Monthly Archives: May 2011

Motorcycles Must Be Outlawed

Reported today, NHTSA has embarked on its latest tyranny of requiring the installation of monitoring devices in all new automobiles – your unelected regulatory oppressors at work.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is expected to issue new regulations next month, that will require a black box style data recorder be fitted in all new cars.

Similar in concept to the familiar black boxes used in commercial aircraft for decades, the boxes are expected to record information about speed, seat belt use and brake application in the final seconds leading up to an accident, the data can be retrieved for later analysis. –

Now, compliments of Nanny State bureaucracy, Big Brother will be able to retrieve a log of your seat-belt usage for reporting to “the State”, and you can be ticketed ‘after-the-fact’.

The irony?

I can step out of my Ford F150, mount a Harley Davidson or Ninja Motorcycle, head down the same side-road or Interstate as I can in the Ford F150… …with only a helmet between my body (moving at 75 mph) and the pavement.  More irony? In states like Illinois, I can go sans helmet.


Well! This can’t stand.  The do-gooders must intervene and protect me from my own self-destructive behavior.  Motorcycles must be outlawed!

And, damn-it, there are so may ways that humans can injure themselves, we must outlaw them all:

  • Parachuting
  • Jogging
  • Bull-Riding
  • Bacon-Covered Hotdogs
  • Skiing
  • Cigars
  • Incandescent Lighting
  • Cooking

But, since it’s already illegal to operate a human conveyance device without a seat-belt, outlawing motorcycles is certainly the low-hanging fruit.

Thank you to the automotive and insurance lobby for your assistance on this assault on our 4th Amendment Rights and our freedoms.


Posted by on May 27, 2011 in Activism, Bureaucrat, Freedom, Liberals


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Pre-Conditions For Palestine

Charged with the leadership as Prime Minister of Israel, the Rockin’ Conservative would have the following Pre-Conditions for negotiations on Palestinians Statehood:

  • Palestinian Statehood negotiations will not commence for a period of two years following the most recent suicide bombing or other bombing attack on Israel (rockets, mortars, etc.) from any country or territory in or near Israel.
  • Any future suicide bombing, other bombing, or other attack on Israel will be viewed as a declaration of war, and for each such attack, Israeli Defense Forces will be deployed to take (by force as necessary) 10 meters of land along all Israeli border from whence the attack commenced – be it Gaza, the West Bank, Syria, Lebanon, or Egypt.  Said land will be razed, and new barriers constructed to protect Israel from future attacks.  Each individual suicide bombing, other bombing, or other such attack will be viewed as an individual declaration of war on the state of Israel, and 10 meter will be taken for each attack.
  • Any Palestinian Statehood negotiations in process at the time of such an attack would be terminated, and a new two year waiting period would commence.

No Peace?!?! No Negotiations!

Absolutely no negotiations with terrorists, murderers, or warriors.  Period.

So, do you wonder how the Rockin’ Conservative voted here?

Update from our friend Doug Cotner…

ISRAEL as GOD see’s it..

Genesis 15:18-21 (NV)

18 On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram and said, “To your descendants I give this land, from the Wadi[a] of Egypt to the great river, the Euphrates— 19 the land of the Kenites, Kenizzites, Kadmonites, 20 Hittites, Perizzites, Rephaites, 21 Amorites, Canaanites, Girgashites and Jebusites.”

Ephesisans 2:11-22

11 Therefore, remember that formerly you who are Gentiles by birth and called “uncircumcised” by those who call themselves “the circumcision” (which is done in the body by human hands)— 12 remember that at that time you were separate from Christ, excluded from citizenship in Israel and foreigners to the covenants of the promise, without hope and without God in the world. 13But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far away have been brought near by the blood of Christ. 14 For he himself is our peace, who has made the two groups one and has destroyed the barrier, the dividing wall of hostility, 15 by setting aside in his flesh the law with its commands and regulations. His purpose was to create in himself one new humanity out of the two, thus making peace, 16 and in one body to reconcile both of them to God through the cross, by which he put to death their hostility. 17 He came and preached peace to you who were far away and peace to those who were near. 18For through him we both have access to the Father by one Spirit.

19 Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his household, 20 built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone. 21 In him the whole building is joined together and rises to become a holy temple in the Lord. 22 And in him you too are being built together to become a dwelling in which God lives by his Spirit.

Tied together, you have GOD’S mandate/  The 2 made 1 = ISRAEL!

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Posted by on May 23, 2011 in Military, Muslim, Terrorism


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St. Mark Lutheran Church – Sermon – 05/15/11

Once or twice per year, I am honored to be asked to compose and deliver the Sunday Sermon at St. Mark Lutheran Church in Cape Girardeau, MO.  Last weekend, I gave the Sermon on Acts 2: 42-47.  I am not a Theologian nor have I attended or graduated from Seminary.  Thus, it is quite a challenge to study and prepare a Sermon… …and I really enjoy it!

Below is the Epistle Lesson followed by the Sermon:

Acts 2: 42-47

42 They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. 43 Everyone was filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. 44 All the believers were together and had everything in common. 45 They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. 46 Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, 47 praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.

The Sermon

So, I was reading the Lessons for this week, and yes, I feel I’m supposed to speak about the Gospel, but I could NOT stop focusing on the lesson from Acts.  The knee-jerk questions started flying as I read through that lesson:

  • What kinds of ‘wonders and signs’?
  • What is ‘everything in common’?
  • Verse 45 “…anyone who had need” Who?  The Jews?  The Pharisees?  The Gentiles?
  • Verse 47 “…enjoying the favor of all the people“.  What people?  The Jews?  The Pharisees?   Gentiles?  Samarians?
  • What happened to the powers that were granted to the Apostles?  Why weren’t they passed on to future generations?
  • Why did the fellowship end?

For the scripture readings, I try to build in my head a picture or a film or a video of the scene and the actions and the dialogue, and this week, the reading from Acts really came to life.  Then I read the verses that surround today’s reading.  And Verse 41, directly before today’s reading, REALLY brings the picture to life.

41 Those who accepted his message were baptized, and about three thousand were added to their number that day.     

In Acts 1, we are told that there were about 120 of them – the believers.  That’s, what, about twice as many as we average here on a given Sunday.  Can you imagine Pastor Malone giving such a great sermon, and with the work of the Holy Spirit, 3000 new souls being baptized and added to our numbers in one day?  Imagine every man, woman, and child from Chaffee, MO joining St. Mark Lutheran Church in one day!

I doubt today’s sermon is going to have that affect.

Pentecost is not for a few weeks (June 12th), so it seems were are getting ahead of ourselves.  But, the scene from today’s reading starts shortly after the Apostles spoke in tongues and on the same day as that 1st Christian Pentecost.  Then, the lesson gives us a view of the next few weeks going forward.  I picture the center of Jerusalem, a busy city with thousands of people teeming with merchants, guards, commoners, religious types – all that going on before Pentecost.  Then, the Holy Spirit descends upon the Disciples, and they start speaking in tongues.h/t

A crowd gathers.  I always imagined that crowd to have been a hundred or so people, but now I know that’s not possible.  I would think the crowd had to be at least 4,000… …at the very minimum, 3001.  I picture Peter practically screaming to be heard by that mass of people – especially at first when they were grumbling about the Disciples being drunk on “new wine”.

Peter stood up and spoke with great conviction.  In his Sermon, he quoted the Prophet Joel, admonished the Jews for putting Jesus to Death, and quoted King David.

And then, those who accepted his message were baptized – 3000 of them.  How many didn’t accept his message?  Based on the wording, some didn’t accept his message.  Some Americans don’t believe NASA landed on the moon.  90% do.  So that ratio would mean that at least 3,333 were listening to Peter.  As of 2009, 79% of Americans believe Jesus rose from the dead.  That ratio would mean about 4,000 were listening to Peter on that first Christian Pentecost.

So, the crowd he spoke to must have been massive, and with 3,000 added to their numbers (and more every day), I see an enormous logistics problem.  And, I don’t see UPS showing up in brown vans to deliver food, water, and other necessities to the Temple.

I see the Temple and Solomon’s colonnade bustling with the newly faithful. I imagine them praying and celebrating the word of God and the Resurrection of Jesus.  I envision people coming and going to and from their homes bringing food, money, and property.  I see Apostles teaching, but also directing, planning, organizing, leading, controlling and appointing other faithful to ensure that this new church can devote itself to the Apostle’s teachings.  All that activity and hustle and bustle is in this scene in my head.

And finally, we are here at Verse 42 with my list of questions:

My first question was ‘What kinds of wonders and signs?

It was fairly easy to locate some specific examples of what we would generally consider wonders and signs.  We think miracles:

  • Peter curing a man unable to walk: Acts 3:1-10
  • Peter causing Tabitha (Dorcas) to rise from the dead: Acts 9:36-10:1
  • Philip dispossessing unclean spirits and healing the paralyzed and lame: Acts 8:5-7

But, I learned that the real wonder and awe goes to the Holy Spirit and the evidence of its presence in the budding the Church.  The fact that so many people believed the teachings of the Apostles in such a short period of time is truly a wondrous and miraculous occurrence.

My next question was of a suspicious nature, “What is this ‘everything in common’?”

Well, it was exactly what it said. Those who had plenty and those who had little sold their possessions and brought them to the Apostles to be included in the common purse.  The Disciples and Jesus kept a common purse, and other groups of Jews used the same practice long before the advent of this Christian Church.  So, this was not exactly new.

But being who I am, my brain immediately saw this as a verse that would be quoted by the Marxists and Communists as biblical evidence that supported their causes.  I could see being admonished to give up the products of my labors to the government because, “What Would Peter Do?”  But, I quickly learned that this commonality was different.  It was not coerced at the end of a gun nor through law or guilt.  Each man or woman made the choice regarding their possessions as the Holy Spirit worked within them.

In Verse 45 & 47, my questions were “Who is this… …anyone who had need?” and “What people were they … … enjoying the favor of”.

William Willimon wrote that “Certainly, Luke makes a makes a distinction between what is said to outsiders and what is proclaimed within the ongoing life of the church.  Far from any modern mushy ‘inclusiveness,’ Luke is quite careful to separate those on the inside, who know, from those on the outside, who do not know.”

Regarding “anyone who had need,” Luke is describing the activities of and within the fellowship, not the beginnings of social ministry.

And, considering in Acts 4, Peter and John were arrested by “the [chief] priests, the captain of the temple, and the Sadducees,” we know that they weren’t enjoying the favor of those people.  (There’s also that little thing where Stephen becomes the 1st martyr in Acts 6.)  Again, Luke was describing the activities within the budding church when they were “praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people.”

What happened to the powers that were granted to the Apostles?  Why weren’t they passed on to future generations?

A more knowledgeable person than me could write a book on this subject, but from my readings, put simply, the miraculous powers given to the first Apostles died out with the first Apostles.  Why?  God’s choosing.

It seems that God through Jesus entrusted the 12 Disciples with divine powers and with or through those Apostles to Stephen, Phillip, Paul and Barnabas.  But that seems to be all.  There is discussion of wonders and signs being performed at churches in the absence of the Apostles, but to a lesser extent.

The greatest level and number of miracles were performed during the times of Jesus and immediately following through his first Apostles and a few chosen others.  God chose to use the miracles performed by Jesus and the Apostles to glorify Himself through Jesus and the Apostles.

Additionally, there were many times throughout the Old Testament where there were a greater or lesser number of miracles being performed by God, His Prophets (major and minor), and His believers.  So, it stands to reason that the level and number of miracles would seriously increase during the magnificent event where God, through Jesus, frees us from the bonds of sin… …and then decrease from there.

And my final knee-jerk question was, “Why did the Fellowship end? 

Reading in Acts Chapter 8, we get a pretty good description of why the Fellowship ended.  After Stephen’s sermon and martyrdom, “a great persecution broke out against the church in Jerusalem, and all except the apostles were scattered throughout Judea and Samaria. […] 3But Saul began to destroy the church. Going from house to house, he dragged off both men and women and put them in prison.”

So that was it; the end of the Jerusalem Fellowship; the end of the great Christian Communion; the end of the Temple Community on Solomon’s Porch.  You might even call it the true end of the Resurrection Pentecost.

There was actually one more question that I had, but it seemed a bit more thoughtful and less knee-jerk.

In what ways is the Fellowship present in today’s time?”

Was the “Great Persecution” the end of the Fellowship?  Did Saul’s attack on the Christian Communion succeed? That wasn’t it; was it? That wasn’t the end.

For in the very next verse, we hear “4Those who had been scattered preached the word wherever they went.”

And with that, you can draw a straight line from Jerusalem to Cape Girardeau, MO and all points beyond.  This wasn’t the end; it was the beginning.  It was the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, with Its Divine power, leading the people out of Jerusalem to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ.

It was the Advent of our Christian Religion and Faith.  It was the beginning of the Community of St. Mark Lutheran Church in Cape Girardeau, the Communion of our members, and the Fellowship of our believers.

We see the power of that 1st Pentecost all the time here at St. Mark:

  • Every week in the Sanctuary
  • Every month on Sweet Sunday in the Fellowship hall
  • At Spirit Club
  • Dorcas Circle

I have felt the power of the Holy Spirit in the St. Mark Community since I returned to the area in 2006.  When I arrived, I often cried in the pew in sorrow and despair, and the St. Mark Community in the Sanctuary lifted me with Song and The Word.  I have laughed time and again with different members of the St. Mark Community as we have worked in the Glory of God.  I have felt the pain as we have lost loved ones and watched with pride as we’ve supported those left behind.  I have seen the power of the Holy Spirit as we have cared for those within the St. Mark Community.  And I’ve known that if I was one of those seriously in need, the St. Mark Community was ready and willing to help.  That is the evidence 1st of the days of the Christian Church that I’ve seen at St. Mark.

And I know… …we can grow the St. Mark Community in the same way the Christian Community at Jerusalem grew after that first Resurrection Pentecost – with the divine aid of the Holy Spirit.  In business, they say, “If you aren’t growing; you’re dying.”  St. Mark is certainly not dying.  So I know, as we go outside of our Community at St. Mark, we can count on the Holy Spirit’s guidance as we spread the Good News of Jesus Christ; and we can rely the fact that, as we tell others about God’s Grace, He will “add to our numbers daily”.

Let us Pray,

Lord, thank you for the gift of the Holy Spirit and its guidance over the ages.  Help us to rely on its power to continue to strengthen the Community at St. Mark in both love and numbers.  Keep us on the right path so that we may find that gate to everlasting life.  In Jesus’ name we pray.  Amen.

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Posted by on May 17, 2011 in Miscellaneous, The Bible


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Joe Holleman & Post-Dispatch: Welcome, Comrade!

Sunday’s Post-Disgrace column by Joe Holleman was jaw-dropping.  I had to go back, rub my eyes, and re-read the part where he says “I would label myself — ‘slightly to the right of center'”

After condescending on the simple desire to see Barack Obama’s real birth certificate with all the haughtiness of an east coast liberal, Holleman decided to wade into the controversy between tea party members (note the lower-case) and Don Giljum and Judy Ancel’s promotion, advocacy, and recruitment into the Communist Party.

Holleman says, “I think if we’re going to waste a few thousand dollars, we should do it by employing a few communists at our universities.

Let’s face it, where else are they going to go?

Communism has been kicked out of every Eastern European country. It would be dead in Cuba if the economy wasn’t bolstered by the thriving black market for 1950s car parts.”

So if college campuses don’t provide a safe haven for communists, then they’ll start circulating in the real world. Personally, I don’t need all that earnest goofiness.”

Later, Mr. Holleman points out that he was “irked” that some members of the tea party, who’s blog entries are syndicated on the St. Louis Tea Party Coalition web site, labeled advocates of communism as “degenerates” and “wastes of human flesh”.

‘Some say’ that “degenerates” and “wastes of human flesh” were too kind of words to describe the advocates of communism.

A quick aside to remind Mr Holleman of the facts:

Stéphane Courtois argues that Communism and National Socialism are slightly different totalitarian systems, and that communism is responsible for the murder of around 100 million people in the 20th century. He also argues that the National Socialists [Hitler] adopted their repressive methods from Soviet methods.

Stéphane Courtois (born November 25, 1947) is a French historian, an internationally known expert on communist studies, particularly the history of communism and communist genocides, and author of several books. The Black Book of Communism, a book edited by Courtois, has been translated into numerous languages, sold millions of copies and is considered a standard work on communist genocides.

So, Mr. Holleman wants keep the hiring window open at the universities for the ideology that murdered 100,000,000 people in the 20th Century (and from which National Socialists took their cues)?  Better they be there at the colleges teaching and recruiting our impressionable children than “circulating in the real world”?

Okay then, by Joe’s logic, what other ideologies and political theories should we welcome on campus in the name of academic freedom?  Seems that anyone who murdered 100 million or less in a century works for Joe.  At what point does the level of murder during the implementation of a political ideology become too much for Mr. Holleman (and not just “earnest goofiness”)?

How about supporters of fascism?  Hitler only killed 6 Million Jews – way less than communism dude.  Sign ’em up; right Joe?

How about the KKK? Should the grand wizard of the local radical racists be hired as an adjunct professor at UMSL or UMKC?  What great testimony to academic freedom, right?!?!  They killed way less than 1,000,000 people and probably are even bourgeoisie.

Al Qaeda has killed barely 10,000? Sign up the radical Imams?

But, we certainly don’t the ROTC or, Satan forbid, the Christian Conservatives!

Say it isn’t so Joe… …that you’d try to minimize the devastation and brutality that has been prosecuted in the name of communism and suggest that we allow its advocates a platform to indoctrinate our youth.

I think not!


Sadly, my comparison of communism, fascism, the KKK, and radical Islam will be dismissed as hysterical hyperbole, but ignoring the deaths of hundreds of millions of human beings in the name of an ideology and minimizing the hiring of their supporters at America’s universities?!?!  Well comrade, that’s just “steadfast knuckleheadedness”!

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Posted by on May 16, 2011 in Communism, Media, Socialism, Tea Party


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McCaskill Sides With More Energy Tax Increases

In Claire McCaskill’s most recent mailing to her subscribers list, she joins the latest Democrat attack on business — this time against the Big Oil companies:


At a time when Americans are already suffering from the increase in gas prices, the Democrats’ answer is not to find ways increase the supply of Oil and Gasoline (which will reduce prices); no, their answer is to increase taxes.  If you haven’t figured it out, McCaskill and Obama are tried and true tax-and-spend liberals!

After Obama’s 2011 State-Of-The-Union address, the liberals were re-re-repeating his call to end the oil subsidies.  And, I asked them over and over again, why the Democrats didn’t repeal the subsidies when they had full control of the House, Senate and Oval Office.

And, now when the prices have by design increased to an average $4.00 / gallon, they scream for more taxes on the evil big oil corporations!  Problem is; corporations don’t pay taxes.  There, I said it.  CORPORATIONS DON’T PAY TAXES!  There is no magical corporate tax-paying fairy.  All money that a corporation pays to the government in taxes comes from their customers.  Taxing corporations is just another hidden tax on you and me.

So, thanks Claire.  In the face of a rough economy, spiraling food and commodity prices, and spiking gasoline prices, your answer is to tax us more.

Thanks for nothing.

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Posted by on May 10, 2011 in Congress, Economy, Free Market, Taxes


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CBO Monthly Budget Review (04/2011)

I receive weekly/monthly e-mails from the Congressional Budget Office which is widely acclaimed to provide and unbiased view of the costs of bills and income to the government.  Except… …they are constantly wrong.

In the summary statement in today’s e-mail:

CBO Monthly Budget Review: Based on the Monthly Treasury Statement for March and the Daily Treasury Statements for April

The federal government incurred a budget deficit of $871 billion in the first seven months of fiscal year 2011, CBO estimates. That year-to-date total is roughly $70 billion more than the deficit incurred in the same period in 2010. Both outlays and revenues are about 9 percent higher they were last year at this time. With the completion of the spring tax-filing season, receipts of individual income taxes have been significantly greater than CBO anticipated.

That’s $871,000,000,000 deficit in the first seven months of 2011.  It’s another Federal Stimulus Bill in my book, yet the economy languishes.  It also means that, given the continued level of spending, the 2011 deficit will be $1.491 Trillion Dollars — money taken for the selfishness of today that will enslave generations future.


“…than CBO anticipated” can be added to everything CBO has done.  The cost of every bill is higher than CBO anticipated. Cost of Government is higher than CBO anticipated.  Tax receipts were higher/lower higher than CBO anticipated.  Maybe CBO should double what they anticipate and get in the ballpark for what’s going on!

But, one clear benefit of these CBO E-mails is that they give me a heads up of what’s coming down the pike regarding Congressional Legislation.  Such as…

Cost Estimate for S. 710, Hazardous Waste Electronic Manifest Establishment Act

Cost estimate for the bill as ordered reported by the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works on April 15, 2011

Go to and sign up for these e-mails to stay better informed!

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Posted by on May 10, 2011 in Congress, Taxes


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Media Matters Confirms Don Giljum Saboteur Authenticity

The Soros lackeys at Media Matters attempted to debunk the claim that Communist Don Giljum is supporting and teaching the advocacy of Industrial Sabotage in a hit-job against talk-show host Dana Loesch last Friday (4/29).


Apparently, Media Matters was able to get their hands on the 18-30 hours of video that is being reviewed by the University of Missouri as they continue the meme that Breitbart, Loesch, and the Right Wing Nut Jobs took the whole discussion out of context.  St. Louis Tea Party has been demanding the release of the 18-30 hours of classroom video for public review, but that request has fallen on deaf ears… …unless, apparently, you are a Soros-funded hack media organization.

However, a fair read of the expanded text transcribed by Media Matters simply confirms that Don Giljum is promoting industrial sabotage!

According to Media Matters:

Here is how Team Breitbart presents remarks made by Don Giljum:

GILJUM: Because I think if you look at labor’s history over the years, you’ll find that, you know, we’ve had a very violent history with violent protests– [CUT]

GILJUM: …in certain instances, strategically played out, and for certain purposes, that industrial sabotage doesn’t have its place. I think it certainly does. But as far as — You know, and I can’t really honestly say that I’ve never wished, or have never been in a position, where I have haven’t wished real harm on somebody or inflicted any pain and suffering on some people–

STUDENT: We’re all human.

GILJUM: –who didn’t ask for it, but, you know, it certainly has its place.

Here are Giljum’s actual comments rejecting violence – the “not” that Team Breitbart “cut off though in the editing” is in bold:

GILJUM: I tend to agree with you, because I think if you look at labor’s history over the years, you’ll find that, you know, we’ve had a very violent history with violent protests and reaction to suppression. OK? But as time has changed, the tactics have changed, or the need for those have changed. OK?

Now, you know, that’s not to say that in certain instances, strategically played out and for certain purposes, that industrial sabotage doesn’t have its place. I think it certainly does. But as far as — You know, and I can’t really honestly say that I’ve never wished, or have never been in a position where I have haven’t wished real harm on somebody or inflicted any pain and suffering on some people–

STUDENT: We’re all human.

GILJUM: –who didn’t ask for it, but, you know, it certainly has its place. It certainly makes you feel a hell of a lot better sometimes, but beyond that I’m not sure as a tactic today, the type of violence or reaction to the violence we had back then would be called for here, and I think it would do more harm than good.

(emphasis by Media Matters)

Stunning. Media Matters seems to be able to tie words together into sentences, but when they CONFIRM that Don Giljum advocates violence and sabotage, they somehow lose the ability to comprehend the sentences’ meanings.

THIS, is the sentence where Giljum advocates sabotage:

“Now, you know, that’s not to say that in certain instances, strategically played out and for certain purposes, that industrial sabotage doesn’t have its place. I think it certainly does.”

If Breitbart or Loesch had said the same thing — replacing Industrial Sabotage with Union Hall Sabotage  — Media Matters would have suddenly been able to comprehend this meaning and attack her on those grounds.  But, not if it’s one of their favored nuts.

And, the most damning sentence from Giljum is the one Media Matters added at the end in their effort to claim that Breitbart and Loesch took his words out of context.

“It certainly makes you feel a hell of a lot better sometimes”

Under FBI questioning, you would hear, “Okay, Mr. Giljum, this sentence clearly confirms that you have engaged in industrial sabotage.  I want you to describe clearly those events…”

And the rest of that sentence simply says that if he thought the same tactics would work today, he’d be all for it.  Two words:  Insane!

Even more… …why they would try to exonerate someone who said the following astounds me?

“You know, and I can’t really honestly say that I’ve never wished, or have never been in a position where I have haven’t wished real harm on somebody or inflicted any pain and suffering on some people–“

A logical reading of that statement again confirms that he has “inflicted … pain and suffering on some people!  Read that sentence without the portion highlighted in blue.

Since the left is scrubbing like an old wash-maid this week, here is an image of the Media Matters review of his words:

h/t Media Matters

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Posted by on May 2, 2011 in Media, Unions


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