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arizona beats

Posted in conservatives, democrats, liberals, news and politics with tags , , on January 10, 2011 by Word-Drum

This is not an extended drum solo here at Word-Drum. My beats and phrases are carefully measured. Here’s what I can say about events and their aftermath on Saturday in Tucson, in my Home State of Arizona:

Sheriff Dupnik is a disgrace and I have no faith in him.

Gabrielle Giffords seems to be one of the few decent liberals and the only hope for the Democratic Party.

But the liberal spin against conservatives after the massacre is cause for alarm. It only makes sense to liberals.

Welcome to Crazy Town.

When Hitler is one of the killers favorite authors and he tries to kill the first Jewish Representive from Arizona, how can you blame Sarah Palin who is a friend of Israel and the Jewish People? Not to mention the murder of Republican Judge Roll.

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 Small Point Gun Stuff

The bedraggled Sheriff of Pima County also got his facts wrong about the magazine for the Glock 19. The wigged-out puke, Jerry Lee Loughner, must of loaded one in the chamber and then refilled the magazine. It holds 30 rounds, not 31. The reload would of given him another 30 shots, not 31. Or he had a 33 round magazine, but since he started with 31 shots before reloading, I guess he had 30 round mags(+ one in the chamber for the first and final magazine used in the slaughter).

Trying to take him out would be very difficult using the full metal jacket rounds that he used. You would have to get on top of him and shoot down, or you would also hit innocent bystanders (since the bullets can go straight through the body).

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One security person(armed with hollowpoint ammo) standing beside the Congresswoman would of made all the difference. But that doesn’t matter now. Now we pray for the complete foiling of the evil plot: When Gabrielle Giffords returns to Congress.

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The Left think the American People have no memory. But we do. Like a jilted lover, we remember all the lies told. We cannot bear anymore but White Lies. The Big Lies must stop.

Leaving Crazy Town.

rain in mccain

Posted in conservatives, economy, liberals, politics, war, word-drum with tags , on September 24, 2010 by Word-Drum


One of the most amazing political stories of the last year is how hard John McCain fought to keep his seat in the Senate.

Arizonians were amazed at the media blitz of nasty spots, not just negative advertising. Herman Goering would be proud of the way McCain brought down J.D. Hayworth. So would the National Wrestling Alliance.

We are all thinking why didn’t he fight like that for the Presidency?

Now I have to go to the polls in November thinking “He’s a war hero. He’s a war hero…the commies tortured him for five and half years…he was Jimmy Cagney…a tough guy…war hero…”

But he did say the commies broke him. Even though he never gave in to their demands.

Will he go back to giving into the endless demands of the American Left?

He might throw in with the new conservative movement. It wouldn’t hurt to have an old soldier in the Senate. The endless battles in Washington could be made irrelevant by larger issues of the economy and war. Others can deal with the former but the later is McCain territory. I would prefer a fresh crop of conservatives including some with combat experience in the Global War On Terror, but Big John must see where we are now as a nation. It’s do or die time.

welcome to arizona: now go home

Posted in democrats, news and politics with tags on July 29, 2010 by Word-Drum


If you’ve come to AZ to protest closing the border and Sheriff Joe, you are not welcome here.

Go back to California…if you can.

word-drum’s address to the world

Posted in conservatives, democrats, Islam, Israel, military, word-drum with tags , , , on May 25, 2010 by Word-Drum

To the U.S. Armed Forces: Stay strong!

To the Jews: Stay Jewish!

To conservatives: Stay alive!

To Muslims: Stop it!

To Democrats: Sit down and be quiet!

To Blue Note Records:
                    Discover me already!

To Arizona: Stay strong and lead!

To the Phoenix Suns: Win tonight and I’ll forget about Los Suns.

                           

come to arizona: sleep with word-drum

Posted in news and politics, word-drum with tags , on May 13, 2010 by Word-Drum

Do you enjoy your sleep and wish you could do it for a living?

Consider joining Word-Drum’s Sleeper Cell. With several locations throughout the State, find the climate and altitude that’s right for you.

Worried about having the right ID if you run into Sheriff Joe?

Not to worry, we will supply everything you need including an AR-15.

Now is not the time to boycott AZ. With this special offer, you can sleep thru the bad times and contribute to saving the earth and achieving Social Justice (and Jihad).

the next wave

Posted in liberals, news and politics, republicans, word-drum with tags , , on April 20, 2010 by Word-Drum


It might be that politicians think the public is stupid. Perhaps we are, but they might not be too bright either.

Each individual lives in a bubble. The words we use to escape the bubble and communicate have imprecise meaning and reflect emotion more than thought.

We all lie to each other and ourselves. But when John McCain said recently that he never called himself a Maverick, in my bubble, there was a rumbling.

For what it’s worth, I will be voting for J.D. Hayworth to replace Senator McCain here in Arizona. Word-Drum is down with the whole Tea Party scene. It’s time to throw out all of the liberals.

With love and respect for the former war hero and tough guy, let’s wish him well in his retirement.

things az

Posted in media, new things, word-drum with tags , , , , on October 20, 2009 by Word-Drum

redmtn
                                         The Anti-NPR

My bunker is somewhere in Northern Arizona. I have long felt the need for a new radio station in the region. There is only one good station that you can receive on the AM band. On FM, turn up the volume and you’ll hear the sensitive people from NPR. imagesCATDXUH0

I have many ideas for producing good radio and trouncing the competition (except when they run Rush Limbaugh). Anyone with knowledge of broadcasting and how a signal can or can’t be sent over the mountains, as well as business, syndication and other pertinent matters, should contact me. At least let’s have a discussion.(Radio Station Notes here)

If anyone wants do a little hunting and or shooting, also contact me. No liberals.

word16drum@msn.com

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