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 The Truth

StuffAnonymous writes "I find it interesting that the same slugs on the other site are telling Captain Ed to get lost. A few are trying to connect him and me. At the very least they claim he is a carbon copy of me. If he keeps posting it won't be too long before they make the false claim that he and I are the same just as they claimed Paranoid and I were the same individual. The simple truth of the matter is that these individuals are afraid of the truth. Captain Ed is telling like it is and they cannot stand that reality. These individuals have to live in their fanciful utopian universe and condemn anything or anyone who challenges their religiously held beliefs.

I also found the history lesson by George M. Clark to be extraordinarily valuable. He has provided an excellent explanation of the reasoning behind the Second Amendment. He emphasized the fact that the true understanding of that amendment and the entire Constitution is dependent upon understanding the meaning of the words used by the writers as they were defined at the time. As I explained some time ago just as in contracts one has to determine, to the best degree of understanding possible, what the intent of the parties was at the time a contract, or provision of a contract, the agreement was reached. 

Since the Founding Fathers were prolific writers it is far easier to understand what were their intentions 200+ years later then it is to understand the intent of negotiators who agreed to a contract provision that could be years or decades old when some have retired, died, moved away or are unavailable for other reasons.

Mr. Cclark has provided the reader with a excellent opportunity to understand why the Second Amendment is there as well as what it means. Interpreting this amendment or any other provision of the Constitution without applying the definitions of words the Founders understood the words to mean will keep you from realizing the truth.

Those who oppose the private ownership of firearms continually misinterpret the Second Amendment and erroneously apply today's definitions of the words to fit their preconceived belief that private citizens have no need for firearms of any kind. This convoluted thinking and application of meaning is typical of those who seek to empower the government at the expense of the freedom of the individual.

Mr. Clark's partial family history also grabbed my attention as my grandparents also came from that same region of Eastern Europe. They too came to the US prior to WWI. There is no relationship between Mr. Clark and I so you idiots can disabuse yourselves of any claim to the contrary though I doubt that will dissuade you. Your myopic view of reality and ignorance of basic truths make it impossible for you to believe that more than just one or two people could disagree with your belief system. As many progressives said in 1968, "I don't know anyone who voted for Nixon. How could he have won?"
Doc Bill 

Posted by hostmaster on Saturday, September 13 @ 08:20:13 EDT (28 reads)
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 RE: Boring Peace

StuffAnonymous writes "A perfect description of himself.
Doc Bill

Posted by hostmaster on Thursday, September 11 @ 06:41:40 EDT (19 reads)
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 Doc Bill's "Ignorance" Piece

StuffAnonymous writes "Boring.  


Posted by hostmaster on Wednesday, September 10 @ 04:22:12 EDT (19 reads)
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StuffAnonymous writes "So the whine a$$ gets his crew leader position back, who do you think on that crew will give a $hit what you say. Dangerous place to work.

Posted by hostmaster on Saturday, September 06 @ 09:40:10 EDT (52 reads)
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 Another Massive Israeli Land Grab

StuffAnonymous writes "http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/1.613319


Israel has announced the largest confiscation of West Bank land since the 1980's ... around Bethlehem in the West Bank (who would Jesus expropriate?)  The ethnic cleansing and genocide continues.  Yes that's right genocide.  It's time to call it what it is.  Israel is carrying out genocide against the people of Palestine, slow genocide, methodical genocide, the kind of genocide that takes decades, perhaps centuries, but genocide nonetheless, the persistent and planned erasing of Palestine from the map, its land and its people, its culture and its history, and replacing it with Greater Israel.  Because it has full US government and media support [and US-taxpayer support incidentally], most Americans follow like sheep and regurgitate Israeli and American talking points no matter how obviously illegal and immoral Israeli policies become.  If an official enemy of the American state did the same thing, if Russia did this, or China, or Serbia under Milosevic, etc.  If Iran was doing this, if Cuba was doing this, if Venezuela was doing this it would be widely condemned by US officials and their obedient servile corporate media outlets ... and therefore by the sheep people of America. 


Posted by hostmaster on Monday, September 01 @ 10:14:14 EDT (64 reads)
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 french drains

StuffAnonymous writes "Does anyone know of anyone who cleans french drains???


Posted by hostmaster on Saturday, August 30 @ 06:12:26 EDT (70 reads)
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 RE: Peace

StuffAnonymous writes "WOW!!!!!

Maybe I shouldn't say anything Peace can agree with as it seems to have set him off. His post of today, 24 August, is little more than a diatribe of religion hating propaganda with such convoluted analogies that I will not even try to dissect it. I think it would be better for all of us if he continues to disagree with me as the reverse apparently sends him into a frenzy. And you progressives think I write long posts?

The problem with Peace is that he becomes unhinged when I do not constantly refer to the bad things that the US has done over the years. I have agreed with him that many of the country's actions were horrendous and should never be repeated. I especially pointed out the country's horrible treatment of Indians. With the reservation system, the schools that attempted to destroy the Indian's heritage and the absolutely horrendous treatment they received under the BIA. We should never want to be subjected to such treatment at any time.

Unfortunately for Peace this system which so mistreated the Indians is just they type of system he supports for everyone. Having the government run your lives as they did for the Indians is an atrocity that none should stand for. But, Peace's indignation over how the government treated the Indians does not relate in any way to how the government will treat every citizen once it has total control over our lives as it had over the Indians on the reservations.

This is where there is a tremendous disconnect in Peace's thinking to which he is completely blind. All of the negative things he posts about the US doing will probably come to pass once the government has the control over our lives that Peace and other progressives long to see. OH, there may not be as much violence, the militarization of local police might prove me wrong, but just as many people will probably die from lack of services for one reason or another. Whether they are denied medical treatment because of age of other factors or from general neglect from a uncaring political bureaucracy makes no difference. Peace is totally incapable of seeing the connections.

As for the palestinian flag on the Brooklyn Bridge being "cool" as he says, Peace's sick attempt at humor is appalling. Maybe you didn't see it but there was at least one person in Ferguson holding an ISIS sign saying they're here! I do not find any of that to be cool in any way. It should cause one's blood to go damned cold!

Peace supports hamas, hezbollah and the rest of the muslim terrorist groups in their contention that Israel is illegally occupying palestinian land. I'm not sure if he fully understands the palestinian position or not. Maybe Peace is just thinking of the West Bank, maybe not. In any event, the palestinians believe that all of the land that constitutes Israel is really palestinian land illegally occupied by Israel. I tend to think that Peace is in full agreement with the palestinian view that all of Israel is really palestinian land and all of Israel must go. Therefore, Peace agrees with the palestinian view that Israel must be destroyed and erased from the maps and memory. Whether or not Peace agrees that all Jews should be murdered is another point for him to live with.

It is a fact that thousands of ISIS fighters hold American, Canadian, British and other European country passports. Assuming that they are not killed fighting in the Middle East they will eventually return to their respective countries. Considering that many of these people will not require visas to enter the US they could easily regroup into terrorist cells. While we may not see the organized massive attacks that happen over there we could very easily see small group attack at soft targets such as schools, malls and anywhere they view as the best target for maximum effect - that is deaths. We already find one terrorist has been arrested for some murders. Even though he says they're in retaliation for our actions against muslims he'll probably not be labeled a terrorist under this administration just4 as the Fort Hood terrorist isn't one to them.

Ignoring this possibility is foolish. I'll get back to this and some other Peace rantings in another post.

One final point. It seems that our gubnor, Cuomo, has a credibility problem. He establishes a committee to investigate ethics but hastily disbands it when it starts looking into his actions. What has Cuomo got to hide?? 
Doc Bill

Posted by hostmaster on Monday, August 25 @ 06:14:32 EDT (82 reads)
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 more stuff

StuffAnonymous writes "NazIsrael ... now that says it all"

Posted by hostmaster on Saturday, August 23 @ 05:45:29 EDT (86 reads)
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StuffAnonymous writes "NazISIS......i think that says it all.

Posted by hostmaster on Friday, August 22 @ 08:15:09 EDT (67 reads)
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StuffAnonymous writes "I think you should apologize to all of the black police officers, unless you believe there is no such thing.

Posted by hostmaster on Friday, August 22 @ 08:14:31 EDT (69 reads)
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 peace the racist

StuffAnonymous writes "Yeah, never mind the fact that neither peace or any of those he follows ever say a single thing about blacks killing blacks. Its ok as far as he is concerned, only when its white on black is it an issue. Of course he hates the police, until he needs them, then its a different story. Never mind that it was blacks who sold their "brothers" into slavery, that its blacks who commit the vast majority of crimes in this country (their excuse is that they are poor, too bad). He is correct that this is a country ruled by white men, always has been and always will be, thank god for that. I also know he has taken the side of ISIS, he feels they are justified and righteous and only wishes he could afford the plane ticket to Syria. Thats it for me as far as Peace the fool is concerned, no more comments from me, he's an idiot and not worth the time.

Posted by hostmaster on Thursday, August 21 @ 06:39:19 EDT (63 reads)
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 professor peace

StuffAnonymous writes "Peace, I really couldn't give a rats a$$ who you are, its what you are that amuses me.

Posted by hostmaster on Tuesday, August 19 @ 08:20:33 EDT (76 reads)
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StuffAnonymous writes "As a matter of fact I am still LMFAO at you peace. Its so easy to get under your thin skin. You were clearly implying that the west was the reason Japan became an Island full of a$$holes, so don't waste your booze laden breath denying it. So you teach huh? Where exactly? I'll tell you where, at the local bars, park benches, and of course on this website, LOL.

Posted by hostmaster on Saturday, August 16 @ 08:14:52 EDT (88 reads)
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 The White Flag

StuffAnonymous writes "It appears that Peace has raised the white flag, thrown in the towel and admitted defeat. However, he is not going down without fighting. His swinging is just another effort to mischaracterize the things I have said. He erroneously concludes, no doubt on purpose to discredit me some more, that because I will not acquiesce to his position on the use of the term "Jap" that I must also agree with these of the N-word when describing blacks. Nothing could be further from the truth.

The term "Jap" is, at the very least, a derogatory term. I use it because it is derogatory and amply descriptive of the Imperial Japanese Empire of the time period in question. They most certainly earned the terms for themselves. Peace tries to minimize the atrocities done by the members of this Empire by referring to them as "it's east Asian imperial thing." The Imperial Japanese Empire thing was called "The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere."

That sounds just great, doesn't it? However, the truth was far less benevolent than the name implies. The Imperial Japanese Empire did not look upon the people of the conquered territories as equals. Far from it. The Empire treated the vast majority of the people as slaves working only for the betterment of the lives of the people of Japan itself. Untold thousands were worked to death, put in concentration camps for breaking the imposed rules, made sex slaves in the case of the women and basically had no rights other than to work for the Empire.

These were not people to emulate in any manner, shape or form. They were as bad as the nazis and the soviets if not worse in some cases. Remember, the nazi representatives in Nanking were shocked at the atrocities. Therefore I will not honor them by using terms that overlook or minimize their actions. Should we minimize the nazi SS? Maybe we could refer to them as those "special guards," or when they became the Waffen SS we could refer to them as innocuous "special armed guards?" Maybe we should compare them to our own SS? The Secret Service?" I have no doubt that peace would agree to that!

With regard to the Philippines, Peace would have us evaluate the actions of the past based upon the values and mores of today. If we did so then everything ever done by anyone in the past would probably be viewed as negative. While we can compare the tactics used during the battles of the Civil War we cannot judge the leaders using today's standards. We should certainly learn from what they did, both right and wrong. However, beating ourselves up over the behaviors or misbehaviors of these people is not beneficial.

As I said, we must learn from them and not report the wrong, bad or evil things they did. I have often agreed with Peace about how the US treated the American Indians. He apparently forgets my agreements with him and continuously brings up some other incident to prove that the US is so evil it should cease to exist. On the other hand he ignores my warning that we should not be so quick to embrace the government, any government, which promises to do anything.

Did the US government commit atrocities against the Indians? Undoubtedly! Did US forces commit atrocities against the native Filipinos? Probably! BUT, does that absolve that various islamofascist terrorist mobs around the world broom doing the same thing? HELL NO!

The hamas terrorists have again broken a cease fire, today, Wednesday. ISIS is murdering defenseless women and children burring some ALIVE! One 5 year old Christian child is reported to have been cut in half! But that is OK with Peace because some American soldier probably cut some Moro child in half 100+ years ago. In fact, all of islam is justified in doing all these things because of the Crusades 1000 years ago.

Do not forget that islam is a conquering belief. It conquered from Spain to India subjecting all to bend to the "Will of Allah!" The crusades were nothing less than Christianity's attempt to stop the assault of islam and regain territories lost. Were atrocites committed then too. Undoubtedly! It is unfortunate that Christianity has lost its way over the centuries and strayed far from being the religion of peace that it is. Those who spearheaded this straying from the true way are as guilty bastards as the bastards in islam today following the violent path.

Peace certainly objects to minimizing the influence he seeks to impart to some reference of his with the label "progressive." Turn about is fair play, as the saying goes. I expect progressives to support progressive views. Expect me to use Conservatives to support Conservative views. The true importance of these tactics by me is lost on Peace. He certainly does not understand the real meaning of "ad hominem." Calling a progressive a progressive is not an ad hominem attack. Calling a Conservative a racist, sexist, bigoted, homophobe while avoiding an actual debate IS AN AD HOMINEM ATTACK!

The terms I use are descriptive, not punitive in nature. An illegal alien is an illegal alien because he is not a citizen of this country, therefore under the law an alien, and illegal because he is not here legally. Progressives do not like such stark and descriptive terms. They like to sugar coat everything in their favor to disguise the real substance of the issues. Thus we get an "undoc-umented immigrant." Using this terminology the local corner drug dealer is an undoc-mented pharmacist. It is by these subterfuges that progressives love to hide what is really going on. I refuse to play that game.

I am glad to see that Peace sees Obama for at least part of what he is, the corporate politician looking to increase his own wealth and those of his supporters. Most politicians are like this which is why we should not have professional politicians. Term limits are important. See, I've agreed with Peace again which he'll soon forget.

Finally, I'm not into coining terms for people to use. The closest I may have come with with the term "obamaton." I think I was the first to use it but I did not create it. I borrowed it from an acquaintance, with his permission, and have used it since Obama was elected. Therefore I leave it to Peace to come up with whatever slur he wishes to vilify American in the past. I did, contrary to his saying I did not, suggest the term "YANKEE" which has been used for generations as a derogatory term for Americans. If that isn't slurry enough odor his tastes then I suggest he invent one. The progressives are masters at redefining terms and creating new ones to justify themselves.
Doc Bill

Posted by hostmaster on Thursday, August 14 @ 06:21:09 EDT (66 reads)
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 RE: Answers

StuffAnonymous writes "According to Wikipedia the US fought in the Moro Rebellion of 1899-1913. 

There were some 50,000 Moro fighters against some 25,000 Americans

The term "Moro" refers to the ethnic muslims who lived in the Southern Philippines. 

Hassan Uprising - October and November 1903 - Fought against the Moros.

Battle of Taraca - April 1904 - Fought against the Moros.

Battle of Siranaya - March 1904 - Fought against the Moros and other Philippine fighters.

Battle of the Malalag River - October 1905 - Fought against Philippine fighters in which Moro leader Datu Ali was killed so we can assume that other Moro fighters were involved.

First Battle of Bud Dajo - March 5-8 1906 - Fought against the Moros.

Second Battle of Bud Dajo - December 18-26 1911 - Fought against the Moros.

It is true that the Moros were not the only ones fighting against the Americans during this conflict but from the list above it seems that they did make up quite the majority of the fighters opposing the Americans.

Still you have not explained how 200,000 were "slaughtered," meaning that they were not killed on the battlefield. 

According to the Wikipedia page you provided the link for it states that - "Jap is an English abbreviation of the word 'Japanese.' Today it is considered an ethnic slur among Japanese minorities in other countries, although English speaking countries differ in the degree in the degree to which they consider the term offensive. In the United State, Japanese-American have come to find the term controversial or offensive, even when used as an abbreviation. In the past, Jap was not considered primarily offensive; however, during and after the events of World war II, the term became derogatory."

This information is not the slam dunk explanation that wins the debate for you as it is somewhat wishy-washy leaving quite a bit of space for interpretation. I agree that the term is derogatory and that most consider it a slur but you have not explained WHY it is a slur! I am using it specifically in reference to the Japanese Empire and its operatives during the Empire's days of expansionism in the 1930's and 1940's. 

I use the term precisely because it is derogatory and we should never forget the atrocities of those who committed those heinous acts by being flowery when describing them or their actions.

You can accept that explanation or not, I do not care. That is how I use the term and if you do not have the intellectual ability to separate such things in you mind then you need to expand your brain power.

I assume you do not, will not and never will accept such an explanation because you don't really care if I am accurate in my used of the term. All you care about is trying to destroy me so all you have to do, RATHER THAN ACTUALLY DEBATE ME ON ANY ISSUE, is to say I'm a racist which ends all debates as far as you progressives are concerned. That is one of the trump cards you play to keep from having to actually have an intellectual debate about anything. 

It is part of the demeaning and dehumanizing ad hominem attacks you progressives use in an attempt to make Conservatives irrelevant, people who have no legitimate place in the debate of issues and who are just to be ignored without any consideration for what they say.

I'm sure many of your comrades who read this will agree with you bunt that is to their detriment. We have already seen how the progressive agenda is failing the People of the United States and how its current leader has absolutely no leadership qualities or characteristics whatsoever.
Doc Bill

Posted by hostmaster on Monday, August 11 @ 07:31:45 EDT (74 reads)
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