Category Archives: War

69 Years Ago Today: The Battle of the Bulge

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Today marks the 69th anniversary of The Battle of the Bulge.

In late 1944, in the wake of the allied forces’ successful D-Day invasion of Normandy, France, it seemed as if the Second World War was all but over. But on December 16, with the onset of winter, the German army launched a counteroffensive that was intended to cut through the Allied forces in a manner that would turn the tide of the war in Hitler’s favor. The battle that ensued is known historically as The Battle of the Bulge. The courage and fortitude of the American Soldier was tested against great adversity. Nevertheless, the quality of his response ultimately meant the victory of freedom over tyranny.

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Closed Parks; Open Borders

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The National Park Service (NPS) has seemingly declared war on the citizens of this country (non-citizen, illegal aliens exempted, as they get special treatment).  Obviously, the NPS has become part of Barack Obama’s longed-for private army:

We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded [as the military].

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We the People of the USA Shall Never Forget the Atrocities of 9/11 (Open Thread)

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Attack on New York City September 11, 2001

We shall never forget the atrocities of 9/11/2001.  Continue reading

These Troops Are Not for Sale (Open Thread)

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Yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee.  Without apparent shame, he made the most amazing admission: Continue reading

Will Obama or Won’t Obama? (Open Thread)

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Will Obama attack Syria?  That’s the question.

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Tsarnaev Brothers Had No Gun Permits (Open Thread)

© Miri WTPOTUS April 22, 2013

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Last week, the Senate voted down expanded background checks, which would have covered all “advertised” private gun sales.  After the Boston Massacre of 4/15/2013, gun control advocates began predictably to call once again for more gun control legislation, and added control of the purchase of black powder, which allows a person to make or reload ammunition.  As many news reports have pointed out:   the Muslim Tsarnaev brothers had no permits to carry weapons, and yet they did, nonetheless.  Continue reading

MOSCA: The Obama Drone (Open Thread)

© Miri WTPOTUS February 28, 2013   Spoof alert.

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Thanks to an anonymous tip, WTPOTUS has breaking news about the MOSCA (Morphable Obama Stealth Cybernetic Agent)–the very first miniature drone developed by the Barack Obama administration. This fly-like drone actually flies and, exactly like a regular housefly, “drones” (on and on and on, like the president).

Unlike some other drone technology (e.g., Darpa’s Hybrid Insect Micro Electromechanical Systems), which inserts mechanics inside of a real insect, the MOSCA was designed to be a totally self-replicating cybernetic organism (or cyborg). Thanks to nano- and bio-technology, a MOSCA can thrive on crap (again, like the president), gathering all the raw material it needs to replicate from sewage. Groundbreaking technology allows the drone to lay “eggs” that develop into cyborg-maggots and then into full-sized MOSCAs, whenever necessary.  Continue reading

Benghazigate: Hillary Clinton Speaks

© Miri WTPOTUS January 23, 2013

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Today Hillary Clinton is finally going to tell her version of what happened in Benghazi, when four Americans lost their lives to Al Qaeda-associated jihadists.  Will it be more kabuki theater? Will she answer these questions?

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Dates That Live in Infamy (Open Thread)

© Miri WTPOTUS December 7, 2012

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Today is National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. Today we commemorate the “date which will live in infamy.” And so it does and so it shall.

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Susan Rice. Pudding or Toast?

© Miri WTPOTUS November 27, 2012

In light of the events in Benghazi and the spotlight now shining upon UN Ambassador Susan Rice, it behooves us to take a closer look at this woman, who apparently has been groomed for decades for positions of power in Washington DC.

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