Archive for 12 Sep 2012

…directed straight at the Obama and his Administration’s response to the murder of 4 Americans.

Michelle Malkin skewers the SCOAMF. Sure would be nice if the MSM would do its fucking job and point out the SCOAMF’s many failures. This one is egregious and they are bitching about Romney.

Pathetic.

MUST WATCH: @MichelleMalkin BLASTS feckless Obama administration over 4 dead Americans in Libya

…sorry this is late.
Anyway, here’s your hump day hottie.
This is Hitomi Kitamura.
Enjoy!

…fired off over at Ace’s place.
I like it.

The Blasphemy of False Prophets

I was watching the “news” accounts of the ongoing Obama-fiasco in Libya and Egypt this morning, and I couldn’t help but come to one headline/twitter friendly conclusion:

“Obama Apologized. American Ambassador Eulogized. First Amendment Marginalized.”

Perhaps I should add a subsidiary clause to the phrase: maybe something like “Media Sanitized” in reference to the way they are scrambling to protect their precious president as he speaks softly and stumblingly slams his little stick in the Muslim Brotherhood’s front door.

But I’m not writing this post to focus on media bias. Others do that, and they do it better than I do. I’m writing this post for a different reason.

I’m angry.

More

…America is going out of business.

First off. General Dempsey is a fucking moron. He needs to be fired. He must have forgotten the oath that he took to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against ALL enemies FOREIGN and DOMESTIC.
Did they leave that out when you signed up general?

This is what passes for leaders in the military? I feel bad for our troops. I can’t imagine the PC bullshit they have to put up with these days.

 Top U.S. military officer calls pastor over film

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – General Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the U.S. military’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke with Pastor Terry Jones by phone on Wednesday and asked him to withdraw his support for a film whose portrayal of the Prophet Mohammad has sparked violent protests – including one that ended with the death of America’s envoy to Libya. “In the brief call, Gen. Dempsey expressed his concerns over the nature of the film, the tensions it will inflame and the violence it will cause,” Dempsey’s spokesman, Colonel Dave Lapan, told Reuters. “He asked Mr. Jones to consider withdrawing his support for the film.” U.S. military officials are concerned that the film could inflame tensions in Afghanistan, where 74,000 U.S. troops are fighting. The Taliban earlier on Wednesday called on Afghans to prepare for a fight against Americans and urged insurgents to “take revenge” on U.S. soldiers over the film.

 

…the sixth deadly sin.
Excellent video from Bill Whittle.

Hump Day Hottie

Posted: 12 Sep 2012 in Politics

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…Here’s today’s reading list.