Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Fighting the Jihadists

It's a long fight with no beginning and now ending.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Luntz Debate 2

One of the staples of the election season on Fox has been pollster Frank Luntz’s focus groups. Tuesday night, however, may have provided fireworks no one could have predicted. Don’t believe me? What if I told you it involved Luntz referring to one of the members jokingly as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and another participant dropping a “bullsh**” all on live TV?

It all happened in the span of about five minutes. After an undecided woman Luntz calls “Robin” talked about why she was impressed with Romney, Luntz quipped, “I want to know one thing: How did Ruth Bader Ginsburg get into my focus group?”

Shortly after, another participant launched into a tirade agaisnt the president:

“It’s because he’s lied about everything — he lied to get … elected in 2008, that’s why I voted for him — I bought his bull. And he’s lied about everything. He hasn’t come through on anything. And he’s been bullshi**ing the public with the media buying it…”
“Sean, I apologize,” a sheepish Luntz quickly responded. “You cannot do that.”

Watch below (the Ginsburg part starts at 1:40 — the bull comes at around 2:30):

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Exclusive: In heated ’07 speech, Obama lavishes praise on Wright, says feds ‘don’t care’ about New Orleans

You may not even imagine a President of the USA was capable of thinking in these terms much less say them... But there they are... Obama our third world race bay=ter going at it.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Fast and Furios... The Presidential Lies, Holder Lies, The Mexicans Pay

So Univision decides to tell the truth... To many dead Mexicans... Univision is the Spanish speaking US channel.

Our government armed the Mexican drug cartels. The killings were horrific!!!!

The Obama administration clearly hoped that the Department of Justice’s Inspector General report on Operation Fast and Furious would be the last word on the scandal. which has been tied to hundreds of deaths in Mexico and the murders of two American law-enforcement officials. However, a new report from Univision to be broadcast tomorrow, previewed here by ABC News, may put the issue back on the front pages. One source called Univision’s findings the “holy grail” that Congressional investigators have been seeking:

Often lost amid the rancor in Washington are the stories of dozens of people killed by guns that flowed south as part of the undercover operation, and later slipped out of view from U.S. officials. Univision’s Investigative Unit (Univision Investiga) has identified massacres committed using guns from the ATF operation, including the killing of 16 young people attending a party in a residential area of Ciudad Juárez in January of 2010.

The guns didn’t stop in Mexico, either:

Additional guns, previously unreported by congressional investigators, found their way into the hands of drug traffickers across Latin America in countries such as, Honduras and Colombia, as well as the U.S. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. A person familiar with the recent congressional hearings called Univision’s findings “the holy grail” that Congress had been searching for.

The Daily Caller also reports on Univision’s findings and the impact they may have on the scandal:

“The consequences of the controversial ‘Fast and Furious’ undercover operation put in place by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) in 2009 have been deadlier than what has been made public to date,” the network said. “The exclusive, in-depth investigation by Univision News’ award-winning Investigative Unit — Univision Investiga — has found that the guns that crossed the border as part of Operation Fast and Furious caused dozens of deaths inside Mexico.”

Among other groups of Fast and Furious victim stories Univision says it will tell in the special to air Sunday evening at 7 p.m., is one about how “16 young people attending a party in a residential area of Ciudad Juárez in January of 2010″ were gunned down with weapons the Obama administration gave to drug cartel criminals through Fast and Furious.

“Univision News’ Investigative Unit was also able to identify additional guns that escaped the control of ATF agents and were used in different types of crimes throughout Mexico,” the network added. “Furthermore, some of these guns — none of which were reported by congressional investigators — were put in the hands of drug traffickers in Honduras, Puerto Rico, and Colombia. A person familiar with the recent congressional hearings called Univision’s findings ‘the holy grail’ that Congress had been searching for.”

Sharyl Attkisson at CBS News reminds us that the Obama administration is still hiding Kevin O’Reilly, a key figure in Operation Fast and Furious:

O’Reilly, then a White House National Security staffer, had phone and email exchanges about Fast and Furious from July 2010 to Feb. 2011 with the lead ATF official on the case: ATF Special Agent in Charge Bill Newell. Just days after Newell testified to Congress on July 26, 2011 that he’d shared information with O’Reilly, whom he described as a long time friend, O’Reilly was transferred to Iraq and not available for questioning. Thereafter, he declined interviews with congressional investigators and the IG.

In a letter sent to O’Reilly’s attorney Thursday, Issa and Grassley state that O’Reilly’s “sudden transfer” to Iraq took him out of pocket in their investigation, and placed him in a position that had already been given to somebody else, raising “serious questions about O’Reilly’s assignment in Baghdad (and) the motivation for his transfer there.” …

“Given that O’Reilly was the link connecting the White House to the scandal, and that the President subsequently asserted executive privilege over the documents pertaining to Fast and Furious, it is imperative that the American people get to the bottom of O’Reilly’s involvement with Fast and Furious,” says the letter to O’Reilly’s attorney.

It goes on to say that if O’Reilly does not agree to an interview within 30 days, congressional Republicans will have no choice but to “use compulsory process” or subpoena power to require his testimony.

The Univision report will air at 7 pm ET Sunday night, with English-language subtitles.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Obama's broken promises

12 million more jobs after Obama is reelected?