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Monday, November 12, 2012

More on the pussy riot at the CIA

Check out the part at 3:30. It doesn’t get better than this:




Hat Tip: Bob

You may find the full version more interesting if you have the time:


David Petraeus surge in the sack: 
Second woman in emails identified

The FBI investigation into General David Petraeus’s extramarital affair was reportedly triggered by a string of harassing emails sent by his mistress to a perceived love rival, Jill Kelley warning her to “stay away from my guy”. 


Jill Kelley, the Florida woman whose complaint to the FBI may have sparked the downfall of CIA Director David H. Petraeus, has Philadelphia roots.

Kelley, 37, hails from a Lebanese family that emigrated to Philadelphia in the mid-1970s.

Her parents, John and Marcelle Khawam, had businesses in the area, including a restaurant in Voorhees. The couple still live in Washington Crossing, Bucks County, according to public records, and Kelley's older brother, David, is a lawyer in South Jersey.

Kelley emerged Sunday as the woman who contacted the FBI after allegedly receiving threatening e-mails from Petraeus' biographer, Paula Broadwell, according to the Associated Press and other news outlets. Her complaint to the FBI led investigators to e-mails that revealed Petraeus and Broadwell were having an affair.

Kelley works as an unpaid social liaison to MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Fla. According to a statement she and her husband released Sunday, they have been friends with Petraeus and his wife, Holly, for five years.

A 1988 Inquirer feature about the Khawam family's culinary roots described Kelley's father as an accomplished musician in their homeland and her mother as a chef who liked to entertain political and cultural figures.

In the late 1980s, the Khawams ran a Middle Eastern restaurant in Voorhees called Sahara. The restaurant was closed within a few years, according to a 1990 bankruptcy petition the couple filed.


Two of the people that General David Viagrus Petreaus was screwing and one that the good general was dicking

Hat Tip: Rufus

152 comments:

  1. The question is:

    Why do Americans seem so prone to infantile hero worship? In the mid-nineteenth century, the Scottish man of letters Thomas Carlyle coined the term “hero-worship.” Much of the modern world has an egalitarian distrust of claims of greatness and heroism. If there are no heroes, do we have to invent them?

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  2. Remember some of the posts that we posted having a chuckle at trying to follow the complex charts Petreaus used in his appearances in front of Congress? The most interesting chart has yet to be seen.

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  3. Who wrote this?

    My wife is having an affair with a government executive. His role is to manage a project whose progress is seen worldwide as a demonstration of American leadership. (This might seem hyperbolic, but it is not an exaggeration.) I have met with him on several occasions, and he has been gracious. (I doubt if he is aware of my knowledge.) I have watched the affair intensify over the last year, and I have also benefited from his generosity. He is engaged in work that I am passionate about and is absolutely the right person for the job. I strongly feel that exposing the affair will create a major distraction that would adversely impact the success of an important effort. My issue: Should I acknowledge this affair and finally force closure? Should I suffer in silence for the next year or two for a project I feel must succeed? Should I be “true to my heart” and walk away from the entire miserable situation and put the episode behind me? NAME WITHHELD

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    1. If it is her husband, he is thinking at a higher level than most of us would probably do.

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  4. We are in uncharted waters, but that girl didn't blink an eye when talking about sex in the military. You have to admit she's a pretty cool cucumber. Poised, unflappable, but really sloppy with e-mails. It is not only the reputation of Petraeus that has taken a huge hit, but her reputation as well. So far there are no winners.

    I'll pass on the subject of the Hero, and popular worship of the Hero, lest I wander over into the mythological realm, where the truth lies, all undisguised, and just say it is, like alcohol, or drugs, or many other things, a false attempt at transcendence.

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  5. "Surge in the sack" was great.

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    1. If that was yours. Pussy riot at CIA was great too.

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    2. :) As was General David Viagrus Petreaus, come to think of it.

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    3. I am the architect. Tks :)

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  6. Here is a good article that has many pointed comments -

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/11/the_plot_thickens_petreaus_mistress_sent_threatening_emails_comments.html#disqus_thread

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  7. We're Doomed.
    We're Fucked.
    We're History.

    ...lets Party with some Chicken Chow Mein, Baby!

    Recipe courtesy Ching-He Huang, 2008

    Show: Chinese Food Made Easy Episode: Takeaway Favourites

    This is a classic takeaway dish and a classic Chinese snack - Chow mein in Mandarin Chinese is pronounced 'Chao meean and it means 'stir-noodle', i.e. stir-fried noodle.
    I love this simple dish with plenty of fresh crunchy vegetables and the usual Chinese condiments of light soy sauce and toasted sesame oil - but the trick to getting a good-quality chow mein is in the quality of the noodle used. I use shi wheat flour noodles - 'shi' means 'thin' and whether yellow shi or white - they are easy to cook, 3 minutes in boiling water. Then all the ingredients go into a wok - couldn't be easier or healthier!

    Directions:

    Cook the noodles for 3 minutes in a pan of boiling water until al dente, or as per the package instructions. Drain, then run them under cold running water, and drain again. Drizzle with a few splashes of sesame oil, and toss through to prevent them from sticking.

    Season the chicken with a splash of dark soy sauce, the five-spice powder, and chile sauce, if using. Mix well. Coat the chicken breasts lightly with the cornstarch.

    Heat a wok over a high heat, add the groundnut or peanut oil, and heat until smoking. Then, add the chicken, and stir-fry for 2 to 3 minutes, or until cooked through.

    Add the red bell pepper, and stir-fry for 1 minute, then add the bean sprouts and green onion and stir-fry for less than 1 minute. Add the cooked noodles, and season with the light soy sauce, 1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil, and black pepper, to taste. Stir well and serve immediately.

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  8. I am going out with this -

    1 piece dried lutefisk, sawed into 6 inch lengths
    2 tablespoons lye

    Directions:

    1
    Soak the fish in clear water for 3 days.
    2
    Add 2 tbsp lye into a gallon of water.
    3
    Soak for 3 days in this solution.
    4
    Then soak for 4 days in clear water, changing the water every day.
    5
    To cook the lute fish--------.
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    Tie the fish loosely in a square of cheese cloth.
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    Drop in a large enamel pot of boiling water.
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    Cook 10 minutes or until well done.
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    Remove cheese cloth put on a platter and debone.
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    Serve with a white sauce or a mustard sauce.


    Read more at: http://www.food.com/recipe/swedish-lutefisk-12617?oc=linkback


    Testimony:

    I was raised with having Lute Fish every Christmas. My Grandmother is Swedish so thatis how I was introduced to the fish. As a young child my Grandpa would trick us into eating the fish by mashing it into our mashed potatoes! Then I decided I would just eat it on my own. I like it with white sause and with boild Swedish potatoes covered in real butter. Most Christmass I get two or three feeds of Lute Fish, ist great!
    5 people found this review Helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes | No



    Read more at: http://www.food.com/recipe/swedish-lutefisk-12617?oc=linkback

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  9. Obama repeatedly and consistently enjoined Americans to reject their most cherished notions, and their moral traditions: the self-made man, he argued, was a lie and a moral outrage ("You didn't build that"); the wealthy have no logical claim to the product of their achievement ("shared prosperity"), and ought to be seen as the enemy of the people, refusing to "pay the same tax rate as their secretaries"; freedom of religion, he demanded, must be sacrificed to the new goal of subsidized sexual promiscuity; and the most primal premise of America's and modernity's political project, the right to self-preservation, must be renounced in the name of egalitarian healthcare.

    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/11/america_votes_to_end_modern_civilization.html#ixzz2BzzrFKdu


    If you are Norwegian, you can go out with this -

    Every country has its culinary specialties. Nostalgic memories tug at your heart strings if, when separated by distance, these favorites are set before you. Norway's lutefisk is such a specialty to many.



    Lutefisk (dried cod treated with lye) must surely be the strangest culinary effort credited to the Norwegians, but what a treat when prepared properly. Everyone of course is not a devotee of lutefisk, but those who are defend it vehemently. Others go to the opposite extreme and claim it's a national disgrace. In years past, the homemaker had to go through the complicated task of treating the dry fish with lye, but now, even in America, frozen lutefisk is readily available at selected fish markets and at Scandinavian delicatessens.

    Cooking lutefisk the old fashioned way: Do not cook in aluminum vessels as it will darken the kettle. Use three level tablespoons salt to each quart water. Bring water to boil, add salt and return to boil. Add fish which has been sliced into serving pieces and again return to boil, then remove from the heat. Skim, and let fish steep for 5 to 10 minutes depending on thickness. Serve at once.

    Without adding water: Put the serving pieces of lutefisk in a kettle, season each pound (450 g) of fish with 1/2 tablespoon of salt and place over low heat. This allows the water to be "drawn" out. Bring to a boil and remove from heat. Let steep 5 to 10 minutes. Serve at once.

    Baking in foil: Heat oven to 400 degrees F (205 degrees C). Skin side down, arrange lutefisk on a sheet of double aluminum foil and season with salt. Wrap foil tightly about fish and place on rack in a large pan and bake 20 minutes. Cut corner from foil and drain out excess water. Serve at once.

    Lutefisk with a firm texture can be obtained by first sprinkling with coarse salt and allowing to stand several hours. Rinse well in cold running water, and soak in unsalted water. Then cook or bake as desired.

    Lutefisk must be served hot on piping hot plates. Accompaniments vary from bacon or pork drippings, white sauce, mustard sauce, or melted butter which seems to remain a favorite. Boiled and steamed potatoes, stewed whole, dry green peas are a must as a vegetable accompaniment. The only other necessary additions are freshly ground pepper, lefse, or flatbread. In some parts of Northern Norway, lutefisk is served with melted goat cheese.


    Sons of Norway

    http://www.sofn.com/norwegian_culture/showRecipe.jsp?document=Lutefisk.html

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  10. At our family's summer place in Cambria, CA, handed down from my grandfather, was a single walled knotty pine cabin, with a stone fireplace, a manually controlled water heater in addition to the water pipes in the back of the fireplace, no thermostat, just on, off, high and low.

    The electric stove was equally ancient, but I don't recall many details right now, except it had a plug into which we connected a little fan driven electric heater.

    In the front yard was a giant live oak tree which had fallen (surrounded by Monterey Pines and soil made fluffy with pine needles) such that twenty feet or so was horizontal, with a hump in the middle, then the oak headed for the sky again with an ample canopy.

    Many hours were spent climbing on that tree, the horizontal part of which was over 3 feet across!

    The road was dirt, flowing up and down as the terrain dictated.
    The garbage was picked up by one man, Art Beale, who became a local institution, and I believe his castle on the side of the hill still stands, a monument to a life spent gathering more rocks, bottles, and concrete out of which Art built his abode, terraced up the hill with retaining walls constructed of rocks, bottles, and concrete...

    Then came the freeway onramp, eliminating our beloved Oak, and requiring my folks to move the cabin.

    I think the state compensation was substantial enough that they decided to build a new house, with the old cabin being rented out for 35 dollars a month for over two decades to Basil Cuison, and Family.

    Basil was a death march survivor who lived for quite some time in the jungles as an escapee from The Camp.

    They were friends of the family, and I worked four summers with him at a restaurant, I being a Busboy, and he a Dishwasher.

    His Full time job was at the Cambria Radar Station, for the Air Force.
    His wife, Virginia, like so many Filipino women, cleaned motel rooms.
    Some here may remember Wretch's post titled

    "Toilet Bowl Cleaners of the World"

    I plan on submitting an addendum titled

    "Angels in Paradise"

    to pay respect to the 60 or so housecleaning ladies who had to go to work prior to our son's canoe club spreading my wife's ashes, scheduled at 8 am to avoid the Tradewinds, not wanting to have any incidents like the one portrayed in the Cohen Brother's movie The Big Lebowski in which The Dude and his sidekick scatter their departed buddy's ashes out of a coffee can on a cliff overlooking the Pacific in CA.

    Problem was, the onshore winds blew them all backwards, covering The Dude and his partner in crime.

    Anyhow, these ladies formed a prayer circle at 7:30 am, in the middle of which stood a Hawaiian dude blowing a conch shell in four directions, in traditional Hawaiian Dress and fashion.

    When he was finished, all these women lined up, and one by one gave me and my wife's best friend a hug, reducing The French Wench to a puddle of tears.

    Anyhoo, Virginia didn't cook Chicken Chow Mein, but her stir fried rice with vegetables were always the staple of our family gatherings.

    Basil always managed a smile, and a happy demeanor, despite his experiences in WWII.

    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it:

    You can believe me, Obama, Petraeus, or the Whore, that's up to you.

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    1. Bravo, we are lucky to have lived a life with witness to the fifties. It is painfully sad to know of the loss.

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  11. 6. Blood Simple.(1984) 7.7/10

    A rich but jealous man hires a private investigator to kill his cheating wife and her new man. But, when blood is involved, nothing is simple. (99 mins.)

    Director: Joel Coen

    Stars: John Getz, Frances McDormand, Dan Hedaya, M. Emmet Walsh

    ---

    I wonder how Rufus and the MSM woulda explained that one, had it occurred?

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    1. Nothing to see here, move on.

      Next!

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  12. 13. Burn After Reading(2008) 7.1/10

    A disk containing the memoirs of a CIA agent ends up in the hands of two unscrupulous gym employees who attempt to sell it. (96 mins.)

    Director: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen

    Stars: Brad Pitt, Frances McDormand, George Clooney, John Malkovich

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  13. whodathunkit:

    LONDON--A shale oil boom means the U.S. will overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's largest oil producer by 2020, a radical shift that could profoundly transform not just the world's energy supplies, but also its geopolitics, the International Energy Agency said Monday.

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    1. Except, it's not really true.

      In this instance, the IEA is using a definition of "oil" that includes Ethanol, Biodiesel, Natural Gas Liquids, and "Refinery Gain" (this is the butane, etc, that is produced when you refine a barrel of oil - be it imported oil or domestic oil.)

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    2. If we are actually out-producing Saudi Arabia in 2020 the world will be in one hell of a bad shape (well, actually, that's probably going to be the case, anyway; so, never mind.)

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    3. Let me give you an example: The poster child for "shale oil" is the Bakken in North Dakota. The hyperbole has been enormous for the kazillions of barrels of oil, there.

      We're going to get a report from Baker-Hughes, tomorrow, that will probably show the rig count in N.D, that was 220 a couple of months ago, to be down into the the 170's.

      $14 Billion has been sunk into those shale wells in the Bakken, and they're unlikely to ever get that much back out.

      They're peeing down your legs, boys and girls.

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    4. Here's what's going on with "shale." Last year, for every hole they drilled in the Bakken, the field production increased by about 225 bbl/day.

      This year, every hole is adding about 115 bbl/day.

      By this time Next year, the Bakken will be flat, and most likely, Declining.

      The Second big shale play, the Eagle Ford in Texas, is running about a year and a half behind the Bakken. Drilling complicated wells a mile below the surface, just to break open some rock to squeeze out a little bit of oil is a tough row to hoe.

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    5. Meanwhile your guy is issuing can't do it orders on western lands to 'save the sage grouse'.

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    6. Goddammit, Bob; don't you ever learn anything?

      That had nothing to do with shale. I posted the truth on that. That is the same old, goofy Green River Formation bullshit. It ain't shale, and it ain't oil. And, it ain't "producible."

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    7. And, if it was, somehow, producible, it would still be alright, because 2/3 of it is on "PRIVATE" Land.

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  14. On second thought, we will have all these Middle East countries occupying us, protecting their interests.

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    1. They've got the PC Choir singing on key,
      effective grants to our Colleges, and a
      compliant MSM depicting a Kinder and Gentler
      Sharia for our children and grandchildren.

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    2. Well, after all, Sharia is very big on gay rights, and choice.

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  15. We need to remember what is happening here. We have this reckless ego maniac at the levers of power in the CIA, the Pentagon and the gob struck Executive office getting us involved deeper into wars and increasing the chances of a new 911 reprisal strike on the US.

    Iraq, Afghanistan, the outrageous destabilization of Egypt, Libya and now Syria have the fingerprints of Petreaus, Clinton and the neocons all over them. We have been decieved, as badly about this “Arab Spring,” as the husbands of the two bedmates of Petreaus. These people are going to get tens of thousands of us killed.

    Leave them alone and they will leave us alone.

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  16. So far we have killed the two men most qualified to keep the peace in Iraq and Libya and working for the trifecta in Syria.

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  17. Not to the next to be targets in the USA.

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  18. An errant mortar shell fired from Syria landed near an Israeli town in the Golan Heights on Monday, for the second time in two days. This was the sixth time in just over a week that the infighting from Syria has spilled into Israel.

    The Israel Defense Forces tanks fired artillery at two Syrian mortar shell batteries in response to the fire. The IDF said it identified precise targets.

    The IDF on Sunday fired a warning shot at Syria, after a mortar shell landed in Israeli territory. This was the first time Israel has directed weaponry at its northern neighbor since the Yom Kippur War in 1973.

    An Israeli security source said the military fired a Tamuz anti-tank missile with a range of 25 kilometers in the direction of a Syrian army mortar crew that had launched a shell which overshot the Golan disengagement fence. There were no casualties on either side.

    The missile fired by the IDF was a Tamuz, an anti-tank missile with a range of 25 kilometers. The IDF's use of the Tamuz was first made public last year, although it has actually been in use by the IDF since the 1980s. The Tamuz was used both in the Second Lebanon War and Operation Cast Lead in Gaza.

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  19. And it goes on.

    Western nations, Qatar and Turkey have welcomed the creation of a new Syrian coalition that aims to unify opposition against President Bashar al-Assad.

    The National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces was unveiled in Doha on Sunday.

    Its president will be Moaz al-Khatib, a former imam of the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus who fled Syria this year.


    Say what? Our new freedom loving guy in Syria was an imam where?

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  20. International recognition

    Western and regional powers have in recent weeks put pressure on a hitherto fractious Syrian opposition to create a unified, credible body that could become a conduit for all financial and possibly military aid.

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  21. I am still wondering if O is a genius antichrist marxist muzzie or a bumbling fool. This may show how really slow I actually am.


    And at the same time I can't help but wonder why all the ammo for FEMA?

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    1. why all the ammo for FEMA?

      Maybe it wasn't actually for FEMA. Maybe all the ammo is surreptitiously going elsewhere in the world.

      Or maybe it's an experiment to see the effect on the market.

      Maybe, it's being stored in preparation for a coming ammunition shortage.

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  22. Can anyone with their eyes wide open and their brain engaged wonder why any political leader in Iran would not be furiously working to develop and deploy a nuclear deterrence?

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    1. Could anyone with eyes wide open not see Hitler's plans?

      Fuck the Ayatollahs.

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    2. If they're hellbent on martyrdom, we should let them know in no uncertain terms that we will be delighted to oblige them.

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  23. Top officials signed off on the interviews, which occurred in late September and October, just before the U.S. presidential election. During Ms. Broadwell's first interview in September, she admitted to the affair and turned over her computer, the officials said.

    On her computer, investigators found classified documents, the U.S. officials said, a discovery that raised new concerns.



    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324073504578113460852395852.html

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  24. Cui Bono?

    Before you can answer "to the benefit of whom"

    you must ask "what is of value?"

    And, there's only One, count'em ONE, thing of value in the entire region.

    NOW, you can ask, "for the benefit of whom?"

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  25. Libya oil was always getting out, Egypt doesn't have any, nor does Syria.

    The question stands.

    You'd be better off asking why is Obama saving the sage grouse, thwarting nuclear, ruining coal.

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    1. The end game is Iranian Gas and Oil (mostly gas, I suppose - the oil is running out pretty quickly.)

      The Winner is the person, or persons, that get to profit from the sale of said gas and oil. You might want to sneak a peek over toward Exxon, Shell, Total, Chevron, etc.

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    2. No one is "thwarting" Nuclear (there's even a production tax credit on new Nuclear.) It's just, NO ONE, and I mean NO ONE, wants to put up $20 Billion to build a new Nuke Plant. They couldn't even get financing BEFORE FUKUSHIMA.

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    3. And, no one is "ruining" coal. They are going to require them to "clean up their act." Just like everyone else.

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  26. We are now a third world country. And where is Obama? Golfing.

    ---President Barack Obama is spending his first Saturday after winning reelection on the golf course. Today's outing is to the course on Andrews Air Force Base---


    Médecins Sans Frontières/ Doctors Without Borders is presently providing vital medical care to countries suffering from "man made disasters" eg, wars, violence and ethnic strife in such countries as Syria, Sudan and Honduras or enduring natural ones such as flooding in Pakistan or drought in Chad. And now they're working in the U.S according to Breitbart.

    In its first mission in the United States, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders is helping victims of superstorm Sandy which devastated much of the New York metropolitan area. In a makeshift clinic in a laundry room in Far Rockaway, a hard-hit section of Queens, doctors, nurses and medical students assess patients and help them get much needed medication.

    As the organization's website further explains

    Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams, working alongside local community groups, are providing medical and mental health care to Hurricane Sandy-affected communities in the New York City boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island, as well as Hoboken, New Jersey. The vast majority of the patients treated by MSF in the shelters and underserved communities have been elderly, homeless, or physically or mentally impaired.



    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/11/welcome_to_the_usa_third_world_nation.html#ixzz2C15gcPrB

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    1. We are not a third world country and the man is entitled to relaxation.

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    2. What's wrong with that? It'll be great for their U.S. Fundraising activities.

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    3. Hmmm, I though Medecins Sans only went to third world countries.

      O's photo op operation of Sandy isn't seeming to have done much good.

      I'd think he might return, give it another try.

      Not that it would do any good either.

      Yep, you're right, might as well golf, and leave it to Medecins Sans.

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    4. And, what's wrong with the Leader of the Free World playing a round of golf on a holiday afternoon?

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    5. Might raise them some funds, alright. It just kind of looks bad, don't you think? I thought we had FEMA.

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    6. It looks to me like they can use all the help they can get over there. FEMA seems to have its hands pretty full just with the infrastructure, and supplies.

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  27. Meanwhile, Hillary seems to have taken an extended honeymoon with Huma.

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    1. Well, bless her soul; I'd do that one my damned self.

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    2. You just like Huma too, and are jealous.

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  28. Poor Hillary seems tuckered out. Too much Huma, or too much Benghazi, or both.

    "I just want to sleep", she says.

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  29. Please lend your financial support to any upstanding group supporting our large number of permanently disabled vets. Many of whom paid a horrendous price for service to their country. The least we can do is ensure that they have decent homes and the basic necessities as they cope with difficulties that we would wish on no one.

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  30. Would anyone in their right mind detain bad guys in the Benghazi facilities?

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    1. .

      One more reason to cite Broadwell as a loose cannon. She seems the ultimate name dropper, or in this case information dropper, whatever it takes to show she has access.

      What did she know and why did she know it?

      .

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  31. Leave them alone and they will leave us alone.

    Well that's the rub isn't it?

    So it's not all biology, or all hatred. More along the lines of "Girls (and Guys) just wanna have fun."

    However, I agree. Those 'big messes' looming on the horizon, threatening to transcend geopolitical boundaries, can't be stopped except through an act of divine intervention - or the hubris of human-centric directive, which we are told constantly is a sin owned by Progressives who seemingly can't cure their addiction to the presumption of god-like omniscience.

    (Once the naked self-interest argument became threadbare, it was twisted into a case for the developing world: disrupting their energy supply, just as they were emerging into mature economies would be disastrous for, "all of us", a global catastrophe.)

    But they or "the other" will never "leave us alone." It will always be something - oil, blue spice, "hurted feelings", whatever. The take-away is to firm up the "casus belli," as the war-gamers call it. People seem to forget Saddam Hussein was a boiled-in-blood (feet-first) bad guy. People seem not to know that the Saudi's, to resurrect a tired pun, are in deep Shi'ite with their support of (extreme Sunni) Wahhabism.

    Energy calculus aside, the transition into self-government - The Long War - is a nasty piece of business.

    (Sidenote to Rufus: I knew exactly what you meant by "batshit crazy:" a picture is worth 1000 words; in this case just one - Yikes. I had to let it go. Just too extreme to assimilate - from intense librarian to the dominatrix twins in one 24-hr news cycle.)

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  32. You will not convince me that selective targeting or the stupid euphemism “taking out,” will do much more than create new enemies and help enlistment with the ones we already have. The one thing all these people have in common is revenge. Revenge was our justification for Libya. They (people in general) do not want foreigners in their lands, killing from rockets and war planes, blowing up their buildings and destroying their possessions and livelihood.

    You have argued that short of complete devastation (politically unacceptable), nothing else will work. It hasn’t so far and there is no reason to expect that it will.

    I understand revenge and have practiced it. We fought WWII for revenge against the Japanese, with the Germans jumping in for who the hell knows. Not one of their better ideas.

    Leaving them alone will not be 100% effective, but keep fucking with people time and time again will 100% guarantee asymmetric retaliation. It happened in 911 and will happen again, probably in a more lethal version.

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      I agree 100%.

      The only time we should be using the military is in response to a direct attack. At that point, you have Congress declare war and you attack with the overwhelming power of the US military. You destroy the enemy, declare victory, and go home. If your allies are with you, even better. If they are not, piss on them, you do it alone. You don't worry about UN rules that say you have to abide by the 'Pottery Barn' rules. If you are attacked, you don't owe anyone shit.

      As you pointed out, they will never like us. However, responding forcefully as recommended will assure they respect us. Do it once, and it is unlikely you will have to do it again.

      Of course, that is if an identifiable national enemy is involved.

      The War on Terror is not a war. It is a perpetual police action. Chasing one man is not a war, it's a police action. At the end, OBL may have been brought down by the military; but he was tracked down by what amounted to a decade of police work. When you are tracking down criminals you don't catch them or 'take them out' by killing numerous innocents. You also don't justify your actions through the use of pretense and euphemisms.

      The other side does undersatand revenge. They could have received the message that we understand revenge to. It could have been done in the three months after 911. But instead, we blew it and for the past decade have pursued policies that have resulted in thousands of deaths (ours, our enemies, and countless innocents), the creation of millions of refugees, and the gutting of our treasury. We went from the world hyper-power to just first among a number of superpowers.

      I have railed against the neocon philosophy that is at the root of our interventionist policies over the last two decades, but in fact, that policy is also shared by the liberals in Congress. Unfortunately, the general public buys the bull they are handed about our obligations to promote 'Democracy' and 'Human Rights'. However, those terms get blurry real fast when in the pursuit of them you end up supporting the bad guys under the presumption that the enemy of my enemy is my friend, or when to get one bad guy you have to kill a number of innocents.

      Not the best way to win friends and influence people.

      .

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  33. we should have ended the monstrosity of NATO when the Berlin Wall fell.

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    “NATO as an organization will do what it takes to protect and defend Turkey, our ally. We have more plans in place to make sure that we can protect and defend Turkey and hopefully that way also deter so that attacks on Turkey will not take place,” he said.


    Ask our good friends the ass-stabbing Turks if the name, 4th Infantry Division, rings a bell.

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    1. .

      NATO has always been a drag on the US. During the Cold War it could be justified. It's usefullness disappeared with the breakup of the USSR.

      Now, depending on the circumstances, it is either a trap or an excuse.

      .

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  34. I believe what I wrote was "not politically feasible by western standards" which elevates the moral yardstick over the political yardstick, a distinction with a difference.

    This group of Washington politicos can't even raise taxes without a CNBC search for a catchy slogan to lead the cheerleading. Why would anyone think that a practical, let alone informed or wise, course-change in foreign policy would rise above the level of "take out" diplomacy?

    The circumstances "over there" are way over my pay grade; probably not so much yours, but the Obama administration is, and has been, attempting to orchestrate a retreat. They are operating under circumstances that even shut up Mitt Romney, when the stakes couldn't have been higher.

    Aside from the innate complexities, the West has managed to introduce an additional problem of tabloid-level simplification and caricature assassination that leads in one direction only - blaming the Left or the Right for the mess we call the ME.

    GWB got the call. He was on deck. I think his reach exceeded his grasp; the "occupy" debate remaining unresolved. BHO got the baton. The schedule is to wind it down during his second term. We'll see. But I will not reduce this nasty mess to an ideological war among Inquiring Minds that really have no desire to know, much of anything, outside of the Dems Bad, Pubs Good arena.

    And that alone is what passes for political debate on the red sites, BC leading this bushwa charge of superfluity: Look Pa, the sky is blue. Don't be fooled, Ma, it's those godless, teat-sucking, abortion-loving, greedy, lazy, entitlement seeking, parasitic devil-worshipers from the Big City. Don't be fooled, Ma.

    Who's the Benghazi Svengali? Beats me.

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  35. That's why we decided to just concentrate on the Pussy. :)

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  36. For those who don't know much about the IEA (the organization that put out that silly U.S. oil projection, today,) it is a Very political organization. It is a U.S./Euro functionary - with a tilt, probably, more to the U.S. than the Euros (even though it is headquartered in France.)

    Let me say this again. It is a Political organization. Why am I emphasizing this?

    Just maybe, just maybe they are trying to lay the groundwork for the "inside" argument that we really don't have to invade Iran after all. Maybe.

    Jes speculatin.

    Because, they're not anywhere near dumb enough to believe what they published.

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  37. The chattering classes can't even be consistent about that: The deceased ambassador being lionized as a martyr was gay, while Mrs Clinton is being cheesecaked to death for allegedly being a lesbian (which I don't believe for a New York minute, anymore than I believe that rumor-mongering crap about Lincoln.)

    It's almost as if nobody takes anything seriously anymore.



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    1. :)

      It's hard to get the words "Hillary Clinton," "Sex," and "Seriously" in the same sentence without (at least in my case) a great big smile on your face.

      Delete
    2. It's kind of like "Intense librarian, Dominatrix Twins, and Viagrus Petraeus. :)

      You just have to sit back, laugh, and enjoy the farce.

      Delete
    3. Kind of what my soul needed after a seemingly neverending campaign as nasty, as it was silly. And, yet, important.

      It's as good as a couple of nice cold Bud Lights - but easier on the plumbing. :)

      Delete
  38. .

    To some nothing is really being taken seriously unless the opinions expressed happen to be some they agree with.

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    1. You'll miss me when I'm gone. :)

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    2. It's hard to say it, but, yeah..

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  40. I don't think Hillary is gay. I just like to ridicule the lying bitch. Her and her god awful husband.

    I think the idea of we leave them alone they leave us alone is wrong, but why argue. Which isn't to say all we do makes perfect sense. Or any sense.

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  41. Soccer mom having a good time, having found the soccer field boring -

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  48. After a week dominated by the terrible effects of Superstorm Sandy, the increasingly bitter struggle between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney and the continuing fallout from the Jimmy Savile scandal, it was easy to overlook a little story about an obscure Greek journalist called Kostas Vaxevanis.

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    1. First Greece, then California, then the country.

      Here the threat of totalitarianism comes from the left, not the right.

      Delete
  49. You know I have been wondering whether Obama might be the anti-Christ, but I can report more clarity on this issue now -

    "I want you to hear me tonight, I am not saying that President Obama is the Antichrist, I am not saying that at all. One reason I know he's not the Antichrist is the Antichrist is going to have much higher poll numbers when he comes," said Jeffress.


    Bwahahahhahahahwbabwabwa

    http://www.christianpost.com/news/texas-megachurch-pastor-says-obama-will-pave-way-for-antichrist-84639/

    I can see why po' ol' Ruf gets sick of this type shit. On the other hand, the old boy seems to make a strange sort of sense on some other things.

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  50. :) Actually, that was kind of funny.

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    1. You are not the anit-Christ, Ruf.

      Your poll numbers suck.

      Delete
    2. Ah, you're watching Rasmussen again.

      Delete
  51. Looks like the CIA may have pulled the video?

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  52. In 59 Philadelphia voting divisions, Mitt Romney got zero votes


    It's one thing for a Democratic presidential candidate to dominate a Democratic city like Philadelphia, but check out this head-spinning figure: In 59 voting divisions in the city, Mitt Romney received not one vote. Zero. Zilch.

    These are the kind of numbers that send Republicans into paroxysms of voter-fraud angst, but such results may not be so startling after all.

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    Most big cities are politically homogeneous, with 75 percent to 80 percent of voters identifying as Democrats.

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    "Not a single vote for Romney or even an error? That's worth looking into," he said.


    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politics/20121112_In_59_Philadelphia_voting_wards__Mitt_Romney_got_zero_votes.html

    Well they are not going to be having any political brawls out in those areas I guess.

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  54. I am beginning to like this lady --

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/a-gun-model-see-the-promotional-video-featuring-petraeus-reported-lover/

    She modeled machine-guns.

    video

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  56. For any Republican man considering following in the footsteps of Rep. Todd Akin (R-Mo.) or failed Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock by making insensitive comments about rape, be forewarned: former George W. Bush adviser Karen Hughes will be very displeased.

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    So the "war on women" was manufactured by a biased news media? I guess Karen Hughes didn't get the memo.

    ReplyDelete
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    1. More importantly, the daughters of her friends didn't get the memo (as My daughter didn't.)

      Delete
  57. Heidi Heitkamp came from nowhere to beat Berg (another "no exceptions republican") in North Freakin Dakota.

    btw, one of the Cornerstones of her campaign was her Support for Obamacare. Tim Kaine, also, ran strong on Obamacare.

    ReplyDelete
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    1. You have to take a lot of the Triumphalism of the winning party with a grain of salt, always. I remember at least 3 times that "this party," or "that party" was dead. Only to, voila, be reborn before the next full moon.

      However, the Dems have figured out how to get a heretofore erratic (to put it kindly,) but strongly left-leaning voting population (young people, and single women) to the polls. At least it seems they have.

      That really could be a "game-changer."

      Delete
    2. Early voting has allowed them to sweep the park benches, rest homes, bars and flop houses clean and get the folks to the polls.

      Great thing for a democracy that was created with a Constitution as John Adams said "made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."

      Delete
    3. .

      Bob, get with it.

      Your thinking is so pre-sixties. Moral relativism is the word of the day and the way of the future.

      .

      Delete
  58. The FBI are raiding Broadwell's home.

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    1. :) Oh, this is so fucking great.

      One of the FBI Agents sent "shirtless photos" to Jill Kelley!!!

      Delete
    2. Now, he's under investigation.

      It just don't get no better than this. :)

      Delete
    3. Slow down a bit Rufus, slow down....

      Delete
  59. By the way, those swing states that voted O sent Republican majority House members back to Congress.

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  60. That same agent, after being barred from the case, contacted a member of Congress, Washington Republican David Reichert, because he was concerned senior FBI officials were going to sweep the matter under the rug, the officials said.
    .........

    Paula Broadwell
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    Paula Broadwell is a research associate at Harvard University's Center for Public Leadership and a PhD candidate in the Department of War Studies at King's College London. [1] Patraeus is reportedly one of her many conquests.
    References

    ^ "All In: The Education of General David Petraeus by Paula Broadwell". Retrieved 26 January 2012.

    Categories:

    Living people

    http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Paula_Broadwell&oldid=473399112

    http://gawker.com/5959971/did-an-anonymous-wikipedia-editor-try-to-out-the-petraeus-affair-back-in-january
    .......

    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/11/12/report-fbi-agent-who-investigated-broadwell-sent-shirtless-photos-to-other-woman-in-case/

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    1. Update: I’m still thinking about Newsweek’s(The Daily Beast) source on Broadwell’s e-mails in the piece quoted above. He was “until recently at the highest levels of the intelligence community and prefers not to be identified by name” and he knows what was in the messages Broadwell sent to Kelley? Is there any obvious suspect besides Petraeus himself?


      Honest to God.

      Delete
  61. Here you go, Rufus -

    You can keep up on action nearly live here -

    http://twitchy.com/2012/11/12/breaking-fbi-agents-raid-paul-broadwells-home/

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  62. I am reading in the comments above that Petraeus is a Republican.

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  63. Staci R. Tawbush • an hour ago

    Does anybody not stop to giggle anymore?!

    They're officially using the word "consensual" regarding the search of the home of a women involved in an affair.

    Anybody??



    bwahahaha

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  64. .

    There are numerous articles in various publications that downplay or excuse the illicit affairs and suggest Obama should have refused the Petraeus resignation.

    I found this one from a lady writing in the Globe and Mail, who takes Obama to task for his "prudishness", a little strange.

    Petraeus is a handsome 60-year-old male who oozed power and charisma. It’s understandable that any woman would find him fetching. What he found alluring in Broadwell isn’t so hard to fathom either.

    I guess, not being a woman, I'm not really in a position to judge; but looking at pictures and video of this guy, I find the comment passing strange.

    Was Obama a Prude or Just prudent?

    .

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    1. O knew about it when P4 became Head Spook.

      Of course he should have refused the resignation!

      Delete
    2. You are missing the Aura of Power there, Quirk.

      Women like that, it's like deodorized dried golden shit, like money, to them, magical power. It's like anally polymorphism or something. Like a credit card.

      Delete
    3. .

      Naw, not what I was talking about at all. I understand Broadwell's motivation perfectly. What I was commenting on was the "...any woman..." assertion as I quoted it. Sounds like some of the generalizations we get from the experts here.

      The characterization doesn't quite fit with the opinions of the women I talk to.

      .

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  66. ***

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