Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Funny how liberals have all of a sudden become patriotic now that Osama Bin Laden is dead.

I'm just kidding. Liberals are still their usual anti America, anti Military selves. They just see the death of Osama Bin Laden as a supposed shoe in for Obama to win re-election in 2012. I think they call it "Patriotism with strings attached'.

Andrew Breitbart was a telephone guest on Hugh Hewett's radio show yesterday with Guy Benson. They were talking about how liberals are politicizing the killing of Osama Bin Laden. Liberals exploit everything from funerals, oil spills, tornadoes to congresswomen being shot, so why should this be any exception to them?


Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Politicizing is what "ALL" elected politicians do. It's their job!

The problem is that the supporters of the politicians (be they Democrat, Republican, Liberal or Conservative) will gravitate towards the positives of those they support, and chastise the negative of those they don't support. Tyrone, you are squarely with both feet in involved with this type of partisanship.

The killing of Bin Laden should bring to rest the longing for justice for the Al Queda attacks starting during the Clinton administration. During his presidency, Clinton ordered missile attacks against Bin Laden. Unfortunately he didn't get him. G.W. Bush began the war in Afghanistan with the intent of killing Bin Laden. Unfortunately he missed him also.

President Obama made it part of his campaign platform that Bin Laden must be brought to justice. Two years and four months into his administration, under his direct orders as Commander in Chief, Bin Laden was located and killed.

Right wingers make the claim constantly that it was Ronald Reagan that won the Cold War. The "East v. West" dispute began long before Reagan took office. Yet most Reagan supporters gave no credit to the several presidents that came before Reagan who enforced basically the same policies as Reagan.

Hours prior to making his announcement to the country, President Obama called Bush and Clinton to inform that Bin Laden had been killed. This was done for one reason and one reason only...


2:16 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

This is something I find to be beyond appalling.

The Dim-witted, numbed brained, bordering retard (yes retard...if Limbaugh can say it, so will I) Sarah "half a governor" Palin made this statement.

"And we thank our president . . . We thank President Bush for having made the right calls to set up this victory."

At a momentous time in our nations history, Palin willfully and knowingly does not mention the "CURRENT" president by name. In the political realm partisanship does have it's boundaries. Not to mention a "person" by name, even one you disagree with, is beyond partisanship... it's PERSONAL!

The taking down of Bin Laden is an event that has united most, if not all Americans. I have no problem with Palin giving Bush kudos for his policies nor his attempts. But to purposely exclude the sitting president on an event WHERE THE PRESIDENT MADE THE CALL, AND THAT SHE HERSELF IS CELEBRATING, IS JUST DOWNRIGHT ORNERY!

This again shows why Palin is dumped on by the so-called "main stream media." The factual truth is that she does it to herself. I don't think that anyone expected her to shower praise on President Obama. But not to mention him by name shows how rotten she really is. Palin's sister should keep watch above her head to avoid falling houses...

3:19 AM  
Blogger J Curtis said...

OT- Where was Smiley when Shabazz N-worded Obama?

10:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In 2002, just 6 months after 9/11 Bush said this;"Who knows if he’s hiding in some cave or not. We haven’t heard from him in a long time. The idea of focusing on one person really indicates to me people don’t understand the scope of the mission. Terror is bigger than one person. He’s just a person who’s been marginalized. … I don’t know where he is. I really just don’t spend that much time on him, to be honest with you".

The murderer of 3000 Americans? You dont spend much time thinking about? What if Obama had said that?

In 2005 the Bush administration disbanded the most important and effective unit that was searching for Osama Bin Laden. That unit was the CIA's Alec Station.

By 2006 some of the same commandos that took part in Alec Station were walking in circles due to the lack of real-time intelligence and technical assets.

In 2007 Bush repeats ‘I Really Just Don’t Spend That Much Time On Him. Could Obama have gotten away with saying that?

Bush had said on more than one occasion that OBL was not a priority. He disbanded certain operations who's intent it was to find OBL. Bush admitted that he didn't know where OBL was. With that being known conservatives are claiming Bush deserves some of the credit. Of those conservatives that did not want Obama to be credited, or for some reason want to give partial credit Bush, simply don't want the creidt to go to a black president.

If you're black, like my freind here Alpha Conservative, you need to stop following them. They are making you look as stupid as they are.

11:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah like liberals give any credit to Bush when he was in power. Funny the same liberals who call Palin a retard and all don't even have half her intelligence and far less accomplished. And show their stupidity here since one does not get to where one is at by being a retard. If liberals don't understand that they are the ones who are stupid.

I could call Obama a retard for doing something far more idiotic than anything liberals can throw stones at Palin for like this day:


But you know what? As foolish as that decision and other decisions I see him make, I won't. What I said about Palin applies to Obama: one is not retard or stupid if one gets to where one is at the way they did.

Easier to throw stones when we are the ones who don't have to be in public eye or make decisions that we never have to make.

8:58 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Anon;"Yeah like liberals give any credit to Bush when he was in power".

Try to be more specific. What "credit" should he get, and for what specifically? In your opinion, did Bush have a major global, foreign, domestic, social or economic accomplishments?

*Globally? Okay, Bush ousted the "brutal dictator" Saddam Hussein from power. I've never agreed with a "remove or install a dictator" policy. So, okay! He removed one, just one dictator. But he left Zimbabwe, Burma, Uzbekistan, Belarus, North Korea, China, Syria, Libya, Egypt, etc...! One out of what...15, maybe 20? Anywhere you go, 1 out of 15 or 20 gets a failing grade.

*Foreign and domestic policy? Many conservatives say that they felt "safe" because of Bush's "strength on the War on Terror." All I ask is how safe were the people who died on 9/11? Oh shucks...I forgot that Sept.11 was Bill Clintons fault. It was his administrations incompetence that allowed the 9/11 attcks. Perhaps if Bush the elder had won in 92, or Dole had beat Clinton in 96, 9/11 would have never happened. Hell, who knows... if John Breckenridge had beat Lincoln, me might still have slavery!

*Social and economically? Okay, I'll let you blame the 2008 economic crash on Jimmy Carter.

And since Alan Keyes has basically given the devoted 3 years of his life to make the president produce his long form birth certificate, I hereby declare that Alan Keyes receive most, if not of the credit for the release of the document. Thank You Alan Keyes!! (ohh wait..Keyes still says it's fake. Oh Well...)

3:11 AM  

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