A Sailor’s Plaint

As a veteran of the Navy myself and as a man who grew up on and around the sea, I can and do agree with Mr. Hargraves’ complaint.

An objection to comparing Obama to a drunken sailor
Obama Is Not Like A Drunken Sailor

Neither Obama nor Congress spends money like a drunken sailor because a sailor, drunk or not, quits when they run out of their money. No, Obama and Congress spend money like crack or meth heads needing their next fix. When they run out of money, they just steal more.

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OMFG! A Nearby Rifle

Some deranged or drug-addled freak in San Jose, one Coco Bennett, decided to strip naked near the VTA station and brandished a “samurai” sword at the responding police officers. OK, there’s a naked vermin with a sword and what is the first thing the local CBS affiliate has to say about it?

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A man with an assault rifle in his car removed his clothes and brandished a Samurai sword at police in west San Jose for more than two hours before he was arrested while trying to flee, a San Jose police spokesman said.

That’s the mouthpieces of the anti-American Left for you. Some mentally deficient scum get buck naked and threatens the police with a sword saying, “You’re going to have to kill me” and starting a two-hour stand-off with law enforcement and the first thing that the MSM has to say about the whole debacle is that the police recovered an “assault rifle” from his pickup truck. 🙄

Even the patently false title of their article, “Naked Man Confronts San Jose Police With Sword, Assault Rifle” makes it clear that these domestic enemies want people to focus on the nearby “AR-15 style” rifle, even though Bennett didn’t use it or have it in his possession during the altercation.

I truly believe that America would be far better served by our placing “sensible restrictions and prohibitions” on the Free Press than upon firearm ownership. If nothing else, recent elections have proven that the Free Press murders far, far, far more people than all the firearms ever forged have throughout history.

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Not Normal At All

Crystal Meth – also called: Meth, Methamphetamine, crank, or tweak – is a particularly vile and destructive drug, though seemingly quite popular in some areas despite the damage that it causes the junkies using it.

Beyond the horrific physical damage that meth causes are the extreme changes in the junkies’ behavior. Also beyond this is some of the newer efforts to fight against this drug problem.

Sell Your Holes For 15$
15 Bucks For Sex Isn’t Normal

 

Beat An Old Man
Beating An Old Man For Money Isn’t Normal

 

Leave A Friend For Dead
Leaving A Friend For Dead Isn’t Normal

 

Pick For Bugs
Picking Under Your Skin For Bugs Isn’t Normal

Montana Meth Project’s print advertising, featured in high school newspapers and on billboards across the state of Montana, are not normal but when they’re fighting against meth addiction they apparently are.

I don’t really understand this marketing strategy because ads showcasing the negative consequences of behaviors have little, if any, proven track record of persuading people from such behavior.

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