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  • Right wing cyber attacks on website confirmed

    11/17/2013 5:55:46 AM PST · by Beave Meister · 95 replies ^ | 11/14/2013 | David Phillips
    Yesterday, the House Homeland Security Committee published a video on their Youtube page highlighting a portion of the committee questioning Roberta Stempfley, acting assistant secretary of the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Cyber-security and Communications, who confirmed at least 16 attacks on the Affordable Care Act’s portal website in 2013. Roberta Stempfley highlighted one successful attack that is designed to deny access to the website called a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. A DDoS attack is designed to make a network unavailable to intended users, generally through a concerted effort to disrupt service such as repeatedly accessing...
  • Obama: 'I Didn't Set a Red Line' on Syria

    09/04/2013 6:35:11 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 184 replies
    Obama: 'I Didn't Set a Red Line' on Syria Daniel Halper September 4, 2013 9:31 AM President Obama said in Sweden today that he personally "didn't set a red line" on Syria: "First of all, I didn't set a red line," said Obama. "The world set a red line. The world set a red line when governments representing 98 percent of the world's population said the use of chemical weapons are [inaudble] and passed a treaty forbidding their use, even when countries are engaged in war. Congress set a red line when it ratified that treaty. Congress set a red...
  • Michelle Obama: ‘Instead of Pointing Fingers and Placing Blame, Barack Got to Work’

    09/17/2012 4:24:06 PM PDT · by Justaham · 105 replies ^ | 9/17/12 | Melanie Hunter
    First lady Michelle Obama, speaking in Gainesville, Fla., on Monday, said that while the nation was on the verge of another Great Depression, President Barack Obama did not assign blame – instead “he got to work.” “The economy was losing 800,000 jobs every month, and a lot folks wondered whether we were headed for another great depression. Now this is what Barack faced on day one as president. That’s what awaited him, but instead of pointing fingers and placing blame, Barack got to work, because he was thinking about folks like my dad, like his grandmother,” the first lady said....
  • The rush to blame

    01/10/2011 3:24:25 AM PST · by Scanian · 21 replies
    NY Post ^ | January 10, 2011 | John Podhoretz
    We will know. This is how the mur derous slaughter in Tucson differs from the Virginia Tech and Columbine massacres. The killers in those cases were dead by the time they ended, and their suicides ensured we would never be able to get to the bottom of them -- what combination of their own genes, upbringing and cultural influences led these monsters to such bottomless evil. But Jared Loughner isn't dead. His apprehension means we will eventually have a definitive explanation for this act -- that it won't be left to ideologically interested parties to stitch together a politically convenient...
  • VIDEO: Timeline shows Bush, McCain warning Dems of financial and housing crisis; meltdown

    09/28/2010 2:17:46 PM PDT · by Nachum · 32 replies · 2+ views
    Youtube ^ | 9/28/10 | fox
    The Bush Admin and Senator McCain warned repeatedly about Fanny Mae and Freddy Mac and what thus became the 2008 financial crisis -- starting in 2002 (and actually even earlier -- in the Clinton and Carter White Houses. Democrats resisted and kept to their party line, extending loans to people who couldn't afford them -- just like you would expect of socialists.
  • Pelosi still Crazily Blaming Bush after all these years

    06/16/2010 8:18:22 AM PDT · by Alaphiah123 · 7 replies · 177+ views
    Creating Orwellian Worldview ^ | 6/16/10 | Alaphiah
    It was a political strategy that served its users well. It won Democrats major victories in 2006 and 2008. So one understands why Democrats are so reluctant to let go of their “Blame Bush” cash cow. Nevertheless, enough is enough. Americans were appalled at the images of Somalians dragging dead U.S. soldiers bodies though the streets of Mogadishu in 1993 under President Bill Clinton. And in like fashion, Americans are equally as put off by the incessant and puerile finger pointing by Democrats by which they drag the name of George W. Bush through the partisan political streets of blame...
  • Three fingers of blame point back at Obama in Oil Spill

    05/17/2010 5:17:25 AM PDT · by Alaphiah123 · 3 replies · 320+ views
    Creating Orwellian Worldview ^ | 5/17/10 | Alaphiah
    I call it the paradox of finger pointing at the finger pointers. In a holier-than-thou sermon last Friday which was meant to be an update to the American people regarding the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico president Barry Hussein Soetoro pontificated on the evils of companies finger pointing at one another and not owning up to their corporate responsibilities. However in the midst of the president’s homily if one listened closely one could hear the faintest mea culpa also in a speech which resonated largely in, “do as I say, but don’t finger point as I do” tones....
  • Democratic Officials Respond To Finger Pointing

    01/19/2010 5:10:10 PM PST · by Servant of the Cross · 4 replies · 484+ views
    the Atlantic ^ | 1/19/2010 | Marc Ambinder
    The best I could do is get a senior party official to respond to the Coakley memo on background. Rest assured -- this is a SENIOR party official, not some junior party official who is freelancing. This response represents what the DNC, DSCC and the White House think about the Coakley campaign."This memo is a pack full of lies and fantasies ... The candidate in this race and the campaign have been involved in the worst case of political malpractice in memory ... "
  • The Buck Started with Obama

    01/12/2010 7:48:25 AM PST · by Alaphiah123 · 2 replies · 212+ views
    Creating Orwellian Worldview ^ | 1/12/10 | alaphiah
    I read something hilarious. An article entitled, President Obama: 'The buck stops with me' by JOSH GERSTEIN & LAURA ROZEN published on line Politico. (see article) I thought how funny, president Soetoro and his sycophants are betting that he can get away with feigning “Presidential” responsibility for the near tragedy where nearly 300 America citizens could have been murdered. This instead of president Soetoro assuming personal responsibility for this almost tragedy. What arrogance to assume that he only has to take official responsibility thinking that no one would ascribe to him the actual blame that he deserves. It's commonly accepted...
  • MS-NBC: Intelligence Failure a 'Conspiracy' against Obama? (Sit down before reading)

    01/08/2010 10:12:30 AM PST · by SE Mom · 86 replies · 2,979+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 8 January 2010 | William Tate
    ...MS-NBC spent much of its Monday prime-time promoting the spurious contention that intelligence agencies may have deliberately allowed the attempted Christmas Day plane bombing to proceed in order to make Obama look bad. This contemptible idea was floated during the "Countdown" comedy hour when The Sportscaster reported "Breaking News" that White House sources believe the intelligence community's failure to stop the plot "might have been intentional and not accidental." Further, "the information was in some way deliberately withheld from some higher or broader authority to make someone look bad," leaving little doubt that the victim of this new, vast right-wing...
  • Grim Obama says terror attack 'dots' not connected

    01/05/2010 10:47:54 PM PST · by libh8er · 32 replies · 1,021+ views
    AP ^ | 1.6.09 | Ben Feller
    President Barack Obama scolded 20 of his highest-level officials on Tuesday over the botched Christmas Day terror attack on an airliner bound for Detroit, taking them jointly to task for "a screw-up that could have been disastrous" and should have been avoided. After that 90-minute private reckoning around a table in the super-secure White House Situation Room, a grim-faced Obama informed Americans that the government had enough information to thwart the attack ahead of time but that the intelligence community, though trained to do so, did not "connect those dots." "That's not acceptable, and I will not tolerate it," he...
  • Obama: No more 'finger-pointing' (LOL)

    01/05/2010 12:03:41 PM PST · by markomalley · 27 replies · 1,132+ views
    Politico ^ | 1/5/2010 | JOSH GERSTEIN & CAROL E. LEE
    President Obama will deliver a stern warning to his appointees at a meeting Tuesday afternoon that he won’t tolerate efforts by the CIA, the State Department and others to shift blame for the recent intelligence foul-up to other parts of the government, said spokesman Robert Gibbs. “We are going to move beyond agency finger-pointing,” Gibbs told reporters. “The president will not find acceptable a response where everybody gets in a circle and points at someone else. The American people won’t accept that.”
  • The Sullied Savior Blames Bush

    10/03/2009 3:18:56 AM PDT · by Scanian · 29 replies · 2,389+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | October 03, 2009 | Jeannie DeAngelis
    In May of 2008, Times Online ran an article entitled, Barack Obama: the New Great Redeemer. The author, Gerard Baker, recognized something many American voters at that time were unwilling to admit, which was, The idolatry of Mr. Obama is a shame...The Illinois senator is indeed, an unusually talented, inspiring and charismatic figure...But he is not a saint. He is a smart and eloquent man with a personal history that is startlingly shallow set against the scale of the office he seeks to hold... If the past 40 years have taught us anything they have surely taught that premature canonization...
  • Bill Clinton's tirade stunned some delegates

    04/02/2008 10:52:51 AM PDT · by NRG1973 · 13 replies · 132+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | April 2, 2008 | Phillip Matier & Andrew Ross
    The Bill Clinton who met privately with California's superdelegates at last weekend's state convention was a far cry from the congenial former president who afterward publicly urged fellow Democrats to "chill out" over the race between his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Barack Obama. In fact, before his speech Clinton had one of his famous meltdowns Sunday, blasting away at former presidential contender Bill Richardson for having endorsed Obama, the media and the entire nomination process. "It was one of the worst political meetings I have ever attended," one superdelegate said. According to those at the meeting, Clinton - who...
  • Bill O'Reilly LIVE Thread: Chris Wallace coming up

    09/25/2006 5:11:10 PM PDT · by DTogo · 89 replies · 3,317+ views
    FoxNews Channel ^ | Sept. 25, 2006 | DTogo
    Chris Wallace coming up next to discuss his interview with former President Clinton, and behind the scenes stuff.
  • The NHS scandal that cost a young boy's life ( and it was really CHEAP! )

    08/24/2006 8:34:54 AM PDT · by Broker · 35 replies · 1,772+ views ^ | 22nd August 2006 | NATASHA COURTENAY-SMITH
    I remember him coming rushing in from the garden that afternoon, in tears and covered in blood. After running his finger under the tap and seeing how deep the gash was, I decided to take him to our local A&E department at the King George hospital in Goodmayes, Essex. Tony cried all the way there but soon perked up at the sight of the hospital and the doctors. Because his wound was bleeding so heavily, we were rushed straight through to see a doctor and Tony was given a painkilling injection. When the doctors said they wanted to transfer Tony...
  • Documents Show Katrina's Political Storm

    12/03/2005 6:47:10 PM PST · by digger48 · 19 replies · 1,074+ views
    AP ^ | 12-03-05 | Connie Mabin
    NEW ORLEANS - As Hurricane Katrina roared ashore and thousands of people waited days amid the floodwater for rescue, a series of letters passed between the governor and the White House that reveal delays, claims that requests for federal help weren't received, and concerns on both sides about public relations. Gov. Kathleen Blanco late Friday released 100,000 pages of memos, handwritten notes, e-mails, phone logs and other documents requested by congressional committees that are now investigating what happened behind the scenes in the frantic days surrounding the deadly Aug. 29 storm. Among those documents are the back-and-forth communications between Blanco's...

    09/13/2005 8:44:59 AM PDT · by George Smiley · 9 replies · 2,561+ views
    Louisiana State Legislature website ^ | various | The Louisiana State Legislature
    CHAPTER 6. THE LOUISIANA HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE AND DISASTER ACT These links refer back to the original Louisiana Legislature pages from which I compiled the body of the post. §721. Short title§722. Purpose§723. Definitions§724. Powers of the governor§725. State emergency and disaster agency; powers of adjutant general§726. Office of homeland security and emergency preparedness; authority and responsibilities§727. Powers of the parish president; penalties for violations§728. Parish homeland security and emergency preparedness agency§729. Parish homeland security and emergency preparedness agency authorities and responsibilities§730. Interjurisdictional homeland security and emergency preparedness agency§730.1. Interjurisdictional homeland security and emergency preparedness agency; providing assistance...
  • JURIST - Paper Chase: Federal government tried legal takeover of Katrina operations: state official

    09/08/2005 6:07:47 AM PDT · by George Smiley · 55 replies · 2,025+ views
    Federal government tried legal takeover of Katrina operations: state official    Kate Heneroty at 11:15 AM ET [JURIST] The Washington Post reported Sunday that Bush administration officials sent a draft legal memorandum to Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco just before midnight Friday asking her to request a federal takeover of the evacuation of New Orleans, according to a source within the state's emergency operations center. Administration officials had been seeking direct unified control over local police and National Guard units that would otherwise be under the Governor's jurisdiction. According to a senior Bush official, the President has the power (by state...
  • The Worst of America- The Best of America

    09/03/2005 10:58:37 AM PDT · by sactodan · 165+ views
    SactoDan Blog ^ | September 3, 2005 | SactoDan
    When I saw the looters on TV and heard about the criminals and thugs taking advantage of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina I thought to myself, this is the worst of America. I was wrong. The worst of America are the race-baiters and the Monday morning quarterbacks who have come out in the wake of the disaster response, even before the job is done. This is not to deny there is still racism in America. Craig Deluz points out an example of the Associated Press releasing two stories, one with whites characterized as finding food, another with a black doing...