Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Mark That One As A Win

Ted Cruz, the underdog, Tea Party candidate just won Texas' senate seat that Kay Bailey Lie-chison evacuated. He beat out David Douchehurst, the RNC darling that Dick Perry endorsed as the best conservative choice.

This calls for the downing of a beer!

Friday, July 27, 2012

Friday Funnies


Thursday, July 26, 2012

Stop The Violence!!!


Liberal Logic: Hypocrisy

I got to thinking about the picture I posted yesterday. I needed to correct it.


Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Someone Check The Temperature In Hell...

...Or give ol' Lucifer a call and see what the weather is like down there right now.  I'm guessing it's probably like a winter storm in Alaska because I never thought I would say this, but....I'm really starting to like the gangster rapper known as Ice-T.  The more I learn about the guy the more I like him. He seems to know a lot more about the Constitution than CoonCracker does that's for sure.

Thanks to ArcLight for sending me this one.

Gun Free Zones: More Liberal Logic

Gun Free Zones; the mind-numbingly stupid idea of thinking that a person who is already planning on killing as many people as they can is going to care about breaking a law telling them that guns are not allowed in that particular "zone."
Fucking idiots!

Liberal Logic


Monday, July 23, 2012

It's That Simple...

I haven't really felt the need to write anything about the shooting in that Colorado theater last week.  It's all over the news, everywhere you go people are talking about this and that, and frankly I'm fucking tired of hearing about it.  However, I do like James Tarr's take on it. You really can't argue with one thing he says.  He is spot on.  It really is that simple.

So is this:


































FOD: Cooncracker's New Shirt


Thursday, July 19, 2012

Not In The United States...

"The government will never just kick down doors, confiscate weapons and kill Americans.  Maybe in other countries but not here.  That could never happen here. We have the Bill of Rights and the Constitution to protect us from firearm confiscation and outright tyranny. Right?  I mean, that's just something out of Hollyweird. To say it's going to happen right here in the United States of America is just some right wing conspiracy theory and paranoia gone wild." - Joe Sheeple, Anytown, USA.

Bullshit!

Everyone saw what happened with Constitutional "rights" during Katrina. What in the hell makes you think they won't do this on a bigger scale? The biggest scale? If you think this is just some right-wing paranoia then you are living in a world of make believe. Remember just a few months ago when ATK was awarded a contract with DHS to supply them 450 million rounds of .40 cal? What in the FUCK does DHS need with 450 million rounds of anything? They certainly don't need it for border protection. Wetbacks from all over the world slip right through our borders every day in this country and DHS does jack shit to stop it, so why the fuck are they stockpiling ammo?

The so-called UN Arms Treaty ring any bells with anyone? Haven't heard anything about it on your local or world news channel? Well that's peculiar; I mean, you would expect something as big and un-American as this to be on every talk radio show program and news outlet out there wouldn't you? The reality of it is becoming more and more clear as every minute passes, but it seems like everyone I talk to either doesn't know about it, or doesn't think it's possible.....or doesn't care. They just keep living their lives in a little bubble with rainbows, unicorns and Dancing With The 'Tards because they don't have the time to get informed with anything other than what trouble the latest Hollyweird attention whore is getting into.

If you can spare 21 minutes of your precious time away from the blathering idiots on the boob tube, check out this Youtube clip I snaked from The Patriot Update and tell me this isn't possible in the United States.



I only hope and pray that those that would be ordered to confiscate and/or kill Americans in a situation like this have the sound mind and heart to do what's morally right and that the Oath Keepers are growing in numbers faster than furious. Pardon the expression.

God help us!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Kiss Cam

Apparently he can't stand the look of her either. That or she's just not into him anymore.

I hear if you want to attract one as a mate, this helps.


Another Feel Good Story


He had them shuckin' and jivin' didn't he?

From The Blaze

Monday, July 16, 2012

Now For Some Monday Feel Good...

It's been a while since I posted one of these "feel good" clips and since Mondays suck ass, it's time for something positive.


I just love happy endings...

We Used To Be...

This is a clip from HBO's The Newsroom.  Yeah I know HBO is owned by a socialist libturd and run by a bunch of flaming left wing pussies, but the person who wrote Jeff Daniels' line in this three and a half minutes pretty much nails it.

FOD 2: The Buck Stops Where?

Well, here’s what I know, we were just talking about responsibility and as president of the United States, it’s pretty clear to me that I’m responsible for folks who are working in the federal government and you know, Harry Truman said "the buck stops with you". - Barack Obama



Another moment in history brought to you from the mind of Barack Obama. The smartest man communist in the world.


Plus a video of Pat losing it over the sheer hypocrisy.


FOD: Out Of Touch

So this last Friday the cooncracker gave a speech in which he said "If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help.  There was a great teacher somewhere in your life.
My third grade teacher Mr. Jeske is responsible for me being a graphic designer?


Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive, That would be our founding fathers. Would that be the same American system you despise and want to fundamentally change?
Somebody invested in roads and bridges. Yup, and even the welfare recipients use them.


If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that.  Somebody else made that happen. " 
Guess what jackass. No one helped me, besides my dad, and no one helped him! Especially the fucking government. As a matter of fact, I do not want any government help, I want government to stay the fuck away from me.


And I want you to fuck off you commie jackass!

Saturday, July 14, 2012

I Wanna Play!



Friday, July 13, 2012

Killers

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is appealing a federal judge’s ruling that its animal trainers be forbidden from having unprotected contact with killer whales during public performances.


So, since a trainer was killed, the feds say Sea World employees are no longer allowed to come in contact with the Killer Whales. Using that logic I have compiled a list of things that should not come in contact with other things without a safety barrier.



  • American soldiers and Army psychiatrists
  • Students and gun free zones
  • American citizens and CIA drones
  • Barack Obama and the United States Constitution
  • Women and peaceful muslim freedom movements
If you can think of more than I could put them in the comments.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

SInce I Am Off Tomorrow…

…Friday Night Anarchy on a Thursday.
 

Who's Ready For A Beer?

First round is on me...
























Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Should've Hit Him In The Head...

Just for the fact that he was Facebooking from his phone I would've liked to see the ball nail this douchebag in the head. That would've been funny shit.  Although, I guess being a male in his 40's and admitting on national television that he was Facebooking at the game is humiliation enough. I don't Facebook from my phone, but if that was me I would've at least said I was texting my boss, or my wife, or my mistress or something cool like that. Anything but Facebooking! What a douche! A head shot would've just been deluxe payment for such extreme douchebaggery. Maybe next time...



New Commiefornia State Flag

I've always wondered why that stupid fucking bear was on our state flag.  I mean, I've never seen a bear at the beach, or in the desert, or downtown San Diego.  We need a flag that will honestly represent the entire state of Commiefornia, not just certain parts, so I'm sending this to Governor Brown-eye tomorrow and suggesting that this state finally update its fucking flag to represent all Commiefornians from the Mexico border to the border with Oregon and everywhere in between.





















What do you think?  At least it's honest...

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

I Thought I Smelled Bullshit

Excerpted from TOWN HALL: earlier today, Attorney General Eric Holder addressed the NAACP Nation Convention at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. What did media need in order to attend? That’s right, government issued photo identification (and a second form of identification too!), something both Holder and the NAACP stand firmly against when it comes to voting. I could smell it all the way from Houston!!

Police Brutality - Coming To A Town Near You...

Why I haven't seen this all over the news?  Is it because Robert Leone is white?  Is that really why I haven't seen this story about the out of control criminal Pennsylvania State Storm Troopers that have violated just about every right Robert Leone thought that he had one night when he was driving through a state with the motto, "Virtue Liberty and Independence?"

Does this look like virtue and liberty to you? 

  















Yeah, I know there are two sides to every story, but watch the YouTube video and read the articles about it and judge for yourself. The fact that the officers involved are still out there right now with their badges, guns, and 'authority' over us is what I think bothers me the most. No time off pending an investigation? Are these motherfuckers above the law? That's just fucking wrong in itself. Why are they still in a position of authority??

Why Robert Leone didn't pull over is anyone's guess. I don't buy into the whole bi-polar excuse, but whatever; why he didn't pull over is irrelevant to me. What is relevant is the extent of the State Storm Troopers' brutality and complete disregard for this man's Constitutional, civil, and human rights as an American. This is disgusting beyond any police brutality case I have ever read about or seen, and if it doesn't piss you off then something is seriously wrong with you. This is fucked up and heads need to roll. Lot's of them!


The video is long; 37 minutes long. It has a lot of opinion by the narrator, but most of this shit you can see on video and read from the signed statements made by the S.S. themselves. There are enough facts here that should require a full and complete investigation that starts at the fuckin' top.



I don't really like the YouTube video title, "Police Brutality Worse than Rodney King" because that distracts from what this is really all about, and race has nothing to do with it. Not one thing. What has everything to do with this is the growing number of out of control police departments with prick cop officers that don't look at us as human beings, but as a means for a paycheck and maybe even a way to get back at their wives for cheating on them with real men. This is what is happening more and more in every little city, every fucking day across this entire country and this shit has got to stop. WE THE PEOPLE need to let them know that we are fucking tired of this shit!

A nightmare like this is something I would expect to hear from someone coming back from a vacation in Mexico or Colombia or fuckin TimBukTu, but not the United States of America. What. The. Fuck?! If these motherfuckers are found guilty, I want to see them nailed to the cross. I don't mean fired. I mean sentenced to hard time in prison. General pop would be justice, but 30 years in the state pen would be a good start. Knowing how shit like this usually turns out, they'll just get transferred to another department, given a raise and they'll never lose a dime of their pensions. I'm so fucking pissed off right now,  I may need to go to the range today.

Fuck this shit! I'm outta here.

If you want to help this poor guy out, you can donate here. I'm gonna send $50 today.

For CD

You know I HAVE to rub this in! '

Monday, July 9, 2012

FOD: Fuckin' Pussy

I know this picture has been floating around Al Gore's Internet for several years but worth posting again as a reminder to all of us that we have a total fuckin' pussy occupying the White House. He squats when he pees I promise. Remember this picture when you vote in November. Anyone but Cooncracker. GTFO 2012!

FOD - Truth

My brother sent this to me after he saw it here.  I think it speaks for itself...


























The unadulterated truth can be powerful can't it?

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Photo Of The Year

I wonder if this guy knows exactly how many people he's "speaking for" in this picture?  I sure as hell would buy him a beer!





















I swiped the picture from here.

Obama And You? Not Me...

This could be lots of fun if put into the hands of some creative folks with Cooncracker-hatin' skills.  I have all kinds of ideas, but the only thing I do with my phone is make phone calls. Go figure...

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Friday Night Anarchy!!

This one's for my brothers CharlieDelta and kerrcarto!!

Friday, July 6, 2012

Alive? 4 day hangover? You betcha!

I didn't feel anything resembling human until about Thursday afternoon. Holy shit!! I'm thinking this was probably my last Blownstar because I get entirely way too fucked up at this party. Hell, Monday morning rolled around; I was up at 6 and out the door 45 minutes later and damn near crawled into work at about 7:45. My commute would be quicker but about 15 minutes of that is just getting through security. I'm surprised they didn't smell Blownstar oozing out my pours and kick my ass out. Must have chewed like two packs of gum that day. Around 2:00 o'clock we had a staff meeting. Simple shit except several people had to keep asking questions while I'm sitting there at the table about to pass the fuck out next to my boss and the director. Monica across the table from me started busting up laughing out of nowhere. After the meeting she IMs me and was like DUDE!! I'm like no shit, right? Make this day fucking end! Around 4:00 pm I'm ready to puke under the desk. Head in hands and just barely working through a case when my boss and the boss from the adjacent dept. we support walk over.

"Paul."

*cough* "um, yes."

....pause...like they're waiting for me to say something else...awkward moment...

"You're doing great, and we've decided to move you over to ___ in the morning. Report to ___ in the morning. Thanks for everything you do."

What da Fuck!! I'm sitting there speechless and my coworkers around me are laughing their asses off because they knew that I done got into something wild over the weekend. Of course, I didn't say shit. What happens at Blownstar stays at Blownstar...obviously since I don't remember half of it! I think the last thing I remember is someone firing a rifle and blowing up a can of something that scared the living bejeezus out of me while I was trying to light some fire in a firepit barefoot. Barefoot? IDIOT! Lights out... Apparently, some scorpion charged me and this blonde babe out of nowhere ran over and stomped the hell out of it LIKE A BOSS! Fuckin' Texas! Woke up the next day with pink toenails. Lost man points; points I'll never get back. Fuckin' fuckers!

Anyway, here comes Wednesday. Optional overtime because it was July 4th. Of course like the dumb shit I am I volunteered. Catch was the shift was 6 to 2 but they didn't announce that until after I volunteered. Had to wake up at 4 to get to work by 6! By the time I got home the party happenings were going on next door. "Paul! Get your ass over here!"

"Fuck you I'm out!"

Was out by 3 pm and woke up Thursday morning. Holy shit man!

Happy hour Thursday after work with my new coworkers and partied with some other friends at La Tuna in San Antonio earlier tonight. And tonight I met a gorgeous Mexican woman! Be still my heart. Stay tuned...

My kids need to hurry home from summer vacation because clearly I'm a fuckin' mess without them and I'm pretty sure my liver's gonna look like a raisin come August! Staying home this weekend to catch up on some house and yard shit. Then it's off to Dallas next weekend for family and then Houston the next for some awesome friends I haven't seen in many many years. No rest for the wicked...Summer 2012 EPIC! So great to be back home in Texas!!

Simple Solutions


Thanks to my Brother-In-Law BG for this one.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

How To Celebrate Independence Day


I was going to bang out an Independence Day post, but Dr. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College says it much better than I could.

Stole it from here

Two hundred thirty-six years ago this Fourth of July, 57 men signed the document that created the American republic. They represented a people of about 3 million grouped in a series of 13 colonies along the eastern seaboard of the United States. They were all wanted men, sought by the commander of the British forces in North America for sedition and treason. He had behind him the resources of the greatest military power on earth. They had behind them the bare beginnings of a government, hardly anything of an army, but something mighty in the way of an idea.

This nation had therefore a desperate beginning. Who but the boldest could believe that the signers of the Declaration of Independence were laying the foundation of the greatest constitutional republic in history? Now that republic has spread across the continent, and its influence reaches around the world. Its population has increased a hundredfold. Its Constitution has provided government to a free people constantly growing in size and territory, each new state joining the union as an equal, its citizens never subjects, its people ever free. There is no story close to it in the history of man.

Statesmen and thinkers have attributed the strength and goodness of the nation to the principles in the Declaration. Many others have denied this. Statesmen and thinkers have proclaimed the Constitution a just and beautiful implementation of the principles of the Declaration. Many others have denied this. These denials are more common in times of crisis in our country. They are very common now.

It is a sign of our time that the sitting chief executive of our country eschews the permanent meaning of the Declaration and the idea of fixity in the Constitution. In the “Audacity of Hope,” Barack Obama writes: “Implicit in [the Constitution’s] structure, in the very idea of ordered liberty, was a rejection of absolute truth, the infallibility of any idea or ideology or theology or “ism,” any tyrannical consistency that might lock future generations into a single, unalterable course. …”

Obama has stuck to this theme during his presidency. This May at Barnard College, he proclaimed the great virtue of the Constitution to be its openness to change: “It allowed for protests, movements, and the assimilation of new ideas that would repeatedly, decade after decade, change the world—a constant forward movement that continues to this day.” There is neither form nor firmness. All is fluid, according to Obama, and this liberates us to do whatever we will.

America has gone very far down the trail that Obama is blazing. Right now, the expenditures of all government—state, local and federal—exceed 40 percent of the gross domestic product. If trends continue, the public sector will soon grow larger than the private sector, and then the government will have more resources than those it governs.
Moreover, it governs increasingly without authority from the branches that are elected by the people. The new Dodd- Frank finance law creates something called a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. This agency does not get its budget from Congress. Rather, its money comes from a guaranteed percentage of the budget of the Federal Reserve, which gets its money from its operations as a bank. Congress is even specifically forbidden in the law to hold hearings into the budget of the new CPFB. And it has wide examining power over every form of consumer finance in the nation. In unfettered scope of authority, and in near perfect separation from popular control, it is different from anything before it in America.
Because we have come so far from the founding institutions, it is worthwhile to remind ourselves what they are. This anniversary of the Declaration of Independence provides a splendid occasion, because both the principles of the nation and its institutions are summarized beautifully in its 1,300 words. Let us then read it for a moment.
Notice first of all how remarkable it is that the document should begin universally. The authors were obviously mindful of the fact they were wanted men. They conclude the Declaration with a solemn promise, made to each other in the mood of soldiers facing battle: “In support of this Declaration we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor” (emphasis added). The particularity of this commitment, each man speaking for himself in promise to the others in the room, is what one might expect of legislation passed on the eve of a war, legislation that is itself a written act of treason.
If these men were in a situation urgent unto death, how can we account for the abstract and universal nature of the beginning of the Declaration? It begins with an “absolute truth” (to use the president’s term) expressed in words that have rung around the world: “When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which theLaws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them …” (emphasis added).
Notice that this quotation refers to no particular time, but to any time in the course of human events. Notice that it refers not to the American people, but to “one people,” meaning any people. It is a very absolute and universal way of talking. It issues immediately a proclamation of truth: “We hold these truths to be selfevident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.”
Just as the Founders did, so may anyone look for his rights under these “laws of nature and of nature’s God.” Anyone whose rights are denied will feel their weight. The Jew rounded up by the Nazis, the black slave held in Mississippi in 1840, may both look to this document as the charter by which he can advance. Thomas Jefferson, a slaveholder, was aware of this and wrote that indeed, “I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just.” These principles place every man and woman deprived of their rights in the same place that the Founders occupied on July 4, 1776: they may appeal to an absolute truth, written in the nature of man and in the nature of things, against any power that will offend their rights. Perhaps they cannot find the strength to overcome their oppression. Never mind: their cause is still the just one. They will see, and even in moments of clarity their oppressors will see, that the great self-evident truth that all men are created equal means nothing more nor less than that all men are men. It means nothing less than that no one may rightly govern another except by his consent. It means that the purpose of government is to “secure these rights”: “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
These are the principles of the United States. The fact that they were announced at the onset of its revolution, and the fact that the revolution proceeded in their name, seals them in the blood and the history of this land.
The Declaration is not only about principles; it also describes institutions, the kind of institutions best adapted to protect the rights of a people. These institutions are expressed in the middle section of the document, the section in which the specific crimes and injustices of the king of England are described. The three broad constitutional principles that he violated form the backbone of the later Constitution of the United States. The first step in understanding that Constitution is not to learn its details, although they are relatively few. The first step is to understand the grand arrangements of government necessary to constitutional rule.
The first of these three principles is representation. The king is said to have interfered with the representatives of the people in their attempt to pass laws “most wholesome and necessary for the public good.” The Declaration recognizes that human beings are made to live under law, and they have a right for those laws to be passed by people who represent them. This right is not to be interfered with by any force. Any force doing so interferes with the consent of the governed and cannot rightfully claim obedience. Violation of the representative principle is, by itself, cause for revolution.
The second of these principles is separation of powers. At the outset of the American Revolution, the king and his governors were the executive branch. By interfering with the legislature, the king violated not only the right of the people to representative government but also the necessity for separation of powers. He violated this necessity also by making “judges dependent on his will alone for the tenure of their offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries.” God is named four times in the Declaration, once as each of the three branches of government, and once as a founder. The lesson is simple: God may well be the maker of the laws of nature and of nature’s God, and He may well be at the same time the Supreme Judge of the world, and He may also be Divine Providence. But no man or small group of men may rightly combine in their own hands all the powers of government. That is for God alone.
Finally, the Declaration calls for a limited government. The king was taxing America’s forefathers without their consent, and he was using the money, among other things, to pay for a hired army to oppress them. He sent many officials to make sure that his will was followed on all occasions, whatever the commoners may wish. The Declaration charges him with erecting “a multitude of new offices, and [sending] hither swarms of officers to harass our people and eat out their substance.” In other words, the king offended against the principle of limited government. He was building a structure too strong for the people to manage.
The modern bureaucratic state reproduces many of the features that led to the writing of the Declaration of Independence and that gave shape to the Constitution of the United States, which follows these three basic principles in its entire structure. Go before the bureaucracy and see that it is arranged both to make and enforce its own rules, and if one objects he must appear first before a judge who is employed by that same bureaucracy. And now a bureaucracy has been created that operates on a budget outside the control of the Congress.
This Fourth of July, we might well remind ourselves of the beauty, the greatness and the long serviceability of our constitutional institutions and of the principles from which they flow. This Fourth of July is a great time to recall these things, because the Declaration gives the Constitution its cause and also its basic form and function. We Americans may choose to discard this legacy and give up our birthright. Let us at least know what we are doing.
Celebrate the Declaration, and also remember its meaning. It is what a citizen does on the Fourth of July.


Happy Independence Day all you GGDF readers. I off to grill some fireworks & watch some hotdogs!!  Can you tell I've already started drinking? Well you're wrong, I never stopped.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Oh The Hummanity!!

Mother Jones exposes America's Non-Ergonomic working conditons. She has to stand up on her tippy toes some times!!! Say it ain't so!

Monday, July 2, 2012

Blownstar 2012 Re-Cap

What a blast! Since I am too blownstared at the moment to write out a ten paragraph diatribe. I will bull(et) point it in no particular order for CD


  1. We got smashed
  2. We shot guns
  3. We had a keg
  4. We swam in the pool
  5. CenTexTim made some wicked margaritas from the Blownstar Survival Kit he brought
  6. Paul had a blowout and Rick and I had to go pick him up and leave his car in Boerne (Sorry CD, no "I Heart Nickelback" bumper sticker) 
  7. Paul, The Boy, The Wife and I shot guns and went 4 wheeling
  8. A girl saved Paul from a scorpion
  9. We blew up a half pound of tannerite
  10. We drank beer
  11. We swam in the pool
  12. Paul had his toenails painted pink and was put to bed by Georgia
  13. Amy, Stephanie and Jackie shot guns
  14. Denny hung out by the keg and had a blast
  15. Ed came out and drank a few beers with us
  16. We partied!
I think that about sums it up. If I left anything out feel free to leave it in the comments

FOD - Transparent Hypocrisy

Wow. Can you believe just four years ago this country was about to elect, as President of the United States, one of the biggest frauds in recorded history?  This country has suffered through and endured many uphill battles, certainly some shitty presidents, but nothing even close to being as bad as the disaster in chief we have running the show fucking things up right now.  Nah, King Hopey-Change has the "Shittiest President Ever" title in the bag, and he owns the fucker! He's a liar, a thief, a sham, a Kenyan national, a socialist/marxist/communist, an asshole, and more importantly a one-term asshole.

What bugs me is the fact that he is such a bold faced liar and deceptive piece of shit politician, and he can really sell his bullshit to the retards on the left. I still don't know if they're just confused and hypnotized by the fact that there's a "black" man in the White House or by the fact that the first "black" President in U.S. History is going to go down as one of the biggest failures and worst mistakes this country ever seen.

Remember this little piece from 2008 when he was running against the real "first black president's" fugly wife?


Yup, as with most of the douchebags on the left, he's a fucking hypocrite among many other things.

I saw the Youtube video over at The Blaze.

Fuck Obama!