Approximate numbers of people butchered and maimed by Islamic assholes by year.
(by Nov 13 2018)
2018: 10,071/ 10,213

2017: 16,386 / 14,360
2016: 21,413 / 26,730
2015: 27,588 / 26,136
2014: 32,862 / 27,522
2013: 16,774 / 29,577
2012: 11,546 / 20,254
2011: 9,086 / 16,921
2010: 9,233 / 17,461
2009: 9,176/ 18,612
2008: 10,798 / 18,088
2007: 20,478 / 27,317
2006: 15,245 / 19,496
2005: 7,625 / 12,855
2004: 7,166 / 14,574

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Injuries : 0



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January 28, 2010

» Obama’s Sorry State of the Union Speech

President Obama’s State of the Union address was an incoherent, disorganized, and most regrettably defiant, mess of a speech.

Just like all the speeches he made in 08 – that suckered in 52% of the gullible voters.

» Fact Check: How State of Union Compares With Reality

A look at some of Obama’s claims in the State of the Union and how they compare with the facts

» Justice Mouths ‘Not True’ as Obama Slams Court

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito made a dismissive face, shook his head repeatedly and appeared to mouth the words “not true” or possibly “simply not true” as Obama spoke.
Obama had taken the unusual step of scolding the high court in his State of the Union address Wednesday. “With all due deference to the separation of powers,” he began, the court last week “reversed a century of law that I believe will open the floodgates for special interests — including foreign corporations — to spend without limit in our elections.”

So far, I haven’t found anyone comparing that statement using “foreign” and “elections” to the fact that Obama’s campaign received a slew of donations via their website from foreign entities – while the website’s verification checkes were disabled.

Senate Democratic leaders sitting immediately behind Alito and other members of the high court rose and clapped loudly in their direction, with Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., leaning slightly forward with the most enthusiastic applause.

Don’t forget that Chucky was getting millions in donations from lobbyists that the corporations don’t need anymore.

» Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell Delivers Republican Address

» The Blue Assumptions
The assumptions:

The first, and perhaps most dangerous, assumption is that authority confers virtue
The second assumption is that authority bestows wisdom
The third assumption is that authority implies benevolence
Finally, there is the persistent, but ridiculous, superstition that authority creates wealth

Deployed wisely, coercive force enhances value. Your money is worth more because the government works to keep it (more or less) stable. Your buying power is enhanced when you can rely on the government to offer protection from fraud and theft. The authority of the government, when used sparingly, builds trust, and this makes its citizens wealthier.

When government power exceeds the limits necessary to build trust, and begins attempting to command the economy, value is destroyed.

The first four steps on the path to a proper appreciation of liberty lie in the rejection of these four assumptions about authority. The free market has never accepted them, which is why an anemic economy is desperate to hear a State of the Union address in which this President lists the things he will not do.

» Obama tries to take credit for success in Iraq despite opposition to troop surge

Move America Forward, the nation’s largest grassroots pro-troop organization took offense last night as President Obama tried to take credit for the success of the Iraq War when he was a bitter opponent of the successful troop surge implemented by President George W. Bush. Obama proclaimed “I promised I would end this war, and that is what I am doing as President.”

“It is reprehensible for the President to take credit for a war his predecessor won. Then-Senator Obama criticized the Iraq war, called it a dumb war, said our troops would fail and that the surge would make things worse. History has proved him wrong, and yet he still tries to somehow take credit for our troops’ success without even congratulating them on the good job they have done.”

» Sarah Palin: Mr. President: Please Try, “I’m Listening, People,” Instead of “Listen Up, People!”

Instead of real leadership, though, we’ve had broken promises and backroom deals. One of the worst: candidate Obama promised to go through the federal budget “with a scalpel,” but President Obama spent four times more than his predecessor. Want more? Candidate Obama promised that lobbyists “won’t find a job in my White House,” but President Obama gave at least a dozen former lobbyists top administration jobs. Candidate Obama promised us that we could view his health care deliberations openly and honestly on C-SPAN, but President Obama cut deals behind closed doors with industry lobbyists. Candidate Obama promised us that we would have at least five days to read all major legislation, but President Obama rushed through bills before members of Congress could even read them.

Candidate Obama promised us that his economic stimulus package would be targeted and pork-free, but President Obama signed a stimulus bill loaded with pork and goodies for corporate cronies. Candidate Obama railed against Wall Street greed, but President Obama cozied up to bankers as he extended and expanded their bailouts. Candidate Obama promised us that for “Every dollar that I’ve proposed [in spending], I’ve proposed an additional cut so that it matches.” We’re still waiting to see how President Obama will cut spending to match the trillion he’s spent.

After Rush Limbaugh’s remark on Obama’s speech: “I forgot he was black tonight for an hour” – hundreds of liberal shriekers stormed his home, drug him into the street and …

Just kidding. That remark came from Chris Matthews of Empty Head and Tingling Leg. So, of course, the liberal shriekers are still waiting for Rush’s remarks.

Personally, I heard nothing from Obama last night to make me forget he’s red.

» Hamas’ 54 Democratic Congressmen

Keith Ellison, widely hailed as America’s first Muslim congressman, could more accurately be described as CAIR and Hamas’ man in Congress. Congressman Ellison has been a regular presence at CAIR fundraisers
and at pro-Hamas rallies in the United States. As a former member of Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam, Ellison has enough anti-semitic and Islamist credentials to satisfy anyone, and had expressed openly anti-semitic beliefs in the past.

» Can’t We At Least Get a Toaster?

In the wake of the Massachusetts Miracle last week (“The other Boston Massacre”), President Obama adopted a populist mantle, claiming he was going to “fight” Wall Street. It was either that or win another Nobel Peace Prize.

Republicans should respond the way they always have: Support the free market, not looters and welfare recipients on Wall Street, especially the Democrats’ friends at Goldman.

» The Scott Brown Effect and Its Consequences

Senator-elect Scott Brown offers such a perfect roadmap for Republicans in 2010 that it is worth deconstructing his campaign to draw the key lessons for the next nine months.

… in an irony matched only by the race being for Kennedy’s old seat and dominated by his issue, the Massachusetts Democratic machine is so powerful that they had changed the election rules for U.S. Senate races twice in recent years on short notice: first to protect the seat in case John Kerry vacated it in 2004, and then again in 2009 to ensure representative continuity after Mr. Kennedy’s death. Democratic Party power in the Bay State is close to invincible, and in an unusually high turnout for a special election (over 2.2 million voters versus 2.8 million in November 2008), there could be no rational expectation of Republican victory. Truly, Massachusetts is the “bluest of the blue” states …

… coming from Massachusetts, Mr. Brown has upset the political calculus inside the Beltway even before being seated. The Obama agenda is now substantially stalled, and confirmation of this is nowhere more on display than in the words of pundits or politicians sympathetic to Obama: blame is variously assigned to a weak Coakley campaign, to sexist voters in the Bay State, to voter anger over “Washington” or, from the President himself, over “the last eight years” of failed policies. Psychologists call that denial, a phenomenon last seen starkly in American politics in 1994.

Undocumented Dhimmicrats
In case you’re still wondering why the dhimmicrats so passionately want to pass amnesty for illegal aliens; watch this.

Eliseo Medina spells it out: amnesty for 12 million illegal aliens translates to 12 million progressive voters.
He uses the words immigrants and amnesty. As Barry likes to say “Let me be clear”, legal immigrants have no need for amnesty.
Webster defines amnesty as “A governmental pardon granted to a number of offenders.”
Immigrants are not criminals, immigrants do not require forgiveness, immigrants are not offenders.
Illegal aliens, on the other hand …

» Poll: Toomey over Specter by 14 points

Specter, who switched from Republican to Democrat in April, was tied at 30 percent in a general election match-up with Toomey among registered voters, with 35 percent undecided, the poll found.

But Toomey jumped out to a 14- point lead when the poll targeted “likely voters,” people who said they are certain to vote and are paying close attention to the race.

Among that group, Toomey led Specter 45-31 percent

U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, who is leaving his Delaware County congressional seat to challenge Specter in the primary, also came up a loser against Toomey in the poll. Toomey led Sestak among registered voters by 28-16 percent

» Jews leaving Dems: ADL’s Foxman Alarmed
» FOX Leads for Trust
» Employer told not to post advert for ‘reliable’ workers because it discriminates against ‘unreliable’ applicants
» Teleprompter Shot of the Day
» “Ellie Light” story turns a little bit freaky and a whole lot deaky
» Marxist Crank Assumes Room Temperature: Chomsky, Affleck Hardest Hit
» Send John McCain into retirement: Support J. D. Hayworth for United States Senate

Let’s Extort Ourselves
» Report: Plan being considered to buy off Taliban for $1B or so

According to Al-Jazeera, which reported that the U.S. and Britain were leading the charge for the buyoff plan, “the scheme would offer cash, jobs and other incentives to the Taliban and fighters in other armed groups,” including community development projects in the fighters’ villages, and could cost from $500 million to $1 billion over five years.

The goal would be to woo the less-radicalized of the Taliban back to the good side by offering to help alleviate their poverty, thus chipping away at the insurgency’s ranks.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is skipping tonight’s State of the Union address in Washington, is in London for the talks.

Rank stupidity. So, Hills, what do we give em when we run outta Chinese money?

» “Green” Jobs are a Snow Job

If a job can only be propped-up by huge taxpayer subsidies, sooner or later those subsidies will be withdrawn. Or else we’ll be stuck with a too-big-to-fail Green Jobs-version of Freddie and Fannie. Too big to fail–yet too big to afford.

Make dictators and terrorists live in fear–not taxpayers and businessmen.