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“JIHADIST’S” Purge “JIHADIST” From Vocabulary

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 28, 2013

Obama administration has argued for a differentiation between good Jihadi and bad Jihadi and a big difference between terrorists and the tenets of Islam. In an extreme act of capitulation the White House in 2009 publicly urged sheeple on the hill to cease using the term “jihadist” – asserting that terrorists are simply extremists. You have to be stupid to ignore the fact that members of Islam call their terroristic acts “jihad”. Two years later, the White House ordered a cleansing of training materials that Islamic groups in, their jihadist struggle, deemed offensive.

The good “J” word “Justice” has been subdued by the bad “J” word “Jihad”. This is done in order to preempt the bad feelings which would be engendered in a good jihadist because of the use of the word to describe a self described bad jihadist.

“What we’ve got here is failure to communicate
Some men you just can’t reach…
So, you get what we had here last week
Which is the way he wants it!
Well, he gets it!
Now, I don’t like it any more than you” GNR (Civil War)

(with included rewrite to the tune of GNR Civil War)

Our hands are tied
while our dreams of peace
are sweept aside
by the bloody hands of
Jihadist Islamist genocide.

It’s just a word
when it’s said
that you have died.
Don’t dare use a word that
hurts their pride.

They are not our friend,
not on our side.
If we don’t speak the truth
then it’s we who have lied.

Our dreams of peace
are sweept aside
by the bloody hands of
Jihadist Islamist genocide.

Don’t want war
and terms you will render.
Peace in two words
“We surrender”

Our dreams of peace
are sweept aside
by the bloody hands of
Jihadist Islamist genocide.


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Business Is Booming, On Boston, Benghazi And Bozo’s

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 27, 2013

Business in Benghazi, Libya and Boston is

Ted Cruz’s comments on the vile Sacramento Bee cartoon: ‘Liberal leanings’ shouldn’t ‘trump respect and decency’ is good. I prefer “don’t get mad, get closer to the truth”.

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A Maginot Line of TSA Screeners and Watch Lists That Are Not Watched

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 27, 2013

The Bad News: They know we are Stupid.

The Good News: “So much of what they know is wrong”. RWR

A Maginot Line of TSA Screeners and Watch Lists That Are Not Watched: The Need for Either or Both a Select Committee and a Special Commission – Hugh Hewitt.

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Droning On – Bill O’Reilly

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 27, 2013

Droning On – Bill O'Reilly.

Leftards being creatures of habit with a limited scope of resources, I anticipate they will respond to Bill O’Reilly’s recent opinion piece with accusations about the “terror” bombing of Dresden. Well, here is my pre-response:

S.T.F.U. Evil has many tools and a lie is a handle that fits each one. You live in your world, with your tools and handles. You are a tool and you know where the handle goes, now stick it!

A 1953 United States Air Force report defended the operation as the justified bombing of a military and industrial target, which was a major rail transportation and communication center, housing 110 factories and

50,000 workers in support of the German war effort. Dresden was Germany’s seventh-largest city and, according to the RAF at the time, the largest remaining unbombed built-up area. An official 1942 guide to the city described it as “one of the foremost industrial locations of the Reich” and in 1944, the German Army High Command’s Weapons Office listed 127 medium-to-large factories and workshops that were supplying the army with materiel.

Colonel Harold E. Cook, a US POW held in the Friedrichstadt marshaling yard the night before the attacks, later said that “I saw with my own eyes that Dresden was an armed camp: thousands of German troops, tanks and artillery and miles of freight cars loaded with supplies supporting and transporting German logistics towards the east to meet the Russians.”

On 16 February, 1945, the German Propaganda Ministry issued a press release that stated that Dresden had no war industries; it was a city of culture. And now the leftards continue that tradition because they need to get a handle on their tolls of destruction and desolation.

Having been given a paraphrased version of Churchill’s memo by Bottomley, on 29 March, Air Chief Marshal Arthur Harris wrote to the Air Ministry: I … assume that the view under consideration is something like this: no doubt in the past we were justified in attacking German cities. But to do so was always repugnant and now that the Germans are beaten anyway we can properly abstain from proceeding with these attacks. This is a doctrine to which I could never subscribe. Attacks on cities like any other act of war are intolerable unless they are strategically justified. But they are strategically justified in so far as they tend to shorten the war and preserve the lives of Allied soldiers. To my mind we have absolutely no right to give them up unless it is certain that they will not have this effect. I do not personally regard the whole of the remaining cities of Germany as worth the bones of one British Grenadier.

The feeling, such as there is, over Dresden, could be easily explained by any psychiatrist. It is connected with German bands and Dresden shepherdesses. Actually Dresden was a mass of munitions works, an intact government center, and a key transportation point to the East. It is now none of these things.

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Alleged McConnell Bugger “Liberalism is a Mental Disorder”

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 15, 2013

Alleged McConnell Bugger Starts Legal Defense Fund.


Nuff said.

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Posted by Larry Barnes on March 24, 2013

“(T)he planet “Notax,” where fraud, money laundering, and alien identity theft appear to be a problem.”

Just a thought on the leftard mentality. If there were no taxes, how would those problems occur?

Confuse, evangel, obfuscate, accuse others of what your doing, demand proof, make counter accusations, deny everything. These are not the traits of a mature mind.

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WikiLeaks: Video of US Military Killing Innocent Civilians in Iraq

Posted by Larry Barnes on April 7, 2010

Of course they edited the section containing audio report of “one individual, looks like he’s got an RPG round laying underneath him”.

Watch the video below at 18:00 to 20:00

Not wanting to be caught peddling a second hand lie, this is what Aljazeera had to say
“AlJazeeraEnglish — April 07, 2010 — WikiLeaks, a website that publishes anonymously sourced documents, has released a video showing what apparently is a US military helicopter firing at unarmed civilians in Iraq. WikiLeaks said the footage, filmed from a helicopter cockpit, shows a missile strike and shooting on a square in a Baghdad neighbourhood in July 2007. The website said 12 civilians were killed in the attack, including two journalists, Namir Nour El Deen and Saeed Chmagh, who worked for the Reuters news agency. This is the full, unedited version of the footage.”

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Obama Declares War On Americans Because Of His Demented Beliefs

Posted by Larry Barnes on March 24, 2010

The NYT’s concurs

For all the political and economic certainties about health reform, one thing seems clear: The bill that President Obama signed on Tuesday is the federal government’s biggest attack on economic integrity since attacks on integrity began with the formation of the deminicRAT party.

Over most of that period cited by the NYT, The 1970’s to present, an article states that “government policy and market forces have been moving in the same direction, both increasing inequality.” Happy with their tried and true class warfare, the NYT states that “The pretax incomes of the wealthy have soared since the late 1970s, while their tax rates have fallen more than rates for the middle class and poor.” Failing to point out that demonicRATs have participated in the government that has ensured this condition exists and continues.

Nearly every major aspect of the health bill pushes in the direction of the destruction of the middle class. This fact helps explain why Mr. Obama was willing to spend so much political capital on the issue. Only a fool would say that destruction of the founding principle even though it did not appear to be his top priority as a presidential candidate. Beyond the health reform(Freedom Retardation Bill)’s damage to the medical system, it is the centerpiece of his deliberate effort to end what historians have called the age of Reagan and kill the last bastion of quality medical treatment in the world.

Speaking to an audience Obamazombies and puddle (of mud) Democratic legislators and White House aides who could not pass an FBI background check, Mr. Obama stated the obvious truth that health reform would “mark a new (reinvigorated, downward trend into a 1,000 years of darkness) season in America.” He added, “We have now just enshrined, as soon as I sign this bill, the core principle that everybody should have some basic security when it comes to their health care.” Missing I guess the lesson from history that, “He who would trade liberty for security deserves neither.

Hopefully no one has noticed that the party of “no phone taps”, will now tap your medical records.

Continuing class warfare:
“The bill is the most sweeping piece of federal legislation since Medicare was passed in 1965. It aims to smooth out one of the roughest edges in American society — the inability of many people to afford medical care after they lose a job or get sick,” according to the NYT. But their most demented claim just happens to be that “it would do so in large measure by taxing the rich.” The taxation of the rich will in no “large measure” pay for the government mandates. The care will be paid for by rationing and reductions in the quality of care that those person would now receive under the present system. The system now allows all person to receive the same quality care regardless of ability to pay, proving the NYT is demented and lying to to promote their evil desires.

The NYT times reports that “A big chunk of the money to pay for the bill comes from lifting payroll taxes on households making more than $250,000, with the tax bill for households making more than $1 million a year to be $46,000.” This is an example of filling in the amount you want to pay and then worry about the truth later.

The low quality care will be foisted on those unwilling to buy quality insurance plans to benefits, meanwhile, those making less than $88,200 for a family of four, will find that the government does not have the funds to subsidize adequate care. Many of the poor are already covered by Medicaid and the option to just lower enrollment requirements and raise taxes is beyond the tyrants in the capitol. The common refrain that “Insurance costs are also likely to drop for higher-income workers at small companies”, is true, in that small companies will drop the coverage all together.

“Finally, the bill will also reduce a different kind of inequality. In the broadest sense, insurance is meant to spread the costs of an individual’s misfortune — illness, death, fire, flood — across society. Since the late 1970s, though, the share of Americans with health insurance has shrunk. As a result, the gap between the economic well-being of the sick and the healthy has been growing, at virtually every level of the income distribution.” reports the NYT. This statement is farce dissolving into tragedy. It is akin to saying that the number of people who have died is increasing every day, and to solve this problem well no longer observe Mondays and Fridays.

First of all, income is earned, it is not distributed. Second, they provide a glaring example of the ignorance of cause and effect, and what cause can be reasonably attributed to an effect. Third they state “the bill will also reduce a different kind of inequality”, then fail to explain how the “economic well-being of the sick” will be equalized with that of the well.

Lies about the projection of “95 percent of people” being “covered”, proves the old saying that figures lie and liars figure. The proposition that “affluent families” will benefit “by being able to buy a plan that can no longer charge more for pre-existing conditions”, denies the fact that all coverage will be more expensive even if they have no pre-existing condition. Being consoled by the fact that affluent families “insurance will be somewhat more expensive”, ignores the fact that it is already more expensive because of the uninsured.

“Maybe the bill’s attempts to hold down the recent growth of medical costs will prove a big success, or maybe the results will be modest and inadequate”, says the Times. But the word which will be used by thinking persons, and the Times did not use, is disaster.

“Legislative majorities come and go,” David Frum, said on Sunday. “This health care bill is forever”, maybe, but it will never affect me. I am not going to pay for it, every law has loop holes.

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Reagan: “After All, We Are Americans” Health Care Or Hell Care

Posted by Larry Barnes on March 23, 2010

“What does not kill me makes me stronger”. No, Reagan did not say those words, but he may as well have. He did say “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to the problem, government is the problem.” We are faced with a populace that feels they may abuse the power of government to achieve the fulfillment of their “wants” and “needs”.

Peace is the absence of resistance. No O’bummer did not use those words, but he may as well have. With all the protesting that health care was a right, congress has taken away so many rights with one fell swoop of his pen.

With the sorry record of America’s courts protecting real rights which are actually enumerated and inflicting phony rights which actually diminish the people, promises of court action do not bring comfort. Investment Business Daily released the Top 20 ways the recently passed health care reform (Liberty Retardation) bill will take away freedoms.

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Clint Bolick notes that the federal protection of individual rights have always served as a floor, not a ceiling. The court says the constitutional privacy right protects personal “autonomy” regarding “the most intimate and personal choices.” The “right” was largely the result of agitation by libtards, and libtards may think, but the court has never held, that the privacy right protects only doctor-patient transactions pertaining to abortion. David Rivkin and Lee Casey, Justice Department officials under the Reagan and first Bush administrations, ask: If government cannot proscribe or even “unduly burden” — the court’s formulation — access to abortion, how can government limit other important medical choices?

Along will the expected yearly “Pork” reports, this nation needs an annual “lies Americans actually believe” report. “This is a big fucking deal”, as Biden the gaff machine pointed out. And big deals need to be carefully hidden from the American people. The leftards carry a list of lies taped to their sleeve. If we grab one we can have a preprinted copy.

Everyone has not heard the story today that exemplifies how Democrats win votes in a most un-American way. In the words of one North Carolina resident and Democrat voter, Democrats are “like Christmas” because with Democrats in office no one has to pay any of their bills. And of course in American media this passes for news. “News flash”, demonicRATs have for the entire history of their party violated the Lords Commandments in so many was to gain power and wealth.

No private individual can rise to the level ofcorruption embodied in the demonicRAT party. The power to send a person to your home with a gun and a piece of paper declaring their rights and demanding your capitulation is a power that government alone holds. So long as the demonicRATs hold their office at the behest of people who are happy to profit from this arrangement, tyranny will reign supreme.

Right Wing News has an excellent article on the 18 myths of Obama Care.

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“Bush administration warned 9/11 Commission against probing too deeply”: Leftard’s Go Over The Edge Again

Posted by Larry Barnes on March 18, 2010

“Senior Bush administration officials sternly cautioned the 9/11 Commission against probing too deeply into the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, according to a document recently obtained by the ACLU.”
Moral Outrage @ Word Press

When some people attempt to make history they some how come to the conclusion that repeating forgotten history will do just fine. As History Commons proves the Internet will reveal their folly. Unfortunately the only people who care about this old story don’t care about the most pervasive aspect of the story. That is, the recent release of years old documents can generate a story in the leftard press by the simple act of being tight lipped on the details and meaning of the story.

I am sure the people who want to argue my point are unaware of the ability of the Internet to search for items of interest. This being the case I have transcribed the details of the story here and provided links that may be followed to prove I actually researched this subject

Summer 2003: 9/11 Commission Unhappy with Information Coming from Detainees

The 9/11 Commission becomes unhappy with the quality of information being provided by the CIA, FBI, and Pentagon about detainees in US custody who are being interrogated, because “the government’s investigators [are] not asking the detainees the kinds of questions [it wants] answered” – they
are asking about future threats rather than the history of the 9/11 plot. The Commission is receiving detainee evidence “third-hand – passed from the detainee, to the interrogator, to the person who writes up the interrogation report, and finally to [its] staff in the form of reports, not even transcripts.” It can take up to six weeks for a report on an interrogation to be produced. Due to the absence of any interaction between Commission staff and detainees, they also have “no way of evaluating the credibility of detainee information.” [Kean and Hamilton, 2006, pp. 119-123] In at least one case, it seem possible that the 9/11 Commission was not given all the information from CIA interrogations that it needed.

Counterterrorism expert Rohan Gunaratna will later independently view some interrogation transcripts, and from them he will claim that Khalid Shaikh Mohammed (KSM) confessed to attending a pivotal al-Qaeda summit in Malaysia where the 9/11 plot was discussed (see January 5-8, 2000). The CIA was in charge of monitoring this meeting, so their failure to notice the presence of KSM, a photographed and well-known terrorist mastermind with a $2 million bounty on his head at the time, would have been nearly inexplicable (see July 9, 2003). The Commission subsequently requests direct access to the detainees, but this request is not granted (see November 5, 2003-January 2004).

November 5, 2003-January 2004: 9/11 Commission’s Attempt to Get Access to Detainees Fails

After the 9/11 Commission becomes unhappy with the information it is getting from detainees in US custody who may know something about the 9/11 plot (see Summer 2003), it asks CIA Director George Tenet to let it either talk to the detainees itself, or at least view interrogations through a one-way mirror. [Kean and Hamilton, 2006, pp. 119-126]
Reasoning – Dieter Snell, the head of the Commission’s plot team and a former prosecutor, is extremely keen that the detainees, such as Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and Ramzi bin al-Shibh, be interviewed. According to author Philip Shenon, he is aware that “testimony from key witnesses like the al-Qaeda detainees would have value only if they were questioned in person, with investigators given the chance to test their credibility with follow-up questions. The face-to-face interrogations would be especially important in situations in which the al-Qaeda members were giving conflicting testimony.” [Shenon, 2008, pp. 182]
Request Denied – However, Tenet denies the request because he does not want the Commission to know where the detainees are, and he claims questioning by a Commission staffer could apparently damage the “relationship” between interrogator and detainee and “upset the flow of questioning.” In addition, Tenet is worried that if the Commission has access to the detainees, Zacarias Moussaoui might also be able to compel them to testify in court, so he rejects compromise proposals.
Pushback – The Commission decides “to push the issue” and drafts a letter outlining why they should have direct access. Although the draft is seen by Tenet and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, it is never officially sent. At a White House meeting attended by Rumsfeld and commissioners Lee Hamilton and Fred Fielding, Tenet and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales repeat the arguments Tenet made previously, but Tenet says the Commission can submit written questions, and a CIA “project manager” will try to get them answered. After the administration “plead[s]” with the Commission not to use public pressure to get access to detainees, the Commission decides to drop the matter. Relatives and Media Blamed – Hamilton and Commission Chairman Thomas Kean will later partially blame the victims’ relatives and media for this failure: “Interestingly, there was no pressure from some of the usual sources for us to push for access. For instance, the 9/11 families never pressed us to seek access to detainees, and the media was never engaged on this issue.” Kean and Hamilton will later say that the “project manager” arrangement works “to a degree.”
Report Includes Disclaimer – However, a disclaimer will be inserted into the 9/11 Commission Report in the first of two chapters that draw heavily on detainees’ alleged statements (see After January 2004). It will say that the Commission could not fully judge the credibility of detainee information, so, according to Kean and Hamilton, “it [is] left to the reader to consider the credibility of the source—we had no opportunity to do so.” [Kean and Hamilton, 2006, pp. 119-126]
Criticism from Staffer – Commission staffer Ernest May will later criticize the Commission’s “reluctance ever to challenge the CIA’s walling off al-Qaeda detainees.” May will also say: “We never had full confidence in the interrogation reports as historical sources. Often we found more reliable the testimony that had been given in open court by those prosecuted for the East African embassy bombings and other crimes.” [New
Republic, 5/23/2005] CIA videotapes and transcripts of interrogations are not provided to the Commission (see Summer 2003-January 2004).

“Without Precedent: The Inside Story of the 9/11 Commission”

Authors: Thomas H. Kean and Lee H. Hamilton

Book Review From Publishers Weekly:

A re-creation of the inner workings of a government commission threatens to be a dry bureaucratic procedural, but the 9/11 Commission was so politically fraught that its story is compelling in its own right. Chairman Kean and vice-chair Hamilton detail the commission’s fight with Congress for more money and time; its wranglings with the Bush administration to win access to witnesses and classified documents; its delicate relations with victims’ families, who were its harshest critics and staunchest champions; its strategic use of public censure to wring concessions from recalcitrant officials; and the forging of a bipartisan consensus among fractious Republican and Democratic commissioners. Their tone is evenhanded and diplomatic, but some adversaries—NORAD, the FAA, House Republicans—get singled out as stumbling blocks to the investigation. The authors cogently defend the compromises they made and swat conspiracy theories about coverups, but critics unhappy with the commission’s refusal to “point fingers” or its lukewarm resistance to White House claims of executive privilege may not be satisfied. The issues the commission wrestled with—official incapacity to prevent disaster, the government’s use and misuse of intelligence, presidential accountability—are still in the headlines, which makes this lucid, absorbing account of its work very timely.

The commission report was written by the people who wrote the above book and were the recipients of the memo in question. Below is their statement at the close of the commission.

“(W)e believe we have fulfilled our mandate.”

A considerable difference as opposed to “warned against probing too deep”.

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