Playing Now



Michelle Jenneke

Get Happy w/Michelle Jenneke

Can't Get This Blog at Work?



Terrific stock and custom leather holsters, and you name it. 100% American by a 100% American

Prescription Machine Gun  For Better Mental Health


Free Juke Box

Wonder prolly makes the vitamins you're using now. Been using for 4 years. All fish oils are molecularly distilled. CLICK

The Web C&S

            Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Bureaucrats Strip Vets' Gun Rights



            The VA. Again. Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 3/29/2016 11:21:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (3) | Send This Post | HOME


"The MSM Rule of Inverse Electoral Correlation:
The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."

Several thoughts come to mind regarding this barely veiled chisel at the 2nd Amendment:

1. The Government does not want highly trained individuals to be a part of "a well regulated militia".

2. Mentally unstable, ie, "work place violence"; never mind that these instances are grounded in Islam, but will be noted as military personnel violence.

3. The very well greased slippery slope definition of mental illness. Mostly based on religious and political affiliations.

I'm sorry, but I keep seeing KGB America and it scars the hell out of me.

Noted p.s.: Just say'n, but tonight's Fear Thy Neighbor, 20/20 on ID channel is --- The Chris Kyle Story.
Clearly there are far too many crazy former active military personnel to have weapons once they've separated. They be Krazeee Killahs!

3. The very well greased slippery slope definition of mental illness.
Funny you mentioned that, Juice.
Went for a routine eye exam last week, paid out of pocket, no insurance involved.
The last question on the current health status questionaire was:
"Are you often depressed or sad?"
WTF does that have to do with a refraction exam?

And on my taxes this year, my pension 1099 listed the "cost" or "value" of my employer paid health insurance and the value of my company paid life insurance.
The health premium did not enter into my tax calculations - yet - but mark my words, Congress is going to turn that ~$13,000 in my case into "taxable income" to prop up *(*^%%$* Uhbamacare as soon as the elections are over.

The life insurance premium has been taxable as ordinary income for some years now, even though I had no say in whether I wanted it it and if so, for how much death benefit. Same for the health benefit. At age 70+ I'm covered for pregnancy, maternity, STD's and everything else except dental and vision, the two things I could use at my age.
Your bloated government is hard at work promoting their welfare while consuming yours. To the mattresses, folks.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

Post a Comment

This page is powered by


Some of the blogs I like
Grouchy Old Cripple
Brian The Movie Guy
Hot Air
Parkway Rest Stop
Jawa Report
The O Club
American Digest
Watts Up With That
Moon Battery
Free Republic.com
Doug Ross
Best of the Web
Chicago Boyz
Aggravated DocSurg
American Thinker
House of Eratosthenes
Mychal Massie
View From The Porch
Mostly Cajun
Interested Participant

Defining Articles

Site Meter

Boycott the New York Times -- Read the Real News at Larwyn's Linx

Amazon.com Widgets