another Bozo

Again, Hillary insults the intelligence of everyone except those who would vote for her

“Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and businesses create jobs,” [Hillary] Clinton said. [more]

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See also: You didn’t build that

I knew it!

They’re all paste-eaters

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Now, now, I’m sure there’s a perfectly reasonable explanation.
It’s just that paste-eating or glue-sniffing might be that explanation.

oops he did it again


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gooood doggies

At least some Secret Service operatives are well-trained

Meet Hurricane and Jordan, the heroic security dogs who thwarted Wednesday’s White House intruder.

The brave Belgian Malinois have returned to work after being treated for minor bruises following the incident, in which [a crazy jackass] hopped over the north fence and sprinted across the lawn in a bid to reach the executive mansion. [A different jackass] was inside at the time.

[H]urricane and Jordan … swiftly reached [the crazy jackass] and stopped him in his tracks. Even when he brutally kicked one of the dogs and punched the other, they didn’t let go, preventing him from reaching the first family. They were treated for minor bruises and have now headed back to work ….

On Thursday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest praised the agents’ response, saying, ‘Yesterday’s incident underscores the professionalism of the Secret Service.‘ [more]

Interesting choice of words.

Also good doggies (BTF): »

Feelin’ better?

stop it.

The cute nurse who caught O-bola from Patient Zer∅ is now healthy and released. That’s Good News. Here’s hoping the other nurse is close to being released disease-free soon, too.

So what about the rest of US? Since the disease seems to have an unreported aspect of making those who are pre-symptomatic really, really want to run around in public, what about The Public. Shirley the .gov must have Plans and Protocols, eh?

Department of Homeland Security Inspector General John Roth let the cat out of the bag spoke to the House Oversight Committee hearing about the findings of an August 2014 audit of the department’s “pandemic preparedness efforts.”

…2006…$47 million in supplemental funding to DHS to plan, train, and prepare for a potential pandemic

$47 million. How’d that work out for US, Roth ol’ buddy?

“DHS did not adequately conduct a needs assessment before purchasing protective equipment and antiviral drugs. As a result, we could not determine the basis for DHS’s decisions regarding how much or what types of pandemic supplies to purchase, store, or distribute. As a result, DHS may have too much of some equipment and too little of others.”

“DHS purchased much of the equipment in drugs without thinking through how these supplies would need be replaced… [DHS] thinks their entire stockpile of personal, usable equipment will not be usable after 2015.”

“DHS did not manage its inventory of drugs or equipment: Drugs and equipment have gone missing, and conversely, our audit has found drugs in the DHS inventory that the department thought had been destroyed.

“We found drugs that were not being stored in a temperature-controlled environment. Because DHS cannot be assured that they were properly stored, they are in the process of recalling a significant quantity of them because they may not be safe of effective.” …

The DHS National Capital Region (NCR) pandemic stockpile contains about 350,000 white coverall suits. Yet DHS had no justification or related documentation to support that this quantity and type of protective equipment was necessary for pandemic response.

The Department has a reported inventory of approximately 16 million surgical masks but did not demonstrate a need for that quantity of masks.

The Department’s NCR and component pandemic protective equipment stockpiles include expired hand sanitizer. Out of 4,982 bottles, 4,184 (84 percent) are expired, some by up to 4 years.

TSA’s stock of pandemic protective equipment includes about 200,000 respirators that are beyond the 5-year usability guaranteed by the manufacturer. TSA is sampling these to determine any specific problems with usability

DHS did not readily know how much protective equipment it had on hand or where the equipment was being stored. The Department also cannot be assured that the protective equipment on hand is still effective … DHS also did not keep records of the protective equipment it purchased and received, and it has not accurately accounted for how much protective equipment it currently has in stock.

Department of Homeland Security Homeland. Security.

so….. *flush*

No Assessment.
No Plan.
#AbundanceOfCaution
Bought a buncha crap.
Didn’t even keep the receipts.
Shoved it in the back of a closet.
Forgot it.
#TheSystemWorked!

DHS :: Hoarders

Must be a lotta fat ’n’ happy political contributors brothers-in-law random, properly chosen American vendors out there. Along with a lotta fat ’n’ happy fed’l employees watching kitteh videos, playing solitare and running side-businesses instead of spending boring hours counting drugs and hazmat suits.

Taxpayers and the potentially – disease – catching population? Shut up, u H8rz.

But one question arises again and again: Those who believe the ‘wise and benevolent’ forces of .gov will heal all the various ills of modern society, what f’n color is the sky where you are?

#ComfortingAssurances

Obama to meet Friday afternoon with nurse Nina Pham who recovered from Ebola.

Will he hug her?

#runningcupcakes

uh, oh (cont’d)

Yeah, unfortunately, looks like we can expect more of this sort of thing

The [NY axe-wielding psycho's] posts, … provided … by the police, read “America’s military is strong abroad, but they have never faced an internal mass revolt. They are weaker at home. We are scattered and decentralized, we can use this as an advantage. They are centralized and strong, which can be exploited as a weakness. Think of a swarm of bees (negroes) that surround and attack an elephant (America) to death.”

Another post says “helicopters, big military will be useless on their own soil. They will not be able to defeat our people if we use guerilla warfare. Attack their weak flanks. If you get wounded, who cares? If you die, who cares? Eventually, they will surrender and then the war will be over.” [story w/vid]

Surrender to whom?
This is why I use the term “psycho” — reality and self-preservation are playing no part in his thinking.
His enemy is an amorphous “them” and includes symbols of civilized society of no immediate threat to himself.
Could also be some kind of copy-cat syndrome goin’ on.
Yeah, a psycho … possibly a fanatic. (We’ll know more, soon, I’m sure.)

So far, I haven’t seen any specific Islamist screed associated with this guy;
but he’s clearly a racialist and using the Islamist-style mantra.

Then again, it might just be a Manson kind’a thing.

(What? Hatchets and scalps, next? Nah, that would be culturally insensitive.)

Stay tuned …

And stay aware.
Carry your piece everywhere.
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Re: “but they have never faced an internal mass revolt
Not counting the Civil War, I think he meant.
And who says “negroes” anymore?
I suspect this guy is not really intimately familiar with American culture or history.
Might indicate a bad education or foreign roots. Dunno.
Waitin’ for the next shoe to drop.

Oh, one more thing:
This kind of guy is not merely a criminal or homicidal lmaniac, he is a traitor.

Ebola-Yah!

Citizen Klain, please call your office.

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The Ayatollah of Ebola has his first challenge: Ebola in New York City.

Owners of the bowling alley he visited said they had voluntarily closed for the day as a precaution. But the driver of the ride-sharing taxi Spencer took was not considered to be at risk, and officials insisted the three subway lines he rode before falling ill remained safe.

Apparently, “Médecins Sans Frontières” is French for “Doctors Without Quarantines.”

“We consider that it is extremely unlikely, the probability being close to nil, that there would be any problem related to his taking the subway system,” Bassett said.

Ah, the voice of reason and common sense. No reason for concern. After all, what could possibly go wrong?

Previously…

you go girlz citizenz

someone did call Chelsea Clinton “ugly” once

………….This is what I don’t understand. I have mostly stayed out of the public eye for the past few years. I clock in and out of work – yes I actually have a job – like most middle class Americans and chip away at making my son’s life just a little bit easier. So why does the media still choose to put the Palins into an entirely different category of people? This “story” is still running over a month and a half later. Rumors still run wild, unsubstantiated claims are printed as true, and random people who weren’t even there are considered “eye witnesses.”

In the meantime, did you even hear about Vice President Joe Biden’s adult son who kicked out of the Navy for cocaine? (That’s the real Vice President’s kid…) So pause for a moment and consider the hysteria over our stupid “incident”, compared to our actual Vice President’s son not even being able to hold on to a position in the Navy Reserve.

I’m sure you heard the happy news that Chelsea Clinton had a baby. But did you know her father-in-law and Clinton family pal Edward Mezvinsky is a convicted felon because of committing bank, wire, and mail fraud?

Of course, you didn’t……………..

previously…

…A government report obtained by the Washington Post on Thursday states that government agents and lawyers mistreated Monica Lewinsky when they approached the former White House intern in January 1998 to get her to cooperate with an investigation into President Bill Clinton.

The report, which was first reported by the Washington Post’s Rosalind S. Helderman, notes that while “no lawyer involved in the confrontation with Monica Lewsinky committed professional miconduct,” the encounter “could have been handled better by all of the OIC lawyers involved.”

At the center of the government report is what happened after FBI agents and lawyers from the Office of Independent Counsel, who at the time was investigating the affair with Clinton, approached Lewinsky at a food court…

The release of the 2000 report on Lewinsky comes at a time when the former White House intern has stepped back into the public eye after more than a decade of trying to be private.

Finish your assignment! »
The left haaaaaaaaaaaaates it when you fight back.

there’s a word for this

( and you’re just a racist hater for thinking it )

…Missouri state Sen. Jamilah Nasheed headed to Ferguson for a recent protest, she brought with her a legacy of supporting strict gun control legislation. As it turns out, though, she also brought along her own firearm

…She refused to submit to a Breathalyzer test…

“V” is for victory Vendetta

bullying is still ok sometimes

The IRS may have inadvertently figured out how to win its legal battles against aggrieved tea party groups: Give them what they wanted in the first place — tax-exempt status.

That was a major reason a Republican-appointed federal judge on Thursday threw out two lawsuits brought by more than 40 conservative groups seeking remedies for being singled out in the tea party targeting scandal, a victory for the IRS.

Judge Reggie Walton of the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia dismissed almost all counts brought against the tax-collecting agency in two cases, ruling that both were essentially moot now that the IRS granted the groups their tax-exempt status that had been held up for years

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