Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Happy Patriots Day

Ok, not real comfortable with the official day's title. I guess it's better than calling it Atrocity against Humanity Day, or Victory of 38 people from Saudi Arabia who hated the West Day, or some other poorly worded day.

For my part, I have been watching closely the 2Million Bikers who were denied a rally permit. Funny how the Muslim Political Action Committee had no problem getting a rally permit on Patriots Day.

Funny how things like that happen in the District of Columbia, which is completely run by the Federal Government. The same folks who summon the forces of the IRS against non-Muslim groups whenever possible.

Funny. Not.

The Bikers have been riding in a swarm to D.C., but none of the Lame Stream Media has noticed, not even Murdoch's Merry Pranksters. Well, ok, there was a brief spot at 2:30, or so.

Go here and here to get news about the Patriot Riders who are making Washington DC feel a bit nervous with the diversity of opinions present, in one place. Turns out the government is kinda ok with impromptu rallies, just not ones that aren't about hating George W. Bush..


I have chicken on the barby outside and some brussell sprouts in the oven, so this has to be short...

Have a fine evening and live well in honor of the Patriots who died twelve years ago. Living well is the best revenge we can do over and over again, which is sure to piss off an enemy who is stuck in the seventh century.


Buck said...

Since when did this day become "Patriot's Day?"

It's been a sad day for me for the last 12 years and today was no exception.

Barco Sin Vela II said...

No idee when the day was named. Says so on calendar.


Alison said...

Patriot Day is an annual observance on September 11 to remember those who were injured or died during the terrorist attacks in the US on September 11, 2001. Many Americans refer Patriot Day as 9/11 or September 11. Not to be confused with: Patriots' Day in Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Maine is a civic holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. It is observed on 3rd Monday in April(it's suggested in Florida, just not official holiday). Just a little FYI! :)