Wednesday, May 22, 2013

More from the so-called religion of peace and love...bast*rds all...

THURSDAY
Hi, I just beheaded
a British Soldier.  


Can you guess my religion? If you watch this short video I'll tell you! 
HINT # 1
I'm NOT a F***ing Jew or Christian
HINT # 2
Because of what I just did, I get to F**k
72 virgins in heaven with Allah watching
HINT # 3
It's ISLAM, Stupid
Pretty rough language huh?
Well, so is cutting off an innocent guy's head
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Gen Paul Vallely - Lois Lerner - Muslim Beheading
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HasanBeard.jpgFort Hood jihad mass murderer has been paid $278,000 while awaiting trial

From Jihad Watch /Posted by Robert Spencer


"Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued." -- Qur'an 9:29 

As British jihadist Anjem Choudary said: "The normal situation is to take money from the kuffar. You work, give us the money, Allahu akbar."

"Accused Fort Hood Shooter Paid $278,000 While Awaiting Trial," by Scott Friedman for NBCDFW.com, May 21 (thanks to Pamela Geller):
The Department of Defense confirms to NBC 5 Investigates that accused Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Hasan has been paid more than $278,000 since the Nov. 5, 2009 shooting that left 13 dead 32 injured. 
The Department of Defense confirms to NBC 5 Investigates that accused Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Hasan has been paid more than $278,000 since the Nov. 5, 2009 shooting that left 13 dead 32 injured.
The Department of Defense confirms to NBC 5 Investigates that accused Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Hasan has now been paid more than $278,000 since the Nov. 5, 2009 shooting that left 13 dead 32 injured. The Army said under the Military Code of Justice, Hasan’s salary cannot be suspended unless he is proven guilty.
If Hasan had been a civilian defense department employee, NBC 5 Investigates has learned, the Army could have suspended his pay after just seven days.
Personnel rules for most civilian government workers allow for "indefinite suspensions" in cases "when the agency has reasonable cause to believe that the employee has committed a crime for which a sentence of imprisonment may be imposed."
Meanwhile, more than three years later soldiers wounded in the mass shooting are fighting to receive the same pay and medical benefits given to those wounded in combat.
Retired Army Spc. Logan Burnett, a reservist who, in 2009, was soon to be deployed to Iraq, was shot three times when a gunman opened fire inside the Army Deployment Center.
“I honestly thought I was going to die in that building,” said Burnett. “Just blood everywhere and then the thought of -- that's my blood everywhere.”
Burnett nearly died. He's had more than a dozen surgeries since the shooting, and says post-traumatic stress still keeps him up at night.
Burnett is now fighting a new battle; only this one is against the U.S. Army.
The Army has not classified the wounds of the Ft. Hood victims as “combat related” and declines to label the shooting a “terrorist attack”, [sic]
The “combat related” designation is an important one, for without it Burnett and other shooting victims are not given combat-related pay, they are not eligible for Purple Heart retirement or medical benefits given to other soldiers wounded either at war or during the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon.
As a result, Burnett, his wife Torey, and the families of other Fort Hood victims miss out on thousands of dollars of potential benefits and pay every year.
To Burnett the shooting felt like combat.
“You take three rounds and lose five good friends and watch seven other people get killed in front of you. Do you have another term that we can classify that as?” asked Burnett.
The Army has categorized the shooting as a case of “workplace violence.”
“Sickens me. Absolutely sickens me. Workplace violence? I don't even know if I have the words to say,” said Burnett....

Media Won’t Let Benghazi Become Watergate

Douglas MacKinnon / Townhall columnist
 

There are at the moment a number of exaggerated, even breathless comparisons between President Obama's Benghazi/IRS/Associated Press controversies and President Nixon's Watergate scandal in 1973.

Part of that narrative is driven by the fact that the media like to associate controversies with anniversaries. Part is driven by partisan politics. And part is driven by overreach, presidential politics, incompetence, targeted "justice," and a seeming cover-up by certain people within our government. Will these controversies rise to the level of Watergate with regard to media interest and the media vilification of a White House and a president? Not even close.

As a former high-level Democrat who prefers to remain anonymous recently told me, "While these issues are bad and getting worse by the day, Obama still has an ace in the hole. The majority of the mainstream media does not want to see him fail and especially does not want to see him compared to 'Tricky Dick.' "

Much of the left-leaning media feels temporarily exposed on these issues -- and maybe played for chumps by the Obama White House with regard to Benghazi -- and therefore feel they have no option but to cover the controversies closely for a short time to "prove" they are unbiased and doing their jobs.

In a very real way, famed Watergate and Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward just put his profession on the spot when he said in part on the MSNBC program "Morning Joe": "... You were talking earlier about kind of dismissing the Benghazi issue as one that's just political and the president recently said it's a sideshow. But if you read through all these emails, you see that everyone in the government is saying, 'Oh, let's not tell the public that terrorists were involved, people connected to al Qaeda. ... Oh, let's not let these things out.'

"And I have to go back 40 years to Watergate when Nixon put out his edited transcripts to the conversations, and he personally went through them and said, 'Oh, let's not tell this, let's not show this.' I would not dismiss Benghazi. It's a very serious issue. As people keep saying, four people were killed. ..."

The news media and they alone have the real power to hold people accountable and to get to the bottom of these very troubling controversies. How? By simply and ethically doing their job.

To do so, journalists need only stop carrying water for the Democrats and the Obama White House and start asking the obvious questions until they get to the complete truth.

As for the tragedy that is Benghazi, highly respected former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw may have said it best, also on "Morning Joe" last week:

"You cannot explain away [U.N. Ambassador] Susan Rice's performance on those Sunday talk shows in which she said it was not a terrorist attack and grew out of a domestic demonstration of some kind, she completely underplayed it and rewrote the script and I think we deserve to know who it is. ...

"We have not had an adequate notice from the White House or anybody in the administration as to why she was allowed to say what she did. ... But nonetheless she went on all of those shows in a very emphatic way and said it was not a terrorist attack and this grew out of a demonstration that it was spontaneous and that turned out to be not so true whatsoever."

Forty years ago, Woodward and Brokaw were all over Watergate and helped splash it on our front pages and bring it into our living rooms for months on end. Today, both journalists are waving red flags with regard to the Obama administration's role in at least Benghazi.

Who among their professional colleagues will follow their lead and track down and follow every fact to its natural conclusion? Sadly, not nearly enough.

Who is Judy Faulkner? Chances are, you don't know her -- but her politically connected, taxpayer-subsidized electronic medical records company may very well know you. Top Obama donor and billionaire Faulkner is founder and CEO of Epic Systems, which will soon store almost half of all Americans' health information.

If the crony odor and the potential for abuse that this "epic" arrangement poses don't chill your bones, you ain't paying attention.

As I first noted last year before the IRS witch hunts and DOJ journalist snooping scandals broke out, Obama's federal electronic medical records (EMR) mandate is government malpractice at work. The stimulus law provided a whopping $19 billion in "incentives" (read: subsidies) to force hospitals and medical professionals into converting from paper to electronic record-keeping systems. Penalties kick in next year for any provider who fails to comply with the one-size-fits-all edict.

Obamacare bureaucrats claimed the government's EMR mandate would save money and modernize health care. As of December 2012, $4 billion had already gone out to 82,535 professionals and 1,474 hospitals; a total of $6 billion will be doled out by 2016. What have taxpayers and health care consumers received in return from this boondoggle? After hyping the alleged benefits for nearly a decade, the RAND Corporation finally admitted in January that its cost-savings predictions of $81 billion a year -- used repeatedly to support the Obama EMR mandate -- were, um, grossly overstated.

Among many factors, the researchers blamed "lack of interoperability" of records systems for the failure to bring down costs. And that is a funny thing, because it brings us right back to Faulkner and her well-connected company. You see, Epic Systems -- the dominant EMR giant in America -- is notorious for its lack of interoperability. Faulkner's closed-end system represents antiquated, hard drive-dependent software firms that refuse to share data with doctors and hospitals using alternative platforms. Health IT analyst John Moore of Chilmark Research, echoing many industry observers, wrote in April that Epic "will ultimately hinder health care organizations' ability to rapidly innovate."

Question: If these subsidized data-sharing systems aren't built to share data to improve health outcomes, why exactly are we subsidizing them? And what exactly are companies like Faulkner's doing with this enhanced power to consolidate and control Americans' private health information? It's a recipe for exactly the kind of abuse that's at the heart of the IRS and DOJ scandals.

As I reported previously, a little-noticed HHS Inspector General's report issued last fall exposed how no one is actually verifying whether the transition from paper to electronic is improving patient outcomes and health services. No one is actually guarding against GIGO (garbage in, garbage out).

No one is checking whether recipients of the EMR incentives are receiving money redundantly (e.g., raking in payments when they've already converted to electronic records). And no one is actually protecting private data from fraud, theft or exploitation.

But while health IT experts and concerned citizens balk, money talks. Epic employees donated nearly $1 million to political parties and candidates between 1995 and 2012 -- 82 percent of it to Democrats.

The company's top 10 PAC recipients are all Democratic or left-wing outfits, from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (nearly $230,000) to the DNC Services Corporation (nearly $175,000) and the America's Families First Action Fund Democratic super-PAC ($150,000). The New York Times reported in February that Epic and other large firms spent hundreds of thousands of dollars lobbying for the Obama EMR "giveaway."

Brandon Glenn of Medical Economics observes "it's not a coincidence" that Epic's sales "have been skyrocketing in recent years, up to $1.2 billion in 2011, double what they were four years prior."

It's also no coincidence, as a famous Democratic presidential candidate once railed, that the deepest-pocketed donors "are often granted the greatest access, and access is power in Washington." That same candidate, Barack Obama, named billionaire Democratic donor Faulkner as the only industry representative on the federal panel overseeing the $19 billion EMR "incentives" program from which her company benefits grandly.

The foxes are guarding the Obamacare henhouse. The IRS vultures are circling overhead. The shadow of tyranny and the stench of corruption are unmistakable. If you see something, say something. BOLO is our watchword.

From Gary Sinise...

Dear Fellow American,

Freedom isn't free, and Memorial Day is the one day out of 365 that all Americans take a moment to reflect upon why we're blessed to live in the land of the free and home of the brave—our veterans and active duty troops.

You know me as an actor, but you may not know that I spend a substantial amount of my free time supporting military charities, like the American Veterans Center, host of the annual National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, DC.

For nearly 70 years, Washington, DC, was without a parade on our Armed Services' most sacred day. In 2005, the American Veterans Center revived the tradition of a Memorial Day parade in our nation's capital, and today it serves two vital civic purposes: to give the general public the opportunity to honor our service members and pay tribute to our veterans, while allowing active duty troops, veterans, and re-enactors showcase the sacrifice of all our veterans in an exciting procession of American history the whole family can enjoy.

I'm honored to serve as the Honorary Grand Marshal of the National Memorial Day Parade, and I hope you'll join me this year. Even if you can't come all the way to Washington, DC, you can march alongside me through the Virtual Boots on the Ground—the online parade.

Please follow this link to register for the virtual parade, select your avatar, and join thousands of patriots across the country to honor America's veterans from the Revolutionary War to the war in Afghanistan.

After you complete your registration, please make a generous tax-deductible contribution to support the American Veterans Center's efforts throughout the year, including events for wounded veterans at Walter Reed/Bethesda Naval Hospital, programs to educate our youth about the history of America's veterans and their legacy, and the publication of American Valor Quarterly. Whether you can give $25 or $2,500 your contribution will make a huge impact on what the American Veterans Center is able to provide for our veterans throughout the year.

I remember the way our Vietnam Veterans were treated upon returning home. It was a difficult time in our country's history and we must do all we can to make sure that when our men and women are sent to war they are never again forced into the shadows and treated badly, as our returning Vietnam Veterans were. That's one of the reasons I am so active in the veterans' community.

Taking the time on Memorial Day is the least we can do to honor and remember the men and women who have sacrificed family relationships, jobs, and economic stability to go off and fight for our country. So whether you live in the Washington Metro Area and plan to attend this year's parade or you live as far away as Hawaii or Alaska, I encourage you to join us on May 27, 2013, to honor America's veterans.

Please follow this link to register for the Virtual Boots on the Ground parade and join thousands of veterans, active duty troops and civilians across America to pay tribute to our veterans. Then please make the most generous, tax-deductible contribution you can afford to the American Veterans Center to support the parade and our activities throughout the year.

With your support and participation in the virtual parade, we'll promote our veterans' legacy, remember those who gave all, and preserve their sacrifices. Thank you in advance.

Sincerely,
Gary Sinise
Honorary Grand Marshal, National Memorial Day Parade

P.S. Join me on May 27, 2013, to pay tribute to America's veterans and active duty troops and remember that freedom is not free by participating in the National Memorial Day Parade. Please follow this link to register, select your avatar, and join millions of your fellow patriots on Memorial Day. After you register for the virtual parade, I hope you'll make a generous tax-deductible contribution to support the efforts of the American Veterans Center.

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March virtually with Iraq War Veterans Memorial Day 2013 and celebrate our freedom together.
Op-ed:
Oklahoma...promises made that will never be kept
By: Diane Sori

Barack HUSSEIN Obama is a very busy man right now…I mean what with the ‘Trifecta of Scandals’ to lie about…ooops, I mean to deal with...that I sure hope the people affected by the (now confirmed EF-5) tornado in Oklahoma don’t take his promises of help to heart.

And while on Monday night Obama signed a disaster declaration for Oklahoma, claiming this clears the way for federal aid…just like he did in New Jersey after Superstorm Sandy…this is a hollow declaration filled with empty words for most home and business owners in New Jersey are still waiting for the bulk of that promised aid.

And in a telephone conversation with Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin and Representative Tom Cole (whose home was in the devastated town of Moore), Obama told them that “the people of Oklahoma are in his and the first lady’s thoughts and prayers” and that while his team will continue to keep him updated, he urged the governor to be in touch directly if there were additional resources the administration could provide.

‘Continue to keep him updated’…what a miserable excuse of a president he is for as our country's leader Obama should be there now, on the ground getting his hands dirty, helping, consoling, and giving hope to the people of Oklahoma NOT merely being kept updated…but Oklahoma is a ‘red state’ and that says it all. But if there’s a photo-op of the devastation that he can use to his benefit you know he’ll be there in the blink of an eye.

The devastation is mind-boggling as the 20-mile path of destruction ripped homes from their foundations, stripped the bark off what few trees were left standing, and tossed cars blocks from their owners homes. And as of now officials have confirmed at least 24 people have died, the medical examiner’s office confirmed at least 233 people have been injured, with that number expected to rise as recovery efforts continue over the coming days.

Recovery efforts NOT rescue efforts as the cadaver dogs have now sadly been called in.

And while Obama promises them help…what a president should do…his track record of helping those in trouble…those in need…is NOT good NOT good at all. Remember, Barack HUSSEIN Obama didn’t help Brian Terry’s family in finding answers to ‘Fast and Furious’…he didn’t help Sandy Hook recover from the murders of 20 children except to use them as photo-ops to push his (thankfully failed) gun-control agenda…he didn’t help Ambassador Stevens when he begged for help in Benghazi…and he didn’t really help the people of New Jersey after Superstorm Sandy NO matter what turncoat Governor Chris Christie says.

Heaven help the people of Oklahoma for Obama’s words are empty words as his Sandy photo-ops are testament to, for he made BIG promises but delivered little if at all. When he hugged New Jersey business owner Donna Vanzant after the storm…in the photo shown around the world…after her home had been destroyed and her marina business gone…he promised her so much but the lady who was the recipient of Obama’s hug has now said that the president’s promises to 'pour aid' into the area were empty…she and her neighbors got empty promises along with a non-personal form letter e-mail from him.

“[The email] had nothing to do with what I was asking him. It was a form letter. It thanked me for supporting the troops. He made a promise to rebuild on national television, and I can’t even get this money,” she said.

And her destroyed business received NO help from FEMA either, except for an offer to give her a loan at 6% interest…a high-interest loan that under the circumstances they knew she would NOT be able to make the monthly payments on. Ain’t it great to offer…great for publicity and NOTHING more when you know the person cannot accept it.

Is this what awaits the people of Oklahoma…sadly, it could very well be.

Remember, with Obama everything is about campaigning even after having stolen…ooops again, I mean having won (gag) the last election, and it’s NOT likely that Governor Fallen will grovel at his feet like Chris Christie did. And I seriously doubt the predominately Republican people of Oklahoma will get any more help than the predominately Democratic people of New Jersey got..more likely they will get even less…a lot less.

And sending the dreaded FEMA people to Oklahoma to aid in state and local recovery efforts…to ensure that federal resources are being ‘properly deployed’…sends a message that here comes the screw-ups, the excuses, and of course the cover-ups the federal government is known for….especially the Obama government.

Sadly, the good people of Oklahoma will find they’re on their own for Obama has NOTHING to politically gain by helping hard working, God loving, family-oriented people…he saves his help for ‘the sponges’ of our society…for his blind-faith followers…his sheeple and no one else.

And you know what, Oklahoma will survive, rebuild, and thrive even without Obama's promised help that will never arrive as ‘We the People’ will help our fellow Americans when he won’t.