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Iranian Weaponry Found In Theater

Iranian Weaponry Found In Theater

Sunday, April 29, 2007 2:04 PM

reid and his fellow dummies would have us not know this

Mahmudiyah, Iraq – A U.S. and Iraqi raid in a Mahmudiyah apartment complex detained eight suspected extremists and discovered three caches containing mortar systems, rockets and ammunition April 22.

June 2, 2007 Posted by | Iran, Leftinistra, Reid | Leave a comment

Fallon Tours The Field

Fallon Tours The Field

Sunday, April 29, 2007 2:01 PM

Checking things out:

JALALABAD AIRFIELD, Afghanistan – The new U.S. Central Command leader toured the Task Force Spartan area of responsibility in northeast Afghanistan during an informative visit conducted April 25.
“We have been entrusted with a great responsibility in this part of the world,” Fallon said when taking command of CENTCOM. “And despite the challenges, we have a lot going for us. The five branches serve so well around the world, around the clock. We have the support of the American people who want us to succeed.”

June 2, 2007 Posted by | CENTCOM | Leave a comment

AirPower Summaries

AirPower Summaries

Sunday, April 29, 2007 1:56 PM


April 26th

April 27th

June 2, 2007 Posted by | CENTCOM | Leave a comment

Jerks of the Leftinistra

Jerks of the Leftinistra

Sunday, April 29, 2007 3:40 AM

JUDAS PRIEST!!  Get a load of these Leftinistra morons, will yas?

As a friend of mine has said, “Why didn’t those dumb a**es think of that in the first place. Unbelievable…if this weren’t so serious it would be seriously funny. Where were these d***heads when God handed out brains? In recess? On vacation? What?”

I think the answer is “Rather” obvious.  The Leftinistra would “Rather” play political football at the expense of victory thus enabling the enemy.

As another one has stated, “The Democrats know they can’t get a Bill onto the President’s Desk without having exactly what needs to be in this bill for the President to sign it.”

True statement.  So, why wasn’t it done correctly in the first place?

As another one has stated (and I wonder who…LOL), ” What a bunch of morons and football bats!

The Leftinistra are more mixed up than a f**t in a fan factory and I would rather watch a truck rust than listen to their ignorant tripe.

The writing is on the wall.”

The Leftinistra should be ashamed of themselves,  the key word being “should”.

These responses were at an article at the Victory Caucus.

“Democratic leaders are turning to Republicans to help them pass a new Iraq war spending bill that President Bush won’t veto – unlike the one Congress will send him next week with a timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops.

Bush repeated his promise Friday to veto the war spending bill and any such measure with a pullout date, even as Democrats renewed their calls for the president to sign the $124.2 billion bill.

“If the Congress wants to test my will as to whether or not I’ll accept the timetable for withdrawal, I won’t accept one,” Bush declared.

At the same time, both sides were laying the groundwork for a high-stakes, post-veto negotiation. The president invited Democrats and Republicans to the White House next Wednesday to talk about it, and leaders in both parties said they would attend.”

Purely pathetic.

June 2, 2007 Posted by | Congress, GWOT, Leftinistra | Leave a comment



Sunday, April 29, 2007 3:00 AM

Hat-tip to Lew Waters for this GREAT article!!

The article can be viewed here and can be viewed as a web page and can be downloaded.  It is 22 pages in length in pdf format.

A teaser:


The least understood aspect of the ongoing war in Iraq is what caused America to invade the country in the first place. The Bush administration’s reasons for going to war are still subject to intense controversy. Popular explanations for the war, stressing America’s need for dominance or its desire for Iraq’s oil, are erroneous or secondary. This article argues that a careful reading of accounts of White House decision-making point to one overriding rationale: the war on terrorism. The single most important factor in the decision to go to war was the change in President Bush’s position towards Iraq after September 11. This convinced the administration that toppling Saddam Hussein was essential for three basic reasons: a military rationale of eliminating Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, based on the assumption that Saddam Hussein could pass his presumed WMD to terrorists; a psychological rationale of demonstrating American resolve and discrediting perceptions of American weakness; and most importantly an ideological rationale of transforming the political culture of the Middle East, beginning with a democratic regime in Baghdad to serve as a model for other Arab countries and Iran. The specific nature of these factors reinforces the uniqueness of the Iraq war. It is highly unlikely that the US will undertake similar action against other foes such as Iran, North Korea or Syria in the foreseeable future.

I have read this article and it is well written with good credentials and sources.

June 2, 2007 Posted by | GWOT | Leave a comment



Saturday, April 28, 2007 2:24 AM

There is a NEW show coming out sponsored by World Net Daily!!!

This is TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO funny…in a real odd way.

The new show?  Glad you asked.


Producers of the pop culture phenomenon “American Idol” know that they need good edgy human drama (alternating between personal achievement and total abject humiliation) to attract the tens of millions of viewers who tune in to the Fox TV show each week.

Apparently, those in the “Blame America First” crowd believe that they, too, must provide fresh, new material every week in their efforts to undermine the war on terrorism.

They’re not just advocating surrender in Iraq. They’re ready to run from the frontlines in Afghanistan waving a white flag. And don’t even mention the threat from Iran – to the appeasement crowd, the British response to their sailors being taken hostage by the Iranians was too harsh. You’ll recall the British response was to do absolutely nothing except possibly instigate the release of a top Iranian terror agent in Iraq.

Forget “American Idol”; each week we could put together an episode of “Terrorist Idol,” showcasing the most insipid examples of the defeat-retreat-surrender antics from the apologists on the Left who believe we should only fight terrorism with appeasement and contrition.

Now, I present to you the contestants for the first-week pilot.

Contestant 1: Harry Reid performing ‘Born to Run

The debut week of “Terrorist Idol” would certainly have to feature the Democrat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who led the push to cut off funding of U.S. troops fighting al-Qaida and their aligned terrorist allies in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

With over 100,000 U.S. troops currently serving in harm’s way, Reid not only orchestrated the move to cut off funding for our troops, but he announced to America’s enemies that they had won.

Reid told the American people last Thursday, “I believe … that this war is lost.”

It would be fitting for Sen. Reid to perform Bruce Springsteen’s “Born to Run” for the first week of “Terrorist Idol,” lamenting the struggles faced in Baghdad:

Baby, this town rips the bones from your back
Its a death trap, its a suicide rap
We gotta get out while were young
`cause tramps like us, baby, we were born to run

Go to World Net Daily and see who the other two contestants are…it is a riot!!!!

June 2, 2007 Posted by | GWOT, Leftinistra, Reid | 1 Comment

Mudville Gazette

Mudville Gazette

Saturday, April 28, 2007 2:05 AM

Greyhawk has a fantastic run down on General Petraeus and his meeting(s) with CONgress.  You know.  The General reid the mental midget called a liar?

What He Said (hat tip to yankeemom)

June 2, 2007 Posted by | GWOT, Petraeus | Leave a comment

Terrorists In Saudi Arabia?

Terrorists In Saudi Arabia?

Friday, April 27, 2007 11:08 AM

SAY IT AIN’T SO!!  172 arrests were made and major weapons caches were confiscated.  And a lot of US dollars were also confiscated.

Why Is This A Big Deal?

“…These militants had been “sent to other countries to study flying in preparation for using them to carry out terrorist attacks inside the kingdom,” the statement said...”

That’s one reason.

“…The militants planned to carry out suicide attacks against “public figures, oil facilities, refineries … and military zones.” The statement said some of the military targets were outside the kingdom, but it did not elaborate…”

That’s another reason.

“…The Al Qaeda terror group, whose leader Usama bin Laden is a Saudi, has called for attacks on the kingdom’s oil facilities as a means of crippling both the kingdom’s economy and the hurting the West, whom he accuses of paying too little for Arab oil...”

That’s another reason.

More news to follow as it trickles in.

June 2, 2007 Posted by | GWOT | Leave a comment



Friday, April 27, 2007 10:00 AM


Airpower Summary April 25

SOUTHWEST ASIA — Coalition airpower supported Coalition ground forces in Iraq and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan in the following operations April 25, according to Combined Air and Space Operations Center officials here.

June 2, 2007 Posted by | CENTCOM | Leave a comment



Friday, April 27, 2007 9:58 AM

No Skin Off My Nose

BAGHDAD, Iraq – A security detainee died April 26 at Camp Bucca, Iraq from injuries sustained by an apparent assault by other detainees.

The detainee was pronounced dead at 9:54 a.m. April 26 by an attending physician at Camp Bucca’s medical facility. An investigation is pending to determine the cause of death, a standard procedure for detainees who die while in custody of the Multi-National Force-Iraq (MNF-I).

The family will receive the remains upon completion of the investigation into his death, in accordance with standard procedure.

More than 19,000 detainees are held in two MNF-I Theater Internment Facilities (TIFs) in Iraq. In the past year, six detainees have died in MNF-I TIFs as a result of detainee on detainee violence.

June 2, 2007 Posted by | CENTCOM | Leave a comment

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