So via Hot Air we find our that an Op-Ed by Kate Cronin-Furman in the New York Times and Taco Stand does a wink-wink about doxxing Customs and Border Protection agents. Why is this lady’s info not out on Social Media already?
“But we don’t play that way Miguel! That is not nice!
Bullshit. Do you remember when Journalists started to demand States to release the names and addresses of those with Concealed Weapons permits? It was a polite “Please do not do that” that stopped them but the publishing of name and addresses of not only the journalists but also where they worked and their bosses from public sources and the newspapers themselves. They stopped fucking around with that stuff real soon and even one newspaper hired armed security for its owners’ home (not the workers, interesting.)
So, your mission if you decide to accept it is to find info about this woman and if you don’t want to post it, I won’t mind publishing it in a way that should sense a nice loud message to her and morons like her.
8 thoughts on “Explain to me why are we still playing nice?”
I’ve seen it described elsewhere, but an answer would be the political-violence-as-switch-vs-rheostat hypothesis:
Maybe one of the reasons why Larry bought mountain? 🙂
Because Rule of Law is like a person’s personal honor- once gone, it’s almost impossible to get back.
Trip the switch, and we would find out that getting our face stomped by the Right boot sucks just as much as the Left boot.
I hear ya Joe, but if we don’t play by the same rules as the other side, we get killed. Literally and figuratively. Bullies most often stop when they get smacked in the nose. Larry’s mountain looks better every day…
The big problem is that is very, very, very easy to become the very thing you are fighting against (or worse).
Once the switch is flipped, you cannot flip it back off and go back to the way things were. Amputate a limb, and you can’t regrow it.
But, the bastards tend to make more talk than real action- and that action is limited to the Social Democratic People’s Republics.
You can remain a virgin or you can get bloody.
Unfortunately there is on way to be both.
The difference is our goals: They want to dominate us and we want to be left alone and in freedom.
I do agree- I’m just not fooling myself about what the end result would be.
Once the switch is hit, the guns come out, and the shooting starts, our freedom is gone. Cincinnatius types are extraordinarily rare, and all dictators tend to run things pretty much in the exact same way- no matter what their policy is supposed to be.
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