Thursday, January 15, 2009

Worn out today, just some odd stuff

I'm not a fan of Sean Hannity, although I have to give him credit for the news that our prospective Attorney General, Eric Holder, has been tied to terrorist organizations. Are we surprised? Obama was too, but the main stream media did their level best to minimize it and bury it.

I guess that's why Holder (previously had served under Clinton) has such a strong aversion to water-boarding and wants Guantanamo shut down, and did his best to pardon criminals and reduce the sentences of fellow terrorists while he sat by and watched Clinton and Reno hold a church BBQ in a little town called Waco. He said he wasn't a fan of the death penalty, but apparently had little problem watching 21 children die that day.

You can read what Obama's nomination for US Attorney General is accused of being involved with here on Fox News.

Obama and his team aren't even in office yet, and they're already tainted by scandal.

If you follow the link off of water-boarding (either here or above) it will take you to a site called "How Stuff Works". It's a really cool site, and the link I have will take you to a video from Myth Busters on water torture, as well as a number of additional video segments on combat from the History Channel and the Military Channel.

In case you're wondering about the picture at the top of the page, that's the almond orchard at the end of my street last spring. Today it was 70 degrees here in my town, and I know many of you out there are freezing. I just thought I'd throw it in to remind you that winter does pass, and the greenery of spring will soon be here.


Cygnus MacLlyr said...

again with the cool links! love that show on discovery channel-how stuff works. i could spend my computer hours just linking from your site.
Great job, dude. Again!

HermitJim said...

The faces change, but the story stays the same. I am so tired of these "career" politicans and the illegal battles that they fight because they think themselves above the law!

Guess the more things change, the more they stay the same!