Weekly Wrap Up

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It’s been an interesting week. Here is my take-away.
Hillary = Untrustworthy

(Yeah, what turnip truck did you fall off of? — Never mind. It’s a Bloomberg report, and they’re just catching on.)

Black is Beautiful

I’ve tried to wait before blogging about the situation in Baltimore, a “black city”, run by negroes, represented in Congress by a negro, etc. My feelings are likely “racist”, but it’s difficult not to be when discussing a black city run by that same demographic. Almost all crime in Baltimore may be characterized as committed by its residents – who are negroes.

They need to hire an all black police force so that crime will end…

Rioting and looting were looked upon by the benevolent executives of the City of Baltimore as normal and asked the police not to intervene. Looking off into the future, insurance rates for businesses who choose to do business there are likely to be so prohibitively high as to preclude their remaining. Or in the case of politically correct chain stores that remain, they’ll pass the cost of looting on to their stores nationwide.
More ObamaPhones are not required because the place will vote for any Democratic Party candidate, irrespective of criminal history, suitability for office or qualifications. The progressive left won’t choke down that these inner city slums are their handiwork, but that’s precisely what they are.
#White Lives Matter

WHAT did the US Marine Corps find?

Apparently,  after 15 years, it’s still around. A report from HMC-1 via the most trusted blog in the US Military.

18 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap Up

  1. My old company had its national HQ in White Marsh, MD, north of Baltimore. I used to love going down to the Inner Harbor in Baltimore when I would be summoned to White Marsh from my local branch operations….in Detroit. This was in the mid 1990s.

    I used to make a stark contrast between what Baltimore was doing right vs what Detroit was doing wrong. Now that distinction has completely disappeared.

  2. Killary is certainly full of it, could that be the reason for the looting of the depends shelves in Baltimore…

  3. Hilly is not a nice person. Her Secret Service guards hate her – or so I'm told. They are usually a good judge of the character of the guarded one. That doesn't mean they wouldn't take a bullet for her, just that they would hate doing it.

  4. I went through the two week protection course that the SS puts on. Really, no joke. I failed one of the scenarios when they threw a dummy hand grenade into the entourage and I grabbed the person playing the protected person (fellow classmate) and dropped them on the grenade with me on top of that.

    I thought that it was funny as all get out. The SS didn't… but they let me complete the course and get the certificate all the same.

  5. Baltimore was and is just waiting to cook off — I predict Philly's next but there's plenty of other candidates.

    Not much left in Detroit to burn, of course, so maybe it'll be spared.

  6. You mean you might have second thoughts about protecting Her Imperial Highness, Hillary (HIHH)?

  7. Link's broke on the Marine link. Bal'more is circling the drain… But it's OUR fault, not 40+ years of Dem control…

  8. I grabbed the person playing the protected person (fellow classmate) and dropped them on the grenade with me on top of that.

    Damn clear thinking, right there.

  9. Voice in the earpiece: "Move your head three inches to the left, LL."

    Thwack: Biden's the new boss.

  10. Sorry about the link. It the Duffle Blog entry about finding something Hillary left in Marine 1…

  11. I thought so.

    They took me aside and counseled me (as part of the course).

    My feelings on the matter then (and now) are with a few exceptions (Reagan being one), it's easier to replace the politician than the SS agents or the by-standers.

  12. Which part, Hillary's turd surfacing with the USMC after 15 years or the fact that even Bloomberg thinks that she's untrustworthy?

  13. All of the places that are "locks" for the Democratic machine are urban hells or fonts of intellectual wisdom – like Massachusetts.

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