Wednesday, April 17, 2013

'He was waiting to hug his dad at the finish line'



Among the three people killed at the Boston marathon bombing is 8 year old Martin Richard. He was waiting at the finish line to hug his dad, who was running in the race. His 6 year old sister reportedly lost a leg, and his mom underwent brain surgery for her injuries.

Please pray for Martin, his family, and all of the innocents killed and injured in this atrocity.

Let's hunt down the terrorist vermin who did this. And let's remember that there are people and institutions in this country who collaborate with terrorists, who send money and weapons to terrorists, and who hire terrorists.

We need to have zero tolerance for all of them-- terrorists, enablers and cronies alike.

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Some commentators on this blog have gotten the vapors over some anti-Obama satire I have posted over the past couple of days, related to the investigation of this atrocity.

So is my satire appropriate?

Extraordinary situations call for extraordinary commentary. I do not satirize the victims, or their families, or the heroic first responders.

I honor them and I pray for them all.

I satirize the President and a few senior government officials who, astonishingly, have actual close personal relationships with terrorist bombers (!) Let me restate that: the POTUS-- the POTUS-- actually has had close political and social ties to admitted serial terrorist bombers.

Seeing Obama on TV talking about "bringing the culprits to justice" made me want to vomit. If Obama was focused on bringing terrorist bombers to justice, he could have called 911 when he was snacking on hors d'oeuvres at Ayers' and Dohrn's 1995 fundraiser in the terrorist bombers' living room. Ayers and Dohrn were leaders of the Weather Underground. They carried out scores of bombings.

In a very real way, Obama's political career got started by the largesse of terrorist bombers.

And Obama and his underlings insisted for weeks, despite obvious evidence to the contrary, that the terrorist attack on our consulate in Benghazi that killed four Americans, including our ambassador, was triggered by... a YouTube video. They had the videographer arrested (he's still in jail, ostensibly on a parole violation).

Of course, the YouTube video had nothing to do with the terrorist attack, and Obama et al obviously knew it. But a presidential election was looming, and politics took precedence over the truth.

So Obama-- the terrorists' crony who lies about terrorist investigations-- is ultimately running this investigation into the Boston bombing, and reassuring us that he will bring the terrorists to... justice.

:-/

Satire is the least I can do, because you can't cry and pound the desk and pull your hair out on a blog. Satire can be quite effective, and as Obama's hero Saul Alinsky knew, accurate satire is very difficult to refute. You see with the Obamaphile commentors on this blog. All they can do is insult, curse and threaten.

Rest assured-- there's more satire in the pipeline.

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So God bless the victims and their families, and the heroic and diligent investigators working to solve this horrendous crime.

And may God forgive America for electing the coterie of leftist bastards and frauds who run our country.  By their own association with terrorists and by their own lying about terrorist investigations, they bring such shame on all of us.

30 comments:

  1. Did the weathermen ever kill anyone, except themselves? No.

    In contrast, you supported an illegal invasion, led by the Bush crime family with close ties to terrorists, based on lies and fraud that destroyed the lives of millions of innocents.

    Too bad hell doesn't exist for scum like you.


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  2. Let's see. A post entitled 'He was waiting to hug his dad at the finish line' would obviously be about the young victim. Lesssee...

    2 paragraphs about Martin Richard. 8 paragraphs about Obama, with more to come. Yeah, clearly this is all about the victims.

    What a sick fuck. Using a tragedy to spew bogus right-wing propaganda.

    Hoo

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  3. And if we find that the terrorist subscribes to the conspiracy theory laden world of right-wing crazy talk as exemplified by this blog then what? Will you acknowledge that hateful rhetoric you pedal every day animates and enables right-wing terrorists?

    -KW

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    1. I doubt that 21st century Timothy McVeighs read my blog.

      If they do, they're the atheist science-worshiping types who can't stand me, like you.

      McVeigh: "Science is my religion"
      http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2010/08/if_timothy_mcveigh_had_been_a.html

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    2. It’s not just you; it’s the whole world of right wing hate talk that you exemplify. Just because very few people read your blog doesn’t excuse you from being part of the hatful right wing outrage machine.

      Your position and education provide your views an illusion of legitimacy and authority they might not otherwise enjoy. You have a greater responsibility to be measured and accurate in your speech because of this greater authority.

      Using this tragedy to amp-up the hatred of Obama and Liberals makes it more likely that someone will attempt an assassination or a terrorist attack aimed at liberals. I doubt you give a fuck.

      -KW

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    3. McVeigh was raised Roman Catholic, a registered Republican, and a member of the NRA. In 1996, one year after the bombing, McVeigh professed belief in "a God", although he said he had "sort of lost touch with" Catholicism and "however I do maintain core beliefs.

      His “science is my religion” remark didn’t happen until 2001. Too bad he didn’t come around earlier.

      -KW

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  4. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyApril 17, 2013 at 8:39 AM

    The Russian slang for political "informer" was "hairy ear". Informers were generally regarded as being on lowest rung of the social scale, considered to be scum and vermin. They were always anonymous. Because they were cowards.

    In Venice, one can still see the letterboxes put in the walls of government buildings (e.g., the Bocca de Leone). These letterboxes were visited in the dead of night by slimy informers to anonymously denounce other people whom they hated and envied for political and religious crimes.

    Despite the passing of the Nazi, Soviet, and Maoist regimes, those who burn with envy and long to inform still walk among us. They hide behind anonymity and have the morals of maggots. They should be spat upon and reviled.

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    1. You don't know what you're talking about, admiral. The hairy ear in the Soviet times meant a KGB agent, not an informer. An informer was a stukach, the one who knocks, i.e., transmits information by knocking on a wall.

      Hoo

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    2. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyApril 17, 2013 at 10:33 AM

      I'll take your word for it. I have no doubt you know much more about the entire topic than I do. I bow to your broad experience in such matters...

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    3. Why so bitter, admiral?

      It's OK not to know everything. No one know everything. It's not OK to not know something and speak with authority on that. You were caught spewing nonsense. That's all right. Don't do it next time and your feelings won't be hurt.

      Cheers,

      Hoo

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    4. Hoo:

      ["you were caught spewing nonsense"]

      What do you think about Obama's claim on the Letterman show a week after the attack that the Benghazi terrorist attack was caused by the YouTube video?

      And how do you feel about Obama's relationship with "Bomber Bill" Ayers?

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    5. egnor: "What do you think about Obama's claim on the Letterman show a week after the attack that the Benghazi terrorist attack was caused by the YouTube video?"

      You mischaracterize the President's remarks, knowingly or otherwise. Watch the video yourself here. The relevant portion starts at 26'15".

      Hoo

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    6. @Hoo:

      Your link doesn't work, just like your argument.

      Are you seriously claiming that Obama et al never attributed the Benghazi attack to a spontaneous protest incited by a YouTube video?

      Exactly what point are you making, asshole?

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    7. So you haven't even seen the video, doc? Can't find it on the internet? Oh, what a wanker.

      Try this link.

      Hoo

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    8. @Hoo:

      Shove your link.

      Did Obama et al attribute the attack to a riot about a YouTube video?

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    9. What a blathering idiot! Watch the video and find out what the President said.

      Hint: he did not say that the video caused the attack.

      Hoo

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    10. You're a lying scumbag, Hoo. I'm not going to parse phrases with you. The Obama administration asserted publicly that the YouTube video incited a demonstration in Benghazi that turned into a riot. That was a lie, and was known to be a lie.

      You leftists are real scum.

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    11. LOL. It's not about parsing phrases. It's about understanding what was said. You either don't understand or willfully mislead. There is no other way around.

      Watch the interview, doc, and pay attention to what the President says.

      Hoo

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    12. Obama later said that the last thing you want to do is tell the terrorists everything you know about them just to satisfy the demands of the media. If we immediately release all the information we have on a suspected terrorist attack before investigative teams are even in place, even you knuckle-dragging hyper-partisan conservatives should be able to see that it may forewarn our enemies. If on the other hand, you spend a few days saying “what terrorist attack?” you may find yourself in the desirable situation of finding your suspects hanging-out in their usual haunts chuckling to themselves about how stupid we are.

      -KW

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    13. You're really an idiot, KW. Although more likely a liar.

      Here's what happened: Obama et al fucked up and got Americans killed, in ways we will probably never completely know. Election coming up-- real bad thing. So the made shit up, stonewalled, with a very compliant media. They won the election.

      Mission accomplished.

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    14. Looks like egnor got his panties in a twist and won't watch the interview. For good reason, I might add. Because in the interview Obama did not say that the video caused the riots. He said that the terrorists used the video as an excuse.

      You are a willful liar, egnor. You have no honor whatsoever.

      Hoo

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    15. Hoo:

      The terrorists didn't use any "excuse". They didn't invoke the video at all. They just attacked our consulate, on Sept 11. There was no riot, no demonstration, just a well-planned terrorist operation to kill our ambassador. It had nothing whatsoever to do with the video, and the terrorists never invoked the video.

      Obama was the one who invoked the video as an excuse. An election coming up, ya know. Obama's fellators in the MSM needed a story to run 24-7 to keep the real story-- that the Obama administration fucked up and got our guys killed-- out of the headlines.

      So they gined up video story, arrested the poor schmuck who made the video that had nothing to do with the attack, paraded him in front of the cameras in handcuffs. Standard totalitarian shit.

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    16. egnor,

      You claimed that Obama had said "the attack was caused by the YouTube video." He had not. Have the courage to retract the false accusation.

      Hoo

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    17. “So the (sic) made shit up, stonewalled, with a very compliant media. They won the election.”

      Right, if only Obama handled it competently and forthrightly they would have lost the election. It’s really amusing to be called an idiot by someone with their head so far up their ass.

      -KW

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  5. Some commentators on this blog have gotten the vapors over some anti-Obama satire

    Whan have you ever posted satire/ Satire is funny. You've never posted anything that was intentionally funny in the history of your blog.

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    1. "Whan have I ever posted satire/"

      Wel, eye due my best two bee funy, and akurate.

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  6. Satire does not have to be funny. 'Satire' was what Irish poets used to curse the objects of their wrath. Entirely appropriate to satirize the pretensions of Mr. Obama. A terrorist sympathizer trying to condemn bombings. Like Hugh Hefner standing up and making a speech condemning promiscuity.

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    1. David,

      Agreed. Satire doesn't have to be funny. Jonathan Swift's 'a Modest Proposal' springs to mind. A proposal to relieve Irish poverty by having them sell their 12 month old children as food for their 'betters' isn't exactly a barrel of laughs.

      Making up a telephone conversation, using a bigot's idea of the dialogue used (as he did in another thread), isn't effective satire. What would have been effective satire would have been for Obama expressing his disgust at the Boston terrorist attack in a cabinet meeting. And then proceeding to give approval for further Predator drone attacks on villages in Pakistan and Afghanistan, against suspected terrorists, to cause terror amongst potential terrorists, and hence stop them in advance.

      Terror being something that Americans experience. Justified retribution being what people dissimilar to Americans get.

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  7. So you think military action is the 'moral equivalent' of terrorist action. No news there.

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    1. David,

      No, I don't think that military action is equivalent to terrorist actions. I also don't think that remotely controlled Predator drone missile attacks are military action, at least not in most cases. It is moving the finger of the person pulling the trigger too far from the target, so that the target appears to be just part of a video game and not a real person.

      It is a bloodless form of warfare though. No risk of American casualties. But too much risk of killing innocents and making terrorism worse.

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