Obama Hates our Military?

First I have to say, do not put a bottle of beer, or two or three, in the damn freezer and forget about them! Not a pretty sight when you uncap a bottle! And I do that all the time! I stick in a bottle or more in the freezer to quick cool them down and I lose track of the time and when I remember, like I said, not a pretty sight to behold!

Update on our poor sick dog Coco. She is now just laying there and won’t even lift up her head. Won’t drink or eat. Even her favorite she will not even move for and that is peanut butter. Anyways, hate to say it, but unless whatever it is that is wrong with her clears up we may lose her. I spent some time just sitting there and petting her.



Michael Hastings’ new book, The Operators, jabs at what could be a vulnerable spot for the Obama Administration, the president’s relationship with the troops.

The book describes a visit to Baghdad:

After the talk, out of earshot from the soldiers and diplomats, he starts to complain. He starts to act very un-Obamalike, according to a U.S. embassy official who helped organize the trip in Baghdad.

He’s asked to go out to take a few more pictures with soldiers and embassy staffers. He’s asked to sign copies of his book. “He didn’t want to take pictures with any more soldiers; he was complaining about it,” a State Department official tells me. “Look, I was excited to meet him. I wanted to like him. Let’s just say the scales fell from my eyes after I did. These are people over here who’ve been fighting the war, or working every day for the war effort, and he didn’t want to take fucking pictures with them?”


One way to treat a liberal asshole against guns!


Just me, or do the McCains drink the wrong kool aid? Both daddy John and his weird daughter Meghan are both a few cards shy of a full deck.


A majority of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers under the Obama administration believe that their agency’s policy favors the promotion of immigration over national security, according to a 2011 survey conducted by the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) inspector general (IG). However, the director of the USCIS dismissed the data from the IG as anecdotal and not “fact-based.”

“When asked how well USCIS balances national security and promoting immigration, 130 of 252 respondents (51.6%) said that USCIS policy is too heavily weighted toward promoting immigration,” revealed a DHS IG January 2012 report entitled, “The Effects of USCIS Adjudication Procedures and Policies on Fraud Detection by Immigration Services Officers.”

Only 6 respondents (2.4 percent) believe that “USCIS policy makes national security concerns too prominent in the immigration benefit petition process,” reads the report.

The DHS IG audit, which was conducted between January and May 2011, included an online survey sent to a random selection of immigration services officers (ISOs) in all 26 USCIS districts across the country. Most respondents have been ISOs for more than three years. The questions, according to the IG, delved into the agency’s “FY 2011 performance measures, pressure to adjudicate cases, and overall impressions about the USCIS mission.”

Read On

(of course, obama and his minions could care less about our security, as long as they get those illegal aliens (oops, future democrats) here. so obvious!)


Just no guns behind the liberal blades! Get them first.


Demagogue Clyburn compares Romney to Maddoff Face it, the liberals have no one that can speak the truth….

Obama Continues To Diss Britain

Charles Barkley Calls Tebow ‘National Nightmare’  Move on, a has been basketball player (who never really was that good) who ate too much weight watcher crap.


(Islamabad, Jan 12) — Afghanistan’s Taliban insurgents have said that their support for peace talks does not mean a surrender from Jihad, and have vowed to continue their armed struggle. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said the militants had been fighting for the past 15 years to establish an Islamic government in Afghanistan “in accordance with the request of its people”.

“It is for this purpose and for bringing about peace and stability in Afghanistan that we have increased our political efforts to come to mutual understanding with the world in order to solve the current ongoing situation,” Mujahid said in an emailed statement.

“But this understanding does not mean a surrender from Jihad and neither is it connected to an acceptance of the constitution of the stooge Kabul administration,” he added.

Earlier, rumours have swirled about the possibility of peace talks to end war in Afghanistan between the US-led coalition and the Taliban in the Gulf nation of Qatar, The Dawn reports.

US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton recently acknowledge US efforts to jump-start a peace process with the militants in order to help bring an end to 10-year-long war.

(funny…our troops in afghanistan know this, the taliban know this, but not our president? obama really needs better and newer advisers who will tell him the truth and not the liberal islamic lies)


Want to see some nice jackasses? (if you do not know what a jackass is, google it. noble animals all. except for these poor three)