Posted by Pistol Pete

I post again. Why? Don’t have any better sense.

Some days it’s difficult to find enough interesting stuff to make a thread. Today ain’t one of those days.


This pathetic-looking little dweeb is the tragic result of a drunken one night stand Dirty Harry Reid had with a retarded desert tortoise. His name is Rory. He ran for governor in 2010 and all his campaign literature used was “Rory.” Never mentioned his last name since his daddy was and still is the most reviled man in the state. Rory thinks Clevin Bundy should be jailed and prosecuted.

So should you and your dad,dickhead.


OK,you got your picture,now get this goddam white brat offa me!











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  1. Pistol Pete

    EDWARD LUCAS: I hope I’m wrong but historians may look back and say this was the start of World War III
    The Ukraine disarmed after the UN promised to protect them.Little did they know the US would end up with a gutless yellow rat bastard that makes Neville Chamberlain look like Captain America.Putin will take what he wants,when he wants,since Obama has already stated he’d do nothing.


  2. Pistol Pete

    86M Full-Time Private-Sector Workers Sustain 148M Benefit Takers
    That hardly seems possible.With that many parasites feeding off the host,there will never be another republican president.until it doesn’t matter anymore.


    • Ting

      I believe it. I just sent in my tax payment – and the estimated tax payment for 2014. I’m about ready to fold.


      • I hear you. I just wrote checks to the IRS and the WI Department of Revenue totaling more than seven thousand dollars. All just to stay out of prison.

        Because of the recent unnatural disaster that occurred in my neighborhood, we’re being forced to spend in the neighborhood of twenty to thirty thousand dollars to repair our house. The city, whose criminal negligence caused the disaster, refuses to accept responsibility and refuses to compensate the homeowners whose houses were damaged. The five thousand dollars in property taxes we pay every year (and our payment is about the lowest in our neighborhood — some of our neighbors pay much more) is apparently insufficient for the city to maintain its infrastructure and prevent this sort of thing from happening.

        And people wonder why I hate the government.


        • I know all about the financial disaster on the 15th, but I’m sorry to hear about the local disaster that nuked your house. Was it flooding? I’ve been out of the loop.


        • Wait, I found something about that. Sure seems like the city’s insurance should be paying off with that kind of disaster. What a bunch of crooks. I’m sorry you gotta deal with that, Bob.


          • Short version: Early on the morning of March 31 (by cruel coincidence, my youngest child’s 19th birthday), the sewers in our neighborhood backed up and the entire lower level of our house (where all our bedrooms are) was destroyed. Fifteen other houses in the neighborhood also suffered serious damage, some of them even worse than what we got.This was entirely the fault of the city, which failed to maintain the sanitary sewer system and the storm sewer system in good working order (and we have photographic proof of it). The lot of us met with the mayor, city engineers, water department representatives, and so on, and presented our case as well as we could… but it appears we’re going to have to fight city hall — the one thing everyone tells you you can’t do.

            Luckily for us, we have an amazingly handy, strong, energetic 29-year-old son who just happened to be on hiatus from his real job (he works for a local cabinet maker, but the cabinet business is slow right now), so he has the time to rehabilitate our house for us. He singlehandedly removed all the sewage-soaked carpeting and padding, tore out the lower 24 inches of drywall from every room, closet, and hallway, along with all the soggy insulation and all the baseboards and door frames and so on, and hauled all of it up the stairs and out to the dumpster that sat in our driveway for about a week. (There were TWO TONS of stuff in that dumpster when it was finally hauled away!) Everything that was in the basement had to be hauled up to the main floor, so you can imagine what my living room looks like right about now — piles of stuff everywhere. Our bedrooms now have bare concrete floors and no walls. We rigged up a makeshift bedroom on the main floor for the teenager, out of what used to be my office (small room next to the living room — don’t know if you remember it? It might have been closed off when you were here last summer) — not ideal, but better than sleeping on the couch. The fact that it’s a very small room actually works to her advantage, because the air purifier and essential oil diffuser she needs for her seasonal allergies work much better in a smaller space.

            Anyway, it’s been extremely stressful for everyone, as you can easily imagine. I just keep hoping and praying that nothing else will break down — vehicles, appliances, or human beings.


            • I’m so sorry to hear it, Bob. And sorry it took me a while to get back to this. WP doesn’t seem to notify me anymore of responses.

              I don’t remember the office, but the whole house was beautiful, and it just makes me sick to think of that happening. Definitely a NON-natural disaster caused by extreme negligence. I hope you can fight them successfully. It sure seems like you have a case if you can get past the corrupt insurance company and the city officials and get it to litigation. Hang in there!


              • The best we can hope for is that the city will be smart and settle out of court. If it goes to trial, it will drag on and on and on and cost a lot more than what it would cost just to compensate us for our losses. No one is seeking punitive damages, no one is seeking compensation for emotional distress or anything like that — we just want our houses back the way they were, and the city to take responsibility for their negligence.


        • Ting

          Oh, gosh. That is just horrible. I feel lucky in comparison.


  3. Pistol Pete

    UN Says We Need A Giant Vacuum Cleaner To Suck CO2 From The Skies To Save World From Global Warming…


  4. Pistol Pete

    Will’s Take: Obama’s Foreign Policy Comes From ‘Monty Python’


  5. Pistol Pete

    Kathleen Sebelius Reportedly Mulling a Bid for Senate
    Sebelius, the former governor of Kansas, is reportedly considering challenging Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), a longtime colleague who accused her of “gross incompetence” and called for her resignation during the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, according to the New York Times.
    The article claims she is a popular,twice-elected governor.She was also best buddies with George ‘baby killer’ Tiller.
    I hope she does run.It would do wonders for my investment in popcorn futures.


  6. Pistol Pete

    Obama program aims to reduce ‘births’ among blacks, Latinos
    Birth control?GREAT!!!
    Abortion?Any time,any where.
    Abstinence?Absolutely not.Out of the question.


  7. Pistol Pete

    RECORD NUMBER of Black Republicans Are On 2014 Alabama Primary Ballot
    Historically, Alabama hasn’t had the best track record on race relations. So, it may be surprising to some that in 2014, 11 Black Republicans are seeking elective office. In 2010 and 2012 there was just one. Meet nine of the candidates whose political fates will be determined on June 3.
    Wouldn’t it be delicious to have enough black republicans to have a Conservative Congressional Black Caucus?


  8. Pistol Pete

    Awkward: Senate Democrat Stumbles Over Obamacare Talking Points
    Sheldon Whitehouse is as big an asshole as the rest of them.Theres a reason he doesn’t speak much in public.


  9. Pistol Pete

    Texas: Wendy Davis Trailing Republican Greg Abbott By 8 Points Among Women, 21 Points Among Men -PPP
    Abortion Barbie finds out that outside of Austin she’s as popular as a skunk in a chicken coop.


  10. Pistol Pete

    After Watching This Dad’s Message to ‘Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter’, You’ll Understand Why It’s Gone Viral
    this guy reminds me of me.
    When my girls were starting to date I insisted on meeting the young lad before my daughter stepped out the door.I reminded him that I was young a very long time ago and remembered what my goal was in dating somebody.
    I also reminded the young suitors that if they did something I didn’t approve of,they would be very,very sorry.But even I didn’t go as far as this guy.

    “Since before her birth, since before my spark took hold and ignited the fire in her mother’s belly, I have been training to kill you,” Parent said. “When you took your first steps I was prepared to make sure you never walked again. When you played at war, I was perfecting head shots, you can’t catch up at this point.”

    “If you break her heart, I will hear it snap with the ear I pressed against her mother’s belly,” he added. “The elbow I cradled her head in will send a message to my fists, my cheeks are in tuned with her lips, I will know if they tremble.”


  11. Pistol Pete

    The Five’: Why do liberals hate Bundy for dodging taxes when illegal immigrants do the same?
    “I don’t feel sorry for the guy at all,” liberal co-host Bob Beckel said. “He’s a tax dodge. He oughta be indicted.”

    “Do you feel the same about Al Sharpton?” Perino replied. “Al Sharpton owes $1.9 million, and the president did an event with him praising him just last Friday.”


  12. Pistol Pete

    Judges: ‘Law Provides Executive No Authority’ to Cut Drug Sentences As Holder Did
    Two federal judges on the U.S. Sentencing Commission said Thursday that
    Attorney General Eric Holder stepped “outside the legal system” and exceeded the authority of the executive branch by sending “improper instruction” to federal prosecutors to reduce drug sentences before they were officially approved by either the commission or Congress.
    ‘These judges do not understand…I am Reichsfeuhrer Holder-Himmler.I answer to no one but the Feuhrer himself!


  13. Pistol Pete

    Put a wing on it! KFC launches $20 fried chicken corsages as ‘finger lickin’ promposal gifts
    I wanna meet the dumbass that shows up at Jesse Parents’ door to take his daughter to the prom with a corsage made of fried chicken.


  14. Pistol Pete

    Walker’s in, the left fires first, and the War for Wisconsin is on
    MADISON, Wis. – That didn’t take long.

    Literally minutes after Gov. Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch officially announced their re-election campaign Tuesday, a Hillary Clinton front group rolled out its attack machine against the Republican governor and potential 2016 presidential hopeful.

    American Bridge, backed by big-money liberal donor George Soros, “welcomed” Walker and his “failed job creation promise to the Wisconsin governor’s race.”

    All he did was lower property taxes,return over $1.5 billion to homeowners and lower Wisconsin’s unemployment rate to under 6%.His state was in the same shape as Illinois whn he was elected.We still got democrat rule and we’re $40 billion in the hole and still sinking.Wisconsinites should be so lucky.


  15. Pistol Pete

    Just weeks ago,Landrieu embraced Obamacare.Look at her back up now.Sickeningly predictable.


  16. Ting

    Love the photo of the fence in Nevada – that is so right that they can protect the border if they only had the will to do it.