Open Thread, Wednesday 10 April 2013

Kiyama, Australia


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46 Responses to Open Thread, Wednesday 10 April 2013

  1. freedom1781 says:

    The audio is crummy, but the message is clear. It’s well worth spending 43 minutes of your time.

    • Coyote says:

      Did she say “Barbara Boxer and Jesse Jackson”????
      Whoa. Heavy.

    • barnslayer says:

      I had a slightly heated discussion with a patient (who is Jewish) on the gun “control” issue. She said “What do you need guns for anyway? What are you going to do, go shoot a politician?” (As brilliant an assumption this was on her part, I controlled myself). I replied that she shouldn’t think along those lines. She should think of the Warsaw Uprising. She shut up right quick.

  2. Knight4GFC says:

    Christians Are Extremists Like al-Qaeda, U.S. Army Taught Troops

    • And did you notice how the MSM is not covering this trial? At all? I checked CNN after one of the big days of testimony and there was nothing. They just don’t want you to know.

      • Knight4GFC says:

        This is pure evil! And if the media purposely fails to cover this trial, they contribute to this great evil. “Party of Death” is what they are.

      • As seen at

        The Rutgers basketball story continues to transfix the media, and why shouldn’t it? Mike Rice, the disgraced former Rutgers basketball coach allegedly killed a woman and at least seven viable, born-alive babies “by plunging scissors into their spinal cords” in his filthy, macabre “house of horrors” abortion clinic.

        Oh wait, my mistake.

        Rice was fired last week from Rutgers over video of him shoving, kicking and yelling at his players, throwing basketballs at them and – most damning – using “homophobic slurs.” That’s made Rice the most notorious villain in America. And in one week it earned him 36 network news stories clocking in at 41 minutes, 26 seconds of air time on ABC, CBS and NBC.

        Now, had Rice been accused of killing a woman and eight babies, he’d be enjoying the same anonymity as Kermit Gosnell– provided the killings were carried out in an abortion clinic. Gosnell is the West Philadelphia abortionist who ran an unimaginable charnel house of a “clinic,” for 30 years. Witnesses testified that he may have murdered over 100 babies outside the womb. Gosnell’s trial, underway for weeks, has featured wrenching testimony and horrific details. And it has received exactly zero seconds of airtime on the broadcast networks.

    • How can any sensible Christian ever wonder why America is wasted. when we fail to protect the innocents of the unborn baby, we no longer have any legs to stand on and it just keeps getting worse until it all falls apart or something drastically changes everything and opens the eyes of Americans to their follies and beg God’s forgiveness and beg for His Mercy for all of the atrocities we allow to happen under our watch. Make an excuse if you dare and then tell that excuse to a Marine under his watch and let me know what he says about excuses! And he is only a Marine! Praise God for those who continue to fight this battle. It is OUR watch and OUR duty!

    • Knight4GFC says:

      I’d like to hear what Shalini might have to share on the matter being that this was in India. Terrible evil this is.

      • That’s true, although I think much of the human trafficking they talk about is worldwide. I think the film-maker just started his journey of discovery in India. From what I understand, lots of the trafficking is in 1st world countries, like the U.S., in Europe, Israel, etc., in addition to Africa and S.E. Asia.

  3. One of the usual hazards at Coyote’s chili cookouts.

    I swear I had an extra cigarette stashed in the muzzle.

    Camp David 2.

    Meanwhile, in the Leadership Void.

  4. Sad Story: 17-year-old girl kills self after being gang raped, humiliated and bullied about it by high-school classmates.
    Rehtaeh shared her sadness on Facebook, including a post on March 3 which read: ‘In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.’

  5. Mark Levin says that on Thursday the Senate intends to vote to change the 2nd amendment without any pretense of going through the amendment process, on a bill that hasn’t even been written yet.

  6. Harvey says:

    Always the totalitarians find useful idiots to advance their agenda. But sometimes the truth is there as well:

  7. solaratov says:




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