Thursday, June 25, 2015


Justice Scalia is exactly right...

This court just decided to read words that are not there...
The decision, Scalia wrote, "rewrites the law."

"We should start calling this law SCOTUScare," he wrote.
He continued: "Rather than rewriting the law under the pretense of interpreting it, the Court should have left it to Congress to decide what to do about the Act's limitation of tax credits to state Exchanges, Scalia wrote.
I am ashamed of our Government, and this Supreme Court. John Roberts can kiss my "you know what!"

Thursday Nite Tart

Its night time somewhere...Julie Monturet tarts it up tonight.

Rule 5

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Down And Out From Storm

Been busy cutting up trees and picking up debris from a Friday night thunder boomer...

No doubt global warming hot cold wet dry climate change...

Or maybe just another severe thunderstorm that has happened since God wore sandals...

The pictures are of the other Grandparents house and truck via KFYR skyspyphotos

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Monday, June 15, 2015

Even More Proof Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder

Famous Seriously mentally ill black white woman steps down as NAACP leader.

The leader of the NAACP in Spokane is stepping down amid controversy after her parents said the 37-year-old activist falsely portrayed herself as black for years
This woman tops the list of liberal nutjobs...

Sunday, June 14, 2015

More Proof Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder

It also proves you only need a IQ of 6 to get your own gig on MSNBC.

If you’ve been following the Rachel Dolezal story online, you may have seen the word “transracial” being thrown around and people saying choosing to be black is like Caitlyn Jenner choosing to be female. It’s unclear how much of it’s sincere and how much is just straight-up trolling, but MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry entertained the notion on her show today with kind of a huge question.
“Is it possible that she might actually be black?”
While not wanting to make the transgender comparison, Harris-Perry questioned whether one can be “cisblack and transblack,” and whether there’s a way to describe “the achievement of blackness despite one’s parentage.”
This country is upside down...