Thursday Forum: January 2, 2014

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  1. C.L.

    I have posited before the thesis that the rise of lycra cowboys was directly related to the advent of compulsory helmet laws. Wearing the uniform – going the whole nine yards, image-wise – rendered the appearance of helmeted adults less preposterous (incongruous as that sounds). Cycling of the kind Abbott does now has a distinctly fetishistic sartorial culture. You don’t actually need to wear lycra to ride a bike any more than you need a helmet to protect your scone. But given the entrenchment of the fetish I predict that the lycra set would not support removing helmet laws. If it became a simple question of free choice, their desire to look like Olympians would look too much like willed wankerism.

  2. C.L.

    “Hottest day ever”

    “Except for 1939″

    Where is this claimed, Dot?

  3. .

    Good old Channel 7 news

    Hottest day in Walgett

    Hottest year for Australia -2013

    Apart from a heat wave in October, I will say winter was mild but this summer is very mild.

    If this mild weather is warming, give me more.

  4. Gab

    So glowbull warmening only happens over Australia?

  5. Jessie

    Honesty at 6.34

    Good question.
    I think Crampton but have not found in a cursory search, more in depth analysis of actual costs.

  6. Tom

    FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop says she may ask Greenpeace activist Colin Russell to foot the bill for the government assistance he received in Russia.

    Ms Bishop said she hoped Mr Russell regretted the cost to the taxpayer, which ran into the tens of thousands of dollars, but said the money may be recovered.

    “That’s certainly something I’ll look at,” she said in Perth today. “If it has cost the Australian taxpayer tens of thousands of dollars and Greenpeace is threatening to do it again, then I think the Australian taxpayer is entitled to ask why they should be footing the bill.”

    Ms Bishop has defended the government’s efforts on behalf of Mr Russell, who says Canberra should have done more to free him from a Russian jail.

    The foreign minister said she was surprised by his complaints, saying the Tasmanian received representation from consular officials in both Murmansk and St Petersburg, as well as from herself and the Australian ambassador.

    An emotional Mr Russell last night said he had no regrets about his actions.

    “That’s my job. I’m trying to give a future to our kids, our grandkids,” he said at Hobart airport yesterday. “(The governmet’s efforts were) a little bit too little to late.”

  7. H B Bear

    An emotional Mr Russell last night said he had no regrets about his actions.

    “That’s my job. I’m trying to give a future to our kids, our grandkids,” he said at Hobart airport yesterday.

    Elsewhere

    Haven’t had one of these for a while now. Thanks Rusty.

  8. “That’s my job. I’m trying to give a future to our kids, our grandkids,” he said.

    My self-appointed “job” is to locate such loonies and cover them with concentrated nitric acid in a pious attempt to free them from the taint of evil carbon dioxide. I’m sure that Russell will agree that the government must fund any court-costs I may incur during the course of my “work”.

  9. Rabz

    Bike helmets – FFS, don’t get me started.

  10. Rabz

    FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop says she may ask Greenpeace activist Colin Russell to foot the bill for the government assistance he received in Russia.

    Wow – that little piece of news should cause quite a few leftists to start foaming at the mouth.

  11. srr

    “you ling, we bling” chick, beats lefty charges that her food business blurb is racist. Came here as 8 yo, with family, from Vietnam, amazed water came out of taps and other blessings we take for granted. Gets rich enough here to travel the world, and since all her travel, decides Australia is racist….wait for it…. Especially compared to how “AT HOME” she feels in….London, Paris, New York. …I don’t have to try to explain more, do I.

  12. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    So glowbull warmening only happens over Australia?

    Certainly isn’t allowed to happen in Russia.

  13. dismissive

    FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop says she may ask Greenpeace activist Colin Russell to foot the bill for the government assistance he received in Russia.

    Just cut all govt donations/funding grovelling to Greenpeace and all the other green buggers! That should cover the costs.

  14. Dan

    Is srr a graduate of the Aliice school of communication?

  15. Armadillo

    That’s my job. I’m trying to give a future to our kids, our grandkids,” he said

    I saw that clip on the ABC, with his daughter (about 12-15) standing beside him looking up with that brainwashed look on her face. Mine of a similar age would have been telling the cameraman what an idiot I was. Good for her. FFS, he just put his family through hell because of his own eco-fantasy. Priorities you selfish fucking numpty.

  16. srr

    It’s back to the old, “We need eugenics to save the planet from over population of useless eaters, and ugly people!”, for The Leftardics.
    The green critters and primitive civilization memes, are only their ‘nice’ guy lying fronts they trot out every time people start recognising how much they sound and behave like slaves of Molach.

  17. Tel

    My self-appointed “job” is to locate such loonies and cover them with concentrated nitric acid in a pious attempt to free them from the taint of evil carbon dioxide.

    Hey I think it’s wrong to advocate violence, even if you are joking. I don’t appreciate other people advocating violence against me, so please give it a rest.

  18. Hey I think it’s wrong to advocate violence, even if you are joking

    Advocating violence? Though Russell, the hypocrite, does advocate violence, I don’t: I advocate a peaceful, non-violent solution to his problems. You can be sure that I’d apply acid with a gentle, loving hand.
    Furthermore, there’s a long tradition of allowing a little licence for a reductio ad absurdum.

  19. blogstrop

    But stringing up leftists from lamp-posts is still ok, isn’t it?

  20. calli

    Surely you mean Moloch, srr?

  21. blogstrop

    Back to this bogus claim about 2013 being “the hottest on record, on average, adjusted to goodness knows what”, from BOM. I see on the other thread about “Remember The Akademik Shonkygonsky” that the benchmark years against which 2013 was measured and “adjusted” were only 1961-1990.

    This is so fraudulent that it should have its own Royal Commission, and the media including the fraudulently titled National Broadcaster (insert Disgrace between those two words) has to be held to account for not reporting this sort of crap honestly – as does BOM itself need a dose of pipe cleaner through it.

    If the Libs can’t get to grips with this sort of sham misinformation of the public they are going to be on toast in the media every second day.

  22. Tom

    But stringing up leftists from lamp-posts is still ok, isn’t it?

    You have to be careful when addressing fucktards as their communist greenfilth religion makes them incapable of grasping metaphor or irony like ordinary people of average intelligence. In fact, they hate having their stupidity being lampooned and satirised so much it must be banned.

  23. blogstrop

    Lampooned – that’s being run through with a sharpened lamp-post, I guess.

  24. Rabz

    the benchmark years against which 2013 was measured and “adjusted” were only 1961-1990

    As I noted this morning, “2013 being the hottest year, evah”, is an utterly bogus claim. You’re right though, they need a rocket up them.

    I’m utterly fed up with this preposterous, hysterical horseshit.

  25. blogstrop

    I’ve not been convinced by Johanna’s insistence that the Akademic Shonky-thingy was more cruise ship than research vessel. Google pictures of it. There appear to be cranes front and rear, and this rear view looks like no cruise ship I know.

  26. calli

    Nah, Blogstrop, I was on the Queen Elizabeth last year, and it looked exactly like the ole Akademic Whoseywhatsey. And I have the picture to prove it. :)

  27. Mindfree

    Colin Russell before capture

    “Ha ha Ha Fuck you government, I’m calling the shots”

    gets caught

    “Help me Help me Mr Government” (replacing Mr Wizard for those who remember Rocky and Bullwinkle)

    brought home safely

    “Look at me I’m such a hero”

    Yep – cull these pathetic turds

  28. srr

    No Dan, I simply have a touchy phone to wrestle with.
    Fix one bit, and other bit you can’t see you touched, does it’s on thing.
    It’s worse when trying to tap out something quickly, or during certain weather conditions.
    All common problems we all suffer in this iPad age, so much, most just read around obvious errors,
    unless they are of that territorial type who wander around blogs driving away others.

  29. srr

    Cull….ha ha, auto correct doesn’t like ‘cull’, tries to chang it to full, call, cell, anything but full…anyway, cull, NaDT, culling from breeding programmes with castration will do.

  30. C.L.

    the benchmark years against which 2013 was measured and “adjusted” were only 1961-1990

    Announcing in December that a year was The Hottest Ever is now simply a tradition. Like dropping the ball at Time Square, the Queen’s Christmas Message, declaring a completed Olympics the Greatest Ever etc. Does anyone seriously think they’ll stop doing it? Like, announce that 2014 was the 11th hottest since 1961 or something? No, of course not.

  31. srr

    Oh yes calli. Same touch-pad war I just had trying to stop ‘cull’ being auto corrected, happened with Moloch being changed to mulch, Malachi, etc. and ended only 2/3 fixed.

  32. .

    No Dan, I simply have a touchy phone to wrestle with.

    Around here, that is called “damned iPad”…

  33. C.L.

    IMF:

    Keynesian imbeciles like Rudd, Gillard and Obama have created more debt than has existed in the Western world for 200 years.

    IMF paper warns of ‘savings tax’ and mass write-offs as West’s debt hits 200-year high.

    200 years.

  34. Driftforge

    Cataloging the left at work.

    Month by month through last year, astonishing compendium of events when taken as a whole.

  35. .

    Wow.

    Sounds like were as bad as it was after the Napoleonic Wars.

  36. Eddystone

    I heard on the news that 2013 was the hottest year on record for South Australia.

    I actually thought it was pretty cool, the early winter had iron cold days before the rains started, and we had the fire burning right into Dec (and last night!).

  37. Mindfree

    srr – OK no worries

    On the 2013 being the hottest year – yep great headline but as the left’s tactics are so – detail to tear it apart and it will be teared apart will come out – long after the headline. in other words job done

    Screaming fire in the theater works for them even more so now

  38. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    “Hey I think it’s wrong to advocate violence, even if you are joking. I don’t appreciate other people advocating violence against me, so please give it a rest.”

    Wanker.

  39. srr

    Her her, yes dot, and, “damned iPad”, seems to be a…DAMNED iPad!!…that WAS, “Hee hee”, NOT, “Her her”, until got to “damned iPad”….and, as I was saying, seems to be a common enough problem that even pedant’s have started just reading around obvious errors.
    It’s something that makes me wary of those who only engage with newbies to pick on issues of spelling, grammar etc., when they aren’t the subject being discussed.
    oh, and phones are worse, because you can’t see much without a lot of scrolling, so can’t see what else got auto corrected, while trying to do your own corrections…until it’s too late…as others who’ve asked for an edit, no doubt understand.

  40. srr

    …asked for an edit function…

  41. stackja

    NSW Health Alert: 3 cases of measles linked to Dance Competition
    31 December 2013
    NSW Health is warning people who attended the ‘World Supremacy Battlegrounds’ Hip Hop dance competition held at Sydney Olympic Park on the 7-8 December 2013 to watch out for symptoms of measles.
    NSW Health is aware of 3 cases of measles in people who are likely to have contracted the infection whilst attending the dance competition. The first case was notified last Friday in a competitor from Adelaide and overnight cases were reported from New Zealand as well as in a Sydney resident.

    Vic measles alert for Boxing Day shoppers 3:32pm January 3, 2014
    Health authorities have issued a measles warning after an infected man spent Boxing Day at Melbourne’s biggest shopping centre, coming into contact with thousands of people. Victorian officials issued a health alert on Friday after discovering he also spent three hours walking around Chadstone Shopping Centre during the middle of the Boxing Day rush.

    100 assessed for risk of measles
    By Martin Johnston 5:30 AM Friday Jan 3, 2014 Vulnerable people warned to stay in isolation as 11th case of highly communicable disease is confirmed
    More than 100 people in Auckland, Waikato and the Lake Taupo area have been assessed for measles risk related to the outbreak of the disease among those who attended a hip-hop event in Sydney.

  42. srr

    It’s not just me is it?
    Others can see it, can’t they?
    The more the warmie walls of lies crumble, the more mild mannered Bruce Banner, and blokey bloke types, are cracking and tearing their cover, to show the mean, green, dangerous femimonsters hidden inside.

  43. Armadillo

    seems to be a common enough problem that even pedant’s have started just reading around obvious errors

    Pfffttt…its a blog not an English exam. As long as people get the general drift. Although, the constant posts correcting posts indicates it annoys people (mainly themselves). Depending on what you do for a crust, the attitude to “accuracy” vs “just get the message out” can be regarded as both a blessing and a curse.

  44. stackja

    Pedro the Ignorant
    #1133333, posted on January 3, 2014 at 5:43 pm
    Australians are very obedient people.

    My parents obeyed the law. I obey laws. Other parents and their children now do not bother. So we need thousands of police where once only one or two policemen were needed in a suburb. The problem is not laws or the police but the lawless.

  45. .

    Don’t worry srr, you will see I correct my rather obvious and awkward typos later on…

    I don’t make a deal of it until some pontificating git argues by grammar and spelling rather than something substantive, and has a go at me then makes a howler themselves.

  46. Empire Strikes Back

    It’s something that makes me wary of those who only engage with newbies to pick on issues of spelling, grammar etc., when they aren’t the subject being discussed.

    Cut the victim crap, learn how to use your technology and take care with your syntax. Your subjects are interesting, but I find reading your comments akin to castration with a steak knife ;)

  47. Pedro the Ignorant

    Australians are very obedient people. They will obey the law, any law, even bloody ridiculous laws, and never raise their voices or complain about the dickheads who make these laws. Just look at the bulldust of 1km over the speed limit, bikies not allowed to ride together, being fined for a dead dog in a ute not being tied down, no smoking in outdoor areas of many cities and towns, footy grounds, pubs. Toll roads, having a drink in a park, riding a pushbike on a cycle path with no helmet, being sniffed up the date by some hound at a concert, catching a fish a day after the “season”, owning an unregistered dog, the list goes on and on and on. ad infinitum.

    99% of people obey these BS “laws” and never protest any of them, They just shrug and accept it all.

    This horseshit image of Aussies as rugged self reliant individuals is just that; horseshit.

    Criminals don’t care about the law by definition.

  48. .

    Pedro,

    I’ve sid this before. Who is with me?

    What I propose. From elsehwere:

    There should be a libertarian charity which supports people to minimise the intrusion of Government from their lives, with zero financial or in kind cost to the user. Examples may be services to allow people to minimise tax, create trusts to minimise tax and protect their assets, assistance in trivial cases of prosecution and to offer such assistance to the point where prosecution of such cases becomes so burdensome on the legal system such laws will be repealed.

  49. Tel

    Dot, not exactly what you are asking for, but kind of similar…

    http://www.taxpayer.com.au/About-Us/What-We-Do

  50. Tel

    Pedro, I happen to support the idea of toll roads, someone has to pay for the road and it should be the people who use it.

    I only support tolls to the extent that they do actually pay for the roads, not like the Harbour Bridge toll which just goes into general mish mash.

  51. C.L.

    I don’t make a deal of it until some pontificating git argues by grammar and spelling rather than something substantive, and has a go at me then makes a howler themselves.

    Should be singular; ‘himself.’

    You feminist metrosexual, Dot.

  52. Empire Strikes Back

    Excellent idea Dot.

    Who knows, in time you may attract indirect state funding and those funds can then be used to lobby for less state intrusion. I salivate at the thought.

    The resulting leftard mass suicide will make Jonestown look like a picnic.

  53. Tel

    The problem is not laws or the police but the lawless.

    Stackja, I think the laws are more complex by far now than they used to be. Every new law creates new criminals… that’s the idea of it. Eventually you make everyone a criminal if you make enough laws. The police eventually understand that they can use this to their advantage and it all goes pear shaped.

  54. C.L.

    Australians are very obedient people. They will obey the law, any law, even bloody ridiculous laws, and never raise their voices or complain about the dickheads who make these laws. Just look at the bulldust of 1km over the speed limit, bikies not allowed to ride together, being fined for a dead dog in a ute not being tied down, no smoking in outdoor areas of many cities and towns, footy grounds, pubs. Toll roads, having a drink in a park, riding a pushbike on a cycle path with no helmet, being sniffed up the date by some hound at a concert, catching a fish a day after the “season”, owning an unregistered dog, the list goes on and on and on. ad infinitum.

    Said it before and I’ll keep on saying it: what we need is wall-to-wall Liberal governments to change the country for the better’ to give it back to everyman and take it away from the left-wing totalitarian dickheads who like banning things and harrassing people.

    OH, THAT’S RIGHT. We fucking do have wall-to-wall Liberal governments.

    Vote libertarian. Abandon the Liberal Party.

  55. C.L.

    … change the country for the better; to give it back …

  56. boy on a bike

    You don’t actually need to wear lycra to ride a bike any more than you need a helmet to protect your scone.

    Says a man who has never ridden any distance in Sydney’s humidity and suffered the worst skin blistering sweaty ball rash imaginable.

  57. Tom

    Vote libertarian. Abandon the Liberal Party.

    In three months, Abbott has done more to constructively fragment the non-left popular vote than anyone else in Australian political history.

  58. C.L.

    … Sydney’s humidity …

    LOL.

    Try labouring in Townsville for a summer and get back to me.

  59. kae

    CL

    My ex’s family lived in Townsville and Bundaberg.

    Christmas visits were torture for me, being so hot, perspiring and not being able to have the fan to myself. I can’t imagine physical work in that.

    Though a day of 41C last week and today’s 41C (and tomorrow’s forecast 44C), will mean that I won’t be doing much in the heat and humidity! (Unless I can get it done in the early hours before the heat sets in, tomorrow is a dead loss, the coolest it will be tomorrow is 25C. A friend up the road at Thagoona, just outside Ipswich, said she had 44.9C at her place.)

    I remember heatwaves in Sydney and even in the 20 years I’ve been here there have been heatwaves. I’m waiting for the rain!

  60. srr

    Abbott, Credlin, O’Farrell specifically, getting a serve for Liberal softcockery, on 2GB now.

    Even the lovely, well cultured speaking, Stephanie, declared that the war time Unionists should have been executed for treason, and that she would have pulled the trigger.

  61. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From C.L. at 10:28 pm:

    “LOL.

    Try labouring in Townsville for a summer and get back to me.”

    Building headwalls and drainage lines along the north side of the river at Mackay in summer we would have our blokes out under lights at midnight or so and done by 7 am, when it starts to get bloody hot very quickly. They’d have another go in the mid to late afternoon on 0ccassion.

    One must work around the quick running tides and baby crocodiles too.

  62. Abu Chowdah

    BOAB, this stuff is the ticket. I use it for running. I mean, jogging. Okay, TMFI.

    http://aussiebuttcream.com

  63. C.L.

    Aussie Butt Cream™ gives comfort …

    Good Lord.

  64. C.L.

    I use it for running …

    Uh-huh.

  65. srr

    I’m starting to get the feeling that this is the right season for Grigory Potemkin to put together a special collection of his cartoons on our bloody filthy judiciary, and for everyone who hungers for justice, to share them.with everyone, everywhere.

  66. squawkbox

    BOAB, this stuff is the ticket. I use it for running. I mean, jogging. Okay, TMFI.

    http://aussiebuttcream.com

    Thanks, Abu, Christmas and birthday presents to the cyclists I know now sorted…

  67. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From kae at 10:32 pm:

    “Though a day of 41C last week and today’s 41C (and tomorrow’s forecast 44C), will mean that I won’t be doing much in the heat and humidity! (Unless I can get it done in the early hours before the heat sets in, tomorrow is a dead loss, the coolest it will be tomorrow is 25C”

    24 degrees here inside, all day every day kae, thanks to the zephyrs motoring across the Broadwater. You cannot beat the Gold Coast climate for its low range and consistent patterns, so long as you’re within sight of the water. For those people a couple of hundred yards west, behind the first low hills blocking the sea breeze, they might as well be living in Logan.

    When I refugeed from Sydney I turned right at Tenterfield and you went straight ahead!

  68. Abu Chowdah

    I know, I know. But if you run in hot climates…

  69. kae

    When I refugeed here in 1986 I kept going up the coast.

  70. jumpnmcar

    I’ll be water blasting an elderly neighbours roof tomorrow.
    Plus a little cyclone prep to ease his mind.
    A few of his home brews will be adequate and just payment.
    Beer is a funny commodity that way up here.

  71. Abu Chowdah

    Welcome, squawkbox.

  72. JC

    WTF, I’m watching the tennis and they had that little choker Llyeton Hewitt selling energy vitamins talking about how he uses them for stamina to get through a major tournament. He’s usually out after the first couple of games.

  73. C.L.

    Glenn Reynolds’ source should get out more often:

    “One of the effects of feminism is that men of my generation have had a much wider opportunity to cook. I can’t think of any men my age or younger who don’t know how to cook. Moreover, I can’t think of any men of my generation or younger who don’t enjoy cooking.”

    http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/181907/

  74. JC

    “One of the effects of feminism is that men of my generation have had a much wider opportunity to cook. I can’t think of any men my age or younger who don’t know how to cook. Moreover, I can’t think of any men of my generation or younger who don’t enjoy cooking.”

    Here’s one. What a moron.

  75. C.L.

    Also via Instapundit …

    8 Things Lefties Do to Avoid Having an Honest Debate – Broken Down to a Science.

    Our own abortion blogger Steve makes an appearance at number 2 dressed as a pink cat.

  76. Tom

    JC, I reckon you’d be an ideal strategist for AussieButtCream™’s assault on the New York market.

  77. JC

    Talking about feminists, anyone seen stepford around? Is he still alive?

  78. Jo Smyth

    At the election 40 odd per cent of the population (labor/green) voted for a left wing government. Ever since the election Tony Abbott has embarked on a crusade to appease them and try and persuade them his way is the right way. He will never, never succeed. Their views are entrenched. All he is succeeding in doing is alienating the other 50 odd per cent who did not vote for a left wing government. How about governing for the majority who are sick and tired of appeasement. Grow some balls.

  79. srr

    About to be on 2GB, Piers Akerman with Michael.McClaren, talking on reforming the ABC.

  80. Tom

    I thought hiring someone who was the opposite of the required metro bullshit artist might work on a difficult novelty line. You know, like, tell the truth about the clientele in the Basil Fawlty tradition.

  81. srr

    Talking about feminists…Peta Credlin micro manages Tony Abbott…and they are both Pro-Abortion.

  82. C.L.

    At the election 40 odd per cent of the population (labor/green) voted for a left wing government. Ever since the election Tony Abbott has embarked on a crusade to appease them and try and persuade them his way is the right way. He will never, never succeed. Their views are entrenched. All he is succeeding in doing is alienating the other 50 odd per cent who did not vote for a left wing government. How about governing for the majority who are sick and tired of appeasement. Grow some balls.

    Right.

  83. Armadillo

    Talking about feminists, anyone seen stepford around? Is he still alive?

    He’s in a meeting with mOnster trying to figure out how to feast on the remains of the now defunct LP website. No doubt the projected increased posts to their combined sites will be in the high tens. I suspect they would be putting their case for sponsorship to the “Butt Cream People” as I type.

  84. Armadillo

    How about governing for the majority who are sick and tired of appeasement. Grow some balls

    Damn well said.

  85. DrBeauGan

    I dunno if it’s a majority but it sure contains me.

  86. DrBeauGan

    Abbott has never to my knowledge shown a trace of courage or principle. You shouldn’t expect either from a politician. They get to their positions by kissing arses, after all. I’m not disappointed in him because I never expected better.

  87. Fisky

    Said it before and I’ll keep on saying it: what we need is wall-to-wall Liberal governments to change the country for the better’ to give it back to everyman and take it away from the left-wing totalitarian dickheads who like banning things and harrassing people.

    OH, THAT’S RIGHT. We fucking do have wall-to-wall Liberal governments.

    Vote libertarian. Abandon the Liberal Party.

    Under the Fisk Doctrine, the Liberals will be the first up against the wall.

  88. Oh come on

    JC: thoughts on this piece that Drudge linked to?

    Billionaires Dumping Stocks, Economist Knows Why. Seems to me to be an advertorial, so I’m taking it with a grain of salt:

    No investors, let alone billionaires, will want to own stocks with falling profit margins and shrinking dividends.

    So if that’s why Buffett, Paulson, and Soros are dumping stocks, they have decided to cash out early and leave Main Street investors holding the bag.

    Even if this turns out right, linking to advertorials doesn’t do Drudge’s credibility any favours.

    Now viewed over 40 million times, it was initially screened for a relatively small, private audience. But the overwhelming amount of feedback from viewers who felt the interview should be widely publicized came with consequences, as various online networks repeatedly shut it down and affiliates refused to house the content.

    “People were sitting up and taking notice, and they begged us to make the interview public so they could easily share it,” said Newsmax Financial Publisher Aaron DeHoog.

    “Our real concern,” DeHoog added, “is the effect even if only half of Wiedemer’s predictions come true.

    “That’s a scary thought for sure. But we want the average American to be prepared, and that is why we will continue to push this video to as many outlets as we can. We want the word to spread.”

    So the author, publisher or someone connected to the book didn’t pay Newsmax for the coverage, Aaron?

  89. Abu Chowdah

    Under the Fisk Doctrine, the Liberals will be the first up against the wall.

    With the exception of your chum, Turnbull.

  90. Fisky

    Right, but Turnbull isn’t a Liberal :)

  91. Abu Chowdah

    Is he not? Oh. Well then.

  92. Abu Chowdah

    Is he not? Oh. Well then.

    Carry on!

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