Thursday, August 25, 2011

53 Mexicans Murdered in Monterrey

I wonder if any of those guns are of the Fast and Furious variety?

Obama, Holder, et al, I hope you're happy with overt act of war in arming the internal enemies of our neighbor, Mexico.  You should all be extradicted for your crimes.

MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — Two dozen gunmen burst into a casino in northern Mexico on Thursday, doused it with gasoline and started a fire that trapped gamblers inside, killing 53 people and injuring a dozen more, authorities said.

The fire at the Casino Royale in Monterrey, a city that has seen a surge in drug cartel-related violence, represented one of the deadliest attacks on an entertainment center in Mexico since President Felipe Calderon launched an offensive against drug cartels in late 2006.

"This is a night of sadness for Mexico," federal security spokesman Alejandro Poire said in a televised address. "These unspeakable acts of terror will not go unpunished."

Calderon tweeted that the attack was "an abhorrent act of terror and barbarism" that requires "all of us to persevere in the fight against these unscrupulous criminal bands."

Nuevo Leon state Gov. Rodrigo Medina told the Televisa network that 53 people had been confirmed dead in the attack.

"But we could find more," said state Attorney General Leon Adrian de la Garza, adding that a drug cartel was apparently responsible for the attack. Cartels often extort casinos and other businesses, threatening to attack them or burn them to the ground if they refuse to pay.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Did Justice Department Know About Fast and Fuirous?

In my opinion, there is no doubt that Holder knew.  Watch this video and watch him say that he learned of it a few weeks before the scandal broke and yet he bragged about it in Mexico long before.

Mexico wants to indict those responsible for letting the guns walk and I don't blame them.  This was an act of war arming the internal forces aligning against the Mexican people and the government of Mexico.

Click the picture below to watch the video (not embedded).

And those in charge are being promoted and moved to other parts of the country, some in positions invented just for them.  While the whistleblowers are being retaliated against which is against Federal law.  Of course, we already know from the voter intimidation charges against the black panthers stemming from the '08 PA billy club swinging incidents that Holder won't enforce Federal law if the accused / guilty are "his people".

Tuesday, August 09, 2011

All of MiddleEarth Angry at McCain

Yesterday the Tea Party Hobbits (you know, US, the good guys who save the entire world!) politely asked Senator John McCain for an apology for turning the word Hobbit into an epithet.  Today, the Morder Orcs (Democrats) expressed their anger at him too.  In typical John McCain fashion, the venue was way too small and the doors locked 45 minutes before the event began.

I heard a clip of it on the radio where McCain said "...everyone wants to be rich..." and the crowd howled that no, they did not want to be rich!  LOL

If U.S. Sen. John McCain's town hall on Tuesday had a theme, it's that Greater Tucson has been dipped in a big vat of angry.

And the heat isn't just the domain of the tea party anymore, with progressives showing up in force, just as torqued as their conservative counterparts.

It didn't help the tenor that there were far too many people for the 150-seat venue at St. Marks United Methodist Church on the far Northwest Side. The doors were locked and people turned away 45 minutes before the event even started.

As McCain entered, waving, he was greeted by the standard applause, as well as the not-so-standard chant of "Where are the jobs?"

Although the crowd by applause agreed to some ground rules - no yelling, no shouting, respecting one another - they didn't mean it.

The catcalls and interruptions started early into his introductory comments, which McCain largely used to make his case that the economic situation has deteriorated under the Obama administration. Using a chart with the title, "He's making it worse," McCain said there are fewer jobs, higher gas prices, more regulations and lower housing values since the inauguration.

Monday, August 08, 2011

McCain Apologizes if The Hobbits Misunderstood

But he's not sorry he said it...why should I, he said, when it's the facts.  Do you understand that?  He's sorry that you hobbits are too stupid to understand what his highness said.

And, obviously, he fails to understand that the Hobbits save the entire world.  The Hobbits win!

I think John McCain might be Saruman.