Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Bwahahahaha....!

I'm so glad I'm married to a real man! I keep watching this over and over again, it's so funny.





If you listen carefully, you'll be able to hear a second agent in the back saying: "I've often wondered that myself."

There you have it, folks! Nobody really knows WHAT she is.

12 comments:

  1. I know that your husband has to go through these checkpoints but my question is was he actually crossing the border into and out of Mexico or are these just set up all over Arizona. I know that might seem like a silly question but why are there checkpoints that are not actually on the border and what do they check. It didn't appear that they asked for a drivers license or any identification. I don't live on a border state so I am not familiar with these types of check points.

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  2. Is she a man?!?! I know she has never married and had children, but I assumed she was a lesbian. How very, very bizarre. And sad.

    in His peace,
    Miriam

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    1. Janet Napolitano is rumored to be gay, but calls herself a "straight, single workaholic". Who knows for sure. But she definitely is female.

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  3. LOL - I wish we could have seen the reaction on the officers (or whatever they are) after your husband drove on.

    I have to say that I understand completely why your husband does what he does at the check points. Even though I understand, it scares me to death for him. I've watched all of the videos.

    While I don't believe the government had anything to do with Newtown, I do believe the government would hurt one person who is aggravating them like this.

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  4. LOL!! BTW, it seems like FJ is dying from withing. I guess they not only spew filth all over other people's blogs but they also tear each other apart.

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  5. Obviously she is just a butch dyke. To the first anon, those check points are several miles from the Mexico boarder. They are not ports of entry and thus are NOT constitutional!

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  6. I have commented on your blog in the past; my comment yesterday was calm and constructive. Obviously, differing opinions are deleted without a second thought.

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  7. I showed this to my husband as we went to El Paso and to return home we must pass through checkpoint. We were SO prepared to follow your husband's lead by asking some sort of question. BUT...for the first time in 7 years we were waved through. We were NOT driving our F250 truck but our youngest son's car. I was speechless. IT was after dark and nothing.

    Sigh...no worries we have to pass through them to shop either west or south so it is weekly for us.

    Jennifer

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  8. I have to say that I don't think that your husband's beliefs are coming through as clearly as he might wish. For one thing, I'm not sure Jesus would be laughing about making fun of Janet Napolitano's appearance. It doesn't seem particularly kind. Second, as someone who lives in another, less-democratic country, I don't understand your husband's actions and his comparison of the US to Nazi Germany. I have lived and travelled in numerous countries, and checkpoints that are well within the border are commonplace and just about the least threatening part of the immigration authority's interaction with travelers, citizens or not. They were not unique to Nazi Germany and don't seem to correlate to any particular ideology. They are just a practical way of dealing with porous borders. His actions come across to me as baffling. He is defying an authority that clearly has no authority over the policy they are enforcing. He is allowed to defy them without fear of reprisal in the form of arrest, physical harm, or loss of property. He is able to post this defiance on YouTube without worrying that he may lose his job or his family may be in danger. He comes across as having fun at the expense of hapless victims who are constrained to treat him with respect and consideration, regardless of how frustrated they may be, rather than someone who is locked in a dire struggle with a dangerous enemy. For someone who does not live in the US, his actions come across as naive and ungrateful. Believe me, while he talks of danger, he looks to me to be feeling a sense of security that many people in the world have not dreamed of. It is hard for me to believe that he knows what real danger is. I have been around people who are struggling against real and immediate injustice and they look nothing like this. To an outsider, he shows the US to be a place where people are safe, regardless of their beliefs. That is something to be thankful for.

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    1. As someone who had their first experience with these Border Checkpoints only a few months ago, I have to say that I COMPLETELY AGREE WITH YOU, ANONYMOUS! While I find them weird, they do have their purpose, though I think I prefer the randomized DUI (Driving Under the Influence) checks we have around here. But then, out there, you can't get from point A to point B without taking particular roads, sometimes, whereas we have 5 to 10 different routes to avoid tolls, traffic, etc. It'd be silly to put in a permanent structure because people would just avoid it (like the tolls).

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  9. I too wonder what is Christian about mocking a woman's appearance.

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