The Blade's twisted priorities

There's something very telling about today's Blade, especially in the second section. There's a page 1, above the fold article about a dog recovering from a gunshot wound, complete with large photo. Meanwhile, on page 2 they stick an article about a local National Guardsman recovering from a suicide bombing in Afghanistan.

Sums up the Blades twisted priorities nicely, don't you think?

Afghanistan and Elkhart, Indiana The Twin Frauds of Obama

Goldman Sachs senior executives are arming themselves with New York gun permits, according to Alice Schroeder on The banksters “are now equipped to defend themselves if there is a populist uprising against the bank.”


WASHINGTON- Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) made the following statement after President Obama’s speech at West Point this evening.

AP source: Obama focusing on al-Qaida, not Taliban

AP source: Obama focusing on al-Qaida, not Taliban
By JENNIFER LOVEN, AP White House Correspondent Jennifer Loven, Ap White House Correspondent 35 mins ago
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama is prepared to accept some Taliban involvement in Afghanistan's political future and appears inclined to send only as many more U.S. troops to Afghanistan as are needed to keep al-Qaida at bay, a senior administration official said Thursday.

Where is the "outrage" over the "deadliest month for U.S. forces in the nearly eight-year war."?

Where is that Liberal screeching about 'bringing the troops home alive' and how all the Libs are "concerned" over Americans being "put in harms way"?

Where is that Indignance you Libs had with the Iraq war? Why aren't you protesting the surge in Afghanistan that is getting Americans KILLED AT A RECORD PACE?

Read it for yourselves,  you warmongers.

"More babies are not produced by many men sleeping with one woman"

A hair-raising peek into the Taliban and tribal influence in Afghanistan in the latest Rolling Stone Magazine does not give one optimism that either McCain or Obama really understands what we are up against in that country. More troops will not produce the desired result.

"we're not going to win this war."

Decisive military victory in Afghanistan is impossible and the Taliban may well be part of a long-term solution for the country, the senior British commander in Afghanistan was quoted as saying Sunday. The Sunday Times newspaper quoted Brig. Mark Carleton-Smith as saying that "we're not going to win this war."

9/11 seven years later: U.S. 'safe,' South Asia in turmoil

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Seven years after 9/11, al Qaida and its allies are gaining ground across the region where the plot was hatched, staging their most lethal attacks yet against NATO forces and posing a growing threat to the U.S.-backed governments in Afghanistan and nuclear-armed Pakistan .

US shift seen to Pakistan, Afghanistan

"WASHINGTON - In a shift with profound implications, the Bush
administration is attempting to re-energize its terrorism-fighting war

Bush Asks for $46 Billion More for Wars

Monday October 22, 2007 7:16 PM


Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush asked Congress on Monday for another $46 billion to fund the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and finance other national security needs. ``We must provide our troops with the help and support they need to get the job done,'' Bush said.

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