Interesting Bits

10/19/2014 6:49

A Perversion of Justice

Registered gun owners in the United Kingdom are now subject to unannounced visits to their homes under new guidance that allows police to inspect firearms storage without a warrant.  (Gun owners were not the groups raping and torturing children in Rotherham and other English cities.)

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10/19/2014 4:28

Is There a Good Reason For This?

160,000 Ebola Suits for the State Department, none for our soldiers.  (Does that make any sense?)

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10/19/2014 1:16

Another Incredibly Dumb Idea

Accountability is important, but increasingly in our society accountability is for the little people. The powerful and the well connected hire lawyers; the ordinary person gets monitored by them. We don’t have policy malpractice lawyers investigating the geniuses who invaded Libya and abandoned Iraq, but the poor kids trying to carry out the crazy orders that come down from on high will get dinged if they put a foot wrong. No doubt there are some lawyers checking to see that those 3,000 Americans sent into the Ebola hot zone don’t break any rules—but there aren’t any lawyers and there isn’t any law to make sure that the people who sent them there knew or really even cared what they were doing.

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10/19/2014 7:39

Libs Being Libs - That is Corrupt

As he prepares to leave office, Governor Deval Patrick is quietly transferring 500 of his managers into the state public employee union, a move that will qualify them for a series of 3 percent raises and insulate them from firing when the next governor takes over.

(No one, state or private employee, should be isolated from firing. That results in a govt that is unaccountable.)

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10/19/2014 7:22

Limbaugh Is Right Again

 This guy is acknowledging that we do not have a closed border. He's acknowledging we cannot control who comes into the country. This guy is saying, the Centers for Disease Control director Thomas Frieden is saying, that we cannot close airports. We cannot shut down flights to this country because other parts of our border are wide open with thousands already crossing the border! And we don't know who they are and we don't know what they have and we don't know how sick they might be. And we don't know  and will have no way of knowing. Oh man!

This guy is acknowledging that we do not have a closed border. He's acknowledging we cannot control who comes into the country. This guy is saying, the Centers for Disease Control director Thomas Frieden is saying, that we cannot close airports. We cannot shut down flights to this country because other parts of our border are wide open with thousands already crossing the border! And we don't know who they are and we don't know what they have and we don't know how sick they might be. And we don't know  and will have no way of knowing. Oh man! - See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/jack-coleman/2014/10/17/limbaugh-pounces-after-cdc-chief-says-ebola-flight-ban-would-be#sthash.2kk6rWfF.ZrtZXQ3V.dpuf

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10/18/2014 4:20

Redemption Will Chase You Down

Ex-Mob Chieftain is now making a film about his conversion, Jesus.

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10/18/2014 8:50

Can't Have Anything Like THAT In a Magazine

Offending Christian Article Removed from Ohio Air National Guard Newsletter

Part of the article from Col. Florencio Marquinez, the Commander of the Fighter Wing’s Medical Group:  “There have been many challenges and adversities along the way that really impacted my life,” he shared, after speaking about his appreciation for the Airman’s Creed. “It is my strong spiritual foundation that has kept the light shining on my path. I would not be the man I am today if isn’t wasn’t for my mother leading our whole family to Jesus Christ. Her creed to us five children growing up is God first in your life, then comes family and third, work.”

(Actually, the only person who might be offended by that would be the devil.)

Col. Florencio Marquinez, the Commander of the Fighter Wing’s Medical Group - See more at: http://christiannews.net/2014/10/14/offending-christian-article-removed-from-ohio-air-national-guard-newsletter/#sthash.gafHVmTd.dpuThere have been many challenges and adversities along the way that really impacted my life,” he shared, after speaking about his appreciation for the Airman’s Creed. “It is my strong spiritual foundation that has kept the light shining on my path. I would not be the man I am today if isn’t wasn’t for my mother leading our whole family to Jesus Christ. Her creed to us five children growing up is God first in your life, then comes family and third, work.”
“There have been many challenges and adversities along the way that really impacted my life,” he shared, after speaking about his appreciation for the Airman’s Creed. “It is my strong spiritual foundation that has kept the light shining on my path. I would not be the man I am today if isn’t wasn’t for my mother leading our whole family to Jesus Christ. Her creed to us five children growing up is God first in your life, then comes family and third, work.” - See more at: http://christiannews.net/2014/10/14/offending-christian-article-removed-from-ohio-air-national-guard-newsletter/#sthash.gafHVmTd.dpuf

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10/18/2014 7:39

Well, Imagine That

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10/18/2014 7:19

Tem Things the Ebola Crisis Reveals About the Obama Ad

The announcement of Ron Klainas the new Ebola “czar” checks all the boxes: Harvard Law, longtime Democrat party op, veteran of the Clinton, Al Gore and John Kerry campaigns. The problem is, it checks all the wrong boxes. The Progressive myth is that we ought to have a government of experts — top men! — to handle the nation’s problems in a calm, deliberative manner. The reality is that we have a nation of unscrupulous lawyers, amoral apparatchiks and political hacks whose only area of expertise is manipulating the electoral and governmental systems and getting rich by doing so.

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10/17/2014 12:14

How's That Smart Diplomacy Working Out?

Obama's anti-IS coalition is also short on substance. However, after a month of presidential bravado, Obama's anti-Islamic State coalition is little more than a loose collection of promises, occasional airstrikes and jaw-dropping political errors.

The probes west of Baghdad prompted some Iraqi politicians to ask for U.S. ground troops to back up the Iraqi Army. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry turned the Iraqis down. After all, President Obama promised no American "boots on the ground" and at least until the November mid-term elections, that promise takes precedence over responding to an ally's request for help. Ah yes, such moral strength!

(Hope the American people learn their lesson. Never elect an empty suit to the presidency.)

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10/17/2014 11:09

Peggy Noonan and Moral Clarity

The administration’s Ebola evasions reveal its disdain for the American people.

Dr. Frieden’s logic was a bit of a heart-stopper. In fact his responses were more non sequiturs than answers. We cannot ban people at high risk of Ebola from entering the U.S. because people in West Africa have Ebola, and we don’t want it to spread. Huh?

 

(No one has written on this crisis with more moral clarity than Ms. Noonan.  The political correct religion of the administration is overriding common sense, science and morality. If an outbreak happens in the U.S., they have blood on their hands because of their amoral stupidity.)

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10/17/2014 9:51

Why Is Obama So Anti-Science?

Caribbean, South American countries are closing their borders to combat Ebola. (Boy, what racists.)

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10/17/2014 7:59

How's That Hopey Changey Thing Working Out?

Labor Participation Rate at 36-year low.

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10/17/2014 7:48

Your CDC In Action

In 2011, the CDC funded a comic books that showed how prepared they were for a...zombie Apocalypse. However as Jim Geraghty points out,"Hey, guys, in the comic book, you depict yourselves as a lot more competent in the fight against zombies than you have been against Ebola so far. You forgot the scene where you tell a woman who’s been bit by a zombie that it’s okay to get into that flight from Cleveland."

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