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Holy Shit September 15, 2012

Posted by Sobek in News.

Blasphemy against Islam is now a crime in America.


Not that we weren’t warned:

“When I became the Nasa administrator, he [Obama the Treasonous] charged me with three things.

“… third, and perhaps foremost, he wanted me to find a way to reach out to the Muslim world and engage much more with dominantly Muslim nations to help them feel good about their historic contribution to science, math, and engineering.”

I bet they feel pretty damn good about themselves right now.  They’ve brought the mightiest nation in the world to cower in fear before their murder-cult.


And in June, 2009:

“I consider it part of my responsibility as President of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear.”

Well done, sir.  You’ve certainly reinforced my belief that Muslims are murder-crazed savages who can and will threaten your pathetic ass into making insulting Muhammad a crime against the U.S. Constitution.


Let’s ask Margaret Thatcher what she thinks about all this nonsense:

We had to fight the enemy without in the Falklands. We always have to be aware of the enemy within, which is much more difficult to fight and more dangerous to liberty.

What the Muslims did to America with this:

Is nowhere near as dangerous to our country as what Obama did to America with this:

The brown shirts are a nice touch.


I had forgotten about this one.  You know how Obama likes to sue States for trying to create jobs or enforce immigration laws?  I never heard about him suing Dearborn when it outlawed the First Amendment in cases that Muslims don’t like.  That’s kinda weird, huh?  President Lady’s Tee knows how to send in the lawyers, but chose not to do so when the First Amendment was threatened.

Coming Soon:

Soon to be mandatory viewing in our public schools:

The government will edit out the sarcasm, of course.  For our own good.


It has long been Obama’s policy to decline to prosecute Muslims who fundraise for terrorism.


1. Sobek - September 15, 2012

The midnight knock is a nice touch, but so is arresting him on Saturday morning, when fewer people are paying attention because of the weekend.

2. kevl - September 15, 2012

Dude I love you, but you are scaring me to death with these posts.

I just got finished reading a quasi-conspiracy theory apocalypse story, published in 2003, which was supposed to be “fiction.”
It’s all happening now.

I am developing a Prepper mentality. Your next post needs to detail what I do next: a weapons bunker or a run on duct tape.

3. Sobek - September 15, 2012

Blame Geoff. He double dog dared me to post again. You can’t back down from that.

4. daveintexas - September 15, 2012

shotgun. Start there.

And maybe some ice cream.

5. Sobek - September 16, 2012

KC, that’s actually an excellent question. And while weapons (plus the proficiency to use them!) and duct tape are always in fashion, your question deserves a follow-up post in response.

That should keep Geoff happy.

6. kevl - September 16, 2012

Well, we must please geoff. It’s all about geoff. And my growing anxiety.

I’ve shot guns with you fellers, but never a shotgun or rifle. Reckon it’s time for room broom training.

7. Michael - September 16, 2012

12 gauge pump action with 00 buckshot is what you want. Security grade models (meaning, not good enough to actually hunt birds or something) are pretty cheap. It should have about an 18″ barrel, reasonably maneuverable in close quarters. The reason you definitely want a pump is because the sound of racking a shell is so recognizable and loud that 99.9% of home intruders will leave ASAP without you having to make a big bloody mess. Nobody wants to get into a fight with a shotgun at close range. They are just too frickin’ dangerous.

Years ago I saw coroner’s pictures of a guy who had been murdered with a 12 gauge (my boss had been appointed to represent the defendant). Stupid thrill kill of a hitchhiker. The pics were gruesome. This guy had a big hole blown through his chest that you could see through.

8. Retired Geezer - September 16, 2012

Mrs. Geezer’s favorite weapon in Cowboy Action Shooting was the 12ga shotgun

9. daveintexas - September 16, 2012


This is good advice.

Pad your shoulder some.

10. Pupster - September 16, 2012

Not a whole lot of difference in hole making ability at 10 feet with a 20ga and a 12ga. Less shoulder pain to learn to shoot, too.

11. kevl - September 16, 2012

Can’t I just shoot from the hip? That should hit something. I imagine the sound of that racking would cause a bad guy to shit his pants. He’d leave a trail as he was running away.

12. daveintexas - September 16, 2012

That’s the best thing about a shotgun. You have hips..

ok wait a minute I think I messed that up.

13. lauraw - September 16, 2012

Scott and I also were wondering about what the best home defense weapons are that we should have, say, within the next two months, for killing goblins that may creep out of some nearby areas.

I said shotgun, he said handguns. They both have their advantages.

14. daveintexas - September 16, 2012

different tools. When you’re sleepy, and also wondering who’s in the house that you don’t wanna shoot, shotguns are teh choice.

Handguns are for out and about. BUT, both are very effective if you have hips.

15. Michael - September 16, 2012

Yes, you actually can shoot from the hip. A Mossberg security shotgun comes with a pistol grip that you can easily install in place of the regular stock to facilitate hip shooting at close range, when aiming is not important or difficult.

If you want to kill zombies at 30 yards before they get over the fence, you need the shoulder stock so you can sight down the barrel.

But again, the important thing about a shotgun is sound effect. Rack it loud, and save yourself the trouble of explaining a body to the police, fixing walls, and buying new carpeting. With 00 buckshot, you are throwing a full ounce of metal with enormous kinetic energy. That easily outguns even a large handgun like a .45 with a 230 grain bullet.

16. Bryan Caskey - September 16, 2012

A Remington 870 is about as reliable as it gets for pump-action shotguns.

17. daveintexas - September 16, 2012

the most important thing, is to be ready and able to shoot.

People coming into your home at night, you can’t hesitate. Because they are bad people.

18. Michael - September 16, 2012

Unless it’s your kid coming home from college and she neglected to tell you, because she’s all butthurt about a fight with her boyfriend. Or your drunk neighbor who accidentally walked through the wrong door that you left unlocked. Or your spouse coming home early from a fishing trip that got rained out.

Probably a good idea to yell “who’s there” before you open fire.

19. daveintexas - September 16, 2012

*remembers the time I wandered in and my dad yanked me by the collar and damn near broke my jaw*

Ok. Holler. But get down low with the gun when you do

20. Michael - September 16, 2012

I’ll bet your dad recognized you and gave you a pop just because you deserved it.


21. Retired Geezer - September 16, 2012

Mossberg 500 comes with 2 barrels, one short and one long.
Reliable and inexpensive

22. Tushar - September 17, 2012

If anyone breaks into Scott’s house, I am afraid Scott will bind and gag him, shove a thermometer in and smoke him for a few hours.

23. daveintexas - September 17, 2012

>> I’ll bet your dad recognized you and gave you a pop just because you deserved it.

On a different occasion, yes.

And yeah, I had it comin too.

24. keithp - September 17, 2012

“Holy Shit” indeed. Do you remember how the NYT lauded the so-called “art” of the Blessed Virgen Mary in excrement? And, insisted that the art of “Piss Christ” HAD to be allowed to shown for first amendment reasons? Sure, it’s okay and better than okay to blaspheme and insult Catholics and Christians in the name of free speech. But, Islam?! This makes my blood boil….

I recently purchased my first shotgun (long time hand gun shooter). Remington 870 Express Tactical. In the right circumstances, this will ruin someone’s day (or night). For home defense, I’ll still take my Colt Commander 45 ACP 230g FMJ. But, let’s not quibble…

25. sandy burger - September 18, 2012

Yeah, this is getting way out of hand.

Suggested Romney/Ryan campaign theme: A Return to Normalcy.

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