Day of Rage

I got your rage right here, buddy.


Open thread.

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  1. votermom says:

    So many kids killed in France. Still can’t think of it.

    • taw46 says:

      I saw on the news that an American man and his 11 yr old son were among the victims. Many international victims, lots of tourists in Nice.

  2. taw46 says:

    Bringing this up here. Newt from last night.

  3. Dora says:

    This is him!

  4. votermom says:

    repost as well

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:


    On behalf of the American people, I condemn in the strongest terms what appears to be a horrific terrorist attack in Nice, France, which killed and wounded dozens of innocent civilians. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and other loved ones of those killed, and we wish a full recovery for the many wounded. I have directed my team to be in touch with French officials, and we have offered any assistance that they may need to investigate this attack and bring those responsible to justice. We stand in solidarity and partnership with France, our oldest ally, as they respond to and recover from this attack.

    On this Bastille Day, we are reminded of the extraordinary resilience and democratic values that have made France an inspiration to the entire world, and we know that the character of the French Republic will endure long after this devastating and tragic loss of life.

    He used the T-word (once) but not the I-word.

    The guy who is responsible is dead.

    • elliesmom says:

      If Hillary Clinton wins this election, the entire nation owes Richard Nixon an apology. Watergate really was a 3rd rate burglary compared to this.

  6. Dora says:

    Things are going well someplace in the world. This is incredible! I think I love these new people who have taken over Britain.

    Britain SHUTS DOWN Its Global Warming Agency

    Britain’s new government abolished its Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) Thursday morning, ridding the country of its global warming bureaucracy.

    Read more:

    • votermom says:

      Oh I like his fire! Is he really out of the running for VP?

      • taw46 says:

        He will be somewhere in that administration.

      • Venus says:

        Yes, he is slated to speak at convention. So is Newt. That means neither is in running to be VP. This is all a head fake from Trump. Only 2 not slated to speak are Christie and Pence (the VP speaking slot is listed only as “VP”).

        I’m confident Flynn is going to be Sec. of Defense under Trump.
        Newt will probably be chief of staff –actually a better position for him than VP.

        Christie, if not VP, will probably be the AG to clean out the Holder/Lynch DOJ

    • DeniseVB says:

      Well, this makes me ragey.

      • taw46 says:

        “The general, who spent 33 years in the intelligence field, told The Daily Caller News Foundation he was never called in for a face-to-face meeting with Obama to offer his assessment of ISIS as it rampaged through the Middle East, or during the political meltdown of Libya and Egypt, or on Iran’s efforts to build a nuclear bomb, or of the “Russian reset” that ended in shambles.

        In four years, Flynn was never invited to brief the president on any kind of intelligence issue. Ever.”

  7. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This is a new tactic and (from their point of view) it was very effective. Expect to see more attacks like this one in the near future.

    • Lulu says:

      They are also going to where rich people hang out. As long as lower income and the non-rich and famous are hit the elite didn’t seem to care except in a “how terrible and we must reach out to the attackers to understand their pain to do something like this”. Blow up or mow down some movie stars, international banker’s kids, etc at the place of their shopping, watering holes, and villas and it starts getting real instead of just an abstraction of dead little people. Also the the migrant hordes are squatting for the summer in Lake Como and the richy-rich don’t like it because the mobs are supposed to be in Sicily or Greece.

      • Lulu says:

        Virtue signaling while some “refugee” guy is shitting in the driveway of your 30 million dollar villa is different you know.

      • Kathy says:

        This attack makes me so angry..even angrier than before. I saw Newt last night on Hannity and he was visibly mad. Then the am, Morning Joe has Keith Ellison on spouting the same bull about not being mean to the good Muslims we need to help us and I found myself screaming at the tv..’how is that strategy working out.’ It is quite literally the suicide strategy.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Amen Lulu

    • Constance says:

      This will be difficult for Liberals, they usually divert all their energy of condemnation after a terrorist attack (work place violence etc.) to gun control. Now what are they going to tout, truck control?

  8. Lulu says:

    Remember the people attacked after the San Jose Trump rally? Remember the shit head mayor and asshole police chief? The attacked people are suing the shit head and asshole and assorted attackers who are identified and others as John Does for violating their civil rights of free speech and assembly. “The lawsuit describes police ordering Trump supporters to walk directly into the maws of the anti-Trump mob and then failing to intercede when the Trump supporters were set upon and attacked by the mob. The suit alleges this was done at the direction of the mayor and police chief.” There is a link to the federal complaint. I hope the Cleveland police and the various groups attempting to violate citizens civil rights understand they could be next. Everyone can play that game who can write a complaint.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Those people were definitely not protected, we watched it live on tv and many youtube sources on a loop. I hope they win lots of $$$$$ and bankrupt those bastards. Just hoping they don’t get a sympathetic LaRaza judge.

      • Lulu says:

        That will be fun getting La Raza off the case and why judges are not supposed to go around joining up and attending radical meetings and shooting there mouth off like senile old ladies. I’m lookin’ at you Ruth. Being old and dopey is no excuse. This stuff needs to be investigated when the appointments are made so they can sit on ALL cases. No activist judges from ANY angle.

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  9. votermom says:

    It’s so hard not to be walking around angry and grieving because of these attacks. And bitter because the governments that are supposed to protect their citizens are enabling it.

  10. Kathy says:

    This attack makes me so angry..even angrier than before. I saw Newt last night on Hannity and he was visibly mad. Then the am, Morning Joe has Keith Ellison on spouting the same bull about not being mean to the good Muslims we need to help us and I found myself screaming at the tv..’how is that strategy working out.’ It is quite literally the suicide strategy.

    • Lulu says:

      First people need to understand that Islam is a first and foremost a political ideology with a few sparkle ponies and some magic thrown in as theology. It is like the greenies and Gaia shit. It is about economics (they are the masters and everyone else is a slave or worker bee to pay money to THEM) and sociology in that they are all superior beings and EVERYONE is just here to serve them and be used like camels and punished, terrorized and murdered for disobedience. It is medieval and brutal because it is about power not God. Top down, mafia like, and it attracts really, really dumb people who see a easy life with power over others. It is not comparable with anything in the West or our civilization. You cannot reason, bargain, or live with it. Any region that Islam dominates goes straight to shit.

      • taw46 says:

        Exactly. And yet very few will talk about this.

      • lizzy says:

        Lulu’s point is very important. Islam is not a religion but a political ideology. Spouting nonsense about sharia law actually is establishing a subversive totalitarian government. There is no tolerance of other religions and if it gains foothold our lives will be destroyed.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Hannity used the phrase “radical Islamic appeasement”.
      I think that pretty well sums up Obama and his administrations response to terrorism here in America.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Facts are not racist or hate speech. Keep ’em coming Sheriff Clarke !

    • Lulu says:

      He gets it. It is about the power of life and death over other people. Period. Pay me, do what I say or you die or wish you had. They do it to their own families, neighbors, etc. It is the ultimate authoritarianism which is why globalist fascists like it so much and can’t kiss their butts enough because all they have to do is covert when the time is right or hide it. Bastards!

  12. DeniseVB says:


  13. taw46 says:

    “While everyone is fixated on the drama in Cleveland and Trump’s choice of a running mate, our political class is still violating our sovereignty and security with endless migrants from the Middle East. We have so many emergencies within our national security apparatus and military that can and should be addressed within the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), yet the GOP-Senate chose to focus on more immigration as their final act before recess.”

  14. kanaughty says:

    It occurred to me that there is a fundamental difference between islam and christianity. Sharia asks their people to judge one another even if it includes deciding on each other’s death. God asks us not to and that he/she be the only judge on who lives and who dies.

    I am glad to be a christian/catholic when it comes to this. We are right now the actual religion of peace not the judging to death islamists in the 21st century.

    I am tired of the apologists of this when it is written in their code to judge then to kill anyone who doesn’t believe their ways or they go against their sharia laws. I could never understand why the US just ignores Saudis human rights violations up until this day against gays or people who try to convert away from islam.

    And i am tired of islamists using proof in our history or bible verses that we have killed. The problem is we are not terrorizing people anymore. It’s been years maybe centuries since christians have used their religion as a reason to wipe out other religions or peoples. So it’s like they want us now to apologize for ancestors centuries ago by killing us.

    Everything is weirdly upside down.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Sharia Law (what the radical islamists are pushing on the world) is simply not compatible with any civilized nation. Especially not ours, a nation of humane laws, unless you’re a white cop 😦 I don’t see how Hillary can take money from the Saudis when their human rights record is everything she’s personally against … oppressing women and killing gays?

      • Lulu says:

        I can’t look at her anymore. What the Saudi’s do to women, girls, children, and slaves and she takes their money. How much more hypocritical can anyone get?

      • CiscoKid says:

        Its simple. No consence, lust for power and first and foremost GREED.

      • Constance says:

        ” I don’t see how Hillary can take money from the Saudis when their human rights record is everything she’s personally against … oppressing women and killing gays?”

        Is Hillary against oppressing women and killing gays? I feel like Hillary doesn’t have an allegiance to women in general, she seeks power for herself and she attempts imitation malehood to join the status quo political elitists.

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  17. votermom says:

    seen on fb

    According to Le Figaro (in French, center-right daily) when the truck stalled due to a pergola jutting out onto the promenade, an unarmed passer-by tried to jump the driver/islamikaze. The latter opened fire with his handgun, but then two cops jumped in, he started shooting at them, and they returned fire and shot him dead.


  18. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I will be disappointed if this “Days of Rage” thingie turns out to be all fizzle and no sizzle. I want riots, major disruptions, and a triple-digit body count.

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Lulu says:

      If they would pay him he would get very passionate. But unlike the Saudi’s they don’t have any money. And he doesn’t need their vote anymore so they’re fucked.

    • swanspirit says:

      He gets a little upset when people criticize the Muslims, and especially after a terrorist attack.

  20. DeniseVB says:

    Trump just tweeted out it’s Pence. News conference tomorrow.

  21. DandyTIger says:

    I want Gunny (R. Lee Ermey) for something in Trump’s admin:

  22. DeniseVB says:

    Hope Lola checks in soon to give her excellent analysis on her governor.

    I’m not fussed about the Pence pick and maybe I owe the media an apology for slamming them for confirming Pence before Trump did. Or not, screw them, now maybe I can enjoy their bashing free for all? VP picks are not that important to me, they’re decoration, and that heartbeat away thing, surely gotta give Trump credit for making his first decision a politically safe, and possibly “uniting the party”. I mean really, who can be worse than Joe Biden, who was just likable enough ? 🙂

    I know nothing about Pence. I think the most important part of a Presidency is appointing the best experts in their fields to Cabinet positions and meet with them regularly. We know Dems just appoint friends with money. How has that turned out? Geesh, Hillary’s State Dept anyone? A total mess as is the Worrrrrrld. I rest my case 😉

    • AFVet says:

      Pence is very fiscally conservative.
      Indiana is on sound economic footing, one of the best in the Nation.
      He leaves it with a surplus after lowering their taxes.
      Trump said that he needed advice from someone that is experienced in how congress works and Pence was respected while in congress.

    • Anthony says:

      Traditionally, the VP pick is made to shore up votes among a candidate’s weakest demographic. Pence is a lot more conservative than Tump on social issues (gay marriage, etc). Also, has some significant support in the Rust Belt, which Trump is doing well in but could do a lot better if he had more support from social conservatives. Just my thoughts.

      In the end, its between Trump and ClintObama but VP picks can bring reluctant party members on board

    • elliesmom says:

      Pence is terrible on Trump’s signature issues like trade and immigration. It’s why this choice makes me worry Trump isn’t as committed as he says he is. If we elect him, and he caves to the GOPe on those issues, then what difference does it make? For me, Pence is going to have to do a major switch and be convincing about it.

      • DeniseVB says:

        The GOP rogues supporting Trump since he clinched the primary. If Trump caves to political correctness and globalism, he’ll have US to answer to. I’m not a kool aid sheeple. 😉

      • Somebody says:

        While it’s true Pence expressed support for TPP on immigration he has supported both a border fence and tougher stances on immigration. He offered up a compromise of “touchback” amnesty for those that “qualified”… not criminals etc. He proposed that as a compromise to more hard line deportation in an effort to get immigration reform through when he was in congress. I don’t think he and Trump are too far apart on immigration it’s trade where they differ. Well trade and social issues.

        • elliesmom says:

          In 2006, he and Kay Bailey Hutchinson proposed an immigration bill that included increased border security. But it also proposed a guest worker program and a path to citizenship for illegals. If part of the purpose of immigration is preserve jobs for American citizens, then 2/3 of their plan works against that. I haven’t seen anywhere that Pence has moved from that. It doesn’t mean he hasn’t. I’m willing to listen. I’m just not pleased with choice at this point. Jeb Bush has all of the same qualifications, and he wouldn’t make me happy either.

          • Lulu says:

            Things about immigration and the US economy have gotten much worse since 2006. I would expect Pence to have “evolved” in Trump’s direction since then and especially if he was talked to and vetted to be VP. He is as of now not allowed to get very far from Trump’s position on anything. The NeverTrumpers who are now thrilled need to understand that.

      • Venus says:

        I usually agree with you on most everything, but when has the top of the ticket changed signature issues to suit the VP?
        It’s always the other way around.
        VPs are picked for party unity and bringing fence straddles over to sign on to the top slot’s policies.
        Trump may value party unity, but he picked Pence because of the obvious Rust Belt strategy he’s going for: ie he thinks Pence will help him to win in November so that hr can put Trumps signature policies in place, not Pence’s.

        • Lulu says:

          Yup. He is a milquetoast too. Head of departments and agencies are more important.

        • elliesmom says:

          Not usually, but I still believe Trump chose Pence to stop the #NeverTrumps from disrupting the convention. If he caved on choosing his VP choice to placate them, then he’s not the fighter he says he is. I don’t believe they would have sacrificed the Republican Party. They’ll just vote for Hillary. When Trump first entered the race, I thought it was a vanity run. Over the months since I’ve slowly warmed to the idea he might be a good president. I’ve never been an enthusiastic supporter, though. This is the first big decision he’s had to make. I don’t like his choice. The only reason I voted for McCain in 2008 was because he chose Sarah Palin. The VP choice does matter to me. In 2008, every time Hillary did something that put my “spidey sense” on high alert, I talked myself out of it. This time I’m not invested enough to ignore it.

  23. Dora says:

    I like the picture. 🙂

  24. DeniseVB says:

    For those of you not on the CPAC email list, they are ecstatic about Pence……

    ACU’s Matt Schlapp on Selection of Gov. Pence

    “This is a great day for conservatism and great news for conservatives. Governor Mike Pence is an excellent pick to be the Vice President. He is a proven leader who has worked with grassroots conservatives to advance policies and solutions that strengthen our economy, our national defense, and our families. His Reagan-esque approach, as a great communicator with the courage of his convictions, sends the signal to conservatives across America that Donald Trump is eager to bring Americans together to reject Hillary Clinton’s plans to continue President Obama’s radical agenda. We are proud to call Mike and his wife Karen friends of ACU and we are very pleased with this selection.”

    Now if we can only get the NeverTrumpers to join forces to help squish Hillary as the cockroach that she is, we be #WINNING !

    (no offense meant to cockroaches)

  25. votermom says:

    This is awful

    • CiscoKid says:

      Well there there it is folks, government cover up of the barbarism by islamic terrorist.
      That is the face of the enemy.

  26. votermom says:

    His guardian angel works overtime

    Justice Clarence Thomas left Nice hours before the attack.

  27. Dora says:

    For what it’s worth, Emmett Tyrrell wrote this opinion piece for the NY Post yesterday. He must be happy today.


    Mike Pence will be a great running mate for Trump

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