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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Obama goes after the press or is Obama going over the edge?

143 comments:

  1. Obama was going after the press, now the press is going after Obama, and Obama is going over the edge.

    Lesson for politicians: do not go after the hyenas in the press, they will turn and clean your bones.

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    1. >>>In the morning, those who have engaged in whorish behavior—or in this case, those rewarded with invitations to insider Washington parties and access to private e-mail lists—are somehow astonished by a lack of respect. Members of the media, including Associated Press reporters, after favoring and flattering Obama for years, were stunned to discover that Obama’s Department of Justice was treating them like tarts and had targeted the AP with secret subpoenas.<<<

      Clark Whelton

      Death by Media

      President Obama’s current woes and his cozy relationship with the press

      21 May 2013


      http://www.city-journal.org/2013/eon0521cw.html

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  2. Kaz



    Personally, I think the whole thing is a Kabuki dance.....it was set up. She may have made her statement knowing FULL well she was waiving her 5th amendment protections (on counsel's advice of course). No attorney worth his or her hourly rate would have let her make an opening statement. That would be grounds for legal malfeasance.


    redwolf6911



    She was thrown under the bus by the WH. Her actions may have been planned by her and her lawyer. She may be getting ready to spill the beans. We can only hope. Obviously, Obama thinks that people will continue to destroy their careers and lives to protect his sorry ass. I think he is going to be in for a rude awakening soon.


    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2013/05/lois_lerner_thrown_under_the_bus_comments.html#disqus_thread


    hmmmm...gets complicated trying to figure who is throwing whom under what bus...

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  3. As Dad used to say: I knew I was getting screwed but I couldn't figure out just how or by whom.

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  4. By: Patrick J. Buchanan
    5/21/2013 06:00 AM

    No, this is not Watergate or Iran-Contra. Nor is it like the sex scandal that got Bill Clinton impeached.

    The AP, IRS and Benghazi matters represent a scandal not of presidential wrongdoing, but of presidential indolence, indifference and incompetence in discharging the duties of chief executive.


    Barack Obama revealed to us in recent days is something rare in our history: a spectator president, clueless about what is going on in his own household, who reacts to revelations like some stunned bystander.

    Consider. Because of a grave national security leak, President Obama’s Department of Justice seized two months of records from 20 telephones used by The Associated Press. An unprecedented seizure.

    Yet the president was left completely in the dark. And though he rushed to defend the seizure, he claims he was uninvolved.

    While the AP issue does not appear to have legs — we know what was done and why — it has badly damaged this president. For his own Justice Department treated the press, which has an exalted opinion of itself and its role, with the same contempt as the IRS treated the Tea Party.

    The episode has damaged a crucial presidential asset. For this Washington press corps had provided this president with a protective coverage of his follies and failings unseen since the White House press of half a century ago covered up the prowlings of JFK.

    {…}


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    The Benghazi issue is of far greater gravity. Still, Obama’s sins here as well seem to be those of omission, not commission.

    The president was apparently completely in the dark about the urgent requests from Benghazi for more security. Obama was also apparently completely out of the loop during the seven-hour crisis of Sept. 11-12, when Ambassador Stevens was assassinated, calls for help from Benghazi were denied and two heroic ex-Navy SEALs died fighting to defend U.S. personnel from the roof of that CIA installation.

    No one seems to know where Obama was that night.

    The following week, as the State Department, CIA and National Security Council all worked the “talking points” to make it appear that this preplanned terrorist atrocity was a spontaneous event triggered by an anti-Islamic video, Obama knew nothing of the discussions.

    Thus, almost a week after the massacre, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice was put on six networks to move the line that we could not have better prepared for what would happen in Benghazi because it was all a spontaneous event triggered by a YouTube video.

    Rice’s version was untrue, but consistent with Obama’s campaign message: “Bin Laden is dead, and al-Qaida is on the run.”

    Yet if Rice’s credibility was crippled by what she was sent out to parrot, a week after she got the egg all over her face, Obama was himself peddling the same line at the United Nations. Obama, it seems, may have been the last man to know the cover story had collapsed.

    As for the IRS’s targeting of Tea Party applications for tax-exempt status, this bureaucratic misconduct began as far back as 2010, when the Tea Party was a national sensation.

    Yet, despite Tea Party protests to members of Congress, who made inquiries of the IRS, the discrimination against groups with “Tea Party” and “Patriot” in their names continued, and was extended to groups whose proclaimed mission was to defend the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.

    Literally for years this went on. Investigations were begun by the IRS, and the results reported to the Treasury Department.

    But nothing was made public before the election of 2012.

    This weekend we learned that the White House counsel was told this April about the IRS misconduct and the investigations, but she did not inform President Obama. He learned about it from news reports.

    What we have here, it appears, is a government out of control and a president clueless about what is going on in that government.

    And that is the best case. For it is difficult to believe the IRS could conduct a full-court press on Obama’s opponents, that IRS higher-ups knew about it, years ago, and that Treasury knew about it before the election — but the White House was kept in the dark about a scandal that could have derailed the Obama campaign.

    But whatever Obama knew, he and his allies in Congress bear moral responsibility for denying these Tea Party folks for years their right to participate fully in the politics of their country.

    For years, Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and other Democrats have slandered and slurred Tea Party people as enemies of progress — smears echoed by their mainstream press allies.

    Should we then be surprised that IRS bureaucrats, hearing this, thought they were doing what was right for America by slow-walking applications for tax exemptions from these same Tea Party folks?

    Who demonized the Tea Party people? Who created the climate of contempt? Whoever did gave moral sanction to those IRS agents.

    And the Spectator President is right in the vanguard.

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    1. >>>Obama’s sins here as well seem to be those of omission, not commission.<<<

      Pat is going a little too easy on the President here I think.

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  6. Obama, Kerry, McCain, the Neocons and all the usual suspects are in state of high twisted knickers over the fact that Assad may be doing a Lincoln, saving the established State of Syria from the rebels

    Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, whose government was last year described as close to collapse by groups ranging from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to the armed opposition, may remain in power for years to come.

    “The regime is still in place, strong and not going anywhere,” Julien Barnes-Dacey, a senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, said in an interview. Widespread predictions of his demise reflected an “unwillingness to assess the regime’s strength, wishful thinking, a desire for a swift end, and a failure to recognize this is a civil war.”

    With government forces advancing on key opposition strongholds, Syria’s opposition leader George Sabra appealed yesterday for rebels to concentrate on the key central city of Al-Qusair and aid 50,000 people trapped inside. In recent weeks, the opposition has lost Otaibah to the east of Damascus after a 37-day battle, the southern town of Sanamein and Aziza near Aleppo in the north.

    While the fighting strength of Syria’s army has been reduced to a quarter of its notional 220,000 manpower, according to the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies, the Assad regime has been bolstered by irregular forces including Hezbollah fighters from neighboring Lebanon and Iranian-trained militias.

    Syrian government forces entered Al-Qusair this week as part of an offensive to retake the strategic town in Homs province, central Syria. The aim is to secure the highway linking Damascus with the coastal mountain region that forms the Alawite heartland, the regime’s support-base, and cut the rebel resupply lines from Lebanon. The battle is seen as a key test for both sides.




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  7. The DC Permanent War Parties, while telling the Russians not to arm the legitimate Union of Syria and want to arm the confederates, terrorists, secessionists and AQ. Meanwhile 67% of ex US military, who actually carried the water for our rulers and masters say “ Hell No!”

    It is not the right time to talk about lifting the embargo on arms supplies to the Syrian opposition in light of the Russian-U.S. idea of convening a conference on Syria, Russian permanent envoy to the EU Vladimir Chizhov told Interfax.

    "The EU Foreign Affairs Council should consider this issue on May 27. By our estimates, most of the European Union countries are against lifting the embargo,” he said.

    “The lifting of the embargo from one of the parties amid the continuing bloody conflict is a risky affair," he said.

    “Supplies of more weapons to such conflict areas have never promoted peace," he said.

    “The Syrian opposition is quite a motley company of various organizations," Chizhov said.

    "Some of them look more moderate but unfortunately have less influence and combat efficiency than the radical groups. Therefore, when someone says that they will supply weapons to some moderate groups and make sure that they do not fall into the hands of extremists, I don't take this talk seriously. And we can’t accept this position,” he said.

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    1. The DC Permanent War Parties, while telling the Russians not to arm the legitimate Union of Syria and want to arm the confederates, terrorists, secessionists and AQ. Meanwhile 67% of ex US military, who actually carried the water for our rulers and masters say “ Hell No!”


      Russia has ALWAYS supplied weapons to those it chose to.

      For DECADES when the USSR was in full bloom it supplied, trained, funded the most dangerous Palestinian groups on the face of the planet to murder Jews and Israelis AND AMERICANS.

      Nothing new here.

      The "legitimate Union of Syria" has been and always will be nothing more than a terrorist, thug nation committed to murder those it opposes.

      THERE IS NOTHING NEW HERE.

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    2. Buchanan is an old Jew basher of long standing.

      >>>>Now, Pat Buchanan has long been an anti-Semite. His repulsive publication, The American Conservative, is an isolationist tract featuring the writings of magazine co-founder and open Jew-hater Taki Theodoracopulos, who calls himself a “soi-disant antisemite.” He once characterized Lehman Brothers CEO Richard Fuld as a “very homely, simian-looking Jew who couldn’t punch his way out of a nursery,” and remarked that the United States was in danger of becoming “Israel-occupied territory,” meaning that it would be controlled by “those nice guys who attack rock-throwing youth with armour-piercing missiles.” Said Theodoracopulos, “the way to Uncle Sam’s heart runs through Tel Aviv and Israeli-occupied territory.”

      Buchanan himself is little better. He has engaged in Holocaust denial, stating that diesel exhaust couldn’t have killed 850,000 Jews at Treblinka; he’s criticized the U.S. government for its apology for sheltering Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk. William F. Buckley wrote of Buchanan: ”I find it impossible to defend Pat Buchanan against the charge that what he did and said during the period under examination amounted to anti-Semitism.”<<<<

      Pat Buchanan: Anti-Semite

      March 2, 2012 By Ben Shapiro

      http://frontpagemag.com/2012/ben-shapiro/pat-buchanan-anti-semite/

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    3. Just as the same is true of the Israeli.

      The Israeli who won their portion of Palestine through a series of terrorist attacks and bombings, which gained the terrorist Israelis, "Legitimacy"

      Terrorists that later become Ministers and Presidents of the portion of Palestine currently ruled by the Europeon colonial and still sovereign polity called Israel.

      Yes, the Assads and the Israeli, they rank close of the equivalency scale.
      The Assad's, more anti-Wahhabi than the Israeli.

      The Russians, their culture of political aggression, discrimination and terror now permeates the sovereign polity of the portion of Palestine called Israel.

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    4. Bill Buckley is dead, long ago.

      boobie is a racist, who wrote in November of 2008 that black babies should be aborted.

      Does that taint you FOREVER?

      Seems it shall.

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    5. Did General Bunk say anything?

      Actually NO.

      Sample ole nonsense, same ole shit...

      Thanks General Bunk for proving once again you can also be lead around a room with a laser pointer like a dumb rodent you are.

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    6. Back to Israel being a European colony.

      Back to fantasy island.

      Nothing new here.

      Back to bed for me.

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    7. Well, WiO is right, it is entertainment, albeit of a sick kind.

      >>Thanks General Bunk for proving once again you can also be lead around a room with a laser pointer like a dumb rodent you are.<<

      I think of a cat chasing its tail.

      Like this - General Bunk in the morning -

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAyxS-03fO4

      "Crazy"

      Maybe I'll stay around awhile.

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    8. Bob now that you bring it up...

      israel is an amazing nation, a melting pot so to speak. Hundreds of thousands of Jews escaping the evils of the arab lands, hundreds of thousands of jews escaping the evils or africa and europe all come together with christians, bh'ia's, druze, moslems and arabs (not to mention wiccans, atheists, and good ole fashioned pagans. To create a vibrant nation on the Med.

      "Start up nation" was the apt title of a book recently published about israel.

      It's a great read.

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  8. Meanwhile, non-large hydro Renewables accounted for 21% of the Electricity in the World's 10th largest economy, yesterday (with Solar getting up to around 15.5 Gigawatt Hrs.)

    CaISO

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  9. House Passes Bill to Bypass Obama on Keystone...drudge

    The people's House is getting is getting impatient with Obama's stupid policy.

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    1. Regardless of the Republican House, if Obama does not sign the GOP legislation, it will fail to become law.

      That is the GOP objective, to actually pass legislation into law, or not?

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    2. Bob, dont respond to the above poster's (General Bunk) lack of understanding how law is actually accomplished.

      Do not try to educate the uneducable.

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    3. Oh, all right.

      I'll resist the temptation.

      :)

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    4. Law requires the President's signature or a 2/3 vote in both House and Senate.

      The Republicans in the House, do not hold 2/3rds and the Senate, good luck at at getting 65 votes.

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    5. When they'd need 66.

      Historically, Congress has overridden fewer than ten percent of all presidential vetoes.


      According the the Congressional Research service, from 1789 through 2004, only 106 of 1,484 regular presidential vetoes were overridden by Congress.


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    6. Bob, now when General Bunk is challenged he googles an answer to cover his ass...

      Notice you cant "pin" the General down to ANY specific point as he/she/it always can twist, wiggle, distort, lie or just make it up to change the question.

      This is a classic narcissist personality disorder.

      never can be wrong, cant make a mistake, has to lie, cheat and distort (or make it up) to "win" some meaningless argument.

      Perfect example of an aged, retired, loser.

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  10. No one is really pounding the table on the Keystone XL, and there is a couple of reasons for that.

    1) All of the bitumen that's being produced in the tar sands is already getting to the U.S. in existing pipelines.

    2) One of the reasons for the pipeline is to pick up crude from the Bakken, and they might be having a hard time getting commitments from the Bakken Producers. The Bakken looks like it is going to "top out" this year, and the decline, once it sets in, could be swift.

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    1. It's been approved by everyone but Obama.

      Myself, I can't fathom his reasoning.

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    2. Perhaps he's not in a hurry to piss off a large part of his base, AND raise gasoline prices in the Midwest.

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    3. Raising gasoline prices in the Midwest, that would fit into his political opponents game plan.

      Though Mitch McConnell failed at his primary objective for 2012, doubt that will deter him from putting partisan politics above national interests, again.

      ( 11/3/10) “Over the past week, some have said it was indelicate of me to suggest that our top political priority over the next two years should be to deny President Obama a second term in office,"


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    4. General Bunk has an opinion on every subject.

      Amazing.

      But opinions are like assholes and everyone has one and most? stink..

      That's our General Bunk...

      One opinion after another posted at the speed of an Israeli Core 2 Duo microprocessor....

      Thanks Israel!!!!

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  11. The Republicans do not want to reform or decrease Federal authority, they just want to control it for themselves and their crones.
    Just as the Democrats do.

    The Republicans pine another time, early in the GW Bush tenure.
    When there was not a single Presidential veto.

    Everything was so good to go!

    Stay the Course!

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  12. I do find it funny that the Racist and the Israeli are working together, trying to find a way to avoid the reality of their past statements.

    Statements made that are easily referenced, in time and space.

    The Racist was defending Apartheid in South Africa, just the other day. Saying, and I'm paraphrasing now;
    'The children there, they are not yet ready for freedom'

    The Israeli portion of the partition ... well you know.

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    1. He did mention his admiration for Hitler and seeing his own father in a new, rather unfavorable light.

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    2. Did General Bunk say anything again?

      No, distortions lies and make believe.

      The world KNOWS that General Bunk is full of "bunk"

      No point in addressing any specific point as he will lie, distort or just make it up as he goes.

      Notice the post he makes "He did mention his admiration for Hitler and seeing his own father in a new, rather unfavorable light."

      No specific actual quote can be attributed. Just General Bunk off his meds again...

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    3. Now I will respond to this:

      desert ratThu May 23, 09:42:00 AM EDT
      I do find it funny that the Racist and the Israeli are working together, trying to find a way to avoid the reality of their past statements.

      Statements made that are easily referenced, in time and space.



      Then post IN CONTEXT any and all post you lie, distort or mislead about...

      Or SHUT THE FUCK UP LOSER..


      :)

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      Statements made that are easily referenced, in time and space.


      Easily 'referenced' but evidently impossible to re-post.

      .

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      Since it's so easy to reference in time and space, rat, why don't you reference the specific date for WiO's statement?

      .

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    6. .

      As I recall, cowboy, you displayed a little faux aumbrage a while back while disputing something I said about you. Told me to put up or shut up.

      Or, to be more precise, to put up or "shut the fuck up".

      .

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  13. Buchanan is an anti-semite because Ben Shapiro says he is?

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    1. No because HUNDREDS of his columns have proven over the decades that he is. Now many who hate israel or see Jews as some 5th column reject such analysis but really it's not up to them to make that decision.

      Pat Buchanan statements, column and points of views are what they are.

      Just be honest.

      He is what he is.

      An anti-semite.

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    2. No evidence is presented, just the opinion, out of context, of a dead man.

      That's the entire case made.
      No evidence, no references, just hyperbole and lies.
      It always is.

      That's their stock and trade.
      Learned it from Goebbels, they did.

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    3. Did the anti-semite General Bunk rise to defend the other anti-Semite?


      Man my laser is smoking watching the General run around...

      that's entertainment.

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    4. You better buy new batteries, you Palestinian you.




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    5. I got a solar laser for you General Bunk.

      Getting more predicable by the day if not by the hour.

      zap...

      And by the way, Jews are the Original and only true Palestinians... The arabs? carpet baggers JUST LIKE you in your bottom lands...

      a parasite living off of others lands.

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  14. Ben Shapiro was born in Los Angeles in 1984. Skipping two grades, Shapiro graduated from Yeshiva University High School of Los Angeles in 2000 at age 16. He then enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and graduated with a political science degree summa cum laude in 2004. He also wrote a column for the Daily Bruin student newspaper at UCLA from 2000 to 2002. Shapiro graduated from Harvard Law School in 2007. The Daily Bruin suspended Shapiro after he complained on radio talk shows that the newspaper refused to print his column accusing Muslim student groups of supporting terrorism.

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    1. Attacking Shapiro doesnt challenge Buchanan's Israel and Jew hatred.

      You are just dismissing the messenger.

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    2. I do not believe that Buchanan in an anti-semite.

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    3. I also don’t subscribe to thought police. Buchanan says what he thinks. He has been besmirched by those that object to a free thinker.

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    4. Well of COURSE you don't.. But it's really not up to you is it?

      The collective community that he offends have made their minds up, and of course your are allowed to disagree.

      I am sure, in between your israel bashing, bibi slanderous blog posts you will post something positive about ole Pat.

      But deuce, honestly? You recoil when I accused you of being anti-semetic.

      LOOK in the mirror. Your posts, your words, your bashing, your slander your bias against jews, israel , bibi?

      A rose by any other name is still a rose.

      Try going a month without posting a HIT piece on Jews or Israel then we can discuss, tip then? This blog and you are getting the reputation (ie Jenny, Rat and selective others you attract) that share a hatred of Israel and Jews.

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    5. Once again quot tries to conflate a sovereign polity in Palestine to Judaism.

      Is Israel a Theocracy?

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    6. Did General Bunk again try to argue some moronic point?

      Yep I think he did...

      Another weird anti-zionist point?

      yep.

      Better adjust your tin hat and take you meds crazy General Bunk.

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    7. Is Israel a Theocracy?
      Simple question.

      How can it represent, be conflated with Judaism, if it is not?

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    8. Come on, quot here is your chance.

      Educate ...

      Illuminate ...

      Explain.

      Be literate.

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    9. Sorry General Bunk you are not worthy of any serious discussion on any subject with the exception of MAYBE riding a horse.

      You lie, twist and distort reality.

      There is no hope for you EVER.

      So no, do your own research, argue with yourself.

      You are as the Christian's good book a perfect example of cast pearls before swine.

      "Do not give what is holy to the dogs; nor cast your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you in pieces."

      You sir? Are that DOG.

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  15. In a column written for Townhall.com in 2003, Shapiro proposed to expel the Palestinian population from the West Bank.

    As Jeffrey Goldberg noted, “this was the position of the extremist Meir Kahane, who was banned by the Israeli Supreme Court from participating in Israeli politics because of his racist views.”.

    In the article, Shapiro states that “if Germans, who had a centuries-old connection to the newly created Polish territory, could be expelled, then surely Palestinians, whose claim to Judea, Samaria and Gaza is dubious at best, can be expelled.”


    Shapiro is an ethnic cleanser and an outspoken advocate of apartheid.

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  16. Show me anything that Buchanan has written that compares with that.

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    1. Deuce, Your post is specious,

      What Shapiro proposed if you choose to bring it up should be presented in total.

      To ask for specific examples of that specific statement is not proof of ole Pat's biases.

      Those that Pat's position effect, the Jews and Israel have clearly understood for DECADES who and what Pat says.

      Just as Obama may not specifically order the IRS to go after conservative tea party group he leads by his statement.

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  18. Provide PROOF of the charges you make against Buchanan, quot.
    Find an article Buchanan wrote that defile Judaism.
    I do know you will not, can not.

    We know who and what you are, quot.

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    1. LOL

      General Bunk is now making those stalking threats...

      lol

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    2. desert ratThu May 23, 10:01:00 AM EDT
      Provide PROOF of the charges you make against Buchanan, quot.
      Find an article Buchanan wrote that defile Judaism.
      I do know you will not, can not.

      We know who and what you are, quot.



      Next will General Bunk say "we have WAYS of making you talk"

      LOL

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    3. General Bunk, a sick twisted soul...

      Demanding PROOF of anything?


      LOL

      Sick twisted puppy...

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    4. At least I do not admire Hitler, as you have told the whirled you do.

      But, back to Buchanan and your lies about him.

      Where is the article where he defiles Judaism/

      You said he wrote it.
      I could not find one when I looked.
      Where is it?
      Let us all read it.

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    5. In WiO's world if you criticize Israel you are classified as an anti-Semite.

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    6. That i true, ash, in as far as quot is concerned.

      But the idea of it, is a lie.

      Israel and Judaism are not the same.
      Judaism is a religion.

      Israel, it is a sovereign polity in a portion of Palestine.

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    7. Yawn.

      The General is getting desperate.

      Notice how he INCREASES the lies with ever post?

      :)

      Loser.

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    8. AshThu May 23, 10:24:00 AM EDT
      In WiO's world if you criticize Israel you are classified as an anti-Semite.


      Actually ash, no your are wrong. Israelis and Jews criticize Israel on an hourly basis, decent people of all faiths can criticize Israel on many issues.

      That doesn't make the an anti-semite.

      Now for you to make that charge? It's offensive. If Deuce had only post one or two column about something Israel did wrong, in proportion to all the other nations in the area (since this blog is NOT about Israel) and if this blog had posted even a 20% positive rate about Israel verses the almost daily hit pieces on Israel, Bibi, American Jews etc then you might have a point.

      This blog over the course of thousands of threads, and who knows how many posts have sought to de-ligitmze the State of Israel, it's leaders and it's actions, coupled with attacks on American Jews and AIPAC the opinion is clear.

      So I actually think your point that "In WiO's world if you criticize Israel you are classified as an anti-Semite." is quite frankly? FULL OF SHIT

      have a nice day

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    9. I am glad to see that you don't equate criticism of Israel with being anti-Semitic. You have, in the past, equated criticism of Zionism with being anti-Semitic. Is that not the case now?

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    10. Ash, there really is a lot of that going around these days. Criticizing Israel when one is really after 'the Jews'.

      If you keep your eyes open, you will see it.

      Israel, like all nations, is open to criticism.

      I think it is a remarkable place, a remarkable achievement.

      Believe it or not, I could think of ways to criticize Israel, but don't do so much, as to me the positives so heavily outweigh the negatives. And to me it is like criticizing one's cultural ancestors. And really what is the point of that, when the influence has been such a good one?

      Many of the people that came early here from Europe felt they were crossing the Red Sea themselves, an image they often used. And they built finally a Republic - if we can keep it - that has been finally basically good to us all.

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    11. I really don't care what you think Bob. You have demonstrated a remarkable ability to post meaningless drivel and you have done so again.

      For example, you just wrote:

      "Criticizing Israel when one is really after 'the Jews'.

      If you keep your eyes open, you will see it."

      riiiight, just keep your eyes open and you will see behind the curtain to the real motive as opposed to actual criticism of Israel. Do you really think Deuce's criticism of Israel is simply a function of his hatred for people of the Jewish race....errrr, faith?

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    13. and boobie, should we ignore all that you say because you are anti-Muslim? All you say because of your pathological hatred of all things Islam?

      I think we should ignore you because of your lack of logic, insight, and constant stream of unremarkable drivel but not because you are the racist that you are.

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    14. AshThu May 23, 11:46:00 AM EDT
      I am glad to see that you don't equate criticism of Israel with being anti-Semitic. You have, in the past, equated criticism of Zionism with being anti-Semitic. Is that not the case now?

      Ash the modern movement of deligitimizing Israel as anti-zionism is anti-semitism

      That is not the same as having issue with or criticizing Israel.

      Arguing that Israel has no right to exist?

      anti-semitism

      criticizing Israel's settlements? affairs, politics? fair game.

      Now if all you do is find fault with israel and NEVER have anything nice to say? and all you do is find fault with american jews as "traitors" to the USA? and if you hold israel to ONE standard and no one to any standard?

      anti-semitism

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    15. Now notice how the argument goes...

      AshThu May 23, 10:24:00 AM EDT
      In WiO's world if you criticize Israel you are classified as an anti-Semite.

      Once answered the original "accusation" disappears and is replaced by a different one....

      AshThu May 23, 11:46:00 AM EDT You have, in the past, equated criticism of Zionism with being anti-Semitic. Is that not the case now?

      So your original statement is false. "In WiO's world if you criticize Israel you are classified as an anti-Semite."

      Then when pressed it changes to something complete in a different league.

      Anti-zionism is the modern day anti-Semitism.

      If you feel that only americans, arabs, canadians, russians and all other peoples of the world are allowed statehood (that are already a state that is) but somehow you hold a special hatred for the State of Israel, a member state of the UN. A Nation. And somehow you express your opinion that Israel has no right to be a nation?

      you are an anti-semite.

      period.



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    16. AshThu May 23, 12:09:00 PM EDT you really think Deuce's criticism of Israel is simply a function of his hatred for people of the Jewish race....errrr, faith?


      Yes.

      Deuce applies one standard to israel and almost no standards to anyone else. He has gotten better at bashing other nations, including the USA. However to be "fair" Israel is just one nation out of hundreds, it population is less than 10 million it's land foot print is tiny and yet deuce focuses on Israel, jews, Bibi in a disproportionate way.

      Given the scum that are attracted to the opinions that Deuce puts out about bibi, Aipac, Israel it's a wonder to figure out why so much IRRATIONAL hatred for Israel, Bibi, AIPAC, Americans that support Israel and so on...

      Answer your own question, go back and look at the blog threads in the last 5 years. Trashing Israel, Jews, AIPAC & Bibi are a major focus...

      WHY??

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    17. WiO,

      Why is criticizing Zionism anti-Semitic?

      from wiki:

      "Zionism (Hebrew: ציונות‎, Tsiyonut; Arabic: صهيونية‎, Șahyouniyyah) is a form of nationalism of Jews and Jewish culture that supports a Jewish nation state in the territory defined as the Land of Israel.[1] Zionism supports Jews upholding their Jewish identity, opposes the assimilation of Jews into other societies and has advocated the return of Jews to Israel as a means for Jews to be a majority in their own nation,..."

      "The Land of Israel (Hebrew: אֶרֶץ יִשְׂרָאֵל ʼÉreṣ Yiśrāʼēl, Eretz Yisrael) is a name for the territory roughly corresponding to the area encompassed by the Southern Levant (also known in English as Land of Canaan, Palestine, the Promised Land, or simply the Holy Land)."


      It seems to me perfectly reasonable and not anti-Semitic to believe that the Israel should not be entitled to all the land as defined by the bible and it is also not anti-Semitic to believe that Israeli citizenship, alone among the nations in the world, to be defined by a racial/faith criteria. To dispute these issues is NOT anti-Semitic. In fact some Jews are not on board with Zionism.

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    18. ash: It seems to me perfectly reasonable and not anti-Semitic to believe that the Israel should not be entitled to all the land as defined by the bible

      Where did I say I support all lands as defined by the bible?

      Israel's borders are no where near that.

      ASH: and it is also not anti-Semitic to believe that Israeli citizenship, alone among the nations in the world, to be defined by a racial/faith criteria. To dispute these issues is NOT anti-Semitic. In fact some Jews are not on board with Zionism.


      Again, where do you get your facts? Thousands of non-jews get citizenship in Israel every year. 20% of Israel is arab.


      Ash: it is also not anti-Semitic to believe that Israeli citizenship, alone among the nations in the world, to be defined by a racial/faith criteria.

      Saudi Arabia? Are you allowed to be a citizen of that nation as a Jew?

      Again you are running around....

      ASH: To dispute these issues is NOT anti-Semitic.


      To deligitimize the right for Israel to be a Jewish state is anti-semitic.

      ASH: In fact some Jews are not on board with Zionism.

      Sure and some Jews love ham, crossdressing and taking it up the ass? So?

      I love the "some jews" argument...

      completely bullshit.

      If you cannot accept the right of jewish self determination in a state called Israel? you are an antisemite.

      If you have an issue with the borders of Israel? fine.

      If you support every other group such as the palestinians, the egyptian, the americans, the canadians, the germans all to have the right to a homeland and you do not offer the same for the Jews??? Besides being a hypocritical prick? You are an anti-semite.

      Package it any way you want, argue that the Jews have no right to the western wall of the temple, say that israel sucks for all I care, that doesnt make you an anti-semite. Say that only the Jews in the world have no rights to self determination? can you say anti-semite.

      Why do you insist on changing the argument when you get cornered?

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    19. No, I am not changing the argument when getting cornered but it appears you are.

      Is not Zionism the desire to have Israel as defined by biblical Israel or are you adopting a more watered down version of Zionism which simply wants a state for Jews?

      One can have no problem with Jews, thus not being anti-Semitic, and still believe that Israel should not occupy the biblical lands as promised.

      Also one can have no problem with Jews, thus not being anti-Semitic, and still believe that Israel defined as a Jewish state is problematic.

      It is you that is conflating criticism of Zionism with being anti-Semitic.

      I found this interesting bit online:

      "Zionism and Judaism - Opponents of Zionism and anti-Semites have sometimes identified all Jews as "Zionists" and used the terms "Jew" and Zionist interchangeably. For example, the Hamas charter lays the blame for the French Revolution on "Zionists" - though there were no Zionists in the 18th century. They clearly mean "Jews." Conversely, others have claimed that Zionism is not, and was never, representative of views of the majority of Jews. From its inception, Zionism enjoyed wide popular support, particular in Eastern Europe and Russia. Most German Jews were probably not Zionists, but Germany was the center of the Zionist movement for many years. Jewish financiers and philanthropists, however, most of whom were Western Europeans, were largely indifferent to Zionism and reluctant to finance settlement in Palestine. In the United States, Zionism became popular among Jews thanks to the leadership of Justice Louis Brandeis, but most American Jews supported Zionism as a solution for other Jews. They have been active Zionists in the sense of contributing money for settlement in Palestine and Israel and offering political support, but not to the extent of settling in Palestine or Israel themselves. A small minority of American Jews remains actively and vocally anti-Zionist, and many profess indifference. Some new groups, such as Brit Tsedek veshalom and J Street use the term "pro-Israel" and avoid the words "Zionism" and "Zionist." Their motivation for avoiding the word "Zionism" is not clear, since they claim to support Israel as the state of the Jewish people, which is the heart of Zionist ideology. Some studies have shown that "Zionism" and "Jew" have negative connotations even among Jews. "

      http://www.mideastweb.org/zionism.htm



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    20. AshThu May 23, 03:01:00 PM EDT
      No, I am not changing the argument when getting cornered but it appears you are.

      Is not Zionism the desire to have Israel as defined by biblical Israel or are you adopting a more watered down version of Zionism which simply wants a state for Jews?

      whoa there bucky....

      you did change your argument when cornered.

      Being critical of Israel aint the same thing as being an anti-zionist.

      My views on zionism are directly aligned with Israel's. this position was enshrined in 1948 when the modern state was reborn.

      And that zionist dream of a state of Israel for the Jewish homeland is the zionist dream. jewish self determination.

      No where is zionism defined specifically from the river to the sea. that's why Jews that have led the state of Israel compromised and accepted a much smaller state than the league of nations promised.

      stick to the specific issue you start with without distraction or wiggling...

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    21. ash I am glad to see that you don't equate criticism of Israel with being anti-Semitic.

      ash You have, in the past, equated criticism of Zionism with being anti-Semitic. Is that not the case now?


      One has NOTHING to do with the other.

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    22. So you admit that your statement above:

      "Anti-zionism is the modern day anti-Semitism."

      was miss-guided?

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    23. I state with clarity

      ""Anti-zionism is the modern day anti-Semitism."

      If you are against the self determination of the Jewish people in their own state? You are a bigot.

      But that was not your point at 1st.

      you stated that : "In WiO's world if you criticize Israel you are classified as an anti-Semite."


      Sit with that issue 1st.

      That comment was garbage.

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    24. Now your 2nd changed accusation/question.

      You have, in the past, equated criticism of Zionism with being anti-Semitic. Is that not the case now?


      Now that is a different issue.

      And said again, if you have issues with zionism? Fine, If you think "zionsim" is wrong? Then yes it means your an anti-semite since UNLESS you decry ALL other people's self determination you only have issues with Jews having a homeland. And that is anti semitic

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  19. How can Israel, a sovereign polity in Palestine, be conflated with Judaism if it is not a theocracy?

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    1. General Bunk might I suggest you go read a book?

      lol

      Loser.

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    2. How can Poland be thought Christian if it isn't a theocracy like the Vatican?

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    3. Is Israel a Theocracy?
      Simple question.

      How can it represent, be conflated with Judaism, if it is not?


      Is Israel a Religious or a Secular State?

      By Austin Cline, About.com GuideJuly 23, 2006

      http://atheism.about.com/b/2006/07/23/is-israel-a-religious-or-a-secular-state.htm

      >>>
      Ever since its creation, there have been debates and disagreements about the nature of the state of Israel. Formally, it's a secular democracy where Judaism is privileged; in reality, many orthodox Jews believe that Israel should be a theocratic state where Judaism is the supreme law of the land. Secular and orthodox Jews are at odds over the future of Israel and it's uncertain what will happen.

      Eric Silver writes in the February, 1990 issue of Political Quarterly:

      Israel’s Proclamation of Independence makes few concessions to the Almighty. The word ‘God’ does not appear, though there is a passing reference to trusting in the ‘Rock of Israel’. Israel, it decrees, will be a Jewish state, but the concept is nowhere defined. The state, it says, ‘will be based on the principles of liberty, justice and peace as conceived by the Prophets of Israel; will uphold the full social and political equality of all its citizens, without distinction of religion, race, or sex; will guarantee freedom of religion, conscience, education and culture; will safeguard the Holy Places of all religions; and will loyally uphold the principles of the United Nations Charter’.

      Every student of modern Israel should reread the proclamation of May 14, 1948, at least once a year. It is a reminder of the secular vision of the founding fathers. Israel was to be a modern democratic state, an expression of Jewish nationalism rather than Jewish faith. The text reads as if the drafting committee was more familiar with the American and French revolutions than with the intricacies of Talmud. The phrase ‘as conceived by the Prophets of Israel’ is little more than rhetoric. Which of the Prophets were they talking about? Immediately after a clause proclaiming the ‘establishment of the Jewish State in Palestine’, the document promises that a constitution will be drawn up by a constituent assembly ‘not later than 1 October, 1948’. Forty-one years later, the people of Israel are still waiting, not least because of a reluctance by successive governments to define (and thus calcify) the Jewishness of the Jewish state.<<<

      This article seems to give some basic balance to the issue.

      It is certainly not like the theocracies in Saudi Arabia or Iran, it is not the Vatican.

      Yet it is a special place for all Jews. After 20 centuries of persecution, they deserve it, and have earned it.

      It is much more like.....the United States in a way, where Christianity has until recently had something of a privileged position.

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    4. General Bunk cannot see anything other than in simple terms.

      He always demands 'a simple answer' to 'a simple question' but reality is often just not that way.

      Delete
    5. If it is not a theocracy, then it does not represent Judaism.
      It may be a 'special' place for Jews, but it cannot be conflated with Judaism.

      Thank you, boobie.

      The state of Israel, a sovereign polity, a portion of Palestine.

      Glad we are all on the same page.

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    6. Poland may be thought of as being Christian, but if someone were to tell a Polish joke they would not be called a hater of Christians.

      Delete
    7. General Bunk comment above his pay grade.

      Notice the false arguments he sets up?

      Loves to agree with himself.. Argue with himself...

      Get's his rocks off winning his argument with himself..

      Crazy ole fool

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  20. Tesla paid off their $450 Million DOE Loan (the one that Romney called a "loser" loan.)

    9 Years Early.

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    1. Wow, impressive, so how many loans did obama's administration go belly up? And for what amount?

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    2. Maybe, 1/100th of what we gave Israel last year. Now, go away, and leave me alone.

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    3. >>>Maybe, 1/100th of what we gave Israel last year. Now, go away, and leave me alone.<<<

      Bwahahahahaha

      That's really quite funny, Rufus.

      And the:

      >>Now, go away, and leave me alone<<

      I find humorous too.

      'my haead hurts, I don wanna talk no more'

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    4. 'an I don wanna talk about F and F, Benghazi, AP, or the IRS neither'

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    5. Rufus, excellent response,

      Israel gets 3 billion a year in military aid. Zero economic aid.
      70% of the 3 billion is spent on American military supplies.

      America gets in return for that many things, to many to list now.


      You stated: Tesla paid off their $450 Million DOE Loan then added:

      Maybe, 1/100th of what we gave Israel last year. Now, go away, and leave me alone.

      My math says that that's about 15% of what we give Israel in aid. Hardly 1/100th.

      If you are going to be an asshole? try better math,...

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    6. What is "Occupation"Thu May 23, 11:04:00 AM EDT
      Wow, impressive, so how many loans did obama's administration go belly up? And for what amount?


      I love the fact that you ignored the amount of belly up loans that did not do well under the Obama administration all the while being impressed with Tesla's repayment..

      How about GM?

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    7. I don't know of any. The fact is, I'm sick of you, I'm sick of bob, and I'm sick of Israel. Now, go away.

      Delete
    8. Ah, Rufus is mad little corn fuel boy?

      Fuck you....

      Now you go away....

      May I suggest a nice corn field?

      If your sick of me, bob and Israel then dont comment to me, bob or Israel...

      you stupid old fuck.

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    9. But I LOVE the way when you are presented with FACTS, not personality issues that disagree with you you get all huffy and puffy..

      loser.

      cant answer about obama's other failed loans, cant answer about GM....

      got to make it about me and bob and israel

      you are one pathetic corn lover

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  21. Interesting news...

    (Reuters) - Hundreds of youths have set fire to cars and attacked police and rescue services in poor immigrant suburbs in three nights of rioting in Stockholm, Sweden's worst disorder in years.

    On Tuesday night, a police station in the Jakobsberg area in the northwest of the city was attacked, two schools were damaged and an arts and crafts center was set ablaze, despite a call for calm from Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt.

    Those youths? Moslems of course....

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/22/us-sweden-riots-idUSBRE94L0CH20130522

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    1. >>>in poor immigrant suburbs<<<

      Least they are burning down their own areas.

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  22. It looks like Europe is pulling China down, moreso than us. Tha's interestin'.

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    1. I've said that Europe would "go first," and, that, unlike the "smart" money, I wasn't altogether convinced that we, and not China, would go second.

      China might, still, outlast us; but it's looking less, and less, like a "slam-dunk."

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  23. Thu May 23, 09:44:00 AM EDT

    Buchanan is an anti-semite because Ben Shapiro says he is?
    ...

    I really don't know who Ben Shapiro is but that was just the first article that came up under Pat Buchanan anti-Semite.

    There are many articles there.

    The one I posted quotes William F. Buckley as a source.

    I think Buchanan suffered a sea change of some sort maybe 25 years ago or something. He seems to have always been around. I didn't use to link him with anti-Semitism, but do now.

    There are however some other of his ideas that would go over well here. Kind of a libertarian type guy these days in many ways. There are a lot worse people out there. He's an old line Catholic type.

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  24. Wow, 30% Spreads all over Iowa. And, this, on the back end of a Sixty Year Drought.

    Iowa E85

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  25. 'Shame On Us' If We Erect Him...
    First campaign stop: Harlem...
    Press frenzy...
    More Lewd Photos Might Come Out...



    PREMATURE ELECTION: CUOMO SLAPS WEINER

    drudge

    Without looking it up, I think Weiner is Jewish, like Michael Savage, and he is married to that ass Huma.

    I like Savage, dislike A. Weiner.

    See how it goes with me?

    Both Weiners, one good apple, one bad apple, in my view.



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  26. Happy Days may be coming again -

    >>>The Washington Post polling results indicate that Democrats could be heading for a tough time in next year's midterm elections. The IRS and Benghazi scandals aren't going away anytime soon. The bad news that is sure to come in the weeks and months ahead will only energize conservatives and depress the Democrats' voter base.

    Barack Obama likely doesn't face impeachment, but a crippled presidency. The latter can be much worse than the former for Democrats.<<<


    May 23, 2013
    WaPo Poll: Trouble for Obama
    By J. Robert Smith

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/05/wapo_poll_trouble_for_obama.html


    Work is the curse of the drinking man. Though I'd rather sit and watch Fox News, gotta run...

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  27. On Jews

    Buchanan referred to Capitol Hill as "Israeli-occupied territory." (St. Louis Post Dispatch, 10/20/90)

    During the Gulf crisis: "There are only two groups that are beating the drums for war in the Middle East -- the Israeli defense ministry and its 'amen corner' in the United States." (McLaughlin Group, 8/26/90)

    In a 1977 column, Buchanan said that despite Hitler's anti-Semitic and genocidal tendencies, he was "an individual of great courage.... Hitler's success was not based on his extraordinary gifts alone. His genius was an intuitive sense of the mushiness, the character flaws, the weakness masquerading as morality that was in the hearts of the statesmen who stood in his path." (Guardian, 1/14/92)

    Writing of "group fantasies of martyrdom," Buchanan challenged the historical record that thousands of Jews were gassed to death by diesel exhaust at Treblinka: "Diesel engines do not emit enough carbon monoxide to kill anybody." (New Republic, 10/22/90) Buchanan's columns have run in the Liberty Lobby's Spotlight, the German-American National PAC newsletter and other publications that claim Nazi death camps are a Zionist concoction.

    Buchanan called for closing the U.S. Justice Department's Office of Special Investigations, which prosecuted Nazi war criminals, because it was "running down 70-year-old camp guards." (New York Times, 4/21/87)

    Buchanan was vehement in pushing President Reagan -- despite protests -- to visit Germany's Bitburg cemetery, where Nazi SS troops were buried. At a White House meeting, Buchanan reportedly reminded Jewish leaders that they were "Americans first" -- and repeatedly scrawled the phrase "Succumbing to the pressure of the Jews" in his notebook. Buchanan was credited with crafting Ronald Reagan's line that the SS troops buried at Bitburg were "victims just as surely as the victims in the concentration camps." (New York Times, 5/16/85; New Republic, 1/22/96)

    After Cardinal O'Connor criticized anti-Semitism during the controversy over construction of a convent near Auschwitz, Buchanan wrote: "If U.S. Jewry takes the clucking appeasement of the Catholic cardinalate as indicative of our submission, it is mistaken. When Cardinal O'Connor of New York seeks to soothe the always irate Elie Wiesel by reassuring him 'there are many Catholics who are anti-Semitic'...he speaks for himself. Be not afraid, Your Eminence; just step aside, there are bishops and priests ready to assume the role of defender of the faith." (New Republic, 10/22/90)

    The Buchanan '96 campaign's World Wide Web site included an article blaming the death of White House aide Vincent Foster on the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad -- and alleging that Foster and Hillary Clinton were Mossad spies. (The campaign removed the article after its existence was reported by a Jewish on-line news service; Jewish Telegraphic Agency, 2/21/96.)

    In his September 1993 speech to the Christian Coalition, Buchanan declared: "Our culture is superior. Our culture is superior because our religion is Christianity and that is the truth that makes men free." (ADL Report, 1994)

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    1. Pat Buchanan in His Own Words

      http://fair.org/press-release/pat-buchanan-in-his-own-words/

      Also Pat on:

      Women
      African/Americans
      Immigrants and People of Color
      Gays
      Democracy


      There is one group that is oddly missing here/

      You have five minutes to guess.

      Start - now

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    2. Praise for Hitler, even if vile is not antisemitic, or quot would be classified as an antisemitic.

      Criticism of Israel is not antisemitic.

      To challenge the Death Camps, not to clever or even accurate, but not antisemitic.

      Wasting Federal tax payer money chasing 70 year old Germans in the US, silly.
      Especially when there are real terrorists in our midst. To point that out not antisemitic.

      Visiting Germany and prodding Mr Reagan to not blame the victims of Hitler for the fate. That is certainly not antisemitic. To echo Teddy Roosevelt's sentiments about hyphenated Americans, not antisemitic.

      The Mossad is not a branch of Judaism. To suspect them of spying on the US, neither antisemitic or unreasonable. Jonathon Pollard so exemplifies.

      To claim Christianity superior, not antisemitic.
      No more than proclaiming Judaism to be the font of civilization is contra-Christian.

      Not once, in your examples did Buchanan defile Judaism or Jews.






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  28. >>>>Rufus IIThu May 23, 01:32:00 PM EDT

    I don't know of any. The fact is, I'm sick of you, I'm sick of bob, and I'm sick of Israel. Now, go away.<<<<

    These are hard days for you, Rufus.

    Barky is being shown to be an out and out thug.

    I understand.

    You are a good person.

    Don't feel your reputation suffers because of Barky's misdeeds, his tearing up of the Constitution, his lying, his enemies list, his targeting of fellow citizens, his leaving fellow citizens to die at Benghazi, his advocacy of putting children who survive abortions in a 'comfort room' to die, his sympathy with muslims, his disdain of Israel.

    This is not you, Rufus, it is Barky.

    All anyone is asking is that you wake up a bit.

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  29. Swedish riots rage for fourth night...

    Immigrant suburbs ablaze...

    'We don't know why they are doing this'...

    Ugly side of 'Nordic model'...drudge
    ....

    Folks, it seems there is 'trouble with the Nordic model'.

    They don't seem to assimilate. The second generation is worse than the first, the third worse than the second.

    A pastime in their 'community' is raping blue eyed, blond haired Swedish girls.

    I forget the percentage, but a high percentage have been raped, beaten up.

    Some of whom I may be distantly related to by blood.

    Also, lounging around, not working, taking welfare.

    Whining about their rights, whining about this, whining about that, but always whining.

    Their neighborhoods are now 'no go' areas for ordinary Swedes, who don't want to be attacked.

    And, can you blame them, the ordinary Swedes, for trying to stay away from them?



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    1. ah, a post of dyed in the wool racist.

      You are one sad sack boobie!

      Delete
    2. The rate seems to be around 25%.

      The Living Hell For Swedish women: 5% Muslim Pop commit nearly 77.6% of all rape crimes

      http://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2012/08/20/the-living-hell-for-swedish-women-5-muslims-commit-nearly-77-6-of-all-rape-crimes/

      .....


      1 in 4 Swedish Women Will Be Raped by Muslims as Sexual Assaults Increase 500%

      February 6, 2013 | Posted in Anti-White Crime, Current News, Sweden |

      Sweden has imported huge numbers of Muslim immigrants with catastrophic effect.


      Sweden’s population grew from 9 million to 9.5 million in the years 2004-2012, mainly due to immigration from “countries like Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia”. 16 percent of all newborns have mothers born in non-Western countries. Employment rate among immigrants: 54 percent.

      Sweden now has the second highest number of rapes in the world, after South Africa, which at 53.2 per 100,000 is six times higher than the United States. Statistics now suggest that 1 out of every 4 Swedish women will be raped.


      http://unityofnobility.com/2013/02/06/1-in-4-swedish-women-will-be-raped-by-muslims-as-sexual-assaults-increase-500/


      And many other sites report the same.

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  30. >>>ah, a post of dyed in the wool racist.

    You are one sad sack boobie!<<<

    Read the information about Sweden, Ash, then get back to me.

    And, my views are not racist, but they are distinctly tending to the view that Moslems and others don't seem to get along well together.

    Why, just the other day a British citizen, a recent convert to Islam, beheaded a stranger on the streets of London.

    Then showed off his bloody hands, shouting God Is Great, and we will always fight you.

    Ash, I really don't care to be around such people.

    Meanwhile, just today I showed an apartment to a nice American black woman student, and her Asian friend.

    Don't know if they want it yet, but if they do, they got it.

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    1. Ash, a certified dyed in the wool dummie.

      Delete
    2. It is like jumping down the rabbit hole trying to reason with you boobie. Your reasoning is so polluted with your prejudices and obsessions it is useless to even try.

      Gosh, a Muslim hacked to death a British Citizen so boobie says "burn all Muslims".

      Carry on with your brilliant statistical analysis and let the world know how your conclusions tell us all we need to know about everyone.

      Delete
    3. While you are at it boobie, why don't you explain to us how your reasoning works with respect to Catholic priests? Are they all pedophiles?

      Delete
    4. >>>Gosh, a Muslim hacked to death a British Citizen so boobie says "burn all Muslims"<<<

      Where did I say this?

      What I said was:

      >>>Why, just the other day a British citizen, a recent convert to Islam, beheaded a stranger on the streets of London.

      Then showed off his bloody hands, shouting God Is Great, and we will always fight you.

      Ash, I really don't care to be around such people.<<<

      Delete
    5. I think you were put in the Dunce Chair, Ash, for saying all priests were pedophiles, IIRC.

      I have not said that, but I believe you did.

      Delete
    6. Anyone that advocates for the abortion of black babies, and only black babies is a racist.

      Which you did, boobie.
      Right after the general election, November, 2008.

      You are a racist welfare sovereign.

      Delete
    7. desert ratThu May 23, 08:53:00 PM EDT
      Anyone that advocates for the abortion of black babies, and only black babies is a racist.
      Which you did, boobie.
      Right after the general election, November, 2008.
      You are a racist welfare sovereign.



      Wow General Bunk must have had his nap...

      Up and at them!

      Must be trolling the blog to find a sentence to reference so when he is called out he can provide the quote...

      Sort of setting up the game, rigging the table so to speak.

      Pretty lame actually

      Delete

  31. Green Room



    Poll: Brutal numbers for Obamacare

    posted at 12:02 pm on May 23, 2013 by Guy Benson


    Last month, a Kaiser Foundation poll pegged Obamacare’s public support at a tepid 35 percent. A new survey from Fox News confirms that finding. Asked if they’d rather to keep the new law in place or erase it from the history books and revert back to the 2009 system, Americans say they’d strongly prefer turning back the clock:


    22. Do you think it would be better to leave the new health care law in place, or would it be better to go back to the health care system that was in place in 2009?

    Better to keep law: 34 percent
    Better to go back to previous system: 56 percent

    The president’s signature legislative accomplishment is underwater by double digits on this question among every measured demographic — including women, independents and young voters — with the exceptions of registered Democrats and non-whites. The public’s rationale isn’t too complicated. They believe the “Affordable Care Act” will make their families’ lives worse:


    23. In general, how do you expect your health care situation will change as the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare goes into effect — will you and your family be better off or worse off under the new health care law?

    Better off: 26 percent
    Worse off: 53 percent

    Implementation begins in earnest next year, and even the law’s staunchest supporters aren’t expecting great things for the grand roll-out. Mix in the radioactive IRS’ enforcement mandate, plus another Fox poll finding that fully 68 percent of the public views the federal government as “out of control,” and you’d at least think that Republicans have a killer narrative on their hands for 2014.

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    I blast Obama every day for overreach and abuse; yet there is no denying that the Hawks and neocons in the GOP are just as bad if not worse.

    “The president’s speech today will be viewed by terrorists as a victory,” said Sen. Saxby Chambliss (Ga.), the ranking Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee. “Rather than continuing successful counterterrorism activities, we are changing course with no clear operational benefit.”

    Chambliss was also critical of Obama’s plans to try to close Guantanamo, signaling the obstacles that the president will face in Congress.

    Rep. Edward R. Royce, the California Republican who is chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, weighed in with similar criticism. “The troubling reality is that the president continues to underestimate the serious threat that al-Qaeda and its affiliated and inspired terrorists present to Americans,” Royce said in a statement. “Now is not the time to abandon robust efforts to keep Americans safe.”



    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obama-outlines-new-rules-for-drones/2013/05/23/1b5918e6-c3cb-11e2-914f-a7aba60512a7_story.html?hpid=z1

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    1. hmmm....and odd opinion--> "yet there is no denying that the Hawks and neocons in the GOP are just as bad if not worse" <--

      Where is the phone tapping here? Where is the targeting of political speech here?

      Where is the IRS here?

      They may well be as bad but I don't see it in these statements, which seem supportive of Obama's own (previous) policy.

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  34. HOLDER OK'D SEIZURE OF FOX REPORTER EMAILS

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      Hillary?

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  35. Didn't Holder say just the other day he didn't know anything about it, having 'recused' himself?

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  36. Michael Kurtz, Hong Kong-based strategist and head of global equity strategy at Nomura, the Japanese investment bank, said the decline appeared to reflect shorter-term tactical moves by traders, rather than a more durable change in thinking among longer-term investors about Japan's prospects. He still sees Japanese stocks as cheap.

    While the Fed's latest hints of tapering off its stimulus and the disappointing Chinese manufacturing report may have triggered some investor worries Thursday, Mr. Kurtz said neither "rises to the level of a deep fundamental impairment of Japan's medium-term growth and equity-return prospects."

    "In a few weeks' time, we suspect this event will likely be looked back on as having been a helpful buying opportunity," Mr. Kurtz told clients.

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  37. A husband and wife are shopping in their local supermarket.

    The husband picks up a case of Budweiser and puts it in their cart.

    "What do you think you're doing?" asks the wife.

    "They're on sale, only £10 for 24 cans" he replies.

    "Put them back, we can't afford them" demands the wife, and so they carry on shopping.


    A few aisles further on along the woman picks up a £20 jar of face cream and puts it in the basket.

    "What do you think you're doing?" asks the husband.

    "It's my face cream. It makes me look beautiful," replies the wife.

    Her husband retorts: "So does 24 cans of Budweiser and it's half the price."


    That's him on Aisle 5 - he never knew what hit him.

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  38. Yet Moniz noted that more than 90 percent of loan loss reserve Congress established remains intact with losses only representing about 2 percent of the overall $34 billion portfolio.

    Pretty Successful Program

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  39. On this day three years ago, the TV drama LOST aired its series finale, capping a glorious six-year run.

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  40. Now we have California’s rates, and they appear to be significantly less expensive than what forecasters expected.


    On average, the most affordable “silver plan” – which covers 70 percent of the average subscriber’s medical costs – comes with a $276 monthly premium. For the 2.6 million Californians who will receive federal subsidies, the price is a good deal less expensive, the amount noted in green below.

    California Premiums Coming In Much Cheaper Than Expected

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  41. >>For the multiple European economies stuck in recession- and/or stagnation mode, voluntarily taking on higher energy costs — one of the most fundamental building blocks of cost of living that in turn has an effect on nearly everything else — by disallowing certain types of domestic energy production, in favor of subsidizing less efficient and affordable ones, is a terrible idea. No doubt many determinedly ‘green’ and and environmentalist Europeans will argue that it’s all worth for the sake of protecting future generations from a ravaged climate… and yet somehow, it’s the United States that has lately been pretty darn successful at bringing down carbon emissions without self-imposed vows of imagined renewable chastity.<<


    EU officials now fretting over Europe’s conspicuously higher energy prices
    posted at 8:41 pm on May 23, 2013 by Erika Johnsen

    http://hotair.com/archives/2013/05/23/eu-officials-now-fretting-over-europes-conspicuously-higher-energy-prices/

    Pursuing green costs plenty of euro/green for Europe.

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