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11 September 2012



Hey Ryan, Keachie Talks, Romney Listens: http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/09/14/us-usa-campaign-romney-idUSBRE88C17C20120914

Ryan Mount


Obama has been launching drone strikes at suspected terrorists installations at a rate much greater than any previous President. it's been mostly effective at stirring up Anti-American sentiment as well we dismembering, maiming and killing large numbers of innocents.

My sarcastic commentary was directed at Tweedledee(Obama) and Tweedledum (Romney) running for President.



That's called the "Better Them Than Us" School of Foreign Policy. How many Americans have been killed by drone attacks? How much better have we gotten with the experience gained over the last ten years?

Ryan Mount

The governments in these countries are very weak, and that's being generous. The military runs Egypt. So I suppose we could take that money away (something I was never fond of to begin with), and then create an incentive for the military elites to, um, "moderate" dissent among the populations. It's hard to convey sarcasm in a blog comment, but suffice to say, such "moderation" would be in the form of massive clamp downs and oppression...all for a few billion.


The world would be a much better place if religions were private affairs between the people involved and their various SkyKings. Instead they seem to be a wondrous excuse for many, to tell others, how they should live and what is wrong with them, and much worse, to take hostile actions, with SkyGod(s) on their side.

Ryan Mount

50% of everyone you'll meet on Planet Earth is going to be below average.

You have masses of poor and uneducated people who are willing to be useful tools for religious zealots and demagogues. It's hard not to be sympathetic to someone like Ann Coulter who suggested years ago that we should just invade their countries and convert them to Christianity. That actually might be cheaper. My suggestion has always been to give them drive thrus.

I suppose everyone saw this bit from the Onion yesterday? Please DO NOT click on the below link if you are at work or you are easily offended or have trouble understanding satire (even vulgar versions of it):


(you clicked on it anyway, didn't you?)


"Greg, the usual etiquette is to at least read the recent posts within a thread, before jumping to the moon."
-Keachie/Kenworth/Betterman and a number of other sockpuppets

Doug, the usual etiquette is to not make up scores of pen names in order to hide, nor to invent motivations or hoops to jump for others to try to gin up bogus ad hominem arguments.


"50% of everyone you'll meet on Planet Earth is going to be below average."

This is a concept that is foreign to many. :)


Greg, Would you like me to make that macro longer? I have nothing to hide, too old to give a damn about self, but have others I am concerned for, thus then, the pen name, a very America Federalist Papers Tradition. Enjoy!

""50% of everyone you'll meet on Planet Earth is going to be below average.""

and close to 90% believe the 50% below average all belong to the "other" political party, or religion.


In response to 13 September 2012 at 01:12 PM by Greg, read: http://readersupportednews.org/opinion2/277-75/13487-focus-valerie-plame-wilson-us-government-is-bullying-an-american-hero


Small air tanks, easily carry-able, might have saved the lives of those lost in Libya. Smoke goes away. Or even the $150 3M facemask with full face coverage, about $150. We have a pair to be able to drive away through a fire, having watched what happened in Oakland Hills.

Romney's dude is claiming Romney would have done a better job. Romney never would have appointed Stevens.


For someone who claims to have nothing to hide, Doug Keachie/TomKenworth spends a lot of time hiding.

Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay kept a measure of anonymity in order to remain alive while establishing a new and Free State, and they shared one nom de plume, Publius. The Doug Keachies of the world are serial sockpuppeteers in order to defame others with a minimum of backsplash and while supporting an illusion of support of others, at least until they're found out.

Steven Frisch

Greg, you do realize that the Federalist Papers were largely written more than 4 years after the Treaty of Paris don't you?


"The Doug Keachies of the world are serial sockpuppeteers" Greg has found us out. We are Legion.


David Burge ‏@iowahawkblog "When you stop and think about it, that guy couldn't have made his crappy anti-Islam video without government roads and bridges."

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