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Which should come as a surprise to no one, but do take the time and read the excellent post at Stop the ACLU.

Leave aside the quibbling over whether all of the allegations are bogus or not (some of them certainly are), the real question is this one: Since when did it become the business of an organization calling itself (fraudulently) the American Civil Liberties Union to protect the rights of terrorists to commit endless violations against the Geneva Conventions and murdering our troops as well as countless innocent men, women and children?

It is almost as if the real goal of the ACLU is to undermine the United States in any way they can and replace it with something else.

We know. What a horribly paranoid suggestion.

Next we’ll be accusing its founder of being a communist or something equally horrible.

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No further comment needed:

Thanks to Freedom’s Watch for having the nuts to say it as it is.

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(Via LC & IB Bill Quick)

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif., Aug. 29 — Last December, when the Marine Corps charged four infantrymen with killing Iraqi civilians in Haditha, Iraq, in 2005, the allegation was as dark as it was devastating: after a roadside bomb had killed their buddy, a group of marines rampaged through nearby homes, massacring 24 innocent people.

In Iraq and in the United States, the killings were viewed as cold-blooded vengeance.

Correction: Among terrorists in Iraq and their sympathizers in the Fifth Column Media and the Dem Cong (yes, Jack Murthafucker, I’m talking about you, among others), the killings were viewed as cold-blooded vengeance.

The rest of us were crazy enough to await the results of the investigation prior to getting the rope, gallows and blindfolds ready.

After a perfunctory military investigation, Haditha was brushed aside, but once the details were disclosed, the killings became an ugly symbol of a difficult, demoralizing war.

Actually, as the details become disclosed, the Stalinesque Show Trial became an ugly symbol of a baying pack of hyenas eager to paint our troops as bloodthirsty, savage beasts and the child-murdering terrorists they fight as poor, oppressed, misunderstood little babies “fighting” to liberate “their” country. How Syrians, Iranians, Somalis and Saudis are supposed to liberate their home countries by blowing up bazaars in Baghdad is anybody’s guess, not to mention that we’d like to know who it is that they’re allegedly liberating Syria, Iran, Somalia and Saudi Arabia from.

After a fuller investigation, the Marines promised to punish the guilty.

Come on, you whining, backstabbing Quisling, name one investigation, just ONE, in which the Marines haven’t promised to punish the guilty if they found any. That’s sort of the whole idea behind investigations, military and otherwise, you know. Find out if somebody did something wrong and is hence guilty of something, then give them a fair trial and punish them if found guilty.

But that’s not good enough for the al-Jazeera on the Hudson, is it? Oh no, you’ll determine who’s guilty ahead of the investigation (with a little help from the likes of Jack “Arnold” Murthafucker), then sentence them and demand that the sentence be carried out yesterday in order for “justice” to be served.

Give us more, O Emperor! »

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Submitted by LC Joe Dromedary A&IG/GWN:

House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) said Monday that a strongly positive report on progress on Iraq by Army Gen. David Petraeus likely would split Democrats in the House and impede his party’s efforts to press for a timetable to end the war.

We suppose we should stay his execution for long enough to give him credit for being honest, something that is rarer than hens’ teeth where Dhimmicrats are concerned.

Damn that General Petraeus, possibly putting a stick in the wheel of the DemCong Surrender Train by daring to go actually win a war for his nation! Doesn’t he know that there is one thing and one thing only that matters in this Universe, and that is to secure DemCong rule over the nation, even if it means that there isn’t a nation left to lord it over.

Try them, convict them and execute them for treason.

Or, if that’s too rough for you, let’s just cram them into container ships and send them off to whichever totalitarian dystopia they’re worshiping at the moment, because a free country has absolutely no use for them. Whatsoever. They’d probably fuck up the harvest if we used them as fertilizer.

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LC frollickingmole sends us this, and we have to wonder just why on Earth it hasn’t received more attention than it has. No, not from the MSMidiots, we all know why they’re not interested, but everybody else. Because if this is even remotely true, then something needs to be done, and it needs to be done yesterday!.

A New York Times best-selling author says members of the supposed “peace movement” delivered hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and supplies to terrorists engaged in a bloody street battle against United States Marines in Iraq.

The latest book by Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson (U.S. Air Force-Ret.) is called War Crimes: The Left’s Campaign to Destroy Our Military and Lose the War on Terror. In the book, he claims that two anti-war groups — “United for Peace & Justice” and “CODEPINK: Women for Peace” — literally gave aid and comfort to terrorists when they delivered $600,000 in cash and supplies they claim was humanitarian aid to civilians.

According to Patterson, Congressman Henry Waxman (D-California) facilitated the transaction for CODEPINK by signing a letter allowing them to get the cash and supplies into Fallujah.

Chew on that for a while, will you?

Now, I know full well that this is all that I have on the subject, but LTC Patterson (USAF Ret.) isn’t exactly what you’d call “just another angry Evil Right Wing Death Beast with an axe to grind” and, at any rate, I don’t much think that he’d be putting his ass on the line like this unless he had something to back it up with. To say that the consequences for him would be serious if it’s all made up would be the understatement of the year, given the seriousness of the charges.

Assuming for the moment, since that’s all one can responsibly do until some evidence is produced, that he’s got the goods and that his “i”s are dotted and his “t”s crossed, CODEPINK, in association with a U.S. Congressman, conspired to and succeeded in funding the terrorist scum that we’re at war with, the swine killing our servicemen and -women, and we all know that those cavedwelling apes don’t use their funds to buy apple pies and band aids with.

Do you have a relative or loved one over in the sand box right now? In that case, he or she may, at this very moment, be fired upon with weapons bought and paid for by CODEPINK, in association with Henry Waxman (D-al Qaeda).

At the very least this merits a full and thorough investigation and, if the individuals in question are found guilty, a series of hangings.

Because if that is not treason, then absolutely nothing IS.

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Let’s hope that the Breck Girl™ and HIS family are standing right next to the next Bumper Sticker™ that goes off, instead of innocent victims.

LONDON — Police thwarted an apparent terror attack early Friday after an ambulance crew reported seeing a smoking car parked near Piccadilly Circus that turned out to be packed with gasoline, nails, gas cylinders, and a detonator.

The explosives — safely defused by a bomb squad — were powerful enough to have caused “significant injury or loss of life” — possibly killing hundreds, British anti-terror police chief Peter Clarke said.

That’s some powerful Bumper Sticker™ there, Deadwards. How about you put one of those on your Carbon Neutral Limousine™? Also, while you’re at it, how about having The Chappaquiddick Swimmer™ be your chauffeur?

F.E.T.E.

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…a webhost is maintaining two OFFICIAL TALIBAN WEBSITES in spite of numerous notices that they’re in violation of U.S. law (at least until Jorge Arbusto and his drinking buddy Kennedy makes the Taliban and al-Qaeda eligible for Z-visa status as well).

You might want to let the company know how you feel about them aiding and comforting an enemy of the United States in a time of war (contact information included in the post linked to above).

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A HUGE Tip of the Hat to Sister LC Mrs. M-ITT™ for laying this golden egg in a comment !!!!

Fortunately the remnants of Tropical Storm Barry provided for re-animating the MurthaStein (you know the chain, platform and lightning gimmick) getting him front and center with none other than the vaunted ABC Klintoonite in residence, Gargle Spermanopolous for more of the ‘usual’ blame America for terrorists.

Murtha: U.S. in Iraq Inspired JFK Plot

Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., says homegrown terrorist plots like the alleged plan to bomb fuel pipelines at John F. Kennedy International Airport are provoked by the U.S. presence in Iraq.

Homegrown? As in the jihadi’s independently of their fellow splodeyating-sphincter mooselimb buddies, just happened to be playing sloppy-seconds with their pet goat and ‘tah-dahh’ a let’s blow up something really spectacular thought was ejaculated? And I also notice the plot was to destroy the Algonquin pipeline that among many, many other things with fuel besides JFK. Getting back to homegrown, I’m thinking I could grow at least a hectare of corn if we plant it in MurthaFucktheTroop’s facial folds.

“Absolutely,” Murtha told George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview on ABC News’ “This Week.” “Our presence in Iraq, our occupation of Iraq gives these people the inspiration.”

Actually, knowing that they can come up with a plan, fuck-up, get caught and still have traitorous bastards like you blame it all on the USA, gives them inspiration. Call it a Comm Check and you just responded “Loud and Clear”.

The congressman said the “Korean model” mentioned by White House officials this week for a long-term American presence in Iraq is “absolutely not realistic.”

You mean realistic like your “Korean Model Blow-Up Pleasure” doll there John? It’s pretty much a given, that as long as the middle-east is a hotbed of murderous wahhabists and splinter-group wannabes, some US military presence will be needed. Given a choice, I’ll take Iraq over one square inch under the House of Saud control, for a base of operations.

Instead, Murtha is “absolutely convinced the first step to stability in Iraq is redeployment.”

Ahh, like the broken record he is, Murtha returns to the surrender and run like hell redeployment over the horizon strategy. I know your masters are in charge, but that gambit didn’t turn out well enough back then to even bring to the floor now. Besides, what part of separation of powers don’t you understand? He’s still a poster-boy for Viagra, but W seems to be holding his own on the general strategy for the WoT.

Murtha, chairman of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, also called plans by the Army’s top officials in Iraq for 2008 troop reductions, as reported by ABC News this week, “not satisfactory.”

Army Gen. David Petraeus reportedly proposes a drop in troop levels from 150,000 to 130,000 by December 2008, with additional reductions in 2009. Lt Gen. Raymond Odierno proposes having an estimated 100,000 troops remaining in Iraq by the end of 2008.

Sounds pretty damn reasonable to me, considering the progress we’ve made. Sig 94 had a fine rundown over at his place last Friday (6-1) Entitled: Do You Know. Sorry I couldn’t get you the direct link to the article header, but scroll down. (Gotcha covered—B.) It has an excellent run-down on the positive progress to date in Iraq. I was honestly amazed.

“I’ve lost a lot of confidence in many of the military leaders, because they say what the White House wants them to say,” Murtha said.

When asked if Petraeus was included in his lack of confidence, Murtha added, “I’m waiting to see what he has to say. But I am absolutely convinced there has been this overly optimistic picture of what’s going on in Iraq, while the figures show the opposite.”

“We’ve got to do is what’s best for the American foreign policy, not what’s best for Iraq,” said Murtha, who said he is absolutely convinced that the U.S. troop surge in Iraq is not working.

We absolutely must have confidence in Code Pink to set foreign policy by implication, huh Jack? I’m not convinced you don’t routinely soil your Depends, deciding if you have to hit the loo or just fart. Why would anyone having a functioning neural synapse, look to you for an assessment of foreign policy or an assessment of the troop surge?

“We’re inspiring these al Qaeda to go after our troops, who are so vulnerable because they’re caught in this civil war between al Qaeda, between the Sunni and the Shia,” Murtha said.

Our troops are vulnerable because the sentient smegma in the MSM and their bastard children inside the beltway, have assured their operating ROEs are so restrictive that they can’t defend themselves unless they take casualties and get umpteen levels of “Mother, May I?” before returning fire.

Our best foreign policy would be to embed the entire congress with AQ-Iraq for a few months.

Rope.Tree.Congress. you know the drill.

*spit*

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LC & IB Sig 94, Imperial Peace Officer Extraordinaire™, hooks us into a veritable cornucopia of Good News™ that the Frothing Moonbats & Morons™ (aka The Seditious Supporters of Michael Moore-on’s Mutt-fucking Minutemen™) and their fellow Idiotarian Lamestream Midiots™ don’t want the plebes around the world to have access to.

Go read it. That’s an Imperial Edict™.

F.E.T.E.

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ABC, perhaps worried that the New York Slimes is getting ahead of them in the Aid and Comfort to the United States’ Enemies Sweepstakes™, up the ante by revealing yet another Administration plan to the Islamofascists (link thanks to LC jewells52):

The CIA has received secret presidential approval to mount a covert “black” operation to destabilize the Iranian government, current and former officials in the intelligence community tell the Blotter on ABCNews.com.

The sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the subject, say President Bush has signed a “nonlethal presidential finding” that puts into motion a CIA plan that reportedly includes a coordinated campaign of propaganda, disinformation and manipulation of Iran’s currency and international financial transactions.

“Because of the sensitive nature of the subject?”

More like, as LC & IB Bill Quick so eloquently puts it, because the “anonymous sources” know full well that they’re breaking a ream of federal laws by revealing classified information that will aid declared enemies of the United States in a time of war, something that used to be known as “treason” and “espionage”, and the Islamofascist sympathizers in the CIA don’t much feel like facing the consequences of that.

The ABC, of course, have no problem with that. But we already knew that they were on the other side, so that should come as absolutely no surprise at all.

Rope. Tree. Journalist.
Some Assembly Required.

Traitors and journos blindfolded and crying,
Loose-lipped officials in dank dungeons dying,
The bowels of a spy opening up as he swings,
These are a few of my favorite things.

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