His lack of understanding of military continues to be staggering. Almost as bad as Kucinich even. I need not comment more.
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Posted by Casey on January 21, 2010
Posted by Casey on June 11, 2009
The false veteran anti-war movement has been epidemic for some time now going back all the way to 9/11. It seems like every few months we find out that one of the “veterans” leading the charge against the war never actually served. Most of the time we find that they are prominent members of well known anti-war groups. Talk about the blind leading the blind.
The latest installment actually slipped by me for a few weeks. Sorry, I’ve been really busy.
This Ain’t Hell is covering this flawlessly.
Here’s an old post of mine migrated over here from the old site on this very subject.
Don’t forget about the time Harry Reid demanded that Rush Limbaugh apologize to these frauds.
So why are these fakes so successful? Well, the liberal population didn’t ever serve their country for the most part. Therefore they simply can’t identify a real veteran as is perfectly illustrated here.
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Posted by Casey on January 19, 2009
Here’s how the War on Terror stacks up with other US Wars:
Posted by Casey on January 6, 2009
He was on my list of things to vanish in 2009 … guess that’s blown.
Right after he’s done actually reading the US Constitution so he can start to accurately quote it, maybe he can look up the definition of preemption.
Posted by Casey on September 1, 2008
A protest near the site of the Republican National Convention gave way to violence Monday as demonstrators attacked members of the Connecticut delegation, smashed windows, slashed car tires and threw bottles during an anti-war march, St. Paul police said. Up to 256 people were arrested by police using pepper spray in some confrontations, police told FOX News. Police were determining on a case-by-case basis how to process them. Five people were accused of setting fire to a trash bin and pushing it into a police car, St. Paul police spokesman Tom Walsh said. The violent demonstrators were mostly dressed in black and described themselves as anarchists.
The hypocrisy of these idiots never ceases to amaze me.
A protest near the site of the Republican National Convention gave way to violence Monday as demonstrators attacked members of the Connecticut delegation, smashed windows, slashed car tires and threw bottles during an anti-war march, St. Paul police said.
Up to 256 people were arrested by police using pepper spray in some confrontations, police told FOX News. Police were determining on a case-by-case basis how to process them.
Five people were accused of setting fire to a trash bin and pushing it into a police car, St. Paul police spokesman Tom Walsh said.
The violent demonstrators were mostly dressed in black and described themselves as anarchists.
Posted by Casey on August 5, 2008
Verbally of course. You didn’t actually think that there could be such a sweet thing as to watch Murtha literally get the crap kicked out of him, did you? We can all dream though.
Alas, he was given one hell of a poised tongue lashing for being the traitor he is. And yes, I meant to say traitor.
Posted by Casey on April 29, 2008
This is too far, and they know it. This sort of “dramatic imagery” is unacceptable by any standard. Out of simple respect for the families of military personnel this ad would never have run with those images.
Before you libs start attacking me I want you to stop and actually think for a minute. If the GOP used the image of US troops who had been captured, tortured then murdered by dismemberment to prove that we needed to fight such evil … you would rightly be enraged as well.
Forget about the ad completely taking McCain’s 100 years comments out of context. We are now learning that the footage came from Fahrenheit 9/11. GP also points out that this footage is likely from a terrorist snuff film since American cameras were most likely not present.
Nothing makes you want to vote Democrat like watching them use our enemy’s propaganda for political gain.
Posted by Casey on April 15, 2008
Just another example of the complete uselessness of zero tolerance policies at our schools.
A call from a parent stationed in a war zone has landed a Texas high school student in hot water, and his mother is asking the school to ease up on the punishment.
The Copperas Cove High School sophomore received an urgent call from his father and was suspended after taking the call during class.
Master Sgt. Morris Hill is a world away in Iraq, so he had no idea that a simple call from the battlefield to his son, Brandon, would land the 16-year-old in a heap of trouble.
“He called me during class, because that’s the only time that he could,” said Brandon Hill, suspended for using a cell phone. “I answered the call as I was walking out of class. The teacher followed me out and said, ‘Oh what are you doing?’ I said my dad was calling from Iraq, and I know he needs to talk to me.”
First of all … only an asshat of epic proportions would suspend a student in this situation.
On another note … the students aren’t allowed to have cell phones, but the family is saying that a special arrangement was made with the school’s assistant principal for just this sort of thing. That would make the school officials double asshats of epic proportions.
So how has the school responded now that this has become public knowledge? In a very “we’re a school, leave us alone” attitude that has become commonplace when schools mess up … which is an awful lot.
In a written statement to KXAN Austin News, Kathy Blake, the secretary to the Copperas Cove district superintendent, said: “In an emergency situation there are procedures in place to address those individual situations. This is true for all of the students in our district. The incident in question occurred almost two weeks ago and has been resolved.”
Well, apparently the assistant principal felt the district’s policies sucked ass. The situation is far from resolved as proclaimed by the secretary to the superintendent.
Yet Pat Hill said the school will not address her request to have the suspension removed from her son’s record, a battle she is fighting here while her husband is away.
Again … asshats of epic proportions.
Posted by Casey on April 9, 2008
This has been building for some time now. The old guard is almost at an end on both sides of the aisle. Veterans of the War On Terror are seeking spots in government in record numbers from the local to the national level. Eventually, they will be a significant voting block in our congress … thank God. In a few years time we will finally have a congress run by those who actually know what this conflict is all about, and we can stop listening to the Reid/Murtha lies about our troops.
The WSJ is there …
Seventeen Iraq combat veterans are running for House seats as Republicans, pledging to continue the war once in Congress and linking themselves to Sen. John McCain’s candidacy for president.
As Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, prepares to go to Capitol Hill Tuesday to discuss his record there, some of the vets also came to Washington to link themselves to the general whose 2007 troop surge they believe has improved America’s prospects for victory.
In 2006, the Democrats had some success with a slate of veterans who used their military credentials to argue against the war. The Republican veterans argue that such antiwar vets are the exception and, even though the public is still against the war, they will be able to make the case that the country is succeeding and should commit the resources to achieve victory.
“Iraq’s going to be a tough issue for everybody, but we’re going to be uniquely positioned to deal with it,” says former Marine Cpl. Keiran Lalor, a Republican running in the Hudson Valley of New York. “The Democrats went around and found the exception to the rule: They found the Iraq vets against the war.”
Anyone who knows anything about this conflict knows that the anti-war vets are the minority in the military circles. It’s just nice to hear veterans publicly saying that in the press. That doesn’t diminish the anti-war veterans’ views at all, but they are the minority. Frankly, my patience has run out with those who argue that they are the majority … cause they aren’t. I’ve challenged every single person proclaiming that the majority of the military is against this war to prove it, and to read the mil-blogs to better understand the overall sentiment of military personnel. Funny, non of them have ever taken me up on that challenge.
Posted by Casey on March 25, 2008
I like TMZ, I really do, as long as they are picking on celebrities. Lately, TMZ has attempted two forays into politics … an area they have little experience, and even less intelligence.
First, they attacked the military for wasting money on finding the remains of lost US military personnel. Apparently TMZ thinks WWII is “ancient history.” Tell that to the families of those who’ve lost loved ones.
Now they are conducting themselves with the integrity of William Jefferson, and the maturity of a temper-tantrum throwing 2 year old with ADD.
With 301 days left in office, George W. Bush posed for pics with the Easter Bunny as part of the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House on Monday.
Meanwhile, the U.S. death toll in Iraq reached 4000 on Sunday.
Uh huh? So President Bush hugging the Easter Bunny while hosting an annual event for children is somehow tied to the extremely low casualty numbers of the Iraq war? Brilliant piece of hard-hitting journalism there TMZ. If I didn’t know better … I’d say it sounds like your staff is still suffering from a writers’ strike.