Truth is never Slander video: Jesus vs Muhammad

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  1. votermom says:

    Steven Crowder is getting a camels load of death threats on that youtube video.

  2. myiq2xu says:

    TOTUS is reading his Squirrel speech

    • DeniseVB says:

      I couldn’t even watch it on mute 😦 I heard he’s going to Oklahoma Sunday, probably to hug another Republican Governor.

  3. myiq2xu says:

    I picked a good day to sleep till noon.

  4. myiq2xu says:

    Our Nobel POTUS is rationalizing why it’s okay to assassinate people with drones.

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  8. HELENK says:

    backtrack lectures again about how we have to accept muslims. shame he does not lecture them on accepting us.

    • Mary says:

      My thoughts exactly.

    • DeniseVB says:

      He preaches tolerance to the wrong people. Some states have even had to pass bills “banning Sharia law” which would make honor killings and beheadings in the name of Allah legal. I can’t believe we’ve had to go that far. 😦

    • wmcb says:

      HONK! So when is a world leader going to get up and talk about the lack of respect for Western culture? When are the burka-and-sharia pushing maniacs going to be told they are lacking in cultural sensitivity?

  9. myiq2xu says:
  10. HELENK says:,0,1895918.story

    major insurance companies opt out of exchange in California

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  12. HELENK says:

    gee did that interruption sound staged to anybody but me?

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  15. Mary says:

    Well, no. History will pass judgement on YOU using your IRS to punish anyone who didn’t agree with you. History will pass judgement on YOU intiimidating the press and suppressing free speech.

    This little ole speech ain’t gonna fix all that.

  16. fembotsforobama says:

    Anybody else notice that when home-grown terrorists rationalize their behavior, they refer to Your country (US and UK) and never assume ownership of their own? Why does it become MY country when you hate it and YOURS when you don’t? Wonder if Michelle is still proud of her country for the first time since her husband justifies the use of drones to kill her country people?

  17. myiq2xu says:

    Heckler is Medea Benjamin of Code Pink.

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  19. HELENK says:

    we now have a ” Peter Principle President”
    rise to the level of incompetence

    • Propertius says:

      Sorry, Helen, but he rose to his level of incompetence when he joined the “Choom Gang” in high school.

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  21. myiq2xu says:

    Ace of Spades HQ:

    Anyone who now has cable pays for MTV. Cable companies negotiate a flat payment to a station for carrying it. MTV also collects revenues from advertising, but a major source of its revenue is the automatic “tax” MTV imposes on your cable bill every month. You have no way to avoid paying for MTV– except for cancelling the service altogether.

    Monopolies are generally not permitted to “bundle” services together. And local cable companies are usually monopolies, or, at best, have but one competitor– and as all of them have instituted this bundling practice and will not stop the practice no matter how much the public clamors for it, the monopolies (or duopolies) at least appear to be in collusion on this point.

    MTV will be defended on First Amendment grounds. Here’s the thing: I can buy into that defense. I don’t want to censor MTV.

    But MTV’s right to broadcast its expression — which apparently now includes a strong urine-drinking component — does not trump any citizen’s right to not view that expression, or his right to not pay for/subsidize that expression.

    Ke$ha wrote back to the h8rs and claimed “Change the channel if you don’t like it.”

    Sorry, Ke$ha. Almost everyone complaining has changed the channel (if they ever watched MTV at all). But that doesn’t change the fact that they are being forced by a monopoly or duopoly to pay for MTV every single month.

    It’s time for consumer choice in cable subscriptions. No American should be forced by a monopoly to purchase a product he does not want (and in fact may object to for profound philosophical reasons).

  22. HELENK says:

    who knew one of our founding fathers was a woman
    Jane Madison

  23. HELENK says:

    oh oh backtrack used the banned words ” violent Jihad” in his speech today. used them about Fort Hood and Boston bombing

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  25. votermom says:
    GOP’s Chambliss: Obama speech will be ‘viewed by terrorists as victory’
    The senior Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee said President Obama’s national security speech will be “viewed by terrorists as a victory.”

    Sen. Saxby Chambliss (Ga.) made the remarks in a statement released moments after Obama’s speech. He focused his criticism on Obama’s plans to move toward closing the Guantanamo Bay detainee camp.

    “We knew five years ago that closing Guantanamo was a bad idea and would not work,” Chambliss said. “Yet, today’s speech sends the message to Guantanamo detainees that if they harass the dedicated military personnel there enough, we will give in and send them home, even to Yemen.”

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  29. HELENK says:

    poor sucker thought backtrack would give him a job after the democratic convention

  30. HELENK says:

    lois lerner put on administrative leave

    • HELENK says:

      WITH PAY.

      target the American people and you get a paid vacation

      • With administrative hearings set for two months after the next Super Bowl scheduled for Santa Clara.
        OT I know these ladies carry around more residual testosterone than backtrack, so I keep hoping one of them will rise up and smack him down. It’s not like once you get away from the DC whirlwind being a faithful, card carrying Democrat has any intrinsic value anymore.

  31. swanspirit says:

    Speaking of local home grown terrorists , have you heard about the ones we grew here in Ocean City Md?
    They owned the Local KFC , Subway , and other

    Ramadan Brothers Extradited One Week After Local Arrests; 300-Page Indictment Details Lengthy Conspiracy
    OCEAN CITY — Two local business owners, indicted by a New York grand jury last week for enterprise corruption and money laundering, were extradited to New York Wednesday and were expected to be arraigned Thursday afternoon.

    Last week, federal officials concluded an investigation into a vast multi-million dollar cigarette smuggling operation with raids on two locations in and around the resort area, including the West Ocean City homes of residents Basel Ramadan, 42, who is being called the “boss” of the enterprise, and Samir Ramadan, 40, who is Basel Ramadan’s brother and has been called the “enterprise treasurer.” Federal officials also raided the Ramadan’s offices over the Subway restaurant they own at Sunset Drive near 26th Street in Ocean City on the same day.

    At the Ramadan’s West Ocean City homes in the Oyster Harbor community, $1.4 million in large black bags was recovered, along with 20,000 cartons of untaxed cigarettes. Also seized were numerous vehicles and other property belonging to the Ramadans. The Ramadans allegedly conducted the vast cigarette smuggling operation out of their Ocean City properties, but 14 other co-conspirators, from transporters to distributors to resellers, were also rounded up at locations all over the mid-Atlantic region.

    According to the New York Attorney General’s Office, the Ramadans and their co-conspirators allegedly funneled thousands of cartons of untaxed smokes and millions of dollars in ill-gotten revenue through Ocean City and Worcester County from a wholesaler in Virginia to a distribution warehouse in Delaware, from whence the illegal, untaxed cigarettes were distributed to retail outlets all over New York City and upstate.

    On May 13, a New York grand jury handed down formal indictments against the Ramadans and their alleged 14 co-conspirators. As of yesterday, 15 suspects had been arrested including the Ramadan brothers, but a 16th suspect had fled the country to an unknown location in the Middle East, according to a New York Attorney General’s Office spokesperson. Eleven of the arrested suspects were arraigned in New York last week, while the two Ramadan brothers were just extradited to New York on Wednesday from the Worcester County Jail, where they had been held since last the raids and subsequent arrests last week.

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    • After reading those letters it would not surprise me if Ms. Lois ends up joining thousands of other women who “did nothing wrong” in federal prison. The questions go far beyond the pale and methinks an “example” will be needed. Thank you, ma’am, for volunteering.

  34. myiq2xu says:
    • For many years now TPers have been segregating incumbent ‘pubs into EGOPs, RINOs and others. Once “others” achieve political parity you’re going to see a tidal wave (instead of merely a sea-change) in DC. The idiots politicians you mentioned won’t even know what hit them. Can’t wait. Popcorn, anyone?

  35. HELENK says:

    lerner was asked to resign and refused to do so before she was put on paid leave

    • DeniseVB says:

      Saw this posted by Rushbo on his FB page …..

      Douglas Shulman is a Democrat. He donated to the Democrat National Committee! Shulman is one of countless Bush appointees who were put there by Bush — Democrats — in order to show bipartisanship.

      • HELENK says:

        somebody better tell juan williams, he just said on the hannity show that shulman is a republican.

    • 1539days says:

      Goody. She may not be ready to play ball with the administration.

  36. HELENK says:

    new jury for jodi aries penality. current jury deadlocked

    • yttik says:

      I don’t think juries should be able to decide penalties. It’s too much responsibility. Somebody could be guilty as all heck, but if one person doesn’t believe in the DP, the jury will dead lock.

      • HELENK says:

        shep is furious

        when you are questioned to go on a jury you are asked can you vote for the death penalty if asked to do so.

        • HELENK says:

          I have never seen him so furious. books will be written on this one

        • angienc (D) says:

          Shep can kiss my ass. A juror being able to vote for the death penalty does NOT mean they MUST vote for the death penalty — it is 100% within their perview to decide if the DP is warrented. He should learn that distinction before opining. Second, with all the women murdered and/or beaten daily by their husbands/boyfriends which get ignored by the MSM I’m getting really pissed off at this obsession by the MSM on this one out-of-the-ordinary case where it’s the woman who killed her boyfriend and the bloodlust displayed to kill her.

        • swanspirit says:

          Angie , you noticed that?? Why else the obsession , man kills woman/ child /family happens all the time . Woman kills man , we get an MSM obsession .

      • Thinking of the ramifications here….if a juror decides mid-trial to no longer support a penalty, how confident can society be of the same juror’s prior decision as to guilt or innocence?

        • angienc (D) says:

          You are thinking of it wrong –there is a reason there are 2 separate parts to a death penalty trial — the guilt phase and (if convicted) the penalty phase. A juror voting against imposing the death penalty has nothing to do with the guilt phase because if being found guilty meant the death penalty was automatic then there would be no need for a penalty phase (the penalty phase isn’t just for show, you know — at least it shouldn’t be, but every is talking about it in this case as if it is). Furthermore, a juror deciding not to vote for the death penalty in the penalty phase doesn’t mean that juror changed their mind on their ability to impose the death penalty if warranted — it means they decided — after going through the penalty phase — that it wasn’t warranted.

      • 1539days says:

        Penalties are the most severe part of the trial system. Since the justice system is supposed to value the wisdom of a jury of one’s peers, they are the ones who should make the decision. Sometimes people get light sentences.

      • angienc (D) says:

        It’s usually the judge who decides penalties — death penalty cases are the exception for exactly that reason — one person should not have the power/responsibility of putting another to death (don’t tell Obama –you know how he loves his drones). By the same token if the evidence isn’t convincing enough to get all 12 jurors on board then the death penalty should not be imposed.
        I find it striking that there is more outrage among people that this woman might not get the death penalty than for the fact that the Feds are not even going to pursue the death penalty for Jahar the Boston bomber who killed 4 and maimed scores of others

      • Thinking further about this. “Deadlock” here only means they can’t agree. Guilt is already determined. What they are deciding is punishment. What possible societal value exists for a juror to refuse to budge on voting for “nothing but the DP”? There’s serious hubris or animus involved here on the part of one or more jurors. NOTHING is completely doubt free. If the DP wasn’t supported by all a compromise was the reasonable move. That some couldn’t, speaks volumes. I now doubt the “impartiality” of their decision. Something stinks in AZ.

  37. wmcb says:

    I’ve been trying hard to avoid too much news of late, but has anyone else seen this? Supposedly there are diplomats from Libya getting ready to drop some bombshells: That Amb Stevens was in Benghazi to try to get back stinger missiles that had been given to Islamic insurgents NOT by the CIA (as had been rumored), but by the State Dept. itself.

    This is going to get very very nasty for Hillary if true. Especially if we are the ones who armed the very same group that killed our ambassador and staff.

    • wmcb says:

      Article also claims revelations forthcoming re: pressure put on Gen. Ham of Africa Command to stand down and NOT try to rescue our personnel.

      If so, that was a pure political decision – let’s keep it all low key and blame a demonstration (hard to do if we are sending in troops to rescue them.)

      If so, the act of not helping them during the attack was a DELIBERATE thing, and Obama is a fucking cold-blooded murderer in my book. He knowingly sacrificed those people for his political fortunes.

      If so, then Hillary knew it (there is no way she didn’t), and let it happen.

      Blood on their hands all around, if it’s true. Because you will never convince me the decision not to send in help was a tactical one. No way. It was entirely CYA for Obama and Hillary both.

    • wmcb says:

      Regarding General Ham, military contacts of the diplomats tell them that AFRICOM had Special Ops “assets in place that could have come to the aid of the Benghazi consulate immediately (not in six hours).”

      Ham was told by the White House not to send the aid to the trapped men, but Ham decided to disobey and did so anyway, whereupon the White House “called his deputy and had the deputy threaten to relieve Ham of his command.”

      If true, Obama not only did not send help, he actively forbade any help being given.

      I despise that man. Utterly.

    • wmcb says:

      Also, when the fucking CIA passes on the chance to arm some insurgents, because even the CIA thinks it’s crazy and risky, you might wanna step back. Because if it’s too hot for the CIA (not known for their stellar judgement) to touch it, it’s prolly a BAD IDEA. But State Dept did it anyway, after the CIA refused.

      Also in the article: explains a lot about why Petraeus was railroaded with the affair leak and gotten rid of. He knew that his agency had turned this insane plan down, and WHY they thought it was too risky. He knew who these maniacs were that they were proposing to arm with missiles after he refused to do so. He knew.

  38. yttik says:

    Regarding Jesus versus Mohammed, it really is pretty astounding how much favor is shown towards women in the bible. When you think about how women were perceived back in biblical times, it’s not much different then how they are perceived now in the ME. In spite of those conditions, the bible (and Jesus) really made an extraordinary effort to present women in an equal light.

    • Some will disagree because of the “not teaching” and “elder qualification” rules, but as a youth I was dragged to several Aimee Semple McPherson services and intuitively understood the sexual tension going on. No matter how well intentioned they may be, women have no power to control the subject or rapidity of male imaginationings. Of course most women can’t admit this to themselves, thus the eternal battle rages.

    • votermom says:

      Yup. The video made me realize that too. Remember also that Muhammad came after Jesus and yet so much morerepressive.

    • votermom says:

      Also even compared to Confucianism, where women are always below men. Christianity is really a big leap forward in women’s status in history.

    • swanspirit says:

      Let the Democratic cannibalism commence 🙂 , I am stocking up on popcorn

    • Underwhelmed says:

      I hope they all get indigestion.

    • 1539days says:

      There’s a civil (or uncivil) war going on in the Democratic Party. You have the Obama Crime Syndicate who is most interested in bringing Chicago style political machinations to the nation. Then there are the Democrats who know that Obama is going to decimate their party for years to come, especially since 2010 destroyed their back bench. In the middle are the party hacks who are too scared to question Obama because of retaliation.

      Everyone else is making popcorn.

    • HELENK says:

      if a kids eats a poptart and the part that is left looks like a gun he gets suspended but these guys publish this?

  39. HELENK says:

    this is a must read

    just because you are paranoid does not mean you are wrong

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