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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Power vs influence

North Carolina cucks for the NCAA on trannies:
North Carolina state Senate leader Phil Berger says his fellow Republican legislators have struck a deal with governor Roy Cooper to repeal House Bill 2 hours before an NCAA deadline that would have eliminated all scheduled NCAA championship events in that state until the year 2022.

HB2—an anti-LGBT bill that restricted the rights of transgender people—eliminated local governments’ abilities to raise the minimum wage, banned cities from passing their own ordinances to ban discrimination, and most famously required transgender people to use the labeled bathroom matching that on their birth certificates. Some of the state’s most prominent sports figures spoke out against the bill, while the NBA moved the 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte and the NCAA moved the ACC championship game to Orlando.

The NCAA initially gave North Carolina until the end of February to knock down the bill, but later changed that to this Thursday, per the Charlotte Observer. It seems as if the NCAA’s pressure was enough to get the state’s GOP-led legislature to get a last-minute deal done.
Amazing and yet not at all surprising. The NC legislature would have done better to ban the NCAA from all activity in North Carolina, or at the very least, followed the example of Texas Gov. Abbott addressing the NFL's demands. After all, the NCAA needs North Carolina a lot more than North Carolina needs the NCAA.
On Friday, in response to an email question about the Texas bill, which was filed last month, league spokesman Brian McCarthy said: "If a proposal that is discriminatory or inconsistent with our values were to become law there, that would certainly be a factor considered when thinking about awarding future events."

Said Abbott on Tuesday: "For some low-level NFL adviser to come out and say that they are going to micromanage and try to dictate to the state of Texas what types of policies we're going to pass in our state, that's unacceptable.

"We don't care what the NFL thinks and certainly what their political policies are because they are not a political arm of the state of Texas or the United States of America. They need to learn their place in the United States, which is to govern football, not politics."
Every state legislature should pass a law banning any entity that makes threatening or extortionist statements intended to manipulate the legislators from further activity in that state. Plus a seven-digit fine. Gov. Abbott understands the difference between power and influence. Gov. Cooper and the NC legislators clearly do not.

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145 Comments:

Blogger Pteronarcyd March 30, 2017 8:12 AM  

I like the idea of hitting the extortionists with a big fine.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother March 30, 2017 8:14 AM  

BREAKING NEWS: NCAA ORDERS NC LEGISLATURE TO KISS THE RING. AND ITS BOOTS. AND TO SWALLOW.

FILM AT 11

Blogger Rhonda * wildcard March 30, 2017 8:17 AM  

I miss Texas everyday.

Anonymous Steve Canyon March 30, 2017 8:20 AM  

Sounds like a fee for the NCAA to hold events within the state is in order. You know, to offset the costs incurred by the public who are inconvenienced by all the riff-raff events like the Super Bowl and the NBA All Star Game tend to attract.

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd March 30, 2017 8:20 AM  

``... Senate leader Phil Berger says his fellow Republican legislators ...''

Oops, there's the problem: they're Gay Old Pedophiles. Guess I'm not surprised after all. Republicans always cuck. Near enough to always, anyway.

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 8:20 AM  

I thnk Abbott thinks he's working from a position of power and that he's being tough. But he'll cave as soon as the real power gets in the game. First it's the NFL. Then the NBA, then MLB, then Apple, then a boycott of the state for conventions, then businesses saying no to opening new offices and plants.

Abbott will cave because Texas will cave....All to what end? To preen for he voters who in the end don't care at all about trannies. They care about jobs, the economy, education, and being safe.

The only thing NC did was wait so long.

In the end, those of you, (including you VD) who are fighting trannies and gays more and more look like the 60 year old Jap on an island who thinks the war is still on and who is carrying around his firearm waiting for the next attack. But it ain't coming. The war is over and we've all moved onl

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 30, 2017 8:21 AM  

Nice job, North Cuckolina. I always knew there was something queer about you.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother March 30, 2017 8:25 AM  

Keep on cucking, Magisew!

Blogger Wynn Lloyd March 30, 2017 8:27 AM  

I can't stand how southern culture is so dependent on football.

I enjoy football. It's a great pastime. It's not the foundation of our culture, though. Some things are more important than college football.

Ironically, this convergence will make football less enjoyable, not more.

Blogger Markku March 30, 2017 8:29 AM  

You'll move on to helicopters.

Blogger James Dixon March 30, 2017 8:32 AM  

Does the NCAA hold any property in NC? Are there any employees of the NCAA who work there? Do NCAA employees come into the state to conduct business?

A 50% state income tax on NCAA employees who reside in or perform work in the state (for the time they're in the state) and a 100% tax on NCAA property might get the message across fairly quickly.

> First it's the NFL. Then the NBA, then MLB, then Apple, then a boycott of the state for conventions, then businesses saying no to opening new offices and plants.

The power to tax is a state power that cannot be revoked and should not be underestimated. A 20% sales tax on all NFL, NBA, MLB, and Apple products should easily replace any income lost to a boycott. And I'm sure that increased taxes on the Texans, Cowboys, Rangers, Astros, Rockets, etc., would cause them to have a few words with the league offices.

Blogger Almodavar March 30, 2017 8:33 AM  

They want them dead. https://medium.com/@matthewstoller/on-mocking-dying-working-class-white-people-d0ea653a91a9

Anonymous David of One March 30, 2017 8:36 AM  

"Every state legislature should pass a law banning any entity that makes threatening or extortionist statements intended to manipulate the legislators from further activity in that state."

This is the most clearly articulated thought and solution on this matter I've read anywhere.

I suspect that the NCAA has likely violated their non-profit status being they are not a registered political organization.

Blogger Salt March 30, 2017 8:36 AM  

May UNC and NC State never win any title again.

Anonymous Coal Fired Brisket March 30, 2017 8:38 AM  

Vox, if you can find someone who can write up that bill language I have a few people in state legislatures that would be willing to introduce it next year.

Blogger Sillon Bono March 30, 2017 8:39 AM  

In the end, those of you, (including you VD) who are fighting trannies and gays more and more look like the 60 year old Jap on an island who thinks the war is still on and who is carrying around his firearm waiting for the next attack. But it ain't coming. The war is over and we've all moved onl

My friend it is retards that you who think are being very clever who look like the dingle-berries that you are.

Anonymous Coal Fired Brisket March 30, 2017 8:43 AM  

This is an open offer to anyone. If this gets written you will see results.

Blogger Chris Mallory March 30, 2017 8:45 AM  

Wynn Lloyd wrote:I can't stand how southern culture is so dependent on football.

With the NCAA and North Carolina, it is basketball,not football.

Anonymous Roundtine March 30, 2017 8:45 AM  

A 20% sales tax on all NFL, NBA, MLB, and Apple products should easily replace any income lost to a boycott.

No need to tax. The greatest power is market access. If Apple were to publicly state it is boycotting Texas, the state could pull its business license as a courtesy. Then Apple would have to leave Texas or publicly admit it's all posturing.

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 8:46 AM  

"The power to tax is a state power that cannot be revoked and should not be underestimated. A 20% sales tax on all NFL, NBA, MLB, and Apple products should easily replace any income lost to a boycott."

It wouldn't pass. Plus, it's unconstitutional.

What is it with this desire to fight battles already lost? Winners fight the next battle before the other guys.

Anonymous Luke March 30, 2017 8:50 AM  

10. James Dixon March 30, 2017 8:32 AM
"Does the NCAA hold any property in NC? Are there any employees of the NCAA who work there? Do NCAA employees come into the state to conduct business?

A 50% state income tax on NCAA employees who reside in or perform work in the state (for the time they're in the state) and a 100% tax on NCAA property might get the message across fairly quickly."


That would be a prohibited bill of attainder:

http://www.techlawjournal.com/glossary/legal/attainder.htm

" A legislative act that singles out an individual or group for punishment without a trial.

The Constitution of the United States, Article I, Section 9, paragraph 3 provides that: "No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law will be passed.""

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 8:53 AM  

"Vox, if you can find someone who can write up that bill language I have a few people in state legislatures that would be willing to introduce it next year.

You idiot. The Texas legislature doesn't even meet next year. They meet every two years. And their session this year ends in May.

More importantly, there isn't a single lawmaker in the state who would propose a law as entirely unconstitutional as the one VD has suggested.

Anonymous Roundtine March 30, 2017 8:53 AM  

Publicly admitting men can have vaginas is like admitting you believe in a flat Earth. It's not a question of fighting a war, it's question of creating a long and permanent public record of your insanity, or at best, that you are a lemming incapable of rational, independent thought.

Blogger VD March 30, 2017 8:57 AM  

More importantly, there isn't a single lawmaker in the state who would propose a law as entirely unconstitutional as the one VD has suggested.

There is nothing unconstitutional about it. There would be nothing unconstitutional about the God-Emperor drone-striking the NCAA tomorrow.

You morons don't seem to understand that you cut down the trees. Now there is nothing left to protect you from the Alt-Right.

The war is over and we've all moved on

The war hasn't even begun.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 30, 2017 8:58 AM  

What jobs?

Do the trannies really believe themselves or is it some giant stupid shit test? I lean towards shit test. I suggest an agree and amplify response with a smirk.

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 30, 2017 9:01 AM  

It said "Constitution!"

Why no fireball, wizard?

Blogger Cail Corishev March 30, 2017 9:02 AM  

The states, and other orgainzations that cave, want it to look like they're bowing to economic blackmail, but I don't buy that. As you say, the NCAA needs them far more than they need it. The politicians want to cuck and cave in; they just need some cover so their constituents won't string them up.

Anonymous JJ Timmins March 30, 2017 9:03 AM  

Weak.

Anonymous NCMike March 30, 2017 9:05 AM  

I hate waking up to news like this. At least the local news says that it is unsure whether there are enough votes in our house/senate to pass it. Hopefully it will never see the gov's desk.

Blogger Benjamin Kraft March 30, 2017 9:09 AM  

@18. The cowardly fool says that the battle that must be won is already lost while he still lives.

The lying traitorous scum says the battle is lost while he isn't even on his listerner's side in the first place.

Anonymous Grayman March 30, 2017 9:13 AM  

So trannies who are less than 1/2 of 1% of the population are going to run state legislatures??? GTFO!


Cail 25,

The virtue signaling makes them feel so warm and fuzzy inside. besides, someone might call them names!!!!!!

Blogger James Dixon March 30, 2017 9:14 AM  

> Plus, it's unconstitutional.

No, it's not. At the federal level it might be. States can impose pretty much whatever special taxes they want. See the recent taxes on soft drinks for an example.

Blogger Student in Blue March 30, 2017 9:14 AM  

@20. Magisew
You idiot. The Texas legislature doesn't even meet next year.

You must be from Texas. The guy didn't even mention a name, but you're assuming it's all about your state.

Anonymous William Barton March 30, 2017 9:17 AM  

I have lived in rural NC for 30 years after moving from rural northern New England and still don't quite grasp my neighbors fascination with a game played by Nilotic mutants. Why not greyhound racing? At least mutant dogs are graceful.

Blogger James Dixon March 30, 2017 9:18 AM  

> The Constitution of the United States, Article I, Section 9, paragraph 3 provides that: "No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law will be passed.""

The Constitution limits the federal government, not state governments. Only the Bill of Rights has been extended to the states.

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 9:20 AM  

"There is nothing unconstitutional about it. There would be nothing unconstitutional about the God-Emperor drone-striking the NCAA tomorrow."

LOL...Well then, knock yourself out. In fact, take Coal Fire Brisket's offer and try to find someone to introduce the bill next year....That'll show them.

It's one thing to whine about and wildly expel your spittle on cultural issues. It's all together another thing to expound on politics and the law. You end up looking silly to anyone who has ever glanced at the constitution.

At some point, the Right is going to have to get serious if they really want to get anything done.


"The cowardly fool says that the battle that must be won is already lost while he still lives."

Said the Jap living alone on the island fighting WWII

Anonymous Black and Gold March 30, 2017 9:21 AM  

@25

For some states it might be true that the NCAA needs them more than they need it, but I would think that would be limited to the biggest states. Say North Carolina would start taxing the NCAA at a higher rate, or something of that nature. The NCAA could respond by suspending any North Carolina school from competition. In that scenario don't you believe North Carolina would back down first?

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 9:23 AM  

"The Constitution limits the federal government, not state governments. Only the Bill of Rights has been extended to the states."

Stop writing. You look silly and you are providing horrendously bad information.

Blogger William Hudson March 30, 2017 9:25 AM  

Since it's only negro ball, why does anyone care?

Blogger J A Baker March 30, 2017 9:27 AM  

Wow, so the NCAA, basically an entertainment organization consisting of unelected officials, is now making public policy for North Carolina?

Anonymous Isidore the Farmer March 30, 2017 9:27 AM  

They should also pass a bill that says any time the NCAA issues a threat to the state, state university funds are slashed by 10%. Force the cucked university admins to also push back against the NCAA by placing their funding at risk. Given the tilt of state legislatures and governships at the moment, this could surely pass in 20 states.

Blogger J A Baker March 30, 2017 9:28 AM  

Expect the price of bottled water, beer and hotdogs across the state of NC to sky rocket.

Anonymous Grayman March 30, 2017 9:29 AM  

@34 Magisew

You do realize the constitution is dead right? While is was an elegant document that was a pinnacle of its time, it is no longer anything more than another idol to be paid lip service too. It was actually meaningful half of the federal government would instantly cease to exist.

The "right" is indeed having to play serious. When whites play the identity politics game the tranny freaks and other minorities are in very big trouble. The worm turns slowly, but when it does it way overshoots. History is clear on that point.
The trannys may well win this particular fight but it is a Pyrrhic victory at best. For every battle you force the right become more entrenched and the extreme right seems ever more reasonable.

Blogger JT March 30, 2017 9:30 AM  

Just like at Missou. "We'll do anything just don't take away our sportsball!!"

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother March 30, 2017 9:31 AM  

NB:

Texas Ilk disavow this Magisew and all his works.

Blogger Cail Corishev March 30, 2017 9:33 AM  

To judge by the shrill, fearful reaction of today's resident leftist shill, this idea of proactive steps by legislatures may have real promise.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 30, 2017 9:33 AM  

I would prefer my freedom from the edicts and tax slavery they force me to pay instead of the usual conservative wailing that every fool should listen to conservative intellectuals.

But I'm a small (L) libertarian in a sea of conservative universalists who find great pleasure sperging with the lunatics of the left.

Anonymous Damntull March 30, 2017 9:34 AM  

Magisew is a troll.

Anonymous Contaminated NEET March 30, 2017 9:35 AM  

@Mag

The battle is already lost, you're right. But ground that has been lost can be retaken. You are beholden to the Whig History delusion: you think there's a direction to history, and you're on the right side of it, and it can't go "backward." Well, we'll see.

Most of the "New Americans" your side is so eager to import don't much care for your darling trannies. Yeah, they vote with you for now against the common enemy, but keep bringing them in by the million, and they won't need you forever. Ask Phyllis Kahn what happens then.

Anonymous vfm 9499 March 30, 2017 9:36 AM  

This is one of the reasons why I voted for Cooper's opponent (and the incumbent) in last year's governor's race. As Attorney General, Cooper actively opposed HB2, and invited businesses, corporations, athletic organizations, and others to shun his own state so that the bill would be repealed. His election to office rested largely on his promise that he would see to the repealing of the law. No one around here is shocked that the Repubs caved.

Anonymous Grayman March 30, 2017 9:37 AM  

Magisew,

Brow beating people wont work here you tool,

there are multiple places where you are wrong start with the 10th amendment:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Next look at interstate commerce. A state may tax as they see fit within their borders (i.e. a state may tax any internet business with a physical presence in the state)

You don't make a very good troll. Did Soros cut your allowance? You may want to look at the script guide again before giving this another shot.

Anonymous Bz March 30, 2017 9:39 AM  

Looks almost like the globalists have fully retreated to their next line of defense: Converged US law and its ritual abusers.

Well, let's see if that starts crumbling too. It's just a social construct you know.

Anonymous Athor Pel March 30, 2017 9:39 AM  

"20. Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 8:53 AM
...

You idiot. The Texas legislature doesn't even meet next year. They meet every two years. And their session this year ends in May.

More importantly, there isn't a single lawmaker in the state who would propose a law as entirely unconstitutional as the one VD has suggested. "



So you live in Austin.
That explains a great deal.

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 9:39 AM  

"You do realize the constitution is dead right? While is was an elegant document that was a pinnacle of its time, it is no longer anything more than another idol to be paid lip service too. It was actually meaningful half of the federal government would instantly cease to exist."

Whether or not it's "dead" doesn't impact the fact that the kind of Bill VD contemplates would never pass muster with a federal court in 1800 or 2017.

"The "right" is indeed having to play serious. When whites play the identity politics game the tranny freaks and other minorities are in very big trouble. The worm turns slowly, but when it does it way overshoots. History is clear on that point."

The "Right" isn't playing serious and has given no indication they want to nor can. The most powerful member of the "Right" is Steve Bannon. And he keeps getting beat because he clearly doesn't know how government works and he doesn't know how to manipulate it. He thinks rhetoric is the key. And apparently so do you. White's playing identity politics? When did that ever work?

"The trannys may well win this particular fight but it is a Pyrrhic victory at best. For every battle you force the right become more entrenched and the extreme right seems ever more reasonable."

I have a feeling if you go back to 1962 you'll hear something similar being said by the southern segregationists. And now there are no more southern segregationists. It doesn't matter how entrenched the right becomes when the "Right" you refer to is so small as to be inconsequential.

Anonymous CarpeOro March 30, 2017 9:41 AM  

MagpieSue doublesdown. A strange new tactic for a SJW? But being a sjw and depending on its' opponents to continue to play by the rules that they have worked so hard to discredit, debase or just plain ignore, I'm sure it will continue to caterwaul out the need to adhere to the system it has helped to destroy. Those who lack virtue can never admit when they see it, because that would be admitting to their lack.

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 9:42 AM  

"So you live in Austin.
That explains a great deal."

You don't have to live in Austin to have the most very basic education on the structure of the Texas legislative branch. My god. The provincial nature being exposed here is shocking.

Blogger Student in Blue March 30, 2017 9:45 AM  

You don't have to live in Austin to have the most very basic education on the structure of the Texas legislative branch.

Again, "The guy didn't even mention a name, but you're assuming it's all about your state."

Moron.

Blogger Nate March 30, 2017 9:46 AM  

I note that the proggy freaks are already complaining that it isn't a real repeal.

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 9:48 AM  

"there are multiple places where you are wrong start with the 10th amendment:"

Oh Good God. Show me where the 10th Amendment has been invoked to successfully defend a law that has clearly been forbidden by the national constitution. You fucking amateur.

"Next look at interstate commerce. A state may tax as they see fit within their borders (i.e. a state may tax any internet business with a physical presence in the state)"

LOL....First, VD's proposal doesn't envision a tax. It envisions punishment for Free speech and expressing an idea. "Commerce Clause"! If you are not going to take yourself seriously, why should anyone else.

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 30, 2017 9:49 AM  

Magisew's a MarySue? Who knew?
Not you. It's (((true!)))

Blogger praetorian March 30, 2017 9:49 AM  

Normieball and normieball accessories are our enemies most powerful weapon.

Look at the Baylor football scandal. A coach at a Christian school whoring out white girls to get that 4.4 db.

Insanity.

Blogger James Dixon March 30, 2017 9:49 AM  

> Stop writing. You look silly and you are providing horrendously bad information.

Prove it. Cite the case law extending that provision of the Constitution to the states. Show that the Supreme Court has affirmed it. Then demonstrate how raising taxes on corporate out of state property owners would run afoul of it. Then demonstrate how imposing income state income taxes on a people doing business in the state would. Then demonstrate that a state imposing a special tax on a class of business (say lawyers, doctors, hairdressers, all of whom have special taxes in various places) would.

Making claims is easy. I've been wrong before, and I'll be wrong again. But I'm not taking your word on the matter. Prove it, or shut up.

Blogger Unknown March 30, 2017 9:54 AM  

Yes, it's entirely illegal to single out products for higher taxes for punitive reasons.
So unconstitutional.
Except for tobacco. Or alcohol. Or soda. Or CO2 emissions. Or sugar. Or yachts.

The truth of the matter is the SJW's have been using the taxing power to punish forever
Idiot.

Anonymous TheBoom March 30, 2017 9:56 AM  

There is no strong conservative leadership on these matters. Trump is as bad as anyone. The governors and mayors are beholden to the Chamber of Commerce who is worried it will lose a dollar by standing for its supposed values. Bye, bye, Western culture.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 30, 2017 9:56 AM  

This is the alt-right reverting back to being "conservative" and being worn down in a 1st gen battle.

That is not our strength ours is upstream culture battles.

Here is the deal, while you conservatives are plotting to take your legal case against trannies to the Wise Latrina and her Ilk you are missing a huge point.

Being a Protected Class ain't cool, not at all. Even that fucking troll you are debating cannot dispute that in any fashion.

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky March 30, 2017 9:57 AM  

Well, here's the catchy headline of the article:

"North Carolina Repeals HB2 To Satisfy NCAA; "Compromise" Still Permits Anti-LGBT Discrimination For At Least Three More Years"

Going to the bathroom, in the fashion that has been done since those famous gaybashing ROMANS (??) and GREEKS (???????), and the world over, is now Anti-LGBT Discrimination.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Death To The Boor-geois, Keks To The Lol-etariat ) March 30, 2017 9:58 AM  

52. Magisew March 30, 2017 9:39 AM
It doesn't matter how entrenched the right becomes when the "Right" you refer to is so small as to be inconsequential.



go tell it to President Hillary.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 30, 2017 10:01 AM  

And you anti-sportsballers you gents are for the most part the MGTOWs of sports.

Some advice you have to cultivate VD's rhetorical phrase " I don't care" and once you internalize that completely then you can effectively become the anti-sportsball cultural critics. Otherwise you sound like an omega pleading for pussy routine.

Anonymous Fortrane March 30, 2017 10:03 AM  

"go tell it to President Hillary."

You think the "Right" elected Trump? Holy Cow.....Your reading of politics is pretty bad.

Blogger Timmy3 March 30, 2017 10:08 AM  

Corporations has been lobbying for their laws for centuries. This is no different.

Anonymous Athor Pel March 30, 2017 10:14 AM  

"54. Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 9:42 AM
...
You don't have to live in Austin to have the most very basic education on the structure of the Texas legislative branch. My god. The provincial nature being exposed here is shocking.
"



I'm not referring to legislative knowledge but your hippie commie pervert loving attitude.

You really need to start thinking hard about your future and what you say and to who.

You're obviously a willfully transgressive 'Keep Austin Weird' tranny lover. Normal people are disgusted by you. You don't belong to their tribe. They will not protect you from the bad men.

So please, keep it up. Don't stop talking. Prove who and what you are all day long every day. The bad men will appreciate it.

Blogger Phat Repat March 30, 2017 10:25 AM  

Come on, everyone knows the RUSSIANS are behind this!

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 March 30, 2017 10:26 AM  

I had no idea that dindus were big supporters of trannies.

Or that trannies were basketball fans.

And funny how these threats come close to the end of March Madness.

Blogger William Meisheid March 30, 2017 10:31 AM  

Magisew What is it with this desire to fight battles already lost?

Aren't you confusing a battle's objective with the battle? Just because one engagement or battle is lost doesn't mean the objective lost and can't be won. Otherwise, as VD noted, we would not have cut back immigration from its previous peak at the end of the 1800's and kept it low until the mid-60's sellout. We do not have concede anything.

Blogger James Dixon March 30, 2017 10:33 AM  

> Corporations has been lobbying for their laws for centuries. This is no different.

And governments have been levying taxes on corporations for centuries. This would be no different. Actions have consequences.

Blogger Escoffier March 30, 2017 10:34 AM  

Magisew wrote:I thnk Abbott thinks he's working from a position of power and that he's being tough. But he'll cave as soon as the real power gets in the game. First it's the NFL. Then the NBA, then MLB, then Apple, then a boycott of the state for conventions, then businesses saying no to opening new offices and plants.

Abbott will cave because Texas will cave....All to what end? To preen for he voters who in the end don't care at all about trannies. They care about jobs, the economy, education, and being safe.

The only thing NC did was wait so long.

In the end, those of you, (including you VD) who are fighting trannies and gays more and more look like the 60 year old Jap on an island who thinks the war is still on and who is carrying around his firearm waiting for the next attack. But it ain't coming. The war is over and we've all moved onl


The communist has only two modes of argumentation. The first is to suggest that the issue doesn't exist and that anyone who thinks it does is somehow illegitimate. The second is to say that the communist has won and all right thinking people should simply accept the outcome. I'll leave it for you to decide which mode this creature is employing.

Anonymous BgigGayKoranBurner March 30, 2017 10:35 AM  

Cucking for Trannies, how did the cucks avoid talking about the Maryland 14yo girl raped by illegal aliens in the wrong school bathroom.

If Apple were to publicly state it is boycotting Texas, the state could pull its business license as a courtesy. Then Apple would have to leave Texas or publicly admit it's all posturing.

I have it on good authority that apple CEO Timmy Cook in very "hands on" boy cots.

isn't a single lawmaker in the state who would propose a law as entirely unconstitutional as the one VD has suggested

The same constitution that forces bakers to make gay cakes & banks to give mortgages to stupid blacks/browns because there are not enough smart ones?

Do the trannies really believe themselves or is it some giant stupid shit test?

I have been trying to come up with the wording for a shirt that I could wear in both gay areas and altright areas like my "Snowden said you are a bad boy" one. Something like "Boy Scouts won the supreme court but the hard work of 1000+ jewish lawyers forced them to take trannies"

J A Baker Expect the price of bottled water, beer and hotdogs across the state of NC to sky rocket

Shouldn't you concern yourself with baking me cakes? I would like one with a pig screwing Moohamad.

have a feeling if you go back to 1962 you'll hear something similar being said by the southern segregationists

Anyone who has meet enough blacks in real life to know they will never meet one as smart (((as seen on TV))) knows they were right. No place in the US is as segregated as NYC, people protested in the street against letting black/brown kids into the top math High School since none could qualify.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/the-daunting-struggle-to-diversify-elite-public-high-schools/
http://nypost.com/2014/07/19/why-nycs-push-to-change-school-admissions-will-punish-poor-asians/

I had no idea that dindus were big supporters of trannies.Or that trannies were basketball fans

Dennis Rodman, Weasely Snipes, Chris Rock, The Williams "Sisters", Marion Jones

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 30, 2017 10:38 AM  

Stop bothering Magisew. If her husband hasn't knocked any sense into her by now, you aren't going to do it remotely.

Blogger William Meisheid March 30, 2017 10:38 AM  

Escoffier, in the realm of human affairs, no outcomes are settled and must be re-engaged continually. That means we can roll back just like they introduced the change. Nothing is conceded.

Blogger James Dixon March 30, 2017 10:40 AM  

I should also point out that with North Carolina, North Carolina State, Duke, and Wake Forest all members of good standing in the ACC; North Carolina has a lot of power in the ACC; which has a lot of influence in the NCAA. This doesn't have to be a one way battle. The NCAA needs it's member conferences a lot more than they need it. If North Carolina decided to pull their schools out of the NCAA, the ACC would probably follow.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr March 30, 2017 10:42 AM  

One wonders if a RICO case could be made against both the NCAA and the NFL. This isn't the first time either group has played this sort of game, demanding legislation to suit them with threats.

Certainly an anti-trust case could be made, also. Pull the NFL's anti-trust protections and they are dead meat.

Anonymous instasetting March 30, 2017 10:45 AM  

I'm a bit confused.

On the one hand, I go with the Left is fragile, and some moderately, serious proactive punishment will cause them to flake. They will back down.

On the other hand, in 4th gen, which I'm skeptical of, the moral is the most important level of war. This seems to be fighting at a lower level than the top level.

As to Trannies, this was a step too far on the part of the Left. Maybe if they had waited a few years between Gay Marriage and Trannies in the Bathroom, but they went pretty quickly from one to the next. I think the nakedness of 'we're for perversion' was too obvious for them to pull their games.

Anonymous basementhomebrewer March 30, 2017 10:47 AM  

The fool who keeps claiming it would be unconstitutional to tax the NCAA, NFL, NBA etc clearly isn't familiar with the "jock tax" or with taxes/ tax incentives in various states related to the entertainment/ movie making industry.

Please, keep telling us about how very knowledgeable you are and how are plans will never work. I always take advice from enemies.

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 30, 2017 10:48 AM  

Hell, the state of North Carolina could form its own college basketball association with enough competitive schools to form a post-season tourney of 32.

They wouldn't even need the ACC to come along. Of course, the ACC would.

NC could have solved the disaster that is the NCAA in one stroke. Whiff. Oh well.

Blogger Old Ez March 30, 2017 10:49 AM  

This is also why the Mike "Electrocute the Gay Away" Pence meme is nothing more than a meme that has no basis in reality. The factual record shows that Pence was a total 100% cuck because after the people of his state passed RFRA to protect the integrity of marriage, all it took was a wee bit of pressure from CEOs and Pence completely cucked and signed a bill that gutted RFRA and made it a dead letter. It is not the people of these states that make policy anymore, it is the coalition of politicians, CEOs, foreign lobbyists, think-tanks and non-profits.

Blogger Student in Blue March 30, 2017 10:53 AM  

This is also why the Mike "Electrocute the Gay Away" Pence meme is nothing more than a meme that has no basis in reality.

Regardless... it's still hilarious.

Blogger Chris Mallory March 30, 2017 10:53 AM  

William Barton wrote:I have lived in rural NC for 30 years after moving from rural northern New England and still don't quite grasp my neighbors

Greyhound is ready when you are. We don't care how you did it up North.

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 30, 2017 10:56 AM  

Yes, instasetting. You are misunderstanding the "moral" level of war.

It doesn't have anything to do with the moral purity of either side.

In other words ISIS wins the moral level of a conflict when it baits a big bad army into bombing a base that has a bunch of kids in it for human shields.

It isn't about moral high ground (righteousness) but "optical" high ground that demoralizes the other side and energizes yours.

Think "demoralize" and "morale boosting". Whoever does both better simultaneously in 4GW has a better chance of winning.

Blogger frigger611 March 30, 2017 10:56 AM  

I really wish James Traficant were around for this. Then we might get to hear a public official with an honest opinion on this insanity.

Blogger Old Ez March 30, 2017 11:05 AM  

@86 and Michael Collins Piper!

Blogger Billy Ray March 30, 2017 11:07 AM  

President Trump on Thursday launched an attack against the conservative House Freedom Caucus,

IOW TRUMP IS A CUCK

Anonymous Dan March 30, 2017 11:19 AM  

Politics is downstream of culture. The way to fight this, first of all, is for more famous non-cowards to remind people with great confidence that no human being in the whole history has ever changed genders.

If I was a billionaire, here's how I'd wreak the left.

(1) Convert all my assets to cash and cash equivalents, or index funds, so as to be impervious to SJW boycotts and SJW attacks on my business interests.

(2) Buy public service announcements consisting of the most brutal /pol/ memes out there in any media that will take my money. This should have the benefit of supporting non-converged media since SJW converged media would rather go bankrupt than support truth.

Some themes:
(a) Nobody in history has ever changed genders and people who say otherwise deny biology and genetics.
(b) The left is anti-science because it rejects biology, genetics, and any uncomfortable result.
(c) Equality doesn't exist. Different people have different abilities. Men tend to be better at math and science on average than women. Whites tend to have a higher IQ on average than blacks.
(d) Demographic shifts threaten us all with civilizational collapse.
(e) White South Africans face genocide and that could be the future of civilization.

(3) Create a fund for people whose financial air supply is cut off by leftists for going against the official lies.

Trump is a hero, but he is not an intellectual. How great would it be to a billionaire willing to use his position blow holes in the intellectual foundations of the Cathedral?

Will any such person emerge?


Blogger praetorian March 30, 2017 11:19 AM  

And you anti-sportsballers you gents are for the most part the MGTOWs of sports.

Both anti-sportsballers and MGTOWs are reasonably correct in their analysis of the current situations. During normal times these are the positions of cranks or, worse, low-value males, and so they generate an aesthetic disgust in most T-normal males. But it is quite clear that sports are being used to advance cultural marxism, especially since post-(((takeover))) Disney acquired so much power in this arena.

I'll grant you, with a tip of my fedora, that better rhetoric is needed.

Blogger JaimeInTexas March 30, 2017 11:23 AM  

Cut down all trees ... giving the Devil his due:
A Man Fr All Seasons
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDBiLT3LASk&ytbChannel=dniete97

Anonymous Avalanche March 30, 2017 11:27 AM  

@52 Today's troll: "And now there are no more southern segregationists."

So, you've never even BEEN to the South then, eh? Never met a Southerner?

There are many many many segregationists down/over here. Just because they (WE!) would never even give you the time of day if you asked does not mean we aren't warning each other to avoid the poop! (Go away, you stink!)

Why do you think the South has MORE ARMS than most of the other states?! It's because we know and we're prepared / preparing!

(As Nate would write: "Roll Tide!")

Anonymous FP March 30, 2017 11:31 AM  

@52 "Whether or not it's "dead" doesn't impact the fact that the kind of Bill VD contemplates would never pass muster with a federal court in 1800 or 2017."

And yet the Wickard v Fillburn decision still stands 80 years later. How about 1934's NFA? How about the more recent Obamacare decisions both of which contradict each other and rulings like Roe v Wade.

Anonymous Will March 30, 2017 11:35 AM  

Somewhat OT, but glancing at ESPN just now the bar on the left hand side of the tv where it shows "what's coming up" has these two items next up:

- Arkansas gun law
- North Carolina bathroom law

These geniuses still don't understand why their subscriber base is leaving and their ratings are dropping steadily. We don't want to hear about your left-leaning views on Sportscenter, ESPN! I'm so sick of their politics infecting their "coverage" of sports. ESPN has become unwatchable.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd March 30, 2017 11:51 AM  

Oh ok. Didn't know that. Being from Alabama, I forget sometimes about basketball.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd March 30, 2017 11:53 AM  

Snap!

Anonymous Gen. Kong March 30, 2017 11:58 AM  

As many have noted before, these "conservatives" can't even conserve a women's bathroom. The NCAA is also an example of what Paul Kersey of SBPDL refers to as the Opiate of Amurika. Why would any sane YT even want to watch endless games of niggaball performed by dindu felons who have no business even being in a university on the jujubox? Those who do are merely enriching the (((network owners))) who are hell-bent on YT's extermination. Throw away your TV. Part of waging war against an enemy who has explicitly stated on numerous occasions that they desire your extermination is to not fund them voluntarily. Go to the local gym and join a team if you really enjoy a game. Playing is much better than watching enemy-controlled propaganda networks.

The Constitution of the United States, Article I, Section 9, paragraph 3 provides that: "No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law will be passed."

More ghost-dancing. Ex-post-facto laws exist in great number already. The GATT-TRIPs amendments to the copyright laws alone placed many thousands of foreign works previously in the public domain under copyright protection in the USA. Apparently there was a 1798 Supreme Court decision which decided that "ex-post-facto" does not apply to certain types of laws.

Anonymous Avalanche March 30, 2017 12:01 PM  

@85 "Think "demoralize" and "morale boosting". Whoever does both better simultaneously in 4GW has a better chance of winning."

Thank you #6306! This is really helpful. I struggle a LOT with some of the concepts in 4GW. I've read the book twice so far; been listening to interviews with Wm Lind; even had lunch with a retired General-friend to discuss 4GW; but he was little-to-no help. (I was hoping for more than 2GW and 3GW; alas, he didn't have it.)

I'm still not sure there isn't a huge strain of: to beat vicious animals who burn pilots alive, we have to BECOME vicious animals who just might burn pilots alive... I'm still working on the 'big Army' being constrained as against the 'small-band' of revolutionaries/terrorists and them having a wider field for "allowable atrocity." (Ow, just typing that makes me wince.)

On the other hand, just writing that makes me think of a(nother) website I read a lot: www.psandman.com. Peter Sandman's commercial 'thing' is "risk = hazard + outrage" -- and that might be rewritten for 4GW as:
victory = better arms/force + NOT arousing outrage (on either side). (Both sides of Sandman's equation are vital.)

One of his principles is that activists are 'allowed' (by stakeholders and the public) to exaggerate their side of a conflict ("the chemical / plant / decision is more dangerous than the maker / owner / decider is saying. They lie, they're evil, vote against them!") The other side, the side being 'fought against,' must not merely hold strictly to the truth and reality, but must even address in public when the point(s) the activists bring up is partly or wholly correct (i.e., support their opponents to whatever tiny degree they can); and only THEN discuss why a decision should not be based on that/whatever).

Couple of examples:
http://www.psandman.com/gst2010.htm#innumeracy

and (from here: http://www.psandman.com/articles/kendall2.htm )
"Sandman: I would not work for the tobacco industry in a way that would increase sales. I would – I am not going to affirm or deny that I’ve been asked (laughs). Tobacco is interesting. I did some work for the anti-tobacco people, and I quit them, because they were asking me to do things I felt weren’t honest, in ways that the tobacco industry would never dare ask.

It’s sort of like smoke alarms…we calibrate smoke alarms to give us false positives, not false negatives. We calibrate our environmental groups to give us false positives, not false negatives. So we don’t worry a lot if Greenpeace gives us an exaggerated warning. We’re much more unhappy if Dow gives us an exaggerated reassurance. You add to that that Dow knows they’re in it for the money, and Greenpeace knows they’re in it for reasons of ideology. When you lie based on ideology, you feel like you’re not really lying. When you lie based on money, you know you’re lying.

I’m not picking on Greenpeace, nor on Dow for that matter, I’m just using them as symbols. In a variety of ways, the good guys will cut corners that the bad guys simply won’t cut, because the bad guys know they’ll get creamed if they do that. A good example is playing fast and loose with data – I’ve encountered activists fudging data much more frequently than companies [fudging data]. Activists fudge data very routinely. Companies fudge data, you know, sometimes. Activists think it’s awful when companies fudge the data, but they don’t think it’s awful when they do, because the data should have shown that the problem is serious, and the data didn’t, so we fudged the data because we know the problem is serious."

(And how he got where he got -- with good examples on both corporate/govt side and activist/protester side:
http://www.psandman.com/articles/berreth.htm )

Anonymous BBGKB March 30, 2017 12:04 PM  

This is also why the Mike "Electrocute the Gay Away" Pence meme is nothing more than a meme that has no basis in reality

In his free time he leads groups to do electroshock therapy in the streets.

Anonymous NCMike March 30, 2017 12:09 PM  

This bill just passed the NC state senate.

Anonymous BBGKB March 30, 2017 12:11 PM  

OT: Tell all the jews that wont make Aliyah about China's gold
http://www.trunews.com/article/largest-gold-deposit-in-history-discovered-in-china

Blogger William Hudson March 30, 2017 12:11 PM  

Sorry, Vox, VFM & Dread Ilk, but I must reiterate. It's only negro ball, so why should any of us care?

Blogger Wynn Lloyd March 30, 2017 12:12 PM  

The trolls never seem to get the whole "you guys are a fringe minority" shaming language doesn't work here.
I wonder if the loyalists said such to the original alt-right (the Founding Fathers) in 1775?

Blogger dc.sunsets March 30, 2017 12:21 PM  

The war hasn't even begun.

En how. Those who see our current antebellum times as "post war" exhibit a special level of blindness.

The vortex ahead has only begun to pull yet the efforts to deny its tug are deafening.

Blogger Old Ez March 30, 2017 12:25 PM  

@101 its not about the sport at all, no more than the thwarting of RFRA in Indiana was about marriage. Its about who controls policy in these states. And these events show that it is not the people who live there, vote and pay taxes. It is the globohomo cabal of politicians, CEOs, foreign lobbyists, think-tanks and non-profits who rule through soft-terror tactics.

Blogger dc.sunsets March 30, 2017 12:27 PM  

The politicians want to cuck and cave in; they just need some cover so their constituents won't string them up.
Politicians are the most lagging of indicators, immersed in a narrative eroding like an earthen dam after a breach.

The trannie sacrament is the Left's Waterloo. They demanded too much cogdis and in result simply greased the trend reversal.

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 30, 2017 12:35 PM  

Avalanche, it isn't about being more atrocious. It is about decentralizing and making sure your side feels good about winning.

So, when ISIS puts human shields in its base and calls it a hospital, your side says "fine" and deescalates it so that it becomes a base that is stuck feeding its shields and being very "campy" while also cutting off some of its military objectives.

So, your sides morale goes up because you've let ISIS turn its base into a babysitting parlor and made the fighters there less effective and less masculine, and de-escalated.

Yes, other times it means sending them their dead wrapped in hogskin bodybags, but only when your guys also get a kick out of it and their side is more scared than angry about it.

The moral level of war in some ways is akin to the rhetorical level of war. It can include media PR.

Anonymous Looking Glass March 30, 2017 12:38 PM  

@102 Wynn Lloyd

Since they're cucks, what they're really asking for is that we teabag them gently. We're sorry, but BBGKB isn't that gentle. But they can ask all they want. The helicopter rides don't come with seat belts.

@105 dc.sunsets

The wrinkle with tranny bathrooms is that it actually puts the pain into local Women. Women are all for the Feelz until they're suddenly sharing a bathroom with a tranny. There's a reason the cucking actually peaked on the issue a while ago. Things that make Women actually feel bad tend to spread like wildfire on social media.

But, yeah, politicians are always trailing indicators.

Blogger S. Misanthrope March 30, 2017 12:42 PM  

It's astonishing how little tolerance there is for diversity, by which I mean the diversity of the states. States are supposed to have different laws reflecting different cultures and values, but at this point that's been utterly destroyed. Only completely trivial differences like how wide the bike lane has to be are allowed. Oh hell, probably even that is ultimately controlled by the Feds at this point. USA = dead

Blogger Happy LP9 March 30, 2017 1:01 PM  

99 Bro, your comments are so great, love them! Right on.

This bathroom matter was predicted by Bill James of Charlotte NC to even Warren Cooksey or even our YR group (both fantastic leaders that sought to improve Meck county) approx 2003 or 2004 when Pat McCory was mayor at that time.

Bill was doing everything he could to block this lunacy, how did it start?

(Also around 2003 into 2005, Jenny Jennifer Roberts began this ball rolling to some degree, she isn't a bad person just ineffectual and cost CHLT alot of money. Also CHLT rioted under her leadership as mayor with little call to CALM.)

With same sex couples to LGBT or mostly Trans acting straight for HR then entering local gov't/city work and instead of being reasonable they turned around and said, "oh we are gay, cover us on your dime for healthcare and gimmes or freebies or we sue."

Disgusting.

Cooper and Berger did nothing for NC, I'm familiar with them both they were seething around Charlotte and Union County for exposure. But mostly to beg us for money to build these gawdy sports stadiums to rails to more nonsense meanwhile the Charlotte Hornets as a franchise has problems stemming back a decade.

I guarantee Fern Shubert is actively anti cucking and livid, no one wants to share a bathroom with a man, its dangerous.

OT: Pray for me 3/31 is the final day of 2 court cases.

Blogger dienw March 30, 2017 1:01 PM  

Nilotic
New word!

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 30, 2017 1:20 PM  

@magisew

Because "It's THE CURRENT YEAR!"
Kek

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 30, 2017 1:31 PM  

@18
Yeah! Counterattacking = NOT FAIR
We simply MUST stick to passive defense, and continually ceding ground. Because muh PROGRESS!
Why can't people just understand that? Wow, just wow. I can't even.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 30, 2017 2:01 PM  

For all the propaganda I still do not want to be a transexual or to spend my time worrying about pronouns, the lgbtq or whatever silliness it is now needs to really double down.

Blogger James Dixon March 30, 2017 2:09 PM  

> Being from Alabama, I forget sometimes about basketball.

It's understandable. We'll forgive you. Now, the folks from Kentucky, they might not be as understanding. :)

Blogger Dire Badger March 30, 2017 2:13 PM  

My team of hypercephalic negro gladiators is better at handling balls than your team of hypercaphalic negro gladiators.

Go Grizzlies!

OpenID aew51183 March 30, 2017 2:24 PM  

@19 and the civil rights act's "protected classes" are open violations of the 14th amendment equal protection clause, as are any statutes granting special recognition and privileges to the mental disorder known as "gender dysphoria".

Anyone pulling the "muh constitution" card had better study their house for glass before throwing stones.

The constitution was a dead letter when the courts upheld these bills, it's even more of a dead letter with Obama's judges openly usurping executive power over our borders.

Republican legislatures and judges should act accordingly.

Anonymous Nc mtn man March 30, 2017 2:28 PM  

@84

No shit!

If the war breaks out it be helicopter rides instead of greyhounds

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd March 30, 2017 2:48 PM  

Nc mtn man wrote:If the war breaks out it be helicopter rides instead of greyhounds

Helicopters are expensive. Why don't we build some big catapults instead? We could have contests to see whose catapult could send a liberal highest, and farthest. We can build catapults that toss cars, so even the largest of landwhales should be launchable.

This has the further advantage that spent catapult ammunition is compostable, rather than shark food.

Blogger Thucydides March 30, 2017 2:49 PM  

These entities seem to believe that politics and elections only take place at set times and places. The reality is people vote every day with their wallets, and the NCAA will soon learn (much like the NFL already is) that they will loose that "election".

Anonymous RabidRatel March 30, 2017 3:33 PM  

Ominous Cowherd wrote:Why don't we build some big catapults instead?

I see what you are doing here. Execution methods are multiplying here like ticks in an antifa neckbeard. But I like the composting. David the Good will be proud of you.

Blogger susurrus March 30, 2017 3:44 PM  

Dan,

What a pipe dream!

But for the sake of discussion...

I think the one problem with your plan is that it essentially attempts to slap people in the face with the the opposite arguments, and win them over purely by repetition and brute force. The credo of this tactic: "Throw enough shit at the wall and some has to stick." Though money helps, you can't just throw money at a problem and hope it resolves anything.

Dan wrote:The way to fight this, first of all, is for more famous non-cowards to remind people with great confidence that no human being in the whole history has ever changed genders.

You are correct here. If politics is downstream of culture, you have to first make the core of conservative values "cool" before you can slap the "conservative" label or logo onto those things. This would have to be done so that people don't KNOW overtly that these new "cool" "trendy" ideas and behaviors would be more conservative. Though I think you're onto this, you overestimate how severely mired in Leftist shit we are. If these people even sniff the potential for a conservative logo, they run out of the room or deliver their best faux rage trantrum... and then run out of the room.

We'd have to start more subtle, more simply, with the very core of an idea so primitive that once the actual conservative argument arises in the mainstream culture, they'll think they reached that idea by themselves. Think of inception. These liberals are very attached to that label. They can never be wrong. So we can't simply "prove them wrong." They are too invested in their brand loyalty to look at logic and face reality at this point. We need to make them change their minds "all by themselves" so that they "become right" all of their own accord.

I honestly don't think this would be that hard. Most of these liberal morons I know ACTUALLY have more traditional values which contradict the ACTUAL liberal/leftist ideals they claim to espouse. So their logic and intuition is already pretty much Right, only their allegiance is Left. They proudly brandish the label or logo of Liberalism simply because its "cool" i.e. virtue signaling.

In time any fucker will jump ship and rationalize after the fact, whether or not they admit they were ever wrong or not. But before we get there, we need build a ship for them to jump into at all.

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 4:34 PM  

"Why do you think the South has MORE ARMS than most of the other states?! It's because we know and we're prepared / preparing!"

Go play with your gun. We'll take it when we need to...Yours and the other five guys hiding in their mom's basement.


"So please, keep it up. Don't stop talking. Prove who and what you are all day long every day. The bad men will appreciate it."

Are the other bad men with you in your mom's basement formed into a circle?

Anonymous Coal Fired March 30, 2017 4:56 PM  

Magisew, I want an apology for you calling me an idiot. I was not speaking about Texas, which you should have guessed from "legislatures".

Also, unless you have spent some time in state politics you have no idea what would and what would not be filed by a state rep.

Blogger Salt March 30, 2017 5:13 PM  

Ominous Cowherd wrote:We can build catapults that toss cars, so even the largest of landwhales should be launchable.

enjoy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ad3jwgKngM

Blogger SirHamster March 30, 2017 5:59 PM  

William Hudson wrote:Sorry, Vox, VFM & Dread Ilk, but I must reiterate. It's only negro ball, so why should any of us care?

If football didn't matter, you wouldn't even be asking the question, let alone playing word substitution to denigrate it.

Football matters because culture matters, and American culture cares about that particular team sport.

Blogger James Dixon March 30, 2017 7:10 PM  

> Go play with your gun. We'll take it when we need to...Yours and the other five guys hiding in their mom's basement.

You wish: "The long-running General Social Survey, maintained at the University of Chicago, has been asking about gun ownership since its inception in the 1970s. It has found that the number of people who say they have a gun in their home is at an all time low – hovering around 30 percent, from a high of 50 percent in the 1970s."

30% of 300 million is 90 million. Molon labe.

And I see your proof of your earlier comments concerning the law is still missing. Why am I not surprised?

> Football matters because culture matters...

On an overall basis, basketball actually matters to the NCAA more than football. Football matters more to the big conferences, but basketball is where the NCAA itself makes money. That may change with the football playoff once it expands. We'll see.

Blogger SirHamster March 30, 2017 7:15 PM  

>On an overall basis, basketball actually matters to the NCAA more than football. Football matters more to the big conferences, but basketball is where the NCAA itself makes money. That may change with the football playoff once it expands. We'll see.

Oops, maybe he meant basketball.

Point stays the same though - it matters because people care, and calling it negro ball doesn't make them stop caring, it makes them think that person is a nut.

Anonymous BBGKB March 30, 2017 7:54 PM  

Seriously people helicopters and catapults? Did we forget about the live game show "Don't Garrote Fewer Felons Than A Faggot" with your host luchador mask wearing El Guapo who uses a rainbow feather boa that has paracord strands treaded into the core?

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd March 30, 2017 8:09 PM  

BBGKB wrote:Seriously people helicopters and catapults? Did we forget about the live game show "Don't Garrote Fewer Felons Than A Faggot" ...

You have that one sewed up, and there will only be so many you can process, even with copy-cat shows and multiple guest stars per episode.

Blogger DonReynolds March 30, 2017 8:33 PM  

I realize that neither political party is purely ideological. Both parties have a Left and Right wing, which is not to say that both wings are the same size. Mostly, they seem more like Fiddler Crabs .
That said, I must admit that I despise and loathe the RINO Rockefeller, Bush, Liberal Ripon Society, Chamber of Commerce Republicans with a passion.
This is just another example of what they do. Limp, feeble, flacid, impotent leaders are not what this country ever needs, but the Republican party offers in overflowing abundance.
They disgust me.
NO STATE should ever cave to the demands of ANY out-of-state entity other than the Federal government and even in the case of the Feds, the states should be willing to contest demands that contradict their own understanding of the proper role of the Federal government.

Anonymous Godfrey March 30, 2017 8:38 PM  

This is all about screwing up the minds of the plebs. The crony wealth billionaires don't want the plebs to reproduce (see "Jaffe Memo"). They want a lot less of us on "their" planet.

And we should want a lot less of them. When the wars start don't waste time with the mindless zombies in the street. Instead, focus on the top of the pyramid.

Blogger Junius Stone March 30, 2017 8:51 PM  

"Go play with your gun, we'll take it when we need to..."

1. Who is "we"?

2. After all these protestations, calling 2nd Amendment supporters crazy, "No one wants to take your guns."

3. If you truly think it is just five dudes playing with their guns in a basement, you are in for a shock.

By you, I don't mean you personally, as you no doubt won't be anywhere near when the jackboots begin what they will.

But you will be pissing in your man-panties when the problem reveals itself as not as tractable as you deluded yourself into believing.

Anonymous Marvin Boggs March 30, 2017 9:56 PM  

@126: I wonder if they actually believe people answer honestly. When I deign to waste my time answering surveys and the like, I generally lie, my hope being that enough people will do likewise and make surveys useless, at which point the surveys would end. I hope.

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky March 30, 2017 11:06 PM  

BBGKB wrote:Seriously people helicopters and catapults? Did we forget about the live game show "Don't Garrote Fewer Felons Than A Faggot" with your host luchador mask wearing El Guapo who uses a rainbow feather boa that has paracord strands treaded into the core?

Nope. We are eagerly awaiting the first installment. To my surprise and regret, Barnes & Noble did not put out a "Who Can Garrote Fewer Felons Than A Faggot?" calenders this year. By next year the craze should be peaking. That is what I hope!

Anonymous Magisew March 30, 2017 11:17 PM  

@132

If there was any inclination to bring down the jackboots, as you say, it would have happened a long time ago when your time threatened that before....With Cllnton and with Obama....But low and behold....no Jackboots.

You know why? Because you're crazy and deluded. As far as I can tell the only guy who has even made an effort is that crazy twit who shot up a church group of black folk because..."Black folks!!". No one rose up to help him. No compatriots. You know why? Because there aren't enough crazy folk and because the people like you who say there are lots of crazy folks are cowards. Crazy Cowards stay in their mom's basement.

You're killing me. You're being played by Vox Day, who I'll give credit to. At least he had the conviction of his cowardliness and ran away to another country. Now he shouts from the top of his lungs from Mount Vesuvius safe from having to do so from the country of his birth. Safe from having to look the people in the eye who he libels. You should join him.

Blogger Junius Stone March 31, 2017 12:25 AM  

Nope, staying right here, Mag. One hand filled with the firearm of my choice. The other waving a middle finger in your direction.

Get stuffed, you fop.

Blogger Jaycephus March 31, 2017 1:55 AM  

I thought North Carolinians had more testicular fortitude than this.

Anonymous map March 31, 2017 5:00 AM  

Magisew argues like a woman.

If you really want to know how things turn out, then look carefully at the Spanish Civil War.

Oh, the Commies were riding high and mighty. They even murdered a popular Conservative politician.

Then Francisco Franco came to power. 400,000 commies were eliminated and hundreds of thousands more were exiled. They are still digging up mass graves in Spain.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francoist_Repression

Remember, this is the war you people started.

From the article. It's like Game of Thrones level reprisals:

"Republican women were also victims of the repression in post-war Spain. Thousands of women suffered public humiliation (being paraded naked through the streets, being shaved and forced to ingest castor oil so they would soil themselves in public),[219] sexual harassment and rape.[220] In many cases the houses and goods of the widows of Republicans were confiscated by the government.[41] Because of this, many Republican women, living in total poverty, were forced into prostitution.[221] According to Paul Preston: "The increase in prostitution both benefited Francoist men who thereby slaked their lust and also reassured them that 'red' women were a fount of dirt and corruption".[222] Furthermore, thousands of women were executed (for example the 13 roses), among them pregnant women. One judge said: "We cannot wait seven months to execute a woman".[199]"


Blogger James Dixon March 31, 2017 11:51 AM  

> Magisew argues like a woman.

Magisew doesn't argue. He just makes proclamations. None of which he can back up, of course.

Blogger James Dixon March 31, 2017 11:52 AM  

> I thought North Carolinians had more testicular fortitude than this.

I can only assume you must have them conflated with South Carolina.

Blogger Chris White April 07, 2017 5:15 PM  

This is so sad. The black guys tossing a ball through a ring are more important than our wives and daughter's safety and well-being. How have we fallen so far so fast, and what is coming next?

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