Why Would Our Govt (Sis Janet Napolitano), DHS, etc., Rush To Deport A Saudi National Connected To The Boston Marathon Bombings Who They’d Just Tagged as A Terrorist?

April 22, 2013

Inquiring minds want to know. But there’s a big campaign of dis-information and deflection from the media and the government about what is really going on.

Representatives, Michael T. McCaul, Jeff Duncan, Peter King and Candice Miller have requested a classified briefing on the Saudi national and the deportation order. Thank goodness someone is paying attention! But they need our help!

Use this link, call your Congressmen/women and ask why in the world would the government first, take into custody a Saudi national, Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi on Monday, Tuesday tag this dik-wad a “212 3B” labeling him a terrorist  -a really bad-apple. Then later the same day, after Secretary of State John Kerry meets with the Saudi Foreign Minister Saud -bingo, all of a sudden the FBI is back-tracking. Subject dik-wad went from ‘suspect, to person of interest, to witness, to victim, to nobody’ and now they’re deporting him -unless somebody stops them!

He just happened to be at the marathon at the time of the bombings, was naturally running away from the blasts and happened to be injured. All this occurred after not one, but two apparently “unscheduled” meetings with the Saudi Foreign Minister.

Who is he and why are they trying to get him out of the country as quick as possible? We do know he was here on a student visa supposed to be attending school in Ohio, but had an apartment in Boston. Hum? Sound familiar? Were there 3 people working together planning the death and mayhem at the Boston marathon?

Aloha, Mikie ~just a blogger (fightin’ like a girl)

Bob’s Got It Right!

March 31, 2011

Gas prices have doubled under Obama says gas tracking price website GasBuddy.com and the price of oil rose to a 30-month high today according to Yahoo! FINANCE as fighters loyal to Moammar Gadhafi pushed back rebels from key areas in eastern Libya.

“At one point it hit $106.83, the highest it’s been since September, 2008. In London, Brent crude rose $2.25 to settle at $117.20 per barrel.”

Libya’s output is only 2% of global supply and most of that goes to European countries. Saudi Arabia is making up the shortfall at the moment, but this is bound to result in disruption across the OPEC countries, which includes Iran -not exactly any Westerners friend.

And where was Obama when this ‘skirmish’ started? In Brazil playing soccer and assuring Brazilian oil company Petrobras that America would be their best customer after making $2Billion of US taxpayer money available to them last August amid our own Gulf drilling moratorium, further assuring that Americans will continue to move further from energy independence.

Personally, I kinda think Bob here, has it right!

Aloha, Mikie


Sky High And Here’s Why

December 9, 2010

Are all federal programs and federal spending bad? Of course not. But federal spending needs to be tied more closely to the Enumerated Powers & Duties of the Constitution.

  • Levy taxes and pay the federal debt
  • Provide for the common defense
  • Coin money (not print it at their pleasure!) and standardize the value of currency
  • Regulate copyrights and patents
  • Establish federal courts lower than the Supreme Court
  • Establish Bankruptcy laws
  • Initiate all bills for raising revenue (House only)

But our taxes are sky-high and here are some reasons why:

  1. More and more people are tapping into entitlement programs while the number of households paying NO federal income taxes has grown to around 47%.
  2. Cell phones paid for by the federal government?
  3. Breakfast, lunch and dinner provided to all students in 13 states? The Nanny state is not only killing American tax dollars, it’s destroying American families.
  4. Paying farmers huge amounts to grow or not grow certain crops? Let the market determine what a farmer chooses to grow based on who will pay him a fair price to do so. Look how subsidies to farmers for corn affect childhood obesity.
  5. Unfunded mandates have got to go to. It’s unfair and unrealistic to expect the states to pay for every new law or regulation that is handed down by the feds. The tiniest new law generates huge bureaucracies.
  6. Giving money to countries who will never repay it or who use it against us. Saudi Arabia comes to mind. They accept our hand-outs (jets and military gear) yet still want us to do their dirty work (take Iran, the neighborhood bully), all the while funding radical Madrassas all over Pakistan and Afghanistan whose students goal is to kill us.

And the deficit proposal recently proposed by the bipartisan commission did not even propose to cut spending, only to reduce the rate of spending increases. It’s like ‘Prezbo’ freezing federal pay. Nice gesture, but don’t stop there. Those things will add up (ever say, wow how’d I spend that much? when looking at your monthly CC bill?), but it’s time for some heavy duty spending cuts too. Kill me now or drag it out.

Aloha, Mikie


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