Obama pays respects to Saudis, defends ties to kingdom

Obama pays respects to Saudis, defends ties to kingdom

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — In a show of solidarity with Saudi Arabia, President Barack Obama led a parade of American dignitaries to the ultraconservative desert kingdom Tuesday to pay respects after King Abdullah’s death and take measure of the new monarch. SOURCE

Of course Barack Hussein Obama defends his ties to the Saudi kingdom, while not a Saudi himself Obama is, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the most ardent supporter of Islam this nation has ever seen and is believed by many, despite his denials, to actually be a Muslim himself, and we suffer under his presidency.

“When it comes to the Saudi-American relationship, the White House should be called the ‘White Tent.'” – Mohammed Al-Khilewi, a Saudi diplomat who defected to the United States. SOURCE

That particular quote was made during the administration of George W. Bush, it was true then and it continues to be true today.

Many people contend that Islam, the Muslims, are a religion of peace but the following passages from the Quran don’t seem so peaceful to me.

● Do not hanker for peace with the infidels; behead them when you catch them (47:4)● The unbelievers are stupid; urge the Muslims to fight them (8:65)
● Muslims must not take the infidels as friends (3:28)
● Terrorize and behead those who believe in scriptures other than the Qur’an (8:12)
● Muslims must muster all weapons to terrorize the infidels (8:60)
● Slay the unbelievers wherever you find them (2:191)
● Make war on the infidels living in your neighborhood (9:123)
● When opportunity arises, kill the infidels wherever you catch them (9:5)
● Kill the Jews and the Christians if they do not convert to Islam or refuse to pay Jizya tax (9:29)
● Any religion other than Islam is not acceptable (3:85)
● The Jews and the Christians are perverts; fight them (9:30)
● Maim and crucify the infidels if they criticize Islam. (5:33)
● The infidels are unclean; do not let them into a mosque (9:28)
● Punish the unbelievers with garments of fire, hooked iron rods, boiling water; melt their skin and bellies (22:19)

The Quran teaches HATRED of non-Muslims. Saudi Arabia is the closest friend Barack Hussein Obama has in the entire world. The Saudis are Muslims, practicing the religion of Islam, an ancient and evil cult of hate, rape, death and destruction.

Does anyone doubt me when I post stories about Obama and his absolute reluctance to call his Muslim brothers “terrorists”? 

Can you deny the FACT that the Obama administration didn’t send so much as a low level State Department official to Paris to stand for the USA? Can you ignore the FACT that Barack Hussein Obama personally flew to Saudi Arabia to show his sympathy for the death of the Saudi King and to reaffirm his allegiance to the new Saudi King?  Continue reading

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The Early 2016 List — Yes, No and Maybe

Election 2016The Early 2016 List — Yes, No and Maybe

When the Presidential election rolls around and we start looking at the candidates and hoping we can find one that has what it takes to bring America back to the way it was under Ronald Reagan, I like to take an individual look at the folks thought to be in the know as potential Presidential candidates. So, in no particular order; here goes, these are the ones we have so far and the opinions I express are strictly that, MY opinions.

Sen. Ted Cruz – A Conservative that has nearly every member of the GOP establishment in a sweaty and nervous, almost *tantrum* mode. When Ted Cruz arrived on the scene in D.C. I honestly knew little about the man. Cruz served as Solicitor General of Texas from 2003 to May 2008 and I honestly wasn’t at all sure how I felt about him. Of course I voted for him in the Senate race because there was no real alternative, but now that he’s in D.C. and driving the GOP’s Good Old Boy network totally crazy, I am watching him closely, and like what I see so far.

Gov. Sarah Palin – I am NOT a fan of Palin’s; I do NOT believe she would be a good, or even an average President. Palin is invaluable to the Conservative movement, she is one of the best, if not THE best cheerleaders the GOP could have and would, in my opinion, be an outstanding leader for the RNC. God knows she would be a lot more forceful than Reince Priebus.

Gov. Mike Huckabee – Plays a pretty good guitar.

Gov. Chris Christie – An anti-gun upper East Coast RINO that has NO business seeing the inside of the White House on anything other than a visitors pass.

Gov. Rick Perry – Perry spent 17 years as Governor of Texas and he did a really good job for the state. Texas is very secure and financially solvent, Perry handed Greg Abbott an office that will be much easier to run because of the Perry legacy. Can Rick Perry overcome the gaffs from the last try for the nomination for POTUS? I don’t really know to be honest with you. Rick Perry is a lot more substantial than he appears but the Texas accent, they say he has an accent, I never heard it, but supposedly his accent, his manner of speaking and his last outing in 2012 may turn off a lot of non-Texans.

Gov. Scott Walker – Walker must be doing something right, Wisconsin has kept him in office for a long time now, and in more than one office. From what I have read so far, Walker is not an altogether bad candidate.

Sen. Rick Santorum – Santorum is one of those guys that leaves me cold. He got beat out in 2012 by Mitt Romney for crying out loud. I don’t see anything glaringly wrong with him but I don’t see anything that screams *GOOD POTUS* to me either.

Dr. Ben Carson – Carson is a very well educated man in many areas and a total DUMBASS where our Second Amendment rights and anything to do with guns is concerned. For me that equates to HELL NO!  Continue reading

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New 2016 Presidential Straw Poll Results are in: the GOP Establishment Won’t be Happy About it

New 2016 Presidential Straw Poll Results are in: the GOP Establishment Won’t be Happy About it

Tea-Party-MovementWhile the leftstream media, the GOP establishment, and the RINO political consultant class are busy pushing the narrative that squishy moderates like Bob Dole, John McCain, Mitt Romney, and now Jeb Bush are the most “electable,” a new 2016 presidential straw poll shows that the grassroots, as they did in the Reagan years, have a completely different preference. SOURCE

Tell me once more GOP leaders; what was that you guys said about how insignificant Ted Cruz and those that support him are?

It makes me seriously HAPPY if the GOP establishment is  unhappy, you see; the GOP establishment is a major part of the problem here and with a bit of luck Conservatives won’t be denigrated and disregarded again.

Wacko birds? Wasn’t that what they were called by your esteemed colleague, Sen. John McCain, about the time you guys decided that the TEA Party was going to be *co-opted* by the GOP if they should actually WIN seat in the House and Senate?

You guys claim you’re all for bipartisanship. I guess that entails kissing Barack Hussein Obama’s ass just because you can and kissing John Boehner’s ass to get and/or keep those positions on committees and chairmanships that apparently mean more to you than the will of The People.

You fight REAL Conservatives. You run the weakest candidates imaginable, fight the desirable and truly Conservative candidates and then stand there scratching your head wondering how the Dems won the White House TWICE with a moron like Obama.

The TEA Party was a wonderful idea in its original inception, and on a national basis it may still be, but locally one TEA Party group was indeed co-opted by the GOP while the TEA Party the MY town was run by *The Little Old Ladies*, the ones that could turn on the tears at the drop of a hat and weren’t going to have ANY such nonsense as leadership get in the way of their time away from *The Home*. 

After the local TEA Party was taken over by a bunch of rabid scum, Ron Paul supporters, Conservatives, real ones, walked away and eventually, with no other viable option, they supported GOP candidates, hoping against hope that their words were truth and yeah, getting the same old song and dance once again, you know the one; I’m going to do what you want me to do, I am going to fulfill the will of The People.

As soon as these RINOs were elected ALL bets were OFF and the promises became lies.

Reince Priebus is still the head of the RNC, Mitch McConnell is the Senate majority leader, John Boehner was reelected as Speaker of the House and the GOP, as a whole, is nothing more than *Dem Lite*. 

I may be wrong but isn’t that bunch of RINO weaklings the same RINO weaklings that ran the GOP in the last election, basically costing the GOP the last 2 presidential elections? 

Considerably back in the field were Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, Ben Carson, Rick Perry, and Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican loser, all in the 5-6% range.

Pro-Common Core and Pro-Amnesty Jeb Bush received less than three percent, while Marco Rubio, perhaps still hurt by his earlier soft immigration position, received less than two percent.

Ted Cruz 1Ted Cruz may not be the perfect candidate, if such truly exists but at this time, to the best of my knowledge, Cruz hasn’t lied to We, The People, he’s raised all manners of hell and stirred a great deal of hate and discontent, and that was just with the GOP.

The TEA Party may not be the ideal situation and the GOP may indeed be too strong to take on with the small numbers the TEA Party claim as members, or it could simply be a case of Americans being too damned lazy to actually get involved. Continue reading

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