"Sworn To Defend The Constitution. Carried A Machine Gun In Iraq. Can't Be Trusted With 8 Bullets." Iraq war veteran's sign.
- It's certainly been no secret today's presstitutes cover for Obama and his administration instead of covering it. And this was in evidence this week with Hillary Clinton's testimony about Benghazi. Her appearance was a disaster. Yet, you would not know that by reading most of the main stream media. She lost control. She made some very disturbing statements (e.g. "What difference, at this point does it make?).In addition, prior to her testimony, official reports regarding Benghazi all came to the same conclusion: there was a failure in leadership (that's her) and there were serious systemic problems. Any wonder why polling for Congress and the media is lower than whale shit on the bottom of the ocean?
- And she lied and deceived. She said she did not know of any reports that contradicted early claims (instantaneous and a response to a film). The facts are internal State Department emails show that the National Security Council and the FBI knew otherwise by 6:07 on Sept. 11, the day of the attack. Fox News
- It's also clear that Slo Joe Biden is the nation's knucklehead. His gaffes, if put in a book, would be thicker than ObamaCare regulations. Yesterday, he gave some mixed messages regarding gun control. While he supports restrictions on high capacity magazines (not Playboy), he proclaimed his fondness for shotguns.
- Sen. Funny Feinstein is targeting rifles as well as hand guns. According to the FBI, rifles accounted for a whopping 323 homicides in 2001. More people are murdered by knives, hammers and toothpicks.
- In Feinstein's own state of California, there are over 200,000 gang members---most are armed with illegal weapons. Nice job Senator.
- I am now declaring that many gun control activists are racists. Where is their outrage as young black and Hispanic youth are being decimated and killed by illegal gun use? (I hear crickets chirping).
- Yesterday I wrote that if women can qualify for combat, they should be in combat. Ralph Peters, someone I respect, agreed with me. As I pointed out yesterday, he reminds the readers that women are already in combat. In other words, Panetta's decision recognizes existing reality.