Obama & Satan: a losing team.

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Take that B!+@h!

Too good not to share.

The cockles of my heart are so nice and warm right now.

Thanks to Creative Minority Report.

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Whittle on Breitbart

Seems like there’s a message in here for all of us.  What say you?

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Islam: Canine or Porcine?

Islam is not, and never has been a religion.  It is a political system.  It bears a slight resemblance to Liberation Theology, but without the theology part.  It was designed to give men unrestricted sex (without regard to gender or specie), and to subjugate women and children.  Watch this video and tell me how you disagree.

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A love story.

All the elements are here.  A mom.  Her baby.  And a 12 gauge.  Will someone get me a tissue?

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From conception to birth in 10 minutes.

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Visit Scenic Fresno.

So many sights.  So little time.


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Airport Security as it should be.

Israeli style . . .

TEL AVIV, Israel — the Israelis are developing an airport security device that eliminates the privacy concerns that come with full-body scanners. It’s an armoured booth you step into that will not X-ray you, but will detonate any explosive device you may have on your person.

Israel sees this as a win-win situation for everyone, with none of this crap about racial profiling. It will also eliminate the costs of long and expensive trials.

You’re in the airport terminal and you hear a muffled explosion. Shortly thereafter, an announcement: “Attention to all standby passengers, El Al is proud to announce a seat available on flight 670 to London. Shalom!”

H/T D. Bachert

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Some good news; some bad news.

The good news:  I always wanted an armored truck with a rotating turret.  The bad news: there’s one in my front yard right now.

Thousands of other local police departments nationwide have been amassing stockpiles of military-style equipment in the name of homeland security, aided by more than $34 billion in federal grants since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, a Daily Beast investigation conducted by the Center for Investigative Reporting has found.  The buying spree has transformed local police departments into small, army-like forces, and put intimidating equipment into the hands of civilian officers. And that is raising questions about whether the strategy has gone too far, creating a culture and capability that jeopardizes public safety and civil rights while creating an expensive false sense of security.

“The argument for up-armoring is always based on the least likely of terrorist scenarios,” says Mark Randol, a former terrorism expert at the Congressional Research Service, the nonpartisan research arm of Congress. “Anyone can get a gun and shoot up stuff. No amount of SWAT equipment can stop that.”

Read the rest of the Daily Beast article here.

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A little Christmas cheer.

Abortionist sings “I’m in the jailhouse now.

An Atlanta television station shares the nice news about someone who’s been very, very naughty.

A metro-area abortion doctor and his office manager are under arrest, accused of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in fraudulent Medicaid payments.

A spokesperson for Georgia’s Attorney General says Dr. Tyrone Malloy and office manager CathyAnn Warner took more than $380,000 in payments for ultrasounds that were never done, and elective abortions that were prohibited from use of Medicaid funds. The Attorney General’s spokesman says that is only allowed when the mother’s life is in danger, or in cases of rape or incest.

Malloy owns and operates the Old National Gynecology office in College Park, but received the Medicaid payments at his DeKalb County office on Rainbow Drive. A tip from Georgia’s Department of Community Health, which oversees the Medicaid program, launched the investigation.

Channel 2 investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer knocked on the abortion clinic’s locked doors on Monday. No one answered, but the camera captured people peering through the office blinds several times. About an hour later, a string of cars, presumed to be driven by employees, abruptly left, stopping briefly to lock the gate behind them.

A DeKalb County grand jury indicted Malloy and Warner for two counts each of Medicaid Fraud. The charges carry up to ten years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

Malloy was arrested and bonded out of jail last week. Deputies picked up Warner late Monday afternoon.

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