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Gunboat1

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  1. I'll tell you how we stop this. Search : "Jim Cirillo" and "NYC Stakeout Squad." Until we send the message that criminal behavior will not be tolerated and in fact will be punished, this will only continue and accelerate. It's past time. Feral Lives Don't Matter.
  2. I've donated much to SA over the years, because my former father in law was so grateful for the support he received from them as an infantryman in WWII Europe. They will never see another dime from me. I will not be badgered about woke BS. NOT BY ANYBODY.
  3. Me, I'd take a dang nap.
  4. Outstanding! Glad your pain is past and opening. Resume enjoyable life! GB1
  5. Drinking a toast tonight. Here's to Kyle Rittenhouse, a brave young man. And to all those like him.
  6. Praise be to Almighty God. There is still justice in America. Now sue the living hell out of everyone who slandered you, Kyle. Start with Bumbles Biden, and work your way through the mass media. He should end up richer than Nick Sandmann by far.
  7. Best wishes, bud. Hopefully the stone will pass on out soon and you will get some relief.
  8. Good luck and quick recovery.
  9. Exactly. The DE&I Industry is an outgrowth of the Affirmative Action scam. It is a self-licking ice cream cone of minority employment and enrichment at the expense of those who actually do the work and produce the goods and services, and pay the preponderance of the taxes. It is nothing less than a scam, paying off minority Democrat voters with tax money.
  10. With any luck, perhaps he will be. There's been plenty of prosecutorial misconduct.
  11. Marine Corps offers $144,000 salary for 'diversity, equity and inclusion' adviser https://www.foxnews.com/politics/marine-corps-144000-salary-diversity-adviser "The USMC is hiring the adviser to ensure that all "internal and external communications reflect diversity, equity, and inclusion," or DEI, and to develop tools that "enable shifting the USMC cultural paradigm for diversity, equity, and inclusion." The position is based in Quantico, Virginia, but is listed as telework eligible, "as determined by the agency policy." There is no education requirement for the position and only U.S. citizens are eligible. The job listing was first reported on Twitter by National Review’s Michael Brendan Dougherty, who said the adviser will be paid more than Navy ship captains. Other critics slammed the job listing as further injecting the tenets of critical race theory into the military. The Marine Corps is a part of the Department of the Navy, which announced in May the appointment of a Strategic Planning Team to "develop an action plan to promote DEI in department-wide policies, programs and operations." Oh, yeah. We ain't "Woke" enough. We need to hire some progressive pinhead to help us run further left, down the drain of military incompetence and irrelevance. I weep for America.
  12. https://www.illinoisreview.com/illinoisreview/2021/11/kyle-rittenhouse-and-the-streets-of-kenosha.html From this excellent article: "Throughout the summer of 2020, dozens of American cities burned for weeks or months at a time. Controlled by leftist politicians, these cities' leadership was far more akin, philosophically and politically, to the arsonists, thugs, and other demonstrators who spent the summer destroying their towns, than to their honest, law-abiding constituents. Most of these city fathers therefore tolerated these destructive demonstrations in which billions and billions of dollars of real estate and other property were intentionally and violently destroyed, sometimes even fanning their flames in vocal solidarity. Shop owners who tried to defend themselves were overwhelmed. And honorable police were overwhelmed.… Or worse, were told to stand down, ordered by their city fathers to give the criminals free rein of neighborhood after neighborhood. In many cases, in many of these cities, alderman, mayors, and even some law-enforcement officials were essentially accessories to the crimes, as buildings were burned down, stores and other businesses were looted and emptied of valuables, as whole shopping areas and business districts were literally wiped out, likely never to arise again. Many parts of many American cities went from prosperous shopping districts to blighted ruins in less than a year, as a result of this unholy alliance between the unelected criminal element and the elected one. We must consider the Rittenhouse trial in the context of these events. Kenosha became, for a couple of weeks last year, Ground Zero for this anarcho-communist attack on the United States. more: "This trial is also about a young man with more courage than most of us today could ever muster. A young man who faced down criminals with long rap sheets…. Who attacked Kyle Rittenhouse? Who made up this throng of demonstrators and arsonists? A child molester, a robber, a guy who beat up his own grandmother... But young Kyle Rittenhouse had the courage to show up on that street, armed and ready... to defend the right against the wrong. This trial is a reminder, not only of the Second Amendment and of our inalienable right to self-defense. This trial is also a reminder of the corruption of so many cities. It is a reminder of the ongoing destruction of our criminal justice system. But thanks to Kyle Rittenhouse’s courage, this trial can also be a reminder of what America was meant to be, and of what a real American citizen is supposed to be: A nation of honorable people who come to their honorable friends' defense, who pitch in and help when civilization itself is under assault. The United States of America was meant to be a City on a Hill, a beacon of liberty for the world to admire... and hopefully, to copy. Thank you, Kyle Rittenhouse, for being an American."
  13. Yes, she did. Perfectly.
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