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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Rockefeller(D) smears the troops

I guess they've been bombing the civilians like Jengis Khan?
Ed Morrissey : Rockefeller: Air Force doesn’t care about humanity
“McCain was a fighter pilot, who dropped laser-guided missiles from 35,000 feet. He was long gone when they hit. What happened when they [the missiles] get to the ground? He doesn’t know. You have to care about the lives of people. McCain never gets into those issues.”
... Rockefeller also sounds an awful lot like Barack Obama, who claimed that the entire strategy in Afghanistan consisted of “just air raiding villages and killing civilians”.
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What was Rockefeller’s stance on Bill Clinton’s Bosnian intervention, which consisted solely of Air Force strikes?
McCain(D) flew missions prior to the development of laser guided weapons, and before you indulge his non-apology apology you might remember Rockefeller(D) for the leaked memos in which he described his intent to risk American lives, by abusing his authority in the Senate intelligence committee for partisan political gain.

The fact is the elitist prick will let Americans die even as he smears our servicemen as war-criminals.

Cross Posted at DANEgerus

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

General Petraeus

Peter Wehner
“We have our teeth in their jugular — and we need to keep them there.” -- General Petraeus on Al Qaeda

While Michael Ledeen warns: The Continuing Iran-American War
General Petraeus quickly and explicitly blamed Iran for the attacks. “The rockets that were launched at the Green Zone… were Iranian-provided, Iranian-made rockets…All of this in complete violation of promises made by President Ahmadinejad and the other most senior Iranian leaders to their Iraqi counterparts.”
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Similar remarks about the nefarious Iranian role in Iraq came from Petraeus’ former deputy, General Raymond Odierno, just two weeks ago in Washington. He wryly observed that Iranian President Ahmadinejad felt secure in Baghdad because the attacks there were under Iranian guidance and control.

The Shi’ite militias and al Qaeda in are also closely tied to Iran. Many of the news reports wrongly suggest that the Shi’ite insurgents are under the leadership of Moqtadah al Sadr, the son of a murdered leading cleric and for several years the chieftain of the private Mahdi Army, named after the Shi’ite Messiah. He and his troops were famously armed, paid and trained by Iran, and were as feared as al Qaeda, whose late leader, Abu Musab Zarqawi, long operated out of Tehran and worked closely with Hezbollah’s late chief terrorist, Imad Mughniyah.
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Iran, then, is the common denominator of recent events in Iraq: the mullahs organized the rocket attacks in Baghdad, they have supported al Qaeda in Iraq from the beginning, and they have a major role in the activities of the Shi’ite militias.
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I think General Petraeus is trying to force the Bush Administration to recognize these hard facts and act accordingly. He is saying that we cannot accomplish our objectives in Iraq without challenging the regime in Tehran.

Iran ramps up production of enriched uranium they don't need for nuclear plants they doesn't have... and Barack Hussein Obama squeals appease:
"Because if Maliki can tolerate as normal neighbor-to-neighbor relations in Iraq, then we should be talking to them, as well. I do not believe we are going to be able to stabilize the position without them."

Now we know why Barack Che' Hussein Obama's "church" publishes articles by Iran's proxy-killers of Hamas.

Cross Posted at DANEgerus

Sunday, April 06, 2008

The Official Car

Of the Democrat American Communist Party 2008 campaign!



Sent to me by Frankly Opinionated. Admit it, that's funny!

Idiots.

Idiots, morons, retards, buffoons, half-wits, and slack-jawed mouth-breathing fucktards.

Legislation against selling, making, hiring or importing samurai swords in England and Wales has come into force.

Those breaking the law face six months in jail and a £5,000 fine. Carrying a sword in public is already illegal.

Exemptions will cover swords which are used for re-enactments or antique weapons kept on display by collectors.


So the gun ban didn't do one thing to stop gun crime, and now they want to ban swords. What's next? A ban on paperclips and rubber bands?

Hey Britain: IT'S NOT GOING TO WORK! Try kicking the criminals ass once in a while instead of busting law abiding citizens who want to protect themselves!

Found at SondraK's place.

One Week Down

Every day I finish is one day closer to being with my wife again.

By the way, if you're looking for a good coffee shop with WiFi, CoolBeans coffee right next to the University of South Carolina is a nice little place. Watch out for the smoking section. Lots of weird people here on a Sunday.