Friday, January 23, 2009

Obama's Initiative: Free Terrorists, Kill Babies, Don't Ask Questions

Well you gotta hand it to Barack Obama. He is wasting no time quelching those rumors that he might Govern from the Center and with Transparency. Yesterday he signed several executive orders that should put that silly "centrist" theory to bed once and for all, and he let the Press know that when he says "transparency" what he really means is, we will tell you what we want you to know in a Press release (Don't worry we'll provide the Pictures, too!)

Apparently our New President, felt the two most urgent issues facing his administration were the release of Terrorists from "Club Gitmo" and funding foreign Abortions with Your tax money. At least we know where his priorities are.

Even the most Liberal among us, who have supported the measure to close Gitmo in Theory, they really liked accuse the Bush Administration of Torture policies, are now starting to question the Reality of the decision to release or redetain Terrorists inside the United States.

Even over at the Liberal safe haven the Huffington Post Obama's move raised some questions with contributor, Sam Stein, who wrote yesterday:

Yet Obama has already found that closing the prison is easier said than done. And if he fails, there'll be no shortage of Republicans to remind him that they told him so. On Wednesday, Senate Republicans voiced skepticism with the idea that the president would be able to break down a detention center housing what they claim most dangerous terrorists.....

......The real challenges, however, are not political but legal in nature. The president and his lawyers will have to maneuver deftly in order to remove 250 detainees from a facility in under a year. Federal criminal trials will commence, and in some cases individuals will be transferred to other prisons.

Read the entire article here.

Ah yes, the million dollar question: Where will we put them? Will those that don't have enough 'evidence' against them be released? Or as the article goes on to question, Will the 'Double Jeopardy' laws be enacted making the Terrorists, untouchable by American Law? Oh that's just great.

The New York Times which should win some kind of Award from our Enemies, for it's efforts to close Gitmo, carried a story yesterday, about one Gitmo prisoner that had been released, that turned up running a Terrorist operation that was resposible a "deadly bombing" of the United States Embassy in Yemen. The Time seems surprised to learn that the Rehabilitation didn't work...

Oh Really? The guy is a Terrorist. Rehabilitation is only effective in breaking bad behaviors, that someone wants to Break. Alcoholics go to AA when they want to stop drinking, you can't force them to, it never works. Well a Terrorists, took that job for One reason only, to Kill Infidels. Telling them to stop won't work either.

For all those still celebrating, what our enemies will take as a sign of weakness. Just one more questioin for you.... if we Can't release them, where should we put them? Some Republicans are already starting to push back against the thought of housing America's Enemies in their home state....

"I don't want them in Texas," said Sen. John Cornyn, (R-TX). "I intend to write a letter saying, 'Don't send them here. And I would suspect there might be Senators from 50 states who say the same thing. I don't know."

Good News for you Racists, Bitter Clinging Pennsylvanians, John Murtha, the man who has never seen Congressional Pork that he didn't like, has already offered to Welcome the Terrorists to his district with Open Arms. Michelle Malkin dedicated her syndicated column today to "The John Murtha Jihadist Correctional Facility".

I guess there are a few Million dollar questions waiting to be answered, but Obama's not taking any of them....

As Politco reports, Obama "flashed irritation" when he felt he was being "Questioned" about his apparent hypocrisy in selecting Lobbyists for his cabinet, after Promising a "Lobbyist" free administration....

"Ahh, see," he said, "I came down here to visit. See this is what happens. I can't end up visiting with you guys and shaking hands if I'm going to get grilled every time I come down here."

So Three days in, What have we learned? Barack Obama has told our enemies that we are no longer serious about holding them accountable for their actions, babies around the world will be Aborted on the tax payer dime, and Our new President doesn't think he has to answer to anyone. It's going to be an interesting four years.


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.lp. said...


i wont use any foul language.

but why are you so angry?

just chill out and embrace the awesomeness that is the Obama Campaign.

because really,

do you have any other choice?

thats what i thought.

Palin-Berry 2012 said...

Wow...what the previous poster called "the awesomeness that is the Obama Campaign" is looking more and more like the "propaganda campaign that was the beginning of Hitler's NAZI Germany".

Great post..we see eye to eye on this...I have a post on the same topic...check it out if you get a chance.

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robert verdi said...

the lefts version of fair and balanced

bmo said...

Great post. Sums up the first week rather nicely.

Anonymous said...

Personally I think you sounded more annoyed than angry.

I found your blog at some girl blogging thing. I voted for SDA, sorry. I am glad I found your blog though. I enjoy your posts.


Bookstore Piet said...

You fail to mention that the terrorist in Yemen was released in 2007 by Bush. But then you seem to blame Obama for the year old recession and your job loss (that took place prior to him taking office) so your two-dimensional delusional thinking is not all that surprising.

American Angle said...

Of course Obama flashed irritation..he has never had to face a tough question from his media; how dare they..did they not get the N.Korea manifesto on how to properly conduct journalistic affairs in an 0bamanation..

~Zurama~ said...

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Congratulations! :)

truth habits said...

Hi Twitter friend,

Readers, consider the following:

1) Obama tried to hide his true religion (Christian,for your information) during the campaign (obviously to get votes from all religious backgrounds)

2) He tried to portray himself as PRO-LIFE, while campaigning in known Pro-Life territories, inspite of his 100% PRO-ABORTION voting record in Congress (what a deceiver).

3) He called McCain and Bush war mongers, while he promised to sign FOCA into law. FOCA will effectively wipe out all legislation that Bush enacted to provide pregnant women all necessary info before making a decision about abortion. FOCA is a declaration of war against unborn babies. Who is the war monger now? And against babies??
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The above and more, only show that Obama will do anything just to get what he wants. A charismatic, sweet talking, Michelle-kissing man on the outside, but a deceitful man on the inside. THOSE INDEED MAKE OBAMA A VERY DANGEROUS MAN.

Keep on exposing the deceiver Twitter friend.

Lisa@verybusymomwith4 said...

This is a great post and sums up what so many of us are thinking!
The irony is I am sure the new president could tell his followers 'there are too many puppies. We need to put them to sleep', they'd run to the kitchen, grab the butcher knife and decapitate Fito' all the while enjoying 'the awesomeness of Obama'.

KarenTeacup said...

Many people believe that the first 100 days defines a president. To me, Obama's choices have reflected his naivety and his lack of experience.
Perhaps he is unaware that he is merely a pawn on a political chess board.
President Lincoln said that "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power".
This country will watch and see.
And, in response to .lp.:
I may not have a choice in who my president is at this time, but I still have a choice on whose awesomeness I embrace.

truth habits said...

In response to Bookstore Piet,

Delusion 1, when you told Biased Girl, "But then you seem to blame Obama for the year old recession".
Can't find anything in the post that closely resembles that. If I am wrong, will anybody please point it out?

Delusion 2, "and your job loss (that took place prior to him taking office)".
Wow! How in the world did you know about Biased Girl's "alleged" retrenchment and when it transpired?"

Hmmmm.. My suggestion is for you to stick to the issues, and NOT engage in two or more delusional asseverations (baseless declarations). The former will help make your comments have meaningful content. The latter will show that you do your homework before saying or writing anything in public.

To illustrate my point, read

Bookstore Piet said...

Truth Habits - Perhaps you should read a little more closely. In the post just previous to this one - Obama's First Day of Work, My Last One - she specifically states that she was laid off hours before he took the oath of office. In the same post she also states 'but I didn't Vote for Obama or his recession'.

Perhaps you should do your homework before making foolish accusations. This will make your comments more meaningful on not based on lazy and incomplete research.

truth habits said...

In response to Bookstore Piet.

Point 1. Okay, upon reading your reply, I took the time to read the PREVIOUS post. It does say everything you said in the comments you made in the SUCCEEDING post.Thank you for pointing it out to me.

But don’t you think your comment was misplaced, considering it was posted in the SUCCEEDING post?

It’s like the teacher asked a question, and your classmates started reacting. Then, satisfied, the teacher moved on to another question. And your classmates started giving and discussing their respective answers or opinions. Then, all of a sudden, you stood up and gave an answer to the PREVIOUS question. It’s a matter of timing.

Point 2. As an irregular reader of blogs, I just scan the latest. And if you look at the official statistics,


Problogger reported that “According to Site Meter stats the average reader spends 96 seconds reading the average blog.. 96 seconds is not a very long time. It is quite disillusioning to realize that after slaving over a post for hours (or days as this one has taken me) that it is likely to be skimmed over in less than two minutes)

b) How many blogs are there? 50 million and counting
Here is Technorati's latest State of the blogosphere report.

A few highlights:
• On July 31, 2006, Technorati tracked its 50 millionth blog
• The blogosphere is doubling about once every 6 and a half months
• About 175,000 new weblogs are created each day
• There are more than 2 blogs created each second of each day
about 1.6 Million postings per day, or about 18.6 posts per second

If you make a rough calculation based on the Technorati’s data, by this year 2009, there should be about 800 Million blogs out there.

I don’t know about you, but I certainly will not claim to read each of these blogs, even if I had nothing else to do. I will not even claim to read 7 blogs a week, nor stay more than 97 seconds on all. Maybe I will spend about 14 minutes on particularly interesting blog posts.

Furthermore, reading blogs is far from my idea of doing research. Blogs are mostly opinions, not official documents to base your research upon.

You know, this is a silly and wasteful exchange. These could all have been prevented if you just posted your comment on the appropriate post.

Peace man! Don’t want to pick a fight on such a trivial matter. Maybe we just started on the wrong foot.

Bookstore Piet said...

Truth - I commented here to point out that the author was saying Obama was going to release terrorists, used a specific example but failed to point out that said terrorist was released by the Bush administration. I added the other points to illustrate her track record of blaming Obama for things he had nothing to do with.

truth habits said...

In response to Bookstore Piet.

That was my suspicion. Maybe making reference to the previous post or posts, or her track record, will make your comments have better effect. As pointed out earlier, readers don’t stay very long in a single post. You have to give a background, especially if you are referring to an older post.

Anyway, we all make mistakes. The important thing is that we don’t take anything too personally. I like the way you explained yourself. Thank you for accepting my invitation to peace.

Friends? If you want to contact me personally, e-mail:

David Tech Guy said...

I am going to embrace the awesomeness that is the Obama Assassination. the guy is begging America to shoot at him because of his awesomeness my whole crew and I lost our jobs and my whole family is now unemployed. the guy makes a joke out of everything.