Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Let's see if Barack answers? The correct answers are, of course, Yes! and Yes!

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[I plan on voting for John McCain for President despite his intention to address and legitimize the hate group, La Raza] Cross-posted at [url=http://www.hinzsightreport.com/2008/05/they-were-all-social-conservatives-not.html]The HinzSight Report[/url] I was inspired to write this blog by [url=http://www.redstate.com/blogs/e_pluribus_unum/2008/may/07/what_fredheads_want_offering_the_olive_branch#comment-745085]Doc Holliday's comment[/url] in EPU's excellent [url=http://www.redstate.com/blogs/e_pluribus_unum/2008/may/07/what_fredheads_want_offering_the_olive_branch]What Fredheads want[/url] - offering the Olive Branch (I would say that one olive I wish were on the branch were the olive of McCain not pandering to Latino hate groups, but I digress), where Doc says:

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Ask Barack Obama a question. Tell your friends about CanWeAsk.com

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From [url=http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1209627040670&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull]JPost[/url] [quote]Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday that the state of Israel is a "stinking corpse" that is destined to disappear, the French news agency AFP reported. "Those who think they can revive the stinking corpse of the usurping and fake Israeli regime by throwing a birthday party are seriously mistaken," the official IRNA news agency quoted Ahmadinejad as having said.

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Michael Barone's column today tackles Douglas Feith's new book War and Decision
There's still much to be learned about our decisions, good and bad, in Iraq. But Feith's book is a step forward, as were those of Sherwood and Churchill 60 years ago.

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From The Press Association
The leader of al Qaida in Iraq, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, has been arrested in the northern city of Mosul, an Iraqi Defence Ministry spokesman has said.

Spokesman Mohammed al-Askari said the arrest of al-Masri, also known as Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, was confirmed to him by the Iraqi commander of the province.

There was no immediate confirmation or comment from US forces on the arrest.

Mr Al-Askari did not say when the al Qaida leader was arrested.

News of the arrest was also reported by Iraqi state television.

Some good news for our side!

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House passes broad housing rescue despite veto threat

The House has passed a housing aid plan to provide $300 billion in refinanced mortgages for struggling homeowners. President Bush says he'll veto the bill. It passed 266-154 with support from 39 Republicans. The measure would let debt-ridden homeowners refinance into fixed-rate, government-backed mortgages they could afford. Congressional analysts say it could help as many as 500,000 borrowers and cost $2.7 billion over the next five years. The White House calls it a burdensome bailout that would open taxpayers to inappropriate risk and reward those who helped cause the housing crisis.

Rep. Tom Feeney (R-FL) took to the floor and gave an eloquent speech in opposition to the Democrats' mortgage bailout bills that would expose innocent taxpayers to over $300 billion worth of risk in order to bail out speculators and those who participated in mortgage fraud.

Well said Congressman!

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No matter what your view of this particular case is there simply is no arguing that the so-called war on drugs is one of the biggest abominations this countries has ever endeavored. Although the drug war, I'm sure, was begun with the best of intentions -- it has seen very little (if any) return on our investment and has incarcerated people who simply do not deserve to be imprisoned.

Below is the video from Reason.tv entitled "Mississippi Drug War Blues"