It seems the motto and mantra of the Fascists in our government is:
“Each day a new crisis”
Almost as one voice, bloggers, researchers, reporters and even those who simply read, listen and disseminate the news–the REAL news, not that silly stuff spewed out by Fringe Media–the refrain is, “Every day, All day, All the time; so much going on it’s impossible to keep up!” And as we also know, that is not an accident.
And so it becomes the task of those who search for Truth to decide, several times daily, what to write about. AP’s long lost articles from 2004, matter-of-factly noting that, “Kenyan-born Obama posed for US Senate Race” turned up this week, much to the horror of the chief of the scrubbing teams, and although, true to form, it has not yet caused a blip on Fringe Media, who is far more interested in wanking about Rush Limbaugh’s interest in the NFL than Obama’s interest in the Afghanistan War, everyone else is taking note and perking up their ears, if they hadn’t already.
But, aside from that, the new bill giving 7.5 Billion in aid to Pock-ee-ston over the next few years for construction of hospitals and schools is simply over the top: ANYONE who knows ANYTHING about that place knows that
a) The Taliban won’t let most people USE these facilities; teachers are afraid to teach, children afraid to attend these schools for fear of being killed by the Taliban, which, by the way, our insane intrepid VP, “Slidin’ Biden has told us aren’t the problem;
b) These contracts are strictly money making deals, written to enrich American contractors, many of whom realize about a Million dollars a month; the Taliban tells them, “we’re going to blow up your project.” The contractor says, “No, don’t do that until I’m finished with the project so I can get paid.” So the Taliban agree to hold off on the bombings IF the contractor will pay them anything from $250,000 up. So, everybody wins, right? Except, of course, the American taxpayers and our troops.
Pock-ee-ston is now in the midst of being severely threated by Taliban forces. They have nuclear weapons. Does it seem like a good idea to expend 7.5 BILLION dollars building infrastructure when the Taliban is close to taking over the Pock-ee-stonnie government and their nuclear capabilities???
Hey, just sayin’…