Random Thoughts: Koch Brothers, Stinkburger, and Arming the Military

Posted on April 3, 2014 9:00 am

Why are people against the Koch brothers? Can’t the Koch brothers just spend more money and change those opinions?

Now that Chick-fil-A has become the number one fast food chicken restaurant, Hardee’s is unveiling the “Traditional Marriage Burger.”

Never got why people are so mad at the people donating lots of money rather than the idiots who are influenced by 30 second ads.

Since the Bell Curve said Asians have the highest natural intelligence, doesn’t that make Charles Murray an Asian Nationalist?

Don’t like money in politics. Don’t like power in politics. I like politics to be a stupid little sideshow I don’t need to pay attention to.

“Your mom’s a stinkburger.” -appropriate GOP response

The more money you have, the more speech you can have. And hamburgers.

So what are the limits on much money the NYTimes can spend on promoting Democrats?

And why again is everyone unarmed on a military base?

So what were the security changes at Ft. Hood since the last shooting?

Wish we had more honest debate where people actually spoke against freedom – not pretending to like it while being frivolous with government force.

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10 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Koch Brothers, Stinkburger, and Arming the Military”

  1. Rayfan87 says:

    “So what are the limits on much money the NY Times can spend on promoting Democrats?”
    Well since the NY Times is completely worthless can you really claim that their time or print space is of any monetary value?

  2. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Don’t all the hardcore anti gun nuts say ‘only the police and the military should have guns’? Why don’t they make up their small minds?

  3. CCO says:

    Weapons aren’t a problem; ammo takes paperwork (a DA-581, with signatures natch).

  4. Rayfan87 says:

    @2 You misheard them it’s “only the police and military police should have guns.” Remember, Pelosi says combat vets shouldn’t have guns.

  5. CCO says:

    Wish we had more honest debate where people actually spoke against freedom – not pretending to like it while being frivolous with government force.

    A great deal of the gun debates, leash laws, whatever boil down to “There are people aren’t there I don’t trust to be do this the way I think it should be done so we can’t let anybody do this.” Just like schools: No dealy boppers (they’ll break and hurt someone eventually); zero tolerance on fighting (I don’t know who started it; I don’t want to deal with parents trying to sue us; everybody gets in trouble and no one can sue us), etc.”

  6. AT says:

    And why again is everyone unarmed on a military base?

    And why is the message broadcast throughout the military base – of well-trained soldiers that make up the most powerful military force in history – “Quick! Run and hide! Run so they don’t find you!”

    It’s like they’re intentionally trying to turn everyone into helpless cowards.

  7. Tater Salad says:

    Patton or Schwartzkopf would NEVER order his troops to “shelter in place”. Gone are the days of “fix bayonets” and eliminate the threat.

  8. zzyzx says:

    Liberal Logic: Monetary contributions to the right by the Koch Brothers…Baaaaad. Monetary contributions to the left by George Soros…Goooood.

  9. Jimmy says:

    So… If Ryan is a “stinkburger,” then Obama is a “turd sandwich.”

  10. Jimmy says:

    …washed down with a yellow pineapple chunk vomit shake.

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