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Thursday, October 16, 2014

It's a Katy Bar the Door Thing

Dear America,

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maybe it's just me, but I just can't bear to listen to it.

The absolute protection of a nation's entire health and welfare should never be left in the care of the politics of it.

Some of you may remember a few 'days' back, my brief remarks on dealing with a medical emergency --  when my girl, all the way on the other side of the country, required a 911 call and a brief stay at a local emergency room.  Fortunately, all was well at the end of the day and she returned to her dorm in time for afternoon tea and life went on as if nothing had ever happened.

As with all emergency calls -- the paramedics and hospital staff don't discriminate.  They just do.  They jump to the task at hand at the mercy of the circumstances at play, no matter what.  

And how many times have people boarded a plane bearing symptoms of the flu -- slight fever, aches and pains, and just dying to get home to their own bed?

And President Obama cancels a fundraiser?  Now?
He had to get his sleep the night of the Benghazi attacks just to get to where ever it was the next day.... Los Angeles,.... Las Vegas...can't remember; no matter, he sure couldn't cancel those plans. But he stopped everything to gather the troops to talk about Ebola?  

I thought everything was under control?

After hearing of the missile downing a passenger jet over Ukraine, life went on business as usual.    After hearing of one of own be beheaded by ISIS, golf went on for the afternoon totally unaffected.   What's so different about this situation that prompted the discriminating gesture of throwing off the best laid plans and prompt your full attention, Mr. President?

And if I hear Thomas Frieden say 24/7 one more time....well I ought-ta...

no, no, here's a good quote (thanks to CNS News):

“I think there are two different parts of that equation,” he continued. “The first is, if you’re a member of the traveling public and are healthy, should you be worried that you might have gotten it by sitting next to someone? And the answer is no.”
“Second, if you are sick and you may have Ebola, should you get on a bus? And the answer to that is also no. You might become ill, you might have a problem that exposes someone around you,” he said.

The thing is -- as I may be sounding very well all over the place -- I'm not alone in my flighty outbursts of contradiction and confusion; I have plenty of company...CDC, check.  NIH, check, White House, check check.

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How is it that this morning  -- after authorizing the second nurse to board the Frontier flight from Ohio back to Texas -- the CDC mulls over the possibility of changing protocol and putting all medical personnel who just happened to have come in contact with the patient who died in Texas, suddenly land themselves on the "no-fly" list --  AND YET, no one seems all that concerned about banning flights from the African countries  at the heart of the Ebola virus?  Come fly, come all.

Are you kidding me?
And you know -- it's funny (not really) -- how is it that as things progress, or rather, regress -- the effective protocols in place require change?   

And on top of that, how is it that our president is considering sending more troops -- National Guard -- to Liberia?

Again, with the contradictions being sharply illuminated by the politics of it all.  

We can send our steadfast National Guard into a situation containing absolute danger of contracting a deadly virus, in the protection of non-citizens, but we can't send our National Guard to our borders to protect us?   

Until we truly have a handle on this thing called Ebola, wouldn't it be smart  -- in the protection of  America and all of our citizens -- to quarantine -- to quarantine all 300 million of us, that is?

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And if, in fact, we know that the virus contagion can be active in the body for 21 days, how do we really know how vulnerable the public truly is, even before someone coming down with a fever?

If the CDC director, Tom Frieden, tells us we need to "stop it [Ebola] at the source"  -- doesn't that mean keep it within the borders on the continent of Africa?  

Our healthcare system is already being tested in ways unimaginable with added costs and regulations and bureaucracy and subsidizing  -- how is it even possible to put the African Ebola epidemic at the top of the list of things to do?  [personal note: bear in mind, seven hours in the emergency room after simply fainting and accidentally hitting the head costs about a grand per hour.  NO kidding.  I wonder what it will cost in the care-taking of an entire nation (or three) of the Ebola virus?]

And what about this news breaker -- via the Washington Times -- here's the opening:

The Centers for Disease Control told the incoming Obama administration in 2008 that it should establish 18 regional disease detection centers around the world to adequately safeguard the U.S. from emerging health threats like Ebola, according to an agency memo.
But six years later, as the government struggles to contain the fallout from a deadly Ebola outbreak at home and abroad, the CDC still has only 10 centers — and none of them operates in the western Africa region hardest hit by the deadly virus.

2008 was a long time ago.

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So here we are, instead of putting our troops on the border, we are putting them at risk by physically traveling to places like Liberia to assist in the containment of this virus; while, here at home, leaving our borders open to whatever.   And when I say 'whatever' the list is growing:   illegal immigrants, illegal gang violence, illegal Islamic Extremists, and the illegal spread of all kinds of infectious and deadly diseases.  Come one, come all.

We can't be seen as intolerant or discriminating in any possible way...even if such actions protect the health and welfare of our own.

While to continue on this thread of being all over the place, let's applaud a couple actions of the free market.

British Airways, who began suspending flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone back in August, is extending the restrictions through MARCH!   Cue the Liberian diplomat who calls such actions knee-jerk and contempt-able...and bear with me now as I link to The Telegraph for more on that.

And what kind of help does an Ebola Swat Team accomplish after the fact, the day after another person in America has been infected, Mr. President?

And let's cue Pete Hoekstra, former House Intelligence Chairman, via Newsmax, highlighting conflicting optics:
"The director of the CDC yesterday saying, 'We've got all of our rules and regulations and the protocols, they're all very, very clear,' and then people are saying, 'Well, if everything is so well understood and they work so well, why is it that we now have two nurses that have Ebola?'
As Newsmax goes on to add:

The Michigan Republican says the Obama administration needs to "step back, take a deep breath. Before you say you got it under control, understand exactly what's going on." 
Hoekstra contends that this is another example of the administration's putting "politics before policy." 
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I don't know...
I say, let's pass the hat around and take donations, and send money.

Ask for volunteers to go to Africa -- to assist.

Stop all flights from the infectious countries until such time we have things under control.

Send medications.  Send food and water.  All while working personnel to and fro don Hazmat suits.

And close our border...Maybe until March...We'll see,
I'll have my people get back to your people.

Let's have a summit.  Create a task force.  Soon.  
Lord knows, we have plenty of shovel ready jobs ahead.

Yes, I'm being flip and all over the place all the way to the brutal end.

Make it a Good Day, G

Oh my:  THIS JUST IN!  An area of Southwestern College, in a south county of San Diego, Chula Vista --  has just gone on lock down, and full quarantine AFTER a student who had apparently come in contact with the nurse in flight exhibited symptoms.  She vomited in class and confessed to the possibility of just maybe...hopefully it's nothing.  Maybe she's got the flu.  No No, maybe it's worse, maybe she's pregnant.

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Thursday, October 9, 2014

It's Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice...Thing

Dear America,

plucked from a recent email from one of my favorite organizations, Liberty Counsel, little g finds great inspiration...Matthew Staver quotes our sixth president, John Quincy Adams...

 "The precept of the Quran is, perpetual war against all who deny, that (Mohammed) is the prophet of God ... As the essential principle of (Mohammed's) faith is the subjugation of others by the sword; it is only by force, that his false doctrines can be dispelled, and his power annihilated. The commands of the prophet may be performed alike, by fraud, or by force."

Of course, this left me stabbed down the center of my being in a split decision, arguing with myself over which way to go with it --  whether I was going to use this snippet of JQA as the seed, prompting me to seek and find more...Or, would I sit stymied by frustration and do nothing with it, letting the absurdity devour me from the inside out and fully abandon any opportunity for true enlightenment?

But splendid is as splendid does.

In the process of unearthing the more, I discovered a brand spanking new website -- Apologetics Press.  Although -- let me clarify:  Apologetics Press is hardly new; it's birth dates back to the seventies!  It's merely new to me.

And along these lines of the more I know, the more I learn I don't know -- how crazy is it that our government has known about the threat of Islam for so very long?  How mind-boggling to realize that John Quincy Adams had studied and written in-depth on the subject, recording it for all future generations of government to take note --  to heed --  to perhaps take advantage of -- and most importantly, to use such knowledge in the security and protection of our Constitutional Republic.

As I begin to think -- what a freakin' waste of expertise and fair warning.

Now normally I would give you all a tidbit or two, a morsel, just something to stave off the hunger pangs, but today, I say no.  If you want to know what I read @ Apologetics Press you will need to go to @ Apologetics Press -- so just hit THIS.  My deep appreciation goes out to Dave Miller, who wrote the post, as well as to the entire organization, for producing such a bounty of knowledge for all to partake (and without asking for anything in return.)    Just think of it as a place where fruits of the Vine run amuck and it is good.  So good.  How could anyone say no to that?

New subject, same topic:  Go Duncan Hunter.

The THING is:

When responding to the question as to what do we know and when did we know it...America?

Oh, we've known.

We've known everything we need to know on Islam for a very long time.  And it isn't bigotry, Ben Affleck.

So here are my final thoughts on the day, this day:
Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.

Make it a Good Day, G

Thursday, October 2, 2014

It's Who is Being Naive, America ...It's an Un-checked Contagion Thing

Dear America,

so don't we all love technology...

until it sucks.

Oh yes, says the girl who refuses to get a smart phone...

Frustrated is the day everything breaks.  And when I say "everything" -- I mean, my every thing, my life, my love, my blog, my connection to the world and to the people I adore ... my computer; it's the everything that makes it possible to make all things, and any possible thing, go boom. 

And as ponder what I just said, I feel like I'm channeling 'Charlie' of the AT&T commercials.  when he says, "I know, I can't imagine living without it...it's a place people come, to share knowledge and ideas..."  just before his jaw drops at the number of likes on his selfie...[ a hundred, btw].   The old gthing can so relate.

Actually, let me take that back; I can't relate -- as a hundred likes has never happened on anything I've posted.   It would make my jaw drop, too.  But I digress.

gosh, I love him.  He had me at "did it hurt?...when you fell from heaven"...

But to save the day here, let's move on.org.

I believe the last thing we talked about was the latest illumination of a "new" terrorist group:  the Khorasan Group.

At the time, if you recall, little g was somewhat mocking it's arrival on the news front, thinking it sounded more like a Hedge Fund.   Turns out -- little g wasn't that far off, now was she?

As you say, what?  

stop speaking in tongues and explain yourself...

okay.  I WILL.  And more than that, I will count on somebody else to do it --  somebody with the brass and access to the intelligence and the personal background, to say so.   So take that and read THIS: The Khorosan Group Does Not Exist.  [It's been talked about and shared all over the internet for days now...And it explains just about everything.  Enjoy.]

It's painful, isn't it?

It's painful having all this knowledge at out fingertips and with very little power to do anything about it.

Did you know that within Obama's United Nations speech he applauded a controversial Muslim Cleric?

Cue, The Washington Free Beacon's Adam Kredo, who brings tidings of sweet alarm in his post, Obama Praises Muslim Cleric Who Backed Fatwa on Killing U.S. Soldiers.


Now don't you think somebody else -- somebody other than me --  as in our president --  has some esplainin' to do?

There are not words, there is no explaining your way out of that one, Mr. President.  But is anyone going to really call him out on it?

Interesting is Steve Wynn's attempt at calling out the fraud.

Recently interviewed, Wynn basically said on NBC News that he is "stunned at the immaturity of this administration...since '08...we elected a man as president who had no experience on anything -- nothing --what did you expect? "

And my reply:


And all of a sudden Micheal Corleone is ringing in my ear..."oh. Who's being naive, Kay?"

Oh. Who's being naive, Steve?

Barack Obama being UNqualified, UNprepared, UNvetted, and IN-experienced in just about everything, with NO record (scratch that, make that an edited record, of bad sorts) made him the all too marketable, priceless, invaluable tool to the whole. And when I say "whole" -- we are talking about The Left ----- the super pac powerful, think tank supplied, George Soros sourced, mainstream media politicized and supported,  progressively undermining, take down of everything AMERICAN... the brash, asinine, we can only "co-exist" if you are Left, Left.

His "immaturity" that you speak --if we can all agree to disagree to call it that -- was an advantage.

He is the face for The Left to make it all possible.

He's the hardware to make all the software behind the scenes to make the change, to make the FUNDAMENTAL TRANSFORMATION all possible, from the roots.

No, no, I got it.

Obama is the ebola of our time in American government; he is the face of an UN-checked contagion.  He is the face of a virus infecting all of us -- his administration is destroying not only the very foundation from which this country stands, he is infiltrating every facet of our lives and livelihood and making us, as a nation, completely, recklessly, unconscionably, ill to the point, quite possibly, of no return.

There is one more thing I encourage you to read today.

It just might explain how easily the fraud is all getting done, and better still, UN-done.

For this we turn to Hillsdale College and it's monthly newsletter, Imprimis: The History and Danger of Administrative Law.  As all newsletters. it is a written adaptation of a speech made by the guest speaker, Philip Hamburger,  Hamburger comes with a qualified, vetted, resume a mile long.

And given I really, really, really want you to read the whole thing, I will do my best not to give it all a way right here and right now. But let's just say, Hamburger makes a few stunning, mature, remarks on the subject of everything Constitutional and everything that's not.  And it's all available on the world wide web for everyone!  Isn't that great!  Isn't it just marvelous!  Isn't the internet wonderful!

Hamburger says at one point, 

I argue that the rise of administrative law is essentially a re-emergence of the absolute power practiced by pre-modern kings.  Rather than a modern necessity, it is a latter day version of a recurring threat -- a threat inherent in human nature and in the temptations of power...

Whereas ordinarily kings bound their subjects through statutes passed by Parliament, when exercising prerogative power they bound subjects through proclamations or decrees -- or what we today call rules and regulations.  Whereas ordinarily kings would repeal old statutes, when exercising prerogative power they issued dispensations and suspensions -- or what we today call waivers.  Whereas ordinarily kings enforced the law through courts of law, when exercising prerogative power they enforced their commands through prerogative courts -- courts such as the King's Council, the Star Chamber, and the High Commission -- or what we today call administrative courts...

AND so on...


Obama is the face of a man with intent to do harm to America, no question in my mind.  He is the face of an highly organized fraud against everything we know and love. 

And this  is not fanaticism speaking.

We are in the midst of unchecked power running a muck...whether discussing the economy, illegal immigration, foreign affairs, healthcare...and it's all about control, absolute control.  It's all about change, fundamental change, transforming America in every way, absolutely.

He made it perfectly clear before he was president; and he has methodically double downed on it in the every day thereafter.  He has continued to use his connections, his position of power, his deep-seated judgement against this country,and virtually every hardware and software known to man and made available to all, to his advantage.

And just in case I haven't made my point :  THIS Administration is the face of a world wide web of deceit in motion and it may just kill us before they are done.

and isn't that just grand.

Make it a Good Day, G

And what the hell is the Senior Adviser to the President of the United States doing on The Good Wife?    How dare you corrupt one of my favorite shows?  Ugh.
Seriously?  How can anyone take this administration seriously when it implants it's propaganda into our day to day like this?  And she wasn't even good!   But thank you... talk about transparency... thank you.  Some of us can see right through the emperor rising and leaving imprints in it's wake.  Kinda like tracking cookies.