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October 29, 2014

The "hope" and green stuff just way too powerful

I don't believe the black vote will be taken from dem's, ever. We are just way too far down that socialist road. Just my opinion.

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'Religion of Peace' Update: Muslim Burns Neighbor (11 Year-Old Girl) Alive For Wearing Lipstick

As more and more stories continue to emerge across the world showing otherwise, Muslim apologist Barack Obama keeps telling us that Islam is a 'religion of peace'. So I wouldn't expect President 'Clueless' to admit otherwise ... even after this story in which a Muslim set an 11 year-old girl on fire (after he molested her).

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Barack Obama vs Hussein Obama


"Drones are already a key feature in the military arsenal, but they could be entering the civilian domain sooner than we think. Fast-developing technology could very soon enable unmanned aircraft to carry out tasks traditionally performed by humans, such as piloting airliners, operating spacecraft, or even surveying our everyday movements. Mark Horstman meets the researchers designing and developing drones to match human intelligence, and explores the ethical issues of these machines infiltrating our everyday lives."

"..or even surveying our everyday movements."

Why Should the Law-abiding Care About Electronic Surveillance?

It has been a year and a half since the Snowden leaks revealed what many long suspected: We are being spied on by our government. We are also being spied on by irresponsible corporations. By now it should be clear that a fundamental part of liberty in the digital age is the ability to control the data that is being mined about us and prevent that data-mining. After all, if we cannot choose who sees our private communications, browsing and spending habits, personal records, etc., can we really be said to be free? In a previous article , we pointed out several tools that can protect your privacy and liberty in the digital age. But, the attitude of many is, "Why should I care? I don't have anything to hide."

This is dangerous thinking for several reasons. The idea of digital liberty is still being defined by policymakers. Future generations will inherit the policies that come from our attitude toward these things. Our silence becomes acceptance, which becomes approval in the eyes of both politicians and the next generation of Americans. Continue here.

"Our silence becomes acceptance..."

More Than 2 Million License Plates Scanned at Mall Of America in Past 90 Days "Police are running mass background checks on all visitors to the Mall of America using license plate scanners." Video here.

I could go on like this alllll dayyyy longggg.


H/T Battlefield USA

H/T The Gray Enigma

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Obama And Iran Becoming 'Best Buds'?

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Welcome to Obama's America, where our enemies no longer fear us ... our allies no longer trust us ... Israel is treated like an enemy ... and our president becomes 'best buddies' with the world's largest supporter of Islamic terrorism.

As tensions with Israel escalate over its policies on the Palestinian front, the United States appears to be growing closer to its longstanding rival Iran.

The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday quoted senior US and Arab officials as saying that Washington and Tehran have "moved into an effective state of detente over the past year."

The warming ties have the potential to dramatically shift the geopolitical balance in the region, as America's traditional Sunni Arab allies as well as Israel have always been suspicious of Iran's intentions. ...

More here ...

Unfortunately, America has now twice elected a president that makes Neville Chamberlain look like a patriot.

It's impossible to overestimate the destruction that this president (and his party) is capable of bringing down upon our nation's security. As bad as things are now with the ISIS crisis, think about Islamic Iran with nuclear weapons.And this Muslim-appeasing, clueless president is bound and determined to make that happen.

Related video: Charles Krauthammer: Obama Surrendered To Iran on Building Nuclear Bomb:

Related reads: Top Iranian Official: Obama is 'The Weakest of U.S. Presidents' Obama Gives Iran The Bomb (The president is oblivious to Iranian lies.) Obama shifting America away from Israel and toward Iran

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Defense Sec. Hagel Orders Mandatory 21-Day Quarantine Of All U.S. Troops Returning From Ebola Countries...

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As our disfunctional president continues to defy common sense, his Secretary of Defense is apparently not so clueless:

This, as a new CBS News poll shows that 80 percent of Americans want Ebola quarantines.

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Disfunction Junction Update: 'Obama White House Bothered, Bewildered And On The Ropes'

Here's yet another non-surprising, totally expected, report about the most dysfunctional, least transparent, most incompetent administration in U.S. history:

The days dwindle down to a precious few, and the White House continues to be bewitched, bothered and bewildered. The gang that can't shoot straight keeps banging away. A lot of feet at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. are riddled with holes.

The Republicans demonstrated remarkable discipline in this campaign, committing few mistakes and this time saying a minimum of silly and destructive things, standing aside while Barack Obama and his befuddled legion make their incompetence a centerpiece of the campaign. The Republicans have finally taken to heart the ancient wisdom that when your opponent is shooting himself, be kind, considerate and helpful. Stay out of his way.

More here ...

So, just how incompetent is Barack Obama? He's so incompetent and dysfunctional that he's even been criticized by ... wait for it ... Jimmy Carter.

That, my friends, speaks volumes.

And then there's this mind-numbing example of dysfunction: Obama Administration Allows
Fertility Clinics To Sell US Citizenship
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Related: USA Today's Susan Page: Obama administration most 'dangerous' to media in history

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So Obama Appointed An Ebola Czar ...

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Since Photo Op-in-Chief Obama appointed an Ebola Czar, no one has seen hide nor hair of him:

Since starting last Wednesday, Klain has been seen only once, in a photo op on his first day, leaving health officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institutes of Health - and Obama himself - to be the public "face" of the response.
It's the kind of thing we've come to expect out of our 'empty suit'' president that never seems to actually have a real strategy, reacts upon crises instead of anticipating and planning for them, and cares more about political 'show' and spin instead of substance.

Meanwhile, new docs obtained by Fox News prove the Obama administration is considering or thinking about a plan to bring Ebola patients who are not American citizens to the U.S. for treatment ... for the sole purpose of - 'showing' - that the U.S. is committed to fighting Ebola.

Not only does this insanely put Americans unnecessarily at risk ... it cost a hell of a lot of money that will come from ... you guessed it ... American taxpayers.

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October 28, 2014

So what was the "pressure" the White House put on the govenors?

Aren't you the least bit curious? We go from Christi saying his priority is protecting the health of people in his state. Then oh dear - "The White House this weekend pressured New York and New Jersey officials to ease their quarantine rules..." and next thing you know the nurse who works for the CDC is home in Maine. I'm just curious, that's all.

And isn't this the truth! "The Ebola quarantine controversy has become a chaotic brawl involving politics, science and the law. The rules on quarantining health-care workers returning from West Africa are changing almost daily and varying according to geography and political climate." Read here.

In the meantime - the "science" we are continually told to rely on seems to be ever changing.

POTRBlog - EBOLA Is AEROSTABLE & May Infect Sewer Systems, says US Army

Red Flag News - CDC Finally Admits that Ebola Can Float through the Air... 3 Feet - "Droplet spread happens when germs traveling inside droplets that are coughed or sneezed from a sick person enter the eyes, nose, or mouth of another person. Droplets travel short distances, less than 3 feet (1 meter) from one person to another."

Eatgrueldog - Ebola can survive for up to 50 days at 4 degrees C

But we are to be comforted by the words of the Ebola president who said a week ago yesterday - "There may come a time sometime in the future where we are dealing with a airborne disease that is much easier to catch and is deadly. And in some ways this has created a trial run..."

This is going to be one very long winter.


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October 27, 2014

Hussein Obama plants "plants" like we would Tulips

Except the Ebola chief does not plant tulips - his are CDC plants. And the CDC plants seem to bloom just at the right time. Every time.

From PumaBydesign - Quarantined Nurse, Kaci Hickox, a Progressive and CDC Employee

Oh, how the plot thickens New Jersey quarantined nurse, Kaci Hickox, who penned an article in this weekend's Dallas News bitching about her treatment by officials at Newark Airport, some of whom were CDC failed to disclose her employment with the Centers for Disease Control.

Irrefutable proof here.


Natural News
- Ebola quarantine nurse's ties to CDC scrubbed from web; was it a staged op to invoke opposition to quarantines?

Do the White House and the CDC actively want to see Ebola infections spread out of control? While the question may seem outlandish at first, it is increasingly difficult to explain away these bizarre actions being taken by the federal government: allowing infected travelers easy entry into the United States, recommending wholly inadequate medical gear to health care workers, keeping the southern border completely unprotected and now trying to dismantle state-level quarantines that would prevent infected people from spreading Ebola to the population at large. Didn't the example of Dr. Spencer running around New York City while he had Ebola awaken anybody enough at the federal level to call for quarantines and border security? More here.

In the meantime, the CDC queen-for-a-day has been released and our military, returning from Libera are being placed in isolation.

H/T Battlefield USA


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October 26, 2014

Ebola czar - Ebola prez speaking truth for a change

Of course those speaking "truth" here are a fake president and a fake ebola czar. Exactly as we have it in real life.


And more Ebola -

Medical establishment also a casualty of Ebola crisis - the money line -

Vaccines are now being rushed into trials at unprecedented speed and will be rolled out if they are deemed safe and effective. If things go wrong, the medical establishment may have another nightmare on its hands.

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The Ebola Czar would answer this question - how?

From the Ebola beginning we have been hearing from politicians aka incompetents, thieves, opportunists and liars. What I and many others (unfortunately not all) want is honesty and experience and insight. This ER doctor is just the man I wanted to hear from.

H/T BattlefieldUSA - ER Doctor: What Scares Me Even More Than Ebola

I've been walking the earth for a half a century, so I'm sure I've picked up a bit along the way. I know the Gettysburg Address by heart. I can recite all the presidents. I can taste the difference between Diet Coke and Diet Pepsi, and I'm fairly certain I can tell you the starting lineup from the 1976 Cincinnati Reds. But if you ask me if I'm worried about Ebola, if our hospital is ready or if our nurses and staff are up to the challenge, chances are you will probably hear me say this:

"Hell if I know."

I have been practicing emergency medicine for more than 20 years and I've seen close to 100,000 patients. I've written a few books, published some papers, lectured a bunch of times, pissed off about 10,000 soccer moms when I wrote an article telling them their kids weren't playing the pros. I once even testified in front of a congressional sub-committee on hospital disaster preparedness. I'm still beating myself for at least not stealing a pen, but it was part of my duty as the physician director of mass casualty preparedness for our emergency department.

So you would think if anyone in the emergency department trenches would be versed as to how this Ebola scare will unfold, if it will spread, what to expect, how to diagnose, screen, protect and treat, then I suppose it would be me.

If an investigator for Joint Commissions or some other oversight agency, a member of the press or a committee trying to ensure CDC compliance were to pull me aside to spot check my Ebola acumen, they'd be satisfied with my answers and I'd leave them feeling like they had done due diligence as an administrator.

"Dr. Profeta, do we have enough protective stuff and does everyone know how to use it?"
"Yup."
"Are the screening plans in place?"
"Yeah, ya betcha."
"Is the staff versed in transmission and spread of Ebola?"
"Darn tooten."
"Has everyone read all the CDC and hospital communiques regarding Ebola?"
"Sure have."
"Have you practiced the drills in the ER in case we have someone show up with a possible exposure?"
"More times than Lois Lerner has hit her hard drive with a hammer."

But if they were to ask me if there are any other issues they should be aware of, I'll just stare with round blank eyes and keep my mouth shut until the right question is asked; the question they will pretend does not exist.

"Dr. Profeta, will they - the staff, you, your partners - show up?"

"That, I don't know."

There is much, much, more important reading here.

Imagine the attorney Ebola Czar Hussein Obama appointed being asked that question? You know there would come an immediate - OF COURSE they would!

From the New York Post - Bellevue staffers call-in 'sick' after Ebola arrives

An extraordinary number of Bellevue Hospital staffers called in sick on Friday rather than treat the city's first Ebola patient -- and those who showed up were terrified to enter his isolation chamber, sources told The Post.

"The nurses on the floor are miserable with a 'why me?' attitude, scared to death and overworked because all their co-workers called out sick," one source said.

"One nurse even went as far as to pretend she was having a stroke to get out of working there, but once they cleared her in the ER they sent her back up," the source added. More here.

"An extraordinary number" huh? Can you blame them?

Perhaps our Ebola president could forgo his 203rd round of golf and volunteer his services.

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October 25, 2014

Proof positive that feminists do breed

Feminist. Progressive.


The below - proof positive that maybe they (progressive feminists) should reconsider the parenting thing.

Please be forewarned - you can see from the very beginning that there might be a certain amount of offensiveness in the video. It IS offensive! It is also disgusting and tasteless and whatever parent/s allowed this should be charged with child neglect IMHO!

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Debbie Wasserman-Shultz does deer in the headlights

"We're deploying the president where he can be most helpful..."

"Deploying" - an interesting use of the word. That aside, as she didn't/couldn't name anyone the Ebola-chief was campaigning for in the senate we can only surmise they believe his "help" would be disastrous?


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Hussein Obama pulled an Ebola joke!

Bet you didn't know the prez was such a jokester did ya!

Yesterday morning Battlefield USA posted this video - Obama on Monday.


Play it again while reading - "If there is a silver lining in all the attention that the Ebola situation has received over the last several weeks it's a reminder of how important our public health systems are and in many ways what this has done is elevated that importance. There may come a time sometime in the future where we are dealing with a airborne disease that is much easier to catch and is deadly. And in some ways this has created a trial run for federal, state and local public health officials and health care providers as well as the American people to understand the nature of that and why it's so important that we're continually building out our public health systems but we are also practicing them. And keeping them in tip-top shape and investing in them."

One - more - time - "There may come a time sometime in the future where we are dealing with a airborne disease that is much easier to catch and is deadly. And in some ways this has created a trial run..."

Hussein Obama: "Woops! LOL - my bad! I didn't mean to bring Ebola here! Guess we will just have to live with it until I get my s*** together!" (A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote)

September 9, 2013

H7N9 - easy to catch, deadly and airborne.

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Smartest woman in the world is Hillary

Breitbart - Appearing at a Boston rally for Democrat gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley on Friday, Hillary Clinton told the crowd gathered at the Park Plaza Hotel -

She continued making an ass out of herself as Steve Jobs rolled over in his grave.

Yes, Hillary could (but she won't) point to a recent example of government job creation which would be the counter-narcotics personnel involved in the $7.6 billion dollar Afghan drug war about which the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, John Sopko, concluded - "I strongly suggest that your departments consider the trends in opium cultivation and the effectiveness of past counter-narcotic efforts when planning future initiatives." This in a report that found that the "opium poppy cultivation levels in Afghanistan hit an all-time high in 2013 (with a 50% rise last year alone).

And, wasn't there something about "shovel ready" jobs Hillary?

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