Archive for the ‘War on Terror’ Category

Take That, ACLU!

February 19, 2008

No ACLUThe worthless far-left secular progressive gang of nuts and kooks at the ACLU have rightfully been slapped down by the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court dealt a setback Tuesday to civil rights America haters and privacy advocates terrorist coddlers who oppose the Bush administration’s warrantless wiretapping terrorist surveillance program.

[Corrected for truth.]

A federal judge correctly pointed out that one must have proof before going ahead with a broad fishing expedition of a lawsuit that harms America’s security. The ACLU had none. In its aggressive BDS driven zeal to blame America first, the moonbats forgot to actually gather evidence to support their nonsense.

A federal judge in Detroit largely agreed, but the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed the suit, saying the plaintiffs could not prove their communications had been monitored and thus could not prove they had been harmed by the program.

It was the only thing that the 6th Circuit Court could do. No proof, no suit. No harm, no foul.

The government has refused to turn over information about the closely guarded program that could reveal who has been under surveillance.

Only an imbecile would reveal to criminal terrorists that they are under surveillance. The ACLU would have us give preference to evildoers and cripple the United States from performing its sworn duty to protect Americans. That could not be allowed to happen.

It will be a good day indeed when the ACLU is put in its proper place: the ash heap of history.

Update: Karl, over at Protein Wisdom, has also noticed the shoddy, biased reporting on this story:

The Associated Press misreports:

The Supreme Court rejected a challenge Tuesday to the Bush administration’s domestic spying program.

The bias here is blatant, insofar as the Terrorist Surveillance Program involves international communications and there is no evidence that US persons have ever been targeted by the program without a warrant.

Nice catch, Karl.  I couldn’t agree more.

— Psycheout


The Passing of Benazir Bhutto

December 28, 2007

Benazir BhuttoIt is a most unfortunate tragedy at the passing of opposition Leader Bhutto, such a Courageous person of Leadership, whose only goal was to help further the cause of freedom and democracy in an area of the world where oppression has ruled the peoples lives for 2000 or more years.

It seems like the people of those countries thrive on a thirst for blood-shed and violence. Thousands upon thousands of people perishing each year at the hands of Ideologically ego-driven maniacs. So many of our friends on the Democrat side want to continue to further the line that Islam is the “religion of peace” line. I’ve had it up to my ears with that line, Islam is not a “religion of peace”, but of lies.

I can assure though, that this is no time to be arguing politics, but more specifically…

Despite the fact that our gut instincts say, “Oh no, this is the end of the world”, mind you, and don’t get me wrong, I don’t say this to lessen the significance of Ms. Bhutto’s passing, but I believe good can come out of this, I honestly do.

You know, I don’t know if you have seen any of the movies, but there has been several movies published about the life and times of Jesus Christ (The Savior of mankind), who was beaten, scourged, and crucified for our every sin, from the time we were born, ’till the day we will ultimately die. Even despite the fact that He could have chosen not to, but unlike so many, He wasn’t thinking of Himself, but of lost and suffering people, destined to Devil’s torment.

Christ on the CrossWhat a horrible, horrible death, but do we concentrate solely on the horror of His death? No! It’s the message He brought, and the reason He died for us that means the most; and I tell you, He turned this world upside down, friends. People after more than 2000 years, not all, but people who were touched by His Truth have spread the Gospel until it has encompassed the globe. He’s still RIGHT HERE with us, this very day, Folks! HALLELUJAH!!!

Well, I seen in a way, kind of the same person in Ms. Bhutto. She wasn’t afraid. She was willing to step out for a worthy cause in a dark and oppressed world, to deliver that message of hope and peace, and I’m sure she inspired many for that same assurance, that same hope, that same peace to help make a better more peaceful world.

For those who were there, that were able to hear the message of hope she delivered, that cared, I’m sure she made an impact on their lives; and that’s all it takes, friends. The folks who were touched by her message could be inspired, and they could use her message to turn that Devil’s den into an oasis of Great Peace and Prosperity. All it takes is one person, to move an entire Nation.

Don’t take my word for it, just ask the Prince of Peace, Our heavenly Father from Above.

So, let’s keep the family of Ms. Bhutto and the country of Pakistan in our prayers; that the Lord will make good things happen.

God bless!

~ Jeremiah

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Bhutto Assassination: Who Benefits?

December 27, 2007

Bhutto AssassinationYes, sadly pundits and prognosticators are already discussing, wide-eyed and cheerfully, who this morning’s assassination of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto will benefit in America’s 2008 campaign. To be perfectly honest, this kind of thing really makes me ill.

Scarborough’s out there claiming that this helps Mr. 9/11, mayor Rudy Giuliani, and Hillary Clinton, I guess because she’s perceived as the Dem hawk. Others claim that this helps McCain, because he’s a veteran and supported the Iraq war all along. The incident is somehow supposed to hurt Huckabee and Obama. Whatever.

Enough’s enough. This helps the terrorists and hurts Pakistan. That should be all. This should have no impact on the U.S. race whatsoever. It certainly shouldn’t give Giuliani a bump in the polls, just because he happened to be the mayor of New York on 9/11. New York would have survived fine without him.

Sadly there will be more such talk in the coming days. Resist it. Can’t this incident just be seen as what it is? It’s a tragedy for Pakistan and Bhutto’s family. Making it more than that is just ghoulish.

Hot Air has detailed coverage of the fatal attack.

— Psycheout

Why Paul Mirengoff Is an Idiot

December 5, 2007

Paul MirengoffI’ve seen this anti-Huckabee post from Powerline going around and I just can’t keep silent about it anymore. Powerline is a “respected” blog. G-d only knows why. It was named Time’s blog of the year. And Time, as far as I’m concerned, isn’t even fit to be used as toilet paper. It’s not soft. It’s not absorbant. It’s full of lies and bullcrap. They even, in their heyday, made Adolph Hitler their man of the year. So I suppose making PowerTools their blog of the year isn’t really out of character.

Paul Mirengoff wrote a particularly loathesome column, or rather vomited one, on the front page of PowerSlime recently that should rightfully anger any right thinking Christian. Paul, if you’re reading this, perhaps you should crack open a KJV Bible someday. It might do you some good, you sickening nerd. And you might consider a makeover, too. Really. Look at that picture in the upper right. I mean yow. Yeccch.

Now I wrote a much more diplomatic argument against Mirengoff’s disgusting diatribe in general over at Conservatives United, but I can cut to the chase and give you the straight dope here at B4C. Here’s Paul’s repulsive arguement against Huckabee. And keep a barf bag on standby folks, because it’s going to be a bumpy ride:

My main objection to Huckabee — the reason why he’s my fifth choice out of five — is that I lack confidence in his ability to fight terrorism.

Based on what, you vile toady?

The real problem is that he’s too moralistic.

Translation: too much like Christ.

Now we learn (but are surprised) that Huckabee opposes waterboarding and would close the Guantanamo Bay detention center. Huckabee reached this conclusion after meeting with a group of retired generals (the usual suspects, I assume) who are lobbying candidates to oppose Bush administration interrogation and detention policies.

When you assume, Mengele, you make an ass out of you and me. Would somebody please waterboard Paul until he wets his pants in fear?

I suspect that Huckabee required little lobbying. Waterboarding and long-term detention aren’t very “Christian”;

Oh, giggle, giggle. You slay me, you funny comedienne! Such wit! It’s astonishing! And your point is that’s a good thing, right? You like the idea of torture, don’t you? You love it. It really gets you excited, doesn’t it? What do you dream about at night, you repulsive jackass? Have you ever prayed to G-d, Paul? Have you been born again through Jesus Christ? Ah, I didn’t think so. So let’s continue….

they merely keep terrorists out of action and, in special circumstances enable us to find out where we’re going to be attacked next and/or where we can find those who are planning the next attacks.

Which “special circumstances” are you talking about, Paul? Care to cite some, you know, real world examples?  Humor me.

But if Huckabee actually did reach his position based on the views of a handful of generals, and without consulting the people actually charged with protecting this country from terrorists, then he’s even less qualified to be president than I suspect.

So, generals aren’t good enough for you, are they, Paulie? Who do you think is actually charged with protecting this country from terrorists, eh? You? Don’t make me laugh. What rank did you achieve when you served our country? Hmmmm? If you’re a pimply little know it all who knows nothing whatsoever about fighting the war on terror, I put it to you that you are not qualified to pass judgement on Mike Huckabee, you stinky little turd.

I’m sorry for my use of language, but this makes me really mad. It’s as if Mike Huckabee isn’t bloodthirsty enough for some, including the bloodthirsty lunatic Paul Mirengoff. Just remember that Jesus Christ died on the cross to save you from your sins, Paul. If you are judging Huck because he is not willing to torture others so that you can get your rocks off, you have a one way ticket to hell. And good riddance. You disgust me. Utterly.

Paul, take a little friendly advice and just shut the hell up. Thanks, on behalf of a grateful nation.

Hat tips: Race 4 2008 and Balloon Juice.

— Psycheout

Is the CIA Serious?

October 24, 2007

This being Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week, I can’t help wondering if our intelligence agencies, tasked with the responsibility of defending the homeland, aren’t entirely serious. What else could one make of this?

Terrorist Busters

And yes, this is real. What’s next? Angry jihad boy plushies? Lord help us. Honestly, I’m sure the CIA is doing its best to defend America from the Islamo-fascists who want to kill us. But this cutsie PR is a big fail.

Please keep this logo a state secret.

Hat Tip: Wired via Ace.

Update: It appears this logo has been around for awhile, so perhaps this is much ado about nothing.  And I question anything that comes out of Wonkette.  It does seem odd, even unlikely, that such a design would be drafted in a post 9/11 world.  So this is probably a false alarm.  It is a goofy looking logo though.  Maybe background on this will turn up in legitimate news sources in the coming days.

— Psycheout