Thursday, September 30, 2010


I don't care how Obama spins this -- this is unforgivable!!!
The family of Medal of Honor recipient Vernon Baker was denied access to the White House's West Wing a day after the World War II hero was buried at Arlington National Cemetery. And the reason??? Baker's grandson was wearing a T-shirt . . . with a picture of his grandfather on it!, Boise, Idaho news:
Medal of Honor recipient's family turned away at White House

Bob Beckel is despicable!

Unfortunately, what got lost in the recent exchange between Pamela Geller and the despicable Bob Beckel was him not having to follow-up his despicable statement that, “We have to get over 9/11.” Then again, maybe that's why Bob Beckel attacked her. Like I said, “Bob Beckel is despicable.”

ps- Say that three times fast...and don't stop.

Thug Beckel Threatens Pam Geller on Fox Business Network

Beckel threatens Pam Geller

Sunday, September 26, 2010


I am disgusted with a so-called “Commander-in-Chief” who sends Americans to fight a war he has absolutely NO intention of winning...

From Steve Luxenberg, Washington Post Staff Writer:
According to Bob Woodward's meeting-by-meeting, memo-by-memo account of the 2009 Afghan strategy review, the president avoided talk of victory as he described his objectives. “This needs to be a plan about how we're going to hand it off and get out of Afghanistan,” Obama is quoted as telling White House aides as he laid out his reasons for adding 30,000 troops in a short-term escalation. “Everything we're doing has to be focused on how we're going to get to the point where we can reduce our footprint. It's in our national security interest. There cannot be any wiggle room.”

From Toby Harnden, US editor of The Daily Telegraph:
“A president has no more solemn duty than that of being commander-in-chief. And judging from the evidence presented by Woodward, Barack Obama's view of that role is at best disquieting. Nearly 100,000 American troops are now committed to Afghanistan but Obama's principal war aim is to withdraw and his main preoccupation is how the conflict plays domestically, particularly within his own Democratic party.”

Exactly! So I'll say it again:
I am DISGUSTED with a so-called “Commander-in-Chief” who sends Americans to fight a war he has absolutely NO intention of winning.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

“Obama” and “cocaine”...

Search “Obama” and “cocaine” using Google and NO suggestions will appear...ever. I figured both words would appear as suggestions after typing “Obama” and “cocai” -- they never did -- even after typing them out completely. Also, most search results have nothing to do with Obama's self-admitted cocaine use. They're about him signing some law targeting cocaine users. How's that for irony? And media manipulation?!

Obama has put Orwell's famous quote into practice:
“Whoever controls the image and information of the past determines what and how future generations will think; whoever controls the information and images of the present determines how those same people will view the past.”
~ From George Orwell‘s Nineteen Eighty-Four.

Effect of Obama's Candor Remains to Be Seen
Senator Admitted Trying Cocaine in a Memoir Written 11 Years Ago
By Lois Romano
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, January 3, 2007

Obama's Cocaine Confessional Won't 'Blow' His Chances
Obama's Indiscretions Will Add to His Appeal

Monday, September 13, 2010

Coming September 16th - 17th, 2010: Constitution Day Celebration Live Webcast!

Coming September 16th - 17th, 2010:
Constitution Day Celebration Live Webcast!
Register here:

Hillsdale College's First Annual Constitution Day Colloquium --
A live webcast sponsored by the Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship

The Forgotten Man by Jon McNaughton

“Against the background of a darkening sky, all of the past Presidents of the United States gather before the White House, as if to commemorate some great event. In the left hand corner of the painting sits a man. That man, with his head bowed appears distraught and hopeless as he contemplates his future. Some of the past Presidents try to console him while looking in the direction of the modern Presidents as if to say, "What have you done?" Many of these modern Presidents, seemingly oblivious to anything other than themselves, appear to be congratulating each other on their great accomplishments. In front of the man, paper trash is blowing in the wind. Crumpled dollar bills, legislative documents, and, like a whisper—the U.S. Constitution beneath the foot of Barack Obama.”

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Some thoughts on the media… » Schieffer Grandstands on Smoking Issue With Boehner; Never Confronted Smoker-In-Chief

BOEHNER: Bob, tobacco is a legal product in America. And the American people have the right to decide for themselves whether they want to partake or not. There are lots of things that we deal with and come in contact with every day, from alcohol to food to cigarettes, a lot of things that aren`t good for our health. But the American people ought to have the right to make those decisions on their own.

SCHIEFFER: Well, I mean, they have a right to shoot themselves if they choose to.


Add Bob Schieffer to that list of treasonous reporters who call themselves ‘journOlists’ -- you know, the ones who helped elect Obama. Yep, Bob made the team! CBS should consider putting Bob on PERMANENT vacation, or maybe change the name of their show to DISGRACE the Nation. BTW, Bob Schieffer STILL hasn’t heard of Shamir Shabazz and his New Black Panther Party: “Who? What?!”

ps- You KNOW America is in trouble when you find out the “O” in journ“O”list stands for “O”bama! Sick proof of the media's worship of him, AND their complicity in helping Obama get elected.
“Whoever controls the image and information of the past determines what and how future generations will think; whoever controls the information and images of the present determines how those same people will view the past.” ~ George Orwell in Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Sure sounds like the agenda of “O”bama’s journ“O”lists to me...

pps- I know why Bob wouldn’t confront the “95 per cent cured” Smoker-in-Chief. You see, there aren't many people know this, but Bob fancies himself an inventor. In fact, Bob holds the patent on fireproof cigarettes! We can only hope Bob keeps working on his inventions to ‘save humanity’ -- and lets us know before he tests his next invention, the Helicopter Ejector Seat. We should stop him...

Obama just doesn't get it...

Obama just doesn't get it: Standing on hallowed ground on Saturday, September 11th, was NOT the time or place for him to PREACH TO US about the "peaceful and tolerant" religion of Islam.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

In Loving Memory...

In Loving Memory, September 11th, 2001...
May those murdered in the attacks of 9/11 gently Rest In Peace.
And may their loving memories live on with us forever and ever... Amen.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Obama's “Recovery” Summer

When Obama says he has absolutely “no regrets” about calling the past 3 months “Recovery” Summer, he's either telling the truth or he's lying. You decide...
Either Obama's blind to the damage his Obamanomics has done, OR his ‘trickle-up poverty’ is the plan he wants in place, OR this 'man' Obama has NO problem looking us in the eye and telling us a lie!
Any way you look at this, it's a ‘lose-lose-lose’ for America.

Memo from AP's standards editor: 'Combat in Iraq is not over, and we should not uncritically repeat suggestions that it is'

From Poynter Online - Romenesko…
Memo from the AP's standards editor

From: Kent, Tom
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2010 5:30 PM
Subject: Standards Center guidance: The situation in Iraq


Many AP staffers are producing content that refers to the situation in Iraq. It might be a local story about Iraq veterans, an international diplomatic story that mentions the Iraqi conflict or coverage on the ground in Iraq itself.

Whatever the subject, we should be correct and consistent in our description of what the situation in Iraq is. This guidance summarizes the situation and suggests wording to use and avoid.

To begin with, combat in Iraq is not over, and we should not uncritically repeat suggestions that it is, even if they come from senior officials. The situation on the ground in Iraq is no different today than it has been for some months. Iraqi security forces are still fighting Sunni and al-Qaida insurgents. Many Iraqis remain very concerned for their country's future despite a dramatic improvement in security, the economy and living conditions in many areas.

As for U.S. involvement, it also goes too far to say that the U.S. part in the conflict in Iraq is over. President Obama said Monday night that "the American combat mission in Iraq has ended. Operation Iraqi Freedom is over, and the Iraqi people now have lead responsibility for the security of their country."

However, 50,000 American troops remain in country. Our own reporting on the ground confirms that some of these troops, especially some 4,500 special operations forces, continue to be directly engaged in military operations. These troops are accompanying Iraqi soldiers into battle with militant groups and may well fire and be fired on.

In addition, although administration spokesmen say we are now at the tail end of American involvement and all troops will be gone by the end of 2011, there is no guarantee that this will be the case.

Our stories about Iraq should make clear that U.S. troops remain involved in combat operations alongside Iraqi forces, although U.S. officials say the American combat mission has formally ended. We can also say the United States has ended its major combat role in Iraq, or that it has transferred military authority to Iraqi forces. We can add that beyond U.S. boots on the ground, Iraq is expected to need U.S. air power and other military support for years to control its own air space and to deter possible attack from abroad.

Unless there is balancing language, our content should not refer to the end of combat in Iraq, or the end of U.S. military involvement. Nor should it say flat-out (since we can't predict the future) that the United States is at the end of its military role.


Consider the source(s)...

Six quotes that speak volumes, and a snippet from Obama’s speech:

1. Retired Army officer Ralph Peters on Obama’s ‘expertise’ on military affairs: “Southside Chicago was not adequate preparation to lead not only the USA, but our web of alliances.”

2. More from Ralph Peters on Obama’s problem with ‘perspective’: Obama views “military affairs as political problems first, strategic problems second.”

3. An Obama adviser tells the New York Times’ Peter Baker: “He [Obama] would not risk losing the moderate to centrist Democrats in the middle of health insurance reform and he viewed that legislation as the make-or-break legislation for his administration. Our Afghan policy was focused as much as anything on domestic politics.”

4. Dr. Charles Krauthammer's response to the quote that's above:
“If this is true, then Obama's military leadership can only be called scandalous.”

5. Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Thomas Ricks on Obama's surprise when a roomful of generals stood when he walked into the room as president: “I don't think he realized that they were standing for the system, not for him personally.”

6. More from Dr. Charles Krauthammer on the focus of Obama:
“Obama sees his wartime duties as a threat to his domestic agenda. These wars are a distraction, unwanted interference with his true vocation -- transforming America. Unfortunately, what for Obama is a distraction is LIFE OR DEATH for U.S. troops now on patrol…”

And this final snippet from Obama's “It's time to turn the page” speech: “…over 4,400 Americans have given their lives in Iraq…”

An honorable Commander-in-Chief would have told the nation of the ultimate sacrifice made by the 4,427 U.S. service members who were killed in Iraq. And the 34,265 men and women who were wounded there as well.

The American death toll should never be ‘rounded off’. And for Obama to do so is dishonoring. All I can say is ‘Consider the source’.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Revisiting the Russian ®RESET Button

File this under Bad Timing + Bad Decision + Bad Diplomacy = ANOTHER Obama diplomatic blunder = NO LEADERSHIP SKILLS!
One year ago, Obama scrapped the Bush missile defense system designed to protect Poland and other eastern European countries against Russia. No quid pro quo, just scrapped! And Obama got NOTHING in return. Also, Obama chose to make his announcement on a sensitive date -- the 70th anniversary of Soviet invasion of Poland and the start of World War II -- PROVING his diplomatic skills aren't the only ones lacking.

UPDATE: Obama received the Russian ®RESET Button -- which is different than the Staples® Easy Button™.

Beware of Russians bearing 'gifts'.