Thursday, October 25, 2012

"The 2nd Amendment? Which one is that?

Oh, we need to restrict that one.  What do you need that for, anyway?"
Frikkin' dirtbag politicians.

Student asks question of politician. Posts video of question and answer. School tries to screw student for daring to.
...her adviser insisted on a hasty meeting and explained that the YouTube posting had angered various Concordia bigwigs.

Engstrom’s adviser also told her that Concordia’s president, William Craft, had had already apologized to Peterson. The Concordia administration confirms the apology.

“President Craft spoke to Rep. Peterson and expressed regret concerning what Rep. Peterson experienced on campus,” Concordia spokesman Roger Degerman told The Daily Caller.

Engstrom’s adviser also told her that Concordia’s president had suggested that she could face disciplinary action from the school for her actions.
A: Can you say '1st Amendment Lawsuit'? I knew you could.
B: Bunch of arrogant dirtbag 'bigwigs' sucking up to a politician.
C: "How dare you, a lowly student, actually think you can ask a lordly politician questions!"  Etc.  Said bigwigs need to be retired.  Preferably involving a boot in the ass on their way out the door.

A 90-year-old Greenbrae man who was shot in the head during an alleged burglary has been sued by the alleged burglar.

Samuel Cutrufelli, who was also shot during the incident, claims Jay Leone "negligently shot" him during the confrontation inside Leone's home.
Etc. ad bullshit.  Dirtbags' lawyer is claiming it was a 'drug deal gone sideways'.  Wonder how the lawyer said that with a straight face?

One more reason so turn that building into a artificial reef:
The Washington Free Beacon has obtained a report soon to be released by the United Nations that calls for an international campaign of legal attacks and economic warfare on a group of American companies that do business in Israel, including Hewlett-Packard, Caterpillar Inc., and Motorola Solutions Inc. The UN wants warfare on American companies? I want fumigation of that building full of socialist cockroaches.


Well, yeah, this might explain just why we keep getting lies about Benghazi:
One of the places in Libya most awash with such weapons in the most dangerous of hands is Benghazi. It now appears that Stevens was there — on a particularly risky day, with no security to speak of and despite now copiously documented concerns about his own safety and that of his subordinates — for another priority mission: sending arms recovered from the former regime’s stocks to the “opposition” in Syria. As in Libya, the insurgents are known to include al Qaeda and other Shariah-supremacist groups, including none other than Abdelhakim Belhadj.

Fox News has chronicled how the Al Entisar, a Libyan-flagged vessel carrying 400 tons of cargo, docked on Sept. 6 in the Turkish port of Iskenderun. It reportedly supplied both humanitarian assistance and arms — including deadly SA-7 man-portable surface-to-air missiles — apparently destined for Islamists, again including al Qaeda elements, in Syria.

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