Daily Archives: August 31, 2013

WTF

On Thursday, National Security Advisor Susan Rice, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, Secretary of State John Kerry, and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper briefed 26 members of Congress about the situation in Syria.

2013_08 29 Sec Rice lists who was at mtg

Should we be surprised? No.

  • He played cards while Seal Team Six went after bin Laden.

2013_08 29 BHO skips Syria mtg to schmooze with bball star

  • Obama also sent Dennis Rodman to meet on his behalf with NoKo’s brutal dictator.

You really have to watch this video to get the full flavor of what a SICK JOKE Obama is for sending the likes of Dennis Rodman to represent the United States of America.  Talk about rodeo clowns.

Rodman Discusses Trip To North Korea – Kim Jong-un is “a great guy”

2013_08 North Korea executes 12

Here’s a link to reports about North Korea at Human Rights Watch

http://www.hrw.org/search/apachesolr_search/north%20korea

2013_08 31 I didn't join the Navy to fight for al-Qaida

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Øbama’s Syria Plan

2013_08 30 Our Syria Plan

“So we’re bombing Syria because Syria is bombing Syria? And I’m the idiot?” – Sarah Palin

* President Obama wants America involved in Syria’s civil war pitting the antagonistic Assad regime against equally antagonistic Al Qaeda affiliated rebels. But he’s not quite sure which side is doing what, what the ultimate end game is, or even whose side we should be on. Haven’t we learned? WAGs don’t work in war. [CtH: WAGs = Wild Ass Guesses.]

* We didn’t intervene when over 100,000 Syrians were tragically slaughtered by various means, but we’ll now intervene to avenge the tragic deaths of over 1,000 Syrians killed by chemical weapons, though according to the White House we’re not actually planning to take out the chemical weapons because doing so would require “too much of a commitment.”

* President Obama wants to do what, exactly? Punish evil acts in the form of a telegraphed air strike on Syria to serve as a deterrent? If our invasion of Iraq wasn’t enough of a deterrent to stop evil men from using chemical weapons on their own people, why do we think this will be?

* The world sympathizes with the plight of civilians tragically caught in the crossfire of this internal conflict. But President Obama’s advertised war plan (which has given Assad enough of a heads-up that he’s reportedly already placing human shields at targeted sites) isn’t about protecting civilians, and it’s not been explained how lobbing U.S. missiles at Syria will help Syrian civilians. Do we really think our actions help either side or stop them from hurting more civilians?

* We have no clear mission in Syria. There’s no explanation of what vital American interests are at stake there today amidst yet another centuries-old internal struggle between violent radical Islamists and a murderous dictatorial regime, and we have no business getting involved anywhere without one. And where’s the legal consent of the people’s representatives? Our allies in Britain have already spoken. They just said no. The American people overwhelmingly agree, and the wisdom of the people must be heeded.

* Our Nobel Peace Prize winning President needs to seek Congressional approval before taking us to war. It’s nonsense to argue that, “Well, Bush did it.” Bull. President Bush received support from both Congress and a coalition of our allies for “his wars,” ironically the same wars Obama says he vehemently opposed because of lack of proof of America’s vital interests being at stake.

* Bottom line is that this is about President Obama saving political face because of his “red line” promise regarding chemical weapons.

* As I said before, if we are dangerously uncertain of the outcome and are led into war by a Commander-in-chief who can’t recognize that this conflict is pitting Islamic extremists against an authoritarian regime with both sides shouting “Allah Akbar” at each other, then let Allah sort it out.

– Sarah Palin

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Bolding added by CtH.

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Martin had a dream and they weren’t in it

I had a dream and they weren't in it

Why I don’t like the Obamas by Mychal Massie

The other evening on my twitter, a person asked me why I didn’t like the Obama’s? Specifically I was asked: “I have to ask, why do you hate the Obama’s? It seems personal, not policy related. You even dissed (disrespect) their Christmas family picture.”

The truth is I do not like the Obamas, what they represent, their ideology, and I certainly do not like his policies and legislation. I’ve made no secret of my contempt for the Obamas. As I responded to the person who asked me the aforementioned question, I don’t like them because they are committed to the fundamental change of my/our country into what can only be regarded as a Communist state.

I don’t hate them per definition, but I condemn them because they are the worst kind of racialists, they are elitist Leninists with contempt for traditional America. They display disrespect for the sanctity of the office he holds, and for those who are willing to admit same, Michelle Obama’s raw contempt for white America is transpicuous. I don’t like them because they comport themselves as emperor and empress.

At :10, Obama refers to our armed forces as “my military”

Read the rest @ http://www.truthorfiction.com/rumors/m/Massie-Obamas-no-like.htm#.UiJohn-2ejY

Mychal Massie writes regularly for WND. You can link his columns and/or sign up to get them in email @ http://www.wnd.com/author/mmassie/

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Undervaluing what we are

Undervaluing what we are

I wrote a little book about this. 

Catholic spirituality is geared toward those who overvalue what they are, yet the opposite is so common and certainly is my big spiritual defect.

I didn’t start growing spiritually until I started writing my own prayers or rewriting traditional ones so they corrected rather than aggravated my defect.

E.g., “Oh my God, I am heartily sorry for having offended thee” became “Oh my God, I am heartily sorry for not trusting you enough.”

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THE SATURDAY GRUDGE

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