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Gotta Love Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels@CharlieDaniels 52s

How long is it going to take this country to realize that our president does not know what he is doing and refuses to listen to those who do

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Sarah Palin on Syria / Obama

Note:  I would vote for Sarah in a heartbeat. . .

 

LET ALLAH SORT IT OUT

“So we’re bombing Syria because Syria is bombing Syria? And I’m the idiot?” – Sarah Palin

* President Obama wants America involved in Syria’s civil war pitting the antagonistic Assad regime against equally antagonistic Al Qaeda affiliated rebels. But he’s not quite sure which side is doing what, what the ultimate end game is, or even whose side we should be on. Haven’t we learned? WAGs don’t work in war.

* We didn’t intervene when over 100,000 Syrians were tragically slaughtered by various means, but we’ll now intervene to avenge the tragic deaths of over 1,000 Syrians killed by chemical weapons, though according to the White House we’re not actually planning to take out the chemical weapons because doing so would require “too much of a commitment.”

* President Obama wants to do what, exactly? Punish evil acts in the form of a telegraphed air strike on Syria to serve as a deterrent? If our invasion of Iraq wasn’t enough of a deterrent to stop evil men from using chemical weapons on their own people, why do we think this will be?

* The world sympathizes with the plight of civilians tragically caught in the crossfire of this internal conflict. But President Obama’s advertised war plan (which has given Assad enough of a heads-up that he’s reportedly already placing human shields at targeted sites) isn’t about protecting civilians, and it’s not been explained how lobbing U.S. missiles at Syria will help Syrian civilians. Do we really think our actions help either side or stop them from hurting more civilians?

* We have no clear mission in Syria. There’s no explanation of what vital American interests are at stake there today amidst yet another centuries-old internal struggle between violent radical Islamists and a murderous dictatorial regime, and we have no business getting involved anywhere without one. And where’s the legal consent of the people’s representatives? Our allies in Britain have already spoken. They just said no. The American people overwhelmingly agree, and the wisdom of the people must be heeded.

* Our Nobel Peace Prize winning President needs to seek Congressional approval before taking us to war. It’s nonsense to argue that, “Well, Bush did it.” Bull. President Bush received support from both Congress and a coalition of our allies for “his wars,” ironically the same wars Obama says he vehemently opposed because of lack of proof of America’s vital interests being at stake.

* Bottom line is that this is about President Obama saving political face because of his “red line” promise regarding chemical weapons.

* As I said before, if we are dangerously uncertain of the outcome and are led into war by a Commander-in-chief who can’t recognize that this conflict is pitting Islamic extremists against an authoritarian regime with both sides shouting “Allah Akbar” at each other, then let Allah sort it out.

– Sarah Palin

Obama blows off Congress

Complements of Barracuda Brigade:

 

Friday, August 30, 2013

Obama Blows Off Congress & We The People During Congressional Call ~> Meets Instead With Magic Johnson ~>

Clint nailed it, Obama = Empty Chair. Guess war with Syria is not more important than Magic Johnson. Hey Congress, Obama didn’t just blow you off, he blew us, “We the People” off. This is unacceptable, we demand impeachment proceedings begin today…Right Now…!!!

Pentagon Labels Founding Fathers, Conservatives as Extremists

Todd Starnes | Aug 26, 2013

 

George Washington would not be welcome in the modern U.S. military. Neither would Thomas Jefferson or Benjamin Franklin, according to Department of Defense training documents that depict the Founding Fathers as extremists and conservative organizations as “hate groups.”

The Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute training guide was obtained by Judicial Watch under a Freedom of Information Act Request. It was acquired from the Air Force but originated from the Pentagon.

“This document deserves a careful examination by military leadership,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton told Fox News. “Congress needs to conduct better oversight and figure out what the heck is going on in our military.”

Included in the 133-pages of lesson plans is a student guide entitled “Extremism.”

The DOD warns students to be aware “that many extremists will talk of individual liberties, states’ rights and how to make the world a better place.”

Under a section titled “Extremist Ideologies,” the document states, “In U.S. history, there are many examples of extremist ideologies and movements. The colonists who sought to free themselves from British rule and the Confederate states who sought to secede from the Northern states are just two examples.”

“It’s disturbing insight into what’s happening inside Obama’s Pentagon,” Fitton told Fox News. “The Obama administration has a nasty habit of equating basic conservative values with terrorism.”

The Pentagon did not return telephone calls seeking comment on the training materials.

The training guide warned that participation in groups that are regarded as extremist organizations is “incompatible with military service and is, therefore prohibited.”

“It’s craziness,” Fitton said. “It’s political correctness run amok.”

The training documents also focus on those who cherish individual liberty.

“Nowadays, instead of dressing in sheets or publically espousing hate messages, many extremists will talk of individual liberties, states’ rights and how to make the world a better place.”

The document relied heavily on information obtained from the Southern Poverty Law Center, a leftwing organization that has a history of labeling conservative Christian organizations like the Family Research Council as “hate groups.”

Fitton said the reliance on SPLC material is troubling.

In 2012, an FRC guard was shot during an attack on their headquarters building. The gunman admitted he was influenced by the SPLC’s branding of the Christian group has a hate group.

It’s not the first time the military has been caught using training materials that depict conservatives and Christians as extremists.

In April Fox News obtained an email sent by a lieutenant colonel at Fort Campbell to three dozen subordinates warning them to be on the lookout for any soldiers who might be members of “domestic hate groups” like the FRC and the American Family Association.

“When we see behaviors that are inconsistent with Army Values – don’t just walk by – do the right thing and address the concern before it becomes a problem,” the email advised.

At the time the Army denied there was any attack on Christians or those who hold religious beliefs.

“The notion that the Army is taking an anti-religion or anti-Christian stance is contrary to any of our policies, doctrines and regulations,” an Army spokesman told Fox News at the time.

However, in a separate incident, an Army training instructor listed Evangelical Christianity and Catholicism as examples of religious extremism – along with Al Qaeda and Hamas.

The same Army spokesman said the training session was an “isolated incident not condoned by the Department of the Army.”

Fitton told Fox News the military seems to be having a lot of isolated incidents and it appears the Pentagon is sending a message to Christians.

“They are putting out the not-welcome sign to conservative Christians,” Fitton said. “They are trying to make the military an unwelcome place for conservative Christians.”

Quinn’s Sex Pills for 11-year-old Girls

  • Posted by David Lawrence on August 23, 2013 at 9:36am

    Quinn’s Sex Pills for 11-year-old Girls

    Christine Quinn in the Post (Wed., 8-21) says “she’s open to allowing middle-school girls as young as 11 to receive the morning-after contraceptive pill.” 

    She thinks she is being pragmatic but she is actually showing her underlying dislike of sexual differences.   Confused by her own sexuality and gender, she believes that pushing contraception on children is not in any way awkward nor immoral.  No wonder she has received a mayoral endorsement from the anti-family Planned Parenthood of New York City Political Committee.

    Sexuality need not be related to the practical use of contraception.  It has its own magnificent chemistry and must not be cheapened by removing sanctions and making it overly easy.  Encouraging children to have sex is to steal their youth from them.

    It is sick, whether or not practical, to give contraception to eleven years olds. Although it is no longer popular to say, lesbians have problems in that they view the world differently from ninety-nine per cent of the population.  And they only get away with it because they are enabled by angry liberals who are mortally afraid of being labeled homophobic, even when it is appropriate to be so.

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    Marriage, When Will the Liberals Stop

    by Fox News Insider // Aug 19 2013 // 12:09pm

    A Florida attorney named Paul Rampell is suggesting that couples sign “wedleases” in order to avoid messy divorces. Essentially, a couple would enter a marriage contract and select the length of the term. At the time of the lease’s expiration, the couple can either renew it or not.

    Donald Trump reacted on Fox and Friends this morning saying that while he’s always been a proponent of pre-nuptial agreements, “this is beyond pre-nups.”

    “I think this might be taking it one step too far,” Trump said.

    What do you think? Is it a good idea?   

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