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lackofzzzzzz 110 posts  |  Last Activity: 5 hours ago Member since: Feb 16, 2005
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  • The Race Card!.....

    Obama Says......Better than American Express.

    “I use it proudly and I use it often.”

    "I sure love my Race Card! It comes in handy whenever I find myself in a mess I've made. I just bring it out and 'voila', the mess is overlooked. In fact, there's no limit on how many times I can use it! I highly recommend the Race Card. Don't leave home without it."

    (Also endorsed by Al $harpton, Jessie Jackson, racist Rev. Wright, Kanye Kardashian, and Eric Holder.)

  • White House exempts Syria airstrikes from tight standards on civilian deaths....

    Amid reports of women and children killed in U.S. air offensive, official says the 'near certainty' policy doesn’t apply.

    The article is too long to post.....But it 's just another example of the King Changing the rules to fit His situation!

  • Reply to

    To many people

    by biddermon_ca 9 hours ago
    lackofzzzzzz lackofzzzzzz 6 hours ago Flag

    Look in the Mirror and you will see the Biggest Racist on this board!......

  • While the LIAR in Chief Looks like NOTHING is Happening!.....

    FORT RILEY, Kansas --
    The Department of Defense today identified the 1st Infantry Division as the headquarters unit to deploy as part of the upcoming transition of authority in Iraq. The deployment involves a division headquarters element to support the combatant commander's mission requirements.
    About 500 Soldiers from the 1st Inf. Div.’s Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion will deploy to the Central Command area of responsibility in late October. Of those 500, about 200 will deploy to Baghdad and Irbil, Iraq, as part of the 475 troops President Barack Obama authorized Sept. 10 to deploy to Iraq part of the nation’s strategy to degrade and destroy ISIL. The troops will advise and assist the Iraqi Security Forces to help them go on the offense against ISIL and conduct intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance flights. This will also increase the United States’ capacity to target ISIL and coordinate the activities of the U.S. military across Iraq.
    “As brave, responsible and on-point Soldiers in the ‘Big Red One,’ we stand ready to deploy anywhere in the world to protect the United States of America, her citizens and her allies,” said Maj. Gen. Paul E. Funk II, 1st Inf. Div. and Fort Riley commanding general. “We are ready for anything because we know we have the nation behind us.”
    The Big Red One Soldiers will replace service members who have been in Iraq since June. These forces provide a similarly sized headquarters staff to oversee the expanded range of activities that these U.S. personnel in Iraq were assigned and expand the headquarters of the Joint Forces Land Component Command, which has operational control over activities in Iraq reporting to U.S. Central Command.
    The 1st Inf. Div. Soldiers will begin to deploy in October and are preparing for a one-year mission.
    Media inquiries regarding the division headquarters’ deployment should be directed to the 1st Infantry Division Public Affairs Office at (785) 307-6744.

  • 'Big Red One' HQ will deploy to Iraq.....

    The 1st Infantry Division headquarters will deploy to Iraq in the coming weeks as the U.S. expands its war against the Islamic State, officials announced Thursday.

    The Big Red One, of Fort Riley, Kansas, will be the first division headquarters to go to Iraq since the U.S. withdrawal in 2011.

    About 500 soldiers will deploy in late October to the Central Command area of operations, Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby said Thursday in a briefing with reporters.

    About 200 of those soldiers will be in Iraq as part of the 475-troop increase announced Sept. 10 by President Obama, Kirby said.

    Of that group, 138 will be in the Baghdad joint operations center, 68 in Irbil, and 10 at the Ministry of Defense in Baghdad, he said.

    “They will have command and control of ongoing advise and assist efforts in support of Iraqi and Peshmerga forces, and continue to help us all degrade and destroy [the Islamic State],” Kirby said.

    The remaining 300 soldiers from 1st Infantry Division headquarters will be based in the CENTCOM AOR; Kirby would not specify where they will be stationed. These soldiers will support the rest of the headquarters element, “but right now there’s no plan to put them inside Iraq,” Kirby said.

    The deployment of the 1st Infantry Division soldiers will increase the U.S.’ capacity to target the Islamic State and coordinate the activities of the U.S. military across Iraq, according to a news release from the division.

    “As brave, responsible and on-point soldiers in the ‘Big Red One,’ we stand ready to deploy anywhere in the world to protect the United States of America, her citizens and her allies,” said Maj. Gen. Paul Funk, the division commander, in a statement. “We are ready for anything because we know we have the nation behind us.”

    The soldiers are preparing for a one-year mission, according to the division.

    The division headquarters will join its 1st Brigade Combat Team in the region; the brigade deployed to Kuwait in June as part of the regular rotation of forces there. The brigade serves as Army Central’s contingency response force, a long-standing capability for the volatile region. So far, the brigade has not been tasked for the fight in Iraq and leaders have said this is not the start of a new ground combat mission.

    In Iraq, the 1st Infantry Division headquarters is expected to be responsible for coordinating the efforts of the 1,600 troops President Obama has already sent there. Many of these troops are advising and assisting the Iraqi Security Forces, others are providing extra security, while others are providing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities.

    The headquarters also will head up the joint operations center that since July has been run by Maj. Gen. Dana Pittard, the deputy commanding general for operations for U.S. Army Central. The 1st Infantry Division soldiers will replace troops who have been in Iraq since June, according to information from the division.

    The 1st Infantry Division headquarters last deployed to Iraq in January 2010, where it served for 12 months in Basra as the headquarters element for U.S. Division-South.

    The division headquarters next deployed to Afghanistan in April 2012. During that tour, the headquarters assumed authority of Regional Command-East and was responsible for operations throughout 14 provinces in eastern Afghanistan. At the time, the division was led by then-Maj. Gen. William Mayville, who is now a three-star and director of operations for the Joint Staff.

    Today, the 1st Infantry Division is led by Funk, an armor officer who is a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    In recent months, the division has remained busy even as it has been downsizing as part of the service’s ongoing drawdown.

    The division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team was the first brigade to be aligned with a geographic combatant command under the Army’s regionally aligned forces concept. The 2nd BCT was aligned with Africa Command and spent more than a year sending small groups of soldiers to AFRICOM’s area of operations for military-to-military engagements, exercises and other theater security cooperation activities as needed by the AFRICOM commander.

    The brigade recently handed off the mission to the division’s 4th BCT.

    Meanwhile, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, at Fort Knox, Kentucky, was inactivated this summer, and the division’s 1st BCT remains in Kuwait for its nine-month tour.

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno recently discussed the importance of the service’s two-star division headquarters.

    “The complexity of the environment that we have to operate in now, and probably the next 10 to 15 to 20 years, we need these headquarters,” he said. “If you ask me one of the stress points in the Army, it’s our headquarters.”

    The Army has 10 division headquarters, including two in Afghanistan and one in Korea.

    On Monday night, the U.S. mounted its first airstrikes in Syria, targeting the Islamic State and also the Khorasan group, a little known terrorist cell.

    Monday night’s massive air assault hitting 22 targets across Syria was a historic operation that signals a new expansion of a war that is likely to last for years.

    U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps aircraft dropped precision-guided missiles on two separate and distinct extremists groups, targeting command-and-control headquarters, barracks, training camps logistical nodes and other sites, defense officials said.

    “You are seeing the beginning of a sustained campaign,” Mayville, in his capacity as the Joint Staff’s director of operations, told Pentagon reporters Tuesday.

    Staff writer Andrew Tilghma

  • lackofzzzzzz lackofzzzzzz Sep 27, 2014 7:09 PM Flag

    Google.....'Big Red One' HQ will deploy to Iraq

    Now Why do you think That is being done?.....................................................

  • Strange....the only thing that Stopped him was a GUN!

  • lackofzzzzzz lackofzzzzzz Sep 25, 2014 11:04 AM Flag

    Now That one Deserves to go to Prison!

    He was just Scared to death and Too Jumpy to be in the job!

  • lackofzzzzzz by lackofzzzzzz Sep 25, 2014 11:02 AM Flag

    Can't Wait to hear Why!....

  • Reply to

    Question on War

    by biddermon_ca Sep 23, 2014 3:05 PM
    lackofzzzzzz lackofzzzzzz Sep 23, 2014 3:47 PM Flag

    You forgot War on Whites....

    JB alone has expended Thousands of hours on that little project! Not that JB's time is worth anything.

  • Reply to

    fascists of the gop targeting people

    by cloudyplayer438 Sep 22, 2014 5:19 PM
    lackofzzzzzz lackofzzzzzz Sep 22, 2014 6:29 PM Flag

    Kinda like Your black panthers stationed outside of polling places with Baseball Bats?

  • The implant is specifically designed to be injected in the forehead.

    When properly installed, it will instantly allow the terrorist to speak to ALLAH.

    It comes in various sizes: Generally from ..223 to .50 cal.

    The exact size of the implant will be selected by a well-trained and highly skilled technician,
    who will also make the injection.

    No Anesthetic is required. The implant is likely to be painless.

    Side effects, like headaches, nausea, aches or pains are extremely temporary.

    Some bleeding or swelling may occur at the injection site. In most cases, its not noticeable.

    Please enjoy the security provided for you by the Armed Forces of America.

    Best regards,

  • By Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

    It may come as a surprise to President Obama, but he has actually proved that when it comes to foreign policy and the war on terrorism, President George W. Bush and America have been right all along. After years of an Obama foreign policy that existed simply to be the opposite of whatever Mr. Bush did or would do, Islamist terrorism and Middle East turmoil have exploded. As Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has noted, the Islamic State is “a force and a dimension that the world has never seen before.”

    The left, led by Mr. Obama and his sycophantic supporters, truly believed all the world’s ills were the result of America’s arrogance and intrusion. The left’s juvenile solution was to remove America from the scene and cut her down to size. Their theory presumed that if the world saw how Mr. Obama, the messianic Anti-Bush, was punishing America and removing her caustic influence, all balance would be restored, love and peace would prevail, and unicorns would once again fly over the rainbow.

    Oh, yes, and Islamist terrorism would stop and the Middle East would prosper — so long as America was on her knees.

  • lackofzzzzzz lackofzzzzzz Sep 14, 2014 5:27 PM Flag

    You sure as hell spend Alot of time thinking Way too much about male body parts.....

    But that's to be expected from a screaming transgender that lives in San Francisco!

  • That's why he was Thugging his way through the Hood were he lived!

    I'm SURE he was just out to Spread the word of Christ while he was STEALING those Cigars and Threatening the store clerk!

  • I assume Burning the Constitution will be on the List!.....

    We Have to do Something about ISIS.....But wasn't Asking Congress the way it was set Up?

  • CHICAGO (AP) — Seven people, including three 15-year-olds, are accused in a machete attack that left a deep wound on a man's head after he and his brother refused to flash gang signs at a Chicago train station, authorities said Wednesday.

    The attack occurred early Monday at the Kedzie Brown Line stop on the city's northwest side. Cook County State's Attorney's office spokeswoman Tandra Simonton said a 26-year-old man and his 17-year-old brother were sitting there when the seven suspects — four adults and three juveniles — surrounded them and told them to flash gang signs.

    When the brothers refused, saying they were not in a gang, one of the adults threw a beer he was holding to the ground, pulled a machete out of his pants and "held it to the throat of one of the victims."

    One of the juveniles pulled out a box cutter and pointed it at one of the brothers, too, Simonton said.

    The suspects blocked the brothers' path so they couldn't escape. The older brother tried to keep the situation from escalating further, but "one of the defendants swung the machete at him ... causing a massive head wound," she said.

    She said the blow left a gash 6 inches long and 1.5 inches deep on the man's head, adding that the attack was captured on Chicago Transit Authority surveillance video. The man was taken to an area hospital, where he received about 30 stitches.

    View galleryThis undated photo provided by the Chicago Police Department …
    This undated photo provided by the Chicago Police Department shows 20-year-old Kevar Preston. Presto …
    Police said the seven were all arrested about 45 minutes after the attack not far from the station.

    At a court hearing Tuesday, the four men were formally charged with felony counts of robbery, aggravated battery with great bodily harm, and trespassing on CTA property.

    The man police say swung the machete, 18-year-old Mario Elvira, was ordered held in lieu of $450,000 bond at the hearing. A second suspect, 20-year-old Kevar Preston, was also held in lieu of $450,000 bond. Bond for Jean Salvatierra, 23, and Kevin Ramirez, 19, was set at $250,000 each.

    Police in a news release said one of juveniles, a 15-year-old boy, was charged with aggravated assault and trespassing on CTA property. Two other teens — a 15-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl — also were charged with trespassing on CTA property, police said.

    The adults are due to return to court Sept. 15.

  • Where are Ya JB???????????????????????????????

  • HEY JB!....This One's for YOU!......

    Violence occurred at a Kroger grocery store parking lot in Memphis, Tennessee on Saturday night, according to a Fox News story and video reported upon on Sunday. At least three persons, according to the report were beaten by a group of teenagers, and the violent actions were caught on video by a person who works at the store. A 25-year-old man said he was attacked by the mob of teenagers as he was walking to his car in the store’s parking lot.

    Two teenage Kroger employees – aged 17 and 18 – hurried to help the man being attacked, but both of them were said to have been repeatedly hit in the head and face. The employees said the mob threw pumpkins that weighed more than 20 pounds at their hands after the two had fallen to the ground. Those actions are verified in the video that was taken. Both of the employees who were trying to help the man lost consciousness due to the physical attack they encountered.

    According to a CBS report on the incident, the three persons were attacked by a large group of teenagers at 9:15 p.m. on Saturday. The specific location of the Kroger grocery store given by CBS is at Highland and Poplar in Memphis. Kroger has confirmed to CBS that two of their male employees were attacked in their parking lot and taken to the hospital. They were later released to their parents.

    Toney Armstrong, the Memphis police director released a statement on the incident which said that they are fully aware of Saturday night’s incidents. He said that it is extremely troubling to see how many young people were involved – especially on the heels of last week’s youth forum. Armstrong said that a lot of Memphis’ citizens are working to provide safe and productive alternatives for Memphis’ youth. For those that choose not to take advantage of the opportunities, he asserted, authorities will work tirelessly to identify, locate and hold the attackers accountable.

    He indicated that the mob action against the three at Kroger demonstrates a lack of parental controls and that, if warranted, the parents of the attackers will be held accountable as well. Though Fox News and CBS reports do not mention race, a host of media reports clearly state that this incident was black-on-white crime, including a Breitbart report. Those who have commented online regarding the black-on-white attack are justly asking where President Barack Obama, Attorney Eric Holder, and the mainstream media are and why they aren’t reporting the racism involved in this horrific crime story. More than 24 hours after the incident, as of Sunday night, the story continues to get very little attention by the mainstream press.

  • Reply to

    Why dont they simply lock the doors??

    by salem06410 Sep 8, 2014 5:17 PM
    lackofzzzzzz lackofzzzzzz Sep 8, 2014 8:31 PM Flag

    But Yapoo Just Loves Pedophiles!....

    So you should fit right In!

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