Monday, July 25, 2011

Obama "needs a dance partner" on immigration reform while speaking before La Raza

"The idea of doing things on my own is very tempting. I promise you, not just on immigration reform. But that's not how our system works. That's not how our democracy functions. That's not how our Constitution is written," Obama said at the National Council of La Raza's annual conference.

"Let's be honest, I need a dance partner here, and the floor is empty," he added, referring to the need for bipartisan congressional support to pass an immigration reform measure.

Members of the audience responded by chanting, "Yes you can, yes you can."

"I need you to keep building a movement for change outside of Washington, one they can't stop, one that's greater than this community," Obama told them.

La Raza, behind the NAACP is the most racist political organization in our country. La Raza in Spanish literally means "The Race". What a disgrace our president is.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Anders Behring Breivik was a RIGHT WING CHRISTIAN TERRORIST!

The Norway massacre was carried out not by Muslims as I had suspected, but by a "Christian fundamentalist" as the media has already branded him. No surprise there.

Oh boy, are you ready for this train ride?

"The suspect in custory was identified by Norway's national broadcaster as Anders Behring Breivik, 32; police would not confirm his identity because he has not been formally charged.

Authorities say he posted on Christian fundamentalist websites and reportedly held right-wing, anti-Muslim views. He was also once a member of the youth wing of a rightist party."

Are you ready for an all out assault on Christianity and right wing ideology? Because the wave of left wing hate towards all things Christ like is already coming, and this is all the ammunition they need.

Mosey on over to the left wing anti-Christian Daily Kos, where they are already having a heyday.

In online debates he makes his mark as a well-read, and one with strong opinions about Norwegian politics. He promotes a very conservative opinions, which he also called nationalist. He expresses himself strongly opposed to multiculturalism – that cultural differences can live together in a community. In one of the posts he states that politics today no longer revolves around socialism against capitalism, but that the fight is between nationalism and internationalism. He expressed clear support for the nationalist mindset. He also commented on the Swedish news articles, where he makes it clear that he believes the media have failed by not being “NOK” Islam-critical.

Oh no!! Christian! Conservative! Nationalist! Anti Islam! 

He might as well be a Tea Partier! The only word I have yet to see is RAAAAAAACIST.

Christian fundamentalist websites? I would love to see what kind of sites these are. Are they cult websites? Aryan websites? Nordic Viking metal websites?

Let's get something straight. This guy should have been dead the moment he was apprehended. It is too bad one of the officers didn't "accidentally" have a negligent discharge and save the taxpayers in Norway a year's worth of justice system grief at their expense. This guy deserves death, nothing less.

That said, I predict this event will be the primary source of ammunition for Christian haters worldwide for years to come. I can see Rosie O'Donnell flailing her flabby arms in her mudhole right now screaming, "Burn the Christians!". Barack Obama, Eric Holder, and Janet Napolitano will justify this as evidence that right wing "Christian" terrorism is just as dangerous as Islamic terrorism. Atheists who dominate the politics in Europe will do the same. Hatred for the religion of Islam and all of its barbarity worldwide will become instantly linked to right wing terrorism fueled by Christian extremes.

I can see it now, the lamebrains on the left...."See? See? Christian terrorism is just as bad!"

This man was a Christian as much as Adolf Hitler and Timothy McVeigh were Christians, though the names just mentioned are a favorite arguing point of the secular left when it comes to Christian vs. Muslim violence. (Look at history and you'll find both Hitler and McVeigh hated Christianity.)

Before we label this monster a Christian, give me some evidence he was a Christian. Did he yell, "Jesus is Great!" before he shot them like Mr. "Allahu Akbar!" Nidal Malik Hasan did before he mowed down our soldiers at Fort Hood? Did he read the teachings of Jesus, and base his actions on them? Did a Christian sermon motivate him to go out and murder people who did not believe? Where are the Christians waving bibles in the street cheering such madness?

So far, none of the above things have been reported. Just remember, he posted anti Islam and right wing extremist stuff on Christian message boards, therefore, this was a Christian terrorist attack!

Sunday, July 17, 2011

My mission in Iraq makes headlines

I have mentioned in the past that my unit here in Iraq has undertaken a unique mission. Well you can now get a small glimpse of what we have been doing here on CNN...

U.S. hands over Saddam-era officials to Iraqis

I was here at Cropper for this transfer of inmates, and ultimately, authority back to the Iraqi government, and we dealt with these 206 inmates on a daily basis.

Monday, July 11, 2011

Update from Iraq

I am 4 months into the deployment here and taking things one day at a time! It's difficult at times being here, but I am so blessed to have such wonderful family and friends showing their constant support. I tell myself everyday, "it could be worse".

I am currently working as a medic in Baghdad at an unspecified location on Victory Base Complex where I have the privilege and honor of partaking in a very unique mission, one that has given me a lot of knowledge about our enemy, at the same time cementing my firm belief in American exceptionalism.

Everything is different here, from the weather to the terrain to the smell and everything in between. Sometimes it is like being on another planet. Green is a color you do not see very often. Even the smell of trees and the touch of grass is something I miss, and something I look forward to when I come home. I have come into contact with many nationalities- Kuwaitees, Iraqis, Indians, Nepalese, Sri Lankans. The third party nationals who do contracting work here are extremely respectful and kind to American troops. I make sure I show them just as much respect and they show me!

Attacks here have become more frequent unfortunately. You might have already heard, but last month was the deadliest month here since 2008, and July doesn't look too much better. Casualties seem to be a weekly, if not daily, thing here. I have a firm belief Iraq has become the next "forgotten war" but will all soon change towards the end of this year. Al Sadr and other Shite militia groups have vowed unrelenting attacks on US troops here if we do not stick with our December 31st deadline. Now that our government has pledged 8,500 to 10,000 troops to stay past the deadline, I can only see this getting worse.

There are few extracurricular activities here. I am so thankful to have a gym at my disposal for free and that is where I spend most of my free time, as well as a small outdoor basketball court right outside my barracks. There are bootleg DVD shops all over the place here where you can buy horrible quality DVDs for a dollar. There is also a very nice "getaway area" here on VBC where troops can go to relax, which is located inside one of Saddam Hussein's old palaces! Inside there is a movie theater, video game room, and a gym overlooking a lake. Outside is a very nice pool.

Speaking of Saddam Hussein's palaces, I had the opportunity to take a tour of one of them. What an experience that was. It gives you chills some of the things he did. To name a few...he had a special palace built to house all of his concubines, against their will. Almost like a rape prison. Had an in ground pool with no water in it where he kept prisoners to torture them. I could see a spot where a man was chained to the metal ladder on the side of the pool getting his head drilled with an electric drill. His brain matter was still visible, caked on the tiles. He had special brick wall built up to keep construction workers out of his living quarters during construction of one of the palaces. He was always paranoid one of them would assassinate him. After construction they would be ordered to tear it down. I also saw the room where Dan Rather interviewed him, his conference room where he held meetings with his Baathist government, as well as the bombed out Baath party movie theater, which got blown to bits by an American tomahawk missile while 100+ Baathist officials were inside watching Julia Roberts in 'Pretty Woman'! None survived.

Above all, I am happy to be here! It is a unique time in history, and I am taking part in a very unique mission. I get to see the transfer of authority from us to the soldiers of Iraq first hand. It is still somewhat of an eerie feeling seeing Apache helicopters and uparmored humvees with Iraqi flags on them. But they are our ally now, and many American soldiers died for this. I thank each and every one of you on here for your support and your patriotism! It is refreshing and encouraging.

Friday, July 8, 2011

A shout out to a new blogger!

One of my best friends has just started a new blog and is just now getting her first tastes in blogging!

She is....
---Extremely opinionated
---Proud to be an American
---ADHD, no holds barred!
---Further proof that conservative women are hotter than liberal women
---Gun lover and liberal hater
---An amazing photographer to boot

Check out Memoirs of the Attention Deficit for right wing ramblings and other random thoughts if you have time! And tell her Hack sent you.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Nanny state justice and thin skinned nincompoops.

No one has any common sense anymore. And everyone is always offended by something. Whenever something happens, someone must be at fault no matter what, even if it is something stupid.

Take this latest story for instance.

When 18-year-old Tyell Morton put a blow-up sex doll in a bathroom stall on the last day of school, he didn't expect school officials to call a bomb squad or that he'd be facing up to eight years in prison and a possible felony record.

The senior prank gone awry has raised questions of race, prosecutorial zeal and the post-Columbine mindset in a small Indiana town and around the country, The Indianapolis Star reported in its Tuesday editions.

Legal experts question the appropriateness of the charges against Morton, and law professor Jonathan Turley at George Washington University posed a wider question about Morton's case on his legal blog.

"The question is what type of society we are creating when our children have to fear that a prank (could) lead them to jail for almost a decade. What type of citizens are we creating who fear the arbitrary use of criminal charges by their government?"

In the wake of the OJ Simpson trial Round 2, I read this and I have to ask myself...what is wrong with our justice system?

Or perhaps it is a bigger, broader problem at the root of our society. We live in a day and age here in America where common sense can no longer be found. Simplicity and reason have vanished into thin air. Like I said at the top of the post, even for something as simple as a high school prank, someone has to be at fault. Well have you ever thought of it this way....that maybe there are some instances where no one is at fault? We saw the same crapola last year when a teenage prankster was charged with "bias intimidation" after pulling a seemingly innocent, though foolish, prank at Walmart.