Archive for 26 Jun 2012

News at eleven.

NOT.

George Zimmerman is telling the truth according to the Sanford Police.

Oopsie!

George Zimmerman Passed Police Lie Detector Test Day After Trayvon Martin Killing

A day after killing Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman passed a police lie detector test when asked if he confronted the teenager and whether he feared for his life “when you shot the guy,” according to documents released today by Florida prosecutors.

According to a “confidential report” prepared by the Sanford Police Department, Zimmerman, 28, willingly submitted to a computer voice stress analyzer (CVSA) “truth verification” on February 27.  Investigators concluded that he “has told substantially the complete truth in regards to this examination.”

Zimmerman, the report noted, “was classified as No Deception Indicated (NDI).”

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Here’s today’s reading list.

 

 

 

Here’s today’s Rock Fest.
This song has been stuck in my head since yesterday, so now, I stick it in yours…

Here’s ZZ Top’s Mexican Blackbird:

Since the lying SCOAMF has pulled the executive privilege card on Fast and Furious, one gets curious about whether, or not the President was involved in this fiasco, or if he just trying to cover for that incompetent fuck of an AG he appointed.

Either way, the SCOAMF is involved now and Issa is calling him out on it.

Issa just needs to go ahead and start the impeachment proceedings now.

Issa Letter Hammers Obama on Operation ‘Fast and Furious’

By Major Garrett

The chairman of the House oversight committee investigating White House involvement in the botched “gun-walking” program that led to the 2010 death of U.S. Border Patrol agent accused President Obama on Monday of downplaying his involvement in the program or intentionally obstructing the Congress’ inquiry.

Rep. Darrel Issa’s letter to Obama questioned the legal basis of the White House move to withhold subpoenaed documents from the Government Reform and Oversight Committee under protections afforded Obama by executive privilege. The Justice Department denied Issa’s committee the subpoenaed documents last week, prompting the GOP-led committee to vote along party lines to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress.

The full House is scheduled to consider the contempt citation this week. The White House contends it’s legally entitled to withhold documents related to internal deliberations on policy and advisory discussions among Obama’s senior advisers. It was the first time Obama, who pledged a new era of government transparency, has exerted executive privilege.

Issa said the assertion of executive privilege, which occurred after 16-months of negotiations between his committee and Justice officials over documents related to the gun-walking program called Fast and Furious, raised two troubling questions.

(READ FULL LETTER)

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This is not good for our military. Everyone always remembers the bad shit.

And this is bad shit.

You don’t fuck with trainees like this. They are off limits and if you mess with them, you pay the price. And it’s a heavy price for violating their trust.

I hope the Air Force gets their shit together on this one.

Widening sex scandal rocks Texas Air Force base

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — From a chapel pulpit on Lackland Air Force Base, where every American airman reports for basic training, Col. Glenn Palmer delivered his first order to nearly 600 recruits seated in the pews: If you’re sexually harassed or assaulted, tell someone.

“My job is to give you a safe, effective training environment,” Palmer said firmly.

What the colonel did not mention directly in his recent address was a widening sex scandal that has rocked the base, one of the nation’s busiest military training centers. Allegations that male instructors had sex with, and in one case raped, female trainees have led to criminal charges against four men. Charges against others are possible.

via News from The Associated Press.

Since the Muslim Douche Bags, Brotherhood have taken over Egypt, it is way beyond time for us to stop funding terrorists with my tax money. Let them sink or swim under their own power.

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Walsh: Cut Aid to Egypt

Representative calls for aid reduction after election

Rep. Joe Walsh (R., Ill.) is calling for the U.S. to ax foreign aid to Egypt in light of a recent election that put in power a new Muslim Brotherhood-backed president who said that he is reassessing the country’s peace treaty with Israel and considering increasing ties to Iran.

“The sole purpose for providing Egypt with over $2 billion dollars a year in U.S taxpayer dollars was to maintain the peace treaty with Israel and promote stability in the region,” Walsh said in a statement provided to the Free Beacon. “With the Muslim brotherhood now calling on closer ties to Iran and a redo of the peace treaty with Israel, I see no reason to send one more dollar of U.S aid to Egypt.  Every dollar wasted propping up this new government is a dollar wasted that should be going to paying down our debt or providing tax relief to struggling American families.”

Egypt should not be rewarded with taxpayer money for threatening to cut ties with Israel, Walsh said. As Americans struggle in a stagnating economy, the U.S. should only be funding those countries that will uphold U.S. values abroad.

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