Quote Of The Day

From Re. Jim Jordan (R-OH):

“Isn’t it strange how Democrats want to defund the police in your neighborhood, but are totally fine with hiring more police at the U.S. Capitol to protect politicians?”

I have to admit that there was once a time when I enjoyed pulling the Left’s chain with stuff like this.

Now I just want to toss the miserable bastards out of helicopters.


  1. They don’t even try to hide it anymore. Or pretend to present it as a difference of opinion. They are openly corrupt, hypocritical, unreasonable BFYTW. They want to throw us out of helicopters too.

    I don’t care what anyone says. They’ve destroyed the soap box, they’ve stuffed the ballot box, and it’s time to admit it and deal with it…or given the time, they will deal with you. That is how these guys roll. When they gin themselves up for their communist utopias… the body counts soar.

    1. Yeah, pointing out the hypocrisy of the Left is on par with pointing out that water is wet. Everyone knows, and the rain doesn’t care.

      I agree that it’s past time to start the helicopter rides, but I still don’t see it happening. The Left gets away with burning down cities and the Feds yawn. The Right has a peaceful protest disrupted by Pantifa agents provocateur and the Feds go apeshit. Short of a successful coup d’etat which leaves Congress DemonRat- and RINO-free, how do we get our Republic back? Despite all the “Army of Davids” rhetoric, successful revolutions require leadership, and I’m not seeing any:-(.

      1. I really thought that we’d see heads roll during the Kelo v. New London trials or shortly after the verdict from SCOTUS. Nope, no one cares about their land anymore.

        I don’t think anyone wants to go John Brown anymore. Has it become that “life is so dear and peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?”


  2. Commies gonna commie. Hypocrites gonna Hypocrite.

    Good thing is, they are out in the open where everyone can see.

    Sadly, they won’t do diddly until the pain train starts rolling. It’s merely left the station.

Comments are closed.