Sunday, December 6, 2015

Happy Hanukkah 
to all my blog followers of the Jewish faith...

חנוכה שמחה לכל חסידיו בבלוג שלי של האמונה היהודית.

And for all who do NOT know the lesson of Hanukkah...
a lesson that applies well to today's world...understand that the eight-day celebration of Hanukkah commemorates the 
2nd century BC rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem, when a small band of Jews rose up against their Greek-Syrian oppressors in the Maccabean Revolt.

Lots to learn from that I would say...think about it.

After seven years of the Obama administration, Americans are fed up with their politicians. Americans think their elected leaders have created winners and losers and that the average American is the loser. They think everyone is taking advantage of the system except for them. The electorate is revolting. One presidential candidate they should not be peeved at is Marco Rubio.

This has come to the forefront because Sen. Rubio is not a wealthy man. One candidate, Donald Trump, has disparaged him for his lack of financial success. That is particularly fascinating coming from someone who grew up amid great wealth and stated he was burdened with repaying his father the million-dollar loan Trump used for his first real estate development.

Americans should be celebrating Rubio’s situation and let me tell you why.

We are often bewildered how some who hold elected office for 40 years become significantly wealthy.

These elected leaders make a very good living, but not a great one. The ones who go to Washington always complain about the cost of maintaining two homes – D.C. and in their home state. Most of us would think they should own a nice, but modest home in their state and have their very generous pension Congress put in place for them and not much else. Unfortunately, that is not true for too many.

You know what’s ticking me off this morning? 

It’s three particular things:

1). The fact that fourteen innocent people were slaughtered at a Christmas party last week in San Bernardino by a Muslim terrorist and his satanic ISIS bride.

2). Obama and “The Media”, including some FOX News hosts, tripped over themselves trying to keep from calling this obvious act of terror, an obvious act of terror spawned by the Kings of Killing Unsuspecting Innocent People Around The World. I’m talkin’ about BHO’s favorite religion … the very ones he fawns over the most … namely, Islam. 

Did you see the Islamapologist-In-Chief stutter and sputter over the religious roots of the terrorists? He sounded like Fonzie balking when he had to admit he was wrong. 

I guarantee BHO & his oglers wouldn’t have been so slow in pointing out the culprits and their political/religious affiliation had the killer been a white, male, conservative, Christian named Whitey Whitebread from Crackertown, Kansas.

Oh, and by-the-way, spare me the “we had to be sure first” stuff. Stevie Wonder could see it was an act of war perpetrated by an Islamic operative.  Or, as Rudy Giuliani put it, ‘‘If You Can’t See This Is An Act of Terror … Then You’re A Moron.”

NY Times: “Non-Muslim extremists” more lethal than jihadis
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


NY Times: “Non-Muslim extremists” more lethal than jihadis
This graph appears in the New York Times story “What Investigators Know About the San Bernardino Shooting,” December 4, 2015: The entire purpose of this graph, and of the survey it illustrates, is to downplay the Islamic jihad threat. For some unknown reason, the New York Times and the rest of the mainstream media have […]
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ISIS Commander Meets With Hamas in Gaza

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

Hamas in America is CAIR, MSA, and ISNA. Is it any wonder they are covering for the San Bernardino jihadis?
ISIS commander meets with Hamas in Gaza, Washington Times, December 5, 2015:
Shadi al-Menei, the commander of ISIS in the Sinai, is meeting with Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip to discuss ways that the terrorist groups can increase cooperation and coordinate attacks.
shadi menei
There has been conflict between Sunni jihadis and Hamas previously in the Israeli territories of the West Bank and Gaza, as Islamic radicals want to continue to provoke Israel to attack, and Hamas has been more cautious. Now it seems those gloves are off and the two will be working together.
The Times of Israel reports Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s...