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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

This Is Why We Threw You Out!

GOP Rep. Buyer Blasts Acting Dem Speaker: "This is why The People have Thrown You Out"

Monday, November 29, 2010

Obama Administration's Incompetence?

From Sarah Palin's Facebook Page...

Serious Questions about the Obama Administration's Incompetence in the Wikileaks Fiasco
By Sarah Palin on Monday, November 29, 2010 at 12:17pm

We all applaud the successful thwarting of the Christmas-Tree Bomber and hope our government continues to do all it can to keep us safe.
However, the latest round of publications of leaked classified U.S. documents through the shady organization called Wikileaks raises serious questions about the Obama administration’s incompetent handling of this whole fiasco.

First and foremost, what steps were taken to stop Wikileaks director Julian Assange from distributing this highly sensitive classified material especially after he had already published material not once but twice in the previous months?
Assange is not a “journalist,” any more than the “editor” of al Qaeda’s new English-language magazine Inspire is a “journalist.”
He is an anti-American operative with blood on his hands. His past posting of classified documents revealed the identity of more than 100 Afghan sources to the Taliban.
Why was he not pursued with the same urgency we pursue al Qaeda and Taliban leaders?

What if any diplomatic pressure was brought to bear on NATO, EU, and other allies to disrupt Wikileaks’ technical infrastructure? Did we use all the cyber tools at our disposal to permanently dismantle Wikileaks? Were individuals working for Wikileaks on these document leaks investigated? Shouldn’t they at least have had their financial assets frozen just as we do to individuals who provide material support for terrorist organizations?

Most importantly, serious questions must also be asked of the U.S. intelligence system. How was it possible that a 22-year-old Private First Class could get unrestricted access to so much highly sensitive information? And how was it possible that he could copy and distribute these files without anyone noticing that security was compromised?

The White House has now issued orders to federal departments and agencies asking them to take immediate steps to ensure that no more leaks like this happen again. It’s of course important that we do all we can to prevent similar massive document leaks in the future. But why did the White House not publish these orders after the first leak back in July?
What explains this strange lack of urgency on their part?

We are at war.
American soldiers are in Afghanistan fighting to protect our freedoms.
They are serious about keeping America safe. It would be great if they could count on their government being equally serious about that vital task.
- Sarah Palin

Well said Mrs. Palin... Very well said...
It is indeed difficult to explain why our 'fearless leader' has done absolutely nothing...

Prosecute Wikileaks For Treason!

I'm in total agreement with Congressman Peter King... When he claims this attack by Wikileaks is worse than a military attack!   This kid has more issues than The Satruday Evening Post!
String him up! - At least get him some therapy!

WikiLeaks Are A Bunch of Terrorists, Says Leading U.S. Ccongressman As No10 Warns of Threat to National Security
By James Chapman, Gerri Peev and Ian Drury

One of American's leading politicians today called for WikiLeaks to be reclassified as a terrorist organisation after the latest release of top secret intelligence documents.

Congressman Peter King, the incoming chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, claimed that the data breach was 'worse than a military attack.'
'I am calling on the attorney general and supporting his efforts to fully prosecute WikiLeaks and its founder for violating the Espionage Act,' the Republican said.

He added he had written to the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to ask if the group could be classed as a terrorist organisation.

'(The release) has put American lives at risk all over the world,' he said.

'This is worse even than a physical attack on Americans, it's worse than a military attack.'

The Obama administration was today attempting damage limitation after the publication of 250,000 top secret documents from embassies across the world.

Highly embarrassing missives from American diplomats revealed their real impressions of world leaders and highly sensitive political discussions.

These included the revelations that Mrs Clinton had asked for surveillance of UN diplomats and that the Saudi royal family had urged an attack on Iran.

But the leaks so far appear to have been less damaging than first thought. Instead anger has turned on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. He is already facing allegations of rape in Sweden and Australia police are considering if he had broken any laws in releasing the information.

The British government was reeling from a wave of damaging revelations which emerged in the biggest intelligence leak in history.

Secret U.S. embassy cables portray David Cameron as a 'political lightweight' and describe how a former Labour minister was a 'hound dog' who persistently chased women.

There were also sensational claims of ‘inappropriate behaviour’ by Prince Andrew, who is a UK trade envoy.

Downing Street today condemned the disclosures but said that officials expected several more days of revelations.

'The leaks and their publication are damaging to national security in the United States and in Britain, and elsewhere,' a spokesman said.

The information come in a tranche of 250,000 classified documents released by WikiLeaks, which today confirmed it had come under cyber attack ahead of the release.
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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Sunday, November 21, 2010

The T.S. of A Takes Control

The T.S. of A Takes Control

By George Will - The Washington Post - 11/21/2010

Fifty years ago, William F. Buckley wrote a memorable complaint about the fact that Americans do not complain enough.  His point, like most of the points he made during his well-lived life, is, unfortunately, more pertinent than ever. Were he still with us, he would favor awarding the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he received in 1991, to John Tyner, who, when attempting to board a plane in San Diego, was provoked by some Transportation Security Administration personnel.

When Buckley was asked how he came up with topics for three columns a week, he jauntily replied that the world annoyed him that frequently. The fecundity of the world as an irritant was on display one winter evening in 1960 when Buckley found himself in an insufferably hot car on a New Haven Railroad commuter train from Grand Central Station to his Stamford, Conn., home.
Everyone was acutely uncomfortable; no one was complaining.

"In a more virile age, I thought, the passengers would have seized the conductor and strapped him down on a seat over the radiator to share the fate of his patrons."  But he had "nonchalantly walked down the gauntlet of eighty sweating American freemen, and not one of them had asked him to explain why the passengers in that car had been consigned to suffer."

Buckley, who was gifted at discerning the metaphysical significance of the quotidian, thought that he saw civilization tottering on its pedestal. 
He was not mistaken:

"It isn't just the commuters, whom we have come to visualize as a supine breed who have got onto the trick of suspending their sensory faculties twice a day while they submit to the creeping dissolution of the railroad industry. It isn't just they who have given up trying to rectify irrational vexations. It is the American people everywhere."

Happily, not quite everywhere today.  Not anywhere where Tyners are.

When TSA personnel began looking for weapons of mass destruction in Tyner's underpants, he objected to having his groin patted.   A TSA functionary, determined to do his duty pitilessly - his duty is to administer the latest (but surely not the last) wrinkle in the government's ever-intensifying protection of us - said:  "If you're not comfortable with that, we can escort you back out, and you don't have to fly today."

Tyner: "I don't understand how a sexual assault can be made a condition of my flying."

TSA: "This is not considered a sexual assault."

Tyner: "It would be if you weren't the government. . . ."

TSA: "Upon buying your ticket, you gave up a lot of rights."

John Locke, call your office.

The theory - perhaps by now it seems like a quaint anachronism - on which the nation was founded is, or was:  Government is instituted to protect preexisting natural rights essential to the pursuit of happiness.   Today, that pursuit often requires flying, which sometimes involves the wanding of 3-year-olds and their equally suspect teddy bears.

What the TSA is doing is mostly security theater, a pageant to reassure passengers that flying is safe.  Reassurance is necessary if commerce is going to flourish and if we are going to get to grandma's house on Thursday to give thanks for the Pilgrims and for freedom.  If grandma is coming to our house, she may be wanded while barefoot at the airport because democracy - or the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment;  anyway, something - requires the amiable nonsense of pretending that no one has the foggiest idea what an actual potential terrorist might look like.

But enough, already. 
Enough trivializing important values - e.g., air safety - by monomaniacal attempts to maximize them. Disproportion is the common denominator of almost all of life's absurdities. Automobile safety is important. But attempting to maximize it would begin (but by no means end) with forbidding left turns.

Bureaucracies try to maximize their missions.  They can't help themselves.  Adult supervision is required to stand athwart this tendency, yelling "Stop!"

Again, Buckley:  "Every year, whether the Republican or the Democratic Party is in office, more and more power drains away from the individual to feed vast reservoirs in far-off places; and we have less and less say about the shape of events which shape our future."
The average American has regular contact with the federal government at three points - the IRS, the post office and the TSA. Start with that fact if you are formulating a unified field theory to explain the public's current political mood.

Well said, Mr. Will... very well said!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Obama To TSA: Muslims Get A Pass!

Muslim Group Advises Women Wearing Hijabs to Allow TSA ‘Enhanced Pat Downs’ Only on Head and Neck Area
By Penny Starr
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has issued a travel warning to Muslim airline passengers on U.S. aircraft in response to the Transportation Safety Administration’s "enhanced pat down" policy that went into effect in late October.

CAIR said Muslims who object to full-body scans for religious reasons should know their rights if they are required to undergo a pat-down, including asking for the procedure to be done in a private place.  

In addition, CAIR offered a “special recommendation” for Muslim women who wear a hijab, telling them they should tell the TSA officer that they may be searched only around the head and neck.

In the “special recommendations for Muslim women who wear hijab,” it states:   "Before you are patted down, you should remind the TSA officer that they are only supposed to pat down the area in question, in this scenario, your head and neck. They SHOULD NOT subject you to a full-body or partial-body pat-down.”

It also states: “Instead of the pat-down, you can always request to pat down your own scarf, including head and neck area, and have the officers perform a chemical swipe of your hands.”

The new TSA pat-downs involving “head-to-toe” screening techniques follow recent airliner bombing attempts. Passengers who reject a full-body scan or who are selected for secondary screening may be searched using the enhanced pat-down.

“Pat downs are one important tool to help TSA detect hidden and dangerous items such as explosives,” a TSA statement issued on Oct. 28 stated.   “Passengers should continue to expect an unpredictable mix of security layers that include explosives trace detection, advanced imaging technology, canine teams, among others.”

Posted on its Web site under “TSA’s Head-to-Toe Screening Policies,” the agency said how people are dressed may lead to closer inspection, including baggy or loose clothing. Those policies also include individuals being searched by a “professional” of the same sex.

“It is TSA's policy that passengers should be screened by an officer of the same gender in a professional, respectful manner,” the policy reads.

In February, the Figh Council of North America, a group of Islamic scholars, issued a fatwa, or religious ruling, that full-body scanners violate Islamic law.

“It is a violation of clear Islamic teaching that men or women be seen naked by other men and women,” the ruling states. “Islam highly emphasizes haya (modesty) and considers it part of the faith. The Qu’ran has commanded the believers, both men and women, to cover their private parts.”

CAIR endorsed the fatwa, according to a Feb. 21 article in the Detroit Free Press.
So... Let me get this straight...
Radical Muslim Terrorists have vowed to kill all Americans, and have demonstrated their serious intent several times, right?

And, the TSA insists that EVERY traveler, EXCEPT Muslims, will be either patted down or screened electronically, right?

So, God-fearing Americans suffer long lines and embarassing pat downs, while Muslims get a pass?
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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

President Bush: Looking Back...

I voted for George Bush. 
I voted for him in 2000, and again in 2004. 

Initially, I was just eager to see a move from the Clinton theatrics, policies and practices to a more Conservative, more respectful occupant in The White House.  I really didn't care who it was, as long as it was a Conservative.

Then September 11, 2001 happened.
All bets were canceled...

I think most Americans were in such deep shock after 9/11 that it likely didn't matter who was in The White House, as long as the office holder was respectful, sincere and showed a willingness to go after the people who attacked us.

George Bush fit the bill.

Many of us didn't know what kind of President he would turn out to be under normal circumstances.  But we gave him the benefit of the doubt and he didn't betray our trust.

Sure... Everybody on the Left wants to vilify him now, but he carried the flag high and proud.  Could you have dealt with such circumstances?

This article by Jim Angle starts out with the assumption that President Bush is 'reshaping his legacy'.  I haven't read the book yet, but I really don't think President Bush is the kind of man that would want to go back in history to 'reshape' our view of what he did or how he did it...
But, I'll reserve judgement untill after I read "Decision Points".

President Bush and His Memoirs
By Jim Angle
In his new book, President Bush takes a different approach to presidential memoirs. In "Decision Points," he lays out 14 decision points in his presidency, many not of his own choosing but rather forced on him by events.

Terry Holt, a former aide says, "when you read this book, you're gonna see a guy that really had the weight of world literally on his shoulders for almost every moment of the 8 years of his presidency."

And it started early, when terrorists launched the worst attack on American civilians in our history-- the day now known simply as 9/11. From then on, the war against terrorists and those who might help them defined the rest of the Bush presidency.

The U.S. soon launched attacks against Al Q'aeda and its supporters in Afghanistan.

Then came the war in Iraq. President Bush explains in the book how the US had spent years working through the United Nations, an effort to contain Saddam's ambitions for weapons.

"Saddam Hussein didn't just pursue weapons of mass destruction. He had used them," Bush writes. "He deployed mustard gas and nerve agents against the Iranians and massacred more than five thousand innocent civilians."

The latter is a reference to a chemical attack on a Kurdish village in Halabja where men, women and children fell where they were standing.

That episode and others, convinced President Bush and intelligence agencies the world over that Saddam was hiding a massive weapons program including nuclear. And the former President tells Fox's Sean Hannity he was shocked when none were found.

"Unbelievably frustrating," he says. "Of course it was frustrating. It -- everybody thought he had WMD. Everybody being every intelligence service, everybody in the administration.
Hannity responded, "A lot of Democrats said it." President Bush added, "Yes, a lot of members of Congress." In fact, the most prominent of democrats -- those who ran for President against Mr. Bush -- repeatedly expressed the same conviction.

Former Senator Al Gore said in 2002 that, "Iraq's search for weapons of mass destruction has proven impossible to completely deter and we should assume that it will continue for as long as Saddam is in power."

The same year, Senator John Kerry said, "The threat of Saddam Hussein with weapons of mass destruction is real."

And he argued that required action."I believe that a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in his (Saddam's) hands is a threat, a grave threat, to our security and that of our allies in the persian gulf region."

Once President Bush had made the decision, he wrote a letter to his father, who not only served as President but also tangled with Saddam Hussein himself. The younger Bush wrote to his Dad telling him he had ordered US troops into war. "I know i have taken the right action and do pray few will lose life. Iraq will be free, the world will be safer."

His father, the first President Bush, had fashioned a coalition of 34 nations to kick Saddam's invading forces out of Kuwait and chase them back into Iraq.

Bush the younger wonders about what might have happened had US forces gone after Saddam at that point, but he readily notes that the mission his father had asked Congress to approve was limited, and when the Iraqi forces had been pushed back into Iraq, fighting all the way, he withdrew US forces.

And when his son sent forces to Iraq, his father wrote, "You are doing the right thing...you have done that which you had to do."

"Maybe it helps a tiny bit," his father wrote, "as you face the roughest bunch of problems any President since Lincoln has faced: you carry the burden with strength and grace..."

A chapter in the ensuing debate over Iraq also angered Vice President Dick Cheney. He wanted the President to pardon his aide, Scooter Libby, who was convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice in the investigation of who outed CIA officer Valerie Plame. She was involved in a dispute over pre-war intelligence.

The president decided to only commute the sentence and explains the move saying

"The jury verdict should be respected. In one of our final meetings, I informed Dick that I would not issue a pardon."

The Vice President was not happy, Mr Bush writes. "He stared at me with an intense look. "'I can't believe you're going to leave a soldier on the battlefield,' he said."

President Bush also faced controversies over entirely domestic matters, the biggest of which was Hurricane Katrina.

The former President writes that in Mississippi, "Eighty miles of coastline had been obliterated."

The storm missed New Orleans and it initially appeared safe. But then a storm surge broke though the levees and it suffered devastating flooding.

The President had worried as the storm was approaching because local officials were not acting. A concerned President Bush called Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco. "What's going on in New Orleans?," he asked.

Mayor Nagin had not ordered a mandatory evacuation and the President implored the Governor to step in.

"The mayor's got to order people to leave. That's the only way they'll listen. Call him and tell him," he urged.

Mayor Nagin finally did, but when the flooding came, the federal government couldn't help out unless asked.

"I was stuck with a resistant governor," Mr Bush writes, "and an antiquated law. I wanted to overrule them all. But at the time, I worried that the consequence could be a constitutional crisis."

But right or wrong, the Bush administration got most of the blame. And the former President writes that it, "eroded citizens trust in their government...and cast a cloud over his second term."

As I said, I'm going to reserve judgement about President Bush's supposed 'reshaping' of his legacy. 
And, I'm looking forward to reading "Decision Points".

Friday, November 5, 2010

10 Takeaways From The Big Night

I ran across this article and think it pretty well sums it up.  I'll post just the headlines, so go to The CATO Institute's page for the full article... HERE.

10 Takeaways From The Big Night
By Michael D. Tanner
Michael Tanner is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute

Having won a nearly unprecedented electoral victory, Republicans now find themselves in the position of the proverbial dog that caught the car, wondering what they should do next.
Here are ten modest suggestions.

1. It's the Economy, Stupid.
2. Obamacare Must Be Stopped.
3. Cut Spending, Not Just Taxes.
4. Ban Earmarks.
5. Level with the American People.
6. Offer an Alternative.
7. Investigate ... Carefully.
8. Tackle Entitlements.
9. Don't Fear a Shutdown.
10. Remember, the Tea Party Is Still Out There.

I like this guy!  He's straighforward and easy to read...
AND he makes a heck of a lot of sense!

Thursday, November 4, 2010

2010 Election Was A Stong Showing For Pro-Gun Candidates!

Tuesday's election was about more than just the Republicans taking back The House and gaining seats in The Senate! 
It was, of course, a repudiation of Obama's policy and practices. 
Americans do not want to be a socialist country!  PERIOD!

And, we saw an encouragingly strong turnout for Pro-Gun candidates and widespread support for The Second Amendment and the entire Shooting Sports Industry!

NSSF reports...
Following an unprecedented and robust midterm NSSF Voter Education campaign, including the establishment of an NSSF Political Action Committee, the 2010 elections proved to be exceptionally strong for pro-industry candidates at both the federal and state levels. In the election, Republicans took back control of the House of Representatives while picking up six seats in the Senate and 10 governorships.

Though the Democrats maintain control of the Senate, pro-industry/gun Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D) won re-election -- a move that keeps either anti-gun senators Chuck Schumer (D) or Dick Durbin (D) from assuming the leadership position.

At the state level, pro-gun/hunting measures fared very well. Three of four states overwhelmingly passed Right to Hunt and Fish measures, including: Arkansas, South Carolina and Tennessee. The state of Kansas passed, with 90 percent approval, the right to keep and bear arms. And in Montana, financing measures for big- game hunting were approved.

Also worth noting at the state level is the New York State Senate election results. This year NSSF waged a significant battle to defend the Empire State against ill-conceived microstamping legislation. Our win, largely attributable to NSSF being able to successfully educate state legislators on the problems of microstamping, may once again be tested as control of the state senate awaits final poll results in several close races.

In California, the projected winner in the race for Attorney General, Kamala Harris (D), will likely certify firearms microstamping as being unencumbered by patent restrictions, a move that will result in the implementation of the already passed microstamping law. NSSF is continuing to engage on this issue and will update industry members and enthusiasts as information becomes available.


Pro-industry senate candidates fared well in the election that ultimately saw the GOP make strides by flipping six seats in the Democrat-controlled chamber.

Pro-industry pick-ups and retentions:

•Alabama: Richard Shelby (R) defeats William Barnes (D)
•Arizona: John McCain (R) defeats Rodney Glassman (D)
•Arkansas: John Boozman (R) defeats incumbent Blanche Lincoln (D)
•Florida: Marco Rubio (R) defeats Charlie Crist (I) and Kenneth Meek (D)
•Illinois: Mark Kirk (R) defeats Alexi Giannoulias (D)
•Kentucky: Rand Paul (R) defeats Jack Conway (D)
•Louisiana: David Vitter (R) defeats Charlie Melancon
•Missouri: Roy Blunt (R) defeats Robin Carnahan (D)
•Nevada: Harry Reid defeats Sharron Angle (R)
•New Hampshire: Kelly Ayotte (R) defeats Paul Hodes (D)
•North Carolina: Richard Burr (R) defeats Elaine Marshall (D)
•North Dakota: John Hoeven (R) defeats Tracy Potter (D)
•Ohio: Rob Portman (R) defeats Lee Fisher (D)
•Pennsylvania: Pat Tommey (R) defeats Joe Sestak (D)
•South Carolina: Jim DeMint (R) defeats Alvin Greene (D)
•Utah: Mike Lee (R) defeats Sam Granato (D)
•West Virginia: Joe Manchin (D) defeats John Raese (R)
•Wisconsin: Ron Johnson (R) defeats incumbent Russ Feingold (D)

And We had strong support in the Governor's races too!

•Arizona: Jan Brewer (R) defeats Terry Goddard (D)
•Florida: Rick Scott (R) defeats Alex Sink (D)
•Kansas: Sam Brownback (R) defeats Tom Holland (D)
•Michigan: Rick Snyder (R) defeats Virg Bernero (D)
•Oklahoma: Mary Fallin (R) defeats Jari Askins (D)
•Pennsylvania: Tom Corbett (R) defeats Dan Onorato (D)
•South Carolina: Nikki Haley (R) defeats Vincent Sheheen (D)
•Tennessee: Bill Haslam (R) defeats Mike McWherter (D)
•Texas: Rick Perry (R) defeats Bill White (D)
•Wisconsin: Scott Walker (R) defeats Tom Barrett (D)

But our work is NOT finished!
We must now work harder than ever to stop this 'usurper' and return America to her Greatness!

If you remember one thing, let it be that Obama is a devout Marxist and the events of 19th Century Russia are very important to him.

If we do not learn the lessons that history has taught us, we will be doomed to repeat them!
Stay alert!