Friday, January 29, 2016

Yeah, it's been pointed out before: the bad guys are acting like conquerors

who haven't yet made it official.
Here’s what I think is going on: The refugees are acting as they are, not because they see themselves as charity cases, but because they see themselves as conquerors. They know perfectly well that one doesn’t defecate in a pool in which people (especially children) are swimming. They’re doing it because they are performing the literal equivalent of the expression “I don’t give a shit about you.” They know you’re not supposed to rape women . . . that is, unless those women are the products of conquest, in which case raping them is one of Mohamed’s commandments.

It’s almost funny seeing Europeans trying politely to teach their conquerors how not to treat those whom they have conquered. I wonder how long it will take before the Europeans figure out that they’re no longer in the driver’s seat. And then I wonder whether they’ll be able or willing to mount a counter-strike, or whether the twelve-hundred year-long Islamic jihad against Europe will finally have succeeded.

Let's see... something that's already illegal under federal law is considered a 'major concession'; they really want to give McAuliffe some cover, don't they?

Just how much power do bird cuisinarts use just to keep themselves operating?

Apparently feminists are so delicate and unstable that they should be in homes, or institutions, where all the things that offend them can be screened out.

1 comment:

Sailorcurt said...

Let's see... something that's already illegal under federal law is considered a 'major concession'

My problem with it isn't that the "concession" is so major, it's that the Virginia Republicans have no set a precedent that they'll negotiate with terrorists.

What will McAuliff take hostage next time when he wants to trade it off for a "concession?"

Also...I think the big reason he "capitulated" is because for the past several years we've been trying to pass a universal reciprocity law like Indiana's wherein Virginia automatically recognizes concealed carry permits from every other state.

The reason it's failed is because opponents could credibly argue that Virginia's reciprocity was fairly liberal in application and the change wouldn't make all that much different.

McAuliff and Herring's action changed all that and we had a VERY good chance of getting that law passed this year with a veto-proof majority.

McAuliff saw the writing on the wall and realized that if he stuck to his guns (so to speak) he'd end up with a worse situation than before he he "capitulated", probably hoping that the old arguments would snap back into place and the measure would fail again.

I think it will pass this year, but he'll veto it and after his capitulation, we won't be able to overcome the veto.

We'll see. Someday we'll have a Republican governor again (if the party ever runs someone we can vote for) and we'll get a bunch of this stuff that's on our wish list done.