Archive for the 'Bin Laden/GWOT' Category

May 06 2011

Obama White House Still In Over Their Head

John Hinderaker at Powerline wrote the post I was going to write this morning, about how team Obama took a smashing military success and turned it into a political mess: First we had John Brennan spinning a tale about bin Laden blazing away at the SEALs while using his wife–now deceased–as a human shield. Every […]

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May 04 2011

Was Obama Forced Into Action On Osama Bin Laden?

Major Updates Below! On Monday, the first full news day after the announcement we had brought Osama Bin Laden to justice, I noted an enormous inconsistency in one aspect of the story leading up to the raid on Bin Laden’s compound: Nothing wrong with a bit of caution here, don’t want to destroy an innocent […]

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May 02 2011

How Clean Is Pakistan On Bin Laden?

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In my usual glass-half-full nature (and the rule everyone is innocent until proven guilty) my title is more optimistic than I feel. Two reports bear serious consideration. First up, from the New Yorker: The city is most notable for housing the Pakistan Military Academy, the Pakistani Army’s premier training college, equivalent to West Point. Looking […]

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May 02 2011

You Can Hit Us & Knock Us Down, But We Will Kick Your Ass!

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As the proud father of United States Marine Corporal, I can only imagine what his base must have been like last night with the news on Osama Bin Laden. I can only hope it was a lot like what transpired at the US Naval Academy! Update from LJStrata – link went away so here’s another […]

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May 02 2011

The 4 Year Hunt For Bin Laden – With Apparent Revisionism

Updates Below Confirming My Suspicions Finally, the story behind the hunt for Bin Laden begins to come clear – with some surprising twists and turns. It begins in GITMO, many years ago and probably involves extreme interrogation (e.g., water boarding, discomfort, etc): Some time after Sept. 11, detainees held by the U.S. told interrogators about […]

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May 01 2011


Final Update: Watched the President’s speech and I give it B-. It was rambling and sappy at times. It lost focus as the success of tonight was diluted with grand talk of equality. It was so syrupy in places I almost felt sorry for the teleprompter. And when the President wandered into the “I” did […]

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Mar 30 2011

Emperor Obama’s Libyan Failure – Mission Accomplished!

We should declare victory and leave the Libyan mess to the French. We stopped the massacre of Benghazi from occuring – Mission Accomplished! (at least according to Emperor Obama’s speech to his subjects this week). Per the UN resolutions and all the false PR, we are done. And a good thing too, because Col Qaddafi […]

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Mar 28 2011

Emperor Obama’s Flowery Words Present Path To Certain Failure

One of the reasons a lot of us supported President Bush in Iraq was he took the time and political capitol to garner UN and Congressional resolutions in support of the Iraqi front in the War on Terror. By doing so, he demonstrated beyond a doubt the moral righteousness of his actions, because he won […]

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Mar 27 2011

Lefties Making Headlines Across The Globe

Everywhere you look today, a day of supposed rest and peaceful reflection, the liberals, progressives and other forms of immature and unprofessional failures have been making headlines with their inherent incompetence shining through. First off, many of those living off the public dole are upset that the public does not have any dole left to […]

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Mar 26 2011

Commander Moron

So it turns out we are fighting ALONG SIDE our mortal enemies al Qaeda in Libya: Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, the Libyan rebel leader, has said jihadists who fought against allied troops in Iraq are on the front lines of the battle against Muammar Gaddafi’s regime. Who the hell are running things in the White House? Is […]

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