Monday, November 29, 2010

Some Links

This one is the story of funny actor Leslie Nielsen passing away yesterday. "Yes I'm serious, and don't call me Shirley".

The director of THE best Star Wars movie - The Empire Strikes Back - passed away as well. They always say it comes in 3's. Who's next to pass away in Hollywood?

Some Oregon Muslim leaders are asking people to call down and hoping that retaliation doesn't happen after the weekend's failed bombing attempting by some 19 year old punk who wanted to kill a mass of people during Portland's Christmas tree lighting over the weekend. It amazes me how this religion and their extremists are constantly trying to harm us, but when we foil one of their plans, they ask for forgiveness. I'm just glad that this plot was foiled, no one got hurt and profiling and undercover work by the Feds is what got this guy.

Why haven't we caught the founder/hacker of WikiLeaks? Our Government can shut down anything they want here, do super secret stuff all the time, etc, yet we can't catch him or shut down their site? Besides, how is this guy getting all the intel anyways? I thought this was under lock and key? The first time this year, the info he released was putting our troops in danger, now he’s revealed diplomatic secrets.

U.S. Government Seizes BitTorrent Search Engine Domain and More. If this was happening under former President Bush, the media and the far left would be up in arms and crying over this.

Then here are some links about the North Korean attack on a South Korean island recently that was unprovoked. My Way/AP, Reuters, Guardian UK, and Huffington Post to name a few.

Here is a video from Fox News Sunday where Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill told Chris Wallace that the Obama $787 billion stimulus, TARP and the auto bailout were “wildly successful.”

McCaskill voted for Stimulus, Obamacare and the monstrous Financial Regulation bill.
She will have a hard time convincing her home state she’s not like Obama.

The auto bailout was “wildly successful.” For the unions. h/t Gateway Pundit




And lastly, here is an article about how for one hour of flight, it costs $181,000 to fly the President. This is a President who has spent more time on AF1 abroad in his first 2 years than any President before him. There's one way to cut wasteful spending, have the President stay in America more and concentrate on US, than going on vacations and seeing other leaders over there.

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