Condi Rice: ‘Fortune,’ not ‘skill,’ protected America post-9/11

Published on Apr 16, 2012 by 

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice reflected on the Bush administration’s handling of America’s national security after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, saying that “fortune” and “not perhaps skill” kept the country safe. By Nicholas Ballasy…

Former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice on the Need for U.S. Leadership

Published on Apr 13, 2012 by 

Former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice discussed the importance of strong U.S. leadership in promoting peace and stability around the world.

OMG! MSNBC says Bush was RIGHT about North Korea

Published on Apr 13, 2012 by 

I was sure GW was going to get blamed for the North Korean‘s defiance of our position on them building nukes and nuke delivery systems but to my surprise GW was given credit for NOT listening to Powell and the rest of the politicians who wanted us to work with North Korea.

AWESOME! Obama’s Hall of Blame

by KEITH KOFFLER on MARCH 23, 2012, 9:18 AM

President Obama has passed the buck to others – mainly George W. Bush – for no less than 13 problems that characterize his presidency, suggesting time and again that his own policies are not to blame for his difficulties and he is simply doing the best that can be done with the cards he was dealt.

Even so, Obama is aggressively staking a claim for successes for which Bush shares significant or nearly all responsibility, including increased drilling for oil and natural gas, the end of the Iraq War, and the killing of Osama Bin Laden.

What follows is a roster of Obama’s efforts to assign blame for 13 problems that prevail or have faced him during his presidency. In several cases, the quotes here are just one or two of many that show Obama passing the buck on a particular issue.

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More Video Clips of Obama’s Gasoline Hypocrisy

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Once Upon a Time, George W. Bush Was Blamed, Attacked and Mocked For High Gas Prices By The Leftist Press and Democrats, But Today…. Obama Gets A Pass, Hypocrisy? You bet your sweet a**!

Remember when gas prices went up for a few months in 2006 and then again in 2007, And the DemocrRats and leftist all things Obama press attacked him every day? But for some reason they seem to be very quiet now that gas prices are over $4 and headed to $6. I wonder why? Could it be that their Messiah Barack Obama can do no wrong? Hypocrisy? You better believe it!

So let’s take a look at what Gas prices were when Obama took office….

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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz Stumped On Obama’s “One-Term Proposition” Promise

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is stumped on Obama’s own words about fixing the economy or being a one term president (January 8, 2012)

U.S. War Casualties in Afghanistan Have TRIPLED in Less Than 3 Years Under Obama

CNS News By Edwin Mora
October 3, 2011

Barack Obama has not yet served three full years as commander in chief, but the number of U.S. casualties in the 10-year-old Afghanistan war has now tripled since Obama was inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2009.

On that day, the total casualty count for the then-7-year-old Afghan war was 569. As of Sept. 30 of this year, it was 1,698.

The 1,129 additional U.S. casualties in Afghanistan since Obama took office equals 66.5 percent of all U.S. casualties there for the duration of the war.

With three months still to go, 2011 is already the second deadliest year of the war.

From January through September 2011, 340 U.S. service members have been killed in Afghanistan–only 22 fewer than the 362 who were killed  during the same span in 2010, which was the deadliest year so far for U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

The top three deadliest years of the war — 2010 (497 deaths), 2011 (340), 2009 (303) — have occurred under President Obama’s tenure.

At least 38 U.S. troops died in Afghanistan in September, making last month the second deadliest September of the war, exceeded only by September 2010, when 42 Americans died.

August 2011 was the deadliest month of the conflict, according to’s tally. Seventy-one U.S. troops died in August, including 30 on a helicopter that was shot down by insurgents on August 6.

The top five deadliest months of the war, which began October 7, 2001, have taken place under Obama’s presidency — August 2011 (71 deaths), July 2010 (65), June 2010 (60), October 2009 (58), and August 2010 (55). Historically, the Afghan summer months of June to September have seen the most fatalities.

The 1,129 military fatalities under Obama’s watch are almost double the 569 that took place under the eight years of the Bush administration.


Following is a list of the U.S. military personnel who gave their lives serving their country in Afghanistan during September 2011 and so far in October 2011. The list includes the hero’s name, age, hometown and date of death as reported by the Department of Defense.

– Sgt. Chester G. Stoda, 32, of Black River Falls, Wis., died Sep. 2, 2011
– Spc. Christopher J. Scott, 21, of Tyrone, N.Y., died Sept. 3, 2011
– Pfc. Christophe J. Marquis, 40, of Tampa, Fla., died Sept. 4, 2011
– Spc. Koran P. Contreras, 21, of Lawndale, Calif., died Sept. 8, 2011
– Pfc. Douglas J. Jeffries Jr., 20, of Springville, Calif., died Sept. 8, 2011
– Petty Officer Brian K. Lundy, 25, of Austin, Texas, died Sept. 9, 2011
– Sgt. Bret D. Isenhower, 26, of Lamar, Okla., died Sept. 9, 2011
– Spc. Christopher D. Horton, 26, of Collinsville, Okla., died Sept. 9, 2011
– Pfc. Tony J. Potter Jr., 20, of Okmulgee, Okla., died Sept. 9, 2011
– Pfc. Brett E. Wood, 19, of Spencer, Ind., died Sept. 9, 2011
– Staff Sgt. Keith F. Rudd, 36, of Winder, Ga., died Sept. 10, 2011
– Staff Sgt.Daniel A. Quintana,30,Huntington Park,Calif, Sep10, 2011
– Sgt. 1st Class Danial R. Adams, 35, of Portland, Ore., died Sept. 13, 2011
– Sgt. Rodolfo Rodriguez Jr., 26, of Pharr, Texas, died Sep. 14, 2011
– Cpl. Michael J. Dutcher, 22, of Asheville, N.C., died Sept. 15, 2011
– Sgt. Mycal L. Prince, 28, of Minco, Okla., died Sept. 15, 2011
– Staff Sgt. Michael W. Hosey, 27, Birmingham, Ala.,died Sept. 17. 2011
– Sgt. Garrick L. Eppinger Jr., 25, of Appleton, Wis., died Sept. 17, 2011
– Spc. Ryan J. Cook, 29, of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., died Sept. 18, 2011
– Spc. Chazray C. Clark, 24, of Ecorse, Mich., died Sept. 18, 2011
– Sgt. Timothy D. Sayne, 31, of Reno, Nev., died Sept. 18, 2011
– Spc. Jakob J. Roelli, 24, of Darlington, Wis., died Sept. 21, 2011
– Spc. Robert E. Dyas, 21, of Nampa, Idaho., died Sept. 21, 2011
– Lance Cpl. Terry C. Wright, 21, of Scio, Ohio, died Sept. 21, 2011
– Sgt. Rafael E. Bigai Baez,28, San Juan, Puerto Rico,died Sept. 23, 2011
– Pfc. Carlos A. Aparicio, 19, of San Bernadino, Calif., died Sept. 23, 2011
– Lance Cpl. Franklin N. Watson, 21, of Vonore, Tenn., died Sept. 24, 2011
– Sgt. Tyler N. Holtz, 22, of Dana Point, Calif., died Sept. 24, 2011
– 1st. Lt. Andres Zermeno, 26, of San Antonio, Texas, died Sep. 25, 2011
– Spc. Garrett A. Fant, 21, of American Canyon, Calif., died Sept. 26, 2011
– 1st Lt. Ivan D. Lechowich, 27, of Valrico, Fla., died Sept. 28, 2011
– Spc. Steven E. Gutowski, 24, of Plymouth, Mass., died Sept. 28, 2011
– Pfc. David A. Drake, 21, of Lumberton, Texas, died Sept. 28, 2011
– Lance Cpl. John R. Wimpey Cagle, 19, of Tucker, Ga., died Sept. 28, 2011
– Staff Sgt. Nicholas A. Sprovtsoff, 28, Davison, Mich,died Sept. 28, 2011
– Sgt. Christopher Diaz, 27, of Albuquerque, N.M., died Sept. 28, 2011
– Spc. James A. Butz, 21, of Porter, Ind., died Sept. 28, 2011
– First Sgt. Billy J. Siercks, 32, of Velda Village, Mo., died Sept. 28, 2011

– PVT Danny Chen, 19, of NY, died Oct 3., 2011
– LCPL Benjamin W. Schmidt, 24, of San Antonio, TX, died Oct. 6, 2011
– SPC Ricardo Cerros Jr., 24, of Salinas, CA, died Oct. 8, 2011
– CPT Drew E. Russell, 25, of Scotts, MI, died Oct. 8, 2011
– CPT Joshua S. Lawrence, 29, of Nashville, TN, died Oct. 8, 2011

Obama: Deporting more illegals than Bush ‘the statistics are actually a little deceptive’

Obama To Latinos Don’t Worry We Are Not Actually Deporting More Illegals Than Bush ‘the Statistics Are Actually a Little Deceptive’

On this day in history…

September 20, 2001, in an address to a joint session of Congress and the American people, U.S. President George W. Bush declared a “war on terror“.

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