Monday, November 13, 2006

Sting operation is a problem in UK?

So let me get this right. Undercover sting operations to get information on possible weapons selling with Iran is a problem with the liberals of the UK. Heck that doesnt sound too different from our very own ACLU and liberals here complaining about wire taps on terror suspects.

Undercover American agents are staging secret 'sting' operations in Britain against criminal and terrorist suspects they want to extradite to the US.

Comment: Beware: George Bush's secret agents can now arrrest us in our own country

In a recent operation, agents from America's Department of Homeland Security set up a suspect by posing as dealers wanting to illegally sell night-vision goggles for export to Iran.

The spies arranged a series of clandestine meetings in London hotels, which they secretly filmed as evidence. It is thought to be the first time American agents have been caught using such sting tactics in Britain.

I am convinced 100% that some people wont learn till the bullet or bomb penetrates their own skin. Till an attack physically involves them in some way will they then understand the true nature of the threat posed by radical islam.

Congrats to the terrorist...

Congratulations are in order for Al-Qaueda in Iraq. Congratulation to OBL. You won as well. Congrats to Iran 2 wins in 1 year. Israel vs Hezbullah and now this one. What else is there to say following this:

Democrats Push for Troop Cuts Within Months

WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 — Democratic leaders in the Senate vowed on Sunday to use their new Congressional majority to press for troop reductions in Iraq within a matter of months, stepping up pressure on the administration just as President Bush is to be interviewed by a bipartisan panel examining future strategy for the war.

The Democrats — the incoming majority leader, Senator Harry Reid of Nevada; the incoming Armed Services Committee chairman, Senator Carl Levin of Michigan; and the incoming Foreign Relations Committee chairman, Senator Joseph R. Biden Jr. of Delaware — said a phased redeployment of troops would be their top priority when the new Congress convenes in January, even before an investigation of the conduct of the war.

“We need to begin a phased redeployment of forces from Iraq in four to six months,” Mr. Levin said in an appearance on the ABC News program “This Week.” In a telephone interview later, Mr. Levin added, “The point of this is to signal to the Iraqis that the open-ended commitment is over and that they are going to have to solve their own problems.”

The White House signaled a willingness to listen to the Democrats’ proposals, with Joshua B. Bolten, the chief of staff, saying in two television appearances that the president was open to “fresh ideas” and a “fresh look.” But Mr. Bolten said he could not envision the White House signing on to a plan setting a timetable for the withdrawal of troops.

“You know, we’re willing to talk about anything,” he said on “This Week.” “I don’t think we’re going to be receptive to the notion there’s a fixed timetable at which we automatically pull out, because that could be a true disaster for the Iraqi people. But what we’ve always been prepared to do, and remain prepared to do, is indeed what Senators Levin and Biden were talking about, is put pressure on the Iraqi government to take over themselves.”

The spirited exchanges on the Sunday morning talk shows — a staple of weekend life for the political elite here, especially on the Sunday after an election that blew through Washington like a tornado — came at a delicate moment for the White House on Iraq. The bipartisan panel on strategy, led by James A. Baker III, the secretary of state under the first President Bush, and Lee Hamilton, a Democratic former congressman, will be at the White House on Monday to begin its final round of interviews.

The panel will meet separately with Mr. Bush and members of his foreign policy team, including the secretaries of state and defense, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the director of national intelligence, and will then interview Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain by videoconference. On Tuesday, the group plans to meet with Democratic foreign policy leaders.

The panel is expected to make its recommendations by the end of the year, and Democrats said they did not intend to push a resolution for troop withdrawal until after the report was issued. But after Tuesday’s election, in which Republicans took what Mr. Bush has called “a thumping,” Democrats used their Sunday appearances to signal that they believed they had a mandate about Iraq and would seize on it.

You won!

For years I have been arguing with liberals about NOT wanting to do this.
We went to war. And we need to stay. You can go into a country shake the snakes nest and not want to finish taking care of the snakes. You only emolden the snakes. Again we did it in Somalia in the 90's and today we see the beginings of another win for OBL and his ilk.

All that is left is CONGRATS!

Friday, November 10, 2006

Reason # 21458 why I dont like California.

Students Ban Pledge of Allegiance

Student leaders at a California college have touched off a furor by banning the Pledge of Allegiance at their meetings, saying they see no reason to publicly swear loyalty to God and the U.S. government.

The move by Orange Coast College student trustees, the latest clash over patriotism and religion in American schools, has infuriated some of their classmates -- prompting one young woman to loudly recite the pledge in front of the board Wednesday night in defiance of the rule.

"America is the one thing I'm passionate about and I can't let them take that away from me," 18-year-old political science major Christine Zoldos told Reuters.

"The fact that they have enough power to ban one of the most valued traditions in America is just horrible," Zoldos said, adding she would attend every board meeting to salute the flag.

So now the ungrateful little bastards in Claifornia colleges want to spit on america some more.

Further reason to ceceede california from the US.
Dont believe in God huh?
Irony thy form has to be an Earthquake!

So tell me again who won the elections?

It was the terrori....err ... ummm... Democrats that won the 06 elections right?

Al-Qaida in Iraq claimed in a new audio tape Friday to be winning the war faster than expected in Iraq and said it had mobilized 12,000 fighters who had "vowed to die for God's sake."

The U.S. military, meanwhile, reported that three U.S. soldiers and a Marine were killed Thursday in Iraq, the U.S. military said, bringing the number of Americans who have died in the country so far this month to 25. At least 105 U.S. forces died in October, the fourth highest monthly toll of the war.

On the audio tape made available on militant Web sites, the al-Qaida in Iraq leader also welcomed the Republican electoral defeat that led to the departure of Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld. He added that the group's fighters would not rest until they had blown up the White House.

"The al-Qaida army has 12,000 fighters in Iraq, and they have vowed to die for God's sake," a man who identified himself as Abu Hamza al- Muhajir said.

Al-Muhajir, also known as Abu Ayyub al-Masri, also urged the U.S. to stay in Iraq so his group would have more opportunities to kill American troops. "We haven't had enough of your blood yet," he told the U.S.

"We will not rest from our Jihad until we are under the olive trees of Rumieh and we have blown up the filthiest house _ which is called the White House," al-Muhajir said. It was not clear what Rumieh was referring to.

Al-Muhajir became the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq after Abu Musab al- Zarqawi was killed in a U.S. airstrike in June. The tape could not be independently verified.

"The American people have put their feet on the right path by ... realizing their president's betrayal in supporting Israel," the terror leader said. "So they voted for something reasonable in the last elections."

Describing President Bush as "the most stupid president" in U.S. history, al-Masri reached out to the Muslim world and said his group was winning the war in Iraq faster than expected due to U.S. policies.

Since the war started in March 2003, 2,845 members of the U.S. military have died, according to an Associated Press count.

The Iraqi army also said it captured the Egyptian leader of an al- Qaida cell in restive Anbar province.

Was it really? Hmmm...

Hamas leader hints he'll bow out

Soooooo.. If the west is this vast evil. Why cant Palestine function without its aide? Hmmmm..
America is looked at as soo evil by these liberal socilist freaks yet here it shows how much they NEED US!

GAZA CITY (CNN) -- Hamas leader and Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Ismail Haniya suggested Friday that he would not head a proposed unity government if stepping aside would help to bring back Western aid.

Speaking to worshippers gathered for Friday prayers at a Gaza City mosque, Haniya said the West did not want him to be a part of the new administration and would not lift its embargo unless he is replaced as leader.

"[They have] one condition, that the siege will not be lifted unless the prime minister is changed," Haniya said, according to Reuters. "When the issue is like this, the siege on one hand, the prime minister on the another ... I prefer the siege be lifted and the suffering ended."

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Election results

WOW! What else can you say. The Dems won. Republicans pissed off at the senate and the house voted against them or just didnt vote. Sending a message to the republicans to GET BACK TO WORKING FOR THEM. I think this was more of a disdain for republicans then it was for a search for solutions from deomcrats.

Lets be honest here, none of the democrats actually said anything worthy during their bids. It was mostly negative. Similar to the John Kerry campaign. Its been almost 48 hours now and still 52 hours left for Pelosi's little 100 hour speech.

My guess is that the democrats wont do ANYTHING about Iraq, at all. They wont change a damn thing knowing that if things dont get accomplished over there that they have an even better shot at the 2008 presidential campaigns.

So now we will see exactly how things will change.
It looks to me as though the Islamo Facists have won, Hezbullah will win again, alquaeda has won and the protection of this nation will fall flat. The reasons I say that is because the democrats have time and time again shown that they care NOT about protecting this nation but about opposing this president. Its laughable really.

I have been posting on forums far to long. Argued with libs from all corners. They STILL dont get it. Regardless of what facts you slam up their noses they still dont get it. So this time I will do things different. I will use this site to post my commentary more often and drop facts on here for the next 2 years documenting where these democrats are taking america.

Not bitter. Not at all. I am no republican. I am no democrat. I am a conservative, slightly more moderate then anything but a conservative none the less. But what I will do is document things on here for future resources. Much like I have done in my massive archive of information from 2004 but havent posted online.

Not mad.. Congrats to the democrats.
Lord help us all.