He had no manly influences in the home growing up .
It's the reason many Liberals are so wuss-like .
B.O., like most Libtards, is lost with-out his talking points
from the "Little Red Handbook" by Billy Ayers .
The dims do have a lock on the fudge comprressor vote though .
Most Americans wish BO was not their community organ grinder .
"The disappointment in President Barak Obama’s presidency has increased according to recent polls. The poll results show that the Republicans and Independents are mostly dissatisfied with his presidency, and there is about a quarter of Democrats that feel the same way about our first African American President.
The contributing factors that are related to the 59 percent of disappointed Americans include the handling of foreign policy and the economy. "
If the Raven were one iota as smart as you Bob, no one would have to point that
out to his pointy little head .
Cleaning up fearless leader's Libya mess .
It took just 60 seconds of frantic action for the U.S. Army's most elite force to #$%$ a wanted terrorist off the streets of Libya's capital, new surveillance video reportedly shows.
According to The Washington Post, which obtained the footage, surveillance video shows the early morning of Oct. 5 when the Army's Delta Force grabbed Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, better known as Anas al-Libi, from his car near his home in Tripoli.
The nighttime video appears to show al-Libi's dark car coming around a corner before a white van pulls up alongside. Another white car traps al-Libi's car in the front and men pour out of the white vehicles with weapons drawn. There's a brief scuffle and eventually al-Libi is pulled from his vehicle and into the van. Doors close all around and the two white vehicles quickly drive away, leaving the dark car to slowly roll forward. Another white vehicle, which had been waiting down the street, zooms by.
The whole thing takes almost exactly one minute -- "like brain surgery-level of precision," as one former Army special operations soldier told ABC News. A few seconds later, locals are seen coming out of their homes to see what all the commotion was about.
Al-Libi, who had been wanted by the U.S. for more than a decade for his alleged role in the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, was spirited from his Delta Force captors eventually to a Navy ship in the Mediterranean where he was believed to be questioned by the U.S. government's High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group.
Al-Libi was then brought to New York to face terrorism-related charges. He has pleaded not guilty. Al-Libi's attorney, Bernard Kleinman, told The Washington Post his client never swore allegiance to al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and was not involved in the embassy attacks.
The former special operations soldier who spoke to ABC News, who has been on similar "#$%$" missions .
BAGHDAD — A group of Sunni militants attending a suicide bombing training class at a camp north of Baghdad were killed on Monday when their commander unwittingly conducted a demonstration with a belt that was packed with explosives, army and police officials said.
The militants belonged to a group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, which is fighting the #$%$-dominated army of the Iraqi government, mostly in Anbar Province. But they are also linked to bomb attacks elsewhere and other fighting that has thrown Iraq deeper into sectarian violence.
Twenty-two ISIS members were killed, and 15 were wounded, in the explosion at the camp, which is in a farming area in the northeastern province of Samara, according to the police and army officials. Stores of other explosive devices and heavy weapons were also kept there, the officials said.
Eight militants were arrested when they tried to escape, the officials said.
The militant who was conducting the training was not identified by name, but he was described by an Iraqi Army officer as a prolific recruiter who was “able to kill the bad guys for once.”
ISIS militants drove into Falluja and the nearby city of Ramadi, both in Anbar Province, earlier this year with heavy weaponry, taking control of key intersections and offices of local authorities.
Local security forces and tribes have since re-established control in Ramadi.
But Iraq is developing a plan, with help from the United States, that would have Sunni tribes take the lead in ending the standoff with ISIS in Falluja, with the Iraqi Army in support, a senior State Department official told Congress last week.
Right, too complicated for you .
That's why Rush calls you, "low information voters", Chrissy .