Friday, April 19, 2013

According to the news, one bomber is dead

and the other running.  No links, just check Drudge.  Very short version:
Two brothers from Chechnya.
One dead in the pursuit, one being chased.
Possible suicide vests involved.

Two muslim terrorists?  Who could've thought such a thing?  Tingles Matthews and other 'news' weenies hardest hit.

Ace is saying the massive ammo purchase and number of MRAPs for DHS is all crap.  Judge for yourself.
One question: If it is, why didn't the appropriate people just say so when politicians asked, instead of dodging?  Possibly they're just too arrogant or something to answer; or would it serve them some way(in their minds at least) to not answer?

Why a lot of these journalists are considered just Democrat party advocates.
Even by the standards of today’s partisan media environment, the response has been noteworthy. Television hosts, editorial boards, and even some reporters have aggressively criticized and shamed the 46 Senators who opposed the plan, while some have even taken to actively soliciting the public to contact them directly.

Not surprising, the Brit media completely bought the '90% of the people want this law' crap.  Also not surprising, considering how he's pissed them off, Truly, he is a lame-duck President.
They left of 'lying' and 'hoplophobic', but it's a start.

Sen. Tommy Tucker of Waxhaw is exactly the kind of clown who should be removed from office.  Preferably involving tar & feathers.  This clown said a mouthful with just 13 words on Tuesday.
“I am the senator. You are the citizen. You need to be quiet.”
It was no coincidence that Tucker’s silencing of an N.C. newspaper publisher – heard by at least three people who were there – came just after he railroaded a bill through his committee that would let government operate in more secrecy.
A: Any politician who wants to be able to hide more of what he does should be summarily thrown out a window on the general principle.
B: One who says something like that, make sure there's a nice bed of broken glass for them to land on.

Well, Deity knows Schumer really doesn't want questions like his, or from someone like him:
Chris Crane, head of the immigration officers union, was pulled out of a Senate press conference today when he tried to question Sen. Chuck Schumer the during the televised roll-out of the 844-page immigration rewrite.

And in Illinois, something significant:
Democrats enjoy a supermajority in the Illinois House of Representatives, holding 71 seats to the GOP's 47. On Wednesday, the same day the US Senate voted down gun control legislation, powerful Democrat Speaker Michael Madigan tried to push a restrictive gun control measure through his chamber. The result was an open revolt by downstate Democrats, with almost half the Democrat caucus joining the GOP to kill the measure. The bill went down 31-76, a rare defeat for the legendary Madigan.

If correct, then yes, the CIA head and the President left those people in Benghazi to die.  Question is, what did they figure to gain by doing so?

And on the Obamacare front,
Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) was not impressed with Sen. Max Baucus's (D-Mont.) criticism of how the Obama administration has implemented its signature healthcare law.
If it's a train wreck, Pompeo said, Baucus has no one to blame but himself. "No one in the country bears more responsibility for the complexity of this law than you," Pompeo wrote in a letter to Baucus on Thursday.

Now I think I'll go pull the covers off the garden; it was supposed to be right at or just below freezing for the low so all those young plants needed protection. 
This is late for a freeze around here; global warming my ass.

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