April 26, 2013

I'll Take Bomber #3 For $400 Alex

This is just getting too deep for waders.

Fox News
reports that the FBI believes that a third bomber was perhaps involved in the Boston Marathon murders.
Megyn Kelly and Catherine Herridge just reported that the FBI believes the Boston Marathon bombs were detonated by someone standing within line-of-sight of the bombs, using a a toy car speed controller, and that therefor they are now considering the possibility of a 3rd bomber. This adds some credence to Glenn Beck’s reporting on the Saudi, and also points out how much intel we have lost due to the cutting off of the interrogation of Djhokhar just 16 hours into what was legally supposed to be at least a 48 hour investigation.
Glenn Beck allegedly has document that there was a third bomber and it is that Saudi poof that Muchelle visited in the hospital. Obugger was trying to sneak this kid out of the country on a deportation ruse of an expired visa; problem is,the kid's visa is good until 2016. The kid is related to half the Gitmo detainees, his name is Abdul Rahman Alharbi. And the crap surrounding this young man is getting deeper and deeper.
Monday morning Glenn Beck laid out what he knows about the Saudi connection to the Boston marathon bombings. It is a story that the mainstream media has all but completely ignored, though Beck says TheBlaze’s Chief Content Officer Joel Cheatwood reached out to numerous other networks in an effort to get the story out. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano refused to acknowledge the story even existed when questioned by Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) last Friday.

But now a number of congressional sources have confirmed that the story is as TheBlaze reported last week, and Beck is presenting more pieces of the big picture.

“This week has changed me,” he said at the top of his radio program on Monday. “The events in Boston changed me…. The events in Washington around Boston changed me.”

We crossed an “extraordinarily disturbing threshold” last week, Beck said, but we know “exactly who we’re dealing with now.”


My Babies! They Took My Babies!

MAKHACHKALA, Russia (CBS/AP) — The mother of the two Boston bombing suspects told reporters that “America took my kids away from me” and wished she had never left Russia.
Don't you worry, Zuby. When we're done with them you can have whatever is left.

“Why did I even go there?” said Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, crying, after CBS News correspondent Charlie D’Agata asked if she regretted the move.
We're asking the same question.

More here.

April 25, 2013

April 24, 2013

Beam 'Em Back Scottie

We Are Not Safe With S.A.F.E.

New York is not just "The City."

About 8 million people reside outside the NYC metropolitan area and they are not pleased with the recent passage of Emperor Cuomo's gun ban. There are 57 green counties where resolutions have been passed condemning the gun grab legisalation passed in the middle of the night.

NY SAFE Resolutions
is a site dedicated to repealing this ridiculous law.

April 23, 2013

Baltimore Prison Run By Gangs

Prison Gang - Black Guerrilla Family
Thirteen correctional officers indicted in Maryland

More than a dozen Maryland state correctional officers were accused Tuesday of helping a powerful prison gang run a drug-trafficking and money-laundering operation from behind bars.

Thirteen female prison guards were charged by the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office in an indictment unsealed Tuesday in federal court. They allegedly smuggled into the prison cell phones, prescription pills and other contraband uncovered during a year-long corruption investigation of state detention facilities.

“The inmates literally took over ‘the asylum,’ and the detention centers became safe havens for BGF,” FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephen E. Vogt said, using shorthand for the prison gang, Black Guerrilla Family.

At the center of the investigation was an alleged leader of the gang, Tavon White, who prosecutors said had sexual relationships with at least four of the prison guards, fathering five children since his incarceration in Baltimore in 2009.
Who wants to make book that these guards are affirmative action hires?
In one wiretapped cell phone call in January, White told an acquaintance, “This is my jail. You understand that? I’m dead serious. I make every final call in this jail.”

The indictment, which also charged seven inmates and five co-conspirators, outlined the enduring power of gangs within some Maryland detention facilities as well as a highly organized and profitable smuggling enterprise. While in prison, White bragged about earning $16,000 during a slow month, and he used the money to buy several luxury cars, including a Mercedes Benz and a BMW, prosecutors said.
Once again we have the proof that America is turning into a third world shithole.
State Sen. Joseph M. Getty (R-Carroll), a member of the Judicial Proceedings Committee, said the revelations, coupled with a string of recent inmate killings at Maryland prisons, were “a pretty harsh indictment” of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s (D) prison policies.

“This is frightening to us as legislators, the level of collusion that has existed between the correction officers and inmates,” Getty said.
It's pretty much the same as any other policy espoused by the democrats. Lots of sex, drugs and the taxpayer foots the bill.

In Delaware the welfare state and the criminal justice system are one, it just saves so much time in a seamless transition into prison with the added benefit that your friends are already there.

More here.

Politics And Poker

Growing up on Long Island, NY, we were only about 20 minutes away from NYC. Both my parents were from Brooklyn. Every year they would spend their anniversary in Manhattan going to various musicals and dining out every night. In order to decide what shows they wanted to see, my mom would buy LP's of the latest shows and listen to the songs ... over and over and over. My wife is amazed that I can still sing along with so many Broadway musicals from the 50's and 60's. It's like they're etched on my brain.

I don't know how I got there, but today I ended up on a page that referred to the hit show, "Fiorello!", that opened in 1959 and played until 1961. Believe it or not, Tom Bosley had the lead role. The show was about political corruption in New York City in the 1930's when Fiorello LaGuardia was mayor.

So without further ado, here are the two greatest songs from Fiorello!, both of which deal with political corruption, "Politics and Poker" and "Little Tin Box." Enjoy the lyrics, they are really special.

April 21, 2013

Make Up Your Mind

From the AP:
Boston mayor: Bombing suspects acted alone

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Boston Mayor Tom Menino says information he has indicates that the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing acted alone.
Yeaaaa! We're safe! Obama and Napolitano say we can go outside! There's no more Muslim boogeymen!

This is the point in the Halloween horror movies when Jason gets shot/electrocuted/beheaded/drowned and the music gets all safe and cozy and the lovers smile at each other and make wonderful plans for the future while holding hands, looking adoringly into each others eyes while strolling slowly to the car.

From the Boston Herald:
Pair arrested as terror investigation broadens

The widening and intense investigation appeared to include the arrests yesterday of two classmates of surviving bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The two men were taken into custody in New Bedford on administrative immigration violations, authorities said.
Then Jason erupts out of the bushes/attic/coffin/lake/Prius backseat/toilet and savagely dismembers the two of them. Movie ends with screaming, ripping, gurgling and blood spatters.

Don't these people talk to each other? Doesn't matter. I don't trust any one in government telling me what's happening anyway.

Jason is out there and he's wearing his hockey mask under a hijab while the administration pisses on our back and tells us it's raining.

From the UK Telegraph:
Boston bombs: Obama lulled America into false confidence over terror threat

In his State of the Union address to the American people earlier this year, Barack Obama declared that he was "confident" of achieving "our objective of defeating the core of al-Qaeda".

Although he acknowledged the need to pursue the "remnants" of the terrorist group and its affiliates, the overall message was clear – al-Qaeda was badly degraded, the tides of war were receding and the US was winning this fight that was no longer even officially a war.

The Boston bombings would appear to present a fundamental challenge to that assessment and once again bring the nagging uncertainty of terrorism back on to the American main street.