I was born long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away. No. Not that one. That one is silly.
The ACLU takes advantage of a law which states any case brought before the court on the ground of civil rights is paid for by the government. As far as they are concerned, any case they can base on a violation of civil rights is found money.
And that wasn’t the worst of it!
I did not justify the presence of the protesters, which was predicated solely on hatred, illegal and without redeeming social value.
The rally attendees similarly lacked social redeeming value and were based on hatred, but at least they had a permit and an express right to be there.
Whenever somebody says “word salad”, I take that as evidence that they are unable to construct an intelligent response that does not admit the underlying factual nature of the statement for which they are excusing their ad hominem attack.
So… Yes… I agree. What I said was above reproach and beyond criticism.
Sure. That’s exactly what you said I’m saying.
If it were up to me, I’d be saying that there was nobody there who was not there for the explicit purpose of creating trouble and maybe engaging The Enemy, and perhaps even engaging in a bit of violence. The psychotic gentleman who engaged in vehicular homicide was a good example of that was wrong with every person there, writ large.
Too bad he wasn’t a Jihadi. He would be exonerated for being repressed and his parents could stand behind the Democrat candidate in the next election cycle as fine examples of Community Organization.
But I can’t really say anything that somebody isn’t willing to hear, so it’s all going to be deplorable and hateful and lacking in intelligence or social and spiritual awareness. One may only perceive on their own level, which is why we have the speed of light and the Planck Limit.
The main attraction at Bubba Land turned out to be the potato gun. It don’t shoot potatoes, though. What happens is one of the Bubbas come up and says, “Hold my beer while I show you how this works.” He walks over to the potato gun and fills it with Bug Spray, then lights it up…
It only costs $3, and you get to keep the beer, which isn’t open yet and ice cold.
All in all, pretty sweet. The pyrotechnics must be harmless and a they got a trap door for the Bubba, ‘cause he comes back for the next guy in line. But you can’t see the potato gun while you’re standing in line. You just see the guy ahead of you get handed a beer, then you hear a boom and that’s it.
The Whiskey River ride is fun, too. But that’s one o’ them water rides, where you ride a rubber inner tube down a river while Bubbas in scuba gear hand you an airline whiskey bottle whenever you signal for one. I’m not sure how they work that, maybe radios, because the underwater Bubbas sure can’t see you signing for another whiskey.
Maybe it’s aliens, or just the magic of Bubba Land.
Sure worth the trip. But you gotta stay overnight in their hotel. They won’t let you drive home. I can’t tell you what the hotel is like. I don’t remember.
And during the nights, that was the worst. It was quiet in the day, and I had access to paints and puzzles in the day room. But at night there was nothing but the bare cell and the moaning and cries of the others.
For many years, the condemned argued over whether the frame of the guillotine should be painted blue or red. None actually thought to question why it should be a guillotine in the first place, when it had been intended by design as something entirely different.
Everybody loved Hitler’s speeches. I think Bernie Sanders used much of his material.
Wait a minute… I just realized that it was “over the river”. I was so mind-washed by the graphic that I could only remember it as “over the mountain”. Insidious!
The gathering was declared illegal. Some people left. Nobody who stayed has any claim to virtue or to being less guilty of the results. And the police who stood down to allow it are also to blame. Trying to pick a winner in this race is a lost cause. None of the horses will leave the gate until dragged out and thrown onto a truck.