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567 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - Obama: Economy \'getti... · 0 replies · +7 points

Obama is a moron? No. Crazy like a fox. Here's hoping that, in November, the electorate sends to Congress people who will throw a wrench into the gears of the Alinski Ascendancy. Would that Americans of courage and integrity -- like Jim Joyce and the Detroit Tigers fans -- step up to the plate!

588 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - Nigerian faces six cha... · 0 replies · +1 points

Do you think the U.S. arrested as "ciminal suspects" the u-boat captains and crews that were captured while patrolling in US territorial waters during WWII? We are *at war* and any captured Islamic jihadist is an *enemy combatant* who should be treated as such.

What and how long will it take for the Obama Administration to acknowledge to this reality?

594 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - Stopping ObamaCare: Wh... · 0 replies · +5 points

Exposing CIA documents on enhanced interrogation methods; threatening to reveal pictures of "atrocities;" grandstanding before flag-draped coffins of American heroes; health care; cap-n-tax; KSM's trial venue; belittling America as he bows and scrapes to foreign heads of state.... IMHO, these flaps are but red herrings for his real agenda: to so distract this country as to weaken her to the point of collapse.

He is interferring with the war effort in Afghanistan. The Bush Administration briefed Obama, Yet, he has dragged his feet on reinforcing troops there despite his general's pleas.

How do you weaken a stronger enemy? Interrupt his supply lines, including reinforcements, for one thing. Obama has denied our troops in the field the reinforcements they require and may further undermine the war effort by denying his general the number of troops requested. In doing so, has strengthened the hand of the enemy.

Manchurian candidate? We need to get our heads out of the sand and examine what this man is *really* doing.

597 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - Hospital: Ft. Hood sho... · 0 replies · +2 points

Is it also because the armed forces are not permitted to engage in any military action on American soil, which includes military bases here and abroad, and aboard U.S. ships (Posse Comitatus Act of 1878)?

597 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - Hospital: Ft. Hood sho... · 0 replies · +3 points

Oh, pul-leez!

597 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - Hospital: Ft. Hood sho... · 1 reply · +7 points

After a 22-year string of jihadist victories, including the occupation of the Iberian Peninsula, Charles Martel is credited with halting the "Muslim horde" at Tours-Poitiers (Gaul) in 732. The battle resumed in modern times, not as armed conflict but with migration. This enemy is nothing if not patient.

Islamic jihad has been waged on our soil for a very long time and will go on for generations. We must awaken from our sleep of political correctness and cease being so naive and credulous!

597 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - Hospital: Ft. Hood sho... · 0 replies · +5 points

Even in this "open society," none of us really knows what goes on behind the scenes. My guess: Hasan -- a *known* Islamic jihadist who was being monitored well before the terrorist attack at Fort Hood -- has been conscious the whole time and was immediately interrogated by the Army, Pentagon, FBI, and CIA.

As the topic of the book seemed so timely, I went to B&N to look for "Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That's Conspiring to Islamize America" (about CAIR) by P. David Gaubatz and Paul Sperry. Not among "New Releases"; not prominently displayed anywhere despite its relevance to the news of the past week; already buried in the "Current Events" section. God forbid we should offend the Muslim Brotherhood!

609 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - IBM sees future of mic... · 0 replies · +3 points

An interesting research subject for the corporation that, according to author Edwin Black, designed and implemented the first automated census, making it possible for the Third Reich to identify, trace, and "relocate" German residents of even limited Jewish heritage. (See Black's controversial book, "IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance between Nazi Germany and America's Most Powerful Corporation." For more information, go to <a href="http://news.cnet.com/2009-1082-269157.html" target="_blank">http://news.cnet.com/2009-1082-269157.html and <a href="http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/03/27/print/m..." target="_blank">http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/03/27/print/m... [Verrrry interrrrestink! (Credit: Sergeant Schultz)]

615 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - Police: Accused cat ki... · 1 reply · +4 points

I do not suggest or imply that sociopaths should be excused for their behavior. "Anti-social" or "conduct-disordered" persons *know* but don't "care" about the difference between right and wrong, and they get their kicks from cruelty of all kinds. They aren't "criminally insane." They should held accountable for whatever criminal acts they perform. What's "liberal" about that?! (FYI, I'm well-educated fiscal and social conservative with over 25 years experience evaluating mental disorders.)

615 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - Police: Accused cat ki... · 4 replies · +3 points

"Could be" a sociopath? Quite an understatement. Given his behavioral history as recounted in the media, an adolescent male such as this one has what is known as a "conduct disorder" which segues nicely to "anti-social personality disorder" at age 18. Sociopaths have no capacity for empathy or sympathy and get pleasure from the distress or pain of others, human or animal. The young arsonist is another example. Interestingly, this disorder rarely respond well to treatment. Check out "Animal Cruelty and Psychiatric Disorders" in the Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry Law 30:257-265, 2002 at <a href="http://www.jaapl.org/cgi/reprint/30/2/257.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.jaapl.org/cgi/reprint/30/2/257.pdf