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2014-01-28 12:57:12 PM  

Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: TheShavingofOccam123: The world has moved on. It's not full of white people anymore. It's not praying to Jesus anymore. It's not a chorus section praising everything White America does around the globe.

And taking out your butt-hurt on the duly-elected POTUS isn't making you look good in anyone's eyes except maybe those of your in-bred, cross-eyed, two-headed cousin.

The world has never been full of white people.  In the history of the human race, white people have always been a global minority.  A very vocal, vicious, angry, self-delusional, sometimes genocidal minority for sure, but a minority nonetheless.


And those are our good points.
 
2014-01-28 12:57:49 PM  

Dimensio: Codenamechaz: So by 1.8 million, I'm assuming they mean more like somewhere around 10 to 50 thousand like their last big "march" in 2010.

You are thinking of the march in 2009, which attracted a very successful crowd, as shown in the picture below:

[latimesblogs.latimes.com image 300x399]

The liberally-biased mainstream MSM media tried to claim that only 10,000 were in attendance, but that picture proves them wrong. Then the more stubborn liberals in the media tried to dispute that picture with typically liberally-biased facts, such as the fact that the weather in the District of Columbia was overcast throughout the day of the rally, or the fact that the National Museum of the American Indian, which opened in 2004, should have been visible in a picture of that area taken in 2009.


Nope, not thinking of that one. They actually had another march on 9/12/2010 that they said had somewhere in the range of 100,000 to 600,000, depending on which conservative group you believed, while the fire martial estimated a max of 75,000 in attendance at best.
 
2014-01-28 12:58:40 PM  

qorkfiend: The tricky part there is the two-thirds bar. I can't see 34 states agreeing to call a convention. And no, they're not aware of the historical comparisons or context of their actions.


Yeah, but they haven't even TRIED that route.

If the impetus for protests like these is "We've exhausted all other means, now it's time for guns," someone should tell them there are unexplored avenues offering remedy for their situation.

'sides which - how many red-state governors are there, and how many legislatures leaning or solidly red? Might not be 34, but in the 20s for sure. If The Marketplace of Ideas accepts Teabagger logic, they should have no problem getting an additional 10ish states to agree to the convention (hell, I'd push for MD to agree to one, and that state is bluer than a sad blue playing a mashup of Blue Monday and Kind of Blue on a JetBlue flight to Berblueda).

To say nothing of proposing specific amendments.
 
2014-01-28 01:00:20 PM  

Dedmon: Mantour: [i1.ytimg.com image 850x850]

THat's awesome. Where's that from?



Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely Stained By Past With Devil Worshiper! Washington March A Sacrifice To Satan?


http://bobpowell.blogspot.ca/2014/01/operation-american-spring-to-be -m assive.html
 
2014-01-28 01:01:13 PM  

Dimensio: Codenamechaz: So by 1.8 million, I'm assuming they mean more like somewhere around 10 to 50 thousand like their last big "march" in 2010.

You are thinking of the march in 2009, which attracted a very successful crowd, as shown in the picture below:

[latimesblogs.latimes.com image 300x399]

The liberally-biased mainstream MSM media tried to claim that only 10,000 were in attendance, but that picture proves them wrong. Then the more stubborn liberals in the media tried to dispute that picture with typically liberally-biased facts, such as the fact that the weather in the District of Columbia was overcast throughout the day of the rally, or the fact that the National Museum of the American Indian, which opened in 2004, should have been visible in a picture of that area taken in 2009.



You mind providing a link for that picture, or should we just take you at your word that its not from some other event?
 
2014-01-28 01:01:19 PM  

mofa: MrBallou: Sometimes I wish these "2nd Amendment Solution" idiots would go through with it.

An armed attack on Washington DC by a bunch of arm-chair tigers with AR-15s wouldn't last long, as soon as the actual US Military was called in to protect the Capitol.

Then we'd be rid of the morons.

Yeah, but they're patriots and independent thinkers.  They might bring AR-16s or AR-17s, or whatever it takes.


Bring em on.  I have a wristrocket slingshot  with medical grade tubing and a pouch full of ball bearings.  I am nearly deadly with it. I also sling ice cubes which gives immediate brain freeze (not that these Neanderthals have a brain to freeze). Willing and ready to repel this horde of teatard terrorists.
 
2014-01-28 01:01:33 PM  
GoodyearPimp:If God doesn't do anything, are those working in his name deluded or are they sinning?

Yes.
 
2014-01-28 01:03:05 PM  
The Right is all talk.
 
2014-01-28 01:03:19 PM  

Dr Dreidel: It occurred to me while responding in another thread:

The Constitution allows The People (in the form of their state governments) to call Constitutional Conventions, yes? So why have we skipped the remedies made available by the Constitution and gone right to "armed insurrection" which is explicitly NOT allowed by the Constitution?

And why are they claiming they're "protecting" the Constitution by staging a coup (complete with show trials for the old government by the new "ruling party") to rework it? Is no one eloquent or well-read enough to say "We have to burn the village down to save it"?

// I will be in DC on 16May (because I live there), about a mile from The Mall
// I volunteer to serve as Fark's live-blogger during the Diabetes Spring


You're assuming these people have actually read the Constitution....
 
2014-01-28 01:03:26 PM  

DROxINxTHExWIND: Dimensio: Codenamechaz: So by 1.8 million, I'm assuming they mean more like somewhere around 10 to 50 thousand like their last big "march" in 2010.

You are thinking of the march in 2009, which attracted a very successful crowd, as shown in the picture below:

[latimesblogs.latimes.com image 300x399]

The liberally-biased mainstream MSM media tried to claim that only 10,000 were in attendance, but that picture proves them wrong. Then the more stubborn liberals in the media tried to dispute that picture with typically liberally-biased facts, such as the fact that the weather in the District of Columbia was overcast throughout the day of the rally, or the fact that the National Museum of the American Indian, which opened in 2004, should have been visible in a picture of that area taken in 2009.


You mind providing a link for that picture, or should we just take you at your word that its not from some other event?


I located the link at this article.
 
2014-01-28 01:03:49 PM  
Mantour

http://bobpowell.blogspot.ca/2014/01/operation-american-spring-to-be -m assive.html

Oh, wow. That's good stuff.
 
2014-01-28 01:03:55 PM  
So... 10-20 old, fat, white assholes with guns and misspelled, poor crafted signs?

Rage against the machine, jackasses...
 
2014-01-28 01:04:22 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: Dr Dreidel: It occurred to me while responding in another thread:

The Constitution allows The People (in the form of their state governments) to call Constitutional Conventions, yes? So why have we skipped the remedies made available by the Constitution and gone right to "armed insurrection" which is explicitly NOT allowed by the Constitution?

And why are they claiming they're "protecting" the Constitution by staging a coup (complete with show trials for the old government by the new "ruling party") to rework it? Is no one eloquent or well-read enough to say "We have to burn the village down to save it"?

// I will be in DC on 16May (because I live there), about a mile from The Mall
// I volunteer to serve as Fark's live-blogger during the Diabetes Spring

LOL "Diabetes Spring"

Do the live blog! Will love you forever!


OH hells yes.

DIABEETUS SPRING!
 
2014-01-28 01:04:26 PM  

verbaltoxin: Are you too awaiting a certain ham radio and firearms enthusiast to show up here, describe his fantasies and then say, "But I'm totes serious that would never happen, dudes. I'll just continue to post here like it could."


Mr. Cooper (initials withheld) was the inspiration for the original, but I'm fine knowing that he and I disagree on many things. While hearing his opinions is sometimes informative (yesterday, a discussion about proper shooting stances), I'm not really "waiting" for our Digital Godot.
 
2014-01-28 01:05:17 PM  

Nadie_AZ: "We have 1.8 million definite militia members coming," promises Operation American Spring spokeswoman Karen Smith. (The Anti-Defamation League pegs the number of American militia members at about 20,000.)

This is my favorite line.

They have to continually unskew the numbers.


Hey now, the Definite Militia is the real deal. The DefMil will be doing donuts on the White House lawn in a million all-terrain hoverounds that day, mark my words.
 
2014-01-28 01:06:45 PM  

nmrsnr: Prudent governance?


The confluence of those two words are an axiomatic impossibility. Unless we're talking about waging war and protecting property. Providing services is the sole domain of the private sector. And any time the people disagree and elect a government that attempts to provide services that exist outside of the government's limited monopoly on violence (meaning violence against others, specifically those outside our borders and the acceptable mainstream of society) that government is tautologically illegitimate and must be removed. Also through violence.

I have snow shoes. Don't make me do it.
 
2014-01-28 01:08:29 PM  

Dahnkster: I live in the Florida panhandle where this guy is from. Sure there's nice beaches, but this place is a toxic concentration of fear, crazy, racism, ignorance and butthurt.

[image.blingee.com image 400x400]


Hey, that's my hometown area you're talking about!

But yeah, I know.  Reading the Northwest Florida Daily News letter column when I visit my folks is always entertaining.
 
2014-01-28 01:09:04 PM  

SlothB77: They'll protest outside the White House by day and set up in campgrounds and RV parks outside the city by night.

ugh.  the traffic here is bad enough already.  also, the area right outside the city isn't exactly rife with campgrounds and RV parks.


Outside the city? Do they mean outside DC proper or outside the Beltway. Do they plan to fight traffic every day? I guess they could always park at the Walmart in Alexandria.
 
2014-01-28 01:09:08 PM  

GoodyearPimp: I don't wanna be "that guy" but if the Christian god is all-knowing and all-powerful, why doesn't he do all the hard work in foisting the President from office?  If God doesn't do anything, are those working "in his name" deluded, or are they sinning?


Republican God is like any other CEO...he's just here to say a lot of vaguely inspiring things and collect a lot of money. "Work" is for the rank and file.
 
2014-01-28 01:10:22 PM  

HotIgneous Intruder: Needlessly Complicated: Dr Dreidel: // I will be in DC on 16May (because I live there), about a mile from The Mall
// I volunteer to serve as Fark's live-blogger during the Diabetes Spring

LOL "Diabetes Spring"

Do the live blog! Will love you forever!

OH hells yes.

DIABEETUS SPRING!


Motion carries?

// someone's gonna have to remind me to actually do it, though
 
2014-01-28 01:10:30 PM  

kronicfeld: "We have 1.8 million definite militia members coming," promises Operation American Spring spokeswoman Karen Smith

Even using the Glenn Beck attendance inflation constant, that's still at least 45 people.


on their FB page 94 has said they are going. a bit short of 10M perhaps but still ............
 
2014-01-28 01:12:11 PM  
As a godless, socialist commie, can I overthrow their second amendment solution with my own? I want to know how many patriots I can poach before we do things like slightly tax wealthy people more.
 
2014-01-28 01:12:23 PM  
All these retired military in that group could be called up, given summary court martial, and executed given my GED in alien planetary military law.  And lose their PX privileges and rights to tell war stories.
 
2014-01-28 01:13:03 PM  

Fart_Machine: "We have 1.8 million definite militia members coming,"


I think he meant 1.8M lbs. Which is like 5,500 of them.
 
2014-01-28 01:13:48 PM  

JerseyTim: It's going to be amazing the next day to have so much freedom. I can't wait.


I know.  I don't know about you, but when I wake up that morning with all that freedom, I am totally going to gay marry my weed dealer and head off to the abortion clinic to see if I can knock out a quick nine or ten holes before my arugula and Dijon fancy mustard luncheon.
 
2014-01-28 01:13:56 PM  
We shouldn't mock the people in the mobility scooters.  Some of them are powerful enough to go from zero to derp in three and a half potato.
 
2014-01-28 01:14:21 PM  

MrBallou: Sometimes I wish these "2nd Amendment Solution" idiots would go through with it.

An armed attack on Washington DC by a bunch of arm-chair tigers with AR-15s wouldn't last long, as soon as the actual US Military was called in to protect the Capitol.

Then we'd be rid of the morons.


from their FB page comments:
The more I think about this, the more I feel this will ultimately be a trap. Gather all these patriots in one place and then destroy them. By taking a stand, we can also be giving the enemy a golden opportunity to destroy the patriots who rise up. We had better pray and seek God's direction before this undertaking.

so they are aware of the possibility.
 
2014-01-28 01:15:05 PM  
i406.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-28 01:17:15 PM  

kronicfeld: Fart_Machine: "We have 1.8 million definite militia members coming,"

I think he meant 1.8M lbs. Which is like 5,500 of them.


Are you counting the weight of the hover rounds and oxygen tanks also?
 
2014-01-28 01:17:29 PM  

Dimensio: or the fact that the National Museum of the American Indian, which opened in 2004, should have been visible in a picture of that area taken in 2009.


Isn't that the last building on the right side of The Mall right before maryland Ave.?
Or is that what was there before they built the museum?
 
2014-01-28 01:18:08 PM  

Curious: MrBallou: Sometimes I wish these "2nd Amendment Solution" idiots would go through with it.

An armed attack on Washington DC by a bunch of arm-chair tigers with AR-15s wouldn't last long, as soon as the actual US Military was called in to protect the Capitol.

Then we'd be rid of the morons.

from their FB page comments:
The more I think about this, the more I feel this will ultimately be a trap. Gather all these patriots in one place and then destroy them. By taking a stand, we can also be giving the enemy a golden opportunity to destroy the patriots who rise up. We had better pray and seek God's direction before this undertaking.

so they are aware of the possibility.


Pretty sure God's response will be, "Go ahead!  Why else do you dolts think I invented popcorn?"
 
2014-01-28 01:18:27 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: Providing services is the sole domain of the private sector.


[notsureifserious.jpg]

Police, fire, waste disposal, water, plumbing, etc. would disagree.
 
2014-01-28 01:18:52 PM  

give me doughnuts: Dimensio: or the fact that the National Museum of the American Indian, which opened in 2004, should have been visible in a picture of that area taken in 2009.

Isn't that the last building on the right side of The Mall right before maryland Ave.?
Or is that what was there before they built the museum?


As the picture was actually taken in 1997, I suspect that the aforementioned museum is not shown in it.
 
2014-01-28 01:19:24 PM  

Dimensio: DROxINxTHExWIND: Dimensio: Codenamechaz: So by 1.8 million, I'm assuming they mean more like somewhere around 10 to 50 thousand like their last big "march" in 2010.

You are thinking of the march in 2009, which attracted a very successful crowd, as shown in the picture below:

[latimesblogs.latimes.com image 300x399]

The liberally-biased mainstream MSM media tried to claim that only 10,000 were in attendance, but that picture proves them wrong. Then the more stubborn liberals in the media tried to dispute that picture with typically liberally-biased facts, such as the fact that the weather in the District of Columbia was overcast throughout the day of the rally, or the fact that the National Museum of the American Indian, which opened in 2004, should have been visible in a picture of that area taken in 2009.


You mind providing a link for that picture, or should we just take you at your word that its not from some other event?

I located the link at this article.


D'oh! I guess that's not it.
 
2014-01-28 01:21:32 PM  

nmrsnr: Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: Providing services is the sole domain of the private sector.

[notsureifserious.jpg]

Police, fire, waste disposal, water, plumbing, etc. would disagree.


I must be better at bullsh*tting than I thought. I'm not serious in the slightest, I hate that entire argument I wrote.
 
2014-01-28 01:22:33 PM  

Dahnkster: I live in the Florida panhandle where this guy is from. Sure there's nice beaches, but this place is a toxic concentration of fear, crazy, racism, ignorance and butthurt.

[image.blingee.com image 400x400]


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiTM2HQ0g98
 
2014-01-28 01:24:35 PM  

ikanreed: meat0918: GoodyearPimp: I don't wanna be "that guy" but if the Christian god is all-knowing and all-powerful, why doesn't he do all the hard work in foisting the President from office?  If God doesn't do anything, are those working "in his name" deluded, or are they sinning?

Well, God did "say" this

1 Samuel 15:23  "For rebellion as is the sin of witchcraft."

1 Peter 2:13:  "For the Lord's sake accept the authority of every human institution, whether of the emperor as supreme, or of governors, as sent by him to punish those who do wrong and to praise those who do right."

Romans 13:1:  "Let every person be subject to the governing authorities; for there is no authority except from God, and those authorities that exist have been instituted by God. Therefore whoever resist authority resists what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgment."

Don't forget "Slaves, obey your masters".  Always a favorite.


One version of that comes a few verses later in the 1 Peter passage. The probably more well know versions are in Colossians 3 and Ephesians 6. These later two passages also instruct masters to treat their slaves well/fairly. The general context (well, part of the context, especially in the 1 Peter version) is "follow the general rules as best you can so you don't make us all look like trouble makers and jerks".

More importantly, for the context of this discussion and the original question, is what comes just before the verse quoted above from Romans (in 12:14-21):
'Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse them. Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep. Live in harmony with one another. Do not be haughty, but associate with the lowly. Never be wise in your own sight. Repay no one evil for evil, but give thought to do what is honorable in the sight of all. If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all. Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, "Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord." To the contrary, "if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by so doing you will heap burning coals on his head." Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.'

So, in other words, you just concentrate on being good and getting along with everybody. God will take care of the vengeance thing in His own sweet time.*  **

/*It may not be in your lifetime or on this earth, so, you know, get back to that doing good thing.
//** Constantly telling people that God will take vengeance on them does not constitute "getting along", "do[ing] what is honorable", etc.
 
2014-01-28 01:33:01 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: I must be better at bullsh*tting than I thought. I'm not serious in the slightest, I hate that entire argument I wrote


Poe's law jams my sarcasm detector. I haven't downloaded the latest service patch, apparently.
 
2014-01-28 01:33:04 PM  
So a few thousand fat drunks on hover-rounds are going to protest for a while then have dinner.
 
2014-01-28 01:34:57 PM  
Funny thing about these bajillion-man marches...

No one from Bumfark Iowa seems to realize that the DC Park Service has been dealing with this sort of thing for decades. Not a day goes by without "Lower Elbonians for No More Clean Cheese" or their equivalent marching on the mall or yelling through the front gates of the White House. It's daily business. They will then biatch about how the federally funded mall and metro didn't serve them well enough. Go figure.

But these clownshoes think they will convince owner-operators to block the beltway, unlike the other past 432 times that was a dumbass idea.
 
2014-01-28 01:38:35 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: Dr Dreidel: It occurred to me while responding in another thread:

The Constitution allows The People (in the form of their state governments) to call Constitutional Conventions, yes? So why have we skipped the remedies made available by the Constitution and gone right to "armed insurrection" which is explicitly NOT allowed by the Constitution?

And why are they claiming they're "protecting" the Constitution by staging a coup (complete with show trials for the old government by the new "ruling party") to rework it? Is no one eloquent or well-read enough to say "We have to burn the village down to save it"?

// I will be in DC on 16May (because I live there), about a mile from The Mall
// I volunteer to serve as Fark's live-blogger during the Diabetes Spring

LOL "Diabetes Spring"

Do the live blog! Will love you forever!


The Potato Wars began at Diabetes Spring.
 
2014-01-28 01:39:29 PM  

SpectroBoy: So a few thousand fat drunks on hover-rounds are going to protest for a while then have dinner.


Joke's on them. Apart from a McD's on M between 19 & 20 and a BK on Conn Ave (just north of the zoo), I know of no "fast food" joints in the city. I assume there are more, but they're gonna have a hard time finding "real food" in a sea of "fair-trade lamb burger on a toasted sesame seed whole-wheat bun with a mint-curry aioli and arugula".

// also, what happened to calling food by its principal construction, rather than naming a dish by all 6,000 of its ingredients, means of arriving on your plate, and countries/cultures of origin?
 
2014-01-28 01:41:03 PM  
SpectroBoy
So a few thousand fat drunks on hover-rounds are going to protest for a while then have dinner.

I'm guessing a few dozen. If you're on Twitter (I'm not) maybe you should set up a feed on their progress. The last zillion man march was hilarious, basically a dozen people wandering the mall and not being able to find each other, and yes, the Early Bird Special was mentioned.
 
2014-01-28 01:42:09 PM  

Dimensio: Codenamechaz: So by 1.8 million, I'm assuming they mean more like somewhere around 10 to 50 thousand like their last big "march" in 2010.

You are thinking of the march in 2009, which attracted a very successful crowd, as shown in the picture below:

[latimesblogs.latimes.com image 300x399]

The liberally-biased mainstream MSM media tried to claim that only 10,000 were in attendance, but that picture proves them wrong. Then the more stubborn liberals in the media tried to dispute that picture with typically liberally-biased facts, such as the fact that the weather in the District of Columbia was overcast throughout the day of the rally, or the fact that the National Museum of the American Indian, which opened in 2004, should have been visible in a picture of that area taken in 2009.


Nice troll. It was hilarious when Tea Partiers tried posting pictures of the 2008 inauguration crowd as their own crowd and got themselves to believe their lie.
 
2014-01-28 01:46:09 PM  

maxheck: Funny thing about these bajillion-man marches...

No one from Bumfark Iowa seems to realize that the DC Park Service has been dealing with this sort of thing for decades. Not a day goes by without "Lower Elbonians for No More Clean Cheese" or their equivalent marching on the mall or yelling through the front gates of the White House. It's daily business. They will then biatch about how the federally funded mall and metro didn't serve them well enough. Go figure.

But these clownshoes think they will convince owner-operators to block the beltway, unlike the other past 432 times that was a dumbass idea.


THAT.

A buddy was in town a few weeks ago, so we walked to the Lincoln Memorial. Out front, there was a group rallying in support new South Korean President Park (or Pak; my apologies for getting it wrong), protesting the usurpation of power by new President Pa(r)k, some guy shouting The 10 Commandments (seriously, he was just shouting Exodus at the top of his lungs), your standard libertarian economist, and various people engaging or counter-protesting those groups.

// and has anyone seen the guy protesting the Catholic Church outside the Naval Observatory?
// THAT is some lulz, people
 
2014-01-28 01:46:31 PM  
Duke Phillips' Singing Bears:
And if there are two things the United States military can't handle, those things are bullets and sexually experimental fit people.

give me doughnuts:
You think those God-fearing 'Merikan Manly-Men would welcome even part-time catamites into their ranks?!

You guys needed to be in the earlier thread.
 
2014-01-28 01:47:39 PM  
Dr Dreidel:

SpectroBoy: So a few thousand fat drunks on hover-rounds are going to protest for a while then have dinner.

Joke's on them. Apart from a McD's on M between 19 & 20 and a BK on Conn Ave (just north of the zoo), I know of no "fast food" joints in the city. I assume there are more, but they're gonna have a hard time finding "real food" in a sea of "fair-trade lamb burger on a toasted sesame seed whole-wheat bun with a mint-curry aioli and arugula".

// also, what happened to calling food by its principal construction, rather than naming a dish by all 6,000 of its ingredients, means of arriving on your plate, and countries/cultures of origin?


Ex G/F and I had a ritual of renting a nice hotel room in DC on new year's eve and then visiting the Smithsonian's mall offerings on new year's day.

Only place to get breakfast outside the hotel on NY's day was a freakin' Popeye's chicken. My favorite visit sounded of "Woo Ha Woo Ha GOTYOUALLINCHECK!" at 8:00am.
 
2014-01-28 01:48:06 PM  
Just when you thought it was safe to be holed up in a fortified government building while an angry "protest" raged outside again...

BENGHAZI 2: REMEMBER THE FIRST BENGHAZI
 
2014-01-28 01:51:14 PM  

ikanreed: GoodyearPimp: I don't wanna be "that guy" but if the Christian god is all-knowing and all-powerful, why doesn't he do all the hard work in foisting the President from office?  If God doesn't do anything, are those working "in his name" deluded, or are they sinning?

No one genuinely believes in divine omnipotence.  They all imagine agency for themselves.


Hold up, now.  I genuinely believe in divine omnipotence.  That's why I genuinely believe people who do work "in his name" are at least deluded, if not also sinning... though they are likely doing both.
 
2014-01-28 01:52:20 PM  

MindStalker: SlothB77: They'll protest outside the White House by day and set up in campgrounds and RV parks outside the city by night.

ugh.  the traffic here is bad enough already.  also, the area right outside the city isn't exactly rife with campgrounds and RV parks.

Outside the city? Do they mean outside DC proper or outside the Beltway. Do they plan to fight traffic every day? I guess they could always park at the Walmart in Alexandria.


"Accordin' to this there's a new Walmart at 1st & H street NW, near the Capital!  We can all park our RVs there!"
 
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