Is Colin Kaepernick Entitled to a Job?

Is anyone else tired of the sad little shit known as Colin Kaepernick?

Kaepernick made a decision to stage a protest while on his employer’s time. That decision had a consequence, he ultimately lost his job and no other team has picked him up.

Does this need collusion? Not really, why would a team owner want the added drama? He is a mediocre player so there is little reason for  team to wish to include him in a team sport.

Don’t get me wrong, he can certainly protest any issue that he wants provided that it is during HIS time. I do not support the method of his protest. I do however support that he has the right to do so.

If an actor chose to take a knee at the start of each day filming, how long would directors put up with it? Would they be forced to cast them for films?

If an ER doc chose to take a knee at any time a patient came to see them, would the hospitals appreciate the quality of care? Should they be saddled with the disruption?

If I were to participate in a protest on the clock, I would expect negative consequences. I would also expect hem to follow me for a while. We know that prospective employers can call previous employers and ask what our rehire status is… it is a fact of work life. If the prospective employer does not feel comfortable with the candidate, they will be apprehensive to hire. why is Kaepernick any different?

Perhaps if Colin were to include a clause in his contract to be a PROFESSIONAL player on game days and any other time that he is representing his team or the league including a significant financial penalty for breech he might find a team will to take him on.

He shit in his bed, now he has another decision, clean it up, or get comfortable in it.

When Protests Evolve Into Riots

We have been seeing far too many incidents where what starts as a peaceful protest, or vigil turn into horrible riots.

I do not know why the mainstream media cannot devlop a damn spine and call the event what it is when it turns. Do they feel that they will be protested, boycotted, or what? If the media outlets had the balls to return to being NEWS agencies again and not ratings fluffballs we may actually listen to and respect them.

Have we gotten to the point where so many people buy into the bullshit of “white privilege”? Has society decided that any given non-white group can riot with immunity?

Even when the outrage is justified, the destruction of your local towns is not. Have pride in yourselves enough to hold peaceful protests. Once that our great leaders would be proud of.

#BlackLivesMatter anyone else seeing this as racist?

We have all seen the tag, the protests, the violence, the anger, but has anyone seen the racism?

When I initially raised the question, I was called a racist.


Well, I suppose it is based in the realm of “it’s a black thing, you wouldn’t understand”.


Since I am a human, I understand that ALL LIVES matter. It is not about black lives, it is about lives in general.

Race doesn’t matter. They tell us time and time again about the inequality of their particular race (or gender for that matter). For those of us that do not see race as an issue, because we have moved on, or those that make efforts at being color blind see this as garbage.

So we are supposed to believe that black lives matter more than any others? That is racist by the way that I was taught.

We know that racism is only tolerable if it is done by a minority. (see also American Latino Media Arts Awards, Miss Black USA)

After you refresh yourself on the definition… that do you think? Is #BlackLivesMatter racist? Should it be simply #LivesMatter?

  1. the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.
    1. prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one’s own race is superior.
      “a program to combat racism”
      synonyms: racial discrimination, racialism, racial prejudice, xenophobia,chauvinism, bigotry, casteism

      “Aborigines are the main victims of racism in Australia”


Ferguson, yes I have views too

So the world has been watching to see where this went.

Before I begin, I was not there, nor was I in the grand jury, so I know only what the public knows.

I am in a different camp than Wil Wheaton, and others. I am probably in the minority of Anonymous, as the vocal side is stomping their feet that this was such a travesty.

I do not know what factors told the officer that deadly force was the best reaction.  Perhaps he SHOULD have used a non-lethal.

Am I racist? no, will I be called racist, could be.

We knew that the chance was high that there was going to be trouble either way tonight.  How many riots or destruction has occurred after winning a pro ball game or hockey game? People get overly excited and lose their common sense.

The bottom line is that the grand jury did not see enough to compel ANY of them to put forth charges. Not ONE!

We know from the strong arm robbery shortly before his death, that he was not in his right mind. He may have been kind and gentle normally, but not that day.

Sorry, this was blown way out of proportion, and most of us knew it in August. So much money and time spent. I will not call it it a waste, because our society seemed to feel the need for it to be intense. So be it.

We also knew in August that the masses were no going to accept the outcome.

Now it will go to a civil case where you don’t really have to prove a case. At least not anywhere near as conclusively.

God help those who have been directly impacted; family, friends, the community, even the police…

To those protesting: Please do not rip up your communities…

I am torn on what the Supreme Court did today

Today The Supreme Court handed down a decision that in some ways I can understand since they are dealing only (or are supposed to anyway)  the Constitutional issues at hand.

One of today’s decisions was over the Massachusetts law that set out a buffer zone around abortion clinics.

The zone was to allow an area of safe passage for people to get in and out of clinics without being harassed by protesters.

There is part of the rub, it is impinging on people’s rights to protest.

I have been in protests, those that have been here for a while will remember the Westboro protest.  They can be peaceful or they can turn on a dime and get very ugly.

I am not a fan of Freedom of Speech Zones… To me and as long as I breath air all U.S. soil is a Freedom of Speech Zone. To me, my DD-214 and DD-215 forms say just that.

If you think that you can stop me from protesting, good fuckin luck!

However, that is tempered with the rights of those around me. That is my Libertarian side shining through. I will try really hard to not deprive you of your rights. No just like sin, shit happens sometimes and I may cross a line.

If I am going to drop off a package at a clinic and some rabid protester spits on me I am going to lose it. I may go to jail for my assault, and when the piece of shit get out of the hospital, I will be pressing charges of my own for their crime. (1) Yes, I am quite vindictive when I get pushed. If you want to protest, fine do so respectfully. Remember that just because a person is going in or out of a clinic does not mean that they are participating in the act that you are so upset about. There are people who have to deliver stuff to other offices within the building. Often there are other services being performed that are socially acceptable like breast exams, or pap smears.

Those that have met me (Di Da, Owt Raged, etc.) I am not a small individual. There are reasons that I don;t have fights at the bar when I am bouncing. If I am going to a clinic with Gigglez for a pap smear and someone were to get out of line… understand that I am not afraid of jail.



Pushing the limits of respect

After I matured into a full fledged human being and learned compassion, I learned to treat people with a greater level of respect.

Respect for me is earned, not just given.

I tend to give a person a certain level of respect and what they do with it from there is up to them.

Along comes the Westboro Baptist “Church” spewing unbelievable volumes of hatred. I have expressed that had I not had any family, that it would be very tempting to make the entire family martyrs as one of their “protests”.

The Phelps family has lost their patriarch, Fred Phelps.

While the knew response is one of similar hate, we need to rise above them. I did find it ballsy that they asked fro the world to be respectful when they clearly are not.

Yes, it would be fitting for us to stand in line along the procession holding sign that say things like “No Fred, God doesn’t have f*gs, he only hates you.”

The Phelps family is in pain, just like we have all experienced and will experience again. The loss of a loss one, even when they are estranged, is not easy.

Please consider taking the higher ground and don’t throw hate at them right now. Let’s save our hate for a better issue.

Wait, what?

So the government shutdown has no problem spending money to keep people out of parks and other resources during this shut down… but has no problem with granting a permit to let the damn illegals construct a stage and use the National Mall for a rally/protest to demand amnesty and rights?


What the hell kind of bullshit is this?


Of course with the current illegal loving government, even if there weren’t a shut down, nobody would have the balls to round up the illegals and ship their asses back to their countries of origin.

I find the tactics to force the citizenry to give a shit about the shut down to be stunning. All the various services being blocked that may cost more to block than to allow pedestrian traffic. Why should sections of the open sea be closed to fishing?

Are you really going to tell the Border Patrol to stand down and just permit illegals free flow across the borders?

To me that seems actionable. I find THAT to be grounds for impeachment. Kind of funny coming from a non-tea party member right?

Kind of funny coming from a former Obama supporter. I said years ago, that I would call it like I saw it and if Obama proved to be a problem, I would call him out on it. Welcome to that day…

Mr President, it is becoming more clear that you have some sides of you that SUCK!

No, I do not think I would change my votes if I have the chance as I still think he was the lesser of the evils. Some things were good but the more we see  of his second term, the less I care for him.

Dog the Bounty Hunter, the latest threat against Snowden

Dog the Bounty Hunter has sworn to bring Snowden back to American, though what ever illegal means he can find.

And just who has offered a billion dollar reward for his return? The government isn’t allowed to hire mercenaries or brake international law in pursuit of the accused, so who is backing this?

Illegals With a Sense of Entitlement

So we have a group of illegals who feel that they are entitled to free transplants…

They have started a hunger strike that they say will continue until the CEO of Northwestern Memorial agrees to meet with them. Okay, no reason not to meet with them. I would ask that he not yield to their demands…

There is no reason whatsoever for illegals to get free healthcare. If they pony up the cash, you bet! Perform the services that are needed.

If these people want to go on a hunger strike, that is fine. Treat it like a child having a tantrum, let them go through it and don’t cave in. They have two choices, eat or die. I personally don;t care, other than it is a shame when someone loses their live.

We cannot afford to keep giving away the farm. It is bad enough that we have enough fuqtards in power that they are getting far too many services as it is. To the politician who feel that criminals are more vital to our nation that those who are supposed to be here, “FUCK YOU!” They are illegals, they are to get nothing from us. no, no lo hagas! ¡Vete al cuerno! (I chose Spanish since it seems to be the predominant language used by illegal immigrants. I do understand that there are many languages involved, but I am not going to translate them all here.)   Had they entered the country legally, my position would be very different.

Counter Protest in Washington State

Good morning all!

Tomorrow I will be participating in a counter protest against Senate Bill S. 744. Since I cannot make it to Seattle, I will be part of the presence in Vancouver at Officer’s Row.

I am choosing to use my time and large physical presence to speak instead of my wallet.

You will find the original alert that went out from Washingtonian for Immigration Reform and

Sorry for the short notice, but I just found out about it yesterday and my PTO has been approved.

TO: All WFIR Members and Supporters:


Friday, June 7th is the last day that we can hold a counter protest to S. 744 before the Senate votes on it on June 10th.


This email is twofold and we sincerely hope that each and every one of you can participate in one or the other of these two events.





(1) Washingtonians for Immigration Reform and would like to hold a Counter PROTEST against S. 744, the “Gang of Eights”

amnesty for illegal aliens if enough members are willing to come forward and stand on the line in opposition to S. 744


Where:  U.S. Federal Building

915 – 2nd Ave.  (Between Marion St. & Madison St.)

Seattle, WA 98104

When:   Friday, June 7, 2013

Time:     11:00 AM – 2:00 PM


Exact location:  In front of  the Federal Building on 2nd Ave., where both Senator Murray and

Cantwell’s main District offices are located.


If you will attend this protest at the Federal Bldg., Seattle, on Friday, June 7, 2013, please respond to this email

stating that you will attend.



the protest will not make an impact and will show our elected people that the opposition to amnesty is just not there

and they will win the battle and they will pass amnesty.


This PROTEST will only work if we have many, many bodies on the Protest line.





Bring a sign or Flag.  Some suggestions for signs:


Please, DO NOT USE PROFANITY on your signs.








(2) The second part of this day’s activity is to hit every district office of our 2 Senators and 10 Congressmen/women in the state to make it clear

to them and their staff(s) that a vast majority of citizens are adamantly opposed to the “Gang of Eights” S. 744 amnesty for illegal aliens.


(SPECIAL NOTE) There will be a petition sent out in the next few days for everyone to copy and paste or print out to take to their local offices.

We need a point man/woman in each congressional city/district listed below to coordinate delivering this petition to each of the following offices.

Please let me know if you will be the point man/woman.


To make it easy for you to determine which Senator / Representatives district offices you should visit, listed below are all locations with addresses.


(Note:  Some Senators and Reps. offices are in the same building in some cities which will make it easier for you to visit both of them on the same day.)


Sen. Murray

Everett          2930 Wetmore Ave., Ste 903, Everett 98201

Vancouver  The Marshall House 1323 Officer’s Row, Fort Vancouver,  Vancouver 98661

Yakima        402 E. Yakima Ave., Ste. 420 Yakima 98901

Spokane     10 North Post St., Ste 600  Spokane 99201

Tacoma       950 Pacific Ave., Ste., 650  Tacoma 98402


Sen. Cantwell

Everett         2930 Wetmore Ave., Ste. #9B  Everett 98201

Vancouver  1323 Officer’s Row, Fort Vancouver,   Vancouver 98661

Richland      825 Jadwin Ave., #206  Richland  99352

Spokane      W. 920 Riverside #697  Spokane  99201

Tacoma        950 Pacific Ave., #615   Tacoma 98402


Rep. Suzan DelBine (Dist. 1)

Bothell         22121 – 17th Ave., SE Bldg. E., Ste 220  Bothell 98021


Rep. Rick Larsen (Dist. 2)

Bellingham 119 N. Commercial St., Ste. 1350  Bellingham  98225

Everett          Wall Street Bldg., 2930 Wetmore Ave., Ste 9F  Everett 98201


Rep. Jamie Herrera Beutler (Dist. 3)

Vancouver  O.O. Howard House Officers Row 750 Anderson St. Ste. B, Fort Vancouver, Vancouver 98661

Chehalis       Chehalis City Hall Bldg., 350 N. Market Blvd.,   Chehalis  98532


Rep. Richard Hastings (Dist. 4)

Tri-Cities Ofc., Pasco 2715 St. Andrews Loop, Ste. D  Pasco 99301

Yakima 402 E. Yakima Ave.,  Ste 760  Yakima 98901


Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Dist. 5)

Colville       555 S. Main St. Colville 99114

Spokane     10 N. Post Street, Ste. 625  Spokane 99201

Walla Walla 29 S. Palouse St., Walla Walla 99362


Rep. Derek Kilmer (Dist. 6)

Tacoma           950 Pacific Ave., Ste 1230  Tacoma 98402

Bremerton      345 – 6th St., Ste. 500  Bremerton 98337

Port Angeles  332 E. 5th St.,  Port Angeles  98632


Rep. James McDermott (Dist. 7)

Seattle        1809 – 7th Ave., Ste. 1212  Seattle 98101-1399


Rep. David Reichert (Dist. 8)

Issaquah     22605 SE 56th St., Ste. 130  Issaquah 98029

Auburn        2 – 1st St., SE  (Open Wednesdays 8:30 – 4:30)  Auburn 98001

Wenatchee 200 Palouse St., Ste 201-1  Wenatchee 98801


Rep. Adam Smith (Dist. 9)

Renton  101 Evergreen Bldg., 15 S. Grady Way,  Renton  98057


Rep. Denny Heck (Dist 10)

Pierce County  6000 Main St. SW, Ste 3B Lakewood 98499

Thurston & Mason Counties  420 College St., SE  Lacey 98503