A few quick links about life in Obama’s America *UPDATED*

This isn’t an official round-up, so it doesn’t get my little Victorian posy. It’s just a few quick links to things you might find interesting:

At Duffel Blog (a satire site), a canny explanation for America’s schizophrenic Iraq policy.

Obama may be assiduously ignoring the fact that Gilad Shaar and Naftali Frenkel (an American citizen), both 16, and Eyal Yifrach, 19, are in terrorist hands, but Ted Cruz is paying attention, and being vocal about it too. (Here’s an interview with Naftali’s mother.)

(UPDATE: Two more links about the boys — Surprise! Palestinian Leaders Tolerate Terror Buildup; and The State Department Should Restrain Itself on Response to Israeli Kidnappings. Please keep the boys in your prayers. Especially given the American vacuum, they will need all the help, both human and divine, that they can get.)

IT professionals say that the IRS’s story about the lost emails doesn’t add up.

The ultimate image summing upĀ life in Obama’s America (click on image for full-sized view):

Life in Obamas America

Obama’s VA, on average, killed as many veterans per year as his military strategy killed annually in Afghanistan.

AJ Strata says fear not, the Libertarian strain in the Tea Party is delayed, not defeated. The Dems know this, which is why, when McDaniels’ supporters in Mississippi tried to obtain proof of voter fraud, they were barred at the door. What do you bet that, in this case of gross violation of voter’s rights, Eric Holder’s justice department does . . . absolutely nothing.

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  1. says

    Ever notice that Hussein only pays attention to people who are like him. Gates the Professor burglar, “If I had a son, he would look like Tray”, etc?

    So if Hussein avoids medal of honor award winners, you know the winners are legit. If Hussein personally brings back home a Berg, you know Berg ain’t legit, or at least is as legit a hero as John Fing Kerry.

    This is what I call the Left or Democrat barometer. You can use it to check what’s going to happen.

  2. says

    If people wonder why people called me “saturnine”, or thought I was crazy, or thought I was being too pessimistic about American chances… well just look around you. It’s all going as predicted, if not specifically, then generally.

    If there was a solution, I would have seen it already. Because somebody would have put it into effect without being disappeared by the US Regime, at least.

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