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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Back to the Future Part IV (Saving America)
















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Friday, August 9, 2013

The off/on switch of "Phony Racism"





Racism is like walking into a small dark closet. If you don't want to see anything don't turn on the light. 


Enter Al, Jesse, Oprah, the NAACP and 99.9% of the black population. 



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The WH had no comment. Apparently Barry has come down with a sudden case of lockjaw.

My guess... he's still languishing over his son.




Same scenario, different outcome.  Half way through this vicious attack the white kid pulls a "Bernie Goetz" takes out a Glock 19 increasing the number of dead sons in Barry's family by 3.

End result.







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Thursday, August 8, 2013

"There is no spying on Americans"




You can add this one to rest of his infamous fallacies:

"Phony Scandals"
"It was the video"
"Low level rogue employees in Cincinnati"
"Workplace Violence"


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“A lot of these programs were put in place before I came in” 

How subtle. 

  (His inheritance...the gift that keeps on giving)

 Still blaming Bush well into his second term!


“I had these programs reviewed and I put in additional safeguards”


By that he means he put the NSA on steroids when it came to data mining. The Utah Data Center, over 1 million sq. ft. facility, is scheduled to be completed September 2013 at an estimated cost of $2 billion. This is to house all the phone records our government muscled away from Verizon, AT&T, etc. 

 Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Skype, AOL, etc were also strong-armed to supply internet searches by this administration.

Strong-armed is not in Barry's vocabulary. He likes to call it... "a modest encroachment".



A far cry from when he bemoaned Bush for the Patriot Act... Ya think?
(Senator Barry...Try finding this from the MSM)

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Time Magazine. 
Not exactly an enemy of Barry.


Telling Americans That Their Data is Being Collected Isn’t Legal:

The order specifically forbids Verizon from informing customers (or anyone else) that their data is being collected, stating “no person shall disclose to any other person that the FBI or the NSA has sought or obtained tangible things under this Order.”


To put things in perspective an excerpt from Forbes:

Much has been written about just how much data this facility might hold, with estimates ranging from “yottabytes”…to “5 zettabytes.” … a yottabyte = 1,000 zettabytes = 1,000,000 exabytes =…1 trillion terabytes. …you would need just 400 terabytes to hold all of the books ever written in any language!


Lets step back in time to 1968 when Sirhan- Sirhan assassinated RFK. Virtually every terror attack upon Americans to the present date with the exception of Oklahoma and Atlanta has been carried out by Muslims. So it stands to reason the government should target Muslims, but our government is "handcuffed" by political correctness. To draw a parallel...If your transmission slips on your car, to correct it, should you change the air in the tires?



To approach it another way and convince you I'm not totally full of crap look at it like this. If the Utah Data Center has just got to be a  $2 billion project, a million square feet, capable of harnessing a trillion terabytes, to justify this massive endeavor... there must be terrorists living on every street... in every state...  clear across America! 



If you think this information will not be used for nefarious purposes just take a look at the current situation at the IRS.

Still in doubt? Check out the DOJ.

There is NO WAY you can spin this:

Stedman:

 When asked if he ever wiretapped Rosen and the AP:


“That is not something that I’ve ever been involved in or heard of or would 
think would be a wise policy. In fact my view is quite the opposite”

We found out later... this liar actually signed off on it.





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If Ft. Hood was "workplace violence" then the Boston Bombing was a cooking accident




This story from all places The Daily Beast.


Hasan is representing himself which means this Muslim dog will be questioning the very victims he shot! So in a sense he gets to assault them twice. At first I was glad Hasan was paralyzed serving as a constance reminder of his actions. Now I would like to take him and his wheelchair atop Mt. Everest and let the good times roll. 

Burn in hell you bastard!

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Nidal Hasan's Murders Termed 'Workplace Violence' by U.S.




As U.S. Army psychiatrist turned jihadi Nidal Hasan finally goes on trial for shooting 13 fellow soldiers to death at Fort Hood, here is what the government continues to classify the 2009 attack:


In what might be termed the audacity of nope, the government has declined to call this al Qaeda–inspired mass murder an act of terrorism because to do so would be "unfair to the victims."


(Victims being used by Barry)

Police officers Mark Todd and Kimberly Munley of Killeen, Texas, look on as first lady Michelle Obama waves to the chamber before Barack Obama's State of the Union address on January 27, 2010. (Mark Wilson/Getty)


The official reasoning is that it would jeopardize the case because, as stated in a Pentagon memo, "defense counsel will argue that Major Hasan cannot receive a fair trial because a branch of government has indirectly declared that Major Hasan is a terrorist—that he is criminally culpable."


That has not stopped the government from calling the 9/11 attacks anything but terrorism. The 9/11 memorial at the Pentagon has on display the Purple Heart, the medal awarded to all the soldiers who were killed or injured there that day.


But the Purple Heart has been denied the soldiers who were killed or wounded at Fort Hood. And, because they were classified as victims of simple calamity rather than of combat, they and their families have been denied the accompanying benefits. A number of them say they have not even been able to secure adequate care for their wounds.


And, perhaps in part because people assumed that the army would take care of the soldiers as it would any other fallen and wounded warriors, there was no huge outpouring of financial support for them as there would later be for, say, the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.


To her great and everlasting credit, nobody has been more vocal about all this than one of the two heroic police officers who took Hasan down and ended the carnage.


"Betrayed is a good word," Police Sgt. Kimberly Munley has said of the way the soldiers have been treated.


Imagine coming home shaken up by the war and seeking psychiatric help and having this guy call you a war criminal?


Munley speaks up on behalf of the soldiers even though as a civilian she would be ineligible for the medal or the benefits, even though she was wounded in the attack.


And Munley has more than enough cause to complain about how she and her equally heroic comrade, Police Sgt. Mark Todd, have been treated themselves.


You likely recall all the accolades that Munley and Todd received after the attack.


Maybe you saw them on television seated beside the first lady at the State of the Union address, Munley still in pain from the bullet wound in her leg.


You may not know that both of them were subsequently laid off due to budget cuts.


You also may not know that Todd suffered a stroke this past Christmas, two days after returning from Afghanistan, having gone to work there for a civilian contractor when his heroism at Fort Hood failed to save him from being "excessed."


The stroke apparently left him unable to speak, but he has nonetheless been placed on the list of potential witnesses as the trial gets under way at Ford Hood.


The judge in the military tribunal initially denied—but may reconsider—a prosecution request for permission to submit instead Todd's testimony at an earlier hearing, when he had his full powers of speech. He may still be required to testify in writing.


Munley almost certainly will testify at the trial. Her lawyer, Reid Rubinstein, reports that she is as ready as ever to do whatever duty requires.


She is presently honoring a request by the prosecutors to refrain from public comment during the trial. But you can be sure she will have plenty to say afterward. And likely little of it will be about her own troubles.


In the meanwhile, Rubenstein has joined with another attorney, Neal Sher, in filing a lawsuit against the government on behalf of Munley, a number of the shot soldiers, and their families. The suit notes that the army and the FBI ignored repeated warnings that an increasingly militant Hasan was bent on jihadist violence.


The suit charges that, among other things, the authorities "knew or should have known that Hasan was abusing his patients, who were American soldiers returning from the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, by calling them 'war criminals' in the course of psychiatric treatment sessions, and promising criminal prosecution against them because these soldiers had killed Taliban and other terrorists in Afghanistan and Iraq."


Imagine coming home shaken up by the war and seeking psychiatric help and having this guy call you a war criminal?


Imagine later hearing that this same sick shrink was allowed just to spout lines from the Quran in place of the formal oral presentation required of all new doctors.


And that Hasan's communications with al Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki were initially excused as research into radical Islam.


And that Hasan spoke of being "happy" when a fellow jihadist shot an American soldier to death outside an Arkansas recruiting station in June of 2009—a soldier who would also be denied a Purple Heart.


And that five months later Hasan allegedly went with a gun into an area where soldiers were either returning from a deployment or preparing to deploy.


Among those who were shot was Lt. Col. Juanita Warman, a physician who specialized in treating PTSD. She died while using her body to shield a fellow soldier, an act that should have earned her a medal for valor as well as a Purple Heart.


Also shot was Pvt. Francheska Velez, just back from Iraq, completing paperwork for education benefits and pregnant with her first child.


"She lived for a short time in terrible pain and agony, knowing that she and her child were dying," the lawsuit says.


The suit also says that just before the gunfire, Hasan was heard to shout, "Allah akbar!" as Awlaki had reportedly advised.


In 2011, Awlaki was killed by a drone strike in Yemen. The government said the killing was justified even though he was an American citizen because he was also an enemy combatant in a foreign land. He had, in the words of Attorney General Holder, "repeatedly made clear his intent to attack U.S. persons and his hope that these attacks would take American lives."


Yet the attack that Hasan allegedly carried out after being inspired and guided by Awlaki remains "workplace violence."


In an added twist, Hasan will be representing himself at the trial. That means Munley and perhaps even Todd may have to endure being cross-examined by him.


As a consolation, the cops might consider that the trial is going ahead only because the judge nixed Hasan's effort to avoid the death penalty by pleading guilty. He has apparently lost some of his fervor for martyrdom even though he has said in the past that martyrs are rewarded in paradise with 72 virgins.

Let us hope that whenever he departs this realm, if he meets anybody, Hasan is instead greeted by 13 soldiers with some serious anger to vent.



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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Jesse Jackson's Newest Staff Member



Mel  Reynolds




Jesse Jackson has added former Chicago Democrat Congressman Mel to Rainbow/PUSH Coalition's payroll.  Reynolds was among the 176 criminals excused in President Clinton's  last-minute forgiveness spree.  Reynolds received a commutation of his six-and-a-half-year  federal sentence for 15 convictions of wire fraud, bank fraud, and lies to the Federal Election Commission.  He is more notorious, however, for concurrently serving  five years for sleeping with an underage campaign volunteer.

  This is a first in American politics: An ex-congressman who had sex with a subordinate....won clemency from a president who had sex with a subordinate...then was hired by a clergyman who had sex with a  subordinate

His new job? Ready for this??
****  YOUTH COUNSELOR ****

IS THIS A GREAT COUNTRY OR WHAT?








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