The big shutdown

Lots of links to the discussion over the shutdown of Boston yesterday over at InstaPundit, but the best summary is probably this one:

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  1. anonymous

    i saw a tweet that was good too:

    The two best days in a boat owners life are the day you buy it and the day you catch a terrorist in it!

  2. This is what happens when you citzenry without guns: total dependence on the state. Do you think they would “lockdown” Houston or Anchorage? The whole idea is Orwellian. All of this for a bleeding 19 yo kid. It makes no sense.

  3. Anonymous

    The Tsarnaev brothers were incompetents, barely capable of managing community college. The multi-hundred billion dollar federal security apparatus couldn’t find them. A private citizen had to do the job.

    Illiterate street thugs do more damage in Chicago and Philadelphia every weekend.

    Imagine if they had been competent.

  4. Hey guys all those Dems. and Harvidiots off the streets….tragedy turned into opportunity….if we can keep Miranda under lockdown we may start to get back into a winning situation with the USA haters here and their….

  5. AJ

    Here’s a bunch of photos of them busting down doors, pointing guns at everybody, and really getting in people’s faces. Unfortunately, I can’t find the photos of some of more egregious incidents of abuse which I found yesterday with people who looked nothing at all like the suspects, lying face down on the ground, hands cuffed behind their back with “assault rifles” pointed at them. Guess they didn’t jump high enough when some body-armored thug barked orders at them, or maybe they were some of the reporters that police threatened to kill if they didn’t turn off their cell phones. I think this had a lot less to do with finding the surviving suspect, and a lot more to do with making everybody their bitch. Did they order Dunkin’ Donuts employees to report to work at gunpoint? I wouldn’t be surprised. Did they go to Walden Pond and lob incendiary tear gas into Thoreau’s Cabin — like they just admitted to doing, i.e., to purposely burning Christopher Dorner alive?

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/this-is-what-martial-law-looks-like.html

  6. Walt

    Dude –
    As Carlos Santana said “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”.
    Conservatives tend to look back and say “Here is who we are, and this is what we need to do going forward.” We learn from the past, and try not to repeat the mistakes made. Libtards ignore history, and say, “here is how society should be, and here is how you must act to reach that future vision of Utopia.” And then they pass unjust laws to make you act as they see fit.
    The difference is: conservative beliefs are based on objective observations about the human race and human history, whereas liberal views are based on inane theory and generally ignore history that does not align with their invented reality. One stubborn fact about truth is that is not always nice. And libtards just can’t accept that, even though they tend to be mean and vile little creatures.
    But, there is big difference between nice and good. To say that the human being has issues is not nice but it is good to realize that reality and good for building a realistic and healthy society. There will always be evil vile people. You don’t surrender your liberties to try and deal with that. And that is a proven FACT. ignored by these Libtards.
    This is why pretending everyone is the same is doomed to fail. You need to provide everyone with an equal opportunity to succeed, realizing many won’t. This is why political correctness is wrong. You can get people to stop saying something, but not thinking something. And why would you want people to not say what they think? It is honest, and makes it easier to resolve issues when you don’t speak in PC “code”.

    And taking guns away from the law abiding citizen, in the belief that it will make us all safer, is the biggest liberal pipe dream of all. In fact, it’s a lie and they know it.

    Because, in the long run, it will make it easier for them to continue to decide what is best for us. And that is a frightening thought.

    Your Pal,
    Walt

  7. AJ

    A brief video from Global Research about false flag terrorism and the FBI:

  8. Amonymoussssssss

    Irony 101:

    The most serious charge available to federal prosecutors would be the use of a weapon of mass destruction to kill people, which carries a possible death sentence.

    Massachusetts does not have the death penalty.

    So this dude will rot in jail, and you and I will pay for him to watch TV, take classes, work in the laundry, and get away with murder.

  9. AJ

    ‘Sen. Lindsey Graham: Boston Bombing Proves Homeland is the Battlefield’

    “In an interview with the Washington Post, Senator Lindsey Graham held up the Boston bombings as an example of “…why the homeland is the battlefield.” He further stated, “It sure would be nice to have a drone up there [to track the suspect.]”
    ….
    Documents leaked last year showed that the military has been preparing for domestic internment camps. The U.S. Army document, titled FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations, outlines a plan to arrest “political activists” who are then pacified by PSYOP officers. Eventually the activists develop an “appreciation for US policies.” …”

    http://www.oldthinkernews.com/2013/04/sen-lindsey-graham-boston-bombing-proves-homeland-battlefield/

    • just_looking

      they have plenty of high tech wepons and an enormous budget, which is a complete waste of money. 19 yr old kids drove right past them while they all watched and wondered and then they only found him a day later after a citizen called it in. Then the fancy helicopter came by with the thermal imaging. SWAT = huge waste of money. Special any thing = same waste of money. Do no better than regular police. disband Homeland Security, sell all of that swat stuff, support the regular police (although they are really just historians).

  10. Anonymous

    Law enforcement was not professional in posting pictures of the killed/ captured perps for everyone to see.

    Do they teach that at the academy ?

    • Anonymous

      Unions, welfare trash, government employees, big government statists, commies, poofters, limo liberals, and useful idiots. The vote stealing and election fraud was gratuitous for style points.