Archive for 1 November, 2012

Amid Sandy’s Aftermath, Obama Supporter in Prius Steals Power From Victim’s Emergency Generator

1 November, 2012

Mrs. Bulldog was reading the comments to an article over at the Atlantic Journal when she stumbled across the following comment from a reader, Joe Doakes.  

I got a pretty good laugh from it and thought I’d share it with you all, as it’s just like an Obama supporter to think he has the right to steal, err, redistribute:

Comment #697471623:

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Like most people in the northeast my power is out. But like some I planned ahead. My generator is humming along and it is doing it’s necessary work in keeping the food cold, the food frozen, and far more importantly my wife happy. I wonder how Mr. Biden manages to do this with that mouth of his. I’ve found the only two words in a marriage that are necessary are “yes dear,” and the only words I hear are my first name followed by noise. So this morning I wake up to find a plug in Prius in my driveway stealing my electricity, complete with an “Obama Sticker.” After a simple investigation I determined that this perpetrator had spent the night here stealing my electricity.

Could you just see the “Drudge Headline?” Joe Doakes whacks Obama voter while he steals electricity! I wonder if it would get the siren or the red thing? No matter. You see all this jacka$$ had to do was ask nicely and I would have said yes. Kind of like Mr. Bidens wife . . . :) . . . I live by a few simple creeds, because real life is very hard. One of them is “Don’t steal, the government hates competition” I often wonder why people bother to steal, it such a waste of effort, and you put yourself, especially if you steal from me, at extreme risk. Now I have your plate number, make, model, and the location of your Obama Sticker . . . now I have a choice to make; would a liberal make the same one? It’s a good thing I did not give that guy the “whole load.”

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Respectfully,

Joe Doakes

Benghazi-Gate: Nevada’s Largest Newspaper Slams Obama; “Unworthy Commander-in-Chief”

1 November, 2012

Obama has lost Nevada’s largest newspaper, the Las Vegas Review-Journal.  Let’s hope the citizens of Nevada are also smart enough to see through Obama’s lies and deceptions before November 6th:

Benghazi blunder: Obama unworthy commander-in-chief
Las Vegas Review-Journal

U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and three other Americans died in a well-planned military assault on their diplomatic mission in Benghazi seven weeks ago, the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. So why are details surfacing, piecemeal, only now?

The Obama administration sat by doing nothing for seven hours that night, ignoring calls to dispatch help from our bases in Italy, less than two hours away. It has spent the past seven weeks stretching the story out, engaging in misdirection and deception involving supposed indigenous outrage over an obscure anti-Muslim video, confident that with the aid of a docile press corps this infamous climax to four years of misguided foreign policy can be swept under the rug, at least until after Tuesday’s election.

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Based on documents released by the [House Oversight Committee], on the day of the attack the Pentagon dispatched a drone with a video camera so everyone in Washington could see what was happening in real time. The drone documented no crowds protesting any video. But around 4 p.m. Washington received an email from the Benghazi mission saying it was under a military-style attack. The White House, the Pentagon, the State Department and the CIA were able to watch the live video feed. An email sent later that day reported “Ansar al-Sharia claims responsibility for Benghazi attack.”

Not only did the White House do nothing, there are now reports that a counterterrorism team ready to launch a rescue mission was ordered to stand down.

The official explanation for the inadequate security? This administration didn’t want to “offend the sensibilities” of the new radical Islamic regime which American and British arms had so recently helped install in Libya.

The official explanation for why Obama administration officials watched the attack unfold for seven hours, refusing repeated requests to send the air support and relief forces that sat less than two hours away in Italy? Silence.

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When Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney promptly criticized the security failures in Benghazi, the White House and its lapdog media jumped all over him for another “gaffe,” for speaking out too promptly and too strongly. Prompt and strong action from the White House on Sept. 11 might have saved American lives, as well as America’s reputation as a nation not to be messed with.   Weakness and dithering and flying to Las Vegas the next day for celebrity fund-raising parties are somehow better?

This administration is an embarrassment on foreign policy [...]

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