It’s official: America sanctions Islamic terrorism and breaks bread with it.
For eight years, the Bush Administration refused to list the Muslim Brotherhood
on the State Department and Treasury terrorist lists. But, now, Barack Obama has
crossed a line in the sand from which America can hardly return: we are
recognizing Islamic terrorists . . . officially. We are breaking bread, er . . . halal pita, with the
Muslim Brotherhood, the parent organization that gave birth to both
Al-Qaeda and HAMAS. Frankly, this is no different than America actually
recognizing Al-Qaeda and HAMAS. And that’s basically what’s happening here.
Incredible. Incredibly sickening.
At this point, it’s well beyond solidified that any Republican (except Ron
Paul, though even he is better on the Muslim Bro’hood issue) will be a better
President. ANY. All. This guy MUST. GO. If Sarah Palin were the nominee, I would
vote for her. This guy is unAmerican. It’s not American to recognize and Islamic
terrorist group bent on the West’s destruction. This isn’t about Israel. It’s
about the long-term survival of the West. Period. And Barack Obama is a soldier
for the other side.
The U.S. has decided to formally resume contact with Egypt’s Muslim
Brotherhood group – which does not recognize Israel. . . . Read
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The 2012 election is underway and it will be a street fight, whose outcome will determine if the United States survives as a republic.
It is futile writing to Congress for the redress of grievances. They are only interested in getting elected, not in representing their constituents.
This is why the Second Amendment is so important, particularly for women. In fact, the Second Amendment should really be the first banner of the so-called feminists, because it is a true empowerment to be able to defend yourself. From the Boot.com comes the storyof how country star Craig Morgan’s foresight in training his daughter how to responsibly use firearms helped perhaps save her life:
“During one show taping I was on a hunt, and I got a phone call that my daughter’s house in Arkansas had been broken into. She was in the house and there was a gunman in the house,” Craig [Morgan] recalls.
“Everything turned out just fine, thank goodness,” the father of five reports. “My daughter was smart enough to go in her bedroom and lock herself up, and she had a pistol, so she was waiting if he came through. Thank goodness he didn’t, because she would have had to have shot him. And her biggest thing was she would’ve felt bad, because she knows that she would’ve had to talk to someone and they would’ve asked her if she felt bad about it, and she would have had to say NO! [laughs] And they would’ve thought she was crazy.
“I also have a 14-year-old in the house right now who has a great respect for weapons and understands the impact they have,” Craig continues. “And I’m very fortunate I live in the country where my daughter has a right to have a pistol to protect herself. That’s the way we looked at it.”
The Committee on House Oversight and Government Reform will be having a hearing today on the “Gunwalker” scandal almost guaranteed to fill any observer with disgust. It will be a markedly different kind of hearing than the previous hearings on the scandal chaired by Rep. Darrell Issa.
A CIA/FBI agent was responsible for creating the first al-Qaeda training manual from classified military sources. Ali Mohamed covertly moved up through the ranks undetected until the Egyptian-born al-Qaeda spy was finally discovered. Though arrested in 1998, Mohamed’s whereabouts and legal status remain unknown. Fort Hood jihadist Nidal Malik Hasan benefited from the same faulty screening.
Jordanian-born “reformed” jihadist Humam al-Balawi deceived some anxious CIA agents, promising to deliver al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri to them. Instead, as he passed their guard, he detonated a suicide belt, killing the agents. We were the first to translate the sinister plan of this Taliban spy, which was missed by the CIA but was advertised on his Arabic website for the whole Arabic world to read: