Sunday, February 8, 2015


 Via Joe
 Does this have anything to do with our new national policy? After all, that’s not a ball cap he’s sporting. 

Today we witnessed the barbarism that is ISIS, ISIL or IS, whatever you want to call them. Chris Kyle called them “savages” and most civilized society worldwide agrees. Instead here at home, we pussyfoot around the nomenclature and it’s keeping us in defeat mode.

Did you watch today’s limp response by Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby?

From the Washington Times,
Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby said on Tuesday that the decision by the Islamic State group to burn Jordanian pilot Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh alive was not “the acts of a winner.”
“Not the acts of a winner?” I’m simply astonished by those choice of words. How about the clear and evident acts of evil? Can we no longer call things what they are?

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  1. Anyone who calls true Evil by its real name no longer works in this Administration. Ms. Jarrett sees to that.

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