Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Fwd: Joe Biden’s Niece Arrested For Assaulting an NYC Police Officer

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Fwd: [New post] Spew Alert: Our Old Friend bkeyser Makes Twitchy





Dave posted: " Here is the Twitchy link. Here is the link to Bob's original work , and while you are there, you might want to peruse his other most excellent stuff, too. Personally, I think this is his best one yet. -Dave (h/t: Tugboat Phil)"
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Spew Alert: Our Old Friend bkeyser Makes Twitchy

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Here is the Twitchy link.

Here is the link to Bob's original work , and while you are there, you might want to peruse his other most excellent stuff, too.

Personally, I think this is his best one yet.

-Dave

(h/t: Tugboat Phil)

Dave | September 17, 2013 at 6:09 pm | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/pKuKY-npG

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Fwd: [New post] Muslims Say Non-Muslim Women “Ask” To Be Raped





burkasrugly posted: "Fellow infidels, Every American dad, husband, father, grandfather, etc., should join with their female loved ones in standing up to this blatant evil from the Satanic religion of Islam.  Not radical Islam, but Islam.  Muslim men consider non-Muslim wom"
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Muslims Say Non-Muslim Women "Ask" To Be Raped

by burkasrugly

Fellow infidels,

Every American dad, husband, father, grandfather, etc., should join with their female loved ones in standing up to this blatant evil from the Satanic religion of Islam.  Not radical Islam, but Islam.  Muslim men consider non-Muslim women whores and sluts since they do not wear the veil. To top that off, Muslim men say that non-Muslim women are just asking to be raped.  What?  Can't Muslim men control their animal urges?  Forgive me, I insult animals!

As proof that I am not just making this up, I am including an excerpt from the following article by Robert Spencer that appeared on PJ Media:

This (rape of non-Muslim women by Muslim men) is happening because the Qur'an allows Muslim men to have sex with captive slave girls, the "captives of the right hand" (4:3; 4:23-4). Muslim clerics have also said that women who violate Islam's dress codes and venture out uncovered deserve what they get. In Denmark, Mufti Shahid Mehdi said, "Women are not entitled to respect when they walk around without a hijab. They are to blame when they are attacked." And the mufti of Australia, Sheikh Taj al-Din al-Hilali, gained international notoriety in 2006 by saying that victims of rape are at fault. Speaking to a Muslim audience in Sydney, he explained that rape (specifically, zina, sexual activity forbidden under Islamic law — a word mistranslated in published accounts of the sheikh's words as "adultery") is "90 percent the woman's responsibility. Why? Because a woman owns the weapon of seduction. It's she who takes off her clothes, shortens them, flirts, puts on make-up and powder and takes to the streets, God protect us, dallying. It's she who shortens, raises and lowers. Then, it's a look, a smile, a conversation, a greeting, a talk, a date, a meeting, a crime, then Long Bay jail."

To read the full story at PJ Media, click here.

Ladies....this could happen here, if the liberals get their way.  Remember, Muslim sensibilities TRUMP women's rights in the eyes of liberals.  You liberal women should really be taking measurements for that burka now!  It won't be long before you will have to don one....or you only have yourself to blame if a Muslim man rapes you. (Sarcasm)

Until next time,

Burkasrugly

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Fwd: [New post] What do you get when you rearrange PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA?





Dr. Eowyn posted: "Answer: AN ARAB BACKED IMPOSTER ! Try this anagram for yourself: P R E S I D E N T B A R A C K O B A M A A N A R A B B A C K E D I M P O S T E R You can't make this stuff up. LOL H/t Give Us Liberty 1776 and Obama Release Your Records ~Eowy"
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What do you get when you rearrange PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA?

by Dr. Eowyn

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AN ARAB BACKED IMPOSTER !

obama-bow-saudi-arabia

Try this anagram for yourself:

P R E S I D E N T B A R A C K O B A M A

A N A R A B B A C K E D I M P O S T E R

You can't make this stuff up. LOL

H/t Give Us Liberty 1776 and Obama Release Your Records

~Eowyn

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Re: [tenleytown] Community forum on mental health issues

Don't you think it is sordid to use the tragedy of people whose family members are dead because you disarmed them (I believe Clinton is the one who decided people on a military base could not be armed) to push your agenda to disarm the rest of the public?

I am always a little surprised at the level to which people will stoop to push their agenda of grabbing more loot and power for their factions, from selling poor kids to bad schools in exchange for educrat cartel donations, to this.

It is really really shameful.  Even if it is what you are paid as a PR lobbyist flak to do for a living.

On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, Ben Thielen wrote:
Bruce:

How about you look the family members of the twelve innocent people who lost their lives yesterday for no reason other than being unlucky enough to be in the wrong place at the wrong time that having background checks to prevent terrorists, the mentally ill, and violent criminals from owning guns, how about you look them directly in their eyes and explain to them how this is taking away someone's liberty. If you're not willing to do so, then save your sanctimonious BS.

DC might be a gun-free zone but right across the river, Virginia has some very lax gun laws. Gun safety is only as effective as the weakest state laws.

-Ben Thielen


Or alternatively, since almost no one is allowed to purchase a gun in DC, whether disarming whole populations, like employees on military bases, so they are sitting ducks who can't stop a criminal, is a sign of mental illness among policy makers.

On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, Ben Thielen wrote:
 

Thank you, Michael.  Perhaps there can be a discussion about why mentally ill people are allowed to purchase and own guns.
 


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Fwd: [New post] The Blood of the Innocent is on the Hands of Barack as FSA Rebels Behead Christian Girl (Video)




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FSA Rebels funded by Barack Hussein Obama have massacred another village of innocent Syrians, to include this little girl that was beheaded.  She was identified as being a Christian.  

Come judgement day, may the blood of this little girl.. and every Syrian woman and child be on the hands of the Great Satan, Barack Hussein Obama.  May his evil soul return to the very depths of hell from where it arose.

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Fwd: Joint Information Environment Is Under Way






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Joint Information Environment Is Under Way

September 16, 2013

By Henry S. Kenyon

 

The overarching defense network no longer is just a dream.

The military's plan to create a single, secure information-sharing environment for all the services finally is taking shape. After much talk and planning, the U.S. Defense Department's Joint Information Environment (JIE) now is being built with its first component reaching initial operational capability this summer.

"The JIE is not coming, it is here," said Lt. Gen. Mark S. Bowman, USA, director, command, control, communications and computers (C4)/cyber, and chief information officer (CIO) for the Joint Staff and J-6/CIO. Details of the JIE's launch and what it will mean for the military, as described by Gen. Bowman and other top Defense Department officials, were the main focus of the AFCEA International Northern Virginia Chapter's 6th Annual Joint Warfighter IT Day, "Leveraging Technology to Achieve Force Dominance Across the Services," held in McLean, Virginia, on September 12.

The European part of the JIE, known as Increment One, reached its initial operating capability on July 1, Gen. Bowman said. Work is ongoing to further broaden Increment One capabilities and systems for the U.S. European Command. The three areas where work is under way are network consolidation, enterprise capabilities and applications, and enhancing cyber operations security, he said.

Two other JIE increments are next. They will cover the U.S. Pacific Command and operations in the continental United States. Although work now is under way and a schedule is in place, it is only a draft schedule and is subject to change, explained Robert J. Carey, principal deputy CIO, Defense Department. The march to setting an overall baseline for the JIE will follow a set of linked events across the Defense Department enterprise that will progress as funds and time allow. Citing the tentativeness of the schedule, Carey would not provide further details about the next two increments, but he noted that the effort's progress and activity will ramp up significantly in 2014.

The JIE will connect all of the services together. For the U.S. Air Force, this means that it will serve as the basis of the Air Force's future interoperability needs, explained Lt. Gen. Michael J. Basla, USAF, the service's chief information dominance officer and CIO. To meet the Defense Department's guidelines to move to the JIE, the Air Force is centralizing its information technology authority as well as working on guidelines to bring the service's individual networks into a larger architecture. As the Air Force eliminates redundant networks, it can focus on providing information technology services more efficiently. "This will be the foundation of the future of joint warfighting," he said.

Once the transition to the JIE is complete, it will improve commanders' and warfighters' command and control capabilities, said Adm. James Winnefeld, USN, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. When the environment is fully up and running, it will allow forces to seamlessly transition their data and orders from garrison to deployment missions and back again.

The JIE also will allow warfighters to work jointly and collaboratively in a secure information sharing environment. Its architecture permits the seamless use of shared battlefield tools such as joint fires and maneuver applications. "JIE is not just a set of lofty expectations—we're making it operational today," Adm. Winnefeld said.

A key benefit of the JIE will be the ability to connect military networks out to the very tactical edge, something the Defense Department currently cannot do, Carey said. Another issue is that the current military computing environment is broken up into service-oriented silos, which allow software based capabilities and tools to be deployed in a single domain but not across the entire Defense Department enterprise.

The JIE will feature an integrated cyber defense system with a single security architecture (SSA) at its core. The SSA already is being built out as part of the JIE rollout in Europe, said Lt. Gen. Ronnie D. Hawkins Jr., USAF, director of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). DISA is working with the services to get the security architecture into place.

DISA also is helping the services merge their networks into a single architecture, as opposed to the many individual networks that currently exist at the base, camp and post level, Gen. Hawkins said. By building out the SSA, he believes that this consolidation process can be accelerated with the knowledge that data security will be built in from the start, he said.

Another part of the department's overall plan is for the Global Information Grid (GIG) to evolve into the JIE. As it stands, the GIG is a heterogeneous mix of networks and domains that is hard to defend and expensive to operate, Carey explained. In contrast, he described the JIE as a design concept with a single set of standards and architecture that will be rolled out across classified and unclassified networks.

Setting up the JIE will also be a change in the way the Defense Department does business. There will be no large, monolithic contracts, no big pot of money to win, Carey said. Exactly how the JIE is implemented will be up to the department and the services' budget prioritization plans. He added that despite some criticism, the initial slow pace of getting the JIE process established reflected the realities of handling such a complex undertaking.

The significant difference between the JIE and other major information technology efforts in the Defense Department is that the JIE is not a program of record—not a formal program in the traditional defense sense, with offices and management infrastructure. "We don't want one," Gen. Bowman said. Instead, the JIE is run as a lean effort, with only three top leaders/administrators—Carey included. The JIE is using existing programs and technologies to develop its architecture. But, he cautioned industry that the JIE is not a platform to hook a program onto simply to get funding.

 



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Fwd: Laughter drowned in sorrow








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Laughter drowned in sorrow

By Wesley Pruden

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

If, as certain wise men are saying, Barack Obama's Syrian deal with Vladimir Putin will die of a thousand cuts, somebody with a knife had better get busy. Four or five slices have been taken out of the deal already, and the carcass looks like it could already use a transfusion. It won't last for a thousand cuts, or even a dozen.

The agreement worked out between Secretary of State John Kerry and the Russians requires several things that the Russians and their client Bashar Assad are not likely to deliver as promised. The first is a "comprehensive listing" of Syria's chemical stockpiles "within a week." Even if the Syrians delivered such an inventory, it would be a list of fiction, and there were reports Monday in the Lebanese and Israeli newspapers that convoys of trucks, thought to be hauling chemicals, have been seen leaving Syria for Lebanon and Iraq.

Under the agreement, arms inspectors must be "on the ground" by November to supervise the inspections by mid-2014. This gives the Syrians, and the Russians, ample time to make sure there's nothing more than a Junior Chemistry Set to inspect. The real goods will be long gone, hidden away in dozens of hidey holes in the mountains or deserts, where they can be conveniently retrieved when wanted or needed.

John Bolton, the former chief U.S. delegate to the United Nations and now a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, is among those not impressed by the prospect of getting even an inventory from the Syrians. "It'll slip a few days," he says, "or maybe a few more. Maybe the first declaration won't be full and complete, and it will have to be amended. And then it'll have to be amended again."

Soon enough everyone will be bored by the delay, obfuscation, fibs and stretchers. "Moving on" is what we all do well, and nowhere is "moving on" done better than in Washington, where the pursuit of the new thing is much prized. The White House is obviously counting on it. Mr. Kerry concedes that the agreement he worked out with Sergey Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, makes no mention of how Syria will be punished if it merely blows smoke at Washington. Mr. Kerry assures us that the United Nations Security Council can deal with it. If the Security Council does what it does best, which is nothing, the secretary can write a strong letter of protest, and if that doesn't work, there will be time to get really tough. He'll write a letter to the editor.

Vladimir Putin is thoroughly enjoying himself, grooving on the humiliation of Barack Obama and the Americans. The taunting is catching. A member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Russian parliament couldn't resist tweeting about the shooting Monday at the Washington Navy Yard: "A new shootout at Navy headquarters in Washington — a lone gunman and seven corpses. Nobody's even surprised any more. A clear confirmation of American exceptionalism."

Once upon a time, and not so long ago, Moscow wouldn't have dared mock even Jimmy Carter that way.

Some mocking is more serious than mere twittering. Syria is joining the Chemical Warfare Convention, as it must as part of the agreement, and it has to have a sponsor, sort of like sponsoring the sweetheart of Sigma Chi (all the words, but no music), so Moscow stepped up to do the honors. Poor Syria. The Russians are the only sponsors they could find. The Russians themselves have never made a full and final accounting of their own chemical stockpiles, which puts them in violation of the treaty. "So the notion that Russia is going to vouch for Bashar Assad is almost comical," Mr. Bolton told Fox News. "You can't make this stuff up."

The agreement is laced with such irony. The agreement assures the world that the Security Council will take measures "commensurate" with any violations of the treaty, and commensurate could mean anything from leaving the vodka out of the lemonade in the delegates' lounge to changing the lock on the door to the men's room. The agreement provides ample time to debate the punishment (if any).

President Obama has raised ineptitude and incompetence to an art never before seen at the White House. "I got elected to end wars, not start them," he told a PBS interviewer last week. "Over the last 4 years, I have done everything I could to limit our footprint around the world." He certainly has done that, but the cheers he sought sound more like laughter, with the laughter drowned in sorrow.

Wesley Pruden is editor emeritus of The Washington Times.

 



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Fwd: Obama to Issue More Executive Actions on Gun Control After Navy Yard Shooting






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September 17, 2013

Obama to Issue More Executive Actions on Gun Control After Navy Yard Shooting

Katie Pavlich

9/17/2013 3:00:00 PM - Katie Pavlich

We knew this was coming. Yesterday, before launching into a highly politicized speech in which he berated Republicans, President Barack Obama took a moment to address the rampage carried out by madman Aaron Alexis at the Navy Yard in Washington D.C.

"We are confronting yet another mass shooting," Obama said.

Just a few short months ago, gun control legislation died in the Senate (thanks to a lack of votes from Democrats) after politicians like Senator Diane Feinstein and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg overreached with their gun control goals.

Regardless, President Obama isn't letting a good crisis go to waste, and will be issuing more executive actions on gun control according to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.

In the wake of the shooting at the Navy Yard, Obama spokesman Jay Carney said the president is implementing executive actions and reiterated his commitment to strengthening gun laws, including expanding background checks to sales online and at gun shows.

"The president supports, as do an overwhelming majority of Americans, common-sense measures to reduce gun violence," Carney said.

So, would new gun control actions like expanded background checks have prevented what happened yesterday in Washington? The answer is a resounding, no.

Alexis entered Washington D.C. with a firearm, entered the Navy Yard with a firearm, stole multiple firearms off of police officers and murdered a dozen people. All of these actions are illegal.

More on that from NRO's Charles C.W. Cooke:

Indeed, in preparing for his spree, Aaron Alexis quite literally followed Joe Biden's advice: He went out and bought an uncontroversial shotgun from a reputable, licensed dealer and subjected himself successfully to a federal background check. So routine was this purchase, it should be noted, that it could have been made legally in England or in France.

None of the usual political language applies here. Alexis, who killed twelve people, did not buy a weapon "from a friend" or "over the Internet" or in the "parking lot of a gun show"; he did not have a "high capacity" magazine from which to "spray" bullets around; he did not buy a "military style" "assault weapon" — nor even use one; he did not deploy "armor-piercing bullets." Instead, he bought a shotgun that almost nobody is openly suggesting should be banned or controlled. Politicians and public figures who call for new laws in the wake of this shooting will thus need nailing to the wall with a simple and reliable question: "What exactly do you propose doing, and how specifically would it have changed what happened at the Navy Yard?" When I have asked this question of non-journalists on Twitter, I have received a common — refreshingly honest — answer: "A gun ban."

Sure, Alexis legally purchased a shotgun in Virginia, but he also passed the federal NICS background check. With a history of violence, how did that happen?

Texas records show that Alexis was arrested Sept. 4, 2010, for allegedly discharging a firearm at his Fort Worth home. He told police was cleaning a gun in his apartment when it accidentally went off, according to a statement from the Tarrant County district attorney's office.

Authorities initially filed charges, but those charges were later dropped — therefore not preventing Alexis from passing a federally-required criminal background check, an official said.

As in most cases, the Justice system failed, Alexis wasn't prosecuted and gun laws already on the books were not enforced.

Despite these facts, leave it to the most anti-gun President in history to use law-abiding citizens as a scapegoat for his anti-Second Amendment, gun ban agenda.



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Re: [tenleytown] Community forum on mental health issues

Or alternatively, since almost no one is allowed to purchase a gun in DC, whether disarming whole populations, like employees on military bases, so they are sitting ducks who can't stop a criminal, is a sign of mental illness among policy makers.

On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, Ben Thielen wrote:
 

Thank you, Michael.  Perhaps there can be a discussion about why mentally ill people are allowed to purchase and own guns.
 


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