Thursday, January 13, 2011

CAN'T MAKE IT UP: Their own words.

     Former Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, in an interview with John King of CNN on January 7th 2011 said that Democrats lost the last election, the U.S. House of Representatives and took a shellacking as Barack Obama called it, as proof that the blame can all be placed on "the policies of George W. Bush... etc, etc and etc."
     Using Pelosi's reasoning, it can be assumed that global warming, the freak snowstorms, blizzards, freezing cold winter of 2010/2011, Snooki's over-tanning and the soaring price of peanuts from Plains, Georgia can also be blamed on George Walker Bush.
     Tampa airport closed its primary runway known as 19R/1L on aviation charts until January 13, 2011 so it could be repainted and given new signage for pilots. The reason given is that the Federal Aviation Administration required the runway designation change to account for the National Geographic's report of the: "Gradual shift of earth's magnetic pole at nearly 40 miles a year toward Russia because of magnetic changes in the core of the planet." Evidently, this is the fault of George Walker Bush.
     Directly after the September 11, 2001 attack, President George Walker. Bush described Islam as a religion of peace, saying specifically: "Islam is peace." However, according to the Farah G2 Bulletin which records international events, it recorded that in 2010 alone 1,987 Islamic jihad attacks were perpetrated in "46 nations resulting in 9,175 deaths and 17,436 injured." Why then is anyone now showing surprise and/or dismay at the recent jihadi mass-murders at Christian Churches in Baghdad, Iraq and Alexandria in Egypt?
     Amy Chua, of Chinese descent, wrote recently in the Wall Street Journal that children of Chinese, Korean, Indian, Irish and Ghanaian parents are super-successful because of their strict mothers who demand their children NEVER, EVER: "Attend a sleepover; Have a play-date; Be in a school play; Complain about not being in a school play; Watch TV or play computer games; Choose their own extracurricular activities; Get any grade less than an A; Not be the 'number one' student in every subject except gym and drama; Play any instrument other than the piano or violin; Or, not play the piano or violin."
     Michael Metroulas in Big Journalism astutely observed: "The popular myth that the Constitution was left purposefully vague is right up there with the existence of Santa Claus. True, the limited powers written into the document were almost immediately exceeded, hence the Virginia and Kentucky Resolution, but the Constitution was promoted to the states for ratification in generally the same way the Tea Party promotes the document. That is, it would be clear, limited and would be strictly adhered to. This was the only way the thing could be agreed to by many states in the first place. The framers dealt in what they considered to be truths; not fleeting improvisational platitudes." [my emphasis]
     Hence, as one of the framers put it: "We hold these truths to be self evident."
     Sad news from London has it that British pub-goers will be forced to ditch their traditional 'pint' of beer in favor of a 'schooner,' a smaller measure of beer as used in Australia. Additionally, under the proposed alcohol consumption changes, a glass of wine would be 75 ml rather than the traditional current 125 ml. Science Minister David Willets announced: "We have listened to the consumers and businesses... That is what this change delivers."
     Let's see stiff upper lips. We'll have no talk about crying in your beer!
     Tina Fey, of Saturday Night Live who acts as Sarah Palin, said: "I can see Russia from my house." Fey is a rabid anti-Republican and Sarah Palin trash-talker from the get-go. However, news media types ascribe the "Russia from my house" quote to Sarah Palin, despite the fact that she never said it. Palin however, did say about the Russians: "They're our next door neighbors, and you can actually see Russia from here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska."
     Passport Applications will see some changes according to Brenda Sprague, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Passport Services: "The words in the old form were 'mother' and 'father. They are now "parent one' and 'parent two.' We find that with changes in medical science and reproductive technology that we are confronting situations now that we would not have anticipated 10 to 15 years ago."
    Question arises: Who wants to be 'parent two' rather than 'parent one'?
     Caitie Parker, a classmate and friend of Jared Loughner who killed 6 people and wounded many others in Tucson, Arizona last week, gave us some eye-opening twittering about Loughner as she attended Mountain View High School and Pima Community College with Loughner. Here are several of her tweets: "He [Loughner] had a lot of friends until he got alcohol poisoning in '06.  Mainly loner very philosophical. As I knew him he was a left wing, quite liberal and oddly obsessed with the 2012 prophecy. He was a pot head & into rock like Hendrix, The Doors, Anti-Flag. He was a political radical. I went to high school, college and was in a band with the gunman. I went to HS with, really good friend. Freaking out right now!!!"
    So, for every mainstream talking heads who still continue to blame Nancy Reagan, Newt Gingrich and Sarah Palin for every crime, tragedy, and ill this nation has faced, or will ever face... remember: Loughner was a: "left-wing, quite liberal, political radical."
     Major Nidal Hasan fired upon troops in Ft. Hood, Texas, killing 33 on November 5, 2009. Victims who lived after being shot as well as those present and not wounded testified that Hasan shouted: "Allahu Akbar!" [Praise to Allah] as he fired away. Hasan also told his neighbor shortly before he massacred the soldiers that he had: "to do good for Allah." Everyone who watched television reports or listened to radio news knew of these statements from day one.
     But right off, CNN's genius, and former general, Wesley Clark intoned "The important thing is for everyone not to jump to conclusions." CNN's Jane Velez-Mitchell, that same evening, said: "We have to make sure that we do not jump to any conclusions whatsoever." Barack Hussein Obama chimed in the next day by saying: "I would caution against jumping to conclusions until we have all the facts."
     Jump ahead to January 8, 2011 when 22-year-old Jared Loughner opened fire in Tucson, Arizona, killing 6 people. Immediately, Clarence Dupnik (D), Sheriff of Pima County, Arizona pointed the blame on talk shows by saying: "the vitriol that comes out of certain mouths about tearing down the government." Dupnik later said radio talk-show host Rush Limbaugh was to blame. Other 'journalists' credit the blood bath to Glen Beck and FoxNews. Wolf Blitzer of CNN then expanded the liberal pontification: "The theme that's burning up the social media right now... on Twitter and Facebook, there is a lot of talk in particular, about Sarah Palin." Blitzer further illuminated: "But the question is, is there any evidence that the suspected shooter in this particular case was a Sarah Palin fan, read Sarah Palin's website, was a member on Facebook, watched her tweets, or anything like that?"
     Don't you just love the media which is so over-cautious when an Islamic Jihadi killer kills; and yet immediately makes accusations when a liberal, left-wing nutcase kills by claiming that Loughner had to be a right-wing conservative Christian Republican who listened to talk radio and was a Sarah Palin lemming.
     Reminds us of the profile most Washington elite offered us about the DC shooter before he was caught: that he was Caucasian, male, Christian, middle-aged and an NRA gun freak. It turned out John Allen Muhammad, 42, was an African-American convert to Islam who read the Koran and wanted to kill indiscriminately to create Islamic jihadi fear all around the beltway, while at the same time earning ransom money. Evidently, modern media types have never studied Islamic Barbary Corsairs and Barbary slavery. But President Thomas Jefferson did; and it's why he read the Koran, possibly to see what made America's enemies tick.

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