Archive for August 29th, 2010

On October 12, 2000, two Al-Qaeda terrorists dressed as civilians steered a skiff filled with explosives into the USS Cole in the Port of Aden in Yemen, murdering 17 American sailors.  Now, Brother O and the Bread and Circuses salvation sideshow administration have stopped a military commission from prosecuting the alleged mastermind behind the suicide attack.

“No charges are either pending or contemplated with respect to [Abd al-Rahim] al-Nashiri in the near future.”—Justice Department court filing

The DoJ statement suggests that future military trials for Gitmo detainees as well as the accused plotters of 9/11 have been halted also.  The only two cases moving forward had been sworn and referred for trial before Brother O took office. In January 2009, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates ordered the Convening Authority for Military Commissions to stop referring cases for trial, and the order still stands.

“After 10 years, it seems like nobody really cares. … The people in our government do not want to hear about anything that involves this incident.”—Gloria Clodfelter, mother of 21-year-old Kenneth Clodfelter who died in the attack on the Cole.

Once again, Brother O’s actions benefit Muslim murderers more than they help American victims. More than likely, al-Nashiri will join the Lockerbie bomber on the freedom train for jihadists who murder Americans.  Next, the Muslim butcher who massacred 13 Americans at Fort Hood will be receiving a boarding pass for the train.

Is it any wonder that one-in-five Americans think Brother O is a Muslim when he has ridiculed the Bible, praised the “Holy” Koran, and showed little interest in prosecuting the Muslims who have murdered so many of his countrymen?  

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber by Peter Finn.


Americans should never forget the 17 American sailors who died from a suicide terrorist attack on the USS Cole on October 12, 2000:

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A Louisiana lawyer stood in the back of boat during a thunderstorm, and with arms raised to the heavens proclaimed, ”Here I am!” Moments later a bolt of lightning struck N. Graves Thomas in the head killing him instantly.

Thomas, a former state prosecutor and assistant U.S. attorney, had garnered a reputation as a firebrand and maverick, whose clients included cop killers, mob figures, white-collar criminals, and drug smugglers. At the time of the incident, Thomas was representing a man accused of recklessness in a boating accident that killed three people on the lake.

Idle proclamations can have dire consequences.

Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. (Galatians 6:7)

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Boater Says, ‘Here I Am’ — Lightning Hits from United Press International.


Caddyshack – Oh Rat Farts! :18 Video

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Those who had the guts to write letters and resign their memberships in the National Rifle Association are to be commended. They’ve won a partial victory.  The NRA will not endorse Democrat Majority Leader Harry Reid’s reelection bid in Nevada.

However, there’s a fly in the ointment. According to records maintained by the Center for Responsive Politics, the NRA donated $4,950 to the Reid campaign but hasn’t donated to Sharron Angle’s campaign in the current election cycle. To regain some credibility, the NRA needs to address their oversight.

For more on the story, see NRA declines to endorse Reid in Nevada Senate race by Kevin Freking.

I.M. Kane

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Pat Condell’s youtube rant about the mosque near Ground Zero is essential viewing. It’s noteworthy Condell mentions that the actual mosque part of the proposed Islamic center will be in the building’s top two floors overlooking Ground Zero.

The following highlights have been transcribed from Condell’s rant:

“We all know if Islam can get away with a stunt like this in America, it can get away with anything. People keep framing this as a religious freedom issue. But there’s a difference between practicing your religion, which everyone has a right to do, and rubbing your religion in people’s faces as a triumphalist political statement which is what’s happening here 

Just how bad does an insult have to be before it’s no longer protected by the first amendment?

I can’t help wondering if Mayor Bloomberg’s unwavering support for this project is less about his commitment to religious freedom and more about his business interests in Dubai, where his company is attempting to establish itself as a major supplier of Sharia financial services in the Middle East. Maybe somebody should ask him.

Millions of people all over the free world who simply don’t trust this religion any more because time and again they’ve seen its activists exploting our freedom to act in bad faith, exactly as they’re doing at Ground Zero. They have seen that when it comes to Islam, tolerance and respect only ever go one way.

A religion of peace? No! What people see and what they’ve seen for twenty years since the [Salman] Rushdie affair is a religion of intolerance or aggression, of phony manufactured grievances and hysterical bullying, unreasonable and manipulative special pleading and privilege seeking, gross misogyny, homophobia, anti-Semitism, and violence.   

Anyone who speaks out against this religion can expect to be threatened with physical violence. Everything about it is confrontational. That’s why it’s unwelcome in the West because it has made itself unwelcome. …

President Obama should have told those Islamic activists … that this mosque is making their religion even more unwelcome. So building it has got to be just about the stupidest thing that any Muslim could want to do, unless they were acting in bad faith. And in this case, they most certainly are.”—Pat Condell

I.M. Kane



Bad faith at Ground Zero 6:23 Video

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