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calendar   Tuesday - October 28, 2014

Massive Vote Fraud Coming

The Day by Day cartoon is sometimes excellent in its facts.

Today, Muir lists 8 states where evidence of Democratic fraud has already emerged, fraud ranging from stuffed ballot boxes to rigged voting machines. 

I only fact checked the first 4 (Arizona, Illinois, Maryland and North Carolina) and decided that Muir’s info is accurate.  In this election The Democrats are planning fraud on a massive scale.  I’m fed up with Liberal acquaintances telling me that there hasn’t been any proven fraud in the last few elections.  Of course with Eric Holder as Attorney General, that all depends how you define “fraud”.

Do your own fact checking and spread the word.  With this much evidence surfacing before the election, the Republicans should litigate EVERY losing race. 


Posted by Dr. Jeff   United States  on 10/28/2014 at 03:46 PM   
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calendar   Monday - October 27, 2014

Monday Late Night



Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2014 at 10:13 PM   
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that is no law; that’s tyranny

Sorry, I’m tired of this uncooperative computer.

Here, follow the link.

The IRS has perverted a law used to stop drug runners, and is using it to steal your money. And there isn’t shit-all you can do about it.  They aren’t even charging you with a crime.

Due process?  What’s that?

See you in court. Good luck getting even some of it back.

I’m too tired to describe how mad this makes me. So I’m going to bed. Where I’ll probably dream very violent disturbing dreams. I so hate the news. And the “government”. We are surrounded by thugs, and they no longer even attempt to hide.

When the (#$% is the damn revolution??


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2014 at 10:04 PM   
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At The End Of The Boardwalk

It’s been a long and wonderful 5 year trip, chock full of rotgut booze, gunfire, and some of the best costumes and sets ever made for a television drama, right down to the music and the light bulbs, but as of this past weekend, Boardwalk Empire came to an end.

So long Atlantic City, and thanks for a helluva ride.

... and as his eyes dimmed for the last time, and the roar of the ocean surf burst in his head, his dying ears caught the tune that said it was all just a cosmic joke. And with that, the circle closes and we fade to black. And the song goes on.

Take your share of trouble, face it and don’t complain
If you want the rainbow, you must have the rain.

Happiness comes double after a little pain
If you want the rainbow, you must have the rain.

What if your love affair should break up,
as they sometimes will
When you kiss and make up, boy what a thrill!

Sadness ends in gladness, showers are not in vain
If you want the rainbow, you must have the rain.

If you want the rainbow then you must have the rain.

A longer (better) version was made popular by jazz singer Annette Handshaw, in 1928

This is a shortened version for the show sung by Nora Jones:

Now, ain’t that beautiful.

See More Below The Fold


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2014 at 08:33 PM   
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Once upon a time, long before in days of yore, when ships were made of wood and men were made of iron ...

and rope was total crap, made from hemp. A nice natural fiber, hemp has every positive thing going for it except for strength. So if you wanted a rope that could hold a lot, it had to be mighty thick. Mighty thick. Insanely thick.

Now in those far off times, boys as young as 7 or 8 went to sea. To war. As a job. Drummer boys. Mess servants. Message runners. The ones who brought bags of black powder to the cannons in the middle of battles were called powder monkeys. Those who did other tasks earned other names.


This is the lower end of one of the capstans on the HMS Victory. A capstan is a kind of winch, a giant vertical axle turned by hand, to pull on ropes to lift heavy loads. Like massive canvas sails, big iron cannons, and giant oak spars, and all the heavy things on one of those old sailing ships. The one in the picture has a hemp rope on it that’s 15” in diameter. The other end of the capstan is above the deck, so two teams of men could work the thing at once - 280 of them! - inserting large poles into the sockets and pulling away with all their might. Probably while singing some appropriate sea chanty or something salty. Anyway, for its day, the Victory was a very large ship, and it had very large capstans. But to hold a large ship in place, you need a really large anchor. And Victory’s anchor was too big for 15” rope. (Rope of rather massive diameter is called a hawser. Sailors speak their own language) It needed 24” diameter rope. Problem was, that hawser was too fat for the capstan. So they came up with a neat solution.

What they did, see, was to take a good length of the 15” diameter rope, and splice the ends together so that it formed a big endless loop. One part of it would be wrapped a few times around the capstan’s axle, and the other part would be tied, temporarily, to the anchor hawser where it came aboard the ship, through the orifice in the hull appropriately called the hawse-hole. Tie them together, pull a bit, tie together the next section, untie the first section, pull some more. And slowly but surely, the massive anchor would get hauled up. Sailors called the whole process weighing the anchor, as in “anchors aweigh”. That seems a bit silly, as they knew how much the bloody thing did weigh. And it was many, many tons. We’re talking about a chunk of forged iron nearly a foot thick and a good sixteen feet long. Plus flukes! But I digress. The act of tying the two heavy ropes together temporarily in the close confines under the decks behind the hawse hole fell to the ship’s boys. The process was called nipping (which could be a sailor’s pun, because to nip something is to take a bite out of it, and a turn of rope is called a bight. This could have been the big joke of 1805.) And the boys that nipped became known as little nippers. There you go, etymology. And you thought it was from RCA’s little doggie mascot.

I have this on the highest authority: Pitkin’s souvenir Guide to the HMS Victory, made with the tacit approval of the Admiralty. Harumph, harumph.  (He polished up the brasses so carefully ...)

See? Life is a never ending learning process.

And what I learned today is that sailors have probably been telling lies out their hawse holes since mankind first climbed aboard a fallen tree in a river and didn’t immediately drown.

Except not always


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2014 at 04:54 PM   
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Ausie Awesome

On the one week anniversary of the dumping of the federal Parliament’s burqa-ban, three men in costumes have attempted to enter Parliament dressed in various controversial garb. The costumes include a KKK hood, niqab and a helmet. The three men from the group ‘Faceless’ said they wanted to see the burqa and all facial coverings banned.


After all, Australia in theory has that “all are equal in the eyes of the law” thing, and no it’s legal for muslim women to wear burkha into Parliament. So it’s fine for all others to wear whatever kind of mask they want, right? Riight???

Love it. Read the rest at Bare Naked Islam.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2014 at 02:20 PM   
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Game Changer?

Oh noes!!! ISIS has MANPAD portable anti-aircraft missiles!!

Don’t worry, these aren’t any of the 20,000 old Soviet missiles stolen from Uncle Mohammar before he got butt raped to death.

Don’t worry, these aren’t any of the several hundred brand new missiles that Brock and Shrillary sent to the Libyan rebels that made a mysterious left turn in Qatar.

Worry, because somehow this bunch is Chinese made. But only worry a little bit.

The Islamic State seized half a billion dollars from Mosul’s central bank. Their daily revenues from seized oil fields are close to two million dollars. They captured American arms and weaponry “>and are using secured Chinese missile launchers.

They might be a game changer if we were playing the game. But we aren’t really. Sure, we’ve made hundreds of strikes against ISIS already. Riiight. A little bomb here, a half defused Hellfire there. While they use every weapon under the sun, including barrel bombs and poison gas.

With the dickless DC ditherer in charge, it’s going to be too little, not often enough, until it’s too late. Because that’ what he wants. Another loss for the US, another win for his jihad buddies.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2014 at 01:55 PM   
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can no longer say, you could not make it up, cos you could. nothings off limits anymore

This is just one of the things wrong with our modern world.

You could, these days, envision it happening and make it up and it would turn out to be true.

There is nothing anymore, that is too bizarre.  Nothing.
And here is one heck of a good example of the stupidity and political correctness that some people have taken on.

I can no longer say you could not make it up, cos you most certainly can. And you’d no doubt be right.

Ordeal of OAP who quipped ‘I’m not Muslim’ at airport security after he was stopped: Man spends six months facing racism charges before case is finally dropped

· Paul Griffith was stopped at Stansted airport on his way to Malaga
· The 75-year-old was asked to take his shoes off before he made the remark
· Airport staff called police and on his return from Spain he was arrested
· But 24 hours before appearing in court the CPS dropped all charges

By Daily Mail Reporter

A pensioner who said ‘I’m not Muslim’ when he was asked to remove his shoes at airport security has spent more than six months facing charges for racism.
Paul Griffith, 75, pictured, set off the security scanner’s alarm at Stansted airport when travelling to Malaga for a week’s holiday.

He removed his shoes as requested, but said: ‘I am not Muslim am I?’

A security guard accused him of racism and called the police, saying he was upset by the remark.

‘One minute I am queuing up to get on a plane and the next I am confronted by two armed policemen.

‘They said I had used racist language and took me to an office in the terminal,’ Mr Griffith said yesterday.

Mr Griffith was allowed to go on his trip but was arrested when he returned. He was charged with causing ‘racially or religiously aggravated harassment, alarm or distress’.

‘When I got back I had to wait six hours before they interviewed me again, arrested me and said that was being charged with causing racially aggravated harassment.

‘I was photographed, had my finger prints taken and they also took a DNA swab from my mouth. ‘Then they said I would have to go to my local police station.

When I went to Colchester police station I was told I had been charged with an offence under the Crime and Disorder Act but that I could accept a caution instead.

‘I refused to do that - I had done nothing wrong and I wasn’t going to admit to a criminal charge if I wasn’t guilty of any crime.’

continues at the mail


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/27/2014 at 01:54 PM   
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Internet is being very very slow today for me. I’ve already lost 2 short posts and an email, gone off into the digital ether, poof.

Ok ...

Latest Ebola news ... a 5 year old kid seems to be coming down with it, after just returning to the USA from a trip to Guinea. What kind of idiot parents take a 5 year old to Africa (to begin with) to a country with a raging epidemic? Talk about stupid.

And Dr. Wonderful is now slipping into Stage 2.  Great.


Mail early, mail often

Got my first Christmas package today! Everything came through in wonderful condition, and if you need ideas for a superb little gift, you can not go wrong with Waitrose Stem Ginger cookies. Made with completely real, normal ingredients like butter and sugar, they are so sinfully delicious that you don’t care that each cookie is 120 calories. Guess how I know? Because Santa sent some!! Yay Santa! Woo woo!!!


News says that the last American and British troops are leaving Afghanistan right now. Yet somehow we’re leaving 9000 or so behind. I wonder if this means my cousin’s husband can come home? He’s with the 174th Attack Squadron of the NY Air National Guard ... a career guy, he’s been back and forth to the various sandboxes many times since Gulf War 1. I could’ve sworn they just sent him back there (again) just a month or two ago.

Ok, let me see if I can post this simple thing, no pictures, no links. Friggin’ internet. Or else it’s Firefox? I dunno, and today I can’t be bothered to figure out which.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/27/2014 at 01:23 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - October 26, 2014

Two Days Of Brave

Under intense pressure from pResident Obola, NY and NJ’s governor’s Cuomo and Chirstie have caved, backing off from their bold and intelligent decision to automatically quarantine every last medical relief person coming to these states from the Ebola stricken nations of West Africa. After all, there are only 30 million of us in these two states, so what collective rights do we have, compared to some crybaby nurse having a tantrum.

So now the Ebola Worker Quarantine is going to be voluntary, which means it won’t exist, which means we’re right back to a selfish Dr. Spencer situation. And the next time one of these people becomes virulent, let’s just set them on fire and burn them to death on the spot. What the fudge, that’s just as insane a reaction one way as letting them walk about in public like human Petri dishes without lids before showing symptoms is in the other direction. Crazy vs Crazy. But now we know: their minor inconvenience is not only more worthwhile than the risk of infecting legions of us, it’s worth far more than allaying the somewhat justifiable fears of tens of millions.

But 2 days of common sense, that’s all we can get from the leaders of two of the more powerful states in the nation. Then they back down. Pretty damn sad.

Under Pressure, Cuomo Says Ebola Quarantines Will Allow Home Isolation

Facing fierce resistance from the White House and medical experts to a strict new mandatory quarantine policy for all medical workers who had contact with Ebola patients in West Africa, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Sunday night that people quarantined in New York who do not show symptoms of the disease would be allowed to remain at home and would receive compensation for lost income.

Mr. Cuomo’s decision came after a weekend in which administration officials urged him and Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey to reconsider the mandatory quarantine they announced on Friday. Aides to President Obama also asked other governors and mayors to follow a policy based on science, seeking to stem a steady movement toward more stringent measures in recent days at the state level.

The announcement by Mr. Cuomo seemed intended to draw a sharp contrast — both in tone and in fact — to the policy’s implementation in New Jersey, where a nurse who arrived Friday from Sierra Leone was swiftly quarantined in a tent set up inside a Newark hospital, with a portable toilet but with no shower.

It was the second striking shift in Mr. Cuomo’s public posture on the Ebola crisis in 72 hours; after urging calm Thursday night, then joining Mr. Christie to highlight the risks of lax policy on Friday, Mr. Cuomo on Sunday night appeared to try to stake out a middle ground.

So what are they saying? Is it now mandatory quarantine in NJ, but only pretend quarantine at home in NY? Sorry, I must be tired, but this is not really clear. I hope Christie is standing firm.

But other states are joining in, doing the Right Thing that Opussybaby is afraid to do.

But Mr. Cuomo and Mr. Christie were not out on their own for long. Late Friday, Gov. Pat Quinn of Illinois, a Democrat, issued a mandatory quarantine order for “high-risk” individuals who have come in contact with patients in West Africa. On Saturday, Gov. Rick Scott of Florida, a Republican, signed a similar order.

On Sunday morning, Mr. Christie predicted on Fox News that federal officials would adopt the same standards “sooner rather than later.”

The Obama administration suggested otherwise. Officials said the quarantine rules could create “a system of perverse incentives,” encouraging health care workers to fly into a different airport, like Atlanta or Washington Dulles, that is not located in states that have adopted new policies.

Hey, maybe it will create a “perverse incentive” that will keep these naive do-gooders from going over there in the first place. It’s not like there is much that they can do that the victim’s family, friends, and countrymen can’t do already. So why even allow Americans to go? That works for me; far less risk for the rest of us, and it makes it that much easier to shut the borders to those befouled nations.

Meanwhile ...

Lawyers for a nurse quarantined in a New Jersey hospital say they’ll sue to have her released and file a constitutional challenge to state restrictions for health care workers returning to New York and New Jersey after treating Ebola patients in West Africa. Civil liberties attorney Norman Siegel said Kaci Hickox, who was quarantined after arriving Friday at the Newark airport, shows no symptoms and should be released immediately. He and attorney Steven Hyman said the state attorney general’s office had cooperated in getting them access to Hickox.

If the governors declare a state of State Emergency, then nursey here might be up the creek. Extraordinary times get extraordinary measures, and a declaration may not even be necessary. So bring it. Besides, it’s not like she’s suddenly gone missing and there’s a new set of goalposts up in Giant’s Stadium. This is NJ after all.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/26/2014 at 09:38 PM   
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Don’t Buy The Meme

Don’t buy the meme, or the MSM BS.

Canadian shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, reluctantly identified by some media outlets as “a recent convert to Islam” ...

Like Hell. Don’t swallow that old “there’s no convert like a new convert” used to somehow excuse Sudden Jihad Syndrome.

In this case, it’s a LIE.

The night before he attacked the heart of the nation’s capital, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau went into a stairwell at his Ottawa shelter and knelt on a standard-issue white bathroom towel to pray.

For years, Mr. Zehaf-Bibeau, 32, tried and failed to use prayer as a shield against the drug addiction and mental instability stalking him through adulthood, but that is just one shade in a complex portrait composed from dozens of interviews, court records and archives found along Mr. Zehaf-Bibeau’s cross-country path.


“The accused … wants to be in jail as he believes this is the only way he can overcome his addiction to crack cocaine,” the mental status report states. “He has been a devoted Muslim for seven years and he believes he must spend time in jail as a sacrifice to pay for his mistakes in the past and he hopes to be a better man when he is eventually released.” The report concluded: “I am unable to find any features or signs of mental illness.” He got credit for time served and did one more day in jail.

Whatever other irrationalities this guy may have had, the decision to commit violent jihad was rationally arrived at over considerable time. It wasn’t like he pulled a keffiyeh out of his Welcome To Islam kit and went at it before reading the instructions.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/26/2014 at 09:27 PM   
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Whittle Whittle Whittle

... from one of Rich’s comments ...

A Second Take From Bill Whittle

Whittle paraphrases a discussion about the Second Amendment between an author at the Constitution Center and a college professor/expert grammatician, and came to the same conclusions the rest of us did: “which part of shall not be infringed don’t you understand?”.

Didn’t the Supreme Court do something very much like this in the Heller case 6 years ago? IIRC. Problem with Heller wasn’t the decision, it was the voting. HOW DARE the black robes not rise above petty politics on what was obviously a landmark case, and return a partisan 5-4 decision instead of the 9-0 vote in favor of more freedom for the people (or at least a 7-2). But never fear, things haven’t changed much in the years since, so Whittle lays it all out. And it hasn’t changed a bit.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/26/2014 at 10:09 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - October 25, 2014

Democrats Don’t Like Democracy (or Free Speech)

Nice ones here from the Washington Examiner.

It seems the Democrats have a problem with free speech when it’s from Conservatives.  Political blogs, like this one will be faced with an assortment of regulations and reporting requirements if Democratic FEC Vice Chair Ann M. Ravel has her way. 

It almost sounds reasonable the way she puts it.

“A reexamination of the commission’s approach to the internet and other emerging technologies is long over due,”

Dems on FEC move to regulate Internet campaigns, blogs, Drudge

Fortunately, Commission Chairman Lee E. Goodman is still on our side.

“The right has begun to break the left’s media monopoly, particularly through new media outlets like the internet, and I sense that some on the left are starting to rethink the breadth of the media exemption and internet communications,” he added.

FEC chair warns that conservative media like Drudge Report and Sean Hannity face regulation --- like PACs

h/t Drudge


Posted by Dr. Jeff   United States  on 10/25/2014 at 11:47 PM   
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Well, No Kidding

As the Obola Regime starts to finally unravel, and the somnambulent Oedipal press finally wakes up and starts playing angry CYA, I think we’re going to see an awful lot of these.

Well, no kidding. Oh course she is. All part of the same problem. And hanging is the cure.

Valerie Jarrett Key Player in Fast and Furious Cover-Up After Holder Lied to Congress

President Obama’s trusted senior advisor, Valerie Jarrett, was a key player in the effort to cover up that Attorney General Eric Holder lied to Congress about the Fast and Furious scandal, according to public records obtained by Judicial Watch.

The information is part of a Department of Justice (DOJ) “Vaughn index” detailing records about the gun-running operation known as Fast and Furious. JW had to sue the agency for the records after the Obama administration failed to provide them under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). A federal court ordered the DOJ to provide the records over the agency’s objections. Yesterday JW reported on the broad information in the records, including that Obama asserted executive privilege for Holder’s wife as part of the administration’s efforts to cover up the scandal.

Practically lost in the 1,000-plus pages of records is an index that shows Jarrett was brought in to manage the fact that Holder lied to Congress after the story about the disastrous gun-running operation broke in the media.

blah blah blah. bored now. Sorry. No really I’m glad you dug out the information, I’m glad the truth is finally coming to light. But we figured out all of this 5 years ago, and connected all the dots. He’s a guilty lying bastard, which means she is, and him above her. Plus that department, that one, that one over there, that one too, and that one. It will all come out, someday. But we saw it all then. Which lead to us being labeled right wing extremists, and we woke up one day to find that the FBI considered us nearly terrorists. So don’t mind me, I’ll just take a seat here by the fire, and watch you all slowly roast. And then someday twist in the breeze as the crows come to call.

So when it’s time for the executions, give me a call. I’d like to volunteer to pull the lever. Or the trigger. 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/25/2014 at 09:23 PM   
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
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