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Maybe the Koch brothers forced him to say this. It's an admission from a terrorist. But as Barrack says, "let's not jump to conclusions."
Nidal Hasan, Fort Hood Shooting Suspect, Says He Was Protecting Taliban
Government documents show that in the years before the shooting, Hasan told some colleagues that the U.S. was at war with Islam. In some emails to a radical Muslim cleric, Hasan indicated that he supported terrorists and was intrigued with the idea of U.S. soldiers killing comrades in the name of Islam.
Documents like Hasan's powerpoint lecture on Jihad.
Now I get it: paulejb uses a hand out to yank the crank while he types with his right.
And here I thought a handout was just paulejb's other poisonality!
So, how's that GOP outreach to minorities going?
Dallas Tea Party leader Ken Emanuelson: The Republican Party doesn't want want black people to vote.
Ah. Carry on, then.
Oh, wait. Emanuelson: I didn't mean the words that came out of my mouth!
Obama makes sure that Hasan gets his message out. Meanwhile he denies benefits to the victims of Islamic terrorism. Hasan admits that he was commiting an act of war.
Obama want to try these terrorists and give them a platform for them to spew their hatred. Who's side is Barry on? Don't answer; it's a rhetorical question. His actions have already shown whose side he's on.
Just a reminder for my low information liberal friends.
"ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT EXHIBITED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN THE NAME OF ITSELF AND OF ALL OF THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AGAINST RICHARD M. NIXON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, IN MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT OF ITS IMPEACHMENT AGAINST HIM FOR HIGH CRIMES AND MISDEMEANOURS."
- "He has, acting personally and through his subordinates and agents, endeavoured to obtain from the Internal Revenue Service, in violation of the constitutional rights of citizens, confidential information contained in income tax returns for purposed not authorized by law, and to cause, in violation of the constitutional rights of citizens, income tax audits or other income tax investigations to be intitiated or conducted in a discriminatory manner." (Emphasis mine)
Have a good night, people.
Witnesses put a human face on Obama's abuse of the IRS. It was real people being targeted by Obama's IRS goon squads.
Democrats fake outrage at the IRS scandal. They were behind it:
So lost amid the hubbub surrounding the news that the IRS engaged in McCarthyite tactics to target specific political groups, and their subsequent apology for those tactics, has been the fact that the lobbying campaign from Senate Democrats actually worked.
From Max Baucus to Chuck Schumer to Jeanne Shaheen, key Senate Democrats publicly pressured the IRS to target groups that held differing political views and who, in their view, had the temerity to engage in the political process. The IRS listened to them and acted. And other Democrat senators like Kay Hagan and Mark Pryor said and did nothing about it.
I think ahandout is envious of men with missions in life ::
@ahandout Or maybe you are just a scared old fool with no concept of how many crazy people are currently serving in our military. I'll give you a hint we really scraped the bottom to support two ground wars in Asia.
@fitty_three Over the years, our trolls have used various sock puppets to "bolster" their arguments. No reason they should stop now...
I'm sure it was just a slip of the tongue.
@ahandout You idiot. Hasan is protected by the Military Code of Conduct. We have covered this multiple times and yet you are still here lying about it yet again. And if think Obama is on the side of the Terrorists you really have no clue how ,many of them he is killing with drones.
@sacredh There is just not enough popcorn in the world.
Seriously, I am no fan of Chris Christie, but these guys could take a clue from him. Try at least to look like you're doing something for the greater good. Try at least to look like you're not stone crazy and mud stupid. Try at least to look like you want rational people to vote for you.
Or keep doing what you're doing, keep insulting and marginalizing the guy who at least looks like he knows what rationality looks like, and watch national relevance keep slipping further and further away.
@paulejb Thanks for the reminder. So when will we be impeaching GWB and all those GOP politicians who aided him in his crimes in 2004. Many of those GOP Politicians are still in office by the way.
@paulejb Shouldn't they have used real actual humans as opposed to Koch Puppets?
@ahandout Here's hint. If you engage in the political process then you probably DON"T qualify for tax exempt status. No one targeted didn't deserve it.
@ahandout So its the Senate's fault now? But I thought Obama was the evil master mind?
@mantisdragon91 @ahandout Since when does the Military Code of Conduct allow a radical Islamist to put on lectures about Jihad, wear a beard, and commit an act of terror while Obama calls it "work place violence" and screws the injured and dead soldiers out of compensation.
If this piece of dog crap acts as his own attorney, he can directly question those soldiers that he maimed. Won't that be fun?
How many detainees are in Gitmo? You want to give each of them a platform for Jihad? I don't.
They're not even pretending to care about the country anymore. The Tea Party may be the best thing that's happened to the democratic party since Bill Clinton. Instead of just killing themselves, they're taking it to another level and hiding their own bodies. Other than actual Tea Party members, does anybody even bother to think something other than "lunatics" when they see the TP name? I love those guys.
Really? Than why did the IRS stage a phony apology, Dirks."IRS Commissioner: Yeah, we staged that Lerner apology"
There must be an echo chamber in there. But dumb is dumb:
He went straightaway to the unconstitutional stuff instead of asking why.
Then again, some of the highest paid black republicans would have leapt into the gaping moral chasm to say something insane thereby reassuring him he's really not a racist.
After all, that's the only reason black Americans are even allowed to be anything other than scenery in the new, purer GOP.
@mantisdragon91 Can I get a GPS to guide through this so I can make some sense of what you posted.
WTF? You're losing it mantis. Your obsession with sources of information is eyeopening. Pick another website with Hasan's powerpoint. Who cares?
My my and it seems you may be owned by the Israelis. My friends in the Mossad will laugh at that.
The JIDF or Jewish Internet Defence Force is an unofficial online advocacy/hacktivism group for the state of Israel, purportedly dedicated to opposing jihadism and antisemitism on the Web, but more accurately opposing Islam itself. The JIDF opposes all mosques. They castigate as hypocrites the opponents of the mosque near Ground Zero, on the grounds that mosques should be opposed everywhere, not just in Manhattan.
The JIDF's inflammatory attacks on Islam include "we are against ALL mosques, as they are tributes to the genocidal pedophile false prophet (idol), Muhammad, who was a murderer of Jews." They also condemned an imam for antisemitism for saying that Jews are "the scum of the human race, the rats of the world, the violators of pacts and agreements, the murderers of the prophets." The disconnect does not appear to register: their attacks on demeaning rhetoric are interspersed with demeaning rhetoric.
Advocacy for the group frequently takes the form of tattling violations of Terms of Service on various websites to remove antisemitic comments or sites, or drawing attention to the removal of pro-Israel comments or sites. Recently, the JIDF claimed credit for "taking control" of an anti-Israel page ("Israel is not a country, de-list it!") on Facebook and removing its members. 
@mantisdragon91 Geesus mantis, you're a dope.
Nidal Hasan's PowerPoint presentation about Islam, Muslims, and the military. Note the copious quoting of the Koran; the explanation of the doctrine of abrogation (citing Koran 2:106 and 16:101), which usuallyIslamic apologists in the West dismiss as an invention of "Islamophobes"; and the explanations of defensive and offensive jihad.
Islamic spokesmen in the U.S., if anyone asks them to comment on this at all, will dismiss it as an "extremist" interpretation of Islam and claim that no Muslims in the U.S., not one, believe in this understanding of Islam. But I guarantee you that none of the, not one, will offer a specific alternative explanation of the verses he cites, or of his doctrine of jihad, or of his understanding of Islam.
Nadal was lecturing about Jihad, but political correctness prevented his removal from the army.
Examiner.com is a multiuser blogging site that presents itself as a news site. Don't be fooled.
Examiner.com pays its writers based (among other things) on pageviews. As a result, a lot of Examiner material tends to be sensationalistic to attract attention — positive or negative doesn't matter, it's all clicks — and you will see enthusiastic Examiner bloggers linkspamming furiously on other sites, often touting their work as "media coverage" (and themselves as "journalists" or "the press") rather than just a blog post they themselves wrote.
Cranks and those with really bad critical thinking skills will link Examiner articles as if they're edited journalism rather than just some guy blogging. If you use an Examiner page as a reference for anything whatsoever, treat it with great caution. Not all Examiners are rubbish, but it's the way to bet.
The domain name used to be owned by proper (if free and local) newspaper the San Francisco Examiner, which now uses sfexaminer.com. It's not clear what they were thinking giving it up.
The Examiner runs print tabloid editions in several major cities, including Washington, D.C. Virtually all are freely distributed at mass transit stops and tend to run a local news or sports story as the main headline in an attempt to lure readers. The unlucky winners are bombarded with right-wing-biased news articles and an editorial section which runs the full spectrum from moderate right to far right.
Wait until the get the bill for Obamacare and the deficit.