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Monday, June 01, 2020

President Allen West



"If it's about the lives of my soldiers at stake, I'd go through hell with a gasoline can." -- Lieutenant Colonel Allen West upon accepting an Article 15 reprimand for putting the fear of God in a terrorist in violation of the rules of engagement.

Ever wonder what he would be like as president?

Wonder no more.

Today, with Democrats setting fire to city after city in an attempt to burn the republic to the ground, President Donald John Trump walked through Lafayette Park with the mother of all targets on him. The imagery was not unlike a leader carrying a gasoline can under each arm.

Democrats had torched St. John’s Episcopal Church. Bible in hand, the president visited the church.

Its bishop, Mariann Edgar Budde, was all upset not because arsonists tried to burn the building down but because the president dared visit HER church.

She told Anderson Cooper of CNN, "I am outraged. The president did not pray when he came to St John’s nor, as you just articulated, did he acknowledge the agony of our country right now — in particular, that of the people of color in our nation who wonder is anyone in public power will ever acknowledge their sacred worth and who are rightfully demanding an end to 400 years of systemic racism and white supremacy in our country … We distance ourselves from the incendiary language of this President."

The bishop sided with the barbarians. I suppose turncoat bishops have done that over the centuries.

Slavery ended 155 years ago. Budde needs to update her rhetoric.

Democrats created this mess.

President Trump is cleaning it up by channeling his inner Allen West.

41 comments:

  1. Mariann Edgar Budde: Sounds more like as transgendered Bishopric than bishop.

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  2. I would be behind Lt.Col. West, M14 at port arms. Yes I am old. Can still draw a sight picture and squeeze a trigger.

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    1. Roger that, but with an HK91.

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    2. Would be proud to march with you. FWIW, I'd be proud to march alongside or behind President Trump.

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  3. What a reprehensible bitch.

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  4. Rot in hell, Mariann.

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  5. Bishop Mariann is but one of many reason why I haven't been a practicing Episcopalian for 30-years. Kinda betwixt Lutheranism and Papism since; might have to decide which some time soon.

    M14? What happened to the M1?

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    1. Distance yourself from papism before the end comes. Just saying.

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    2. I'm good out to at least 300 yards with iron sights.

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    3. Garand thumb sucks, the .308 is comparable to the venerable 30-06, twenty chunks vs 8 and you can reload at any time instead of after the enbloc pings out.
      They are both great rifles, father and son.
      Put another magazine
      In my trusty M-14
      All I ever want to be
      Is U.S. Army Infantry.

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    4. Try visiting a real Latin Mass sometime and see what you think. Avoid Pope Francis at all costs, though. Just sayin'.

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    5. Oh yeah or the Tommy Gun from WW1?

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    6. In a wheelchair, (not service related,) but I remember what it is like being under fire.

      Maybe we could mount a minigun on the "all terrain wheelchair" my kids built.... What fun!

      Even w/o the minigun, My Oath is still in force, it still lives within me.

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    7. 1775OGG: The same reason I left the church. The progressives have taken over, period. The church had a gay priest who was married to a women and had an affair with another man, This person was elevated to a bishop in the church. In my more libertarian time I believed that being gay was his business, but violating his marriage was my business. Would the church elevate a heterosexual male who violated his marriage vow be elevated?

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  6. guess the wench did not watch his speech before hand, to bad it was good...

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  7. False church with false preachers. Once the so called clergy are confirmed females you know it’s a church of feminism, gender justice, homosexuality and SJW nonsense.

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    1. They're the US version of the Anglicans. The Anglicans went off the deep end decades ago - so bad that the African Anglican churches (who wanted regular Anglicanism, not the nouveau b.s. version) broke away.

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  8. >>>> As an aside, congratulations to Mr. Surber: 30+ million pageviews!! [I think I arrived here just around 20 mill.] ZB

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    1. Thanks. It is a lot of fun

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    2. He came, he saw, he conquered. Big D.

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    3. Yes, congratulations for that and, also, for your posts appearing elsewhere. For example, in the center column of yesterday's Citizen Free Press. - Gary B

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  9. The bishop is not an outlier for mainstream clergy. When the pastor in our ELCA church took the side of the Freddy Gray protesters, I knew it was time for me, my family, and my offering envelopes to head out. We couldn't complain to the ELCA bishop because she was even worse.

    CP

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  10. Pres Trump is a rock star, the kind from the 1970s when music was good.

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    1. Okey-dokey. That image we can work with.

      Shoulder-length hair. Bare chest. Smoke on-stage and strobe-lights clicking six times a second. Speakers each the size of two Buicks. A two-neck guitar, the neon strings different colors.

      Rock it. Loud.

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  11. Her Ladyship the First Female Bishop, profiled in the Washington Post in 2011. Inneresting. https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-faith/right-rev-mariann-budde-reaching-out-for-a-more-vital-episcopal-church/2011/12/07/gIQAPlazeO_story.html

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    1. That's clue #2 about how that church isn't about Jesus, God, or anything resembling real Christianity. The first clue is that she's a she. A feminist she. Run from that church. Far, far away from that church.

      FLOlson

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  14. Hopefully Mariann Edgar Budde-hole prayed to St. Floyd the Landlord, patron saint of meth & fentanyl overdoses for the power to stop Bad Orange Man from winning in a landslide in November.

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  15. "Its bishop, Mariann Edgar Budde, was all upset not because arsonists tried to burn the building down but because the president dared visit HER church."

    Any "church" with a female bishop is a vaudeville act.

    Bishop "Karen".

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    1. LOL! That's priceless. - Gary B

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  16. Kristine Stache, interim president of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America-affiliated Wartburg Theological Seminary, gave a presentation Friday before the denomination's Executive Council.

    Stache drew from the most recent parochial report data which found that, from 2008 to 2018, the denomination experienced a 24.9 percent decline in average Sunday attendance and a 17.5 percent decline in baptized members.

    “It depicts a church that appears to be dying,” said Stache, as reported by Egan Millard of Episcopal News Service, labeling the statistics “very sobering.”

    At the current rate of decline, according to Stache, the denomination will have no Sunday attendance in 30 years and no baptized members in 47 years.

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  17. Tucker Carlson has severely criticized Kushner for constantly pressuring Trump to go easy on progressive traitors. His soft-on-crime advice has gone too far, also. If Trump dumped this stone-faced, liberal ass, his popularity would go way among his already-loyal base. - Gary B

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    1. I don't know, nor probably does anyone, the amount of influence he has over Trump, but I know when I managed my support people were not always of a like mind as me. I kept them because I need more info for making decisions than from those who agreed with me consistently. I told even my craft on my the major construction projects that my door was always open since they would share in any failure on my part, so we had to be a team.  But they understood that I had to make the final decision and needed their input when possible to avoid mistakes.  We were always successful. 

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  18. From Ft. Jackson summer of 65"walk my post a mile a minute, totin an M14 with nothing in it." I believe that as what some wise guy called our 13th general order.

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  19. She said, "The president did not pray when he came to St John’s nor, as you just articulated, did he acknowledge the agony of our country right now".

    You could say the same about Winnie Churchill visiting St Paul's after the Luftwaffe paid a visit.

    All he said was, "Well make them pay for this".

    Great men think alike.

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  21. How does she know Trump wasn't praying? You don't have to put on a hair shirt, beat your chest, and whip yourself with a cat 'o nine tails to pray. Some folks just pray quietly in their hearts.

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    1. And Trump was probably praying every step of the way, because that was a dangerous walk to take. Watching Trump yesterday I felt that this is the single bravest thing I have ever seen or heard of a President doing.

      I'm glad he did it, but Mr. President, please don't do this too often!!! It's too gut-wrenching to watch. The rest of us were sure praying!!!!! We need you alive and active as President, not a dead symbol.
      TeaPartyGal

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