Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Since the early 1990s, the United Nations high commissioner for refugees has selected more than 200,000 refugees from Islamic countries to be resettled in the United States. Most of them have come from Somalia and Iraq. Now, the State Department is gearing up to accept displaced Syrians as the next wave of Muslim refugees. The Obama administration has been greasing the skids for the Syrian refugees for months and the refugees will soon be dumped on American cities throughout the U.S.
Who cares about the fact that our southern border is wide open to I.S.I.S.? Now, we could even be flying them over here at our cost and putting them on the public dole while they scheme and plot against us. Where in the hell did these government idiots get their brains… out of a Cracker Jack Box?
TODAY’S QUERIES & ANSWERS:
Q. You’ve written about the Inspector General in the V.A. watering down his investigative reports to satisfy V.A. bosses. Does the Justice Department have an I.G.? (Chip ~ San Mateo, CA)
A. Yes. Michael E. Horowitz recently testified: “Since 2010 and 2011, the FBI and some other Department components have not read Section 6(a) of the IG Act as giving my Office access to all records in their possession and therefore have refused our requests for various types of Department records. As a result, a number of our reviews have been significantly impeded.” Well I’ll be darned, can you imagine that?
Q. How come the fact that the government threatened Yahoo with huge fines if they didn’t turn over user records hasn’t made the news? (Flicker ~ Canton, OH)
A. Yahoo says they were threatened in 2008 with a $250,000 per day fine and therefore complied. It hasn't made the news because the Justice Department is monitoring what reporters print and where they get their information. Now, if the N.S.A. has your emails, why don’t they have Lois Lerner’s?
Q. I.S.I.S. is growing very rapidly and recently vowed Armageddon against the U.S. and western allies. At the same time, a former French I.S.I.S. captive is saying more hostages are in line to have their heads chopped off. Why are we letting third-rate Iraqi and Syrian fighters take the first line of defense? (Ho ~ Sacramento, CA)
A. Because we have a jackass for a President and a bunch of rabid donkeys in Congress. Frankly, I’d rather stay out than go into this mess with their leadership as it is currently being displayed. Please pass the barley straw.
“All the miseries and evils which men suffer from vice, crime, ambition, injustice, oppression, slavery and war proceed from their depressing or neglecting the precepts contained in the Bible.” ~ Noah Webster
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Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The White House said late yesterday afternoon that if Syria denies us access to I.S.I.S. within its borders, we will retaliate against Syrian military sites as necessary.
Yes, that sounds great. But, let us not forget that infamous and disappearing "red line." Actions speak louder than words and, in Mr. Obama’s case, his actions are always more truthful and dependable than his words.
TODAY’S QUERIES & ANSWERS:
Q. What is a corporate inversion and why is Obama sticking his nose into it? (Tillie ~ Plano, TX)
A. When you turn a corporation upside down, that's an inversion. Actually, when the tax structure is such that it is severely and adversely affecting your bottom line, you have three choices: (1) close down, (2) raise your prices meaning your customers may migrate their purchases to less expensive off-shore sources, or (3) move your company headquarters off shore to avoid those taxes, maintain your pricing structure and stay in business. The logical solution is (3), which is called an “inversion.” Obama, bound and determined to tax everyone into the poorhouse, is studying ways to stop inversions through executive action, including heavy tax penalties, canceling corporate charters and making inversions illegal according to SEC rules. He doesn’t seem to care if he chases all of our manufacturing and jobs out of the country and destroys us, just like I.S.I.S. intends to do
Q. You said a couple of weeks ago that the Inspector General’s report on the V.A. death was a sham. There were reports last week that V.A. officials were allowed to water down the I.G.’s findings before they were released, so I guess you were correct. How can we assure ourselves that this V.A. problem is corrected, once and for all? (Kimmie ~ Bothell, WA)
A. We have to change the players. With Obama having more than two years to go, we have to get control of both the House and the Senate from the Democrats and start instituting some “change” of our own. Maybe we can force Harry Reid to buy some new ties.
Q. I understand Michelle Obama was barred from attending the funeral of Joan Rivers? (Leah ~ Durango, CO)
A. Yes. So were pop singer Adele and talk show host Chelsea Handler. Rivers referred to Michelle as a “tranny,” whatever that is.
“Corporation: An ingenious device for obtaining profit without individual responsibility.” ~ Ambrose Bierce
Monday, September 15, 2014
The White House is insisting that Congress vote this week to give approval to the Administration to arm Syrian rebels to go after I.S.I.S. and also to stipulate that no American boots will be on the ground. “If it’s not the Syrian opposition, trained and equipped by the United States, authorized by Congress and the president … then it’ll have to be U.S. troops,” White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough told “Fox News Sunday.” “The president made a decision on that. We’re not going to do that.”
Okay, let’s keep things nice and sanitary and politically correct. What we’re admitting to the world and buying into is the premise that I.S.I.S. is not that important to us. We don’t really care if they are contained, defeated or left to spread their poisonous hatred and brutality around the world, including here on the homeland. If that’s truly how this President sizes up his duty to preserve and protect our government and country, then we need to save our money and bullets and stay home and wait for them to come here. If we’re not willing to commit every asset we have including troops on the ground to eradicate I.S.I.S., then why kid ourselves? Let's save the jet fuel so we can use it to get out of the country when they come here to get us.
TODAY’S QUERIES & ANSWERS:
Q. There hasn’t been a lot of news about Obama’s phony birth certificate in recent months. Is that issue over and done with? (Ida ~ Sedona, AZ)
A. Not really; it’s just not in the headlines. Sheriff Joe Arpaio is reportedly close to putting the finger on the person who forged the long-form certificate that was provided. In the meantime, one enterprising investigative journalist conjectured that having Obama’s passport records would indicate where she was on his birth date and he filed a FOIA request with the State Department, which forwarded him her travel records 1965 and later, saying that prior records were “missing.” Perhaps they are with the missing Lerner emails. Every record or avenue of determining where Obama was actually born seems to have been mysteriously closed; we can therefore legitimately conclude that he does not, in fact, exist.
Q. Now there’s more bad news about physical abuse among NFL players, including children. You said at one point that the NFL should stay out of the issue because it belongs in the courts. Dr. Ben Carson has come out saying we shouldn’t be frying these guys in the media. What’s your opinion now? (Robin ~ Los Angeles, CA)
A. Most of the NFL players come from tough backgrounds and therefore suffer from the “Mike Tyson Complex.” Now you put them in the role of tough competition and what we are getting is a likely outcome. That doesn’t make it right or excusable, but rather than jump up and down about it, we need to address the reasons that these acts manifest themselves. I still wonder why the NFL should be involved in what happens with players while not on the field. Do you want your boss to fire you for an off-duty wrongdoing before you even have a court date?
Q. As it turns out, Bush was correct in predicting things that would happen if we laid down our arms in Iraq and Afghanistan prematurely. What is your opinion of his Presidency now? (Pat ~ Fresno, CA)
A. Average. His war against terror strategy was above average, but not brilliant. His handling of the economy was substandard. Overall, I would rate him as average, or 5-6 on a scale of 10 whereas Obama rates a minus 1.
“It would be very important for the Democrats to retain control of the Senate. Civilization as we know it today would be in jeopardy if the Republicans win the Senate.” ~ Nancy Pelosi (Well, I don’t know that I like American civilization as it exists today).
Saturday, September 13, 2014
In New York, Essex County authorities have charged 29-year-old Ali Muhammad Brown with killing Brendon Tevlin on June 25. Since being taken into custody on July 18, Brown has confessed to the murder, along with three other murders in Washington State, saying they were carried out as retribution for innocent lives lost in Iraq, Syria and other parts of the Islamic world. Brown has also been charged with bank fraud, apparently for raising money for the purpose of funneling it to domestic terrorism groups.
Why this is not making the news is beyond me. Could it be because Brown is a Black? Remember back in the 2008 elections when several members of the New Black Panther Party were arrested at a Philadelphia police place for intimidating white voters against going inside to vote? Eric Holder unceremoniously dropped all charges, although there was video evidence available to support them. It sounds an ominous alarm bell and America needs to know. Our Obama government and the Department of Justice are covering this up.
TODAY’S QUERIES & ANSWERS:
Q. How do you feel about the National Institute on Health spending $3.9 million to study the effects of drinking alcohol by monkeys? (Clarice ~ Helena, MT)
A. That depends: did they use Scotch or Irish whiskey, or was it Russian vodka? I think what annoys me most is that they didn’t pick me for the study. I wonder how much money the monkeys paid the N.I.H. back under the table to use them?
Q. First Obama says we’re at war against I.S.I.S., and then Kerry says we’re not at war with I.S.I.S., that it’s just a concerted effort against terrorism or a police action or whatever, and then the White House says we’re at war. What is it and why the confusion? (Frank ~ Rialto, CA)
A. Well, the latest news from White House Press Secretary John Earnest wasn’t exactly that we’re at war; it was posed this way: “In the same way that the United States is at war with Al Qaeda and its affiliates … the United States is at war with ISIL,” Earnest said. They’ve gone on to make it clear that this war is nothing like the war we had against Iraq. The reason for the confusion is that they don’t want their “dumb-down” left-wing liberal support base to realize that we’re at war and they want the rest of us to believe that we are… which is further proof that they didn’t need to use monkeys for the N.I.H. study. Who’s on first?
Q. Why this incessant obsession with Ray Rice and the NFL? Isn’t it done and over with? (Carlotta ~ San Dimas, CA)
A. The media is torn between telling the true story about the smoke, mirrors and shambles of the Obama Administration, and continuing to hide the facts; so whenever some other story comes along that will sell advertising and newspapers, they jump on it. That way, they don’t have to live up to their real journalistic responsibilities to the American public.
“By giving us the opinions of the uneducated, journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community.” ~ Oscar Wilde
Friday, September 12, 2014
THANK GOD WE GOT THROUGH YESTERDAY WITHOUT ANOTHER TERRORIST ATTACK
Although the number of those entering the U.S. is on the rise, the Obama Administration is on a course which will result in the lowest number of deportations of illegals since 2007.
The move by Obama to delay his promised executive action on the border situation until after the election is seen by many to signal that he has plans for issuing wholesale amnesty and he does not want the anticipated backlash to adversely affect the November elections. In other words, he knows that the planned move is against the vast majority of public opinion and he doesn’t give a damn; it’s all just a question of timing. He’s soooo cool.
TODAY’S QUERIES & ANSWERS:
Q. Why has the NFL been lying about when they got the Ray Rice beating tapes? (Yolanda ~ El Centro, CA)
A. If the President can get away with lying, why can’t they?
Q. Obama says we are going after terrorists “wherever they exist.” Assad is warning him to stay out of Syria and Putin is backing him up. Will Obama cross Assad’s red line? (Ben ~ Tacoma, WA)
A. Cheeky, eheeky. I’m inclined to think that all of his balls are in the water hazards on the golf course. My guess is that’s he’s going to try and do fancy footwork on the issue of terrorism until he gets out of office, regardless of what he says. Don’t look for any heroics out of this guy, especially when it comes to dealing with Muslims.
Q. Obama said over the weekend that illegals should have to go through life in the U.S. “looking over their shoulders.” Do you agree? (Myra ~ Shingletown, CA)
A. If they get their illegal rear ends back to Mexico, they won’t have to.
“There are some people so addicted to exaggeration that they can’t tell the truth without lying.” ~ Josh Billings