Todd Kincannon is a Douchebag!

Not Todd Kincannon

Not Todd Kincannon

No, seriously. He’s a douchebag.

BREAKING: Todd Kincannon Breaks His Silence – He’s Been Tracked & Targeted!

Anyone who has encountered or followed Todd Kincannon (@todd_kincannon) on Twitter knows what a contentious character he is. Love him or hate him, both liberals and conservatives have to admit, Todd, a South Carolina lawyer, also known as the honey badger of American politics, knows how to shine the light on the most divisive issues of our time.

You say contentious, I say douchebag. Long story short, he had a book coming out this summer wherein he expresses his opinion that liberals are “Useless Idiots.”. But instead of sending out the books that people had pre-ordered and paid for, he sent out this email:

If you are receiving this email, it means you ordered a copy of my book. Yet no one has received any copies yet, and I owe you an explanation why.

I am presently legally barred from fulfilling the order. The South Carolina lawyer disciplinary authorities—government officials—have determined that my political and religious commentary is “unethical.” I am legally barred from sending you a copy of my book at this time. (Well, I could send you a copy, but I could be disbarred for it.)

This is the culmination of a two year secret investigation of me by the South Carolina Commission on Lawyer Conduct and the South Carolina Office of Disciplinary Counsel, two entities that have taken the position that the First Amendment simply does not apply to lawyers. Unsurprisingly, no Democrat lawyers have been targeted so far as I know, and the people in charge of the South Carolina Office of Disciplinary Counsel have solid Democrat voting histories.


The reason for my silence about this matter until now is that I truly thought they would come to their senses about all of this. In fact, they indicated to me more than once that they would not punish me for political or religious commentary that was not to their liking, after initially demanding that I stop saying anything offensive on Twitter. (That was why I briefly stopped using profanity on Twitter in late 2012, in case you were wondering what that was all about.)

However, in early June, just as I was preparing to send out my book, I received an unexpected notice from the South Carolina Office of Disciplinary Counsel that the investigation was going to continue because of comments I made on Twitter regarding a left wing political activist named Col. Morris Davis, a frequent guest on MSNBC. (I have no indication that Col. Davis has anything to do with this—it appears a supporter of his filed a bar complaint on me, the seventh or eighth complaint filed on me in recent times.)

Kincannon has filed a lawsuit in federal court. I am not familiar with the South Carolina rules of professional responsibility for lawyers nor do I know the specific allegations that have been made against him, but if this is about political commentary he made outside of his practice of law I don’t see how the government can have a case.

I don’t follow Todd Kincannon because as I said earlier, he’s a douchebag. I followed him briefly but quickly regretted it. Kincannon says rude and offensive shit just to be rude and offensive. But rude and offensive douchebaggery is protected by the First Amendment.

It would be different if he was behaving that way in court, or if his comments were directed at or about judges or other lawyers. His clients might have standing to complain (and/or sue) if they could show that his out of court douchiness hurt their cases or that he disclosed privileged information about them.

But apparently that is not what was alleged. They are threatening him with discipline (up to and including disbarment) for being a conservative GOP douchebag.

That is wrong. That is why I find myself in the unpleasant position of defending a douchebag. This kind of bullshit has to stop.

Popular speech does not need protection because nobody is trying to silence it. Neither does speech that the Powers That Be have given their approval. It is unpopular and offensive speech that needs protection and speech that offends the PTB needs the most protection. That is why we have the First Amendment.

I #StandWithToddKincannon even though because he is a douchebag.


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155 Responses to Todd Kincannon is a Douchebag!

  1. The Klown says:

    I really want to see the state’s responsive pleadings to the lawsuit.

  2. WMCB says:

    I followed him for a bit too, then stopped. Kincannon always reminded me of some of those deliberately offensive comedians. I may watch for a bit, and even laugh (it’s performance art, after all), but it gets to be “a bit much” and I change the channel. Because permanent offensiveness as a schtick isn’t “edgy”, it’s just lame after awhile.

    But it’s none of the State’s damn business if he isn’t being offensive in the courtroom.

    • The Klown says:

      Edgy/offensive/insult humor is really tough to pull off successfully, and lots of people still don’t like it. You can’t come across as mean, you have to keep it light and friendly. People who aren’t used to it might not realize you are (supposedly) joking.

      That’s why it’s easiest to make fun of yourself.

      When you start targeting the “out” groups, you can make a lot of fans but they aren’t there to laugh, they are there to see someone degraded. It’s really sick, hate-based “humor.”

  3. DeniseVB says:

    I had to look it up, yep I follow him. Now I remember him, liked sparring with the libs or anyone else who disagreed with him, not always in a fun or snarky way. Meanspirited and bullyish.

    He hasn’t posted since June 22. The link to his “fundraising” page is in his Twitter bio, so I guess he was self-publishing his book? Anyone can do that …. but looks like a whopping 18 people supported him.

  4. The Klown says:

    This ought to ruffle some feathers:

  5. The Klown says:
    • DandyTIger says:

      That may be the reason he’ll back her right there.

    • elliesmom says:

      When Warren was running for the senate, my friends were all surprised I was actively working against her since she would be the first woman elected to the senate from MA. I said then if I thought the senate was the end of the road for her, I might feel differently, but I didn’t believe the senate was the end of the road or her.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Scott Brown is running in NH now. He’s being called a carpetbagger even though he’s owned his NH house longer than Hillary owned her NY home when she ran from the Senate from there. I was sad he lost to Warren in MA.

        • elliesmom says:

          I did a lot of my Hillary campaigning in New Hampshire, and there was a lot of coordination with Jeanne Shaheen’s senate campaign. I would like to see Scott Brown back in the senate, but I have mixed feelings about his replacing her. When he ran against Warren, he was facing a lot of support for her that was coming from out of state. The people of New Hampshire seemed to like Shaheen. While I agree the “carpetbagger” tag isn’t being fairly applied, i think her lead is genuine.

  6. mothy67 says:

    SC Bar is giving him free publicity. He should milk it for everything he can.

  7. The Klown says:
  8. mothy67 says:


    That comes to 83,333 per bed and it will not be open until October. Guess there are no plans on stopping or slowing this down.

    • lildoggy4u says:

      I don’t think many homeless people would mind staying there too.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Or homeless veterans ? Michelle’s making a speech in L.A. this week to help the homeless vets find housing or something. They deserve resort style living more than Obama’s Gang of Future Democratic Voters.

    • leslie says:

      This story really angers me. During Reagan’s terms we closed long-term care facilities for the mentally ill and put them out on the streets. There are so few places for the mentally ill to live and have a decent life. (I’m having real difficulty saying this without exploding.) And now the feds are opening luxury accommodations for illegal (undocumented) immigrant children! it is complete with medical and mental health care – We don’t offer that to our own people —- especially people with mental health issues. No… Here we mock and scorn them. We marginalize them and contribute to their own negative self images. We don’t treat them with compassion or understanding. I am fed up with this. Utterly and completely fed up.

      • lyn says:


        • Mt.Laurel says:

          If you are going to attach that fiasco at the presidential level it would have been Carter. Most of the closings were a done deal before I even hit grad school. Same year Regan took office.

          It was too soon to see the consequences of one of the greatest public health blunders of all time. The self described enlightened, especially those in the community health subsection of the school, were still going on and on about all those poor people who had been in institutions when then could just as well be treated in the outpatient setting. I was not popular for suggesting that those who cannot cope because of mental health problems were unlikely to have the discipline or resources needed to adhere to the proper protocols on their own.

          I also got in trouble for suggesting that, as a country, we would likely be moved toward HMOs at best, or very limited services plans at worst. Everyone just laughed and said Kaiser would long gone by the turn of the century and BC/BS and the for profit insurers would never embrace such plans. And unions would protect their workers. If I was in a particularly puckish mood, I would point to all the closed steel mills lining the three rivers when they brought up the last point.

          • WMCB says:

            It was primarily the left that kept trumpeting that if we just let them all “be free” to “make their own choices” it was more humane than insisting on or “forcing” treatment. They want to rewrite history now, but emptying the fucking mental hospitals was sold by the LEFT as “freedom” and “compassion.” How DARE we as a society institutionalize human beings!!?? It was the mean mean oppressive right who was lamblasted for saying “Um….but they are not capable of caring for themselves…”

            I was there. I had a mentally ill mother. I watched it. They lie. Did the institutions need reform? Absolutely. But doing away with them was a LEFT idea, not a right one.

        • swanspirit says:

          ^THIS^ to the power of x

      • The Klown says:

        Reagan gets the blame for that but it wasn’t him whodunnit.

        • 49erDweet says:

          That move was made at the behest of progressives because the mentally ill have feewings. And would improve to full mental health if only they were left on their own. And besides, global warming.

      • leslie says:

        just returned from the multitude of tasks I do while “on vacation”. I promise you I thought it was Reagan. But I’ll also have to admit to having been a dyed-in-the-wool democrat at the time, so perhaps I was persuaded by outside influences.

        • WMCB says:

          I don’t doubt your sincerity, at all. I’ve spent a lot of time the past few years re-examining things I thought I “knew”. I’m sure there’s tons of things I still think are true that aren’t, whether right memes or left memes. I mean, I spent a lot of life believing what the TV told me, after all. 🙂

        • lililam says:

          It began during the Reagan governorship in Cali, but it did coincide with the carter presidency chronologically. I was working in a state hospital in Cali in the early stages. But I agree, prior assumptions do require re-examination. I did not think it was a federal policy at the time, but it may have been.

          • The Klown says:

            It began during the Pat Brown administration in California. The process continued when Reagan took office.

          • lililam says:

            I think the law may have originated with Pat Brown, but I believe the actual dismantling began with Guv Reagan. I don’t remember the actual legislation. Nonetheless, it had a lousy outcome.

  9. lildoggy4u says:

    You’ve probably seen this but one must wonder if these guys have been given state provided EBT cards, they must also have been provided voter registration cards.

    • lyn says:

      If I were a Vile Prog, the only outrage I see is shopping at Walmart. LOL.

    • DeniseVB says:

      That video’s been debunked. Those are legal migrant farm workers from the local Patterson Farm. For some reason the right’s getting all worked up about it and I’ve been trying to get The Gateway Pundit to update their SHOCKING VIDEO clickbait post with contact information to the farm. I couldn’t believe how vile some of those commenters were, thought I was back on DU for a minute. 🙂

      • lildoggy4u says:

        Thanks Denise, where were you a minute ago. Damn. Hate it when I fall for this shit.

        • lyn says:

          My favorite is when a brain tumor was discovered during Hillary’s colonoscopy. At first, I said “Oh, no!” and then I thought about it. LOL.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I can usually rely on Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit for vetted stories. Even his source was questionable, but I trusted him. I dug into it when I saw someone at Ace say that’s Patterson Farm’s bus, they take their migrant workers shopping after the picking season. She lives in a nearby small town so I went searching, and found the local Tea Party was already on it and found everything on the up and up by actually talking to the farm, which has been doing this for 20+ years for the workers.

          I’m mad now at GP, they haven’t but up an Update on the post yet.

      • The Klown says:

        Yeah, this immigration crisis is bringing out the worst elements of the right, which is probably what Obama planned. It reminds me of why I don’t want to be affiliated with either party or political side.

        • lyn says:

          I thought this was a good explanation on The Kelly File.

          • DeniseVB says:

            That was good, love D’Souza, he’s such a happy little LEGAL immigrant and truly loves his new country. Yep, and this is all Alinsky/Cloward/Piven ….. overwhelm and create chaos. Obama’s been checking off those rules for radicals boxes for the past 6 years.

        • mothy67 says:

          Seems to me there are plenty on the left none too thrilled as well. I think even tingles expressed dissatisfaction. The closer we get to November the more communities all over the country will be effected.

        • WMCB says:

          I’m a complete political dilettante and subversive these days. I dabble around, encouraging intelligent critique from all sorts of quarters.

          Before ANY kind of solutions can be found, the mask needs to ripped off of the current corrupt and unwieldy system, and progressivism in general. I have no true expectation of seeing far-reaching solutions in my lifetime. But I do intend to see the cozy corruption and arrogant master-planning and manipulation on all sides exposed for what it is.

  10. DandyTIger says:

    Wonder if Todd is douchebag enough to have faked the book, taken the money, and is either making up the lawsuit issue, or has managed to “draw a foul” by telling certain people that bad things are in the book just to get it stopped.

  11. elliesmom says:

    I used to be a water commissioner. We used to schedule “NIMBY” hearings. After they were over, we all had a good laugh. The people would stand up and speak as to why the town should do something for the good of the town, but not on the side of town where they lived. And everything that might be “an eyesore, hurt property values, cause extra traffic,smell, make noise, etc” should be as close to the town line as possible so the town’s own residents would have limited impact. The people in the small town next door asked for a vote to join our school system. The host town voted “no” because the kids from the town next door might be inferior in some way and harm their children. When the same town needed help from the town they had refused school space to solve a major sewer crisis, those of us on the water commission privately cheered when the smaller town next door refused because the bigger, more affluent town’s shit was too smelly. My response was ultimately to move to the smaller town because I loved their spunk. Still do.

    But all of that is a preface to show how fraught with humor I usually find NIMBY issues. But Governor O’Malley in Maryland takes the cake. What a hypocrite. Take all of the children in and treat them humanely, but not in Maryland because the conservatives in the state will mistreat the kids. He’s a douchebag, too.

    • Constance says:

      It seems the Feds went to the churches to request help with the illegal immigration crisis and churches are usually fairly conservative. So where are the Liberal organizations who will step in to help with the illegal immigration problems with their own funds and unpaid time? I don’t see any Progs lining up to donate or volunteer.

      • Lulu says:

        They went to non profits of a few churches who like to make a profit. One of the biggest outfits calls itself “Baptist Families” or some such rot. It is neither Baptist nor family. It is a non-profit that started out running a “private” orphanage in Maryland that morphed into a “non-profit” that subcontracts to who ever has a problem that is willing to pay them to deal with it. They pay themselves exceptionally well with government contracts. They hire lots of security guards that call themselves “brownshirts” and threaten contracted medical staff not to talk to the media. This is the outfit “buying” the fifty million dollar resort in south Texas for illegals. It appears the DHS has been “prepaying” them for services in preparation to staff up as they planned for the invasion since 2010.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I read where Glenn Beck (and some other conservative???) are sending semi’s full of food and clothes to the border “kids”. The left is hammering him for exploiting his good will for ….wait for it….attention. So was wondering too, how are the lefties helping?

        • Lulu says:

          They are volunteering other people’s money, schools, facilities like they always do. It makes them feel good for six seconds until the serotonin kicks out. Kirsten Powers went to the border and talked to some preselected children and had a religious experience or something. But it wasn’t enough for her put a few of them in her house and pay for them so it couldn’t have been that big of a religious calling. But apparently it is my responsibility to have my school taxes doubled so she can have a Jesus vision and act like a prat on television.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I am surprised that our dear governor did not offer to bus all the Rs and non-affiliated out of state so Maryland could fill up with potential Ds. Goodness knows they have made it abundantly clear they want no one who does not agree 110% with the current regime’s positions.

    • swanspirit says:

      He is one of the worst of the worst , AND he is so smug he has presidential ambitions .

  12. Kathy says:

    These distributions of people defy common sense. It’s either utter stupidity or an attempt to push republicans into a loaded response to run on this fall.

    • Lulu says:

      We refuse to keep 75 million illegals in Texas. Not going to happen. The rest of the country is going to get their share too. This is finally making the rest of the country understand that the border is not the Texas-Mexican border. It is the United States (like all fifty states and ALL citizens) and Mexican border. If the border is not enforced it is your border too that is not being enforced. This is something that the rest of the country has not thought about nor had to deal with until now. If Maryland can say no illegals there then so can Texas or Arizona say it or any other state. If Texas is not part of the US just say so and we can start up our own shit but don’t say we seceded because we have been kicked out by being given a different set of laws we have to abide by. There is a little equal protection problem with Obama and I suspect that will be another lawsuit soon too. Take your share or demand the border be closed.

      • WMCB says:

        HONK! And that is the issue, and has been for years. Everyone rips on AZ, TX, etc for doing it “wrong” and their attitude being so “mean”, but watch how damn fast they get fucking “xenophobic” when the poor, uneducated, possibly criminal third world needs to get dumped in THEIR backyard.

        I have sympathy for many of those illegals. No, I don’t think they are animals, they are human beings. But reality is reality. It’s like drowning response: you can’t save someone by letting them take you down. Mexico and Central America are drowning. And while I don’t mind helping, I am not willing to have my country go down to do it.

        • Lulu says:

          The illegals are seeking many different things. Safety. Opportunity. Freebies. Medical care. Things that all normal human beings want. What they have not been willing to do is rebel against a corrupt system that runs everything in southern North America . It is far easier to pick up and leave especially if nothing is stopping them like an enforced border. If there is no where for them to run their governments will be overthrown. Anyone who doesn’t like their system or circumstances is encouraged (officially now) to leave. All of this stuff about poverty is their economic system which only benefits the upper class. They have excess labor (this is why so many turn to drug trafficking as it is a living) and too many children (it is their culture) so they get rid of them by facilitating migration (trains! buses! jet skis! Obama sneakers!) to prevent any problems for the upper classes. Cynical nasty monsters the lot of them including our globalists Vile Progs.

        • foxyladi14 says:


      • elliesmom says:

        I absolutely agree with you. Start with the sanctuary cities. Then the blue states. But don’t leave the red states out. Just keep shipping them out of Texas until the rest of the country says, “Uncle”.

      • Constance says:

        No way should Texas be stuck with this. I’m glad to see many Illegals resettled into the Northeast states where the decisions are made to not enforce the southern border. It’s time to force the northeastern liberals to get real every day about some of their unworkable ideas.

        • elliesmom says:

          Actually, most sanctuary cities and states are in the western states. The entire state of Oregon is on the list.

          • lyn says:

            I live in southern Oregon, and my neighbors are Mexican immigrants. Right now, I’m listening to a conference call with OR. Rep. Greg Walden, and a lady is mad that the illegal immigrant children are being relocated in small town Oregon. She blamed both Bush and Obama. Walden said they expect 90,000 this year; he said that before 2009 it was about 9,000 a year.

          • elliesmom says:

            I’d like to see the People’s Republic of Cambridge flooded with illegal immigrants. I just take umbrage with the idea all of the crazies are concentrated in the NE. There are enough to go around.

          • Lulu says:

            The 90,000 are minors. Supposedly. Over 300,000 non minors have illegally entered also this fiscal year since October 2013. They really have no idea how many have come over the border. 300,000 is way low. They also only are releasing how many turn themselves in or are caught. My guess is over a million since October. They have been dumping them secretly since then at least.

          • Constance says:

            We have a lot of Hispanic folks in Washington but they seem pretty well assimilated even though they do have their own segments of town. They still interact with the major culture all the time and seemingly with no problem. Most seem to have roots in the area.

            But I do agree send the illegals to sanctuary cities and then to the stomping grounds of the Federal government. That is where the decision to leave the border wide open is coming from so let them deal with the consequences of their idiocy. I think the Catholic church is big in the sanctuary city movement so dump the illegals on the church.

            We don’t need to empty out central America and Mexico into the USA, the citizens of those countries need to clean up their governments. If we are going to take all these people then we need to take over Mexico and Central America too so we at least get the resources to help pay for their populations.

  13. lyn says:

    OT, funding for home health and hospice care is going to be drastically cut by 2017 because of Obamacare.

    • lyn says:

      Walden estimated that in 2017 70 percent of the Oregon home health and hospice care companies will be operating in the red because of the cuts.

  14. mothy67 says:

    I just checked the list and Pittsburgh was just added. Claims the city will shrivel up or something if we don’t have more young people. BULLSHIT. It’s for the visas that benefit high tech/hospitals/research. How stupid do they think we are?

    • WMCB says:

      There was a recent study that proved that there is ZERO shortage of tech and STEM workers in the USA. The corps lie so they can import what amounts to indentured labor from overseas via H1B visas.

      My husband sees it at work. If you come on an H1B visa, you come for that specific job. If you get fired, it’s back to India or wherever for you, you can’t look for another job here, you were approved for THAT specific company/job. Just how amenable are those employees to shut up, not make waves, and put up with whatever treatment or salary they are offered? They are indentured servants in all but name.

      And that’s who the assholes would rather hire than Americans – a slave class they can control.

      • mothy67 says:

        So very wealthy company gets some cheap labor and the by products are unemployed US citizens with the quallifications and children being sent all over the place(gangs and drugs are just frosting) but the big guys save a few bucks. Where is Occupy?
        I give up. The Stand is on Netlix- read it when I was 13 in two days. I’ve never seen the mini-series(Molly Ringwald put me off, it does have Patrick from Sponge Bob). An apocalyptic movie should lift my spirits.

      • DandyTIger says:

        That is exactly correct. I’ve seen that for years in silicon valley and throughout in high tech firms. There is absolutely no shortage. Trouble is, you have to pay Americans a reasonable wage, and they have choices and can leave if you suck. Indentured servants are better for them. And they’re very often Dem headed corps.

        • WMCB says:

          My husband has actually had other docs approach him about starting a multi-specialty clinic in an underserved area. To work in it? Not really. To invest in and oversee it, but HIRE lower paid (and frankly, poorer trained) docs from overseas to actually do the bulk of the staffing. Easy money! they said.

          He turned them down. But yes, lots of people are making money on this corrupt system.

          • The Klown says:

            Can you guess where lots of VA doctors come from?

          • WMCB says:

            Not surprised. He’s just hanging in there until he eventually retires, but y’all have NO IDEA the state of medicine in this country. It’s fucking sad. More and more full of doctors and nurses who can follow a govt algorythm all day long, and never had an original thought or a curious, diagnostic mind in their life. “What does the flow chart say their diagnosis/treatment should be?” No one cares to question, or ask “why?”, or connect any dots. It’s assembly-line medicine, and while that IS very effective for the largest number, it sucks ass if you happen to not fit the diagnostic profile. Because you WILL be forced into a category, because the system is built for that, not exceptions. That kind of system is great for the fat part of the bell curve, diagnostically speaking, but can do NOTHING for the tails. It takes a real live curious human mind trained in MEDICINE, not compliance and statistics, to do that.

            And a generation will grow up thinking that cog-in-the-machine, what-is-good-for-the-statistically-largest-number-is-automatically-best-for-the-individual healthcare is normal, and the best ever. Because they will have never experienced the golden age of medicine in the USA, when it was actually human-based, and individual, and an art, and a calling.

            When all of the old-school docs and nurses are finally retired and shuffled off, it’s going to get REALLY bad, really fast.

          • foxyladi14 says:

            It’s all about the Benjamin’ s. 😡

        • DandyTIger says:

          I should qualify that it doesn’t mean we won’t have STEM shortages in the future. There is a real problem in underserved populations with STEM education. But we can’t solve that problem if we have to spend all our money on an invasion of illegals and on Obamacare and bailing out wall street and banks, etc. In other words, if we keep establishment policies in place.

  15. mothy67 says:

    What really pisses me off is that the will of the people is being totally ignored. Valid fears are silenced with cries of racism and xenophobia.

    • lyn says:

      People are upset and angry. Politicians can ignore them at their own peril.

      • Monster from the Id says:

        What peril? Let’s not forget the unaccountable, easily-hacked vote-counting computers. As long as the pols please the Masters who control the computers…

  16. lyn says:

    Victor Davis Hanson makes good points. The one I like : “The first step would be the completion of the fence. Fences do work. That is why, for example, former mayor of Los Angeles and open-borders advocate Antonio Villaraigosa (‘We don’t need to build walls, we need to build bridges’) became the first mayor in Los Angeles history to insist on a six-foot-high security fence around his official mayoral residence in Windsor Square, or why the White House, the homes of Silicon Valley billionaires, and the vacation homes of the elite on Martha’s Vineyard all have security fences. How odd that we are lectured about the Neanderthal nature of secure borders by elites who are about the only ones in America who demand them around their own estates.”

    • mothy67 says:

      Gay Patriot has a clip of Walter’s World at the top of the page today. Someone said he didn’t belirve in borders and Walter(think that his name) said do you have a door on your house?

    • foxyladi14 says:

      And all those gated communities. Wright!!!! 🙂

  17. WMCB says:

    I am seeing a lot of black ppl on Twitter quoting Malcolm X lately. And they are right. Look, becoming the “client tribe” of any other tribe is a recipe for betrayal. They can always replace you with a client tribe that is more advantageous for them. The overall govt needs to look out for all equally, but if you want your own group/culture to prosper, that’s best done by YOU.

    This is one reason why I laugh at those who gripe about the Jews always “looking out for their own”, or Koreans doing so, or whoever. So? That is normal human behavior. Hate and violence is unacceptable, (which is why I dislike the Black Panthers), but I have ZERO problem with a black person saying “black ppl need to look out for black ppl.” Yeah, that’s been NORMAL for thousands of years. It’s only the idiot progressives who tried to convince you to turn control of your cultural identity over to them, and become vassals of muliticulturalism (which they conveniently remain above.)

    Malcolm X foresaw all this shit. Not perfect, but a smart, smart man.

    • The Klown says:

      And they shot him dead.

      • WMCB says:

        Yep. If most of the black community had generally followed his advice, rather than following the path of dependency (Oops, sorry, “cooperation and brotherhood” dispensed by their betters) they’d be a) better off and b) there would be LESS racial tension, not more.
        And it’s hard for progressives to maintain power if you don’t have envious groups of people to pit against each other. And people who can do for themselves tend not to be angry and envious, even if the “other” is a little better off.

  18. DeniseVB says:

    Our next President ?

  19. The Klown says:

    I was tempted to reply “HE SAID YOU HAD A FINE VAGINA!”

  20. WMCB says:

    So, Holder’s wife doesn’t take Medicaid. ACA for thee, not for me.

  21. leslie says:

    OT ~ If anyone needs something from Comcast, now is the time to ask for it… I had to go to the “Comcast Store” (LOL) where I was one of maybe 25 people. There were only 4 customer service reps when I arrived. A few more came out to the floor after a few minutes. Not one person left unhappy. Not one. when they called my name, and I stated my needs. the fellow cheerfully responded and when I asked for something else (a new remote control) and asked about the difference between the cable box I returned and the new one I was provided, he answered my questions without a sigh, or a “look” on his face, or rolling his eyes. I asked if he had heard the Comcast phone call that has been everywhere since yesterday, He laughed and said yes, there was a meeting about it in the store. I’m glad I waited until today to run this particular errand.

    • leslie says:

      Please, just ignore the punctuation errors. I guess I’m getting ready to return to work where everything is done in a rush and punctuation isn’t quiets so important. (Unless, of course, we are quoting someone.)

    • 1539days says:

      Maybe the Comcast Time Warner merger might not be a bad thing. I had to wait in line about 10 minutes at TW today. At least they made the lobby bigger so we weren’t all crushed by the entrance.

  22. Lulu says:

    Leahy, Deval Patrick, and lord who knows else has invoked the Holocaust in reference to returning illegal aliens to their own homes in their own country. I thought Jews were shipped away from their homes not to them? What was that old rule? Whoever invokes Hitler, etc first has already lost the argument? Godwin’s law of Progressives? Godwin’s law of historical illiterates?

    • lyn says:

      The USA is one big immigrant concentration camp? Bastards like Leahy are so entrenched. I’d love to see illegal immigrants sent to Vermont.

      • elliesmom says:

        The people who live in northern Vermont call it “The Northern Kingdom”. It’s like going back in time to visit there. Only the main roads are paved. Forget your cellphone. There’s no service. I’m not sure everyone has indoor plumbing. But there’s lots of space. 😉

  23. Constance says:

    I think bringing up the Holocaust relative to illegal Aliens is in very bad taste. What planet are these people from?

  24. The Klown says:
  25. westcoaster says:

    grammar break: Weird Al “Word Crimes”

    • Lulu says:

      My best guess is that the Weslaco, Tx ZONING committee said “Hell NO!”. No zoning granted for a frigging jail. Snowbirds are a really big seasonal business down there. That resort is for “winter Texans”. They spend a huge amounts of money in the area, it employs people and the locals like them as they come back year after year and they aren’t criminals. Weslaco is very near Harlingen and South Padre Island and is very pricey real estate. This non”Baptist” group is starting to be investigated and they don’t like it.

      • Lulu says:

        This is what I think the feds are running into. They use contractors for this kind of stuff. The contractors try to buy/rent a place to turn into a sort of jail and can’t get zoning permission for it in Texas. They could build out of towns and cities without zoning requirements but it isn’t where they want them, they would have to build from scratch, get water permission permits etc which wouldn’t be granted by the state, and they have no time. Hiring staff to work in the boonies is never easy and there is no place for the jail, … compassionate servers of humanity to live. Federal property like border stations, immigration centers which are too small, and military bases are not subject to zoning. They own it and can do anything there that the Congress will fund or not object to what is going on there. They cannot buy up a lot of property because they don’t have the appropriations and/or no one will sell it to them. Are they willing to condemn property through the courts to house illegals? No and they don’t have time. The leaks on what they are trying to do cannot be stopped. As usual an ignorant administration with no practical knowledge about anything has hit a wall. So they tell the media the illegals have privacy rights at a WH briefing. And the polling for the administration gets worse daily.

        • lyn says:

          How can illegals have privacy rights when Americans do not?!

          • leslie says:

            “How can illegals have privacy rights when Americans do not?!”

            Because……shut up.

          • lyn says:

            OK. 😀

          • Lulu says:

            I guess they are claiming that they are minors. Closed records for minors and all that. But adult records for crimes are OPEN records. But they are hiding the adult records too. Probably if we saw the real stuff going on there would be rage strokes across the country and ER’s would be overwhelmed. Or something. I’m sure it is for our own good. /S/

  26. mothy67 says:

    For real the name of the new White House rapid response team is factovists. Tweeted today. Check out the responses on twitchy. Like shooting fish in a barrel.

  27. lildoggy4u says:

    I must tell you about my discussion with a young lady when I went to get my haircut today. She had a bumper sticker that said “Tea Party sounds so much nicer than racists and bigots”. I commented on it to her and lead into a conversation about the Boston Tea Party. She had never heard of it

    • Lulu says:

      I think of them as the history illiterates. They are not so much stupid as profoundly ignorant. It makes it so much easier to brainwash them. For every history illiterate located, a dollar should be deducted from their school superintendent, principal, history and social studies teacher’s pensions. Soon those educators would owe us money instead of us owing them a dime.

  28. Lulu says:

    The Klown is prescient again. July 10, 2014 Sarah Palin, Impeachment and Shifting the Overton Window and now on July 16.2014 “The issue came up enough in the meeting, one person in the room said, that it caused some anxiety among immigration reform advocates that Obama could use the threat of impeachment as a rationale against going too big or too fast on executive actions.”

    “Impeachment is one of the rare things that nearly everyone in Washington can agree on: it’s a radical idea, and there’s no way it’s happening. But in a White House that’s seen enough ideas move from the fringe to the mainstream they are, with a level of disbelief, finding themselves talking about the topic more and more.”

    Obama has screwed over the open border lefties again and again. He could have immigration reform instead of Obamacare when he had the all Dem congress but he didn’t. He promised them the moon in 2008 AND 2012. All they got was “Dreamers” which has helped cause the big mess. He has hollowed out border enforcement since at least 2010 and fudged the numbers all along. Now immigration, specifically illegal immigration, is the number one problem the public considers. It jumped from 5% in 06/14 to 17% in 07/14. That is unprecedented. Governors are freaked out from public outrage directed at them and I would suspect that Congresscritters will be too when they come back from their break in their districts. Obama is going to back out on his promises to the open border morons again to save his own hide if it isn’t too late. He is afraid of impeachment. The polls must be doozies.

    • lyn says:

      The average American has had enough. An unsecured border slaps every American in the face. The press cannot cover Obama’s ass this time.

      • mothy67 says:

        Open border people have their heads up their asses. Imagine the gangs. Have these people never seen East LA?

        • The Klown says:

          If someone tells you they believe in open borders, ask them if they have any doors in their home.

          • Lulu says:

            I have gotten looks of horror when I say if we don’t have borders we don’t have a country and we don’t have a country we don’t have federal law and I don’t have to do a goddamned thing the president, Congress and courts of nothing no country anymore say. They are doing away with their own authority and power which is idiocy.

  29. mothy67 says:

    Please tell me Gateway pundit is not reliable or that a have broken completely from reality. This can just not be true.

  30. The Klown says:

    New post up finally!

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