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Monday, May 25, 2015

Obama's Memorial Day Ice Cream Cone

The Democratic party has slithered so far left they have completely become disrespectful of the Memorial Day holiday. Rather than our so-called commander in chief (a community organizer who couldn't organize his own fart), he is seen on twitter @theDemocrats stuffing his socialist face with ice cream.

If he isn't the worst president this country has ever seen, then I don't know who is. It is disgraceful, disgusting and very Obama-esque. 

Obama's Memorial Day message: "Happy Memorial Day." It's just like any other day except it's a day for fun and ice cream. No message to honor the fallen in past wars. No American flags on the wall or Obama's shirt. 

Ice cream is fine, but not as the main focus of this day.

I believe Obama has not one ounce of actual patriotism. I believe he doesn't like this nation because if he did, why would he want to change it, and why would people vote for someone who said that as his campaign promise?

He appeals to the left because they, like him, do not like what we stand for: our freedom, strength, wealth and decency. 
This is what it stands for, Mr. Obama

Have a peaceful and thoughtful Memorial Day.

Benghazi Hill: not a sideshow, a freak show

If you had the opportunity to be tapped on the shoulder by Hillary Clinton to be her running mate (assuming that you're a Democrat who believes the Clintons are a hard working, misunderstood, caring, brilliant, patriotic and honest family, LOL) you would probably do all that you could to defend her against those nasty people from the media (assuming the media were all composed of vast right wing conspiracy nut jobs who hate women, love guns more than their own children, and want to go to war at the drop of a hat, LOL).

Julian Castro, the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development might be the guy with that shoulder. And since he may be our next Veep (gahfahbid), he is defending Benghazi Hill with all the defense he can muster.

Castro  is calling the Benghazi-related emails a "witch hunt" and a "sideshow." In fact, he is probably right about the "witch" part when it comes to Benghazi Hill, but it's anything but a "sideshow."

In an interview with CNN (Certainly Not News), Castro said "This thing has been studied to death by Republicans and Democrats." 

This was not an Onion statement--he actually said that Democrats have "studied to death" the Benghazi facts along with Republicans. Democrats, particularly Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) were in a psychotic state of denial when it came to Benghazi. If they were studying anything, it was not about the facts and lies about what elicited the attack in the first place. Rather than studying the facts, Cummings attacked the GOP side of the investigation.

Castro went on to say that "Secretary Clinton was not in any way at fault," but how could he actually know this when she used a private email server and subsequently destroyed the evidence? That doesn't sound like a witch hunt and it doesn't smell like roses.

Benghazi Hill says that she wants to release the emails (as if she needs to somehow go to great lengths to do so) but it's too late. The emails that are being produced have already been scrubbed clean or redacted, and the missing emails she claims were personal (Chelsea's wedding and yoga moves) are the ones that most likely are relevant to Benghazi and her failure as Secretary of State in providing protection to the embassy there.

What mother deletes emails from her daughter's wedding but saves all her work-related emails when she no longer holds that job?

Only 296 emails have been released by the State Department. These have been reviewed by Clinton's lawyers and deemed "ready for prime time." It has been discovered from Hillary's hacked email server that Sidney Blumenthal (a person who the Obama administration said must not be involved with her job as Secretary of State) provided her with input about Benghazi.

It is also believed that Russia and China have probably hacked into the email server.

But Castro calls the Benghazi investigation a sideshow. This makes him a perfect running mate in Hillary's circus.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

No Guts, No Freedom

Obama's strategy to train Iraqi forces and provide them with weapons is as brilliant as his plan to fund companies like Solyndra and provide them with taxpayer money. Both are out of business.

According to Defense Secretary Ash Carter, Iraqi forces were not outgunned or out manned in Ramadi, they simply displayed "no will to fight." So my guess is that Obama will throw more taxpayer dollars at the problem, as if that will change anything.

Carter spoke on CNN's "State of the Union" about last week's battle stating that the Iraqi forces far outnumbered the ISIS scumcrumpets. "What apparently happened is the Iraqi forces just showed no will to fight. They were not outnumbered. In fact, they vastly outnumbered the opposing force. That says to me," Carter said, "and I think to most of us, that we have an issue with the will of the Iraqis to fight ISIL and defend themselves."

What it says to me is that Obama never seems to make the right decisions.

Hakim al-Zamili, head of Iraq's parliamentary defense and security committee, responded to Carter's claims stating the U.S. military commanders failed to support the Iraqis and are pointing fingers of blame on them. According to al-Zamili, Carter's claims are "unrealistic and baseless," and U.S. military is simply trying to "throw the blame on somebody else."

Personally, I blame the mothers and fathers of the Iraqi fighters who have failed to provide their offspring with a sense of patriotism and civic duty.

I also blame the lack of testicular fortitude of the "fighters" themselves--the Brownies have more courage than those dudes.

Ramadi is less than a quarter of a tank of gas from Baghdad, about 70 miles, and is a strategic win for ISIS in more ways than one. It's a recruiting tool for young and impressionable psychopaths and controls much of the western part of Iraq.

Ramadi has fueled questions about Obama's approach in Iraq: retraining the Iraqi so-called army while rebuilding it, and pushing Baghdad to make nice to Iraq's Sunnis and bombing the Islamic State targets without using American forces.

"No denying it is a setback," White House spokesman Eric Schultz said. (Eric is not related to Ed Schultz, but if he were, he would have said Obama is doing a great job and the GOP can go to hell.)

While Carter defended his paycheck by saying the airstrikes are an effective strategy against ISIL, he admitted that they cannot be a replacement for Iraqi forces willing to defend their country. 

Carter also said that there are no military plans to send U.S. troops into the fight as target spotters, which means that the Obama administration is okay with having the appearance of fighting ISIL by blowing up empty buildings and riderless camels but he obviously doesn't see the Islamic State as a threat.

Perhaps he sees them as a future ally once Israel is out of the picture.

The Islamic State inherited about 6 tanks, 6 artillery pieces, dozens of armored personnel carriers and about 100 Humvees. IS considers this booty just like their prophet did--they were also hoping for sex slaves.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Doctor Grundy's lack of anger management skills

Boston So-Called University professor, Saida Grundy, is not your run-of-the-mill racist. She has a PhD. (which in her case stands for Piled Higher and Deeper) and it turns out that she is also charged with identity theft and convicted with a misdemeanor.

You remember Grundy, she tweeted about "white America" (I used a capital "A" for my country, she didn't) saying that it is white college males as a problem population. How, I wonder, will she grade white males in her class?

Her friend calls her Sai, but she wants white people to call her Doctor Grundy. I suspect that it must make her feel special and more elevated than white folk who, a race of people she appears to dislike for whatever internal reasons.

In 2007, Doctor Grundy was dating the same man that another woman dated. Grundy created a forged account on an adult website using the name of the other woman. 
The website she used was Fling.com, a site that bragged that it is the "hottest place to hook up!" and "get laid tonight."

The Fling.com site featured photos of the other woman, images that Grundy found on the man's email account.

The other woman, who will remain nameless, discovered what Grundy (who had not yet received her PhD, making her an official person to be called "Doctor")  had done and notified the Ann Arbor, Michigan police department.

The complaint went to criminal court and Grundy plea-bargained it down to a misdemeanor count of malicious use of a telecommunications service.. She pled guilty and was sentenced to probation.

Doctor Grundy's excuse: "When this incident occurred I was 24 and exercised the poor judgment of a heartbroken 24-year-old. I took accountability then as I do now. I hold true to the lessons learned, and my life has since moved on," she told Boston.com.

Boston So-Called University says that they will not dismiss Doctor Grundy for the revenge crime. "She admitted the mistake, accepted the consequences, and brought closure to that case," the senior VP of external affairs Steve Burgay said. "Eight years late, we do not see any reason to reopen it."

Ah, 'closure,' the favorite word of liberal arts graduates and social justice folks. As long as you're a liberal or an "oppressed" minority, you can do whatever you want as long as you're sorry for it later.

It doesn't even matter to Burgay or the school administration that Grundy told a white alleged rape victim (on Facebook) to "go cry somewhere" "since that's what you do."

We need closure.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Ayatollah: keep your infidel pig fingers off my bombs

Iran's renown, divine, revered supreme leader made it clear that there will be no international inspections of their military sites while he has yet to get his virgins. Also, there will be no talking to or hobnobbing with any of their scientists under any nuclear agreement. "Dammit, these bomb-makers have work to do."

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (his friends call him "Meanie") told his military leaders that Iran will resist "coercion and excessive demands" from that spineless kitty cat in America and other world powers. "If they so much as lay one infidel finger on any of our nuclear facilities, they will lose that finger, Sharia-style."

Negotiators from Iran, U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany have begun a new round of balderdash in Vienna. They are working doggishly to reach a deal, any deal, that will make them look good to their voters (except in Russia's case where voters are a moot point). 

If they can reach a deal, the sanctions will be lifted. If they cannot reach a deal, Obama will allow them to do what they want anyway--after all, isn't that kind of what he has done with illegal aliens?

The deal is slated to be reached by June 30th while Iran is slated to have their nuclear bomb ready to go by May 31st. Now that's coordination. 

According to FoxNews.com, a fact sheet on the framework accord said that Iran would be required to grant the U.N. nuclear agency access to any "suspicious sites." Rumor has it that they are all suspicious sites.

The Ayatollah, in response to the fact sheet Tweeted: "LMAO" He also emailed our so-called president asking "Where is my $50 billion, dude?"

The supreme leader was referring to the signing bonus Obama has promised he would offer if they would please sign on the dotted line. But the supreme leader is claiming that the U.S. is increasing our demands that international inspection of Iran's military sites and interviews with their scientists be included in the final deal.

Well, duh?? Of course it should be included in the deal and I'm fairly certain, in spite of Obama's lack of leadership, foresight, skill, intelligence, patriotism, bravery, humility and honesty, that it was included in the original proposal. If not, why not just give the Ayatollah a few of our own nukes and let him play with them? (That's a rhetorical question.) 

Khamenei said that interviewing Iranian scientists would be an affront to Iran's dignity and it sure as hell would spill the beans if any of them ends up talking.

"The impudent and brazen enemy expects that we allow them to talk to our scientists and researchers about a fundamental local achievement, but no such permission will be allowed," the man of Allah told his military commanders on Wednesday on state TV. "No inspection of any military site or interview with nuclear scientists will be allowed."

So now the question is do we a) trust a country that prays for "Death to America" and "Death to Israel" or b) tell them that the deal is off?

Knowing our so-called president, I suspect he will choose a). 

Anti-Semitism, the Koran, Sharia and Smart Jews

It's easy for bullies to go after the smallest kid in the playground; this allows them to feel tough, brave and superior. The reason they attack in the first place, however, often has to do with the sense of inferiority they feel about themselves and the envy they have for their victim. Of course, they will never admit it.

So envy and inferiority feelings may account for why there is such a high level of anti-Semitism in Europe today. 

But part of the reason for the hatred some have for the Jewish people can be explained by the teachings of Islam and the Muslims who follow it to the letter, (i.e., in an orthodox manner).

It has been about a year since four people were murdered at the Jewish Museum in Brussels. Since then, Jews have been killed in Paris and Copenhagen and there had been similar attacks several years prior to that. 

Killing Jews is not a new phenomenon any more than attempting to kill freedom of speech is new. The former began in earnest back in the days when Mohammad humped across the desert with his band of merry jihadists around Medina. The latter has been done since tyrants walked the earth and continue to bully people to this day. We see it in all Islamic theocracies and countries like Russia where criticizing Putin can be suicidal.

According to Moshe Kantor, chief of the European Jewish Congress, Islamic jihad in Europe does not discriminate solely against the Jewish community. "Islamic extremists see European democracy and freedom as their primary enemy. However, Jews remain on the frontlines," he said.

Kantor believes that more attacks in Europe are likely when jihadists return home from Middle East fighting, and to date, several thousand European nationals have joined jihadist groups in Iraq and Syria.

So what is this "envy" all about?

It began when Mohammad attempted to get a Jewish tribe to join his so-called religion. He tried convincing the rabbis that his religion is superior to theirs but they weren't buying his sales pitch because they saw through his narcissistic self-promotion. "Prophet, indeed," they thought (in Hebrew).

This angered the Prophet of Islam, the main guy, the dude who somehow couldn't read or write yet found his way into the Koran, the holy book of Allah, (written even before writing was being done and certainly before Mohammad was born).

After that, the Koran began telling how the Jews were "apes and pigs," and even today there are Muslims who continue to refer to them as such. 

If Einstein, Benjamin Disraeli, Moses, Sigmund Freud, Jonas Salk, Robert Oppenheimer, Niels Bohr, Gustav Mahler, Baruch de Spinoza, Mark Zuckerberg, and Jesus were apes, what does that make of Ayatollah Khomeini and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi? What does it make of Mohammad, a warrior and a pedophile who founded a warrior religion with himself at the center?

The proportion of Jews with IQ's of 140 and above is about six times the proportion of any other ethnic group. While they comprise about 0.2% of the world's population, they have won 29% of the Nobel Prizes in literature, medicine, physics and chemistry after 1950. Now in the 21st century, they comprise 32% of Nobel prizes--almost exclusively male Jews mostly of Western European ancestry (less than one-tenth of one percent of the world's population), and they've done this in spite of anti-Semitism, blatant and pervasive discrimination, legal barriers, ongoing and frequent persecution and the Holocaust. 

In 1954, 28 New York City students in the public school system had IQ's of 170 or higher. Of the 28 students, 24 of them were Jewish.

Maybe anti-Semitism is caused by envy or maybe it's pure hatred that has been ingrained in people through religion. 

In the words of another Jew, a man who had won a Nobel Prize in Physics:
"With or without religion, you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion." Steven Weinberg 

 Both Christianity and Judaism have come quite far over the centuries.Jewish fathers do not stone their daughters if they lose their virginity prior to marriage. Christians no longer fight in the Crusades. Both religions are religions of peace.

But Islam needs to unstick itself from the Seventh Century and Sharia law. They have no claim on being a religion of peace because their definition of peace only occurs when there is nobody left to fight.