Thursday, June 9, 2011

Top Democrats Pressuring Rep. Anthony "Bulging Underpants" Weiner to Resign


Nancy Pelosi may be ready for Rep. Weiner to go, but Rush Limbaugh is pushing for Weiner to stay.
(Washington Examiner) – House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other top Democrats are “furious” with Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., and are stepping up the pressure for him to quit by calling for an ethics investigation, aides said Tuesday.
Weiner has refused to resign after admitting that he sent “inappropriate” messages and photographs of himself to a half-dozen women via social networking sites.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., called on Weiner to resign. But Pelosi stopped short of such a demand, instead firing off a written request to the ethics committee to “determine whether the Rules of the House of Representatives have been violated” by Weiner.
Read more here.

Department of Education Sends in Swat

swat2.jpgPosted by Tina

I would think a simple phone call would have sufficed in this case but the Department of Education couldn't be bothered. Instead they decided to pull a Janet Reno...I'm surprised they didn't send in a tank!
10 News - Stockton
STOCKTON, CA - Kenneth Wright does not have a criminal record and he had no reason to believe a S.W.A.T team would be breaking down his door at 6 a.m. on Tuesday.
"I look out of my window and I see 15 police officers," Wright said.
Wright came downstairs in his boxer shorts as a S.W.A.T team barged through his front door. Wright said an officer grabbed him by the neck and led him outside on his front lawn.

"He had his knee on my back and I had no idea why they were there," Wright said.
According to Wright, officers also woke his three young children ages 3, 7, and 11 and put them in a Stockton police patrol car with him. Officers then searched his house.

Astonishingly the "problem" was his ex-wife's unpaid student loans.
Are you kidding me?

Obamunist Attempt to Sabotage Second Amendment Continues to Cause Havoc

Posted by Dave Blount

What possible motive could the Obama Misadministration have for "walking" American guns into Mexico? The answer is obvious — to attack the Second Amendment by getting people killed with them:
Whistleblower ATF agents have made it clear as to the motive for the illegal scheme that has created an 'international incident' between the U.S. Government and the Government of Mexico. The agents themselves are adamant that their supervisors planned the scheme in order to pad statistics that would show U.S. guns are fueling the drug cartels, that the U.S. has a major problem with lax gun laws, and then provide an impetus for the Obama Administration and other gun control advocates to hype up anti-gun hysteria — all in support of another round of restrictive gun laws.
But there is a much more sinister motive at play.
Mike Vanderboegh, who, along with David Codrea, first broke the story of this sordid scheme, reports today that the media is willing to roll out any theory as plausible, except for the one the agents themselves say is the correct one. In fact, one writer referred to the agents' story as a 'tin foil hat' theory.
As noted in Vanderboegh's response the motive was not only about padding statistics. The ATF needed stacks of Mexican bodies lying next to the weapons that came from the U.S.
And that is precisely what they got. A total of 28,000 Mexicans have been murdered in the drug wars over the last few years. Stacks of bodies have, indeed, been found near the border and in small towns nearby. U.S. guns have, indeed, been linked to many of these killings, and one was used to kill a U.S. Border Patrol agent, Brian Terry, last year.
Now our moonbat rulers have just missed adding a helicopter crew to the kill count:
CBS News has learned that the recent case of a Mexican military helicopter forced to land after it was fired upon is linked to the ATF Fast and Furious "gunwalker" operation.
Drug cartel suspects on the ground shot at Mexican government helicopters two weeks ago in western Mexico, forcing one chopper to land. Authorities seized more than 70 assault rifles and other weapons from the suspects.
Among the seized weapons are guns sold to suspects as part of the ATF sting operation, sources say. That information came from traces of serial numbers.
"Shooting at an aircraft is a terrorist act," says one U.S. law enforcement source. "What does that say if we're helping Mexican drug cartels engage in acts of terror? That's appalling if we could have stopped those guns."
The Department of Justice provided no information or comment when asked about the incident by CBS News.
CBS's willingness to report on the "Fast and Furious" scandal, by which Obama's ATF and Department of Injustice facilitated the acquisition by Mexican criminals of 2,500 American guns, must have the Manchurian Moonbat chomping on his nicotine gum more furiously than ever. If the establishment media were to wake up to its responsibilities, this story alone would bring down his whole regime in a matter of weeks.
brian terry
Brian Terry, casualty of Obama's gangster government.
On tips Katya Kakhov and wingmann.

Bin Laden’s No. 2: Muslims will destroy America

CAIRO — Osama bin Laden’s deputy warned Wednesday that America faces not individual terrorists or groups but an international community of Muslims that seek to destroy it and its allies. He was delivering a 28-minute videotaped eulogy to slain al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.

Ayman al-Zawahri, al-Qaida’s longtime No. 2 and considered the network’s operational head, also sought to cast a role for the terror group in the popular uprisings shaking Arab world.

“Today, praise God, America is not facing an individual, a group or a faction,” he said, wearing a white robe and turban with an assault rifle leaned on a wall behind him. “It is facing a nation than is in revolt, having risen from its lethargy to a renaissance of jihad.”

Al-Zawahri also heaped praise on bin Laden, who was killed in the May 2 raid by U.S. Navy SEALs in the Pakistani garrison town of Abbottabad. Al-Zawahri, who is believed to be operating from somewhere near the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, also criticized the U.S. for burying bin Laden at sea.

“He went to his God as a martyr, the man who terrified American while alive and terrifies it in death, so much so that they trembled at the idea of his having tomb” he said.

Al-Zawahri — who referenced the toppling of rulers in Tunisia and Egypt and continued uprisings in Libya, Yemen and Syria — tried to cast recent developments as in line with his group’s longtime goal: to destroy America and its allies. He said America now faces the international Muslim community.

“Our brothers who are working in Islam in all places, I tell you that our hands are extended to you and our hearts are open to you, so that we can work together to make Allah’s word the highest and to make Islamic law in Muslim lands the ruler, not the ruled,” he said in a video released on militant websites.

Al-Qaida has long sought to topple many of the Arab leaders whose regimes have been shaken or toppled by popular uprisings this year, though militant Islam has played next to no role in any of them and most activists say they seek civil, not religious rule.

Within days of the bin Laden raid, al-Qaida had issued a statement vowing to keep fighting the United States, a message that was likely designed to convince followers that the organization would remain vigorous and intact even after its founder’s demise.

But al-Zawahri’s eulogy was the first comment by one of his potential successors on bin Laden’s killing.
He also said U.S. officials withheld the release of photographs of bin Laden’s body, fearing the “Islamic peoples’ anger and hate” for America. He claimed bin Laden “achieved what he wanted to do, which is to incite the Islamic nation to holy war, and his message had reached all.”

Al-Zawahri, who is Egyptian, is a less charismatic figure believed to lack bin Laden’s ability to bring together the many nationalities and ethnic groups that make up al-Qaida. His appointment as the next al-Qaida leader could further fracture an organization that is thought to be increasingly decentralized.

The eulogy included five poems of praise for bin Laden, describing him alternately as modest, noble and shrewd commander and “the vanguard of jihad against the communists and then the Crusaders,” a reference to bin Laden’s campaign in the Afghan war against the Soviets in the 1980s and the Sept. 11, 2011 attacks against the United States.

Al-Zawahri also vented his anger at Pakistani military leaders and politicians, implying they had a role in bin Laden’s death.

“I call on the Pakistani nation to rise up against the mercenary military traitors and the corrupt politicians who turned Pakistan into an American colony, allowing it (America) to kill or capture whoever it wants,” al-Zawahri said.

He concluded by saying bin Laden will remain a “source of horror and a nightmare chasing America, Israel and their allies.”
Additional reporting from Associated Press writer Maamoun Youssef.