October 1st, 2014
The First mandatory rule of maintaining your sanity under the Obama Regime? Engage and expand your sense of humor, otherwise, your head just may explode ~ Barry
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Don't Get Too Excited over Obama's 'Air Guitar' War on ISIS: It's A Clintonian Aspirin Factory Attack
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October 1st, 2014
The "JV team" of ISIS has now ringed both the western and northern sections of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, and is threatening capture of the capital, as Iraq's army cringes in fear.
Tonight, Meghan Kelly interviewed a trapped but fearless Anglican Vicar whose only care is for "his people."
With all the mighty air power at the United State's disposal, we have to ask ourselves why Obama has not hit these Sunni Islamic terrorists with everything he has.
They are hellbent on building a very dangerous terrorist army/super-Caliphate, isn't that enough reason?
The well beyond rudimentary answer has now become simple....at least for those who wish to see it.....
ISIS has advanced to the outskirts of Baghdad, and the Department of Defense is acknowledging that the terror group could be within five miles of the Iraqi capital.
Vicar of Baghdad Canon Andrew White yesterday posted an SOS on Facebook, saying, “The Islamic State are on the verge of entering Baghdad. All the military airstrikes are doing nothing. If we ever needed your prayer, it is now.”
Megyn Kelly spoke to White earlier to discuss the situation in Baghdad.
“People are fearful of what is going to happen,” he told her.
Kelly asked whether people would be looking to flee as ISIS nears, but he explained that there isn’t much opportunity to do so.
“One of my biggest dangers according to security people is I have no concept of fear, I do not fear ever. So no, I’m not scared. I fear for my people,” he said.
White also asked one of the soldiers protecting him what he would do if ISIS came toward him. He said he would take off his uniform, so White asked him why he is a soldier, and he said it's because he needs the money.
"How can you put your complete trust in an army who responds like that?" he asked.
September 30th, 2014
No, the pic has nothing to do with the story, we simply found it hilarious in a
curiously bizarre way.....
Democrat Governor candidate Burke and Michelle Obama's White House staff told reporters not to talk to people in the crowd before the event.....
Meg Kissinger is a seasoned reporter at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin’s well-known newspaper.
She’s seen a lot in her days, but what she said happened at a speech by Michelle Obama in the state on Monday left her utterly “creeped out.”
In short, she said, aides for both the first lady and Wisconsin Democratic candidate for governor, Mary Burke, told her she was banned from talking to members of the crowd.
The odd encounter did make it into her story for the Journal Sentinel .....
September 30th, 2014
“Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas has admitted a patient into strict isolation to be evaluated for potential Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) based on the patient’s symptoms and recent travel history. The hospital is following all Centers for Disease Control and Texas Department of Heath recommendations to ensure the safety of patients, hospital staff, volunteers, physicians and visitors. The CDC anticipates preliminary results tomorrow.”
DALLAS (AP) — A patient in a Dallas hospital is showing signs of the Ebola virus and is being kept in strict isolation with test results pending, hospital officials said on Monday.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas said in a statement Monday that the patient's symptoms and recent travel indicated a case of Ebola, the virus that has killed more than 3,000 people across West Africa and infected a handful of Americans who have traveled to that region.
Preliminary test results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are expected to come back Tuesday.
Hospital spokeswoman Candace White would not answer any questions about the patient or where the patient had visited.
Presbyterian Hospital's statement said officials there were following CDC recommendations to keep doctors, staff and patients safe.
According to the CDC, Ebola symptoms can include fever, muscle pain, vomiting and bleeding, and can appear as long as 21 days after exposure to the virus.
September 30th, 2014
Only in America, except we expect this sort of thing from the West Coast, but from North Carolina?
His direct quote: “The truly difficult work is looking deep within myself to recognize where my own reservoirs of whiteness reside and what value or burdens they present to me,”
But, the question becomes does this fellow's documented preoccupation with the melanin content within his skin cells make him a quasi-racist?
He obviously has too much time on his hands, but what did you expect from a Liberal politician?
Indeed, he should be ashamed of his cluelessness
Stick a fork in us....oh, and please ignore the ink color he used below...I'm just sayin' .......
By BOB UNRUH
A Democratic state lawmaker from North Carolina is raising eyebrows with comments indicating he’s ashamed of his own “whiteness.”
“Just when you thought Chapel Hill couldn’t get any kookier along comes THIS GUY,” wrote Brant Clifton of the Daily Haymaker blog in a column about lawmaker Graig Meyer.
Meyer, described on the blog as “um, ‘interesting,’” was quoted discussing “Whiteness, White Guilt, and um, ‘White Supremacy’” in “Courageous Conversations About Race” by Glenn E. Singleton.
Subtitled “A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools,” it includes Meyer’s comments.
“The truly difficult work is looking deep within myself to recognize where my own reservoirs of whiteness reside and what value or burdens they present to me,” the excerpt states. “Every time I review Peggy McIntosh’s inventory of white privilege I learn something more about myself, and – through attentiveness to my own experience – I think I could add a few more forms of racial privilege to her list.”
He continued: “Frequently, I find myself examining my blind spots when a colleague of color expresses very different feelings about some experience we shared. This is fairly painless when it simply requires hearing about how they read between the lines of a presentation or caught a racist remark that sailed over my head. When the dissonance in our experience was in some way the result of my whiteness, it’s a little more painful but also more revealing.
“My white guilt tends to creep up most when I’m forced to reflect on the power I wield. For instance, I will spend weeks mentally reviewing an incident when one of my staff members bears the brunt of my ignorance or proclivity for dominance.
I want them to trust me, I want them to like me, and I anger myself when I learn that I may have done something that makes it more difficult for them to do either. Perhaps even more important to our work are times when my power allows me to make decisions that negatively impact students of color.”