Tuesday, January 27, 2015

After 2199 Days ....

As of right now—today—we have endured 2199 days of this Obama Clown Posse occupation.  This actby Michelleis the first time that either have acted appropriately, or otherwise done anything that would not cause our dead Presidents to rollover in their graves out of embarrassment.

Gerlz r Krewel


TEXAS responsible for US job creation

She's Back!
Democrats and Economics


Debbie says, "We prefer the
 Detroit model. thank you."


Bergdahl (and Hillary) Stonewall


What about the Democrat's presumptive 2016 presidential candidate?


O'Reilly is such a bully with anyone who disagrees with his perspective that I can't bear to watch his constant interruptions and brow beatings of "guests" on his nightly show.

Gotta give him his props, tho, in pursuing things that he thinks gubmint is hiding from us or stonewalling us on.  For several months now, I've been wondering why nothing's been said about Bergdahl.  Apparently so has O'Reilly.  So he used the leverage of his position as self-appointed watchdog over D.C. politics as usual to get some definitive answers on what's going on with the Bergdahl case.

Scuttlebutt this morning all over Google confirms my suspicions that a decision was made months ago to charge Bergdahl  with desertion and put the process in motion to court-martial him.  And since his desertion occurred in time of war in a combat zone, the ultimate penalty is death.

Still doesn't answer my question of precisely why the WH doesn't want him tried and convicted, tho.  Soetoro's swappiing 5 Taliban field marshalls for one goofy dipshit is already seen as gross incompetence and favoritism toward Muslims while making good on his campaign promise to close Gitmo.  "What difference, at this point, does it make" if Bergdahl is convicted of desertion and thereby responsible for the deaths of several soldiers who were sent out to rescue his sorry ass.

The White House has no authority to direct Army handling of individual cases of unacceptable behavior and performance by its active duty personnel, regardless of the feared PR disaster they may bring upon the administration.  Soetoro can fire some generals, even pardon the convicted deserter I suppose, if he feels like it, but he can't rewrite the UCMJ the same way he's editing and revising the Constitution without some drastic consequences.

If you wanna read the rumors, just google Bergdahl desertion and they'll pop up.  The discussion between O'Reilly and Colonel Shaefer is all over the place, too.

Ron "I Metzger in St. Louis"

I also recommend this fine companion piece

Clear evidence U.S. State Dept. peddled false story

What Ron said about O'Reilly's persistence in pursuing things that smell to high heaven applies also to Joe Farrah (WND).