Liberals are coming apart at the seams, blaming Bush for this too. But remember congress signed off on the Iraq attack. Let’s get a little cliché! No, no not “Blame Bush-isms”, but rather something with truth in it.
“I against my brother, my brothers and I against my cousins, then my cousins
and I against strangers” –Bedouin saying
“A man may smile and smile and still be a villain” –Shakespeare’s Hamlet
“The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” –Sun Tzu
“Blood is thicker than water.” –German Proverb
WASHINGTON — When President Obama announced last month that he was barring a Baghdad bank from any dealings with the American banking system, it was a rare acknowledgment of a delicate problem facing the administration in a country that American troops just left: for months, Iraq has been helping Iran skirt economic sanctions imposed on Tehran because of its nuclear program. read more
What’s the government buying these days? Hollow point bullets, hardened checkpoint booths and radiation pills!
“These Bullets are brutal and inhumane…” they are ‘banned’ by the United Nations! Not that the UN cares for the USA but they call out what they consider inhumanity.
Up to 450 million rounds of “hollow point” .40 caliber ammunition, plus an open bid for up to 175 million rounds of .223 caliber rifle ammunition.
Keep in mind, DHS is *not* the same as the US military. DHS is comprised of domestic agencies such as TSA and Immigration Services.
Recently there have been mysterious purchases of hollow-point ammo going to the National Weather Service which turned out to be a clerical error by many but it doesn’t explain government purchases of over 2 billion rounds of hollow-point ammo. Now under fire, the Administration seeks to explain these purchases as being business as usual. So it it wasn’t NWS, but rather NOAA. Oh the outrage! read more