Guns #12

August 2, 2012

Daniel Gould to Jim Driscoll


Hi JD;
As you said, "I believe in everything this guy says..." And as I keep
pointing out to you, you are the gullible one....And speaking of "this
guy," who is he? What we do know is he is a "biker" and that says a
whole lot, but we don't know WHO HE IS. He doesn't sign his name to his
BULLSHIT...Probably doesn't want to get his hands dirty with poo.
...But, yes, he is your kinda guy, a right wing radical conservative
who claims to trace his elite family back to the Revolutionary War.
That should be lineage one would be proud to identify with---not to
mention allow us to check out the validity of the claims---but, NO, the
man does NOT want his identify known.
Get wise! Try thinking for yourself.


August 2, 2012

Jim Driscoll to Daniel Gould


DAN GOULD: MAN...MYTH...LEGEND....(mostly myth)
You seem to be missing the entire point here. Of course I don't know
this guy. I don't have to. I read the statements he made. He's not
selling snake oil. He's not telling me or anyone anything new.
I based my statement on his comments.....his beliefs, as it were. What
he said he believed, I believe too. He is not making wild claims, just
things he believes to be true. His political or economic or religious
viewpoints, as it were. Why would I have to check out his credentials?
If THE BIG O said something I agree with, or also believe, then he
and I w/b in unison on that point. (And, he has, in the past.)
What is so difficult for you to believe in the same concept or concepts
of someone else.......whoever he may be......if you happen to already
agree with him? Does that make you less than a person? Lord knows
you've been taken in by a host of atheistic professors and writers and
freely drank their kool-aid message....or so it would seem. If someone
you do not know says something that makes sense to you, that you also
adhere to, do you run out and check him out, his credentials, to
substantiate his sources ???
All of your contrary thoughts and beliefs are the product of someone
else....someone who taught you, wrote about, or otherwise influenced
your limited, godless view of the world in which we all live. In your
thirst for truth, you absorbed like a sponge anything that somehow
seemed contrary to what you were originally taught or exposed to. You
call yourself an who ..."does not know (for sure) " .
Boy.....that's maybe the first time you've ever truly hit the nail on
the godless, loveless, value-less head of truth, warped and molded to
fit your own innate belief system.
What you need to do is read....cover to cover......"THE BOOK OF LASH" a means to learn the true meaning of life, why we are here, and
how to deal with people of your own twisted ilk. And...
not to mention.....the power of the whip. That seems to be the only
source that can possibly straighten you out at this late juncture of
your hopeless, directionless, meaningless, confused life. All those
classes...all those books...all those years....all that
searching....all that pursuit for knowledge and truth.....and you still
don't know...for sure. It seems hopelessly sad to me. And such a
waste of time.
======================================== YOUR PRESIDENT


August 2, 2012

Jim Driscoll to Daniel Gould



(BTW: Medical science and the Supreme Court are not the people. Put
that Q to the popular vote...and see what you get regarding abortion.


August 2, 2012

Daniel Gould to Jim Driscoll


Hi JD;
You don't know why I have NO respect for Bozo-Ronnie...Look at his record---and, remember, I am the one who read David Stockman's book, that's where I got the facts.  You say he "was against big government..."  Well, that's what he said from one side of his mouth, but are you aware he increased the federal payroll a significant percentage during his eight years of do-nothingism?
Your statement "yes, government is here to help...but not to CONTROL."  I think to justify that statement you must define what you mean by "control." There is "authoritarian control" and there is "democratic control". Since the basis of American government is "We the people" I am assuming that it is proper that the government elected by the people is meant to "control" the society: regulations, laws, police, et al. Of course, that is why American politics is at such a contentious stage because there are those who do NOT want comprise, but only want it there way. This is demonstrated by your next statement "'Thou shall not kill'...also extends to abortion..." You say it is murder, medical science says it isn't; the Supreme Court has said it isn't. So, you see, you are the one trying to CONTROL people to follow your way of thinking and ignore the law.  
And I am still not convinced Bozo made all these statements, some just seem too dumb for even him to have said. I think I'll Google and check it out...Back in a moment...

...This was a rewarding experience. I thought I  was just wasting time by checking on these quotes attributed to Bozo--Ronnie, but, alas, I discovered a trove of quotes by the clown.

Many that are listed in what you sent me are listed also at this site: The site is called: AboutCom:Political Humor.

Here are more gems to sink your teeth into...I mean, he really said these things...

1. "What's an actor know about politics?" He asked while criticizing Ed Asner for opposing his foreign policy.

2. On Clint Eastwood's bid to become mayor of Carmel, "What makes him think a middle-aged actor, who's played with a chimp [sic], could have a future in politics?"

3. "We are trying to get unemployment to go up [sic] and I think we are going to succeed."

4. "I never drink coffee at lunch. I find it keeps me awake in the afternoon."

5. "Facts are stupid things!" He said at the 1988 Republican Convention.

6. "I am not worried about the deficit. It is big enough to take care of itself."

7. "Well, I learned a lot...I went down to [Latin America] to find out from them and learn their views. You'd be surprised. They're all individual countries."

8. When asked by a reporter, in 1966, what kind of governor he would make he said, "I don't know. I never played a governor."

And the last one says it ALL: "It's true that hard work never killed anybody, but I figure why take the chance."

Thanks for bringing back to mind some of the many reasons why I have no respect for Ronnie-the-Clown....But in a perverse way he was funny.

The person who sent you the quotes got all or nearly all from this site, but you will also note that he left out some of the best ones...I wonder why?