Archive for 19 Jul 2012

Posted: 19 Jul 2012 in Politics

You gotta see this!

The Mad Jewess


Read for yourself.  I believe Obama’s own pamphlet submission from 1991.  No further evidence is required:

The Democrat party and their enablers the Republicansshould be tried for treason and hung.  But that’s just my opinion.

-David Ben Moshe

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…we have this little gem from a NY judge. This is the end of America. This is institutionalized racism.


From Kickin’ and Screamin’:


by Vilmar

Why? Political correctness from a black robed tyrant mandating stupid, less qualified blacks and Hispanics be allowed on the force at the expense of more qualified whites.

If any black or Hispanic got a score of 25 out of 100 they are eligible for back pay on a job they never got.

25 OUT OF 100!!!!!

A federal judge is ordering the New York City Fire Department to implement racial quotas to address grievances from minorities who failed entrance exams.


…I’ve been slacking on these. Been busy, so this tends to drop off my radar.

Here’s a double dose in suck-up-atude:

The first one is rather apt. I’ll let you figure it out.

Alice in Chains – No Excuses


And for the other.

Alice in Chains – Check My Brain

…shoveling bullshit. Unions are a big part of what’s wrong with America. Unions suck!

…with gay marriage now a reality in some states, I guess the military is now going that route. Thanks Obama, moron. I figured the Navy would beat them to the punch bowl, but the Navy probably was already doing this prior to the lifting of “Don’t ask, don’t tell.”

You know the Navy’s motto “Gay, Gray, and Under-way!”

Just kidding Navy. Just a little Service rivalry bashing, that’s all.

It’s Slate, so fair warning.

The Wedding

Will and Erwynn met at church and fell in love. But they had a big problem—“don’t ask, don’t tell.” The unlikely story of the first gay military union.

Yes boys, it’s Thursday. Time for a little booty call.

Here’s today’s reading list.



Posted: 19 Jul 2012 in Failure, Military, US Army
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…is still an issue, but as with all things, truth shines a bright light and is having an effect on the Army’s MEDEVAC community,

Here’s Michael Yon’s take on it:

Military Professionals Discussing the MEDEVAC Dilemma: Armed or Escorted?

Increasing numbers of high-ranking military officers and veterans agree that the time has come for change.  Support from lawmakers continues to grow.  Army helicopter medical evacuation (Dustoff) polices are outdated and costing lives.  Our current polices even violate the Geneva Conventions.  The Dustoff Association is seeing this for what it is, and has featured the matter in their latest “The DUSTOFFer” newsletter.

Note: The military recently completed its investigation into the loss of Chazray Clark in Afghanistan last September.  The Pentagon now admits that it took 69 minutes from time of injury until Chazray was delivered to the hospital.  With better policies, that evacuation could have been completed in about 24 minutes.  We lost Chazray.  Let’s stop this now.


Posted: 19 Jul 2012 in Politics

Consensus my ass.

Watts Up With That?

Larry Bell writes in his weekly Forbes column about that oft repeated but less than truthy “98% of all scientists” statistic. Supposedly, this was such an easy and quick to do survey, it was a no-brainer according to the two University of Illinois researchers who conducted it:

To maximize the response rate, the survey was designed to take less than 2 minutes to complete, and it was administered by a professional online survey site (  ) that allowed one-time participation by those who received the invitation.

I think it is hilarious that so few people who cite this survey as “proof” of consensus actually look into the survey and the puny response numbers involved. So, I decided to graph the data to give some much needed perspective. Apparently, the majority of AGU members polled didn’t think this poll on climate change consensus was worth returning. – Anthony


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…that shows the absolute ignorance of the masses and the influence that the morons in Hollywood have over said masses. This type of thinking is why the LGBT agenda is as successful as it is. People think that there are more of them, than there actually is, which influences their thinking and the way they vote on social issues, such as marriage.

Shocking Gallup Poll: Average American Thinks 25 Percent of Country Is ‘Gay’

Do you really think we are having a sane societal debate on anything homosexuality-related when the typical Americans thinks that 25 percent — yes, 25 percent – of the country is “gay”?! What a frightening testament to the power of homosexualist propaganda in Hollywood and the media. Please share this link (story excerpted below) about the incredible ignorance that is out there in our dumbed-down nation on this politically-correct issue. — Peter LaBarbera, Americans for Truth.