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November 3rd, 2013

Jesus Statue in Syria Raised Despite Civil War (Open Thread)

Who raised a 40-foot high bronze Jesus stature in Syria? The project organizer, Samir al-Ghadban somehow arranged for a cease fire amongst the various factions as rebels battle the Bashar Assad regime. The statue of Jesus Christ was financed by the St. Paul and St. George Foundation and the project is called, ″I Have Come to Save the World.″ The group was originally known as the Gavrilov Foundation, started by Russian businessman, Yuri Gavrilov. The Jesus statue was raised upon a pedestal 105 feet high on a site at Cherubim mountain. The Christ faces Constantinople with His hands outstretched as to welcome pilgrims from the West. This remarkable event in such a troubled land should make us all wonder if peace is will ever come to a place so bloodied by war?

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October 22nd, 2013

Irish Lawmaker not exactly ‘loving’ Obama

This is a few months old, but I just ran across it. Remember how the liberals lectured us on how well Obama would be received by other nations of the world? Remember the media showing us glowing images of Obama in Europe, being welcomed with enthusiastic support and jubilation? Well, apparently that was a sophistry maintained by the media, and not everyone feels so cordial toward our president.

Clare Daly speaking in the Irish Parliament

Ms. Daly, if you’d like to come to America and run for Congress, you have my vote! This woman has more balls than any man in Washington.

September 19th, 2013

No Blood For Oil! (The Caption Contest)

Here is Obama meeting with a bunch of oil sheiks from Kuwait about his plans to bomb Syria. The President’s original plans were confounded by resistant from both parties in Washington and by normally reliable allies overseas.

Caption this photo!

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September 14th, 2013

Syria Weapons Talks Constructive, U.S. Russia Deal Reached

The Syria weapons talks are constructive as a deal has been reached between the United States and Russia. The U.S. and Russia reach a deal to secure Syria’s WMDs with a framework that has been negotiated for the eventual securing and destruction of Syrian chemical weapons. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov have agreed to a process concerning the stockpile of WMDs held by Bashar al-Assad. The United Nations Security Council will most likely accept the plan without hesitation. The big winners are Vladimir Putin and Bashar Assad as Putin can now claim to be the man of peace and Assad can remain in power. The big loser, of course, is Barack Obama, whose bumbling and incompetency has diminished America′s standing in the world after nearly starting another war.

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September 12th, 2013

Obama Syria Expert Fired, Fake PhD

The Institute for the Study of War, ISW, has announced that they have fired Elizabeth O′Bagy after she allegedly lied on her resume about having a PhD from Georgetown University. Ms. O′Bagy is the Syria expert who has been widely quoted by Barack Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and other Obama administration officials and supporters, including the Manchurian Senator from Arizona, John McCain. Who better to spread lies about the make up of Syrian rebel forces than a liar? O′Bagy has been under scrutiny as it was for being a paid consultant for the Syrian Emergency Task Force. While not paid directly by them, she did assist them in matters to secure money and material aid from the United States government. Her op-ed about how the Syrian rebels are made up of about 80% ′moderates′ and only 20% ′extremists′ has been referred to often by those in favor of launching an attack against the Bashar al-Assad regime for his alleged use of chemical weapons.

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September 11th, 2013

Obama Syria Speech Lays Egg

For some 16 minutes, Barack Obama gave his Syria speech, addressing the American people to explain his desire to attack the Bashar al-Assad regime. Why he decided to go forward with the speech after the Senate decided to postpone a vote to go to war is a good question? Events in the past 48 hours, starting with Secretary of State John Kerry making a goof-gaffe about Syria turning over their chemical weapons, have become more comical than political. Indeed, the politics of the Syria vote were fading fast as even the Senate now appears not to have enough votes to support a U.S. strike against Syria. One poll shows only some 22 senators ready to vote Yes with about 30 committed or ′leaning′ No votes. For much of yesterday, the American news media continued to credit Obama with the Vladimir Putin peace proposal. But after last night′s dismal speech, a good many are now backsliding, realizing that Obama has laid an egg.

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September 10th, 2013

10 Good Reasons Not to Strike Syria

Did we suddenly wake up in bizarro-world, or what? Is this really John Kerry, the anti-Vietnam, anti-Iraq dove, telling us the strikes on Syria are important and necessary? Is this really Barack Obama and Joe Biden, making a case for acts of war against a sovereign nation, without even attempting UN diplomacy or seeking coalition support? It certainly seems that way, but if it were anywhere near April 1, I’d be expecting them to pull of their rubber masks and reveal their true identities to be Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld. Only, they actually DID seek diplomatic resolutions through the UN, garner coalition support, and get approval from Congress first.

As the debate rages on, and the president takes his case to the American people, I want to give you my personal Top 10 reasons for not launching strikes against Syria. Read the rest of this entry »

September 10th, 2013

Putin Out-Foxes Obama With Russia Proposal For Syria To Turn Over Weapons

Vladimir Putin has done it again! He completely has out-foxed Barack Obama with Russia making a proposal for Syria to turn over their chemical weapons. This latest news on Syria happened after Secretary of State John Kerry answered a reporter′s question in London yesterday. When asked if there was anything Bashar al-Assad could do to avoid a U.S. attack on Syria, Kerry replied that war could be avoided if the Assad regime turned over their chemical weapons in the next seven days. Obviously, that is not going to happen, but the genie was out of the bottle. Shortly after, Russia offered to broker such a deal between the US and Syria, to take control of their weapons and the UN was ready to encourage a diplomatic solution. Obama had his political legs cut from under him as Harry Reid postponed a vote in the U.S. Senate to authorize Obama to attack Syria. Oops!

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