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Terror Threat Stories, Juxtaposed August 29, 2014

Posted by geoff in News.
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I like scanning the collection of articles at lucianne.com. These two articles happened to be right next to each other, as you see from the screencap below.

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So Breitbart has the document that the Department of Homeland Security says doesn’t exist.

As Insty would say: “We’re in the best of hands.”

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1. lauraw - August 29, 2014

There’s already been scuttlebutt about foreign nationals other than Mexican, getting caught crossing the border. Chinese and Arabs specifically. I’d hazard that they only got caught because they stuck out. Some other folks who should not be here could look American enough to blend in.

2. Carlos - September 6, 2014

Heck, this admin is so bad they’re unaware the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, that the sky looks blue on a reasonably clear day, or that the prez only wants the perks of the job, not the actual job.

And @lauraw – heck, they’d stand out if they didn’t look somewhat Mexican/Central American. The Chinese don’t stand a chance that way, so they cross the Canadian border. It wouldn’t take much for most Arabs/Middle Easters to look “Hispanic” enough to pass, though. And remember, supposedly there’s a ton of American citizens that can enter and exit the U.S. legally, too, that have been/are being trained by ISIS/ISIL.

And the sicko piece of pig poop responsible for all this doesn’t realize he’s just a tool for them, and won’t have a seat at the table when they take over…

3. classydorms - September 9, 2014

The ill-fated invasion of Iraq by ex-president Bush and his cohorts, and its aftermath are nothing but a terrible tragedy. Destabilizing Iraq is all Bush’s legacy will be known for . The incompetence of two wars and trillions of dollars in debt. ISIS should be dealt with have two active Marines in my family. This is what is the after effects of BUSHCheney wars.

4. geoff - September 10, 2014

That would be an absolutely incorrect interpretation of history and assessment of the current situation.

5. daveintexas - September 10, 2014

We left a mere 30,000 troops in South Korea during their armistice (there was never a truce, they are still in a state of war)

And we kept the peace for 60 years.

Nature abhors a vacuum.


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