• http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    People have taken the Left too lightly. They have taken the unions too lightly. They have become more worried about what the Left will do to them, than what they can do against the Left.

     The New York peasants will suffer.There’s a reason why Rudi Giuliani had so many problems with the police unions and the city chiefs. They know which side of the bread theirs is buttered on. Law and order wasn’t it.

     A lot of people I know in certain industries are fans of MMA and the UFC.

    There are two options.

    1. Stop the Left by stopping them everywhere or fail trying to do half hearted no gos

    2. Take the Left seriously and stop talking about what the Left wants “Americans” to do, overreact, etc about some issue.

    News flash. The Left doesn’t have to make you over react. That’s what laws are for. They’re not cornered about what you can “make” them do, because they are attack orientated and will think about what they can do to destroy the Constitution and achieve checkmate, Final Hour, Critical Point, Utopia. 

  • FunkyPhD

    I agree with everything that Steven says about the duplicity of New York state politicians.  I still hate MMA, though, and love boxing.  Boxing is the sweet science; MMA is two guys with their heads in each other’s crotches and 45-second matches.  But unlike those on the left, I can detest something without insisting that it be made illegal.   

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    Western boxing actually was like MMA, but through the centuries it started using gloves and outlawing many of the wrestling, throwing, and joint lock techniques. Western Europe had their own martial art history with swords and what not, but it died out centuries ago because industrialization took over.

     The current modern boxing is probably what MMA and the UFC will look like 100 years in the future.