This is all unconfirmed and in the area of daily Prozac and tinfoil hats, but is it going around internet just the same. I am only posting it because it fits so nicely in my prediction as to how the bombing investigation will go down.
Would the Obama admin and John Kerry lie if the suspect turned out to be a Saudi Jihadist instead of a right wing radical as the state run media is already trying to propagandize as a possibility?
I think yes!
Plus, the great Pam Geller is on it, so it wouldn’t surprise me if it turned out to be true…
(Atlas Shrugs) – Steve Emerson just broke the shocking news that the Saudi National, Abdul al-Harbi, first questioned in the Boston bombing, is going to be deported on “national security grounds.” He is from a very powerful Saudi family with many terrorist ties. Abdul al-Harbi is a devout Muslim from Medina.
I said it takes longer than 15 hours to investigate all of Abdul al-Harbi’s relatives, friends, acquaintances, and business and school friends.
Keep Reading… (or don’t unless you want to be pissed off)
As conservatives we have very few feel good moments these days, so enjoy this one…
I guess when you are hosting a show that is being destroyed by reruns of SpongeBob SquarePants, you will do about anything to remain relevant.
This communist SOB is determined to destroy the 2nd amendment…
Obama: ‘This was a pretty shameful day in Washington’
(CNN) – President Barack Obama lashed out Wednesday at those in the U.S. Senate who voted against a compromise proposal to expand background checks on firearms sales, saying those who defeated the legislation “decided it wasn’t worth it.”
He blamed the defeat of the deal on “the gun lobby and its allies,” saying those against the legislation “willfully lied” about its provisions.
“All in in all, this was a pretty shameful day in Washington,” he said, as families who lost loved ones in the Newtown school shooting stood around him. Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in the head in a mass shooting, also stood by his side.
He said “we can do more” to impose stricter gun laws and warned that “if this Congress refuses to listen to the American people … the real impact is going to have to come from the voters.”
He urged people to tell their senators they were disappointed by the vote.
“Those who care deeply about preventing more and more gun violence will have to be as passionate and as organized and as vocal as those who blocked these common sense proposals to keep our kids safe,” he said.
“I see this as just Round One,” he added.
Mark Barden, the father of a Newtown school massacre victim, said he and others will return home “disappointed but not defeated.” He appeared before Obama spoke in the White House Rose Garden.