As Obama steers the country on a course for pointless war and bankruptcy, only the Republican Party is positioned to put up resistance. This means there is no resistance, so long as the GOP is controlled by the likes of John McCain.
What could be more terrifying than your country’s future falling partially into the hands of a moonbat who believes that a terrorist shrieking “Allahu Akhbar” as he kills for Satan is the same thing as a Christian thanking God?
Far from presenting Obama with opposition, McCain is the Peace Prize Laureate in Chief’s ally, and has been serving as his ramrod to rally support for a war against Syria. Here is McCain thoughtfully considering the consequences of his reckless actions as the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations discusses plunging us into yet another war, even as the national debt climbs through the stratosphere:
That’s video poker he is playing on his phone, when he should have been listening to the many excellent arguments against attacking Syria.
McCain is a backstabber and an irresponsible menace, of no use to anyone except Obama. He should be removed from office immediately for the sake of public safety.
Popular and widely read Egyptian newspaper Al Wafd published the above picture today portraying U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama as Satan himself. The unflattering picture has been making the rounds on Facebook in the Middle East and, according to Al Wafd, is representative of the hatred growing numbers of people in the region have for the American president, thanks to his staunch and unwavering support for Islamists and jihadiis — whether in Nigeria, Libya, Egypt, or Syria — even as they terrorize, murder, rape, and burn down Christian churches, that is, even as they engage in diabolical activities.
The National Rifle Association joined the American Civil Liberties Union’s lawsuit on Wednesday to end the government’s massive phone record collection program.
In a brief filed in federal court, the NRA argues that the National Security Agency’s database of phone records amounts to a “national gun registry.”
The National Constitution Center has chosen its winner of the 2013 Liberty Medal, an award that goes to someone who “furthered the ideals of freedom, democracy, and equality, often against great odds.”
This year, it goes to this person:
And former Florida governor Jeb Bush is presenting the award to her, not reluctantly, but willingly. After all, he’s the NCC Chairman:
“Former Secretary Clinton has dedicated her life to serving and engaging people across the world in democracy,” Bush, the NCC’s chairman, said in a statement announcing the award. “These efforts as a citizen, an activist, and a leader have earned Secretary Clinton this year’s Liberty Medal.”
I don’t know that I’ve ever associated the word “leader” with Hillary Clinton. I’ve associated a few others, but never “leader.”
Meanwhile, four people were still killed in Benghazi. But what difference, at this point, does it make? Am I right, Jeb?
Someone please get the video of this presentation. I have a feeling it will come in handy during the 2016 Republican primaries. I don’t want a GOP candidate who’d head an organization willing to give Hillary Clinton an award for furthering freedom.
Via Roll Call:
Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas, told reporters Thursday that House leaders expect the Senate to vote on the Syria resolution on Sept. 11.
Reading an email off his phone from his chief of staff, Culberson indicated that Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., thinks the Senate will vote on the Syria resolution next Wednesday.
While the House may not always have the best idea of what is going on in the Senate, “Cantor expects the Senate to vote on 9/11,” Culberson said, parroting the guidance email.
While the Sept. 11 anniversary might seem like a curious day to hold the vote, Culberson thought it was fitting.
“How could it be any clearer? That’s the perfect day to do it,” Culberson said. “They need to defeat it to honor the victims of 9/11 and we will not give aid and comfort to al-Qaida and the psychopaths that carried out the 9/11 attacks.”
That theory, however, may be complicated Senate rules.
If Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., moves to put the resolution on the floor Sept. 9, a test vote on the resolution would likely occur on Sept. 11. Sixty votes would be needed to bypass any blockade to bringing the measure up. If the measure gets past that Wednesday vote, a vote on final passage could occur on Sept. 12, if all senators agreed. However, any senator could attempt to filibuster, which would push a final passage vote to Sept. 14 — one hour after midnight — unless a time agreement could be reached.