No better way to leave the evening…From Theo…

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What filth these excuses for humans are…Saudi Scholar…isn’t that called OXYMORONIC?

New On MEMRI TV – Saudi Scholar Dr. Walid Al-Rashudi: 50-60 People Perished in Jewish Holocaust. The Killing of All the Jews Will Not Be Satisfactory Compensation for the “Real Holocaust” in Gaza


If you click here, you can even watch this 7th Century marvel

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House to go into rare closed session

The House will go into a rare closed session Thursday night to debate a controversial electronic surveillance measure.

It is the first closed session since 1983 and only the fifth in congressional history.

House Minority Whip Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) plans to offer a motion on the issue as soon as the House finishes work on the budget.

During the session, the chamber will discuss an update to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act that has been gridlocked for months over the issue of granting immunity to telecom companies who aided the government in the wake of the Sept. 11.

Privately, House aides were speculating that the closed session will give House Democratic leaders a chance to whip support for the measure, which is not ensured of passage. A large bloc of moderate “blue dog” Democrats have previously expressed their desire for the House to take up the Senate bill.

While House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) expressed confidence earlier in the week that the bill would pass, however, a defection by the “Blue Dogs” could threaten the passage of the bill, which would be a major setback for House Democratic leaders who have worked furiously for weeks to craft a compromise.

Following the closed session, the House will debate the FISA bill, which does not include immunity. The Senate has already passed their own version with immunity — a bill President Bush has urged the House to sign.

The Politico Blog

Still screwing around with our security, I see.. Well, we won’t need FISA if Hussein Obama wins.

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Try this one….Rancher Toilet Trains Pet Bobcat….OH! Bring A LOT of armor.

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‘God Damn America!’: Is Obama’s Long-Time Pastor a Campaign Liability?

That would depend on who/whom, one is voting for. Personally, I think we need more…BUT then I like “change”, don’t you, Michelle?

The Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. brought to you by Breitbart TV and ABC News

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Even The Left Won’t Defend The Left

I happen not to be one Jon Stewart’s many fans. I despise The Daily Show, usually. But I have to give him props. He’s not really an idiot.

Code Pink has got a lot of attention lately, and I’m hoping it’s enough attention to wake Americans up to the basic contradiction of “opposing the war but supporting the troops”. You realize you’re in a war for your life, and your way of life, or you bury your head in the sand of your previous prejudices and buy into some airy-fairy scenario where everybody loves everybody and all we have to do to get along is sit down and talk over our differences.

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Severed Fingers of Kidnapped Westerners Sent to U.S. Officials

MIAMI —  A senior U.S. official confirmed to FOX News that the severed fingers of five Western hostages were delivered to U.S. government officials in Iraq, giving the men’s relatives hope that they are still alive.

And what do these animals want us to do, again? Can someone give or find an answer, please?

This is to whom two of OUR presidential candidates, want to “talk” with and “change”?

Fox News

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“The Iranian-Israeli War,” Yossi Klein Halevi, The New Republic, March 11. Courtesy of the lovely green eyed, red haired beauty, Saltydog.

Immediately after the massacre of eight students in a yeshiva library in Jerusalem last week, speculation began within the Israeli security establishment and the media about who had dispatched the lone murderer. Was it Hamas? Hezbollah? Perhaps a new, unknown organization claiming to act on behalf of the “liberation” of the Galilee? In fact, the speculation was pointless. Regardless of the affiliation of the actual perpetrator, the ultimate responsibility for this attack, as for almost all the terror attacks on Israel in recent years, lies with Iran.

The Palestinian struggle is no longer about creating an independent state. It is about being a front-line participant in the Iranian-led jihad to destroy Israel, evolving from a nationalist to a religious war. The thousands of celebrants in Gaza who, following the yeshiva massacre, offered prayers of thanksgiving in the mosques and distributed candies to passersby weren’t only indulging in feelings of revenge for Israel’s recent military incursion but heralding the coming jihadist victory over the enemies of God. A real solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict can only be reached by dealing with its primary instigator: Iran.

Israel’s seventh war began in September 2000, and was launched by Yasser Arafat, who transformed Fatah into a quasi-Islamist movement, nurturing the rhetoric and martyrology of jihad. Arafat no doubt assumed he could manipulate Islamist trappings for nationalist aims. But then he went one step farther: He initiated an alliance with Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei. Until then, Iran’s only client within the Palestinian national movement had been the Islamic Jihad, the smallest of the Palestinian terrorist factions. According to a former chief of Israeli military intelligence, Arafat promised the Iranians that he would turn Gaza into a second southern Lebanon, and Iran began providing weapons and funds to Arafat’s Fatah. But then, in January 2002, Israel intercepted the Karine A, a ship carrying Iranian-supplied Katyusha rockets and mortars and C-4 explosives for use in suicide bombings. Exposed and under international pressure, Arafat severed the connection.

Ironically, Hamas was initially more reluctant than Fatah to enter into an Iranian alliance, precisely because the Sunni Hamas takes religion more seriously than Fatah and was loathe to accept the authority of the Iranian Shiites. But that squeamishness ended three years ago with a formal alliance, orchestrated by the Damascus-based Hamas leader, Khaled Meshal, and today Hamas is an integral part of the Iranian war against Israel. Iran has trained hundreds of Hamas operatives—and, according to the former intelligence chief, continues to fund individual members of Fatah’s Al Aqsa Brigades. Iran’s goal is twofold: to extend its influence in the Arab world, and to transform itself, via proxies, into a frontline confrontation state with Israel….

To deal effectively with the jihad requires an awareness that Israel is in fact at war with the Iranian regime, which manipulates proxies along Israel’s borders, supplying them with weapons and training, and energizing them with the promise of imminent victory.

The New Republic

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Be Alarmed

Even banks are agents of George W. Bush.

Is there no end to his power?!

And from the comments:

Come to think of it I haven’t heard much business resistance to KiwiSaver, either. In an economy where the government constantly pokes its nose into your affairs, the easiest thing to do is probably to just obey. I wonder when it becomes a moral imperative to say no?

What. The. Fuck?! This from the side of politics who want the biggest government, yet complain that the government is stopping them?! Oh, sorry, forgot. It’s only Conservative Governments which are that evil.

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Clinton Apologizes to Black Voters for Racial Comments. Australia, with Aboriginals. Europe, with Islamics. This IS “the change” Barack Hussein and Michelle Obama wanted. Fait accompli. John McCain, must now do the same, or the ‘I’m sorriest’s’ will landslide McCain to defeat.

WASHINGTON — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton did something Wednesday night that she almost never does. She apologized. And once she started, she didn’t seem able to stop.

I want to put that in context. You know I am sorry if anyone was offended. It was certainly not meant in any way to be offensive,” Hillary Clinton said. “We can be proud of both Jesse Jackson and Senator Obama.”

“Anyone who has followed my husband’s public life or my public life know very well where we have stood and what we have stood for and who we have stood with,” she said, acknowledging that whoever wins the nomination will have to heal the wounds of a bruising, historic contest.

“Once one of us has the nomination there will be a great effort to unify the Democratic party and we will do so, because, remember I have a lot of supporters who have voted for me in very large numbers and I would expect them to support Senator Obama if he were the nominee,” she said.

“I’ve said it publicly, and I say it privately: I apologize, and I am embarrassed that our government so mistreated our fellow citizens … It was a national disgrace,” she said.

Won’t do Hillary…You see,  “Hillary ain’t never been called a nigger. Hillary has never had a people defined as a non-person.” (Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr.)

Fox News

This is the NEW U.S.A. National Anthem

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“Rock on Wayne!”… “Rock on Garth!”

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Who woulda thunk it?

How totally 80’s are you? Next!

–shamelessly stolen without permission from Mr. Bingley

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Take THAT, Al Gore.

From CEI:

Washington , D.C. , March 11, 2008—Today the Competitive Enterprise Institute launches a national advertising campaign, focusing on the threat to affordable energy posed by Al Gore’s global warming agenda. The ads contrast Gore’s energy-consuming lifestyle with the life-and-death need for energy in developing countries.

CEI’s new campaign comes in the face of Gore’s March 1st announcement of a major new set of ads from his Alliance for Climate Protection to promote the global warming issue. CEI’s response includes both a broadcast television ad and related online video.

“Global warming activists warn us about the alleged threats from global warming, but are usually silent about the much more immediate threats from global warming policies,” said CEI General Counsel Sam Kazman, also the ad co-creator. “Restricting access to affordable energy is a sure recipe for increasing poverty, disease and human misery around the world.”

View the broadcast ad “Lightbulbs” from Tuesday’s press conference

Previous ads, “Where’s The Warming?” and “Hot Air”

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The Girl Who Brought Down Spitzer has a MySpace Page!

Hear her sing some hip hop! Read the recent comments and laugh out loud!

Via Drudge.

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Oh Noes!

There’s two of them!

(shamelessly stolen from Cuckoo)

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