“Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.” - George W. Bush

All The Best


I want to thank everyone who participated in the Elephant Bar over the past twelve years. We had millions of visitors from all around the World and you were part of it. Over the past dozen years, two or three times a night, I would open my laptop and some of you were always there. I will miss that.

My plans are to continue my work with technology and architecture. You know my interests and thoughts.

At times, things would get a little rough in the EB. To those of you that I may have offended over the years, I apologize. From all of you, I learned and grew.

An elephant never forgets.
Be well.

Deuce, 21 June 2018

Sunday, September 08, 2013

"Still, according to experts, the notion that most Syrian rebel groups are tied to al-Qaida is mostly a myth. Experts say that rebel groups with ties to al-Qaida make up about 10% to 20% of the country's rebel forces fighting Assad. "

This report from Business Insider ends with the most amazing two sentences, the same that appear on the title of this post. Now, go through this with me. 

"Experts" say that rebel groups make up about 10% to 20% of Syria's rebel forces fighting Assad. Assume the figures are right and then assume they are understated by 50%. The way Washington lies and distorts facts, I may be understating the problem. We are supporting an insurgency in a civil war that is composed of from 10% to 40% al Qaeda. Here are some of the implications: 

  1. Al Qaeda, a 10-40% part of the Syrian Rebels presently is receiving assistance from the CIA. 
  2. Al Qaeda, as part of the Syrian Rebels presently has full diplomatic support from the US State Department, The Pentagon, The NSA, the Republican heads of the US House of Representatives, the Democratic head of the Senate and will soon be supported by the US Air Force and the US Navy.
  3. The major US media is supporting the Obama Administration's drive to involve the US in a civil war on the side that is being supported by al Qaeda.
  4. The proposed war is based on unproven allegations as to who used the chemical weapons.
  5. Without exaggeration, a full US attack on Syria will kill more Syrians that were killed in the gas attack.
  6. Iraq, the recent recipient of 10 years of a US war, ostensibly fought because of some connection to 911 has announced that they will not cooperate in any US aggression against Syria.
  7. The Islamist leadership in Turkey will assist.
  8. Saudi Arabia, the country that supplied money and 18 of their citizens for the attack of the US on 911, approves and supports  the US being on the side of al Qaeda against the government of Syria.
  9. The President of The United States is orchestrating this war.
  10. Almost two years ago, the same Islamic groups were involved in the US  attack of Libya. Part of the repercussions of the war in Libya was CIA involvement with shipping arms from Libya to Syria. It blew up in their face in Benghazi and every member of the Obama Administration from Obama on down lied to the American public with a fabricated story about an internet video offending Islam being the cause of the Benghazi attack and killing of four Americans.
  11. The same US President, Barack Hussein Obama, now expects up to believe the "Common Sense" notion that Assad was more likely to have used chemical weapons than al Qaeda. In a sense we are to accept al Qaeda's claims.
  12. There are no videos of the families of the children killed by the gas and no videos on the actual killings.
  13. The internet is laced with videos of al Qaeda, fighting with the rebels, butchering and murdering captured soldiers and civilians. The videos include the murder of children. The videos include the murder of a captured Syrian officer, whose al Qaeda murderer then  cut out his heart and liver and ate it.
  14. The Internet has videos of truck drivers pulled off the road by al Qaeda rebels and were then murdered in cold blood because they prayed outside the standards set by al Qaeda and the rebels.
  15. The internet has videos of priests being murdered and some beheaded while they were alive by rebels and al Qaeda.
  16. As I type this one of the oldest Syrian Christian villages, still using the  language of Jesus, is being assaulted and raped by al Qaeda. For many years this village was  protected along with millions of other Christians by the Assad government. The Assad government cannot protect them because Syria is fearful of the  US Navy under the orders of Barack Hussein Obama, poised to attack Syria.
  17. Christian members of the US armed forces are inadvertently causing the deaths of Christians at the hands of al Qaeda because of their presence and stated purpose of attacking the government and armed forces of Syria. 


Of all the criticisms leveled at White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough Sunday in a tour of the morning shows, one seemed to bug him most — Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) charge that U.S. forces in Syria would be aiding al-Qaida.
Cruz told the conservative website The Blaze last week that the U.S. shouldn't get involved in Syria because it doesn't "have a dog in the fight," and it risks helping rebel forces aligned with terrorist groups.

"We should be focused on defending the United States of America," Cruz said. "That’s why young men and women sign up to join the military — not to, as you know, serve as Al Qaeda’s air force."

It was a suggestion to which McDonough took umbrage when asked by ABC's George Stephanopoulos. 

"I am outraged for somebody to suggest that our people would be serving as allies to al-Qaida, one," McDonough said on ABC's "This Week."

"Two, on this question about what this is and what this isn’t. What this is, George, is very clear. Targeted, consequential, limited attack against Assad forces and Assad capabilities so that he is deterred from carrying out these actions again.

"Here is what it is not. It is not boots on the ground. It is not an extended air campaign. It is not Iraq, Afghanistan or Libya. This is a very concerned, concentrated, limited effort that we can carry out and that can underscore and secure our interests."

Cruz, who subsequently appeared on ABC, shot back at McDonough's dismissal. 

"Just because Assad is a murderous tyrant doesn't mean his opponents are any better. In June, the intelligence showed that of the nine major rebel forces in Syria, at least seven, appear to have significant ties to al-Qaida," Cruz said.

Still, according to experts, the notion that most Syrian rebel groups are tied to al-Qaida is mostly a myth. Experts say that rebel groups with ties to al-Qaida make up about 10% to 20% of the country's rebel forces fighting Assad.


  1. None of these fuckers can answer this question:

    If Syria responds in kind to the unprovoked attack on its soil by US forces by striking back at US forces, something any red-blooded American would do, what will be the US response?

    I'll answer that which will not come from their lying face.

    It will be an escalation. It will tank our markets, drive up the price of oil, further wreck the economic security of ordinary Americans, kill Americans and people in Syria that did nothing to us.

    It could get out of hand and if it does, we should promise all of them that we, the people will hold them responsible. We should all do that before hand, and tell them that this time is different.

    This shit is over. We have had enough. They have one chance to do the right thing and stop it and if they don't then they will pay the price for their crimes when we will have to clean up their mess.

    Get out there and let's do our part to stop this.

  2. Mr Hague admitted the Americans were "disappointed" by David Cameron's failure to secure the backing of MPs but remained "very committed to what we call the special relationship". The Prime Minister has ruled out bringing back the issue to Parliament but faces pressure from some quarters to do so if there is a significant change in the circumstances.

    Mr Hague said it would be "alarming" if the UK vote was repeated in the US and elsewhere. The risks of the world failing to respond "are greater than the risks of doing so in a limited, proportionate and careful way", he told the BBC.

    "If it is decided in the various parliaments of the world that no one will stand up to the use of chemical weapons and take any action about that, that will be a very alarming moment in the affairs of the world."

  3. .

    Hey, Deuce, lighten up. This is not a court of law. Intelligence doesn't work that way.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House asserted Sunday that a "common-sense test" dictates the Syrian government is responsible for a chemical weapons attack that President Barack Obama says demands a U.S. military response. But Obama's top aide says the administration lacks "irrefutable, beyond-a-reasonable-doubt evidence" that skeptical Americans, including lawmakers who will start voting on military action this week, are seeking.

    "This is not a court of law. And intelligence does not work that way," White House chief of staff Denis McDonough said during his five-network public relations blitz Sunday to build support for limited strikes against Syrian President Bashar Assad.

    "The common-sense test says he is responsible for this. He should be held to account," McDonough said of the Syrian leader who for two years has resisted calls from inside and outside his country to step down.

    Asked in another interview about doubt, McDonough was direct: "No question in my mind."


    Intelligence doesn't work that way. Lordy, is it any wonder we continue to screw the pooch?


  4. "people in Syria that did nothing to us"

    where do you start the counting?

    since what year?

    your view of syria (and it's friends) seems to be limited to a time that you feel comfortable with. No outside the circle understanding of geopolitics.

    Just a simplistic view that the "people" of syria have done nothing to deserve this.

    It's like you are telling a story but it's taking place in a vacuum...

    Syria and it's people have been on the vanguard of supporting international terror for decades. Not to mention it's illegal nuclear proliferation, it's illegal arms exports to terror groups, it's logistical supply of hezbollah and hamas of hundreds of thousands of rockets, millions of rounds of ammo, money and cover.

    It's not like syria and it's people haven't been waging war against America for decades, even if it was a proxy war, it was still war.

    SO now the assad assholes are fighting the moslem brotherhood assholes. 100 thousand are dead. 4.5 million are refugees.

    Sorry I have no pity for the Syrian people. Damascus USED to be a center of jewish culture, Long before Islam ever showed it's disgusting face there Jews lived, owned land, had commerce. Then Islam came, Jews were subjected to crap.. Then the modern times came and Jews from Syria were driven out of their historic homes into Israel by the arabs of Syria.

    So karma's a giant kick in the ass...

    Get used to it...

    1. They've been of enormous benefit to Lebanon!

    2. Syrians have done nothing to my people. Fight your own battles.

    3. I am trying to keep my people, the ones, Americans, who overwhelmingly do not want your stinking war. Fight your own battles, but you won't, will you, instead you do this:

      As lawmakers announce their disillusionment with striking Syria one by one, the Obama administration is looking for reinforcements. It seems everywhere they turn, it's President Barack Obama versus Capitol Hill.

      After two public congressional hearings with Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, not to mention countless classified briefings, Obama is loosing the war of popular opinion this week.

      Friday, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, the man who lines up votes for his party, came out in opposition to the resolution to intervene in Syria. Thursday, Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, turned their backs on Obama's call for action in the Middle East.

      "I knew this was going to be a heavy lift," Obama said Friday during a press conference about the growing battle.

      Coming in for the assist is the Jewish lobbying group, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). The group announced it will unfold an all-out effort on Capitol Hill, a landmark move for an organization that has sat out whipping members for votes on other resolutions in the past.

      More than 200 leaders are expected to lobby lawmakers next week. The leaders will explain that a Syria strike will send a message not just to Syrian President Bashar Assad, but also Iranian leaders who are watching to see how the U.S. stands up against the deployment of chemical weapons.

      "Simply put, barbarism on a mass scale must not be given a free pass," AIPAC said in a released statement. "This is a critical moment when America must also send a forceful message of resolve to Iran and Hezbollah — both of whom have provided direct and extensive military support to Assad. The Syrian regime and its Iranian ally have repeatedly demonstrated that they will not respect civilized norms."


      Man up, if you and your people are so big and bad and threatened, have at it. We'll see how that works out for you.

    4. Carry your own water with your own resources. It is easy to sneak up behind someone and shoot them in the back of the head and many a bully has learned the art of hiding behind someone else and scrury away when they bite off more than they can chew. Here is your big chance. Go get em.

    5. Show America how it is done. Tell the Pentagon to relax and stand down. The IDF is on the way. Tell the Americans that they have done enough, the great State of Israel is on the job, fit and ready to go the whole twelve rounds if necessary. Git er done.

    6. your hatred is showing there deuce..

      the IDF has been doing the heavy lifting with syria now for years, all without any USA help.

    7. That's our quot, discounts $3 to $4 billion dollars a years for forty years as being of no help to Israel.

      What a crock of shit he tries to peddle.

    8. your hatred is showing there deuce.

      Contempt is the word, contempt for the fraud foisted on the American public by the Israeli-firsters, a fraud, once an annoyance, almost a ruinous disaster, now a calamity, on its way to being a catastrophe. I save my hatred for the US politicians that sold out our interests for theirs'.

    9. Your contempt is misplaced.

      AIPAC and Israel supporters didnt create this situation.

      Israel is at war with syria. As you point out Israel lives there, and has had to take action IT"SSELF to protect it'sself numerous times.

      IF American actions (smart or stupid) are going to cost Israeli lives? It's their right to tell America if they go into Syria dont just whack the hornet's nest, kill it.

    10. desert ratMon Sep 09, 02:39:00 AM EDT
      That's our quot, discounts $3 to $4 billion dollars a years for forty years as being of no help to Israel.
      What a crock of shit he tries to peddle.

      You think money solves all issues?

      America has spent more money on Israel's enemies during the same time.

      Maybe if people like you Rat, didnt help, train and teach people in hostile nations to murder civilians we would not have such a situation.

      Now go back to your government check, your bong and your weapons...

    11. Not just money, but lawyers and guns, quot.

      I notice that AIPAC is lobbying for the US to spend even more money, in aid to Israel.
      Obviously you are off the reservation.

      You are correct, if the US had not spent such inordinate amounts of time, money and blood training the Israeli, the Middle East would be a happier, safer place.

      The whole of the world would be happier, safer and much more secure, if the Zionists had not been empowered to wreck havoc and loose the dogs of war in the heart of Arabia, there in Palestine.

      Israel is just another in a long list of Europeon crusades to secure the holy land.
      In the end, it will be a successful as the other Europeon attempts.

      Which is not very.


    12. Yawn...

      still hitting the bong this early Rat?

      take a visit to Israel, learn something. Or dont and sound like the ignorant, israel bashing stoned pothead you are....

  5. Family does not seem to know how to not smile.

    Nice family, nice neighbors, nice house, nice neighborhood.

    If only...

    The US Government had not destroyed most black families.

  6. http://www.nbcnews.com/id/17874369/ns/world_news-americas/t/hezbollah-builds-western-base/#.Ui1QTBbn1Hw

  7. The Obama administration secretly won permission from a surveillance court in 2011 to reverse restrictions on the National Security Agency’s use of intercepted phone calls and e-mails, permitting the agency to search deliberately for Americans’ communications in its massive databases, according to interviews with government officials and recently declassified material.

    In addition, the court extended the length of time that the NSA is allowed to retain intercepted U.S. communications from five years to six years — and more under special circumstances, according to the documents, which include a recently released 2011 opinion by U.S. District Judge John D. Bates, then chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

    What had not been previously acknowledged is that the court in 2008 imposed an explicit ban — at the government’s request — on those kinds of searches, that officials in 2011 got the court to lift the bar and that the search authority has been used.

    Together the permission to search and to keep data longer expanded the NSA’s authority in significant ways without public debate or any specific authority from Congress. The administration’s assurances rely on legalistic definitions of the term “target” that can be at odds with ordinary English usage. The enlarged authority is part of a fundamental shift in the government’s approach to surveillance: collecting first, and protecting Americans’ privacy later.

    “The government says, ‘We’re not targeting U.S. persons,’ ” said Gregory T. Nojeim, senior counsel at the Center for Democracy and Technology. “But then they never say, ‘We turn around and deliberately search for Americans’ records in what we took from the wire.’ That, to me, is not so different from targeting Americans at the outset.”

    The court decision allowed the NSA “to query the vast majority” of its e-mail and phone call databases using the e-mail addresses and phone numbers of Americans and legal residents without a warrant, according to Bates’s opinion.

  8. You have been writing that Syria has been very mean to Israel all these decades. Let's hear "enough is enough", Tell the Syrians and Iranians that you want to get it on and you don't need anyone else holding you back any longer. Dance like a butterfly and sting like a bee.

    We will all wear an AIPAC Star of David American flag on our lapel wishing you well.

    I'll believe it when I see it.

    1. Syria has been, but they have killed more Americans than Israelis.

      That small fact seems to escape you

    2. List those US citizens killed by the Syrians, in international waters or outside Syria or Lebanon.
      Show us the Syrian spies that have been tried and convicted in US court.

      The only facts you ever produce, quot, are either so small as to be invisible, or are not facts at all.

    3. Why dont you check with your "sources" at the AZ FBI for that list Rat?

      After all you are the one braggin how you have access to that kind of intel from our government.

    4. There is no such list, quot.
      Because the Syrians have not killed more of US than the Israeli have.

    5. Again, do your own homework, if you are too stupid to figure it out?

      your problem.

      It's too easy to tell you the facts.

      It's just like when you make the statements you do. Too much fun watching you make huge public mis-statements that most of us understand.

      Too stupid to KNOW how stupid you are.....

      It's really funny...

      stoned old coot.

  9. Replies
    1. you have no respect for Israel.

      but then Israel and I have respect for the real America we know and love.

      Pity you aint part of that.

    2. Israel is undeserving of any respect.

      They are beggars that refuse to acknowledge the welfare they receive.

      the IDF has been doing the heavy lifting with syria now for years, all without any USA help.

      The IDF would not even exist, nor Israel itself, without US help
      Extensive and prolonged US help.

      To deny it, nothing more than a willful misrepresentation of reality.

    3. You are deserving of prison.

      You are an asshole.

      You make death threats.

    4. desert ratMon Sep 09, 02:48:00 AM EDT
      Israel is undeserving of any respect.
      They are beggars that refuse to acknowledge the welfare they receive.
      The IDF would not even exist, nor Israel itself, without US help
      Extensive and prolonged US help.
      To deny it, nothing more than a willful misrepresentation of reality.

      Take time away fro getting stoned long enough to post eh Rat?

      Remember no pot smoking while training those AZ FBI agents how to shoot people..

    5. There it is, quot cuts and pastes the comment of desert rat, then fails to even deny his willful misrepresentations.

      Because he cannot even begin to do so.

      So he tries to change the subject.
      He wants the subject to be one that is beyond inconsequential, the desert rat.
      When the subject is Syria and Israel, those twin sons of British and French colonialism.

    6. Chapter and verse, anoni, quote chapter and verse.

      If you cannot, just shove a pickle up your ass.
      Then you'll smile.

    7. One of those big kosher dills.
      You'll really be smiling then, ear to ear.

    8. No one will argue you with because you lie, distort and mislead.

      You change word's definition within a sentence.

      Talk about willful misrepresentation!!!!

      Just a few posts ago you brought up Israeli ABORTIONS once again!!!!

      You are a stoned fool.

      I expect your time as a free man is to be short lived.

      All that pot, all those guns... I am sure the law enforcement folks of AZ are going to be fed up with your pot smoking (drug dealing) and weapons...

      they have a mole within their midst and you are it...

    9. Why do some murders count, but others do not, quot?

      Why is it that when Israeli murder Jews, it is of no consequence.
      How is it that the murder of 20,000 Jews a year, in each year of the 21st century is not worthy of discussion?

      Is it just because it was the Zionists that murdered those Jews that you want the death toll off the table?

      Your expectations, well, they're meaningless.
      Your facts, nonexistent.
      Your charges, baseless.

      Both in regards the desert rat and the situation in the Middle East.

      Your history of making unsubstantiated charges, false claims and factual misrepresentations, it proceeds you.

    10. We only count your murders Rat...

      they count.

    11. rat: Is it just because it was the Zionists that murdered those Jews that you want the death toll off the table?

      How do you KNOW they were ZIONISTs?

      As you have stated " Those 55 million dead babies in America dont count as the majority were "minority" fetuses"

      Your expectations, well, they're meaningless.

      Your facts, nonexistent.

      Your charges, baseless.

      You just mislead, lie and distort...

    12. desert ratMon Sep 09, 11:32:00 AM EDT
      Why do some murders count, but others do not, quot?

      So now Rat says "abortion is murder" but only if done by Israelis.


      We can only thank all that is holy that Rat has aborted as many of his bastard offspring as he has...

      Praise Allah.

    13. After all they are not or were not "human"...

  10. I agree with my niece:

    "I want the best for the Justice, Uncle Bob"


    "How far is it to Winnemucca?"


    "Can we go to Banff?"

  11. The CNN/ORC International poll released Monday shows that even though eight in 10 Americans believe that Bashar al-Assad's regime gassed its own people, a strong majority doesn't want Congress to pass a resolution authorizing a military strike against it.

    More than seven in 10 say such a strike would not achieve significant goals for the U.S. and a similar amount say it's not in the national interest for the U.S. to get involved in Syria's bloody two-year-long civil war.

  12. Israel could wipe out all of Arizona in about 10 seconds.

    1. But of course she won't do that.

      Iran, on the other hand, nuked up.....

    2. ... couldn't reach Arizona.

    3. Think again, anon.....

    4. Okay ...

      ... couldn't reach Arizona.

    5. Facts on Iran's capabilities with regards missiles, launch vehicles and nuclear strike capacities ...


      Thought with out knowledge, just a waste of time, anoni.

    6. Or you could read further and then give some thought ...


      This IISS Strategic Dossier aims to contribute to the policy debate about Iran’s strategic challenges by establishing a shared understanding of the missile programmes.

      Okay, that's done ...

      ... couldn't reach Arizona.

    7. The anoni want us to be fearful of a nuclear weapon that the Iranians do not have.
      Mounted on a ballistic missile that the Iranians do not have.

      If you are going to live in fear of that threat, well, you really should be shopping for "Survival" homesteads in Elko, Nevada.

      Then get some tinfoil, make some more hats.
      Mix some more Kool-Aid.
      Drink it on down!

    8. The Iranians could not reach Miami, let alone Arizona.

    9. So you are saying the Iranians do not have the ability to put a missile on a container ship and shoot it off above an American port?

      Whoever you are "anon" (rat) you are one stupid moron.

    10. "Okay, that's done ...

      ... couldn't reach Arizona."

      FROM Iran.

      What about from Central America?

      Or a container ship...

      you play checkers while the persians play chess...

      fucking morons.

    11. How about ...

      What if ...

      What if the Israeli are overrun and their three hundred nukes fall into the Mohammedans hands.
      What if the terrorists overrun the US installation at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey and obtain the 80 warheads stored there?

      Those are both a more likely a set of scenarios, quot, than a covert launch from a merchant vessel outbound from Persia.

      We are not dealing in what ifs and fantasies ...
      What we are dealing with is what is, you know, reality.

      But be afraid, if you want ...
      Be threatened by fictional characters, if you want ...

      Just spend your own dime on your own defense from those fantasies.

      That post about Elko, Nevada, you two AIPAC soul mates should buddy up and check it out.

    12. What if you were actually arrested for dope dealing and illegal arms sales?

      that is far more likely...

    13. Not at all likely to happen, since neither occur.

    14. You admitted that you buy illegal drugs...

      Hence you deal in drugs.

      And illegal arms sales are easy. Those background checks REQUIRE you to disclose whether you are a pot smoker...

      You are...

      You lied.

      you are a criminal

  13. I think Obama might go ahead and fire down on Syria, regardless of what Congress does.

    1. Then Boehner will have him, dead to rights.

      They'd vote to impeach him.
      End his effective tenure.

      No, Obama will stand down, blame the Republicans for not standing with him, their leadership and the "Good of the Country".

      Then the same "No" votes in the House try to derail the budget process, shutting down the Federal government. Or at least threatening to.

      Obama and the Democrats will be painting the GOP as putting partisanship before country.
      Whether it is a tactic that will work, with 70% disapproving of the use of military force, that I'm not sure of.

      All leading up to positioning the 2014 elections.

    2. .

      End his effective tenure.

      His effective tenure is ended.

      In a second term, a president usually has 12-18 months to complete his legacy. After that other things intrude as people start positioning themselves for the next president.

      Obama set some specific goals in his SOU speech, four or five of them as I recall. Gun control, immigration reform, a higher minimum wage, etc.

      It has now been 9 months. Circumstances dictated that gun control would be the first he tried. When that failed a lot of the momentum went out of his push for the others. Immigration reform is still there but dying. There is a chance on minimum wage increase but that is hardly a defining issue.

      Almost the entire first 9 months have been taken up on the defensive responding to a whole series of scandals, as wells as, to Egypt and Syria. In all instances, IMO, the administration has appeared feckless and ineffective, and in Obama's case specifically kind of disinterested. Right now the administration is being driven by foreign affairs while the only thing Americans are interested in are domestic affairs. I expect many of these problem issues and the scandals will last until the end of the year and since new ones seem to continue coming out on a regular basis perhaps for much longer.

      I see nothing new on the horizon that will enhance Obama's legacy by much.

      (That is, unless he manages to become a scratch golfer. :) )


    3. I think that a goal of scratch golf is a bridge to far for Mr Obama.

      I would agree that he appears disinterested, I do think comes from his style of management by delegation. He is not a hands on kind of a guy, from outward appearances.

      Delegate and forget seems to be his technique.

      General Clapper is still on the job.
      He was not asked to resign, nor fired by the President.
      There were no calls for his prosecution for perjury.

      That IRS lady, still on paid leave, I do believe.

  14. He is a lawless president. I saw right through him when he first sat down in Air Force one.

    1. Ah, everyone is overwhelmed by AF One. Hell, Chris Christie admitted that he almost peed his pants just riding in Marine One. :)

    2. I almost hope he does fire down on Syria after a big Congressional vote against.

      Really, what would Congress do then?

      What would the people do?

      I don't really know but it would be interesting......

    3. I'd pull out my old rat designed "Pirates of the Potomac" sign and head to town.......

    4. If he was to do it, it'd probably be before the vote. (like, maybe, tomorrow night at 9:00 PM Eastern.)

    5. 6:00 PM Pacific

    6. Such a "Clear and Present" danger that the President just had to act.

      Had to take Command and Lead the US and the entire civilized world from the front!

      Saving the world from the newly found NAZI menace in Syria.
      Those "Christians" just had to go.

    7. Easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission

  15. He should be run out of D.C. on a rail.

    And Rufus VOTED for this fraud.

    In best news yet, niece is considering coming back to Pullman for PhD.


    1. I hope you, at least, get a couple of blowjobs out of that nonsense.

    2. Rufie is cathected to blow jobs.

      What's new?

    3. Rufus, you are the reason some of these intelligents from the the Second World look down on Americans so.

      They ask, are you really that dumb?

    4. Hello Uncle Bob,

      I am so sorry that you had to stay back and couldnt join Jane. I really wish that your staying back will work in your favor and your property work will be done. Thank you so much for the transfer. I got the money. :) I will make sure that I pay it back in some or other form to you. :)

      Ha ha ha ha.. Living in a hut by a riverside sounds exciting. We can do fishing and cook it with some veggies.. :) I bought a health insurance here yesterday as my health insurance from USA got expired. I still have to go to doctor sometimes. But all is good and nothing to worry about. I also applied for some jobs in washington and california so I can stay closer to you. :) I am also gonna apply for PhD in pullman. I will start talking to professor very soon about it. I wish everything works out. :)

      For now, I just have this much news. :)
      Lots of love and Big bear hugs,
      Your Niece

    5. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, Rufus!!

    6. You lame brain.

    7. .

      The wet dreams of a troubled mind.


    8. Talking about Kennedy? Clinton? Obama? Bush? or Arafat?

    9. No, speaking of:
      David Ben-Gurion, Benjamin Netanyahu, Yitzhak Shamir, Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin, Levi Eshkol, Ariel Sharon, Golda Meir, Ehud Olmert, Shimon Peres, Moshe Sharett, Ehud Barak and Yigal Allon.

    10. wow, rat's been doing some googling!!!!

      We are proud of our drug addicted blogger, "desert rat" learned how to google AND learn how to post "anon"!!!

    11. quot, you really are something.
      Accrediting every anoni post that does not suit your fancy to desert rat.
      He's "every where"!

      Funny stuff.

      Speaking for your whole ESL class, are you?

    12. I like this part best of all--

      Ha ha ha ha.. Living in a hut by a riverside sounds exciting. We can do fishing and cook it with some veggies.. :)"

      Ha ha ha ha ha hahaha!!

      Po Q he don't know what real life is.....

      he thinks it's a cheap motel with some down and out hooker in Detroit.....

    13. Maybe she'll slip in the mud, and roll over onto a water moccasin before she completely busts your retarded, old ass.

    14. Blow me.

      She is now my Niece.

      You crudest of all assholes.

      Fuck off.

      Try and find a little Joy in your worthless life.

    15. It won't be in getting played by some East Indian Golddigger, numbnuts.

    16. Or, even worse, in "playing myself."

    17. .

      Gee, Uncle Gob, I am really, really, really excited about our trip although I just found out we may have to delay it an itsy bit. But I get so exited about us being out there in the woods together. Do you get excited Uncle Gob? What do you think I should wear?

      I hope to see you real soon and... Oh, gee, I just remembered, I'm a little short on taxi fare. Could you send me a few more C-notes? Thanks.

      Lots of love and Big bear hugs,
      Your Niece

    18. desert ratMon Sep 09, 01:59:00 PM EDT
      quot, you really are something.
      Accrediting every anoni post that does not suit your fancy to desert rat.
      He's "every where"!
      Funny stuff.
      Speaking for your whole ESL class, are you?

      the word would be "everywhere" if you spoke english as a 1st language.

      as for the ESL reference?

      I had to google it...

      Funny you would know that....

      Maybe the reason you dont use airports anymore because of the TSA is the fact you are an illegal?

    19. man, bob, you are losing it! On top of your infatuation now your hero Zimmerman is coming unglued:

      "Florida police question George Zimmerman in possible domestic violence

      George Zimmerman, the Florida man who was acquitted of murder in the shooting of an unarmed teenager in 2012, was being questioned by authorities over a possible domestic violence incident, a police spokesman said on Monday.

      Lake Mary, Fla., police spokesman Zach Hudson said police “were trying to figure out exactly what happened” in the incident and that a gun was present.


      His wife, Shellie Zimmerman, 26, filed for divorce last Thursday, her lawyer said. She sought the divorce after she said last week in an interview with ABC News that the trial had strained their marriage of six years



    20. ...but Palin is still a winner in your eyes.

    21. I still like Palin.

      Would have made a fine President.

  16. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that Syrian President Bashar Assad could resolve the crisis surrounding his purported use of chemical weapons by turning "every single bit" of his arsenal over to the international community by the end of the week.

    The above from ABC News
    Below, the WSJ ...

    On Monday, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov of Russia, one of the strongest supporters of the Assad regime, urged Syria to comply with Mr. Kerry's call.

    "We are calling on the Syrian leadership not just to agree to put chemical-weapons stores under international control, but also to their subsequent destruction, as well as fully fledged accession to the Chemical Weapons Convention," Mr. Lavrov said.

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    "The Syrian Arab republic welcomes the Russian initiative, motivated by the concerns of the Russian leadership for the lives of our citizens and the security of our country," Mr. Moallem said

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