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The Never Ending Story

Obama andd Holder got smacked in the head by Univision. Fast and Furious, along with other gunrunning in Florida and Texas, were on the menu. How can anyone with a conscience not feel a great deal of anger over this egregious program instituted by our own government? How can this ever be considered justifiable and where is the media on this issue?  Is it any wonder at all the majority of Americans do not trust government or the media. Massive cover up on a grand scale. Some things done by the pols can never be forgiven, this is one of them. More from PJMedia:

Operation Castaway, run with the same bloody-minded approach as Operation Fast and Furious, provided more than 1,000 guns to cartels via the Tampa ATF. Those guns leaked out across Honduras, Colombia, and Venezuela, according to the U.S. veteran who smuggled some of the weapons, Hugh Crumpler:

“When the ATF stopped me, they told me the guns were going to cartels,” Hugh Crumpler, a Vietnam veteran turned arms trafficker, told Univision News. “The ATF knew before I knew and had been following me for a considerable length of time. They could not have followed me for two months like they said they did, and not know the guns were going somewhere, and not want for that to be happening.”

Univision also uncovered evidence of weapons being smuggled from Texas: two gun-smuggling programs similar to Fast and Furious are rumored to have put thousands of additional weapons in the cartels’ hands in operations larger than Fast and Furious.

Politics now trumps terrorism (man caused disaster) in the enlightened Obama era. Walter Russell Meade

Basing war policy on the denial of facts is never smart, and the blow back can be severe. It’s quite possible that President Obama will be more frank about this conflict in his second term; whatever happens in November the threat will be too real and our efforts to deal with it will be too far-reaching for the United States government to pretend that we don’t face a global security challenge as serious as a war.

Of course, we are all hoping there won’t be a second term for Obama. In light of Benghazi and, Fast and Furious, there is no good reason to re-elect Obama, especially when he continually lies to the American public. Does anyone honestly believe  Obama and his cohorts are capable of telling the truth?

The intelligence community — which Clapper nominally heads — knew within hours that the attacks weren’t just coincidental blowback from a video that had been on the Internet for months. They were a direct assault on US diplomatic personnel, something that’s normally an act of war.

Indeed, everything about the administration’s response to the latest Islamic assault on civilized diplomatic norms is bunk, from the Cairo embassy’s initial tweets blaming the video for the riots to the press secretary’s bald-faced lying to the press corps, to the spectacle of the Office of National Intelligence volunteering as a scapegoat to protect the president’s reputation.

So behold the wreckage: not just the consulate in Libya, but the entire Obama foreign-policy “reset,” including his conciliatory 2009 speech to the Muslim world in Cairo.

With the debris still smoldering, the FBI, which has investigatory jurisdiction in these cases, is still not in Benghazi yet.

How does Obama justify this?

What I pointed out was, that it was appalling that Valerie Jarrett had a Secret  Service detail.  A staff member in the White House who is a senior aide and  has a full Secret Service detail, even while on vacation, and nobody in the  press had asked why.  That has become more poignant, as I said, last week,  when we discovered that we had an American ambassador, on the anniversary of  9/11, who was without adequate security—while she still has a Secret Service  detail assigned to her full-time, at a massive cost, and no one in the media has  gone to ask why.

or this….

I raised the question of David Plouffe.  David Plouffe, who is the  White House’s Senior Adviser—and was Obama’s campaign manager last time, he and  [David] Axelrod sort of switched out, Axelrod going back to Chicago for the  campaign—and just after it was announced that he was coming, an Iranian front  group in Nigeria gave him $100,000 to give two speeches in Nigeria.

Now, let me tell you: There’s nobody that hands—no stranger gives you  $100,000 and doesn’t expect something in return, unless you live in a world that  I don’t.  And no one has raised this in the mainstream media.

It’s been reported 15% of likely voters are still undecided, I am hoping we can convince a few of them to vote for Romney. America can do better then the current administration.

open thread…


  1. “Pentagon Blames ‘Friendly Fire’ Attacks on Culturally Insensitive Behavior By US troops”
    YEP, it’s all the fault of the troops being murdered by their so called counterparts. If they would just learn to be more sensitive then the Islamists wouldn’t shoot them down in cold blood. After all, we are dealing with the “Religion of Peace” /s

  2. Francine

    This guy looks good, former Secret Service agent running for Senate against 3rd most liberal Senator:

    “As for Obama’s statement declaring, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that,” Bongino has a few words for the president:

    “We built that!” he said. “We built the roads, too! Those are our tax dollars. There’s no such thing as public dollars. Those are private dollars confiscated by the government, vis-à-vis tax policy – some for good causes and some for not – but he didn’t build that.”

    • Oh I like him!! 🙂

    • I like. We need more people like him to run for office.

  3. I was reading an article on Biden’s trip to SW FL last week, and a line from his speech caught me eye.

    “With you’re help, we’ll represent 100 percent of America.”

    Um, Joe, what percentage do you represent now?

    • Uncanny isn’t it?

    • This sounds like secret info that should never have been leaked…

  4. Common sense prevails…

    A Republican congresswoman froze a request by the Obama administration for $450 million in cash for the Egyptian government, saying it needed new scrutiny amid rocky US ties with Cairo.

    The lawmaker, Kay Granger, from Texas, who chairs the Appropriations Subcommitee on State and Foreign Relations, on Friday put a “hold” on the application, meaning it could be held up indefinitely.

    “This proposal comes to Congress at a point when the US-Egypt relationship has never been under more scrutiny, and rightly so,” Granger said in a statement.

    “I am not convinced of the urgent need for this assistance and I cannot support it at this time. As Chair of the Subcommittee, I have placed a hold on these funds.”

    The purpose of the funds could not be immediately confirmed.

    But an official said the money, requested Friday, was part of a package worth $1 billion that Obama pledged to Cairo last year to aid its transition to democracy following its Arab Spring revolution.

  5. what do our kids want? LOL 😀 Dreamers

  6. sowsear
    • Looks as if BO doesn’t care much who he kills as long as it suits a political purpose…..WTF is wrong with him?

    • Any one of those kids could be his son….

  7. Francine
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