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My Dick

Posted by ginnypub on May 21, 2009

I’ve listed previously why I love Dick Cheney. I love him even more after today. When the Fearful Leader of the Free World was so intimidated by Dick Cheney’s scheduled speech at the AEI, he grabbed his teleprompter and headed for a camera, it was more glaring proof the U.S. voted in a juvenile to do a man’s job.

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Remember The Holocaust?

Posted by ginnypub on May 21, 2009

I received this email from a Texas cousin. Wonder if any of these images will pass through Barry Soetoro’s mind when he sits down for chat with the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran?

DID THE HOLOCAUST HAPPEN?

Of course it did. And it’s happening now in places like Zimbabwe , Sudan , North Korea , and terrorists in Pakistan want it to happen here in the USA .

 Never forget what one madman can do when given absolute power….

It ‘s a matter of history that when Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, General Dwight Eisenhower, found the victims of the death camps, he ordered all possible photographs to be taken, and for the German people from surrounding villages to be ushered through the camps and even made to bury the dead.

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He did this because he said in words to this effect: ‘Get it all on record now – get the films – get the witnesses – because somewhere down the track of history some b*stard will get up and say that this never happened’ 

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These photos were taken in  Germany  by James Emison Chanslor, an Army Master Sergeant who served in World War II from 1942 until 1945.

Source: Photos courtesy of John Michael Chanslor.

‘All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing’ 
Edmund Burke 

This week, the  UK  removed The Holocaust from its school curriculum because it ‘offended’ the Muslim population which claims it never occurred. 

This is a frightening portent of the fear that is gripping the world and how easily each country is giving in to it.

 It is now more than 60 years after the Second World War in  Europe  ended. 

This e-mail is being sent as a memorial chain, in memory of the 
six million Jews, 20 million Russians, 10 million Christians and 1,900 Catholic priests who were murdered, massacred, raped, burned, starved and humiliated with the German and Russian peoples looking the other way!
Now, more than ever, with  Iran , among others, claiming the Holocaust to be ‘a myth,’ it is imperative to make sure the world never forgets.

I don’t think the world has forgotten. It just stopped caring. I wonder if it ever cared? Maybe it is like more recent history. Some folks don’t think 9/11/01 was such a big deal.

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Check Sandy Berger’s Drawers

Posted by ginnypub on May 20, 2009

National Security? When it comes to Barry Soetoro’s birth certificate, college transcripts and medical records, this administration has called up the two-headed dogs from the gates of hell to protect them. Too bad the records in the National Archives aren’t as important.

May 19, 6:44 PM (ET)

By LARRY MARGASAK

WASHINGTON (AP) – The National Archives lost a computer hard drive containing massive amounts of sensitive data from the Clinton administration, including Social Security numbers, addresses, and Secret Service and White House operating procedures, congressional officials said Tuesday.

The FBI is conducting a criminal investigation of the matter, according to Rep. Edolphus Towns, D-N.Y., chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and senior committee Republican Darrell Issa of California.

Issa called for the Archives acting director, Adrienne Thomas, to appear before a committee panel Thursday to “explain how such an outrageous breach of security happened.”

“This egregious breach raises significant questions regarding the effectiveness of the security protocols that are in place at the National Archives and Records Administration,” he said.

Egregious? pffftt…Yeah, Sandy Berger is still reeling from the firm slap on his dainty little wrist after he was caught stuffing papers from the Archives in his drawers.

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Rosen and Weissman Vindicated

Posted by ginnypub on May 2, 2009

Do you know who Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman are? If you Google their names, chances are the first few pages will be blogs and “news” media posts from every fringe left Jew-hating organization known to man. (Since Al Gore sits on the board of Google, conservative researchers are used to schlogging through left wing propaganda when they Google anything. But that’s a story for another day…).

Steve Rosen and Keith Weissman set a precedent in the annals of the Justice System. They were the first private citizens prosecuted under the 1917 Espionage Act for mishandling classified information obtained through conversation. Their case could have made much of national-security journalism and foreign policy lobbying a federal crime. 

In August 2005, the U.S. Dept. of Justice handed down a 5-count indictment against Steven Rosen and Keith Weissman.

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Yesterday, justice was served in this case when the USDOJ filed a motion to dismiss the charges. On Monday, Steve Rosen is submitting a transcript for a book to be published covering his almost-five-year ordeal. I plan to order an advanced copy.

In the meantime, I’ll continue my daily reading of Obama Mideast Monitor where Steve and others educate the American people by “outing” every anti-American, Jew-hating, Communist-loving, Fringe Left appointee and wannabe appointee by U.S. President Barry Soetoro. 

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Barry the Risée

Posted by ginnypub on May 2, 2009

Dr. Jack Wheeler sat down with a French Military Intelligence Officer in Paris. They talked about U.S. President, Barry Soetoro.

“My agency considers him a joke,” he confides.  “Every day there is some fresh lunacy that we cannot believe.  Mr. Bush would often make us angry.  But at this man we just laugh.”

“In truth, it also makes us sad,” he continued.  “French resentment towards America is strong, so being able to laugh at your country feels good.  But it is such a sad and strange thing to see America – America The Great! – do something so crazy as to elect this ridiculous man.”

“There are many people in America who think he isn’t a legitimate president as he wasn’t born in the US and isn’t a natural citizen.  What do you think?” I asked.

He shrugged.  “I wouldn’t know.  I’ve never had reason to make an inquiry.”

“There are a lot of people convinced he is a traitor who hates America and is actively determined to destroy it.  Any opinion on that?”

He didn’t shrug at this.  After a long slow sip of wine, he mused, “I would not go that far.  Many of his actions, however, are very puzzling because they are so counter-productive regarding America’s best interests.  There seems to be a consistent pattern in that direction.”

“What does Sarkozy think of him?”

“Nothing but contempt.”

After a pause he asked, “And Langley?”

“Well, if you thought the war they waged against Bush was intense, it was nothing compared to how they’re going to screw Obama.  He has tried to gut them with the ‘torture memo’ release and slashing their budgets.  The morale is depressed, sullen, and enraged.  You know what a left-wing outfit Langley is.  They thought he was their boy and they feel betrayed.  All kinds of damaging stuff on him will be appearing via their media friends.”

He nodded.  “And in Tel Aviv City?”

He was referring to the huge underground city complex of Langley’s underneath the US Embassy in the Israeli capital.  “That’s an interesting question.  You know how vast and deep the relationship is there.  Langley is making every effort to overcome the total and massive distrust their Israeli colleagues have for Obama, whom they know is selling them down the Jordan River.  So far though this effort is in words.  The Israelis are waiting to see what Langley does.”

He said nothing.  I smiled.  “You guys wouldn’t be Langley’s cutout for thwarting BO regarding Israel, would you?  I’d never suspect that…”

He continued to say nothing, gave me only a slight smile in return, and poured me another glass of wine.  “The Bordeaux is good, yes?”  I nodded.

“You know, the French media worships this man the same as yours in the US.  All of this ‘100 days’ talk, it is impossibly stupid.  Most anyone in the French elite, the business leaders, Sarko’s people, they all know this.  They all think this is some crazy joke of the Americans.  But it is a very, very dangerous joke.  For 100 days your president has been a laughingstock among the tout le monde  No one may be laughing 100 days or 10 months from now.”

He leaned forward.  “The world can go – how do you say – sideways with this man very quickly.  No one he has working for him knows what they are doing – possibly excepting Mrs. Clinton – and he certainly does not.  All of us in our little community are worried – us, our friends in Berlin, London, Tel Aviv, and Langley too as you say.  It is not like the  barbarians at the gates.  It is everythere are no gates.  The Somalis, Chavez, Iran, Putin, Beijing, the ‘Norks” as you call them, the list is long and it is growing.  We are not sure what to do.”

It took me a moment to respond.  “The best thing that has happened now is Obama making Langley his enemy.  They will be cooperating with you more, be more a part of your worried community.  Working together, you can undermine his efforts more effectively, block and maybe even repair the damage.”

It was my turn to lean forward.  “Then again, all together you could be more pro-active.  The man is a mystery.  Nobody can make public his actual birth certificate, or even the particular hospital he was born in, or his college grades, or how he got into Harvard, or how he made editor of the Harvard Law Review and never wrote a single article for it.  It goes on and on.  He really is a Zero.  I think all of you guys should find all of this out and make it known.”

I added, “The quicker the better, before the laughing stops and the real dangers begin.”

“What is that phrase you use?” he asked.  “Something to consider?”

I laughed.  “Yes, there is much to consider – and much that you can do.  I mean, really, if the Soviet Union could be dismantled, so can this presidency.”

It was a beautiful April afternoon in Paris.  He walked me back to my hotel.  It could be that the times we live in may get even more interesting.

h/t: Atlas Shrugs

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Calling Patrick Fitzgerald

Posted by ginnypub on May 1, 2009

Who “outed” 2 covert CIA operatives to the All Barry Channel?

Wait, that’s not the scandal. The scandal is these guys earned A THOUSAND DOLLARS A DAY! (Gross underpayment, if you ask me.) AND they were INEXPERIENCED! (Except for the U.S. military program to train pilots how to survive behind enemy lines and resist brutal tactics- but who cares?) AND they are responsible for the WATERBOARDING PROGRAM and EVERYONE knows WATERBOARDING IS TORTURE and the U.S. should NEVER TORTURE mass serial killers for information! (Waterboarding is way too tame, for my taste.) AND (by far the WORST scandal) REFUSED to break the terms of their respective CIA contracts and reveal to ABC classified information! (My God, could it be any worse?!)

I say, call Patrick Fitzgerald immediately. These 2 patriot warriors need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of whatever the living, breathing U.S. Constitution can be amended to call for! Good Lord, what will Cuba and Venezuela think about all this? We have to think about our reputation in parts of the world where it truly matters!

Next, Special Investigator Fitzgerald should completely overlook the individual responsible for the “outing”, go straight to 1600  Pennsylvania Avenue and indict Karl Ro…I mean, someone, anyone in the White House. And make sure it’s a Jew. Any Jew’ll do.

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Andrew Napolitano for SCOTUS

Posted by ginnypub on May 1, 2009

Too bad Judge Andrew Napolitano doesn’t pass Barry Soetoro’s litmus test for a U.S. Supreme Court nominee- the Constitution of the United States of America “is not a static but rather a living document.”

Courtesy of my second favorite Ron Paul-iac, Cato (the first being my brother, Jack):

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Comrade Joe Explains It All

Posted by ginnypub on May 1, 2009

Today’s commentary comes from Comrade Joe:

Why I’m A Liberal:

I’m a Liberal because I’m way too irresponsible to own a gun, and I know that my local police are all I need to protect me from murderers and thieves.

I’m a Liberal because I love the fact I can now marry whatever I want. I’ve decided to marry my horse.

I’m a Liberal because I believe oil companies’ profits of 4% on a gallon of gas are obscene, but the government taxing the same gallon of gas at 15% isn’t.

I’m a Liberal because I believe the government will do a better job of spending the money I earn than I would.

I’m a Liberal because freedom of speech is fine as long as nobody is offended by it.

I’m a Liberal because when we pull out of Iraq I trust the bad guys will stop what they’re doing because they now think we’re good people.

I’m a Liberal because I believe people who can’t tell us if it will rain on Friday, CAN tell us the polar ice caps will melt away in 10 years if I don’t start driving a Prius.

I’m a Liberal because I believe business should not be allowed to make profits for themselves. They need to break even and give the rest away to the government for redistribution as THEY see fit.

I’m a Liberal because I believe liberal judges need to rewrite the Constitution every few days to suit some fringe kooks who could NEVER get their agendas past the voters.

I’m a Liberal because my head is so firmly planted up my own butt, it’s unlikely I’ll ever have another point of view.

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100 Days of Megalomania

Posted by ginnypub on April 28, 2009

A comment to one of my recent posts about the popularity of Barry Soetoro reminded me of another “emperor” in history. As a matter of fact, the origin of the term “first 100 days” used by the media and pundits to grade a president’s first days in office came from that other emperor.

1815…a distant land. The people are fed up with their ruler. He has become very unpopular. Then, out of nowhere, appeared a new hope; a change, if you will. He was very popular. Like the Pied Piper of German folklore who charmed the rats into following him, this newcomer amassed a legion of supporters in a relatively short period of time. He came to believe in his own grandiosity. He became a megalomaniacal narcissist, believing that his “popularity” would conquer enemies and dissenters, alike.

But alas, this conquering hero was, in the end, conquered himself; not by great armies, but by his own egocentrism and naiveté. You see, he was too busy bathing in lavish praise and drinking in his “popularity” to notice that his followers were choosing a new path and his dissenters were growing expeditiously.

This imperialist lived out the remainder of his life in exile. He had become very unpopular.

Even though one of the emperors was a Little Big Man

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And the other one is a Big Little Man

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Deep inside, they’re both the same.

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Constitutional “Suggestions”-Napolitano

Posted by ginnypub on April 21, 2009

Secretary of The Department of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, is interviewed on Larry King.

KING: Another — in that same report was this line here, on the threat of extremism at home. It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration.
The Democratic chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee has taken offense with that language. He says, well, wait a minute, are you singling people out just for their political views? Because we are having a conversation that is based on this gift of free speech. So if I’m an anarchist, if I oppose abortion — there are many things that I could believe or anyone out there could believe that you would find horrible. I’m allowed to think it, I’m allowed to say it, as long as I do anything wrong…

NAPOLITANO: Absolutely.

KING: Who are these groups? Do you have active investigations of anti-immigration groups or anti-abortion groups, you believe that they are preparing to conduct terrorist attacks?

NAPOLITANO: Well, without going into ongoing work, let’s just point out to history. And we’ll take the abortion, for example. Of course, people have different points of view about abortion. The last thing the Department of Homeland Security is about is infringing on anybody’s constitutionally protected rights. On the other hand, at the very edge of the debate, at the very edge are the extremist groups that have committed violent crimes. They’ve committed bombings and the like.
And that is where you cross from constitutionally protected free speech, freedom of assembly, all the rights we cherish, into homeland security and law enforcement. When is that right not being exercised, it’s being abused…

KING: The administration has said it would like to move ahead on comprehensive immigration reform. That it would include some legal status for the millions who are in the United States illegally.
We went down to your state recently to explore this issue. And a man you’re very familiar with, the Maricopa County sheriff, Joe Arpaio, we asked him, because of all the controversy about him rounding up illegal immigrants and some people aren’t illegal immigrants, we asked him if he had a message for you and for the president of the United States.

And this is what he said.

(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)

SHERIFF JOE ARPAIO, MARICOPA COUNTRY, ARIZONA: I want the president, I want the politicians to say, we are going to enforce all of the illegal immigration laws and if you come into this country illegally, you’re going to be prosecuted and put in jail.
Let them say that. I’m waiting for them to say that.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

KING: A lot of Democrats in Congress want to you investigate him. They think he is over the line. He says he is just enforcing the law and the problem is the federal government.

NAPOLITANO: Well, you know, Sheriff Joe, he is being very political in that statement, because he knows that there aren’t enough law enforcement officers, courtrooms or jail cells in the world to do what he is saying.
What we have to do is target the real evil-doers in this business, the employers who consistently hire illegal labor, the human traffickers who are exploiting human misery.
And yes, when we find illegal workers, yes, appropriate action, some of which is criminal, most of that is civil, because crossing the border is not a crime per se. It is civil. But anyway, going after those as well.

NOTE TO JANET NAPOLITANO:

The Constitution of the United States of America is NOT a group of  “suggestions” lumped together into a document.

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http://www.moveamericaforward.org/index.php/MAF/petition/FireJanetNapolitano

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