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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Napoleon the Pig speaks out .

I wonder if Harry Reid ever read Animal Farm.  He gave an interview today in which he said that the people who supported the Bundys were "Domestic Terrorists."  Here's part of what he shared on the show, which you can see in it's entirety on Fox News.

"They had sniper rifles in the freeway. They had weapons, automatic weapons. They had children lined up. They wanted to make sure they got hurt first … What if others tried the same thing?"











16 comments:

  1. Vote the pig out of office. He and his ilk (congress) are the domestic terrorists.

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    1. I thought, when William the Bastard and Queen Hillary were in D.C. that I couldn't feel any deeper contempt for that crowd than I did then. I find I was mistaken.

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  2. Where was his concern at Waco where his buddies deliberately burned those children alive?

    The hypocrisy is unreal here.

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  3. oh, that was the fault of the British Special Air Service, don't you know. They had a team at Waco in an observation capacity.After the massacre the FBI and BATF put it about that the fire was the Brit' s fault for giving them bad advice. Harry Reid is used to getting his own way and he can't stand it that he didn't this time.

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    1. All in all, I think the Bundy experience has been a good one for the country, but the party Reid has played in it, using his underlings to create a facade of legality so he could make money with the Chinese is sickening. I think his vindictiveness, after his deal fell through and he had nothing to gain by continuing his machinations, is frightening given his power in the government.

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  5. Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    Harry Reid at some point will have to retire, only problem is some other "stooge" from the "American Oligarchy" will take his place.

    What they don't realize also is that at some point the entire system will implode and their empire will crumble into dust as a result to their foolish mistakes, corruption and inept leadership.
    I step back and look at "the big picture' and I see "America" mirror so many failed empires that have filled the dust bin of history.

    kinda reminds me of that song by Jimmy Hendrix "Castles in the Sand"
    (Castles in the Sand, fall down into the sea eventually)

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    1. I tend to agree, CC. Things like this just accelerate the process. When the people holding the reins of power are so blatantly actuated by self interest alone, even the most jaded drone will eventually begin to realize that they have no percentage in continuing the game.

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  6. Does anyone know if the NRA has stated their position on Reid after he made these remarks? I understand they gave him a favorable rating in the past. I ask because I'll no longer fund any organization which supports a man who calls honest Americans "domestic terrorists". -Unbreakable AZ

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    1. Reid has been given an "A" rating by the NRA in the past, because he invariably resisted anti-gun laws "behind the scenes." Despite his continual deprecation of the Second Amendment, he has voted against gun control legislation fairly consistently in the past. I would hope the NRA would review this rating based on his recent performance. I'll send them an email to that effect, as I'm a long time member. I hadn't thought of this until you raised the issue.

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    2. Good idea. I just sent them a letter as well. I'll keep you posted on any reply I receive though I suspect it will be very generic in nature.

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    3. I think the NRA will be getting a lot of letters from people who are not happy with Harry Reid. The more who write, the better. I'd be furious if I found out that jerk was getting NRA assistance for reelection. That would be like the B'nai B'rith contributing money to Hitler.

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    4. Hey all - I got a pretty bland reply back from the NRA. Sort of, "yeah we hang out, but he's not really my friend" sort of BS if you ask me.

      MY EMAIL: "Message: Hello, As a long time member, I would like to know your current position on Sen. Harry Reid. You've given him high marks in the past for his voting record. However, as you are undoubtedly aware, he recently called a group of honest American citizens who were exercising their legal rights at the Bundy Ranch in Nevada, “domestic terrorists”. As my renewal date is coming up in August, I would very much like to know what you plan to do in light of this grossly outrageous remark. Your decision on whether or not to continue to support a tantrum-throwing anti-patriot will play a major factor in my continued membership. Thank you for the courtesy of a reply."

      THEIR REPLY: "Thank you for contacting the NRA-ILA. The NRA is a single-issue organization that evaluates candidates based on their Second Amendment support each time they run for office. That means that the NRA-PVF will issue Harry Reid a new grade in 2016 based on his Second Amendment support to that point. Harry Reid’s grade issued by the NRA-PVF in 2010 was ‘B’, while his opponent’s, Sharon Angle, was an ‘A’.

      While the NRA has worked with Harry Reid on Second Amendment issues when possible, the NRA-PVF has not endorsed him. We appreciate your support.

      Sincerely,
      Erik, NRA-ILA"

      So.... what do you think?
      Unbreakable AZ

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    5. I think they are trying to have their cake and eat it too. That's an unsatisfactory position. You can't urge members to vote for Adolf Hitler just because he might have played nice in the past. I know they have to walk a fine line but Reid crossed the red line and he is beyond the pale now.

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  7. I would like to know the NRA position as well. I'm so glad I moved out of Nevada years ago. Now poor little Harry is throwing a tantrum because his Chinese deal is in jeopardy. But he is so drunk with power, that you can almost expect a round 2. Harry doesn't realize it but he is helping bring about the resurgence of the patriot militia. They have my support. Americans like myself are sick and tired of being pushed around and lied to. Don't tread on me Feds!

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    1. He has such contempt for "common people" and anything they do that I expect this latest temper tantrum is purely do to his inability to have his way. Politicians who get used to just waving their magic wand and making things happen the way they want them too rarely react well when things go wrong. Hitler and his temper tantrums come to mind when I think of Reid.

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