Thank you, Andrew C. McCarthy

Andrew C. McCarthy has penned a piece that says exactly what I would say if I had the words. Here is an excerpt, and here is a link so that you can read the whole thing.

For the better part of two decades, Americans have been murdered by Islamists and then lectured that they are to blame for what has befallen them. We have been instructed in the need for special sensitivity to the unceasing demands of Islamic culture and falsely accused of intolerance by the people who wrote the book on intolerance. Americans have sacrificed blood and bottomless treasure for Islamic peoples who despise Americans — and despise us even more as our sacrifices and gestures of self-loathing intensify. Americans have watched as apologists for terrorists and sharia were made the face of an American Muslim community that we were simultaneously assured was the very picture of pro-American moderation. […] We look around us and we see our country unrivaled by anything in the history of human tolerance. We see thousands of thriving mosques, permitted to operate freely even though we know for a fact that mosques have been used against us, repeatedly, to urge terrorism, recruit terrorists, raise money for terrorists, store and transfer firearms, and inflame Muslims against America and the West. As Islamists rage against us, we see Islam celebrated in official Washington. As we reach out for the umpty-umpth time, we find Muslim leaders taking what we offer, but always with complaint and never with reciprocation. We’re weary, and we don’t really care if that means that Time magazine, Michael Bloomberg, Katie Couric, Fareed Zakaria, and the rest think we’re bad people — they think we’re bad people, anyway.

Sudden jihad syndrome

Jeff Head has updated his list of jihadi events in America.

This list represents the most publicized of the SJS events in America. There are undoubtedly many more. Many of these events have been attempted to be explained away by politicians and the media as acts of insanity or mentally disturbed individuals, where the tie and link to Islamic Jihad is either not reported or ignored…and this, in many cases when the perpetrator themself indicate that this is what their attack was about, waging Jihad against America and American citizens.

REPORTED INCIDENTS OF SUDDEN JIHAD SYNDROME IN THE U.S. SINCE 9/11/2001
(List is not exhaustive, does not include major organized terror attempts, un-reported SJS, so-called “Honor” killings, etc.)
Date Description & Location Perpetrtor & Weapon Killed Injured
2002-0105 Bank of America cessna crash, Tampa, FL Charles Bishra (Airplane) 00 00
2002-0522 Armstrong International Airport shootings, New Orleans, LA Patrick Gott (gun) 01 01
2002-0705 LAX Airline counter shootings, Los Angeles, CA Hesham Mohamed Hadayet (gun) 02 05
2002-1002 Beltway (& other) shootings, CA, AZ, TX, AL, MD, DC John Mohammed, Lee Malvo (gun) 17 05
2003-0323 Camp Pennsylvania sapper attack, Kuwait Sgt. Hasan Akbar (grenade, gun) 02 14
2004-0806 Muslim convert kills his Jewish friend, Houston, TX Mohammed Ali Alayed (knife) 01 00
2005-0111 Goodwin House retirement attack, Alexandria, VA Mustafa Mohamed (knife) 00 06
2005-1001 Univ of Oklahoma stadium bombing, Norman, OK Joel Henry Hinrichs III (bomb) 00 00
2005-1218 Home Depot car attack, Chandler, AZ Ali R. Warrayat (car, fire-bombs) 00 00
2006-0303 SUV attack, Univ of North Carolina, Chapill Hill, NC Mohammed Taheri-azar (car) 00 09
2006-0615 Movie Theater shooting, Baltimore, MD Mujtaba Rabbani Jabbar (gun) 01 00
2006-0625 Safeway Warehouse shooting, Denver, CO Michael Julius Ford (gun) 01 05
2006-0728 Jewish Federation shooting, Seattle, WA Naveed Afzal Haq (gun) 01 05
2006-0830 SUV rampage, San Francisco, CA Omeed Aziz Popal (car) 01 19
2007-0212 Trolley Square Mall shooting, Salt Lake City, UT Sulejman Talovic (gun) 05 04
2007-0220 Vanderbilt car rampage, Nashville, TN Ibrahim Ahmed (car) 00 02
2007-1023 Homestead Air Force Base gate attack, Miami, FL Tahmeed Ahmad (knife-fire bomb) 00 00
2008-0812 Hospital employees attacked, Minneapolis, MN Somali Teens (minors not named) 00 02
2008-0908 Subway hammer attack, Philidelphia, PA Thomas Scantling (hammer) 00 01
2008-1103 Jewish Students attacked at UC Berkely, CA Husam Zakharia (fists) 00 02
2009-0601 Army recruiting station shooting, Little Rock, AR Abdulhakim Muhammad (gun) 01 01
2009-1105 Ft. Hood, Texas mass shooting, Killen, TX Major Nidal Hasan (gun) 13 29
TOTAL: 46 110
SITE/LIST LAST UPDATED : November 20, 2009

Obama calls tea partiers “extremists”

… but warns against “jumping to conclusions” when an Islamic radical commits mass murder on a U.S. base.

Kevin Hall writes in the examiner

President Obama called the tea partiers “extremists” in front of Democrat House members. Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon said the President asked them, “Does anybody think that the teabag, anti-government people are going to support them if they bring down health care? All it will do is confuse and dispirit” Democratic voters “and it will encourage the extremists.”

Our President believes middle-aged, middle-class, Americans who exercise their First Amendment rights are “extremists”, but warns against “jumping to conclusions” when an Islamic radical commits mass murder on a U.S. base.

From his wildly inappropriate remarks in the early aftermath of the Ft Hood terrorist attack, to his knee-jerk defense of muslim terrorists, the current occupant of the White House continues to prove that he is unsuited for the office he holds. Obama has begun to give Jimmy Carter a run for the title of “Worst President in American History.”

muslim backlash

While the Obama administration and members of the MSM doggedly wring their hands in fear of the much-anticipated anti-muslim backlash, here is a composite of the Ft Hood dead: the victims of the most current muslim backlash.

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From top left, Specialist Jason Dean Hunt, 22; Sgt. Amy Krueger, 29; Private Aaron Thomas Nemelka, 19; Michael Grant Cahill, 62; Private Kham Xiong, 23; Staff Sgt. Justin M. DeCrow, 32. From bottom left, Private Michael Pearson, 21; Russell Seager, 51; Francheska Velez, 21; Capt. John Gaffaney, 56; and Major L. Eduardo Caraveo, 52

photo credit: AP, Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1225627/Fort-Hood-shootings-Army-major-Nidal-Malik-Hasan-kills-12-injures-31-shootout-troops-army-base.html#ixzz0WJR8ppEu

Religion of peace alert

For those who will not learn from history … click here

It’s time to get rid of these parasites. Send them back to wherever they came from.

H/t NRO

Sotomayor reversed again. It’s Haiku time

Sonia Sotomayor’s 60% reversal rate wasn’t helped today by the Supreme Court decision in the New Haven firefighters case, Ricci v. DeStefano.

Obviously, the Supreme Court is short on empathy.

Sotomayor haiku, anyone?

Wise Latina judge
prosperous torts struggle, dry
blunt answers recur.

—–

squeaky short childless
catapult peeps blankly sounds
reconsider, first

—–

dignified duty
cries cries fairly, proud, brave, pure
winners restore pride

—–

Not bad, huh?

Well, I had some help. H/A, and MM have a nice roundup of reaction from the blogosphere.

Trans-Nationalists And Gun Hater Confirmed By Senate As Legal Advisor To The State Department

After months of delays by the GOP, this nominee was finally brought to the Senate floor for a vote, which passed 62-35.
There were five alleged Republicans that voted ‘yea’ in the confirmation of this ridiculous excuse for a legal adviser. Even though you already know who they are, I will list them.

Collins (R-ME), Yea/ Snowe (R-ME), Yea
Lugar (R-IN), Yea/ Voinovich (R-OH), Yea
Martinez (R-FL), Yea

Why am I being so unflattering to the newest addition to the bizarre current administration’s confirmation?
Here is a clue, from his own mouth:

“If you want to be in the global environment, you have to play by the global rules,” Koh told a Cleveland audience.

As one source described him:

Koh’s positions treat our constitutional law as if it were a mere local ordinance on the greater world stage. This is of particular concern to gun owners at a time when the U.S. Congress is under pressure from President Obama to ratify an international gun control treaty with countries in the western hemisphere. That treaty, known by its Spanish acronym CIFTA, would likely serve as a forerunner to a more extensive United Nations initiative, the “Program of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in all its Aspects.”

Another source describes him this way:

Former Clinton administration official Harold Koh, who has been dean of the Yale Law School since 2004, once wrote that the U.S. was part of an “axis of disobedience” with North Korea and Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. Koh also has long held that the U.S. should accept international law when deliberating cases at home.

Obama nominated Koh on March 23 to become the State Department’s legal adviser — an appointment that, if confirmed by the Senate, will give Koh far-reaching influence over the extent to which international norms affect U.S. law.

“This is not a desk job. This guy will be the face of American international law around the world,” said Steven Gross, legal expert and fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation.

“The top legal adviser at State travels extensively and is involved in international legal negotiations, treaties and in major United Nations conferences.

“The president should have the right to choose the most conservative or liberal legal advisers to give them advice, but this is much more than that. The concern is that he cares as much about — if not more about — international law and integrating that into the American judicial system than he does about protecting American prerogatives and American sovereignty,” Gross said.

Koh, in an email to Yale Law, said this:

“I feel like I am setting sail on a thrilling new adventure,”

I suspect that thrill will be accompanied by a weird tingling sensation to the legs of certain members of the alleged progressive community.

Aside from his obvious support for internationalizing American law traditions, his ‘trans-nationalism’ is a direct threat to the sovereignty of our nation, which would effect every article of the Bill of Rights. Koh has said little to dissuade me, and others, that his perspective is not a danger to our Constitution.

On different occasions, Koh has stated the following:

In an article published in the Berkeley Journal of International Law in 2004, Koh wrote, “What role can transnational legal process play in affecting the behavior of several nations whose disobedience with international law has attracted global attention after September 11th — most prominently, North Korea, Iraq and our own country, the United States of America? For shorthand purposes, I will call these countries ‘the axis of disobedience.'”

In a Stanford Law Review article published in May 2003, Koh wrote that supporters of the International Criminal Court should bring pressure to bear on U.S. opinion “with an eye toward persuading U.S. officials that the ICC actually serves U.S. interests.”

“We should resist the claim that a War on Terror permits the commander in chief’s power to be expanded into a wanton power to act as torturer in chief,” Koh wrote in an article published in May 2006 in the Indiana Law Journal.

Koh also advocates a “transnational legal process” and has criticized the U.S. for its failure to “obey global norms.”

In a paper entitled “A world drowning in guns,” Koh maintains that a civil society cannot exist with broad gun ownership: “Guns kill civil society,” he said.

I know there will be some who praise his work as a legal scholar, and Dean of Yale Law, but to the majority of American citizens, who don’t give a Tinker’s Dam about what other countries in our hemisphere, or beyond, have to say about our Constitutional Republic, his perspectives reside in the koffee klatches of liberal academes, not the real world. That he supports subverting our Constitution to the whims of foreign courts is as absurd a notion as I’ve seen come down the pike.

As for the CIFTA, that was mentioned up above, I could provide a link to the formal treaty with its sophistic terminology, and let you muddle through it with glazed eyes, but I won’t do that to you.
Instead, here is an analysis of the treaty, which has been languishing away in dusty bins with other treacherous documents, by Gun Owners Of America.

Finally, under Article XXIX, if Mexico demands the extradition of a lawful American gun dealer, the U.S. would be required to resolve the dispute through “other means of peaceful settlement.” Does anyone want to risk sweltering in a Mexican jail at the mercy of the Obama administration?

There is also this excellent video by GOA, which explains nicely what the treaty could do.

We will have to wait and see if this lecherous individual will be as damaging to U.S. interests, as I and others fear.
For now we can only wait and see, and while waiting, fumigate our parties ‘big tent’ of such unworthy politicians, as the five who voted for this confirmation.

*CROSS POSTED*
At LGF2 and Urban Grounds.

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