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  • WHOA: Obama Admin Just Got Betrayed By One Of It’s Own At Benghazi Hearing

    09/18/2014 8:48:31 PM PDT · 14 of 22
    butterdezillion to Catsrus

    The fool says in his (or her, as the case may be) heart, “There is no God”...

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 8:25:49 PM PDT · 67 of 70
    butterdezillion to Cvengr

    It seems like they’re setting the stage for ebola to mutate into an airborne disease. If that happens, it will be big trouble.

    I asked my niece, who is a physician’s assistant, if she was worried about ebola. She’s going to South Africa for a few weeks here shortly. She said it’s not airborne and a person isn’t contagious until AFTER they experience symptoms so it should be pretty easily contained. And that’s what the people questioned at that House hearing seemed to be saying too. The danger of it spreading, they said, was that the more cases you have, the greater the chance of a mutation that would go airborne.

    But the Obama regime shortly after that came out with this warning about how we have to get ready for an impending epidemic right now!!

    The question asked by SOMEBODY - I can’t remember which Congress member it was but it was shortly after the dire warnings - needs to be answered: Why are these dire warnings being given if the disease is not airborne? And I would add another question: If you’re afraid of the disease already being airborne or soon becoming airborne because of the spread of it, then why are you allowing 200,000 people from ebola-stricken countries to come into this country? Are you going to make sure they are observed for the incubation period (I think it’s 21 days, IIRC) to make sure they aren’t carrying the disease when they enter the country?

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 8:18:53 PM PDT · 66 of 70
    butterdezillion to Graewoulf

    Assad winning will also make Jordan and a bunch of Christians happy, because he is the best alternative there at this time. He does NOT have intentions of spreading a caliphate across the globe - and it very much seems that he is the ONLY party there of which that can be said. If Russia supports that... well, good for Russia.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 8:02:29 PM PDT · 61 of 70
    butterdezillion to ansel12

    Yes, they do. That’s why I’m not worried and why I’m not going to waste any more time on this for now. Trolls take away from the content of the thread, and far too much of that has happened on this thread already.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 7:57:57 PM PDT · 59 of 70
    butterdezillion to greeneyes

    With the foreign enemy combatant in our White House (a prime case of PUSADS) there’s always the danger that HE is trying to use it. That’s what some of us are worried about.

    It does make me feel better, though, to know that the Army has been involved in this kind of research for a long time. I’m glad that was brought out here, because it makes me realize that something I thought was fishy is really not fishy. That’s why it’s good for the theories, thoughts, suspicions to be voiced - so they can be weighed and found either worthy of attention or debunked.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 7:53:29 PM PDT · 57 of 70
    butterdezillion to Graewoulf

    Maybe Bashar Assad will win while the US is training future ISIS terrorists. It would be a fantastic quirk of “unintended consequences”. That is, until the ISIS folks we trained and armed (while not being able to afford bullets for our own troops to practice, or to afford training time for our own soldiers...) come through our southern border...

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 7:49:47 PM PDT · 54 of 70
    butterdezillion to ansel12

    People on FR know whether they fit the description I gave or not. And the ones who are really out to battle the enemy are nodding their heads at everything I’ve said. They know who they are, and so do the couch-potato critics.

    That’s all I’m gonna say. I’ve already wasted too much time on the couch-potato critics.

    I have no idea what the person who started this thread is doing. I have no idea whether they own the blog. I have no idea, and if we’re having a good conversation that he/she is missing out on, it’s his/her loss, not ours.

    But can’t you see that the information you looked up and provided for me here in this thread so I could understand the context of the military’s role in medical research was time better spent by FAR, than the distraction of ragging on blogs? When a person truly has something worth saying, the blog-blasting is a tedious waste of time that steals from more important things.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 7:15:56 PM PDT · 51 of 70
    butterdezillion to shibumi

    Yes, you have to publish stuff like photos somewhere else before you can publish it here.

    On my blog I post original content. Wordpress will do all the html for me and I can concentrate on what I am analyzing/disclosing rather than having to wade through HTML procedures. It makes sense to use a platform like Wordpress to publish analysis with original content, or analysis that draws from many different sources.

    If you assemble content like I and others do using Wordpress, Word, WordPerfect, etc, you end up having to RE-DO everything just to get it to show up correctly on Free Republic - and that’s AFTER you’ve already posted your images somewhere else.

    I have spent HOURS and HOURS trying to get my content to format correctly here just so people don’t have to click an extra time. Why? I realize a click is a traumatic thing to have to go through - way more than any of the diligent folks here who want to save the country can be expected to do. So the people who are busting their butts to do the investigation and analysis have to also bust their necks making sure nobody else has to invest so much as a click. Because the people who love this country and would do anything to save her are not willing to click an extra time.

    BUT as you folks would have it, we should ask them to click 20 times just because you sneer at people who take the time to ASSEMBLE information so people can spend their energy ANALYZING, COMPREHENDING, and TESTING the content, rather than giving up in frustration at the 20 clicks required to even get the basic content because all you can post at FR is link after link after link.

    If they won’t click once, they’re never gonna click 20 times. And that’s the point, isn’t it? We should just brainlessly accept the “analysis” by Dan Rather types, because we’re too stinkin’ lazy and too stinkin’ PROTECTIONIST to accept anybody but Dan Rather trying to point us to information that’s worth processing, and dots that need to be analyzed for connections.

    Not wanting to have to re-invent the wheel every day by spending hours and hours that will put investigators way behind on research that is sometimes very, very time-sensitive is NOT “hostility toward the goals of FR”. Demanding that research grind to a halt in order to humor those who just don’t like blogs IS HOSTILE to the goals of FR, if the goal of FR is to actually bring conservatism, truth, and the rule of law back to this country.

    You want Sharyl Atkisson talking to Benghazi witnesses, or do you want her typing in HTML code over and over again to please your petty highness? That’s the principle I’m talking about. The couch-potatoes can complain about extra clicks, but people who truly understand the situation we’re in would be ASHAMED to force the boots on the ground (such as Sharyl Atkisson or anybody else who is doing the heavy investigative lifting) to waste time laboring over HTML code just because they (the couch potatoes) are too stinkin’ lazy and snobby to make an extra click. Geez, do we really have to be spoon-fed every single minute of the day?

    That’s why I have said that I can’t see any difference between what you and others like you are doing here (silencing the truth and making the lamestream media the only sources that get exposure) and what the Obama thugs would want done.

    I can’t help but ask, “Why?” Why such hostility towards those who have done everybody else the service of collecting information into one place and who point out on Free Republic where that collection can be seen with good formatting and so that 20 clicks aren’t necessary?

    You have no idea what I’ve sacrificed for the research I’ve done. No. Idea. Why make me and others like me re-invent the wheel every time, as if we’ve got nothing better to do - AND force every Freeper to click 20 times - just so you won’t libel us as money-seekers (I don’t get a dime for what I post to my blog, nor for any clicks there)?

    The past few years have been very disillusioning for me. Not because the enemy stinks. I’ve always known the enemy stinks. What really stinks is the people who claim to be on the side of the things I believe in, but do nothing but obstruct, mock, and disable the people who are actually in the ring duking it out with the enemy. It’s sort of like the way the regime treats our military, and it is vile and disgusting to watch. WAY beyond just “couch potato quarterback” laziness. The battle for our country is NOT being waged by people on the sidelines tsk- tsk-ing over the unkempt appearance of the one sweating it out in fierce battle with the enemy. It’s being waged by people who have already sacrificed money, reputation, family time, and the sanctimonious comfort of being a critic, in order to actually FIND the information and GET IT OUT THERE so everybody else can use it to fight the enemy.

    There’s a poster I used to have on my room in high school. It’s a bunch of ducklings all mixed up close together. The poster says: DO SOMETHING! LEAD, FOLLOW, OR GET OUT OF THE WAY!

    I don’t have time for people whose only job here at FR is to get in the way of people who are bringing forward information that deserves to be mulled over. We’ve got enough regime-bots to do that as it is. If it looks like a regime-bot, walks like a regime-bot, and quacks like a regime-bot...... (you finish the rest).

  • Major ISIS Leader Recruits Eleven Muslim Men, And Sodomizes [...] Them In Homosexual Islamic Ritual

    09/18/2014 4:29:00 PM PDT · 25 of 61
    butterdezillion to Slyfox

    Are you suggesting they’ve already married him, or that he’s hoping they will if he’s very, very nice to them?

    What a sad state of affairs it is, though, if the society can look at images of a person (man or woman) being raped, and find it embarrassing to the victim and not deathly incriminating to the perpetrator instead.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 3:30:51 PM PDT · 45 of 70
    butterdezillion to shibumi

    That’s how you embed a video?

    Let me ask you this: Have you ever done an analysis of a lot of information, compiling a lot of different sources into one place? For instance, more information than you can do in one sitting so you need to save your draft copy, go fetch other information, save that, etc - you know, the formal writing process?

    If so, how did you save your draft here on Free Republic, so you could come back to it later?

    Where did you first go to publish any photos or documentation to the web so that you could link to it eventually on Free Republic?

    If Free Republic is serious about this being a place for people to post original content it needs to have workable ways for serious writers to do these things.

    The fact of the matter is that Free Republic is primarily set up for people to talk about and hash over what people are writing elsewhere. It’s no big deal when we’re linking to Dan Rather at CBS, which CBS also likes because they can earn advertising money from the hits which helps them to pay for Dan Rather’s salary. That’s how the business works. Why is that fine and dandy until you get somebody besides Dan Rather trying to get information out to the public?

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 3:24:50 PM PDT · 44 of 70
    butterdezillion to ansel12

    Again, thanks for the info. It’s good to learn new things from people who know more about this than I do. That’s why it’s good to be able to hash things out.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 12:33:25 PM PDT · 39 of 70
    butterdezillion to humblegunner

    Linking to outside sources (as would be required to allow people to see a video, for instance) will drive traffic offsite also - only to 20 different places instead of to the one blog. If traffic is going to be driven off-site anyway, why do you begrudge Freepers the option of being “driven” to a site that has all the information collected for them in one place, instead of to 20 different places?

    The posts I have posted here have driven FAR more traffic TO Free Republic than they have driven to my blog. By a LOT. Free Republic is benefitting FAR more from my content than my blog numbers are benefitting from Free Republic. And that’s fine with me because I’m not posting information in order to get hits to my blog; I gain nothing from hits to my blog. I’m posting information because I want my country back, like most of the people here at Free Republic. A motive you don’t seem to understand at all.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 12:26:42 PM PDT · 38 of 70
    butterdezillion to ansel12

    Thank you for the information. I learned something today. =)

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 11:34:27 AM PDT · 31 of 70
    butterdezillion to humblegunner

    Still no answer as to what’s so terrible about a blogger compiling all the information into one place - saving a lot of clicks, which is actually a service to the people at FR.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 11:32:11 AM PDT · 30 of 70
    butterdezillion to Smokin' Joe

    So there are military bio researchers? If so, is that in addition to the government-funded agencies responsible to prevent pandemics and/or DHS which is supposed to handle bio-terroristic threats?

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 10:26:55 AM PDT · 25 of 70
    butterdezillion to B212

    Seems like the WND article that was cited in the blog said that at least one Congressman asked for the exact goals/duties of the mission to be enumerated because they aren’t clear. A couple goals that were stated were to train local medical personnel and to create a 25-bed facility for any workers who would get sick. Those don’t necessarily seem like military duties, which led to the questions about how many medical personnel would be with the military to accomplish those things.

    What stands in sharp contrast is the claims that the US doesn’t need to be concerned about ebola, contrasted with the Obama regime’s recent claims that it’s inevitable that it will be here and we need to prepare for an epidemic, etc. The regime is talking out of both sides of its mouth, and I can’t help but think that the regime is hiding from us the fact that at least some strains of the virus have become airborne.

    Somebody in Congress asked the regime to tell us why they are warning us about an epidemic here, if the virus is not airborne. I hope we get some answers.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 10:20:56 AM PDT · 23 of 70
    butterdezillion to humblegunner

    Right. Post a link to every source so Freepers have to click 20 links to get to the content, rather than simply directing them to the blog where it’s all in one place - one click.

    And all for what? Why 20 extra clicks when one click to a blog would put it all right there for people to see and actually process the claims, whether to believe or debunk those claims?

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 10:17:13 AM PDT · 22 of 70
    butterdezillion to ansel12

    Part of what hinders me and others from being able to get the word out about important issues is the supposed “conservatives” who work at places like Free Republic to make sure that the only sources that get major exposure are the state-controlled media sources.

    Not saying that you or others are paid Obama agitators, just saying I can’t tell the difference between what you’re doing and what paid Obama agitators would do. If there’s no difference between what you’re doing and what they want done, then it doesn’t even really matter whether it’s deliberate sabotage or just stupidity.

    When Free Republic gets an “embed videos” or “upload images” button so that non-IT folks can easily present the substantiation for the case they’re making in one place (cause God knows Freepers don’t want the extra labor of making an extra click), THEN you can say there is no reason for a person’s own blog to be excerpted here. But until then there is a very GOOD reason for some blogs to be excerpted, or for blog writers to direct people to their own sites, where their case can be much more easily made readable and keep all the substantiation together in one place.

    If you had done the common courtesy of actually considering what I had said in my post, you would have realized that. But the stuff you “blog patrol” people do isn’t about listening and evaluating what’s said. It’s all about snark, obstruction, and basically silencing voices other than the lamestream media. IOW, it’s about PREVENTING people from talking about content/issues. Strange thing to want to do in order to supposedly draw people to Free Republic, and it’s actually driving people away from Free Republic.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 9:11:18 AM PDT · 13 of 70
    butterdezillion to ansel12

    If you actually looked at the blog you’d see there was embedded video there, which is not easily done here by people who aren’t computer gurus and have other important things to do besides trying to become a computer guru just because we’ve got people here who bellyache about territorial piddles while the country goes down in flames.

    Get a life and recognize there are more important things than territorial piddles while the country is going down in flames.

  • Obama's Ebola Agenda to Collapse the World Economy

    09/18/2014 9:08:45 AM PDT · 12 of 70
    butterdezillion to alexmark1917

    It makes no sense to send soldiers to treat sick people.

    But then it also made no sense that the DOD was somehow supposedly involved in coming up with a potential antidote for ebola. Did anybody ever figure out why the DOD was involved with what the CDC or NIH should have been doing? Was it just a way to get people to connect the military with the job of “fighting disease”?

    Is there panic/violence in Liberia because of ebola? If so, then that would be the reason to have somebody there. Not to “treat the sick”.

    The whole thing stinks.

  • GRAPHIC: Mexican Terrorist Cartel Beheads 4 Women In Message To America

    09/18/2014 4:42:39 AM PDT · 68 of 74
    butterdezillion to Califreak

    Kevin Freeman makes the case for the Sept 2008 electronic run on the bank being a pre-planned financial terrorist plot by world Islamists. Ghadaffi in a public speech not long before the election referred to the Muslim world getting Obama elected through their “lawful donations”. We do know that Obama’s campaign deactivated the verification process for accepting credit donations (much like they disabled the verification process for eligibility...) but lawful donations could also include the run on the bank.

    Oops. Gotta run.

  • How The West Created ISIS … with a little help from our friends.

    09/18/2014 4:31:07 AM PDT · 48 of 51
    butterdezillion to PieterCasparzen

    What’s so difficult about that - and I think it’s the result of deliberate disinformation campaigns by the regime if not others - is that we have very little way to verify which reported “facts” are true. Technology allows so much to be fabricated and we also know that both the leftist and “conservative” media doesn’t report what it doesn’t want us to know. So the people who do report those things are viewed as “nuts” while there’s often very little that can be done to prove the evidence they cite.

    The end result is agnosticism. We can’t know anything because we can’t believe anybody. That’s the purpose for the disinformation.

    I believe that extends to sites that pretend to be satire sites but don’t label themselves as such. There’s one that’s been linked to here at FR several times - always making claims that “conservatives” might want to be true. And because it poses as a genuine news site and the “satire” is so badly-done that you can’t tell it’s satire, people don’t know it’s satire. I have no idea if this is the deliberate intention of the site or if the writers there are just so stupid that they don’t know how to write decent satire, but the end effect is that no matter what report you look at you have to ask if it’s somebody lying under the guise of “satire”.

    It’s like every day is April Fool’s Day, and you have to wonder if any report is either disinformation or an attempt to trick you, with somebody laughing and saying “April Fools!” if you believe anything.

    All this, together with the post-modernism of the day, makes it very hard for a normal person (one who doesn’t spend their whole life researching and analyzing these things - which makes them seem like “sheeple”) to be anything but agnostic. We can’t know anything. And with no clear trumpet sound nobody will go to battle. That’s the whole point of the disinformation campaigns. Anonymous posting makes it very difficult to know who is a minister of disinformation.

  • 85 Democrats buck Obama in ISIS vote

    09/17/2014 6:19:41 PM PDT · 6 of 19
    butterdezillion to weef

    Mine did too. I think I’ll do the same thing.

  • 85 Democrats buck Obama in ISIS vote

    09/17/2014 6:06:27 PM PDT · 3 of 19
    butterdezillion to Tailgunner Joe

    What Obama did in Libya worked so well that we should do it again in Syria.


  • American Soldiers Singing "Days of Elijah"

    09/17/2014 5:59:30 PM PDT · 15 of 21
    butterdezillion to the_Watchman

    Even after Elijah’s victory over the prophets of Baal, where the Lord showed His power, the enormity of the task and the obstacles were overwhelming. Once the adrenaline was gone, Elijah again felt alone and hopeless. God didn’t leave him at the point of hopelessness though. He reminded him that He had preserved a remnant.

    Yes, these are the days of Elijah. So much that is Biblical is everyday reality to be seen by all with eyes to see. It’s good to be reminded that these challenges have faced God’s people all through time, and just like the Biblical days, God is here with us and will see us through.

    On the radio today I heard Steven Curtis Chapman singing a song I’d never heard before, saying that even though it feels like the end, our story is still at the beginning, and we need to watch the great unraveling of the story that God is going to do, and be amazed.

    The great stories in the Bible almost all came in times of great darkness. It means it shines all the brighter when God intervenes.

    I was asking myself how a person could write a song that would convey the darkness of these times and still have the hope of the Lord in the middle of it.

    I had never heard “Days of Elijah”. I want to look more closely at the lyrics; seems like they draw hope for the future from the remembrance of the past, which is what I keep going back to in my own mind and heart.

  • Hearing on 2012 Benghazi Consulate Attacks [9/17/2014 - 10:00 AM]

    09/17/2014 11:12:33 AM PDT · 219 of 258
    butterdezillion to GraceG

    Yes, it seemed to me at the time that he didn’t support the Iranians who protested in support of freedom because Iran was already under sharia - which (worldwide sharia) is part of the “Muslim agenda” that the Egyptian ambassador in 2010 said Obama had privately said he would get actively involved in pushing once he got Obamacare passed. Since they were already sharia as Obama had promised the Muslim world he would work toward, Iran didn’t need any “fixing”, in Obama’s eyes. It was just the Mideast regimes that had been fighting Islamist terrorists that he had to take out. That’s why our own regime agitated for “Arab Spring”. And IIRC those who were pushing that stated outright that there would also be an “American Spring” eventually...

  • Hearing on 2012 Benghazi Consulate Attacks [9/17/2014 - 10:00 AM]

    09/17/2014 10:06:34 AM PDT · 205 of 258
    butterdezillion to GraceG

    What kind of pathetic intel did we have, that couldn’t tell these people were aligned with Al Qaeda?

    Maybe I’m just ignorant and my ignorance makes me angry, but it seems to me that a person gets more scrutiny for simply trying to buy a package of Sudafed than it takes to get military-grade weapons and supporting airstrikes from this regime, OR to be given the keys to the White House.

    Seems to me that a little kid’s lemonade stand gets more scrutiny than the redistribution of guns to cartels that are invading our border and manpads to terrorists who have sworn to drown us in our own blood.

    My son asked me this morning if I had ever thought of doing something on the computer that’s totally unrelated to evil things. I said somebody has to fight evil. Trouble is, I don’t know if simply knowing about it and talking about it really accomplishes anything either. How did we ever get to this crazy, upside-down world that I just described?

  • Hearing on 2012 Benghazi Consulate Attacks [9/17/2014 - 10:00 AM]

    09/17/2014 9:57:21 AM PDT · 200 of 258
    butterdezillion to kabar

    Boots on the ground in Benghazi to process the illegal, undeclared war against Ghadaffi, who was at the time one of our best providers of intelligence regarding Islamist terrorists and who correctly warned us that Obama was siding with people aligned with Al Qaeda?

  • Hearing on 2012 Benghazi Consulate Attacks [9/17/2014 - 10:00 AM]

    09/17/2014 9:53:41 AM PDT · 195 of 258
    butterdezillion to kabar

    So Obama said all along that he wouldn’t put Americans in harm’s way in order to fight his illegal Libya war, but instead he put unarmed diplomats in Benghazi to try to keep Ghadaffi from massacring the side that Obama single-handedly chose to root for (the terrorists who then killed our diplomat and the brave men who came to defend him)?

  • Hearing on 2012 Benghazi Consulate Attacks [9/17/2014 - 10:00 AM]

    09/17/2014 9:50:40 AM PDT · 190 of 258
    butterdezillion to butterdezillion

    Especially since he wants to do the SAME STINKIN’ THING in Syria right now!

  • Hearing on 2012 Benghazi Consulate Attacks [9/17/2014 - 10:00 AM]

    09/17/2014 9:49:44 AM PDT · 187 of 258
    butterdezillion to kabar

    Seems like knowing the affiliation of the people we arm is a slightly-important thing. If we didn’t know their affiliations, why didn’t we know? If we knew their affiliations, why did we support them against an ally in the war on terror?

    This goes to the enemy combatant in our White House. This Libyan war was his baby. He needs to answer for it.

  • Hearing on 2012 Benghazi Consulate Attacks [9/17/2014 - 10:00 AM]

    09/17/2014 9:43:46 AM PDT · 179 of 258
    butterdezillion to kabar

    But Obama desperately wanted to say that our ousting of Ghadaffi was successful and everything was peaches and cream. Wasn’t his campaign slogan something about Bin Laden dead and GM alive?

    Seems like ultimately we may have been there to run arms to terrorists, but that’s not the subject of this hearing. In the meantime, the question if our reason for being there was above-board is why were we there BEFORE it was secure

    Of course, that gets back to the guffawing that was done in Iraq when “insurgents” were able to get weapons before we were able to secure them. Maybe it comes down to the idea that it was stupid for us to interfere in Libya’s own civil war, when the regime in power at the time was currently a very good ally against terrorism and those seeking to oust him were largely terrorists themselves... But then it’s the “Obama Doctrine” for the US to oust allies in fighting terrorism, in favor of Muslim extremist terrorists. We’ve done it in Egypt, Afghanistan, and Libya, and Obama’s working on doing it in Syria too...

    Ultimately this does come down to “politics” - if “politics” means the Obama Doctrine of supporting Muslim terrorists and shafting everybody else. But that’s a subject for a different hearing.

  • GRAPHIC: Mexican Terrorist Cartel Beheads 4 Women In Message To America

    09/17/2014 8:28:29 AM PDT · 39 of 74
    butterdezillion to Slyfox

    Pass an emergency bill (and I mean override Obama’s veto) creating an electronic fence that will automatically kill anybody who ventures into US territory unauthorized, and then impeach, convict, and send to prison down in Mexico the entire Obama regime.

    That’s just for starters, off the top of my head.

  • GRAPHIC: Mexican Terrorist Cartel Beheads 4 Women In Message To America

    09/17/2014 8:15:24 AM PDT · 32 of 74
    butterdezillion to Rick66; holden

    Which cartels were involved? Holder was arming the Sinoloans, IIRC, so if these were family members of the rival cartel, then this is a hit-job by a mafia personally armed by Eric Holder.

    What people need to realize regarding Obama getting into the White House: Yes, there are idiot voters who only want their Obama-phone. But there was something far more sinister at work, which is why in our guts we all know things are bad, bad, bad right now. Obama was put into the White House by threats - threats to the media, threats to Hillary, and I am confident that there were also threats to McCain, Bush, judges including at least Chief Justice John Roberts, bureaucrats who then had to forge documents, etc.

    The conservative media in particular was neutered through threats of FCC annihilation if they reported on Obama’s eligibility problem or his Muslim leanings (both items were critical to his having enough popularity to pull off the “election” with plenty of illegal world-Muslim donations to buy off already-corrupt dem election officials in critical places like Philly, etc...).

    We’ve seen, time and time again, that reporters who have wanted to publish stories which told the truth to the American public were told they could NOT, by the corrupt heads of the liberal press (where is Travis’ graphic showing the incestuous relationships between this thug regime and the thug liberal media?). And the “conservative media” wouldn’t report on anything either, because they had been told they would be annihilated if they did.

    The reporters on the ground all know this stuff. Period. They knew LONG AGO that 2008 was a coup, and they kidded themselves that it wouldn’t come down to Islamist and cartel thugs beheading people at will in this nation, the regime deliberately letting Ebola into the country along with the cartels, terrorists, etc - and there is no way they would be giving these warnings about an Ebola epidemic if the disease wasn’t already airborne; there is also no way they would let it into the country if Obama and his thugs didn’t have an effective antidote to it, which they will NOT be giving to us “commoners”)

    People need to wake up and smell the coffee - figure out that this was a PLANNED break-in, with all the alarms disabled in order to make it possible for them to take over the country, infiltrate every position of power, and destroy it from within like gangrene that kills its host victim.

    Holden, I sent you a freepmail.

  • CIA Director John Brennan Refuses To Tell Congress Who Authorized Senate Spying

    09/17/2014 7:47:30 AM PDT · 38 of 43
    butterdezillion to Starstruck

    One of the first strategies of this lawless regime was to illegally fire any inspectors general who wouldn’t do what “the master” told them to do. Gerald Walpin is one example among about 5 who were fired right away, to clear the way for the lawlessness that would ensue once a stooge was put in as watchdog (which was the same thing they did with Obama’s passport showing him a foreigner; the “stooge” who oversaw the sanitizing of Obama’s passport file was..... JOHN BRENNAN. He did so well at that corrupt stooge job that Obama put him in as Stooge-in-Chief, National Security Advisor.) When Congress allowed the regime to fire Gerald Walpin (and the others like him) we should have all known the country was over. That set the stage for everything that was to come. It was a PLANNED break-in and they made sure that all the security alarms were disabled before they did the dirty they had been planning all along, since before Obama was illegally placed in the White House as a foreign enemy combatant.

  • CIA Director John Brennan Refuses To Tell Congress Who Authorized Senate Spying

    09/17/2014 7:24:58 AM PDT · 25 of 43
    butterdezillion to Lazamataz

    But as long as he swears that everything is on the up-and-up his word is “best evidence”, and no other evidence can overcome the word of a known liar.

    Or so I hear.

  • CIA Director John Brennan Refuses To Tell Congress Who Authorized Senate Spying

    09/17/2014 7:10:14 AM PDT · 8 of 43
    butterdezillion to Enlightened1

    Throw this guy in Gitmo and throw away the key. He is the chief terrorist in Obama’s regime. And I don’t say that lightly.

  • Mother gets prison time, deportation in strangling death of her newborn

    09/16/2014 8:26:28 PM PDT · 12 of 16
    butterdezillion to ConservativeStatement

    Unlicensed post-natal abortion. It’s only “doctors” who can legally leave a baby to die in a dumpster. Killing without a license - refusing to let the government rake in its 30 pieces of silver for blood money...

  • Brother of [al-Baghdadi] Top ISIS Leader Repents, Converts to Christianity

    09/16/2014 10:15:16 AM PDT · 13 of 25
    butterdezillion to GonzoII

    Yes! Praise God!

  • U.S. Pushes Back Against Warnings That ISIS Plans to Enter From Mexico

    09/16/2014 9:10:13 AM PDT · 7 of 18
    butterdezillion to Biggirl

    Does the NY Slimes have anything worth hearing in this piece? I trust them as far as I can throw the whole lot of them so I don’t want to waste my time reading what’s there.

  • Poll: Greg Orman leads Pat Roberts in Kansas

    09/16/2014 7:54:32 AM PDT · 27 of 52
    butterdezillion to VerySadAmerican

    It would be too late for this election. But something definitely should be done to quarantine the effect of the lawless thugs in the R party there. If it takes a 3rd party, then that’s what should be done.

  • Poll: Greg Orman leads Pat Roberts in Kansas

    09/16/2014 7:33:49 AM PDT · 13 of 52
    butterdezillion to ScottinVA

    I’m worried about MS too. The GOP-E is lawless scum there, and it’s never a good thing when it comes down to a judge deciding whether lawless scum can always get away with it. Judges know who butters their bread...

  • 50 Generations of Inbreeding Created the Many Deranged Morons u Now See Chopping Heads on YouTube

    09/16/2014 6:38:37 AM PDT · 54 of 66
    butterdezillion to MrB

    Exactly. And as long as society accepts post-modern thinking - the idea that there is no REAL truth or morality and all we have is what we construct in our own minds - nobody can say that a criminal’s “morality” is any less valid than the ethics code the majority has invented.

    IOW, the anti-God leftistshumanists in academia, media, etc have given “human” sanction to the way criminals want to act anyway.

    Everywhere you look outside the Word of God, the philosophy of death reigns supreme. Nothing is real, nothing is sacred. There is no justice, there’s just us. We are our own little gods, and we determine what is true for us. Might makes right. Etc.

    The choice between the demons of god and man on the one hand, and the real God of the Bible on the other hand, is in reality a choice between life and death. ISIS or Mother Theresa - because what created ISIS was demons and what created Mother Theresa was Jesus.

    Right now the world needs to hear what the Lord told Israel so many years ago: “I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live...”

    People need to look closely at ISIS and realize that this is ultimately what death means. To be dead even when you’re alive. And people need to see that the choice is critical for every person right now. The door will soon be closed if darkness wins today.

  • To Rush Limbaugh: Losing a Listener

    09/16/2014 4:35:05 AM PDT · 65 of 167
    butterdezillion to TangoLimaSierra

    I think we’re all looking for Aragorn.

  • To Rush Limbaugh: Losing a Listener

    09/16/2014 4:14:45 AM PDT · 55 of 167
    butterdezillion to PghBaldy

    I’ve found it’s hard to deal with people who don’t seem to “get it” regarding where the country and world are at right now.

    I do realize that sometimes people need a break. It’s why there were movies even during the Great Depression.

    I think I’m just feeling such an urgency about the damage that’s spiraling out of control, while the checks and balances refuse to do anything about it - that other talk is sort of like somebody bleeding out waiting for the doctor to finish telling a joke before bothering to apply a tourniquet.

    Nobody knows how to apply a tourniquet, and it’s a very scary thing.

  • 50 Generations of Inbreeding Created the Many Deranged Morons u Now See Chopping Heads on YouTube

    09/16/2014 3:54:50 AM PDT · 30 of 66
    butterdezillion to I want the USA back

    It’s a cult - controlling all input that a follower is allowed to have in his/her life and subjecting the body to subversive physical conditions similar to what is used for interrogation tactics (sleep and food cycles, hypnotizing music, etc).

    A while back there was video of a Muslim woman in Israel waiting for her son to be done with the free care he was given in a Jewish hospital. She explained that human life on earth basically means nothing to them. They expect to die, they want to die for Allah. There is no concept of the sanctity of human life.

    Makes me think about the difference between that and Christianity. Christians are to be LIVING sacrifices - serving the world through their life, to illustrate and be a conduit for the love of the God who not only said, “You shall not murder” but who also lived and died to pay the just punishment for human sin. God DOES care about human lives in the here and now. Death DOES matter to Him. The thief comes only to steal, kill, and destroy, but the God of the Bible comes that we might have abundant life - complete with all the fruit of real life (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, self-control...)

    I think that disbelief in the true sanctity of human life is probably what connects leftists to Islam in spite of their differences over feminism, homosexuality, abortion, etc. When people become animals in their beliefs, they will very soon thereafter become animals in their behaviors too.

  • 50 Generations of Inbreeding Created the Many Deranged Morons u Now See Chopping Heads on YouTube

    09/16/2014 3:42:19 AM PDT · 21 of 66
    butterdezillion to Reaganite Republican

    I hate to say it but certain dumbed-down demographics in the US - the kind most likely to end up in jail - illustrate the same violent “bent”.

    If there was going to be an argument that would convince me of human evolution, it would be the animalistic behavior of certain demographics when the morality of Christianity is absent from their society. It’s like they’ve devolved from human into animals.

    In the Islamic world it may be exacerbated by the inbreeding but the catalyst, I truly believe, is a demonic religion. Hmm. Maybe that’s the case for other groups too.

  • 50 Generations of Inbreeding Created the Many Deranged Morons u Now See Chopping Heads on YouTube

    09/16/2014 3:34:44 AM PDT · 15 of 66
    butterdezillion to PapaBear3625

    Most of them (in America, at least) converted in prison by Muslim missionaries who recognize that criminals think like Muslims...

  • 50 Generations of Inbreeding Created the Many Deranged Morons u Now See Chopping Heads on YouTube

    09/16/2014 3:32:57 AM PDT · 10 of 66
    butterdezillion to Vaquero

    The hill folks are probably not Muslim.

    The in-breeding makes them stupid. Islam makes them violent.

  • Pelosi is furious: ‘We never treated President Bush the way they treat President Obama’

    09/15/2014 4:47:58 PM PDT · 39 of 122
    butterdezillion to Kaslin

    Why is this woman not in jail? She is the one who “certified” a foreign enemy combatant as Constitutionally qualified to be President - even though even the most lax of verification procedures would have proven otherwise. She is a treasonous perjuror who needs to receive justice. Real justice.