Limousine Liberals?

The President and Government Officials must feel they are riding in style in luxury limousine’s, especially when it’s being paid for by hard working American’s.

Some who even wonder if their own car will make it to the job the next day and back home…who can’t even afford to fill the tank to full anymore…

A new report from a watchdog group shows that the number of limousines owned by the federal government rose by 73 percent during the first two years of President Obama’s administration. The State Department was the recipient of most the new luxury vehicles.

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House Votes NO To Raise Debt Ceiling

The bill “will and must fail,” said Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., the House Ways and Means Committee chairman who noted he had helped write the very measure he was criticizing.

“I consider defeating an unconditional increase to be a success, because it sends a clear and critical message that the Congress has finally recognized we must immediately begin to rein in America’s affection for deficit spending,” he said.

It will be defeated because no Republicans will vote for it. And, as it turns out, nor will many Democrats. House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer has urged Democratic House members to vote against the bill, calling it a political trap.

Well, you might say, if that’s the case, why have the vote at all?

That’s a hard question to answer.  The House Republican leadership knows that the vote is pure Kabuki.  The Democratic leadership knows that the vote is pure Kabuki.  Wall Street knows that the vote is pure Kabuki.  The press knows that the vote is pure Kabuki.  The entire lobbying establishment knows that the vote is pure Kabuki.  The American public knows that the vote is pure Kabuki.  Everyone in the world knows that the vote is pure Kabuki.

(kabuki) public performances of drama.
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A Palin/Trump Ticket?

Sarah Palin is on her bus tour and some of the places she has visited are the National Archives, George Washington’s home, the Liberty Bell and the Civil War battlefields…

Today she rolled into New York City where she will meet and dine with Donald Trump this evening..

Trump special counsel and top booster Michael Cohen said:

“They are friends and have been talking for a while about getting together when the governor is in town,” Cohen said.

Trump invited Palin up to his apartment at Trump Tower and then plans to take her out to a Manhattan restaurant. Cohen wouldn’t say which one.
He said he was buried by media calls from the moment the dinner was announced – hundreds in the space of a few minutes.

“It’s created a total frenzy. It’s a testament to Donald Trump as an individual and the power of the Trump mark,” Cohen said.

When ask if Trump was going to get back in the presidential  race Cohen said “I wouldn’t count it out, “I truly believe in him and the country needs somebody like him.”

Both reality TV stars was guaranteed to cause a press frenzy and spark wild speculation about a Palin-Trump ticket.

Socialists Explain How They Work With Muslim Brotherhood

In this video socialist explain how they are working with the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic Extremist in the mid-East revolutions to unite the Arab world against the USA, Britain, and Israel..

These people are uniting behind the Palestine cause, they will work together to destroy the West even if they don’t agree with one another, their agenda is the same….it is against a global system..

Pentagon will announce cyber attacks an act of war…

It is a new strategy that will classify cyber attacks as an act of war, paving the way for possible military retaliation…

This reclassification will be revealed next month, it is a warning to other countries who may have plans to sabotage America’s electricity grid, subways or pipelines, using the internet…

the Pentagon would likely decide whether to respond militarily to cyber attacks based on the notion of ‘equivalence’ and whether the attack was comparable in damage to a conventional military strike.

Such a decision would also depend on whether the precise source of the attack could be determined. Often the attacks are difficult to trace back to it’s origin

Last week the Chinese army announced the formation of an On-line Blue Army of cyber experts to help defend military and civilians from outside attacks…

This is when the Pentagon made their own move…

a senior military source said: ‘If you shut down our power grid, maybe we will put a missile down one of your smokestacks.’

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URGENT! 0bama’s bill S. 679 destroys our Constitution

Presidential Appointment Efficiency and Streamlining Act of 2011 President WILL HAVE the sole power to appoint people to positions of his choosing within our government

While all of America is distracted and focused on the death of Osama bin Laden, our President and his minions have been fast at work laying the groundwork for S. 679: Presidential Appointment Efficiency and Streamlining Act of 2011 to speed through the Senate and then make its way into the House and then to the President to sign. Yes, the other hand is quickly forming into a dictatorial fist that is about to smash our Constitution. (Headed by Chuck Schumer)

As you will recall, the beginning of the end of liberty in Rome commenced with Augustus Caesar who compromised the authority of the Senate through the force of arms and basically the Senate became a facade. America is poised with this proposed bill, to morph immediately from a Republic into an empire with the privileged eunuchs of the Senate as window dressing and a dictator – the first American Caesar – at the country’s helm. read more

Homeland Security, Pre-crime Interrogations

Homeland Security has come up with a program that would subject Americans to pre-crime interrogations along with physiological scans to detect terrorist acts people may be about to commit at malls, airports, and other public places..

A computer program that studies physiological indicators will monitor heart rate and the steadiness of a person’s gaze. The program will then use the data to determine if that individual is “malintent”

United Nations Gets To Do Whatever They Want, Israel Can’t Do Jack, May 30th – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that no one can prevent the recognition of a Palestinian state in the United Nations in September.

“No one has the power to stop the decision to recognize a Palestinian state in the UN General Assembly in September,” Netanyahu said. “It can also be possible to make the decision there that the world is flat.”

Netanyahu said Israel can’t prevent UN recognition of a Palestinian state, and added that Israel expects to receive support only from a handful of countries. read more

Obama Visits Joplin Missouri

obama toured Joplin Missouri today, as he came face to face with scores of homeless and bereaved people…

He made a promise to them, he said: “I promise you your country will be there with you every single step of the way,” a pledge he extended to all parts of the nation raked by violent storms this season.

He consoled the community and committed the government help in rebuilding…

He vowed this promise to all parts of the Nation that were hit  by violent  storms …

Obama offered his own brand of comforting  eloquent words, plentiful handshakes, some hugs, pats on the heads of children, offers of “God bless you.” Not for him the raw emotion Americans saw in his predecessors George W. Bush or Bill Clinton. I knew the media would have Bush in here some where…

This better be one promise the president keeps, unlike the many he has broken, if he lets these devastated people down, it won’t only be the tea party holding rallies…

Taliban’s new tactic: High-profile inside jobs – World news – South and Central Asia – Afghanistan –

Afghan soldiers runs near the gate of the Defense Ministry in Kabul

KABUL, Afghanistan — A car with the license plate of a high-ranking Afghan general approached the gates of the Defense Ministry in Kabul last month. A special “A” pass also was on its windshield, so guards quickly waved it through.

Once inside, a man in an army uniform jumped from the car and stormed the ministry’s main office building, an Afghan government official said. He gunned down two Afghan soldiers before being killed. The gunman also wounded an Afghan army officer, who died later at a hospital.

The April 18 attack — brazen and cleverly orchestrated by insurgents — is indicative of the high-profile yet small-scale attacks that are trademarks of the Taliban’s spring campaign. Unable to match the firepower of the U.S.-led coalition and Afghan forces, insurgents conduct suicide bombings and assaults on government buildings, figuring these types of attacks will prove their resilience.

On Saturday, a suicide bomber wearing a police uniform detonated a vest laden with explosives at a provincial governor’s compound in northern Afghanistan, killing two top Afghan police commanders and wounding the German general who commands NATO forces in the north. Two Germans and two other Afghans died.

Story: NATO apologizes for Afghan civilian deaths

It’s unclear how deep of a dent the U.S.-led military campaign made in the insurgency over the winter or if these attacks are preludes to more widespread fighting by the Taliban this summer. Insurgents need to take back part of the southern provinces of Kandahar and Helmand, their traditional strongholds, if they hope to retain their power base and the opium fields that fund their movement.

“Certainly the types of attacks they are now doing is an indicator they don’t want to send a large number of fighters against coalition or Afghan National Security Forces because they know they will get the worse of that,” said Lt. Col. John Dorrian, a spokesman for the coalition. “The types of attacks they are doing are intended to create a propaganda flash and try to discredit the Afghan government.”

Military and NATO officials, including the top commander in Afghanistan, Gen. David Petraeus, have predicted heavy fighting this summer. They have also predicted the Taliban will continue its campaign of terror and assassination. That campaign targets anyone who backs the Afghan security forces, peace talks with insurgents, or the Afghan government’s reintegration program designed to lure Taliban foot soldiers back into their communities with offers of economic development for their villages.

“This is going to be a tough fighting season. The Talibs are not going to take these security gains laying down, and we have already seen them trying to come back. There are no certainties here,” said British Maj. Gen. Phil Jones, a veteran of four tours in Afghanistan and NATO’s point man on efforts to reintegrate Taliban fighters back into society.

Nearly all the Taliban’s recent attacks have been on a small scale, with one or two notable exceptions in the mountainous northern province of Nuristan — a remote area where no permanent NATO or Afghan forces are deployed. Insurgents, however, have increased the tempo of assaults with attacks conducted by disgruntled Afghan soldiers and police or militants impersonating soldiers.

“The enemy is making huge efforts to infiltrate Afghan security organizations,” Gen. Abdul Rahim Wardak, the Afghan defense minister, recently told parliament.

The Taliban claim that indirect tactics, such as suicide attacks, assassinations and infiltration, are part of their new strategy against the government.

“The mujahedeen are able to infiltrate into the ranks of the enemy and are using these opportunities to attack,” Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said after the attack.

Since September 2007, the coalition has recorded 21 incidents in which a member of the Afghan security forces — or someone in a uniform used by them — have killed coalition forces. Forty-nine coalition troops, including at least 35 Americans, have been killed. At least six members of the Afghan security forces also died in the incidents.

Of the 21 incidents, eight were attributed to combat stress or personal disagreements; seven were due to unknown motives; four involved members of the Afghan security forces who were co-opted by insurgents or sympathetic to the insurgency, and two involved attackers who were impersonating Afghan police or soldiers.

The sale of Afghan security force uniforms is banned in Afghanistan, but they are still easily obtained.

While insurgents have claimed credit for nearly all the attacks, no evidence has been found suggesting they have successfully embedded individuals in the Afghan security forces with the intent to attack coalition forces, training mission officials said.

In the two most recent attacks in Kabul, however, militants had inside help.


In the attack on the Defense Ministry, the man who drove the car with heavily tinted windows into the facility was the nephew of the general, the government official told The Associated Press. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to disclose the information.

The Afghan army would never stop or search a vehicle driving into the ministry with a special pass on its windshield, the official said, adding that the general had not yet been told about the car or the involvement of his nephew, who is believed to have fled to Pakistan where many insurgent groups have safe havens.

The official said the investigation was still under way, and he would not elaborate as to why the general had not been questioned, or whether he even knew that a vehicle assigned to him by the ministry was used in the attack.

A month later, on May 21, the Afghan intelligence service said a soldier serving with the security unit at the main military hospital in Kabul picked up a Pakistani national and drove him to a mosque in the capital. There, inside a restroom, the man slipped an Afghan army uniform over a suicide explosives vest and got back into the soldier’s official vehicle.

He was then easily driven through the gates. The attacker blew himself up in a tent being used as a cafeteria. The explosion killed six Afghan students and wounded 23 others. No foreigners were injured.

Police later arrested the driver — a soldier who had been in the army for eight months. NATO said the Taliban-affiliated Haqqani network was responsible.

Taliban’s new tactic: High-profile inside jobs – World news – South and Central Asia – Afghanistan –

Bernardine Dorn said the USA is in decline, great opportunity for American Revolution

Bernardine Dorn said the USA is in decline and it is a great opportunity for American Revolution

DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz Has No Clue That ‘Undocumented’ Immigrants Being In Our Country Is Currently a Crime and Attacks GOP for Trying to Act Like It Is

What is wrong with these women, neither have any idea what the Constitution says or stands for… neither of these women should be in politics much less allowed to make any decisions concerning our great Nation…

Fireworks shows need new environmental review

What started as a battle over fireworks shows led to a sweeping legal victory Friday for environmentalists that could stymie a wide range of events needing city permits, from the Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon to birthday parties held at parks.

“According to the strictest interpretation of this, jumpy-jumps and everything else would be subject to environmental review if this ruling stands,” said lawyer Robert Howard, who represented the La Jolla Community Fireworks Foundation in the case. “It’s a breathtaking ruling.”

Superior Court Judge Linda Quinn said La Jolla’s annual Fourth of July fireworks show requires evaluation under the California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA (see bottom of post for more information).

The case, filed by the Coastal Environmental Rights Foundation in Encinitas, targeted San Diego’s approval of the La Jolla event but eventually drew in a broad swath of city permits. San Diego officials said they issue about 400 special-events permits annually, along with up to 20,000 park-use permits for smaller-scale gatherings — most of which would now need environmental assessment. read more