Military Advisors and “quagmire”

“They” called our involvement in the Viet Nam war a quagmire.  “They” blamed our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq GW’s fault due to bogus intel.  Intel most of “Them” agreed with at the time.

We’re out of Iraq.  Iraq is in shambles.  Gee, what a shock; who’d'a thunk it.

BHO now wants to put a few hundred military “advisors” into Iraq.

Isn’t that how our involvement in Viet Nam started?  “Advisors”?

We’ve been involved in too many years of war.  I’ve been called a hawk.  I’ve been called a dove.  I’ve been called a lot of other things.  Why has this war lasted so long?  What are the rules of engagement?  Unfortunately, ROE are against us, i.e., the boots on the ground.

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: if we’re dumb enough to go to war let’s be smart enough to do it right.  Doing it right is brutal.  Unleash our military.  The best military in the world.  Let ‘em do their job.  The terrorists are nuts.  Their rulebook tells them to kill, rape, pillage, plunder.  islam must be forwarded.  Our fearless leaders give our military a rulebook that is basically a ticket book given to traffic cops.

Wag our fingers at them and tell them to play nice.  How’s that working?  How many years has this war been going on?  Unleash the beast.  One would think seeing the Twin Towers crumble would’ve done it.  A jet into the Pentagon.  Another jet taken down by the selfless heroics of those onboard.

Wake the sleeping giant!  What the bleep will it take?

We all want peace.  There will be no peace as long as these muslims are allowed to breathe.

The Crusades aren’t past history.  It’s happening now.

What’s going to happen with the “advisors” BHO puts into Iraq?  Clear out all Americans.  Rely on spy satellites.  Rely on drones.  Let the good people know we’re coming in and carpet bombing.  Drop some propaganda bombs.  Tell them to leave us and our allies alone.  Tell them to quit killing Christians. 

Failure to do so will mean complete annihilation to their land.  And that’s a real line in the sand, not a BHO paper tiger piece of lip service.

If things continue to degenerate then mecca will be reduced to rubble.

muslims scoff at words.  They believe in action.  Words are weakness.

America, quit being weak!

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Donald Sterling, racist, but was it illegal?

Sterling’s a part of the anatomy where we expel waste.  Agreed?  Hope so.  His concubine, can’t think of her name right now and don’t care to look her up, led him into some bad conversation.  Probably some truthful conversation. 

Ben Shapiro had it right (linked article) opining on the “why’s” on this bad man:

“This is the thought police at work. Feelings matter more than action. Words matter more than harming others. That sets a radically dangerous precedent for freedom of thought and speech, particularly for those whose thought and speech we hate. Freedom of speech and thought matters especially when it is speech and thought with which we disagree. The moment the majority decides to destroy people for engaging in thought it dislikes, thoughtcrime becomes a reality.

Sterling’s career should have been ended by public outrage based on his established patterns of discrimination years ago. To end it based not on such disreputable action but on private musings caught on tape demonstrates America’s newfound disregard for the rights of those whose thought we find despicable.”

What Sterling said to his young gal pal wasn’t illegal.  What he has done in the past is.  Strange that we now, finally, condemn him for words rather than actions.  Mr. Shapiro is, sadly, correct with his opinion of the thought police killing Sterling rather than his previous actions condemning him.

We are living in a messed up world.  B-HO was delivered upon us to create a transparent administration and a post-racial society.  It ain’t happening.

Our Founders are spinning in their graves.

From The Patriot Post:

The NBA has banned LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life and fined him $2.5 million for racist remarks he made in private but that were released publicly (that’s another story). Meanwhile, the NAACP, which withdrew Sterling’s lifetime achievement award he was set to receive this week, said they’re willing to “forgive” him — if he makes some strategic donations. But here’s something else to ponder: How many recordings are there of black NBA players making off-color racist remarks? And if they emerge will the NBA take similar action? We suggest a lifetime ban for the man who said this: “I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of twelve or thirteen, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.” That was Barack Obama in his book, “Dreams from My Father.”

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Feinstein Miffed With CIA? Why Not the NSA?

The linked article tells lots of things.  Mostly the hypocrisy of our Congress.  Sen. Feinstein, California Democrat, is all upset thinking the CIA peeked into Senate computers.  Another case of, “Do as I say not as I do.”

While the NSA and IRS allegedly probe every aspect of citizen/subjects lives, with hardly a word from anyone in D.C., when the CIA does the same to Congress, the children on the hill whine and stomp their feet.

Poor babies.  Welcome to big brotherville.




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Democrat or Republican, the State of the Union speech is always a pep rally.  I’ll let the “smart” talking heads discern fact from fiction.  My take on the speech:

Was there an athlete sitting by Michelle?  Did he recently come out as being gay?  Why is this celebrated?  That doesn’t happen with heterosexuals.  Biblical living and giving birth and raising families is almost shunned nowadays.  Let’s celebrate a sodomite.

An American hero sitting next to Michelle was celebrated.  I question the reason why.  If you have to ask why I question their motives I won’t be able to explain it.

The deficit has been cut in half?  Are you blaming GW for that deficit or are you saying it was run up by you and is now, finally, being cut down?  The debt is still unimaginable.  How are we going to shrink that?

Job creation and growth?  Corporate taxes?  Who creates tax laws?  Who’s to blame for loopholes?  The legislature and president who signed it into law.  Don’t like the loopholes?  Rewrite the law?  Or is that too easy?  Does that not give you a boogeyman to blame for the low information voters that you pander to?

Schools?  How about vouchers so people could bring their kids to the best schools?  Create competition.  Competition creates winners and losers.  Is that un-pc?  We’re all winners.  Everyone gets an award for participating.

Bringing jobs back home?  The object of business is profit.  Can’t blame business for going overseas to make their products cheaper.  Our tariffs don’t reward American business.  Our unions price us out of business.  If I’m making a product, a widget, and I can have it made here in America for $20 an hour plus paying for insurance and pensions and China can make it for $2 an hour there’s no question; I’m going to China.

War and standing by Israel?  We all hate war, I hope, but if we’re dumb enough to get into it let’s be smart enough to be as brutal as can be and win it.  Do we really believe BHO will stand by Israel?  The war on terror, or overseas contingency, is really an extension of the Crusades.  They were started by the muslims.  Look it up.  Have the huevos to win it.  Brutally, mercilessly.  Nasty, yes.  Necessary, also yes.

We’ve lost the America of yesteryear.  We need to regain it.  Opportunity for all.  Rise to your ability.  The Democrats are the party of big government and oppression.  The Republicans are the party trying to tell us they’re for smaller government and opportunity.  Both parties are leading us down a path of destruction.  The Democrats are just doing it more quickly than the Republicans.

Bring back and legalize the Constitution.  Let God back into our society.

Rep. Rodgers, in her Republican rebuttal, gave the other side of the pep rally speech.  It was more positive and believable than BHO’s words.  Will she get the Sarah Palin treatment of disrespect for birthing a down syndrome baby and calling on God to help us?  I hope not.

Both parties claim enlightenment.  Both parties seem to be in it for themselves.  We Americans are lost in a world of insanity.  But, it is our fault.  We get the government we vote for.  Will sanity and our Constitutional Republic ever make a return?

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I just recently finally watched the movie “Earthlings.”  I’d never heard of it and it came out in 2005.  In the first few minutes it was evident that it was from a perspective of woowoo, animals are people too, false gods, secular religion.

It is a film showing the horrible conditions we humans inflict on animals.  From slaughterhouses to puppy mills to experimentation, and more.  It was long on blaming us for our horrible ways and short on offering solutions.

It made sure to show a kosher slaughterhouse that broke so many kosher rules but neglected to show halal slaughter.  Do the muslims get a pass again?

It showed hunting and fishing in a bad light.  What a shock.

It was more in your face than “Food Inc” and did shed light on a lot of horrible and disgusting things that we humans do to animals.  That’s a good thing, overall.  Biblically we are stewards of the earth and need to show respect for all of nature.  But what would happen if all animals were free range, grass fed, organic?  The world would scream food was too expensive.

We’re not all going to go vegan.  I am a member of P.E.T.A.., but not the one you may be thinking of.  I’m the P.E.T.A. that stands for “People Eating Tasty Animals.”

Another bit of secularism was at the end of the film when they quoted the old line “As you sow, so shall you reap.”  The only trouble was that they didn’t say that was from the Bible.

All in all this is probably an important film to see.  It’s hard to watch.  There is an ugly side to bringing us all that tasty meat in cellophane at the supermarket.  But it is tasty tasty meat put here by God for us.  We need to be better stewards of our gifts.

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