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Our Message to the World

Posted by ginnypub on April 4, 2009

For 8 years, if Pres. Bush sneezed there was a chorus of, “What kind of message are we sending to the world?” “This administration has damaged the image of the U.S. around the world!”

Candidate for president Barry Soetoro promised to “reboot America’s image” among the world’s Muslims and that one of his top priorities would be to work to repair America’s reputation worldwide. In that vain, he granted his first interviewas leader of the free world to al-Arabiya where he apologized profusely for the U.S. being responsible for Islamic serial mass murderers incinerating a few thousand Infidels on U.S. soil.

It was especially poignant when a sitting president of the United States of America met Saudi Arabia’s King and bowed in deference to his “majesty“.

After the U.S. elected its first black president, the first black U.S. Attorney General and former Fannie Mae lobbyist, Eric Holder, said publicly, “Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial, we have always been and we — I believe continue to be in too many ways essentially a nation of cowards.”

Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva heard you Mr. Holder.  Speaking in Brasília at a joint press conference with Gordon Brown, the UK prime minister, Mr Lula da Silva told reporters: “This crisis was caused by the irrational behaviour of white people with blue eyes, who before the crisis appeared to know everything and now demonstrate that they know nothing.” This, of course, was music to Race Separatist in Chief, Barry Obama, who couldn’t wait to drool all over him. During a lunch at the Group of 20 summit in London, Obama shook hands with President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and said: “This is my man, right here. I love this guy.” I can hardly wait for Barry’s next book.

Then, there’s our neighbor to the south, Mexico, where a bloody drug war is happening and spilling across the border into the U.S., which wouldn’t have started in the first place if the drug lords didn’t receive 90% of their firearms from the U.S. It isn’t relevant that this figure is a bold-faced LIE made up of whole cloth from the Soetoro administration. What is relevant is that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is merely a “suggestion” and should be overturned.

The icing on the cake is probably yet to come, but Barry’s speech to a group of students from France and Germany comes close.  “In America, there is a failure to appreciate Europe’s leading role in the world. “Instead of celebrating your dynamic union and seeking to partner with you to meet common challenges, there have been times where America has shown arrogance and been dismissive, even derisive.”

Now, that’s a statement from someone who is a world’s authority on arrogance, dismissiveness and derision

So what is the message Pres. Barry Soetoro is sending to the world?

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IS A LOUSY COUNTRY, FULL OF LOUSY PEOPLE.

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**Breaking-Bush Admin Emails-AIG

Posted by ginnypub on March 20, 2009

Fox Business and Fox News are reporting that they have obtained 5 emails through the FOIA between the Bush Administration and AIG concerning executive bonuses.

In a Nov. 5 e-mail to a Treasury and Federal Reserve officials, an outside attorney working on the transaction wrote, “We indicated that UST (United States Treasury) … wants to put in place a limitation on annual bonuses that assure that (AIG: 1.2104, -0.3796, -23.87%) executives/employees will not be enriched out of TARP funds.”

But the e-mail indicates AIG officials pushed back on the proposal. In a section of the e-mail discussing proposed limits on severance packages for AIG employees, the attorney wrote, “They were slack jawed at the idea of imposing the restriction throughout the entire population, especially worldwide.” AIG proposed that Treasury apply such limits “to a class of partners and senior partners (700).”

At another spot in the e-mail, the attorney said about AIG executives, “They will think about ways to deal with the ‘no enrichment’ point. In this connection they again raised the size of the applicable group and kept coming back to ‘700’ as a meaningful, and possibly workable, group for limitations.”

The e-mail also indicates that in their deliberations, government officials were concerned about the effect of compensation on recruiting and retaining AIG employees.

“We also indicated that all parties understand that the restrictions must be designed so that the business can be operated in a reasonable way, including in terms of recruitment and retention of employees,” the attorney wrote in the e-mail.

A key argument in AIG’s defense of its bonus practices has been that bonuses are needed to recruit and retain key employees.

A Treasury official in the department’s general counsel office, Stephen Albrecht, wrote in response to the attorney’s e-mail, “See below. Looks like AIG has some creative thinking to do, but we’ll need to decide to what extent we’re willing to bend.”

Government officials eventually decided to restrict compensation at AIG to just the top 75 company executives. The Treasury agreed to invest $40 billion into AIG.

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The World’s Most Dangerous City

Posted by ginnypub on March 19, 2009

Those of us who have followed the blogs from Iraq written by Iraqis and members of the U.S. Armed Forces were not surprised by Charlie Gibson’s recent report on Iraq.

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What was STUNNING, however, was to see it reported from one of the alphabet networks. The evening news anchors have been a self-appointed panel of  judges and assassins of Pres. George W. Bush’s character, judgement and competence  for the past 7 years.

“Is this a war about oil?” “Where is U.N. approval?” “Is Iraq a quagmire?” “Does Pres. Bush get it?” “Is the surge a failure?” “Is hope for democracy dead in Iraq?”

Night after night, they beat the man down until his popularity hit rock bottom and truth was lost in a Hegelian blur.

The majority of Iraqis did not share the sentiments of the alphabet anchors.

Any hint of journalistic integrity evaporated when the alphabet anchors became the self-appointed press corps for presidential candidate Sen. Barry Soetoro (D-IL). He had won his first election in Chicago by having his opponets removed from the ballot on a “technicality”. Not only did his personal press corps not assassinate his character, they never even questioned it. He has a long-standing personal relationship with domestic terrorists. Not only did his personal press corps not assassinate his judgement, they never even questioned it. He condemned the Bush/Petraeus “surge” strategy in Iraq as a “complete failure” and called for surrender and defeat. Not only did his personal press corps not assassinate his competence, they never even questioned it.

While Iraqis celebrated their new freedom born out of the democracy fertilized with the blood of Americans, Iraqis and their allies, the alphabet anchors celebrated a new “visionary”. “Intelligent”, “Curious”, “Honest”-they proclaimed of this community organizer from Chicago; this mystery man with no medical records, no academic records and no birth records; this man calling himself Barack Hussein Obama, Jr.; this man who was known as Barry Soetoro on a school report card.

Barry Soetoro was sworn in 44th President of the United States of America on 20Jan09. He selected George Mitchell as Envoy to the Middle East.

But turning to Iraq, Mitchell first suggested that W’s decision on troop levels in Iraq will be driven not by the national security interests of the United States but by pure politics, stating: “I don’t think they [the Bush administration] can go into the next general election in the United States in November of 2006 with the status quo so I think you’re going to see significant troop withdrawals.” George Mitchell, Today Show

Suppose Barry Soetoro had been in office as the 43rd president. How might conditions be different in the Middle East today? How much strength and power would al-Qaeda, Saddam Hussein and Usama bin Laden have over the region?

Let’s go back in time to another century, another decade, when the same players and the same policies were in control. It really wasn’t that long ago.

In December 1992, U.S. President George H.W. Bush announced that the United States would provide the backbone of a multinational military force to secure supply lines and deliver food to the starving in Somalia. “America must act,” Bush said.

Pres. William Clinton was inaugurated on 20Jan93.

Pres. Clinton’s plan was for a “lasting solution” in Somalia. His administration would carry out this lasting solution by expanding the mandate of U.N. involvement. U.N. Resolution 814 was passed. With almost no planning, the U.N. Security Council broadened the peacekeepers’ mandate from securing relief operations to “the rehabilitation of the political institutions and economy of Somalia.” On 03Oct93, Maj. Gen. William F. Garrison decided that a good idea for a Special Ops mission would be to send a small force into a hornet’s nest of supporters of Warlord Gen. Mohamed Farah Aideed’s Somali National Alliance in the Bakara Market area of Mogadishu in BROAD DAYLIGHT to capture guerilla loyalists of Aideed.

The Clinton administration strongly supported this more aggressive stance. Madeleine Albright, then the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said the goal was “nothing less than the restoration of an entire country.” Most of the U.S. Military personnel were withdrawn.

 

  

 

On 03Oct93, members of the U.S. military faced forces linked to Usama bin Laden’s al Qaeda terrorist organization  for the first time. They were outnumbered 10 to 1.

The U.S. was defeated. America lost 19 warriors and 2 Blackhawks. Something equally as precious as those lives was lost on that day, too.

“Where was this false courage of yours when the explosion in Beirut took place in 1983? And where was this courage of yours when two explosions made you leave Aden in less than twenty-four hours! But your most disgraceful case was in Somalia; where – after vigorous propaganda about the power of the United States and its post-cold war leadership of the new world order – you moved tens of thousands of an international force, including 28,000 American soldiers, into Somalia. However, when tens of your soldiers were killed in minor battles and one American pilot was dragged in the streets of Mogadishu you left the area carrying disappointment, humiliation, defeat and your dead with you…. You have been disgraced by Allah and you withdrew. The extent of your impotence and weakness became very clear.”  Usama bin Laden

What has become of Mogadishu, Somalia and its people?

Mogadishu has been wracked with internal unrest ever since. The city received renewed international attention when the Islamic Courts Union claimed control over the city, only to be pushed back by Ethiopian forces. Today, while nominally governed by the UN-sanctioned Transitional Federal Government and policed by forces from the African Union, Mogadshu remains the scene of running gun battles between rival militias and tribal factions, as well as Islamic insurgents seeking to eject AU forces.  Over a million of the city’s residents have reportedly been displaced, with tens of thousands fleeing the “city of death” altogether.

Today, Mogadishu, Somalia is the most dangerous city in the world.

And every year since 1993, Somalis have celebrated “The Day of the Rangers” on October 3rd, the day America was defeated.

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Ole Juan Cole The Lying Ole Troll

Posted by ginnypub on March 6, 2009

Juan Cole is a professor of Middle East and South Asian history at the University of Michigan. He’s also a blogger. Prof. Cole is a very important person. If you don’t believe me, just ask him.

Not everyone, however, is as enamored with Prof. Cole as he is with himself. Christopher Hitchens describes him as “a minor nuisance on the fringes of the academic Muslim apologist community. At one point, there was a danger that he would become a go-to person for quotes in New York Times articles (a sort of Shiite fellow-traveling version of Norman Ornstein, if such an alarming phenomenon can be imagined), but this crisis appears to have passed….who affects such expertise in Persian, cannot decipher the plain meaning of a celebrated statement and is, furthermore, in need of a remedial course in English”.

Yale University shared the same opinion, when in 2006, it denied him a faculty position, based on an assessment of Cole’s scholarly work. Very Important Person Cole blamed his rejection at an Ivy League university on “a concerted press campaign by neoconservatives…(which) was inappropriate and a threat to academic integrity”.

The main problem, among many, with Prof. Cole is that he lies. He gets called out for it. He retro-edits his lies and denounces the denouncer.  He’s like a kid with a sore tooth who can’t keep his tongue away from it.

Some “for instances”:

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This policy was implemented in 1991 under Secretary of Defense, Richard Cheney and Pres. George H. W. Bush.

I have learned from Martin Kramer to capture a screenshot of Prof. Cole’s writings if I want to reference them in the future because of his retro-editing and deleting penchants.

In Jan 2009, Cole posted this:

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In response, Martin Kramer posted this: Actually, Atta’s will was dated April 11, 1996—one week before the Qana tragedy, on April 18. We don’t know for certain why he made it, but it cannot be because he witnessed any footage from Qana, which was still in the future. And Cole apparently never read the will. It contains no pledge to die while avenging anyone. The will deals with disposition of Atta’s body and possessions in the event of his death. It’s not a “martyrdom will,” but a standardized one, provided by Atta’s Hamburg mosque. (You can read the full text here.)
Update: In the wake of this post, Cole has partly retro-edited his own post (without indicating so).

Today IraqPundit blogged about Prof. Cole’s latest lying-fest.

Wonder how long it will be before he retro-edits?

I’ve got the screen caps, in case you need them, IraqPundit.

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Gov. Palin’s Russian Diplomacy

Posted by ginnypub on March 4, 2009

I’m sure Barry Soetoro’s ass is chafing from his stack of foreign policy blunders this week. From publicly bitch-slapping his Secretary of State to being seen as a weak, sniveling little joke in Russia, to scaring the beJesus out of American allies, to insulting Great Britain, ole Barry’s been on a roll demonstrating why a “community organizer” lacks sufficient knowledge and experience to lead the greatest nation.

But I think Barry Soetoro’s candy-ass was already chafing because of Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK). You see, Gov. Palin did something in January that the media didn’t report on, but that Barry knows about because of his continued obsession with her; so much so, that he’s even hired a political party hack of no distinction, Alaskan State Senator Kim (‘troopergate”) Elton to be “Director of Alaskan Affairs”.

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Here’s what Gov. Sarah Palin did:

January 2, 2009, Anchorage, Alaska – Governor Sarah Palin today is welcoming an international delegation of diplomats who are traveling to Alaska to celebrate Alaska Statehood Day on January 3, 2009. Representatives from several Asian and European countries accepted Governor Palin’s invitation to participate in weekend celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of Alaska being admitted to the Union.

“We welcome these representatives with our best Alaska hospitality. We are pleased with their recognition of the importance of our 50th anniversary,” Governor Palin said. “It is a special honor to welcome Ambassador Kislyak and to showcase our state to this high-profile international group.”

Among the traveling dignitaries is Mr. Sergey Kislyak, newly appointed Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the United States, who is making his first visit to Alaska.

“I am so pleased to be here this weekend,” Ambassador Kislyak said. “As discussed in my meeting with Governor Palin, it is encouraging to note the similarities between Alaska and the Russian Far East. Our existing commercial connections and the mutually beneficial nature of our professional partnerships can only help provide a measure of stability as, together, we face the global economic challenges that lie ahead.”

Ambassador Kislyak also met with representatives of the Aleut International Association, Institute of the North, Alaska Rule of Law Initiative, National Parks Service, ISER Alaska Chukotka Project, and Turnagain Elementary School Russian Immersion Program, all of whom have been involved in multi-year Russia-related projects.

In addition to Ambassador Kislyak, foreign dignitaries include Yuri Gerasin, Consul General of the Russian Federation; Julian Evans, British Consul General; John Mataira, Consul General of New Zealand; Balazs Bokor, Consul General of Hungary; Sten Arne Rosnes, Consul General of Norway; Haryong Lee, Consul General of Korea; Fred Santos, Consul of The Philippines; Mel Knight, Alberta’s Minister of Energy; Marvin Schneider, Alberta’s Executive Director of the U.S. and Americas; and Haijun Wang, Deputy Director General of the Foreign Affairs Office of China’s Heilongjiang Province. Mr. Wang is leading a four-person delegation from Heilongjiang Province, a sister province to Alaska, and China’s northernmost region.

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NOTE TO BARRY SOETORO: THIS IS WHAT EXPERIENCE LOOKS LIKE.

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Megalomaniac And The Heroes

Posted by ginnypub on March 2, 2009

Megalomaniac-in-Chief, Barry Soetoro, delivered “his” plan for Iraq withdrawal to the Warrior Heroes stationed at Camp LeJeune, NC last week. In actuality, “Barry’s Plan” has already been crafted. It’s called SOFA. The Iraqi and Bush administrations crafted it and Barry didn’t have a damned thing to do with it.

“As a candidate for president, I made clear my support for a timeline of 16 months to carry out this drawdown, while pledging to consult closely with our military commanders upon taking office to ensure that we preserve the gains we’ve made and protect our troops,” Obama said. “Those consultations are now complete, and I have chosen a timeline that will remove our combat brigades over the next 18 months. “Let me say this as plainly as I can: By Aug. 31, 2010, our combat mission in Iraq will end.”

 

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It looks like some in the audience remembered that the only reason he traveled to Iraq was to demand Iraqi leaders delay a SOFA agreement until after Pres. Bush was out of office.

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Maybe some in the audience are questioning the judgement of a Commander in Chief candidate who voted against funding troops on the battlefield because the U.S. did not surrender first.

Maybe some are remembering that Barry Soetoro’s timeline for Iraq withdrawal changed with each public opinion poll.

Maybe some are remembering that Barry’s nominee for U.S. Solicitor General fights to keep the ROTC off college campuses, but is happy to give a scholarship to anti-American Pakistani student Samad Khurram.

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All of them were trying to swallow the bile that wanted to projectile-vomit out of their collective mouths onto the face of the lying rat bastard standing before them who had the unmitigated audacity to claim the Petraeus/Crocker/Bush Strategy was HIS idea.

FYI, Barry…It’s called the Anaconda Strategy.

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AND YOU DIDN’T HAVE A DAMNED THING TO DO WITH IT.

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Not Hard To Outclass Matt Lauer

Posted by ginnypub on February 17, 2009

Hey Matt, if you’re going to interview a historian, it might help to know a little history instead of just regurgitating talking points.

Karl Rove bitch slaps the little bitch, Matt Lauer:

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Moral Ambiguity

Posted by ginnypub on February 17, 2009

The Kinsey Report: Sex Habits of American Men written by zoologist Alfred Kinsey was published in 1948. On 16May48, the NYT loved it. On 18July65, it published “A new Kinsey report challenges the popular conceptions of sexual criminals as crazed by narcotics, aroused by pornography or goaded by senile desire. …”

The Kinsey Report includes a lot of “findings” from “studies”, but the most notable “study” was on infants and children.

Table 34. Examples of multiple orgasm in pre-adolescent males. Some instances of higher frequencies (Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, 1948).

AGE

NO. OF
ORGASMS

TIME
INVOLVED

5 mon.

3

?

11 mon.

10

1 hr.

11 mon.

14
7

38 min.
9 min.

2 yr.

11

65 min.

2.5 yr.

4

2 min.

4 yr.

6

5 min.

4 yr.

17

10 hr.

4 yr.

26

24 hr.

7 yr.

7

3 hr.

8 yr.

8

2 hr.

9 yr.

7

68 min.

10 yr.

9

52 min.

10 yr.

14

24 hr.

11 yr.

11

1 hr.

11 yr.

19

1 hr.

12 yr.

7

3 hr.

12 yr.

3
9

3 min.
2 hr.

12 yr.

12

2 hr.

12 yr.

15

1 hr.

13 yr.

7

24 min.

13 yr.

8

2.5 hr.

13 yr.

9

8 hr.

13 yr.

3
11
26

70 sec.
.8 hr.
24 hr.

14 yr.

11

4 hr.

…. before the arrival of orgasm, will fight away from the partner and may make violent attempts to avoid climax although they derive definite pleasure from the situation.

Kinsey used his ” medical and scientific data” to separate sex and morality. He found no reason to prohibit incest or adult-child sex, and that laws punishing and prohibiting these acts should be overturned.

In 1969 NAMBLA was founded.

The ACLU represents infant and child rapists in court pro bono because it is a Constitution Right of adults to rape infants and children. It falls under the First Amendment’s “free speech”.

For 25 years Congressional Democrats, most notably Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MASS), blocked legislation for a national sex offender registry. On 27July06, Pres. George W. Bush was able to finally sign the “Adam Walsh Act into law. 

“Constitution” supporters have been trying to have the law overturned. Groups such as Constitutional Fights (founded by a “Reagan Conservative”) stay abreast of the constant struggle to legalize infant and child rape. (Note to child rape supporters: Not in a million years would anyone believe any of you are a “Reagan Conservative”.)

Brent Bozell writes in his 16Feb09 column about a Kinsey wannabe:

Daniel Bergner isn’t the devil’s advocate, but he is a pervert’s apologist. This author and contributor to the New York Times Magazine has a new book titled “The Other Side of Desire” which argues it is unfair to judge bizarre, harmful, and disgusting sexual attractions as bizarre, harmful, and disgusting.

 

Bergner’s book focuses on four real-life fetishists: a husband with a secret foot fetish, a man with an attraction to amputees, a vicious female sadist, and a man who longs for sex with his 12-year-old stepdaughter. Book reviews and interviews suggest he hasn’t written a book to judge the fetishists, but rather to judge the society that would rush to condemn their drives and behaviors.

Bergner tries to define deviancy down by quoting one of his experts, a New York psychiatrist who quips, “perversion can be defined as the sex that you like and I don’t.”

Unsurprisingly, Bergner has the support of many book critics. Media outlets enjoyed promoting the book by picking out and running with the most salacious tidbits. The book contains several subplots beneath its four primary characters. A Bergner interview with Salon.com began by introducing readers to one of the minor characters in the book, a Wall Street retiree wearing a red latex bodysuit and a black hood who is strapped to a table while electric shocks are surged into his genitals.

The USA 2009: “Progressive” haven for those who think that infant and child rape isn’t torture; it’s to provide sexual pleasure for the infant or child. Electrocution of the genitals provides sexual pleasure unless it is used on a serial mass murdering terrorist, whereby it is torture.

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Just For You, CATO

Posted by ginnypub on February 13, 2009

I like posting at the Martinsville Media Forum. There’s a mix of everything there; Cousin Eddies, Libertarians, Pseudo-intellectuals, Christian Conservatives, Communist Party believers, really nice people, really cruel people and some just plain regular folk. Bill Wyatt, the owner of Martinsville Media, has some good rules there about personal attacks and cursing. Since that’s what I’m about to do, I’ve decided to post a response to this post here.

A new thread started by a regular poster, CATO, today: (note: While you’re reading through the misspellings…CATO is an ATTORNEY.)

Torture: What do we do?

With the statements of Conyers, Leahy, etc…it is clear that the Congress will do some sort of investigation into Bush Era policies with particular attention to allegations of rendition, secret prisons and torture. Quite frankly, I wish the relevany Chairman were a little more pragmatic instead of approaching the left wing fringe, but I beleive that an investigation is proper.

Here is what the ACLU is finidng out through FOIA requests:

http://rawstory.com/news/2008/Unredacted_documents_reveal_prisoners_tortured_to_0212.html

Note the article provides links to some of the actual documents. Some highlights are:

“In both cases, for example, [prisoners] were handcuffed to fixed objects above their heads in order to keep them awake,” reads the document. “Additionally, interrogations in both incidents involved the use of physical violence, including kicking, beating, and the use of “compliance blows” which involved striking the [prisoners] legs with the [interrogators] knees. In both cases, blunt force trauma to the legs was implicated in the deaths. In one case, a pulmonary embolism developed as a consequence of the blunt force trauma, and in the other case pre-existing coronary artery disease was complicated by the blunt force trauma.”

“[An] investigation launched after allegations that an Iraqi prisoner was subjected to torture and abuse at ‘The Disco’ (located in the Special Operations Force Compound in Mosul Airfield, Mosul, Iraq). The abuse consisted of filling his jumpsuit with ice, then hosing him down and making him stand for long periods of time, sometimes in front of an air conditioner; forcing him to lay down and drink water until he gagged, vomited or choked, having his head banged against a hot steel plate while hooded and interrogated; being forced to do leg lifts with bags of ice placed on his ankles, and being kicked when he could not do more.

I realize this will likely deteriorate into partisan idiocy, but this has to be investigated. In my mind, the focus should be on the POLICYMAKERS such as John Yoo, Gonzales, Addington, etc..and not on the boots on the ground. I was in the military long enough to know NCOs dont go rogue. They folow orders. I have never believed the “official” version of Abu Gharib and the lambs they offered for slaughter.

This is too important to sweep under the rug.

First of all, for anyone with so much shit for brains they don’t know what torture is, let me explain it:

THIS IS TORTURE

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This little girl is wearing her school uniform. She was kidnapped, tortured and beheaded because she is a Christian. The “Bush Era Policy-makers” didn’t do this.

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This is Nick Berg’s head. It’s a still shot from the video his murderers posted of their great accomplishment. Ever see how “The Lambs” behead someone, dumbass? They don’t use a sword and whack it off. They slowly saw it off with a knife. Can you hear Nick Berg screaming, ass-wipe? I hope so. I hope it gets so loud the next time you blame America first, it keeps you awake at night. The “Bush Era Policy-makers” didn’t do this.

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This is an American, dickhead. He was someone’s dad, son and husband. He was burned alive, dismembered and hung up like a piece of meat. Can you imagine what his body must smell like? I hope you can. I hope everytime you shower with some girly soap and splash on your “Eau de Big Pussy” cologne, you smell HIM instead. The “Bush Era Policy-makers” did this.

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How difficult would it be to be given the choice of being incinerated or jump from a skyscraper? I hope the next time you’re making the decision to defend your “lambs”, you think about this man, maggot. The “Bush Era Policy-makers” didn’t do this.

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What kind of torture would it be to sift through the fumes of toxic jet engine fuel, the smell of burnt flesh and tons of skyscraper cement looking for any scrap of your best friend? You’ve laughed with him and cried with him. He was there for your son’s christening and your daughter’s wedding. You’re the one he called when his mother died. You saw him just a couple of hours ago. What if it was 366 of your best friends, asshole? The “Bush Era Policy-makers” didn’t do this.

How many people in the United States of America do you think give one rat’s ass if “the lambs” get water poured up their noses, are subjected to rock music or deprived of 8 hours sleep? I would say, if you take out the old hippies, socialists, progressives and members of the peaceful religion of Islam, the number is ZERO.

I think Guantanamo was a mistake, also. The ones caught on the battlefield should have been tortured until useful information was extracted and verified and then killed. A good start would have been John Walker Lindh.

While we’re on the subject of torture, let us not forget infants, toddlers and children brutally raped, tortured and video-taped by sick, repulsive, wastes of human space? ACLU fan that you are, surely it must please you that it isn’t only Islamic serial mass murderers these slimes ardently support, but child rapists, also. The ACLU represents both groups pro bono.

Don’t bother wrapping yourself in the “moral authority” of an amoral group with the idiotic whining of “But if we totuuurrre, we’re no better than theemmm”…..

You and the ACLU are not just “no better than them”. You’re worse.

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I’m Sorry, Kenneth Clodfelter

Posted by ginnypub on February 6, 2009

Sixteen days into his administration, Barry Soetoro has wiped out eight years of bringing Islamic serial mass murderers to justice. For anyone still doubting the lack of respect Soetoro holds for our warriors serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, this last act should erase all doubt.

 

WASHINGTON – The Pentagon’s senior judge overseeing terror trials at Guantanamo Bay dropped charges Thursday against an al-Qaida suspect in the 2000 USS Cole bombing, upholding President Barack Obama’s order to freeze military tribunals there.

The charges against suspected al-Qaida bomber Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri marked the last active Guantanamo war crimes case.

The legal move by Susan J. Crawford, the top legal authority for military trials at Guantanamo, brings all cases into compliance with Obama’s Jan. 22 executive order to halt terrorist court proceedings at the U.S. Navy base in Cuba.

Seventeen U.S. sailors died on Oct. 12, 2000, when al-Qaida suicide bombers steered an explosives-laden boat into the Cole, a guided-missile destroyer, as it sat in a Yemen port.

The Pentagon last summer charged al-Nashiri, a Saudi Arabian, with “organizing and directing” the bombing and planned to seek the death penalty in the case.

In his Jan. 22 order, Obama promised to shut down the Guantanamo prison within a year. The order also froze all Guantanamo detainee legal cases pending a three-month review as the Obama administration decides where — or whether — to prosecute the suspects who have been held there for years, most without charges.

 

John and Gloria Clodfelter, like Del. Frank Hargrove, I will remember Petty Officer 2nd Class Kenneth Eugene Clodfelter.

 

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 568

Celebrating the life of Petty Officer 2nd Class Kenneth Eugene Clodfelter.

Agreed to by the House of Delegates, January 12, 2001

Agreed to by the Senate, January 19, 2001

WHEREAS, Kenneth Eugene Clodfelter of Mechanicsville, a petty officer 2nd class in the United States Navy, was killed in the line of duty on October 12, 2000; and

WHEREAS, Petty Officer Clodfelter, on duty aboard the USS Cole, was a victim of the terrorist attack that occurred in the port of Aden, Yemen; and

WHEREAS, a resident of Mechanicsville, Kenneth Clodfelter was a 1997 graduate of Lee-Davis High School, where he was a member of the football team; and

WHEREAS, Kenneth Clodfelter, who was a Boy Scout and a member of the Order of the Arrow, a volunteer firefighter, and a dedicated sailor, enlisted in the Navy after graduation from high school; and

WHEREAS, mourned by his parents, his wife, and his young son, Kenneth Clodfelter was promoted to petty officer 2nd class on the day of his death; and

WHEREAS, Kenneth Clodfelter’s death is a reminder of the hazards of military service and of the commitment, courage, and heroism of the young men and women who defend our nation’s freedom; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That the General Assembly mourn the untimely passing of a brave young Virginian, Petty Officer 2nd Class Kenneth Eugene Clodfelter; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to the family of Petty Officer 2nd Class Kenneth Eugene Clodfelter as an expression of the high regard in which his memory is held by the members of the General Assembly.

 

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“When we get people who are more concerned about reading the rights to an Al Qaeda terrorist than they are with protecting the United States against people who are absolutely committed to do anything they can to kill Americans, then I worry.”  Former VP Richard Cheney

 

“We will confront this mortal danger to all humanity. We will not tire, or rest, until the war is won.”  Pres. George W. Bush

On 04Nov08, 52.9% of Americans grew tired and rested, Mr. President, but some of us never will.

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