YOU CAN'T SAY THERE WEREN'T REPEATED WARNINGS OVER THE YEARS. IN FACT, WARNINGS AROSE AGAIN JUST LAST MONTH.
AMERICA'S PRINCESS, THE OVER EXPOSED CELEBRITY IN CHIEF BARRY O, WILL DRAG YOUR CAMPAIGN DOWN IF YOU ARE A DEMOCRAT.
IT'S A LESSON A FEW ARE GETTING BUT MANY CANDIDATES ARE MISSING.
YESTERDAY, NOT ONCE, BUT TWICE, VOTERS SENT THE MESSAGE "WE ARE SO OVER YOU" AS THEY REJECTED BARRY O AND ELECTED REPUBLICANS.
DEMS FACING VOTERS NEXT YEAR BETTER START DRAWING DISTANCE RIGHT NOW BETWEEN THEMSELVES AND THE TOXIC WHITE HOUSE.
VOTERS ARE TRIED OF MR. PRETTY WORDS, TIRED OF HIS VACATIONS, TIRED OF HIS EXCUSE OF 'BLAME THE OTHER GUY,' TIRED OF HIS BROKEN PROMISES AND TIRED OF HIS 'PLANS' THAT NEVER MANAGE TO BENEFIT ANYONE NOT RUNNING A CORPORATION.
A DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN CONFERENCE ALL YESTERDAY AFTERNOON FOUND DEMS FEELING "BETRAYED, DISAPPOINTED, FURIOUS, DISGUSTED, HOPELESS" AND THAT WAS BEFORE THE RESULTS FOR THE TWO RACES CAME IN.
REACHED FOR COMMENT BY THESE REPORTERS TODAY IN THE MIDST OF HIS MORNING DAY FACIAL ("CUCUMBER MASK, THANKS FOR ASKING"), BARRY O DECLARED HE WAS TIRED OF THE CARPING, "PEOPLE SAY WHY DON'T YOU CREATE JOBS? YOU NEVER CREATE ANY JOBS? UH, HELLO. HERE I AM PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. THE MOST UNDERQUALIFIED CANDIDATE EVER AND QUICKLY BECOMING THE MOST UNPOPULAR. THAT I CREATED THIS JOB FOR MYSELF SURELY SHOWS SOME TALENT!"
FROM THE TCI WIRE:
Part of the problem is that veterans have fallen out of public focus, now centered on the economy. Foreclosures. Paychecks.
Leon Panetta: You know, having been OMB director and Chairman of the Budget Committee in the Congress, uh, I have always approached, uh, these issues by saying, 'We've got to put everything on the table. We've got to look at everything.' I think that's the way to do it.
Charlie Rose: From retirement benefits to weapons systems, to weapons systems --
Leon Panetta: To weapon systems --
Charlie Rose: -- to making sure that your priority is having mine resistant vehicles, especially --
Leon Panetta: I --
Charlie Rose: -- something that service men --
Leon Panetta: I --
Charlie Rose: -- have been talking about for years.
Leon Panetta: You have to look -- you have to look -- you have to look at everything. You've got to be able to talk it through, you've got to look at those systems. You've got to decide what's important to keep, what's not, you know, important, what reforms can be made. Uh, you know, when you're facing a $400 billion reduction over 12 years, if you're going to do it right, you've got to look at every area.
The Department of State warns U.S. citizens against all but essential travel to Iraq given the dangerous security situation. Civilian air and road travel within Iraq remains dangerous. This Travel Warning replaces the Travel Warning dated April 12, 2011, to update information and to remind U.S. citizens of ongoing security concerns for U.S. citizens in Iraq, including kidnapping and terrorist violence.
Some regions within Iraq have experienced fewer violent incidents than others in recent years, in particular the Iraqi Kurdistan Region (IKR). However, violence and threats against U.S. citizens persist and no region should be considered safe from dangerous conditions. Attacks against military and civilian targets throughout Iraq continue, including in the International (or "Green") Zone (IZ). Methods of attack have included magnetic bombs placed on vehicles; roadside improvised explosive devices (IEDs); mortars and rockets; human- and vehicle-borne IEDs, including Explosively Formed Penetrators (EFPs); mines placed on or concealed near roads; suicide attacks; and shootings. Numerous insurgent groups remain active throughout Iraq. Although Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) operations against these groups continue, attacks against the ISF and U.S. forces persist in many areas of the country. U.S. citizens in Iraq remain at a high risk for kidnapping.
While sectarian and terrorist violence occurs at levels lower than in previous years, it occurs often, particularly in the provinces of Baghdad, Ninewa, Salah ad Din, Anbar, and Diyala.
The security situation in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region (IKR), which includes the provinces of Sulymaniya, Erbil, and Dohuk, has been more stable relative to the rest of Iraq in recent years, but threats remain. U.S. government personnel in northern Iraq are required to be accompanied by a protective security detail when traveling outside secure facilities. Although there have been significantly fewer terrorist attacks and lower levels of insurgent violence in the IKR than in other parts of Iraq, the security situation throughout the country remains dangerous. Increasingly, many U.S. and third country business people travel throughout much of Iraq; however, they do so under restricted movement conditions and almost always with security advisors and teams.
"Turkey wants predator drones"
"Sometimes he wants to talk racism, sometimes not"
"Barack and Arnove try to dupe"
"2 women, 5 men"
"pride and disgust"
"The color line of Arnove"
"Netflix is in trouble"
"Hold off on the rewrites, Anthony Arnove"
"Boots on the ground"
"THIS JUST IN! A PLAN FOR THE PROBLEM!"
"His latest 'brilliant' idea"