDENT Barack Hussein Obama* declared “National Don’t Set Yourself On Fire Day”, you’d celebrate it in a way involving matches, gasoline, and a Last Will and Testament.
    Also, I have a memory that extends back before January 20th, 2009, and I remember what a mess the Republicans made when we let them run thinsg for a while.
    Remember, it was a Bush staffer who decided that the “Reality-Based Community” was a BAD thing to be part of. When did the GOP decide that reality had a Liberal Bias?
    A funnier guy than I explains one of the many reasons I’m not a Republican:
    http://kfmonkey.blogspot.com/2004/12/i-miss-republicans.html
    *(He still is. Choke on it.)

  78. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    My penis is very tiny and it itches.

  79. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    Huh. It’s Bizarro Consumer Unit, from the antimatter universe where the Republicans are actually right about everything!
    I suppose once you’ve rejected logic, history, facts, reason, and science as possible argument methods, Dick Size is all that’s left.

  80. “First off, it’s Barack.
    Barack Obama.
    PRESIDENT Barack Obama to YOU.”
    I’ll call B. HUSSEIN Obama whatever the f*ck I damn well please. And what are _you_ going to do about it?
    Here’s a hint, chump: Not a damned thing. You’re about as impotent on that count as you are when you try to hump your sister.
    Oh, wait. Sorry – that was your poodle. Keep getting them confused, y’know.
    “(Man, I wish I could see your face when you read that. Bet it was as red as a beet.)”
    You could, if you had the cojones to come out from behind your daddy’s skirt and show up on my doorstep.
    Then again, what am I saying? You’re a cowardly little libtard puzzy. Yours will never get big enough.
    “‘Can I have some of what you’re on?’
    They’re called ‘facts’. Wonderful things, really–make you think more clearly. But they doesn’t provide that sweet, sweet rush of adrenaline that seething hatred does, so they’re probably not to your taste.”
    Here’s a clue for you, Cwissy: you can’t make $hit up in your head and call them “facts”.
    The real world doesn’t operate that way. Unlike the fantasy land in which you live, where you have wet dreams that you’re the hottest little f*ck around.
    “Bill Ayers was arrested, tried, convicted, did his jail time, and is now a free man. If you don’t like that, take it up with the Justice Department.”
    Oh, keep pushing us, little pusbag. You libtards will be dealt with soon enough.
    “Or does Obama need to kill Ayers with his bare hands and place his still-beating heart on an altar sanctified to Blessed Saint Ronald Reagan the Commie-Smiter to absolve himself of his Mortal Sin”
    That’d be a nice start. But I’d settle for your cowardly @$$ on my doorstep, seeing as you think you’re all that.
    “Let the hate flow through you. Soon your journey to the Dark Side will be complete….if you don’t get laughed off of the Internet first.”
    Oh, wow. I’m going to be laughed off the Internetwebtubenets by a puzzy who hides behind his keyboard, in all his glorious anonymity. How _am_ I ever going to survive?
    “Because, by Internet Law(tm), beating someone up PROVES that your online argument is factually correct!”
    Internet Law™ (hey, wow, look at that – I actually know _how_ to make the trademark!) also says back up your bleating with, y’know, _actual links_. Seems you’re not very good in _that_ regard, either.
    But it _does_ prove that you’re nothing but a whiny-@$$ed little wuss-boy who can’t back up your bull$h14. (I mean, we knew that all along, but we appreciate the clarification.)
    “I think I’m MORALLY superior to the average Bush-Worshipper as I oppose torture while some of them have been trying to pretend it’s Business as usual instead of a WAR CRIME.”
    Forgetting for a minute that weenies like you think “torture” is having to go more than 5 hours without a latté from Starbucks, the fact is that what you call “torture” _works_ and even your honeyboy Bambi’s CIA says so.
    http://www.cnsnews.com/public/content/article.aspx?RsrcID=46949
    Choke on _that_, puzzy.
    “I think I’m INTELLECTUALLY superior as I don’t pretend that my political/economic biases somehow trump the laws of physics, unlike the anti-anthropogenic climate change oil-company shills”
    Oh, look, Riehlites & Riehlettes – we have ourselves a Glow-bull Wormenist here! BWAH-HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
    Would that be the Glow-bull Wormening™ that’s going down the proverbial tubes, because it’s biggest apologist just admitted that the dog ate his homework?
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1250872/Climategate-U-turn-Astonishment-scientist-centre-global-warming-email-row-admits-data-organised.html
    ” * Data for vital ‘hockey stick graph’ has gone missing
    * There has been no global warming since 1995
    * Warming periods have happened before – but NOT due to man-made changes”
    _That_ “laws of physics”, Einstein? (chortle)
    “or the Creationist dingbats.”
    Given that you just had your @$$ handed to you on Glow-bull Wormening™, I think I’ll give you a pass on your little lame-brained theory. As despondent as I’d love to see you become, I _do_ have *_some_* compassion. (chuckle)
    “And I _DEFINITELY_ know more about what’s good for ME than some angry old lady at a Tea Party with a sign saying ‘Get Big Government out of my Medicare!’.”
    Which is, of course, why you want to force your values re: health care on that old lady, isn’t it? Or would you just as soon deny her her health care and kill her off more quickly, eh, @$$clown?
    But tell us, in your _infinite_ wisdom (/sarc) – where in the Constitution does it say that I have to pay for your health care?
    Go ahead. I’ll wait.
    “And I’m no Dave Barry or Hunter S. Thompson”
    Hell – you’re not even a half-way decent Darth Venomous.
    “but I think I can write a funnier (and more factual) blag-comment than a rage-addict like Darth, here.”
    As I’ve just handed you your @$$ _again_ – see what happens when you think with your needle-d1ck?
    “Seriously. most Liberals I know want to make this a better country to live in.”
    Seriously, most Americans _I_ know have seen what you libtards want to do – and have rejected it. (For reference, see “Brown, Scott”)
    “Unlike guys like you, who act like if PRESIDENT Barack Hussein Obama*”
    …whose ratings at this point are in the mid-40s after only one year – and dropping.
    Choke on *_THAT_*, dumb@$$.
    “declared “National Don’t Set Yourself On Fire Day”, you’d celebrate it in a way involving matches, gasoline, and a Last Will and Testament.”
    Precisely. Only we’re going to make _you_ the kindling. (guffaw)
    “Also, I have a memory that extends back before January 20th, 2009, and I remember what a mess the Republicans made when we let them run thinsg for a while.”
    I have one too, dipwad. And _my_ memory recalls that things were going fairly decently in this country – not great, mind you, but not disastrously – up until about January 4th, 2007.
    The day, for that “memory” of yours, that your fellow Demoscum took over Congress.
    I think more people here will agree with me than you – that’s about when things began to spiral into the royal $h14ter.
    “Remember, it was a Bush staffer who decided that the “Reality-Based Community” was a BAD thing to be part of. When did the GOP decide that reality had a Liberal Bias?”
    Happily, come November we’ll be doing something about your so-called “bias” and shoving it back up your swishy, putrid @$$.
    Choke on _that_, moron. (rofl)

  81. Oh, and try thinking twice before you take me on again, Chrissy. You’re clearly out of your league here.

  82. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    Ok…let’s see…. more dick-sizing…veiled threats, not-so-veiled threats….utterly blatant threats… Dum de dum….
    Ah, finally a little substance.
    “Forgetting for a minute that weenies like you think “torture” is having to go more than 5 hours without a latté from Starbucks, the fact is that what you call “torture” _works_ and even your honeyboy Bambi’s CIA says so.”
    I’m with that snivelling Liberal wimp (and former Navy SEAL) Jesse Ventura on this one: “[Water-boarding] is torture… It’s drowning. It gives you the complete sensation that you are drowning. It is no good, because you — I’ll put it to you this way, you give me a water board, Dick Cheney and one hour, and I’ll have him confess to the Sharon Tate murders.”
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/05/12/jesse-ventura-coleman-a-h_n_202629.html
    And if torture’s so wonderful, why don’t I see you guys advocating its use on domestic criminals? Or is that what’s planned for the next time the NeoCons take over?
    Why are you people so gung-ho to do things we HANGED Nazis for?
    (Global Warming stuff snipped, since he doesn’t understand the difference between “whoops, our measurements are off” and “IT WAS ALL A LIE!”)
    “Which is, of course, why you want to force your values re: health care on that old lady, isn’t it? Or would you just as soon deny her her health care and kill her off more quickly, eh, @$$clown?”
    You didn’t get the joke, did you?
    “But tell us, in your _infinite_ wisdom (/sarc) – where in the Constitution does it say that I have to pay for your health care?”
    Let me see….
    “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, PROMOTE THE GENERAL WELFARE, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”
    Admittedly, back when he constitution was written, bathing was a twice-a-year thing, amputation was a common treatment, and ‘chemotherapy’ meant taking arsenic salts in whiskey, so it’s no surprise the Founding Fathers didn’t anticipate our current situation, where nobody who isn’t a millionaire can afford to survive serious medical problems by themselves.
    If you ARE paying for insurance, you’re paying for other people’s healthcare. That’s how insurance works–they’re just taking a nice skim off the top for their stockholders. If you’ve been to a hospital, you were paying for someone else’s healthcare–those filthy POOR people who came to the emergency room when the pain got to be too much, but couldn’t pay, so the hospital had to jack up rates on everyone else to make it up.
    And _I’m_ paying for my health care, too. And if you act in Real Life anything like your Internet Tough Guy schtick, I’m guessing I’ll be helping to pay for your jail cell, too.
    “…whose ratings at this point are in the mid-40s after only one year – and dropping.”
    Yeah, most of us are terribly disappointed that PRESIDENT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA hasnt managed to follow through on all the good ideas he had when he was campaigning. Hopefully, we’ll vote a few more obstructionist Republicans out, and take that excuse away from the Dems.
    “I have one too, dipwad. And _my_ memory recalls that things were going fairly decently in this country – not great, mind you, but not disastrously – up until about January 4th, 2007.”
    So, there wasn’t any deficit, unemployment wasn’t a problem, the climate was (whoops, forgot–no physics for you), gas prices hadn’t hit $4/gallon, and we weren’t stuck in two military quagmires?
    Because I’m pretty sure at least some of that list was a problem before that date.
    Also, Enron.
    Plus the ballooning real-estate market that popped in the last year of Bush’s reign didn’t suddenly come out of nowhere.
    (Well, that was fun. Utterly futile, but fun.)

  83. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    As long as we’re on the topic of right-wing psychos, what about that guy who shot up a Unitarian church last year? I seem to recall his ‘suicide note’ was mostly spent on how much he hated the Liberals who were destroying the country.

  84. Chris Vosburg says:

    Gary Maxwell writes: “Did Chrissy not read the news article about the biologist, where her students were quoted as saying she was a socialist? Go debate all her students and stop throwing around ridiculous charges.”
    One, and only one student said, in an anonymous posting on a “rate the teacher” website, of Bishop that she was a “socalist”, whatever that is, and further went on to say that she was “hot, but tries to hide it.”
    Whew. Having had a look at pictures of Bishop, I deduce that the comment was made after a night of heavy drinking, by someone who’d fit right in among the commenters here.

  85. Chris Vosburg says:

    5th Level Fighter writes: “However, the Heller decision does do much to return jurisprudence to that view. In fact, the Heller decision could end up opening 2nd Amendment rights to broader protection – ironically, a “progressive” view – in that the application of the 14th Amendment’s equal protection clause could be applied to state-level gun restrictions, though the ruling did not specifically speak to that.”
    When is a free state not a state? When it is the District of Columbia, the only place in the country that the decision applies to. Comedy relief provided as always by Chief Scalia, with the breathtakingly bizarre Scaliaism: “Whatever the reason, handguns are the most popular weapon chosen by Americans for self-defense in the home, and a complete prohibition of their use is invalid.”
    That’s some mighty fine judicial reasoning there, Chief. Under this logic, if RPGs were the weapon of choice, he’d declare that prohibition of them was invalid.

  86. “Ok…let’s see…. more dick-sizing…”
    While you’re still trying to find yours, I see.
    “veiled threats, not-so-veiled threats….utterly blatant threats… Dum de dum….”
    Awwwwww, is him’s gonna go cwying to him’s daddy now? Awwwwww…
    Bet he’s still enjoying your rimjobs, isn’t he?
    “Ah, finally a little substance.”
    Yes, it’s really sad when it all emanates from my keyboard, too. It must be really difficult when you only one-eighth of a functioning brain cell, but please _do_ try to keep up.
    “I’m with that snivelling Liberal wimp (and former Navy SEAL) Jesse Ventura on this one:”
    Ah, yes. That would be failed _professional wrestler_ and conspiracy loon Jesse “The Dumb@$$” Ventura. He who couldn’t even get his conspiracy nutcase show on Spike TV, of all places, and had to settle for what used to be _Court TV_. And when the “MANswers” channel won’t take you, that’s pathetic.
    “‘[Water-boarding] is torture… It’s drowning. It gives you the complete sensation that you are drowning. It is no good, because you — I’ll put it to you this way, you give me a water board, Dick Cheney and one hour, and I’ll have him confess to the Sharon Tate murders.'”
    Oooooooooh, is he threatening a former Vice President of the United States?
    Interesting, isn’t it? You wet your panties when I dare you to demonstrate your papier-machés, but you seem to have no problem with this, eh Vosturd?
    Hypocrite much, d1ckw33d?
    “http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/05/12/jesse-ventura-coleman-a-h_n_202629.html”
    And _then_ you follow it up with…an actual link?
    Nah, just HuffBlows.
    Dude, you really need to quit while you’re behind. Your credibility was already Swiss cheese as it was. (snicker)
    “And if torture’s so wonderful, why don’t I see you guys advocating its use on domestic criminals? Or is that what’s planned for the next time the NeoCons take over?”
    Love to. Starting with you. Soon as you get finished with your dad’s rimjob.
    “Why are you people so gung-ho to do things we HANGED Nazis for?”
    Forgetting the obvious retort – that we happen to be at war, and war isn’t fought Queensbury-style – what _exactly_ did we hang the Nazis for?
    Be specific, now. And do try to post some _credible_ linkage *_this_* time, eh?
    “(Global Warming stuff snipped, since he doesn’t understand the difference between ‘whoops, our measurements are off’ and ‘IT WAS ALL A LIE!’)”
    Translation: “Dammit! I’ve been pwn3d!!!!!” (chortle)
    Pretty sure you won’t be bringing Glow-bull Wormening™ up again, will you? ROFLMAO!!!!!
    “‘Which is, of course, why you want to force your values re: health care on that old lady, isn’t it? Or would you just as soon deny her her health care and kill her off more quickly, eh, @$$clown?’
    You didn’t get the joke, did you?”
    You’re not very good at stand-up. Don’t quit your day job at the fryers.

  87. “‘We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, PROMOTE THE GENERAL WELFARE, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.'”
    Good, good. You got the Preamble – which doesn’t contain any executable law therein. (Same principle as when I pwn3d your @$$ the other day over the Second Amendment, Vosturd. Don’t you ever learn? (LOL))
    “Admittedly, back when he constitution was written, bathing was a twice-a-year thing”
    And how nice to see one area where you hold fast to tradition.
    (See what I mean about quitting while you’re behind? You really are slow on the uptick, y’know.)
    “amputation was a common treatment”
    And what a shame they didn’t treat your daddy’s syphillis that way.
    “and ‘chemotherapy’ meant taking arsenic salts in whiskey, so it’s no surprise the Founding Fathers didn’t anticipate our current situation, where nobody who isn’t a millionaire can afford to survive serious medical problems by themselves.”
    But their _ancestors_ had already figured out that the underlying principle – collectivism – doesn’t work.
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2009/11/26/pilgrims_planted_the_seeds_of_americas_abundance_99321.html
    “Early on, the Pilgrims grasped a basic point about economic motivation. In 1623, they rejected their initial system of collectivism; each family got its own plot of land. Bradford called it ‘a very good success, for it makes all hands very industrious.’ They had learned ‘the vanity of that conceit of Plato’s . . . that the taking away of property and bringing community into a commonwealth would make them happy and flourishing.'”
    (Y’know, this is like shooting fish in a barrel. Ripping you all these new ones is just too easy.)
    “If you ARE paying for insurance, you’re paying for other people’s healthcare. That’s how insurance works–they’re just taking a nice skim off the top for their stockholders.”
    But I’m paying a _private_ company for this. I know they haven’t taught you this yet in Romper Room, but there’s a slight difference between paying a private company, one that I can fire at a moment’s notice and hire a new one, and having government force me at the point of the IRS’ gun, to buy _their_ insurance.
    It’s become all too clear that you’re too stupid to realize this – but that’s your problem, not mine.
    “If you’ve been to a hospital, you were paying for someone else’s healthcare–those filthy POOR people who came to the emergency room when the pain got to be too much, but couldn’t pay, so the hospital had to jack up rates on everyone else to make it up.”
    And your solution to _that_ is to keep costs down by rationing healthcare. That way, everyone gets “free” health care.
    Except it won’t.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/08/17/compromise-co-op-proposal_n_261044.html
    “The U.S. General Accounting Office produced a report on cooperatives in March 2000 that was mostly sour on the idea. Using five different co-ops as examples, the study concluded that on the key function — lowering the cost of insurance — these non-profit insurance pools came up well short.”
    (Doesn’t it suck when I can take your own pathetic sources and throw them back in your ugly face, moron? ROFL!!!!!)

  88. “And _I’m_ paying for my health care, too. And if you act in Real Life anything like your Internet Tough Guy schtick, I’m guessing I’ll be helping to pay for your jail cell, too.”
    OoooooooOOOOOOOOooooooh…he’s threatening to run and hide behind the police and sic ‘em on me. OoooOOOOOoooooh, I’m skeeeeeered.
    Maybe, once they finish laughing _their_ asses off at you, you can explain to _them_ how you’re “Dutch not Swedish”. Or Zimbabwean. Or whatever. (rolls eyes)
    “Yeah, most of us are terribly disappointed that PRESIDENT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA hasnt managed to follow through on all the good ideas he had when he was campaigning.”
    Well, he should get lots of help now from new Massachusetts Sen. Coakley…uh, wait…
    “Hopefully, we’ll vote a few more obstructionist Republicans out, and take that excuse away from the Dems.”
    See above. BWAH-HAHAHAHAHAHA…!!!!!
    “So, there wasn’t any deficit”
    (Riehlites & Riehlettes – ever hear the volleyball term “bump, set, spike”? Get ready.)
    Not to the degree that your honeyboy Bambi has taken it, no. Bush never ran a deficit of more than $450 billion or so. Bambi’s already quadrupled that.
    http://blog.heritage.org/2009/03/24/bush-deficit-vs-obama-deficit-in-pictures/
    “unemployment wasn’t a problem”
    One week after the ’08 election, unemployment was 6.5. And _that_ was considered high – it had been between 4.5 & 5.5 percent for most of his second term.
    http://blogs.payscale.com/salary_report_kris_cowan/2008/11/post.html
    And…uh…what is now?
    “the climate was (whoops, forgot–no physics for you)”
    You’ve already been majorly pwn3d on that one, chump. Do yourself a favor and don’t go back there. (snicker)
    “gas prices hadn’t hit $4/gallon”
    And they were that high because every time we mentioned drilling on our own land for the oil (does the acronym “ANWR” mean anything to you?), you leftard puzzies threw another temper tantrum.
    Note what happened when Bush lifted the ban on offshore drilling – the price started dropping.
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25816555/
    “A barrel of light, sweet crude fell $1.86 to $126.56 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That is down from more than $140 a barrel earlier in the summer.”
    Sucks to have your @$$ handed to you continously like this, doesn’t it? (LOL)
    “and we weren’t stuck in two military quagmires?”
    Oh, you mean the “quagmires” that Vice Dumb@$$ Hair-Butt-Plugs is taking credit for now?
    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2010/02/joe-biden-update-larry-king-iraq-obama-sarah-palin.html
    (Just to limit damage to your already-hanging-by-a-thread credibility, we’ll forget for a moment that credit on the successes in Iraq belong to Bush, not Bambi. And we’ll forget that conditins in Afghanistan worsened while Bambi dragged his ball-less ass on sending more troops.)
    Because I’m pretty sure at least some of that list was a problem before that date.
    “Also, Enron.”
    I _might_ have given you that one, except you haven’t explained how that’s Bush’s (or even the GOP’s) fault. (And even if you manage to spew something forth, it’ll likely be more easily-debunked BS.) More epic fail on your part, Vosturd.
    “Plus the ballooning real-estate market that popped in the last year of Bush’s reign didn’t suddenly come out of nowhere.”
    Ah yes. The final act of grasping for straws by Vosturd.
    Ever hear of the Community Reinvestment Act? This hare-brained law was used by the man in the Oval Office and his Attorney General to force banks to lend money to people who clearly were unable to pay it back through the use of subprime mortgages. And the housing bubble burst when the rates on those mortgages ballooned to unaffordable levels.
    Except that man in the Oval Office was Kaiser Wilhelm von Slickmeister, and his excuse-for-an-Attorney General was Janet El Reño, the Butcher of Waco who put some 53 people through her own version of “torture” – but I guess _that_ was okay, wasn’t it?
    (Well, that was fun. Utterly futile, but fun.)
    You _enjoy_ getting your skanky @$$ handed to you time after time after time, Vosturd?
    Get help. Seriously.
    (Remember what I said about you being out of my league, Cwissy? Next time, I guess you’ll believe me, won’t you? (guffaw))

  89. Chris Vosburg says:

    Darth, you seem to be a little confused. The commenter “Consumer Unit 5012″ and myself are two different people. But by all means keep digging; bottom of the hole’s gotta be somewhere down there.
    By the way, I just pulled up in front of your place; can you come down and meet me? Wear a silly hat and carry a sign saying “I’m Darth Venomous! GRR!” so I’ll know it’s you.

  90. Chris Vosburg says:

    Incidentally, I couldn’t resist running your phony address through Google Maps. Dude, you live at the YMCA? That’s awesome! Say hi to the other members of the Village People for me.

  91. “Darth, you seem to be a little confused. The commenter “Consumer Unit 5012″ and myself are two different people. But by all means keep digging; bottom of the hole’s gotta be somewhere down there.”
    That’s what Glenn Greenwald used to say, Vosturd. Ever hear the phrase “sock puppet”? LOL!
    “By the way, I just pulled up in front of your place; can you come down and meet me? Wear a silly hat and carry a sign saying “I’m Darth Venomous! GRR!” so I’ll know it’s you.”
    So you’re a liar as well as a coward, too? Oh, this is too good! ROFLMAO!!!
    “Incidentally, I couldn’t resist running your phony address through Google Maps. Dude, you live at the YMCA? That’s awesome! Say hi to the other members of the Village People for me.”
    And yet another excuse from the chickens**t – the old “I don’t live where I said I live” meme.
    All while continuing to hide behind daddy’s skirt and eating him out.
    That one was debunked at least six months ago, chumpette. And as it turned out, _that_ particular wusstard was exposed as delusional, too – he kept trying to claim he’d been a NYC cop.
    As for you, well – you don’t have any cred left, either, Vosturd. Give up now and go back to those paternal rimjobs. (guffaw)

  92. Blanche says:

    Christ, what a lot of lightweights on this page. Darlings, Bill Ayers is sooo last year. Get with the century!

  93. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    “Posted by: Chris Vosburg”
    Oh, THAT explains the weird names Dorf Venemous keeps calling me. I’d say it’s nice to meet you, but I wish it was under more pleasant circumstances.
    Is he _always_ like this?

  94. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    Wow, this was an unpleasant read.
    Darth Verminous: “Forgetting the obvious retort – that we happen to be at war, and war isn’t fought Queensbury-style – what _exactly_ did we hang the Nazis for?
    Be specific, now. And do try to post some _credible_ linkage *_this_* time, eh?”
    Here, let me Google that for you.
    I couldn’t find anything on World Net Daily, Weekly World News, or Conservapedia, so this’ll have to do.
    http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_daily_dish/2007/05/verschfte_verne.html
    “You’re not very good at stand-up. Don’t quit your day job at the fryers.”
    He still doesn’t get it…. :)
    “Early on, the Pilgrims grasped a basic point about economic motivation. In 1623, they rejected their initial system of collectivism; each family got its own plot of land.”
    I wonder what the Indians thought about that?
    “But I’m paying a _private_ company for this. I know they haven’t taught you this yet in Romper Room, but there’s a slight difference between paying a private company, one that I can fire at a moment’s notice and hire a new one”…
    …Unless you have a pre-existing condition. But, I guess you’re young enough not to have to worry about any of those, right?
    “Not to the degree that your honeyboy Bambi has taken it, no. Bush never ran a deficit of more than $450 billion or so. Bambi’s already quadrupled that.
    http://blog.heritage.org/2009/03/24/bush-deficit-vs-obama-deficit-in-pictures/
    I’m guessing the word “projected” doesn’t mean anything to you.
    I’ll see your chart, and raise you one:
    http://fgault.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/natl_debt_chart-2004.gif
    http://www.hanlonsrazor.org/2006/11/30/chart-national-debt-over-time/
    “And they were that high because every time we mentioned drilling on our own land for the oil (does the acronym “ANWR” mean anything to you?), you leftard puzzies threw another temper tantrum.
    Note what happened when Bush lifted the ban on offshore drilling – the price started dropping.”
    Well, seeing how McCain was also all gung-ho on drilling, that doesn’t surprise me.
    ANWR…that’s that place up north which, after several years of construction, we MIGHT be able to get 6 whole months of oil out of, right? Yeah, I’m sure that made a huge dent. Totally unlike the record oil-company profits that year, which actually made Congress seriously consider legislation against profiteering, after which, said profits went from “obscene” to merely “massive”.
    “”and we weren’t stuck in two military quagmires?”
    Oh, you mean the “quagmires” that Vice Dumb@$$ Hair-Butt-Plugs is taking credit for now?”
    Do you kiss your mom with that mouth? Jeez.
    What’s Obama suppsoed to do, say “Oh, well, we blew it” and leave? If he did that, it would be another 50 years before you guys stopped whining about it.
    (I may be too optimistic with that number. It’s been almost 40 years since Vietnam, and the Right still seems to be fighting that one.)
    “I _might_ have given you that one, except you haven’t explained how that’s Bush’s (or even the GOP’s) fault. (And even if you manage to spew something forth, it’ll likely be more easily-debunked BS.)”
    Enron? Well, for starters, I think it puts a rather large hole in the idea that Privatization Is Always The Best Solution.
    Secondly, their head man Ken Lay was a good friend of George W. Bush.
    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/0708042lay1.html
    “Ever hear of the Community Reinvestment Act? This hare-brained law was used by the man in the Oval Office and his Attorney General to force banks to lend money to people who clearly were unable to pay it back through the use of subprime mortgages. And the housing bubble burst when the rates on those mortgages ballooned to unaffordable levels.”
    Wow, actual facts I ALMOST have to agree with! Except…Bush & Co had 8 whole years to do anything about this, but didn’t.
    And it didn’t “force” banks to loan to anyone. They just saw a new revenue stream and jumped on it.
    “Except that man in the Oval Office was Kaiser Wilhelm von Slickmeister, and his excuse-for-an-Attorney General was Janet El Reño, the Butcher of Waco who put some 53 people through her own version of “torture” – but I guess _that_ was okay, wasn’t it?”
    You just CANNOT stop calling people names, can you? Sad, really.
    And, no, I thought the Waco Massacre/Suicide/Hideous Show Of Incompetence was the result of hamfisted attempts by the Alphabet soup agencies to “look tough”.
    “You _enjoy_ getting your skanky @$$ handed to you time after time after time, Vosturd?”
    No, I enjoy studying the thought processes of the sanity-optional. It’s a bad habit, I know.
    As for the rest of you Tea Partiers–you _DO_ understand that Darth Lemonous here is what you end up looking like to the rest of the world, right?

  95. Chris Vosburg says:

    Consumer Unit 5012 writes: “Is he _always_ like this?”
    Beats me, and I’m not likely to find out, ’cause I don’t hang here. Dan attracts an enthusiastic if excitable group of commenters, and you’d have to ask the regulars here if he is their standard bearer.
    I hope not. Seems like he’d be a fair asshole behind the wheel of a car, though, so we may want to avoid the streets of city-on-the-move Arlington Texas altogether.

  96. Chris Vosburg says:

    That’s what Glenn Greenwald used to say, Vosturd. Ever hear the phrase “sock puppet”? LOL!
    Darth, [sigh] if the difference in writing styles isn’t enough, you could probably just ask the blog proprietor, who would confirm that the comments coming from what I tell you are two different people are in fact coming from two different sources.
    That you think you merit a grand conspiracy tells us all a lot about you, incidentally.

  97. Chris Vosburg says:

    “And yet another excuse from the chickens**t – the old “I don’t live where I said I live” meme.”
    Anyone can run the address you posted through Google maps, and see what I saw. Take it down to street level view, and there it is– you posted an address which does not exist.
    Closest match is the YMCA at 2005 Skyline, which fact I couldn’t resist poking a little fun at.

  98. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    “Anyone can run the address you posted through Google maps, and see what I saw. Take it down to street level view, and there it is– you posted an address which does not exist.”
    Apparently, Google maps is off a little. I decided to use my l33t n1nj4 5k111z to check out his house with my trusty camera, and I actually managed to get footage of him replying to one of our posts!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbcctWbC8Q0
    I had no idea Darth spoke German so fluently.

  99. “Oh, THAT explains the weird names Dorf Venemous keeps calling me. I’d say it’s nice to meet you, but I wish it was under more pleasant circumstances.”
    My God, you’re now trolling for your own sock puppet? We all here realize you’re dating your right hand, but really now.
    “Is he _always_ like this?”
    Are you always an effing coward, wussboy?
    “Wow, this was an unpleasant read.”
    It _is_ always unpleasent having your @$$ handed to you time after time after time, isn’t it, dumb f*ck? Shame you can’t see how I’ve made you look like the imbecile you are, Cwissy.
    “http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_daily_dish/2007/05/verschfte_verne.html”
    I said _credible_ linkage, moron. OTOH, maybe ol’ “Power Glutes Milky Loads” has finally found someone to help share his “bicycle seat”. ROFL!!!
    “He still doesn’t get it….”
    You’re still not funny, f*cktard. And you’re still a cowardly little puzzy to boot.
    “‘Early on, the Pilgrims grasped a basic point about economic motivation. In 1623, they rejected their initial system of collectivism; each family got its own plot of land.’
    I wonder what the Indians thought about that?”
    Since they shared in the bounty, Short Bus, they were quite grateful. (They haven’t taught _that_ in Romper Room either, have they?)
    “…Unless you have a pre-existing condition. But, I guess you’re young enough not to have to worry about any of those, right?”
    I _have_ a pre-existing condition. I’ve never had trouble getting insurance.
    Next question, @$$clown?
    “Not to the degree that your honeyboy Bambi has taken it, no. Bush never ran a deficit of more than $450 billion or so. Bambi’s already quadrupled that.
    http://blog.heritage.org/2009/03/24/bush-deficit-vs-obama-deficit-in-pictures/
    “I’m guessing the word “projected” doesn’t mean anything to you.”
    I’m guessing the word “reality” doesn’t mean anything to _you_. And I’ll betcha more people here would agree with me.
    Hard to believe you’re this moronic, Cwissy, but I guess that’s education nowadays.
    “I’ll see your chart, and raise you one:”
    And you posted…two more libtard links. One of which was from a likely heterophobe. You really like those types, don’t you?
    Well, at least that explains why you’re such a chickens**t.
    “Well, seeing how McCain was also all gung-ho on drilling, that doesn’t surprise me.”
    What _does_ seem to surprise you is that it worked. Bet that just stuck in your craw, the way you’re getting your @$$ handed to you all over the place here, huh? (chortle)
    “ANWR…that’s that place up north which, after several years of construction, we MIGHT be able to get 6 whole months of oil out of, right? Yeah, I’m sure that made a huge dent.”
    Awww, did widdle Fweddy tell you that’s how much there was?
    Here, have a _real_ estimate of how much is there.
    http://www.anwr.org/Background/How-much-oil-is-in-ANWR.php
    “U.S. Department of Interior – 1987. After several years of surface geological investigations, aeromagnetic surveys, and two winter seismic surveys (in 1983-84 and 1984-85), the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI), in its April, 1987 report on the oil and gas potential of the Coastal Plain, estimated that there are billions of barrels of oil to be discovered in the area. DOI estimates that “in-place resources” range from 4.8 billion to 29.4 billion barrels of oil. Recoverable oil estimates ranges from 600 million barrels at the low end to 9.2 billion barrels at the high end. They also reported identifying 26 separate oil and gas prospects in the Coastal Plain that could each contain “super giant” fields (500 million barrels or more).”
    Of course, we don’t know for sure, because _your_ butt-buddies on the Left have done everything they can to make sure it costs more than it’s worth to even go look.
    Must give you a real stiffie, being such a Gaia-humper. (Well, what little bit of a stump is there, anyway.)
    “Totally unlike the record oil-company profits that year, which actually made Congress seriously consider legislation against profiteering, after which, said profits went from ‘obscene’ to merely ‘massive’.”
    Your butt-buddies in the Imperial Socialist Congress have always been against successful companies, oil or otherwise. That’s another thing we’ll fix when we throw your @$$es out of Congress in November. (chuckle)
    “Do you kiss your mom with that mouth? Jeez.”
    Translation: Busted again! ROFLMAO!!!
    First Glowbull Wormening™, then Bambi and Hair-Butt Plugs trying to hog credit that was never theirs to begin with.
    You really need to quit. You’re not winning any of these arguments, and only showing everyone else what an idiot you are now.
    “What’s Obama suppsoed to do, say “Oh, well, we blew it” and leave? If he did that, it would be another 50 years before you guys stopped whining about it.”
    Hey, that’s what he said he was _gonna_ do, right? That is, before he realized he’d stuck his foot in his mouth *_AGAIN_* and couldn’t.
    Reality bites, doesn’t it, little p1ssweasel?
    “(I may be too optimistic with that number. It’s been almost 40 years since Vietnam, and the Right still seems to be fighting that one.)”
    Primarily because you cowards on the Left made such a botch of it. (Go right ahead, dumbsh1t – _try_ arguing that one. (chuckle))
    “I _might_ have given you that one, except you haven’t explained how that’s Bush’s (or even the GOP’s) fault. (And even if you manage to spew something forth, it’ll likely be more easily-debunked BS.)”
    “Enron? Well, for starters, I think it puts a rather large hole in the idea that Privatization Is Always The Best Solution.”
    It does nothing of the sort, moron. Especially since what you _really_ believe is that “Privatization is _Never_ The Best Solution”. In fact, I bet you creamed your spandex when Bambi took over GM & Chrysler, didn’t you?
    Thanks, but I’ll sooner rely on the words of this gentleman. (Who, I might add, is a helluva lot smarter than either you _or_ Fweddie Gates):
    http://townhall.com/columnists/DavidLimbaugh/2002/01/19/will_democrats_seek_to_exploit_enron
    “The lesson from Enron is not that big business (and therefore Republicans who are cozy with big business) is corrupt, but that specific companies are sometimes corrupt. The remedy is not to demonize the oil and gas industry or to punish the party of the two that promotes capitalism, but to make the individuals responsible for the misconduct (and the company in their charge) accountable. That’s the American way.”
    Something a libtard like you wouldn’t know anything about.
    “Secondly, their head man Ken Lay was a good friend of George W. Bush.”
    Prove Bush had _anything_ to do with this. And you’re going to need more than The Smoked Popgun to do it.
    Good luck. (snicker)
    “‘Ever hear of the Community Reinvestment Act? This hare-brained law was used by the man in the Oval Office and his Attorney General to force banks to lend money to people who clearly were unable to pay it back through the use of subprime mortgages. And the housing bubble burst when the rates on those mortgages ballooned to unaffordable levels.’
    Wow, actual facts I ALMOST have to agree with! Except…Bush & Co had 8 whole years to do anything about this, but didn’t.”
    Good God. This is just getting waaaaaaay too easy.
    http://usgovinfo.about.com/b/2008/10/12/bush-says-he-warned-of-fannie-freddie-meltdown.htm
    “Starting in 2001, claims the White House in its fact sheet, “Six Years of Unheeded Warnings for GSE Reform,” President Bush not only warned of the consequences of a Fannie and Freddie failure, he also offered plans to reduce the risk. It was Congress, claims the White House that thwarted presidential efforts to reform the GSEs until it was too late.
    “Over the years, the President’s repeated attempts to reform the supervision of these entities (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) were thwarted by the legislative maneuvering of those who emphatically denied there were problems with the GSEs,” states the White House fact sheet.”
    And guess who got in the way, dumb f*ck? No, really – you’re gonna love it. Do the names “Barney Frank” and “Christopher Dodd” ring any bells?
    BWAH-HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA…!!!!!!1!!ONE!!1!1!!!!ELEVENTY!!!!!!!
    Strike one – Glowbull Wormening™
    Strike two – Bambi taking undue credit for Iraq/Afghanistan
    Strike three – Demoscum causing the burst of the housing bubble
    YOU ARE _OUT_, SHORT BUS!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA…!!!!!
    “And it didn’t “force” banks to loan to anyone. They just saw a new revenue stream and jumped on it.”
    Uh…strike four.
    http://www.cnsnews.com/public/content/article.aspx?RsrcID=36048
    “Providing context, Richman said government policy laid the foundation of this crisis more than 30 years ago when Congress passed the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977. This law forced banks to loan money to low-income borrowers as a way to ensure that financial institutions would ‘meet the credit needs of the local community.’
    Under the Clinton administration, federal regulators began using the act to combat ‘red-lining,’ a practice by which banks loaned money to some communities but not to others, based on economic status. ‘No loan is exempt, no bank is immune,’ warned then-Attorney General Janet Reno. ‘For those who thumb their nose at us, I promise vigorous enforcement.’
    The Clinton-Reno threat of ‘vigorous enforcement’ pushed banks to make the now infamous loans that many blame for the current meltdown, Richman said. ‘Banks, in order to not get in trouble with the regulators, had to make loans to people who shouldn’t have been getting mortgage loans.”
    Please. Keep the bloviating coming, Cwissy. I’m actually starting to have fun ramming your head into the brick wall. ROFLMAO!!!
    “You just CANNOT stop calling people names, can you? Sad, really.”
    This bit of whining from the hypocritical little puzzy who couldn’t resist referring to Sarah Palin as “Caribou Barbie”?
    Don’t like it, chickens**t? _Come do something about it._
    “And, no, I thought the Waco Massacre/Suicide/Hideous Show Of Incompetence was the result of hamfisted attempts by the Alphabet soup agencies to ‘look tough’.
    You jackasses on the Left own it, sh1t-for-brains. Eat it.
    “No, I enjoy studying the thought processes of the sanity-optional. It’s a bad habit, I know.”
    And still you hide behind daddy’s fat, hoop-skirted @$$. Hot widdle sh1t just can’t back up your bleating, can you, Vosturd?
    “As for the rest of you Tea Partiers–you _DO_ understand that Darth Lemonous here is what you end up looking like to the rest of the world, right?”
    Said the little coward from deep in his bunker. Just like the rest of his butt-buddy Demoscum.
    Still waiting for you to grow that pair, wusstard.

  100. “Beats me, and I’m not likely to find out, ’cause I don’t hang here. Dan attracts an enthusiastic if excitable group of commenters, and you’d have to ask the regulars here if he is their standard bearer.
    I hope not. Seems like he’d be a fair asshole behind the wheel of a car, though, so we may want to avoid the streets of city-on-the-move Arlington Texas altogether.”
    And thus spaketh the sock-puppet coward. Didn’t think you had the balls, Cwissy.
    “Beats me, and I’m not likely to find out, ’cause I don’t hang here. Dan attracts an enthusiastic if excitable group of commenters, and you’d have to ask the regulars here if he is their standard bearer.
    I hope not. Seems like he’d be a fair asshole behind the wheel of a car, though, so we may want to avoid the streets of city-on-the-move Arlington Texas altogether.”
    Whereupon the puzzy realizes his errot.
    “Apparently, Google maps is off a little. I decided to use my l33t n1nj4 5k111z to check out his house with my trusty camera, and I actually managed to get footage of him replying to one of our posts!”
    And it looks like I caught you Googling from work again, @$$wipe.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWqBXrYaJRg
    Damn. I’m even whipping your skanky @$$ at _this_. You _are_ pathetic.

  101. “Whereupon the puzzy realizes his errot.”
    Or error, as the case may be. Either way.

  102. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    “I _have_ a pre-existing condition. I’ve never had trouble getting insurance.”
    Tourette’s Syndrome?
    “Next question, @$$clown?”
    Why are you so laughably foul-mouthed, but also so prissy that you feel the need to pretend you’re not actually cursing by using funky symbols?
    “Here, have a _real_ estimate of how much is there.
    http://www.anwr.org/Background/How-much-oil-is-in-ANWR.php
    A real estimate…made by an pro-drilling advocacy group. Uh huh. I’m sure they’ve got the most accurate and unbiased research on the subject. Right. On that note, did you know the Tobacco Institute still hasn’t found any conclusive proof that smoking causes cancer?
    Try reading something from a source that you don’t already know you agree with once in a while. it’s a wonderfully realty-tunnel-stretching experience. That’s why I’m here. (Well, that and baiting you into paroxysms of insane nerdrage.)
    “Primarily because you cowards on the Left made such a botch of it. (Go right ahead, dumbsh1t – _try_ arguing that one. (chuckle))”
    I had no idea Richard Nixon was now considered a “leftist”. Although he DID create the EPA, so I imagine that to you guys, he’s right there next to Lenin.
    “The lesson from Enron is not that big business (and therefore Republicans who are cozy with big business) is corrupt, but that specific companies are sometimes corrupt. The remedy is not to demonize the oil and gas industry or to punish the party of the two that promotes capitalism, but to make the individuals responsible for the misconduct (and the company in their charge) accountable. That’s the American way.”
    Capitalism cannot fail, it can only be failed, eh?
    “This bit of whining from the hypocritical little puzzy who couldn’t resist referring to Sarah Palin as “Caribou Barbie”?”
    You’re the last person on Earth who gets to whine about name-calling.
    Anyway, that wasn’t me. I prefer “Failin’ Palin” or “The Disasta from Alaska”, myself.
    Or maybe “The Quitbull”.

  103. “Tourette’s Syndrome?”
    Wrong again, f*ckface. That’s quite a losing streak you have there, Cwissy. Then again, it’s expected by now from a loser like yourself.
    “Why are you so laughably foul-mouthed, but also so prissy that you feel the need to pretend you’re not actually cursing by using funky symbols?”
    Because Riehl has a profanity filter on the site, Short Bus. I understand, as dense as you are, that that might not have occurred to you. You should really pay more attention – maybe then you wouldn’t be such an embarrassment.
    “A real estimate…made by an pro-drilling advocacy group.”
    Yep. And the wager here is that they know more than Fweddie Gates, your bathhouse boy from San Transexual who likes skiing with his fellow rump-rangers.
    “Uh huh. I’m sure they’ve got the most accurate and unbiased research on the subject.”
    They’ve got more than your San Fran honeyboy, that’s fairly certain.
    But see, that’s what happens when you rely on p1ss-poor sources. (chuckle)
    “Right. On that note, did you know the Tobacco Institute still hasn’t found any conclusive proof that smoking causes cancer?”
    Gee, you don’t supposed that’s because the Tobacco Institute _no longer exists_, do you, @$$helmet?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobacco_Institute (And as unreliable as Wiki generally is, they got this one right, at least.)
    “The Tobacco Institute, Inc. was a United States tobacco industry trade group, founded in 1958 by the American tobacco industry. It was dissolved in 1998 as part of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.”
    Do you think you could at least _try_ to establish a modicum of coherence before I become totally bored with bashing your head in, moron?
    “Try reading something from a source that you don’t already know you agree with once in a while. it’s a wonderfully realty-tunnel-stretching experience. That’s why I’m here.”
    Or it might be, if you were spewing anything other than massive amounts of unadulterated bullsh1t.
    I mean, seriously. I generally suck at debate, and I’m turning you into puréed sewage. You could at least _try_ to make a point that wasn’t so easily ripped to shreds.
    Aw, hell – what am I saying? That would require you possessing more than one-twentieth of a brain cell. Never mind.
    “(Well, that and baiting you into paroxysms of insane nerdrage.)”
    Is _that_ what you call “showing the Riehl readers what a dumb@$$ you are”? Whatever.
    “‘Primarily because you cowards on the Left made such a botch of it. (Go right ahead, dumbsh1t – _try_ arguing that one. (chuckle))’
    I had no idea Richard Nixon was now considered a ‘leftist’.”
    You really _are_ stupid, aren’t you? Do you even know when Vietnam _began???_
    “Although he DID create the EPA, so I imagine that to you guys, he’s right there next to Lenin.”
    The sad thing about this is, you’ve been so full of it lately that I actually felt compelled to go fact-check your skanky @$$ even on _this_.
    Congratulations – you finally got one right. Blind squirrels & acorns, I guess.
    “Capitalism cannot fail, it can only be failed, eh?”
    Another thing that they apparently haven’t taught you in Romper Room is that we are not guaranteed results, only opportunity. Capitalism offers the best opportunity for people to succeed. You leftards want to mandate success for everyone, thereby procuring it for nobody.
    And then you wonder why Bambi’s numbers are falling like they are.
    Sucks to be y’all, huh? (chuckle)
    “You’re the last person on Earth who gets to whine about name-calling.”
    Projection much, @$$clown? I’m not the one doing the whining here – you are, simp.
    “Anyway, that wasn’t me.”
    Sure it wasn’t, Cwissy, suuuuure it wasn’t.
    “I prefer ‘Failin’ Palin’ or ‘The Disasta from Alaska’, myself.
    Or maybe ‘The Quitbull'”
    You’ve been right about scant little else, so this doesn’t surprise, either.
    But we like to call her “she who’s on the winning side”.
    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/mood_of_america/generic_congressional_ballot
    “Generic Ballot: Republicans 44%, Democrats 36%”
    ROFLMAO!!!!!

  104. Chris Vosburg says:

    “I actually managed to get footage of him replying to one of our posts!”
    Magnificent. Thanks for that, CUfittytwelve. I actually burst into spontaneous applause at the end. This kid, whoever he is, has a career ahead of him as an actor if he can bring that kind of passion to the screen.
    And so, incidentally, does Darth Venomous. I’m telling you, this kind of madcap wingdinging, if channelled correctly, is the stuff. In a way, I guess I’m envious– I can’t get that, uh, exercised, about anything.

  105. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    “”Tourette’s Syndrome?”
    Wrong again, f*ckface.”
    Gee, can’t imagine where I got that idea. :)
    “I mean, seriously. I generally suck at debate, and I’m turning you into puréed sewage.”
    I’d agree with half of that…
    “You really _are_ stupid, aren’t you? Do you even know when Vietnam _began???_”
    You mean back when the French took it over, or when JFK decided to send advisors? (No, no…I’m pretty sure what you mean is that since a Democrat sent troops first, absolutely everything that happened in Vietnam was the Democrats’ fault. Unlike Iraq or Afghanistan, where since a Republican sent troops first, absolutely everything that happened is the Democrats’ fault. At least you’re being consistent….in always blaming the Democrats for everything.)

  106. Chris Vosburg says:

    Darth, greetings from Hollywood. I think you might have potential as an actor if you can bring the passion you apply to your madcap rants here to an acting role, and I can arrange a screen test at you convenience.
    Again, be sure to wear a silly hat and carry a sign saying “I’m Darth Venomous! GRR!” so we’ll know it’s you.

  107. “‘Wrong again, f*ckface.’
    Gee, can’t imagine where I got that idea.”
    Uh, it’s called “out of your putrid @$$”. Y’know, where you get all your _other_ sh1tty ideas.
    “‘I mean, seriously. I generally suck at debate, and I’m turning you into puréed sewage.’
    I’d agree with half of that…”
    Yeah, I think everyone here would agree you’ve been getting whipped here, too.
    “‘You really _are_ stupid, aren’t you? Do you even know when Vietnam _began???_’
    You mean back when the French took it over, or when JFK decided to send advisors?”
    You mean you actually Googled a credible source for once, instead of asking your honeyboy Fweddie?
    “(No, no…I’m pretty sure what you mean is that since a Democrat sent troops first, absolutely everything that happened in Vietnam was the Democrats’ fault. Unlike Iraq or Afghanistan, where since a Republican sent troops first, absolutely everything that happened is the Democrats’ fault. At least you’re being consistent….in always blaming the Democrats for everything.)”
    Democrats were responsible for trying to fight Vietnam with one hand tied behind the military’s back.
    http://www.awesomestories.com/history/vietnam-war/a-one-handed-fight
    “Recent document releases from Soviet archives tend to support the concern that China may have gone to war with the United States had American troops invaded North Vietnam. Turns out there was a secret agreement, to that effect, between China and the North.
    Because of this cautious approach to fighting the war, respected military men like General Norman Schwarzkopf (of Gulf War fame) have said America fought in Vietnam with one hand tied behind her back.”
    (Even back then, you Donktards were bowing & scraping to the ChiComs.)
    Democrats cut off funding for the war when Nixon took office.
    http://hnn.us/articles/31400.html
    “Historians have directly attributed the fall of Saigon in 1975 to the cessation of American aid…Around the same time, Congress began to express outrage at the secret illegal bombings of Cambodia carried out at Nixon’s behest. Accordingly, on June 19, 1973 Congress passed the Case-Church Amendment, which called for a halt to all military activities in Southeast Asia by August 15, thereby ending twelve years of direct U.S. military involvement in the region.”
    (Side note: perhaps our erstwhile intern – who sounds fairly liberal based on the tone of this article and the sources she used – would deign, if asked, to tell us what was so “illegal” about the bombings. Talk about consistency – every military action is “illegal” to you choads – bombings, invasions, Guantanamo – when a Republican carries it out. But we don’t hear that anymore now that Bambi’s fumbling with the military like he is. Wonder why?)
    And there were Donks in the Senate who wanted to cut off funding for Iraq.
    http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2007-05-16-senate-iraq_N.htm
    “Anti-war Democrats in the Senate failed in an attempt to cut off funds for the Iraq war on Wednesday, a lopsided bipartisan vote that masked growing impatience within both political parties over President Bush’s handling of the four-year conflict.
    The 67-29 vote against the measure left it far short of the 60 needed to advance. More than half the Senate’s Democrats supported the move, exposing divisions within the party but also marking a growth in anti-war sentiment from last summer, when only a dozen members of the rank and file backed a troop withdrawal deadline.”
    So it isn’t just me that’s blaming you libtards, wuss-boy. History’s doing so, as well. (You were saying about reality having a “liberal bias”? (guffaw))
    Now let’s address your sock puppet.
    “Again, be sure to wear a silly hat and carry a sign saying “I’m Darth Venomous! GRR!” so we’ll know it’s you.”
    Again, Vosturd, come say it to my face if you think you’re such a hot little sh1t.
    Lose the Burger King uni, though – I’m sure your manager wouldn’t want to get blood in the deep fryers.

  108. Consumer Unit 5012 says:

    @Darth Vective: How do you think we could have “won” Vietnam without killing every last man, woman, child, and dog in the Vietcong, followed by perpetual occupation? (Or is that your idea of a good plan?)
    @Chris: looks like Darth Volumnious still thinks we’re the same person. What he doesn’t know is that he’s actually MY sock-puppet. Could you take him over for a bit? I’m running out of swearwords, and I hate repeating myself.

  109. “@Darth Vective:”
    Ah, no, moron – Vective is over here:
    http://enderzero.net/forum/memberlist.php?mode=joined&order=ASC&start=50
    Although he hasn’t been seen in quite some time – I suspect he’s off on his own little libtard @$$-kicking crusade.
    “How do you think we could have “won” Vietnam without killing every last man, woman, child, and dog in the Vietcong, followed by perpetual occupation?”
    Guess we can add military strategy to the long laundry list of things about which you have not the slightest clue whatsoever.
    You win wars by destroying your opponent’s capacity and/or willingness to wage it. If that would have meant every last man, woman and child in North Vietnam – then that’s what it would have meant.
    “(Or is that your idea of a good plan?)”
    It _is_ a good plan. That _you_ don’t like it only reinforces the fact that you’re a spineless, lily-livered wimp.
    Of course, we already knew _that_.
    “@Chris: looks like Darth Volumnious still thinks we’re the same person. What he doesn’t know is that he’s actually MY sock-puppet. Could you take him over for a bit? I’m running out of swearwords, and I hate repeating myself.”
    What you don’t know is that you’ve been turned into my bitch. I have pwn3d your @$$ seven ways from Sunday, and completely demolished you. Thanks for playing, buh-bye. (snicker)

  110. GJ says:

    Chris,
    Darth venomous used to call himself Lord Spatula. If you want a good laugh google “Lord Spatula Rev Mykeru”.
    He has tried this “Come say it to my face” thing before, was called on it and chickened out. He refused to meet half way. The only way to fight this though guy is to go all the way to his home (I wonder if the new apartment is also gated like the last one?) and hope he doesn’t call the cops. He is the very definition of internet bully/coward.
    The whole saga was so embarrassing for him he was forced to change his screen name
    p.s. He is also a super father: http://web2.airmail.net/~scbbs/05132004.htm

  111. Oh, look – if it isn’t one of Mykki Chickensh1t’s c0cksucking sycophants.
    Like my two sockpuppet bitches here, Gulper of J1zm, your boy Mykki never did show up on my doorstep. And _his_ sockpuppet, “Von Vockerman”? The @$$clown who offered to “pay” my way to Tennessee ($66? What, going Greyhound?)? Never did see anything from him, either.
    And let’s get one thing straight, chumpette: I changed my screen name because I _wanted_ to, not because of any coward up in Virginia who _still_ won’t tell us where exactly he is.
    And five years later the whole Church of the SubTarded _still_ thinks I’m gonna call cops? When I issued the invitation in the first place? How dense can you morons _be?_
    So bring it on, Gulper of J1zm. The offer’s still open – always has been.
    Bring Mykki and those inflatable dolls he plays with, too. I hear that’s who he “plays” with now, since his skank’s cut him off.

  112. Oh, and _do_ tell, in your _infinite_ “goddess” wisdom (cough)…if it was “so embarrassing for him he was forced to change his screen name”…why did I wait OVER THREE FULL YEARS to change it?
    Hm?
    Go ahead, try to come up with another Cupid Stunt™ excuse. I’ll wait.

  113. GJ says:

    Still hurts, doesn’t it Spats?

  114. What, that I was right all along and you libtards are too chickensh1t to back up your bloviating? That’s supposed to hurt? BWAH-HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!-yo
    Now, bee-yotch, answer the question: Why’d I wait three years to change my screen name? Let’s hear it, if you’re so damned effin’ smart. C’mon, what’s keeping you?

  115. What, that I was right all along and you libtards are too chickens**t to back up all your bloviating? That’s supposed to hurt? BWAH-HAHAHAHAHAHAHA…!!!!!
    Now, bimbo, answer the question: Why’d I wait three years to change my screen name? C’mon, if you’re so smart, trollop!

  116. Oops. Guess I should give Dan’s 486 more time to post comments than that. Heh.

  117. GJ says:

    It took you 3 years to realise that every time you try “CSITMF” people would google “Lord Spatula” and find out that you are the biggest joke/coward on the internet.
    …and of course it hurts, you’re a joke. You can’t hide from your past however hard you try.

  118. See, this is you SubTards’ problem: Because _you_ p1sspots operate with one-half of a brain cell, you think everyone else does, too.
    Get a clue, buttercup. Some of us are just more intelligent than you.
    And if I’m trying to hide, how come I still post my address? Would I want you libturds to know where I was if I was trying to hide? C’mon, Einstein, time’s wastin’!

  119. GJ says:

    You really are an idiot. You’re trying to hide from your past, what has that got to do with showing your new address? You’ve tried and failed to hide all links between your current persona and your cowardly, pathetic and embarrassing run-in with Mykeru.
    I’ve done what I intended to do. Everyone on this site now knows who and what you really are. A keyboard warrior, net-bully, chicken-hawk, yellow elephant moron.
    Admittedly, I’m pretty sure they already knew you are a moron.
    Bye bye Spats, as always, it’s been fun.

  120. “Admittedly, I’m pretty sure they already knew you are a moron.”
    What they know is that you, just like the rest of the SubTards, are a cowardly little b1tch, who worships at the needle-d1ck of a cowardly little bitch.
    “You really are an idiot. You’re trying to hide from your past, what has that got to do with showing your new address? You’ve tried and failed to hide all links between your current persona and your cowardly, pathetic and embarrassing run-in with Mykeru.”
    Yeah, that’s why my site never left the Internetwebtubes like Mykki Chickens**t’s did for a time. That’s why I put a post up EVERY FRICKIN’ ANNIVERSARY of your cowardly little RevTard’s showing he didn’t have the balls to face me.
    _That’s_ why it’s common knowledge that the Church of the SubTarded is a bunch of one-brain-cell (or less) _fools_.
    But keep believing what you want to believe. Just like your faith in Bambi the 44-percenter. ROFL!!!
    “Bye bye Spats, as always, it’s been fun.”
    Run away! Run swiftly away! Swiftly!!! (chortle)
    Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have a job to get back to – one which, unlike yours, doesn’t involve a deep fryer. (guffaw)

  121. GJ says:

    “When I issued the invitation in the first place?”
    Now that’s just a lie isn’t it Fats? Mykeru issued the invitation first, on his site, that’s how your whole embarrassing fiasco started; it’s there in black and white. Unless of course you don’t understand what “bring” means. I know you have reading comprehension issues (see above) but…
    “I hear that’s who he “plays” with now, since his skank’s cut him off”
    How many women have kicked your fat ass out of a relationship once they realised what a moron you really were? How many failed marriages do you have now? 3/4? You don’t even have access to your son due to your own incompetence; I would stay clear of other peoples’ private lives if I was such failure like you.
    “I have a job to get back to – one which, unlike yours, doesn’t involve a deep fryer.”
    You’re a low-level IT support tech, with no college degree, maybe you think that is something to boast about, I’m ten years younger than you and make 50% more, but I don’t believe that makes me any more of a man than you. Forgetting to support your only child for an entire year is what makes you less of a man.

  122. “Now that’s just a lie isn’t it Fats? Mykeru issued the invitation first, on his site, that’s how your whole embarrassing fiasco started; it’s there in black and white. Unless of course you don’t understand what “bring” means. I know you have reading comprehension issues (see above) but…”
    Oh, so that’s why he first posted _his_ address up on _his_ site…oh, wait a minute.
    Y’see, f*ckface, _I_ still have the email exchange, too. But unlike puzzies like you & Mykki, I don’t feel the need to go posting them all over the Internet. That’s what makes me more of a man than either you or your butt-buddy Mykki had wet dreams of being.
    “How many women have kicked your fat ass out of a relationship once they realised what a moron you really were? How many failed marriages do you have now? 3/4? You don’t even have access to your son due to your own incompetence; I would stay clear of other peoples’ private lives if I was such failure like you.”
    And if I don’t? You don’t have the balls to come do anything about it anyway, do you? Hey, you cowards have already done your worst to me on SLASHDOT!!!!! (ooooooh, wow, I’m skahing in my boots!), and I’m still around, so I should fear your swishy little f@ggot @$$…why again?
    “You’re a low-level IT support tech, with no college degree, maybe you think that is something to boast about, I’m ten years younger than you and make 50% more”
    Yeah, I’m sure. You can’t even get it straight in your one-third-of-a-brain-cell who issued the invitation. So they keep your pimply @$$ in the back room, putting up stock? (chuckle)
    “but I don’t believe that makes me any more of a man than you. Forgetting to support your only child for an entire year is what makes you less of a man.”
    Says the chickens**t who hides behind his keyboard.
    Yeah, I’m _real_ impressed. Try that to my face and let’s see what it gets you, chumpette.

  123. GJ says:

    Keep lying about who issued the invite first. You went to Mykeru’s after he had put up a challenge, a challenge that you didn’t accept. It’s all there in the email exchange.
    “Says the chickens**t who hides behind his keyboard”, please tell me, oh tough one, when did you emerge from behind your keyboard? I remember you had a chance to prove how tough you were but point blank refused to leave your apartment. Even when your fare was going to be paid, ambulance provided, waiver provided; but that wasn’t enough for this keyboard warrior. Ladies and gentlemen (if there is actually anyone still reading this) I give you Fats typical behaviour: accuse others of something he has done (or in this case failed to do) himself.
    “Y’see, f*ckface, _I_ still have the email exchange, too. But unlike puzzies like you & Mykki, I don’t feel the need to go posting them all over the Internet.”
    Of course you don’t, why would you make yourself look anymore foolish and cowardly than you already do? It’s why you changed your screen name. Your stupidity knows no bounds; you’ve just made my point for me :)
    Your cowardice will follow you forever, and it is hilarious. You’re a fat, useless excuse of a man. You can’t be keep a woman, or even be trusted with your own child, and remember, every time you issue a CSITMF you’re asking others to do something you were too afraid to do yourself.

  124. “Keep lying about who issued the invite first. You went to Mykeru’s after he had put up a challenge, a challenge that you didn’t accept. It’s all there in the email exchange.”
    Yeah, it is – including me posting my address at the time and inviting your little butt-buddy to bring his M-1 and show the world what a hot little sh1t he was.
    And I’m still waiting, five years later.
    “Even when your fare was going to be paid, ambulance provided, waiver provided; but that wasn’t enough for this keyboard warrior. ”
    Yeah, amazing what you can do with $66, isn’t it, Greenspan? So why couldn’t Von Vockerman the Sock Puppet pay Mykki Chickensh1t’s full way down here, then? Inquiring minds _still_ want to know, @$$wipe!
    “Of course you don’t, why would you make yourself look anymore foolish and cowardly than you already do?”
    Yeah, that’s why I remind folks every July 11th that your honeyboy (hmmm, maybe now I know why his skank cut him off – she doesn’t want to catch anything) has never shown his cowardly @$$ on my doorstep.
    “It’s why you changed your screen name.”
    Again, three whole years after I showed the world what a wusstard your boyfriend is. Short Bus retards like you never learn, do you?
    You’re really pathetic, fry-cook. I only had to tell Cwissy things just once in this thread, whereas things have to be beaten into your sh1t-for-brains over and over and over and…
    “Your stupidity knows no bounds; you’ve just made my point for me”
    That point was already on top of your head, dumb@ss
    “Your cowardice will follow you forever, and it is hilarious. You’re a fat, useless excuse of a man. You can’t be keep a woman, or even be trusted with your own child, and remember, every time you issue a CSITMF you’re asking others to do something you were too afraid to do yourself. ”
    Says the fry-cook coward from behind his keyboard where no one knows where he is.
    Invitation’s for you too, puzzy. Anytime you grow a set, chickensh1t.
    Now my job calls. Happily, unlike you I _won’t_ be changing the oil out in the deep fryer today… (rofl)