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Oh, this is gonna be good


Oh hell yes, this is gonna be good:

I’m not going to categorize this, it’s for you to see, and see what you think.

Let us hope this is as vicious as it seems


This is a BIG number, and it covers the entire spectrum no matter who they are:

Have you noticed this little something


About the “retirements” from CONgress? These seem to be “moderates” who have not helped the conservative movement, except in the very rare occurrence that they had to so they wouldn’t be voted out.

Since The Donald took the big chair, the RINOs seem to be bailing. Voluntarily? Under “quiet suggestion”? This opens up our ability to REPLACE them with REAL conservatives. They would have kept their seats under the “better the devil that you know” tendency so unfortunately prevalent. These are gone.

Now, I’ve heard several times about the whole “blue wave” concept. We also heard that there was no way Donald Trump was going to win the election in 2016. Remember the electoral map? Yeah.

We canNOT allow that, and God willing we’ll do it again. Do. NOT. Sit. This. One. Out. Make sure you go to the polls and VOTE. Both sides. Let’s see what America truly wants. Ride those polls to ensure that the typical cheating from the other side doesn’t happen, and let’s see what America REALLY wants.

Absolutely fabulous set


Why I like these songs so much sometimes escapes me, but I do:

17 years after their initial breakup in 1987, the band, whose 1983 hit Relax was banned by the BBC, re-formed to play a one-off Prince’s Trust concert at Wembley Arena in November, 2004. Holly Johnson, the original flamboyant frontman, decided not to take part. Performing with original band members Paul Rutherford, Peter “Ped” Gill and Mark O’Toole, was Ryan Molloy, 28, who beat 200 hopefuls who flocked to the open audition in Leicester Square a month before their concert performance. The 2004 Prince’s Trust charity performance staged at London’s Wembley Arena marked the 25th anniversary in show business of producer Trevor Horn, who made his name overseeing hits by artists like the Buggles, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Yes, and ABC. Frankie Goes to Hollywood (FGTH), formed in 1980, were a British band popular in the mid-1980s. The group was fronted by Holly Johnson (vocals), with Paul Rutherford (vocals, keyboards), Peter Gill (drums, percussion), Mark O’Toole (bass guitar), and Brian Nash (guitar).

Remember this, Marines do not die


They med-evac to Heaven to regroup, and stand security for God Himself.

R. Lee Ermey has passed from this coil to the next today.

Gunny has gone to the next stage, and he’s prepping for the war to come.

Semper Fi, Gunny.

I like it, and it’s inexpensive


This appears to be a handy little tool indeed. Seems to be one of those things you can just throw behind the seat and head off camping. The case for this for protection will be small and handy as well, I would imagine. Price is right, there will be multiple barrels available to change caliber/gauge/purpose. This could replace my old H&R Handi-rifle or the Rossi kit, for a lot less money. Not to mention, it’s about as far away from an EBR as you could possibly get. Except, ooooo, it’s black and it shoots stuff.

Hell. Yes. Exactly