Friday, September 19, 2014


PRESIDENT AWAKENED AT 4 A.M.

Aides awakened the President at 4 a.m. to let him know that there would be no change in Scotland and that they could continue to order Scotch tape as usual.

Scotch tape is vital to the administration as that is all they use to hold together their Foreign Policy.



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My Comments:

With all the 'talking heads' that pop up on our TV channels why don't we have at least one Washington member of Congress who will just stand in front of a microphone and say "We have an incompent in the White House".

Anyone reading the news or listening to TV or Radio these past six years knows that the President is incompetent and should never have had the job in the first place.  He is in way over his head and his lack of any sort of reasonable plans for dealing with the economy, health care or foreign policy is an insult to all of us.

The only possible 'good' that will come out of his being President is that he has totally destroyed the Democratic party and sentenced it to wander in the wilderness for many coming elections.

And just while I am ranting I want to ask yet again:  "Just what the Hell are we doing poking our noses into the middle east?"  Not everyone on the planet needs to vote.  Why do we think that we need to impose our flawed system on the rest of the planet.  It doesen't work all that well here, look who we have for our President and he was 'elected' twice.

See also:  http://syriaproblems.blogspot.com/



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OK this is from a satire site, but I thought you might like it, will take it down in a day or two.

Nobel Committee Asks Obama “Nicely” To Return Peace Prize

By NORM DE PLEUME
Nobel Committee Asks Obama “Nicely” To Return Peace Prize


Thorbjorn Jagland, chairman of the Nobel Peace Prize Committee, said today that President Obama “really ought to consider” returning his Nobel Peace Prize Medal immediately, including the “really nice” case it came in. 

Jagland, flanked by the other four members of the Committee, said they’d never before asked for the return of a Peace Prize, “even from a damnable war-criminal like Kissinger,” but that the 10% drawdown in US troops in Afghanistan the President announced last week capped a period of “non-Peace-Prize-winner-type behavior” in 2011.  

“Guantanamo’s still open. There's bombing Libya. There's blowing bin Laden away rather than putting him on trial. Now a few US troops go home, but the US will be occupying Afghanistan until 2014 and beyond. Don’t even get me started on Yemen!” 

The Committee awarded Obama the coveted prize in 2009 after he made a series of speeches in the first months of his presidency, which convinced the Peace Prize Committee that he was: “creating a new climate of...multilateral diplomacy...an emphasis on the role of the United Nations...of dialogue and negotiations as instruments for resolving international conflicts...and a vision of world free of nuclear arms.” 

“Boy oh boy!” added Jagland. “Did we regret that press release!” 

Thorbjorn Jagland and members of the Nobel Peace Prize Committee celebrate Norway's annual aquavit-tasting festival
Thorbjorn Jagland and members of the Nobel Peace Prize Committee
celebrate Norway's annual aquavit-tasting festival yesterday

But, he revealed the committee members were all “legless drunk” the day they voted, as it was the start of Norway’s annual aquavit-tasting festival. The “totally toasted” members listened over and over to replays of Obama’s Cairo speech, tearing up and drinking shots to the glorious future: a black man leading America and the world into a new era of peace, hope and goodwill. “For a few hours we were all 18 year-old students again at the beautiful, occasionally sunny University of Bergen! Oh, how we cried for joy!”  

The chairman said the committee weren’t “going to be pills” about getting the Prize back because they still “basically really liked” Mr. Obama and that sending it back in a plain package by regular mail would fine if it would save him the embarrassment of a public return. But added Jagland, “things could get nasty” if the committee didn’t see it by the time they announce the new Peace Prize winner in the fall. He and the committee then excused themselves to resume their celebration of Norway’s annual aquavit-tasting festival.

The White House had no comment. It later announced an aggressive new covert CIA initiative to identify and apprehend Al Qaeda operatives in Scandinavia. 

Friday, July 25, 2014

Haven't we been saying that for the last 2 years!!!!


Dan Pfeiffer: White House Expects John Boehner To Try For Impeachment

Posted: Updated: 


Dan Pfeiffer, a senior aide who has been with the administration since Obama first took office, told reporters that he anticipated that a lawsuit filed by House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) over executive actions taken by the president on health care would ultimately not be enough to satisfy some of the more vocal conservatives in Congress.
Pfeiffer added that coming executive actions surrounding immigration reform would only stoke the impeachment flames.
"I think a lot of people in this town laugh that off," said Pfeiffer. "I would not discount that possibility. I think that Speaker Boehner, by going down this path of this lawsuit, has opened the door to Republicans possibly considering impeachment at some point in the future."
Speaking at the Christian Science Monitor breakfast, Pfeiffer based his prediction on several factors. The first was former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) calling for articles of impeachment to be drawn over the president's executive action allowing certain young undocumented immigrants to stay in the country. The second was a CNN poll released Friday morning showing that while just 33 percent of the country supported impeachment, a full 57 percent of Republicans were in favor of it.
"I think impeachment is a very serious thing that has been bandied about by the recent Republican vice presidential nominee and others in a very unserious way," said Pfeiffer. "And no one has even made any allegation of anything that would be within six universes from what is generally considered in that space."
Boehner has said repeatedly that he is not interested in drafting articles of impeachment against the president.
UPDATE: 10:25 a.m. -- Boehner's spokesman Michael Steel emailed the following response to Pfeiffer.
We have a humanitarian crisis at our border, and the White House is making matters worse with inattention and mixed signals. It is telling, and sad, that a senior White House official is focused on political games, rather than helping these kids and securing the border.
While Pfeiffer did float the prospect of impeachment without much, if any, prodding, it's worth noting that he did also discuss the crisis at the border during Friday's breakfast session.

See article at:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/25/john-boehner-impeach_n_5620467.html?icid=maing-grid7%7Chtmlws-main-bb%7Cdl8%7Csec1_lnk2%26pLid%3D507170

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7/18/2014
WE NEED A PRESIDENT, 
WHAT WE HAVE IS A FUND RAISER


Where is the Leadership we need? 

Clearly it isn't going to come from Mr. Obama. 

Perhaps for Christmas we can all chip in and get him a nice purse and a dress.

Photo: WE NEED A PRESIDENT, WHAT WE HAVE IS A FUND RAISER

Where is the Leadership we need?  Clearly it isn't going to come from Mr. Obama.  Perhaps for Christmas we can all chip in and get him a nice purse and a dress.


Sarah Palin Calls For Obama's Impeachment








Sarah Palin is now calling for President Barack Obama's impeachment.
In a column published on Breitbart.com Tuesday, Palin accused the president of "purposeful dereliction of duty," likening Obama's treatment of the United States to that of an abusive spouse.
"Enough is enough of the years of abuse from this president," Palin, the former governor of Alaska and 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate, wrote. "His unsecured border crisis is the last straw that makes the battered wife say, 'no mas.'"
Palin suggested that the president has deliberately left the U.S.-Mexico border unsecured, echoing a similar theory floated by Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) earlier this week.
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June 18, 2014 - Marietta Daily Journal - Page A5
http://mariettadailyjournal.ga.newsmemory.com/
LETTERS To The Editor

Iraq: Better they kill each other than us

DEAR EDITOR:
If the ongoing collapse of Iraq seems familiar, you might be thinking of how North Vietnam took over South Vietnam when the U.S. pulled out. A similar situation to what is going on right now in Iraq and will probably happen later this year (or perhaps next year) in Afghanistan.
The U.S. finds itself again in the position of having come out on the losing side of another civil war. Perhaps we are just jinxed or perhaps we don’t learn from history and we are doomed to keep repeating the same failed “nation building” policy over and over.
We can’t rewrite history, whether it is Vietnam or what has gone on more recently in Iraq. What we need to do now is deal with what we have.
Let’s establish some home truths: Since the founding of their religion the Shia and Sunni branches of Islam have been at war with each other. This isn’t going to change; each side views the other as being blasphemers and apostates of their religion.
They simply hate each other, always have, probably always will.
The average Westerner has virtually no idea of what Islam is about or how it works. You can probably get through life without extensive reading on the subject if you just remember that about 85 percent of Muslims are Sunni and 15 percent are Shia (Shii).
The Sunni view the Shia like the Indian caste system regards “untouchables.” That is, they have no use for them and except for a very few countries (Iran, Iraq, Bahrain and Lebanon being the main ones), they are marginalized, have poor employment prospects and are looked down on as being Muslim pretenders.
Put bluntly, while Muslims are killing each other, they are not killing us. A harsh statement but how is it wrong?
Demonstrating that even a comedian can get it right now and then, when speaking about the Syrian conflict on “The Tonight Show” on June 19, 2013, Jay Leno said: ‘These two enemies of ours are fighting each other — why are we involved?’ Possibly the only things that we (the West) have going for us in the coming 40 years is that Islam is not one great monolith. It is fractured and may well come apart without any necessity for conflict with the West.
In the short term, I suggest we not further involve ourselves in Islamic countries. We have not done a very good job so far. Why would we believe that we will do better with further meddling?
Just take a deep breath and step back and let them keep killing each other.
William Harris
Kennesaw, Ga.


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6/16/2014

The 'End of Days' plan for the Jewish State.






The Israeli 'End of Days', Doomsday Plan has been known about for years in intelligence circles and generations of Israeli pilots have quietly participated in this plan.

It provides that in the event of the Jewish State being over run by its Islamic neighbors that a volunteer force carefully chosen from the Israeli Air Force will make a one way run to Mecca and Medina to obliterate both with nuclear weapons.

It is strictly a one way volunteer mission, there are no plans for any plane to return.


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 Here is a Newsmax online poll with relevant questions on how President Obama is doing with the major issues we face now.

Overall, do you approve or disapprove of President Obama's job performance?

Approve
321,954
(20%)
Disapprove
1,278,772
(79%)
Compared to previous presidents, how would you rate President Obama?

Average
72,536
(4%)
Better than most
278,652
(17%)
Worse than most
1,252,103
(78%)
Do you approve of his job handling the U.S. economy?

Approve
318,715
(19%)
Disapprove
1,275,015
(80%)
Do you believe President Obama's new healthcare law, known as Obamacare, has helped or hurt you?

Helped me
204,855
(12%)
Hurt me
1,049,676
(65%)
No difference
345,589
(21%)
Do you trust President Obama?

Yes, I trust him
321,631
(20%)
No, I do not trust him
1,274,534
(79%)



Do you support the full repeal of President Obama's healthcare plan Congress passed in 2010?

Yes, repeal it completely
87,571,150
(80%)
No, don’t repeal it at all
16,609,876
(15%)
No, repeal just parts of it
4,879,982
(4%)
Do you agree with the Supreme Court's ruling upholding the Obamacare law?

Yes, agree
16,086,661
(18%)
No, don't agree
73,082,804
(81%)
Should Congress restore $500 billion in Medicare benefits for seniors that the Obama plan cut?

Yes, restore the Medicare benefits
75,231,308
(89%)
No, don't restore the Medicare benefits
9,202,265
(10%)
Do you support President Obama's desire to give 12 million illegal aliens amnesty and a path to citizenship?

Yes, I support Obama's amnesty plan
11,483,953
(21%)
No, I oppose it
42,166,834
(78%)


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com

Sunday, June 15, 2014


A Failed Obama Foreign Policy - What to do now?



Foreign Policy 101 (from:  http://12160.info/)



If the ongoing collapse of Iraq seems familiar you might be thinking of how North Vietnam took over South Vietnam when the US pulled out.  Similar situation to what is going on right now in Iraq and will probably happen later this year (or perhaps next year) in Afghanistan.

The US finds itself again in the position of having come out on the losing side of another civil war.  Perhaps we are just jinxed or perhaps we don't learn from history and we are doomed to keep repeating the same failed 'nation building' policy over and over.


We can't rewrite history, whether it is Vietnam or what has gone on more recently in Iraq.  What we need to do now is deal with what we have.


Let's establish some 'home truths':  Since the founding of their religion the Shia and Suni branches of Islam have been at war with each other, this isn't going to change, each side views the other as being blasphemers and apostates of their religion*.


They simply hate each other, always have, probably always will.


Put bluntly, while Muslims are killing each other they are not killing us.  A harsh statement but how is it wrong?  


Demonstrating that even a comedian can get it right now and then and when speaking about the Syrian conflict on the Tonight Show of 6/19/13 Jay Leno said:   'These 2 enemies of ours are fighting each other - why are we involved?'

  
Possibly the only things that we (the West) have going for us in the coming 40 years is that Islam is not one great monolith. It is fractured and may well come apart without any necessity for conflict with the West.

Summary:  


In the short term I suggest we not further involve ourselves in Islamic countries. 


We have not done a very good job so far, why would we believe that we will do better with further meddling?  


Just take a deep breath and step back and let them keep killing each other.
























* The average Westerner has virtually no idea of what Islam is about or how it works. You can probably get through life without extensive reading on the subject if you just remember that about 85% of Muslims are Sunni and 15% are Shia (Shii).

The Sunni view the Shia like the Indian Caste system regards 'untouchables', that is they have no use for them and except for a very few countries (Iran, Iraq, Bahrain and Lebanon being the main ones), they are marginalized, have poor employment prospects and are looked down on as being Muslim pretenders.


This dates back to the death of the Last Prophet and Messenger Muhammad in 632 when those now known as Sunni decided that the caliph (successor) to succeed as head of the Islamic religion would be the most qualified and knowledgeable of their faith and those now known as Shia wanted the Islamic leader to be a direct descendant of Muhammad via hereditary succession.


This latter idea was complicated as Muhammad had no surviving sons, only a daughter Fatima and her husband Ali,who was also a first cousin of Muhammad so the Shia have recognized decedents from that linage as the head of the Muslim community.  From here things got complicated and even more fractured, but keep in mind that for nearly 1400 years each side has hated the other and this isn't about to change.

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Political Organizer Obama does one thing very well and that is he is able to 'do nothing' with the best of them.  This Iraq dust up between Sunni and Shia is time for him to excell and again DO NOTHING.   No, seriously, he should do NOTHING, take no side, bomb no one.  Just sit idly by and watch a bunch of idiots kill themselves.  We have even thoughtfully provided nearly a Trillion bucks worth of arms, ammunition and vehicles so the Arabs and Persians can now gleefully play in their sand box and blow each other to whereever it is they go to when dead.  See:  http://impeachobama2013.blogspot.com/
Look how successful we have been in both Libya and Syria with our 'do nothing' foreign policy.  I admit that it is really just an accidental foreign policy, Obama is totally clueless on what to do, but that oddly has worked out pretty well in that there are now over 100,000 dead Arabs just in Syria and who knows how many in Libya and Iraq.
So Obama's unintended foreign policy of 'doing nothing' has actually born fruit for the West.  Libya and Syria have reduced themselves to rubble, Iraq is going that way and if we manage to keep our little pointy noses out of it they can kill each other for many more years to come.