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Interesting Segment on Quinn and Rose

Posted by Thunder Pig on April 11, 2008

I’ve been following this story as it has unfolded ever since Nancy Pelosi and her fellow travelers visited Syria. Now, Jim has more information to share.


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Previously:

What’s up with the Dhimmicrats?!?

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NIE–Attempted Coup Against USA?

Posted by Thunder Pig on December 12, 2007

The evidence continues to mount that this NIE was a work of fiction. Critics from across the political spectrum have voiced skepticism about its conclusions and its methodology; European allies doubt its accuracy, the International Atomic Energy Agency (which normally “sides” with Iran) has raised serious objections. The only parties that seem to trumpet the NIE report are Iran, Russia, and China-our foes.

Source: Atlas Shrugs

Be sure you read the thing, and follow the links. I think it is high time we started lining people up and shooting them for their treason, or at least let the appropriate people do some wet work behind the scenes with garrotes.

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VIDEO–Idiots in Need of some Wooden Shampoo

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 14, 2007

Source: Michelle Malkin

Commentary

Now, where the deuce were the police? Or barring that, local citizens with either Louisville Sluggers or Brooklyn Smashers, pictured below as a visual aid for the forthcoming “wooden shampoo” these jihadi collaborators deserve.

**Update**9.50am The police did finally show up and Pepper Sprayed some, and released them. Here are a couple of photos:


Chemical Justice Delivery System

In Praise of Bulldozer Justice

Stryker Destined to Supply U.S. Troops in Iraq

This is what the anti-American war protesting left is for…denial of crucial supplies to our troops in a time of war. I think this type of activity should be discouraged by the use of lethal force, because the actions of these pond scum kills American Soldiers in a Combat Zone. I am so glad the retards in West Carolina don’t try this crap at our many manufacturing facilities that produce or repair military equipment. Of course, the Law Enforcement Officers around here don’t usually let things progress as far as they have in Fort Lewis.
All I have seen is a few losers standing on the side of the road (mostly in Asheville…they don’t tend to survive in the far western counties) with their signs.

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Congress’s New Role: Undermining U.S. Foreign Policy

Posted by Thunder Pig on October 18, 2007

By Victor Davis Hanson

The president establishes American foreign policy and is commander in chief. At least that’s what the Constitution states. Then Congress oversees the president’s policies by either granting or withholding money to carry them out – in addition to approving treaties and authorizing war.

Apparently, the founding fathers were worried about dozens of renegade congressional leaders and committees speaking on behalf of the United States and opportunistically freelancing with foreign leaders.

In our past, self-appointed moralists – from Charles Lindbergh and Joe Kennedy to Jimmy Carter and Jesse Jackson – have, from time to time, tried to engage in diplomacy directly contrary to the president’s.

But usually Americans agree to let one elected president and his secretary of state speak for the United States abroad. Then if they’re displeased with the results, they can show it at the ballot box every two years in national or midterm elections.

But recently hundreds in Congress have decided that they’re better suited to handle international affairs than the State Department.

The U.S. Senate late last month passed a resolution urging the de facto breakup of wartime Iraq into federal enclaves along sectarian lines – even though this is not the official policy of the Bush administration, much less the wish of a sovereign elected government in Baghdad.

That Senate vote only makes it tougher for 160,000 American soldiers to stabilize a unitary Iraq. And Iraqis I spoke with during my recent trip to Iraq are confused over why the U.S. Congress would preach to them how to split apart their own country.

Source Article: Real Clear Politics

Commentary

If the Democrats keep this up, they’ll provide fuel for a tremendous awakening of the silent majority. I am already seeing signs of stirrings in western North Carolina as more conservatives begin to ask how they can become involved. I always tell them to start locally, because this cleansing (of the government, and it’s attendant bureaucracies) will be from the bottom up. If this is going on nationwide, it would explain the new sense of desparation from the lefties.

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Democrat Leadership Committing an Act of Treason

Posted by Thunder Pig on October 15, 2007

“The vote that Pelosi wants will most assuredly bring full-scale war to a region where none exists this morning.”–Sean Osborne

By Sean Osborne, Associate Director, Military Affairs

15 October 2007: The U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), has declared her intention to force a vote on a Congressional resolution which declares the deaths of a million Armenians at the hands of the declining Ottoman Turk Empire as genocide.

Cooler heads in the U.S. Congress, State Department and the White House, as well as regional and continental allies, fully understand the critical issues and complexities of such a vote. They have warned in unambiguous terms that proceeding with the vote and passing such a resolution risks destroying the core of the special relationship and alliance that the United States has maintained with its strategic ally Turkey. This would potentially cause irreparable damage to the NATO alliance at a critical time when Turkey’s membership in that alliance is essential.

Source Article: Northeast Intelligence Network

Commentary

I will with hold my opnion due to the possibility it will get me arrested, which is what should happen to any elected representative who votes for this thing.

Turkey’s Top General Issues Warning

Turkish Envoy Recalled

Tehran Times

**Update–Turkey Takes Step Toward Iraq Operation

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