Not quite their cup of tea?

I wonder what the Don’t Tread On Me crowd thinks of this lot.

On the one hand, the boyos are exercising their Second Amendment rights against the tyrannical minions of the oppressive State.

On the other hand, they’re a bunch of white supremacists involved in meth, ID theft and prostitution.

Somehow I don’t see these guys dressing up like Paul Revere for the Fourth of July.


18 Responses to “Not quite their cup of tea?”

  1. Steve O Says:

    A kid I went to high school with is a very, Beverly, very low level assistant to the assistant’s assistant DA back in Maryland. His kid is an Army PFC. And pappy was bragging about how his kid joined one of the anti-Obama nut job consortiums that claims he’s not legally the commander and chief, and at some point they’ll all go AWOL. Except they won’t, cuz their balls are even smaller than their brains.

    No shortage of folks like that.

  2. khal spencer Says:

    And Obama wanted to shut down Gitmo?

  3. Patrick O'Grady Says:

    The Man is running scared. An assistant U.S. attorney has pulled out of an ABT racketeering case due to security concerns. Sounds like these boyos have a long arm indeed.

  4. Sharon Says:

    It would be kind of funny in an ironical kind of way if it weren’t so sad that Hannity, Rush, et al are in many ways supporting these guys. Be careful what you wish for…these guys are very scary.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Yes, indeedy, Sharon. I interviewed David Duke and a couple of his hoods when the Klan was getting reorganized in Bibleburg, back in the late Seventies, and “very scary” was the operative phrase. Duke was the most genteel, reasonable racist you’d ever care to meet, but his boyos were strictly old-school crackers. Not the sort to turn your back on.

  5. Larry T. Says:

    And folks worry about the organized crime here in Sicily! I always chuckle when citizens of the most violent country on earth express fears about crime and violence in other places. Maybe I’ll just overstay my visa and skip returning to the USA altogether?

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      The shootings and stabbings around Bibleburg lately sure don’t exactly make for chamber-of-commerce fodder, Larry. “Visit scenic Colorado Springs — get car-jacked and back-shot!” No, thank you.

  6. khal spencer Says:

    Its going to be interesting. By whacking a couple prosecutors, I am sure this brings in the State and Federal heavyweights, and the stakes get higher. Its war. Plus, another reason to let TX go ahead and secede.

  7. Patrick O'Brien Says:

    Gee, what a cheery morning. I wake up with a sore back, again from some unknown twist or turn, and packed up sinuses thanks to my neighbors lovely mulberry trees. I had plans for a nice road ride while my wife helped a friend sort and clean alpaca fleeces. Ride isn’t going to happen, so I make a fresh pot of kona and go to the Mad Dog from some relief from my shitty mood. Pow, like getting multiple jabs from Foreman, who Frazier said was “like getting poked with a phone pole,” I get laid out by the depressing state of affairs in Texas where people act like they do in other war zones by saying they can’t talk to the press out of fear. I thought everyone there were good guys with guns. I hope Rick has his .380 cleaned, lubed, and ready to roll. Shit.

    But, after thinking about washing my oatmeal down with a Guiness, I went to RKP and saw that the Deuce went home. And my Aleve is starting to work, there is chicken to grill and chef salads to be made, and Duffy just brought me his ball to throw. Balance is good.

    Khal, there is spooky shit going on. I just watched Groucho last night on some old “You Bet Your Life” episodes.

    • Khal Spencer Says:

      The 380 wouldn’t be much of a gun. Cops I know don’t carry anything lighter than a 40 cal. and even that starts to look anemic compared to what the bad guys are able to buy.

      I read that the DA who was just shot and killed actually started packing heat after the earlier assassination. You can’t always be on a tightrope with this stuff.

      I think this shit will get worse before it gets better. When I said we ought to keep Gitmo open, I’m not sure whether its for those guys or the rest of us who need to be able to sleep at night.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Gov. Goodhair’s Ruger LCP was his jogging gun. It’s been derided as a pistola suitable for a metrosexual, and I expect he fanciers a bigger shootin’ arn for around the rancheroo.

      Jogging gun. Jesus. I can see that shit ending badly.

      “How’d you manage to shoot yourself in the Johnson, sir?” asks the ER doc.

      “Tripped over a root with my equalizer in the waistband,” you reply. “Whaddaya think, Doc, can you sew it back on?”

      • Khal Spencer Says:

        Roy Bates was going to sell me a 10 mm auto pistol (might have been a Colt Delta Elite, but can’t remember). We never sealed the deal as I was trying to talk him out of one of his 45 ACP Gold Cups; I used to shoot my stepdad’s Gold Cup back when he was a competitive shooter and I was a mere squirt and always had a hankering for that gun. Then Roy left for Weirdcliffe.

        I’d prefer to carry something that would actually do some serious harm if I was going to carry at all.

      • Patrick O'Brien Says:

        I was going to respond, but Elliot Sptizer is on TOTN, and I don’t want to miss any good material for my next post.

  8. Patrick O'Brien Says:

    BB7 brakes used to be my favorite. Changed the pads on the 10 year old Avid BB brakes that were OEM on my better half’s Cannondale F600 mountain bike. They now are on her Salsa. Followed the directions, took old pads out, clicked new ones in, and adjusted them with no muss or fuss. Then I went to do the same with the newer BB7 brakes on my bike. Giant pain in the ass getting the adjustment knobs to turn all the way out, getting the old pads out, and getting the new ones to click in place. Gave up and took it to my great LBS. They told me that the new BB7 are very hard to get the new pads to click into place, Bottom line? Avid BB7 are no longer on my shopping list. They should have know when to leave a good design alone. Guess they were designing to a price point.

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