British explain Obama’s foreign policy – humor

Something on the lighter side for the weekend. More truth than fiction. Have a great weekend!

Yes, Prime Minister’ Clip Explains Obama’s Foreign Policy in Less Than a Minute 


Cantor loses Primary!!

Politico and RCP will have the returns as they come in,  Real Clear Politics give Cantor as lost. Wow, a good day for us.

Virginia District 7 (R) Post Results to Twitter (87%)
Candidates Votes Percent
Brat 33,275 55.9
Cantor 26,263 44.1

Enjoy!!! Lets see how the rest will roll. Not so great Hot Air on this one! So much for Immigration Eric.

Media coverage of young illegals pouring over the border in Texas the past few months, whether induced by DREAM and DACA or not, may have ended up killing him. Show of hands, House Republicans: Who’s up for passing amnesty this summer now?

Read more at Hot air Open thread.

As for Cantor, people like Laura Ingraham and Mickey Kaus have been fighting the good fight on air and online for weeks in trying to drum up interest in his challenger, Dave Brat. For good reason: This race has, to some extent, become a referendum on amnesty, particularly Cantor’s enthusiasm for the sort of DREAM amnesty that’s now created a humanitarian crisis at the border. The better Brat does, the sterner the warning to House Republicans that an amnesty this summer could be painful this fall. Brat’s done a nice job making Cantor sweat, forcing him to spend more and fight dirtier — replete with a few well-placed bald-faced lies — than anyone expected. Realistically, though, an unknown candidate’s not beating the House majority leader in a primary. No undecided voter is going to forfeit the influence their district has in the House right now in order to roll the dice on Brat. The best we can hope for is a race that’s closer than expected, so that the GOP House caucus sits up and takes notice, but I think we’re going to end up disappointed here too. I’m guessing Cantor takes 65-70 percent, capping a glorious night for fans of immigration reform.


Obama Official: Bergdahl “Worthy of Sympathy” if He Joined Taliban to Protest “Psychopath” Platoon Leaders

Here we go. The bashing continues against the military. This man should lose his job. Will he? Of course not. Apparently the administration was shocked that Bergdahl’s fellow soldiers spoke out. Did they really think they would be Obamabots?  We have this first balloon:


First we have:  On Wednesday’s “Today Show,” NBC’s senior White House correspondent Chuck Todd reported that “a few [White House] aides describe it to me as ‘we didn’t know that they were going to Swift Boat Bergdahl.’”Chuck Todd: White House Aides Accuse Vets of ‘Swift Boating …In a later tweet, Todd didn’t dispute that the White House used the derogatory term “swift boat” to “describe Bergdahl’s platoon reaction.”.An Obama administration official has floated the idea that Bowe Bergdahl was justified in deserting his platoon in Afghanistan and joining the Taliban over disagreements with the platoon’s leadership.

Now today:

Brandon Friedman, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs for the Department of Housing and Urban Development posted a series of tweets Wednesday evening. (He joined the Obama administration in 2009 at the Veterans Administration. Left in 2012 and rejoined the administration at HUD in 2014)

Friedman speculated that Bergdahl deserted over bad leadership of his platoon and that is why his fellow soldiers were smearing him.

Brandon Friedman @BFriedmanDC

Here’s the thing about Bergdahl and the Jump-to-Conclusions mats: What if his platoon was long on psychopaths and short on leadership? (1/5)
11:44 PM – 4 Jun 2014

Here are his tweets defending deserter Bergdahl:

Here’s the thing about Bergdahl and the Jump-to-Conclusions mats: What if his platoon was long on psychopaths and short on leadership? (1/5)

What if he grew disillusioned with what he saw, didn’t trust his leadership, and walked off? Legal? No. Worthy of sympathy? Maybe. (2/5)

If that were the case, the soldiers in his platoon would have all the more reason to smear him publicly now. (3/5)

Given other examples, it’s not out of the realm of possibility–and more reason to withhold judgment until after an investigation. (4/5)

I’m not a fan of such speculation, but this story could not be more unbalanced–with so many premature calls of “traitor.” (5/5)

More at gateway Pundit with original tweets.

CFPB Government agency scraps employee ratings

No less a mark of things to come. Now there will be simply no way to remove any employee. I thought I would throw in a reminder of Elizabeth Warren as well, whose fame came with the CFPB. The agency falls under the Federal Reserve, and she made certain that there was no congressional oversight permitted.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the watchdog agency conceived of and established by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) After all, we are all equal in Warren’s eyes.

The Daily Caller reports:

One government agency has decided that the results of employee ratings are too discriminatory, and eliminated the process entirely. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced on Monday that it will now award all employees the highest rating regardless of performance reviews.

The CFPB, which oversees transactions in the financial sector for the federal government, decided to no longer conduct employee reviews because there were just too many apparent “significant disparities” between the races, ages, and locations of its employees.

According to American Banker, this new policy is set to cost over $5 million dollars, as it will now pay employees as if they received the highest evaluation score. The previous system ranked staff on their performance from a scale ranging from one to five, with five being the best score a CFPB staffer could receive after a review of their work on the job.

“Treating the agency’s highest-rated employees the same as its lowest-rated ones is the opposite of fairness, Thomas Brown, a columnist for, wrote in a Wednesday piece lambasting the decision. “Hard-working, conscientious workers (and, yes, the federal government does have those) deserve to be treated better and paid more than workers who, say, persistently show up late and turn in shoddy work.”


Memorial Day Tribute

I hope everyone is having a great weekend. A special remembrance to World War II veterans whose members are leaving us every day. Well done, and thank you for your sacrifices. Here is Gene Autry’s  special ”Old Soldiers Never Die” tribute.


Map of States with most common language other than English or Spanish


Here is an interesting map for a Saturday. One can think about how these States came to have the folks arrive in their State. Thanks to Carpe Diem

Maps of the day

1. Most Common Language by US State, excluding English or Spanish


Google Executive promoting the idea of microchipping

Google’s executive gives away just what the company has in mind for the future. This is the same company who works hand in glove with the Obama regime.

Below is a video of  DARPA director and Google Executive Regina Dugan promoting the idea of microchipping humans.

Ask yourself, what if this becomes a requirement for authentication and identification? To withdraw money or go to the grocery store? Would you do it?

These microchips would be implanted under the skin, and allow the wearer’s movements to be tracked and store personal information about them. This kind of reminds us of George Orwell’s “Big Brother” police state doesn’t it?

According to a report drawn up by a team of academics for (then) Britain’s Information Commissioner Richard Thomas in 2006, within the next couple of years our almost every movement, purchase and communication could be monitored by a complex network of interlinking surveillance technologies (if it isn’t already). (2) This isn’t about safety and national security, it’s about controlling the human population even more so than it is today. We live in the illusion of freedom where our potential as a human race to create something better is not wanted. We spend our entire lives working and acquiring little pieces of paper to gather the necessities we need, and in doing so we become blind to what is really happening on, to, and around our planet. Many people are starting to wake up and realize a lot of the so called threats we face and have been facing are largely manufactured and fabricated in order to justify a specific agenda, agendas that deal with the black budget world

Move the video up to about 5 minute mark first., The beginning will become more clear how perverse these folks are afterward.

H/T:Collective Evolution

Sources: (1) (2)

Earlier post:


“My view of Mr. Soros is that he is one of the most important people in the world today in terms of the impact he has had”.

“What we shared is a belief in changing the world from the bottom up, not from the top down.” Obama told Google employees during a 2007 visit to its headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.  (Didn’t Van Jones say something like that?)

Three reasons to be wary of Google Eric Schmidt, the former CEO, he is on the White House council for science and technology, co-chaired by John Holdren. Second point — they are working with hard-core leftists. Eric Schmidt is on the board of an organization called the Politics of Trust Network. You might recognize a couple of other names on that board like Van Jones, oh, and Drummond Pike, the former CEO and founder of the Tides Foundation. In 2010 the Google, Inc. charitable giving fund of the Tides Foundation gave over $145 million directly to nonprofits and academic institutions. Google has made donations in the seven figure range to George Soros is doing that, too, one of farther left political action groups in America. They also gave money to the Trickle Up Program, a big recipient of cash from the Tides Foundation and George Soros’ Open Society Institute. And speaking of George Soros, here is Eric Schmidt saying this about George Soros. “My view of Mr. Soros is that he is one of the most important people in the world today in terms of the impact he has had”.


Obama never made it to the situation room during Benghazi killings -UPDATE

Nothing to see. Now we know that as far a Obama was concerned, he had little interest. It is curious why Tommy Vietor decided to give an interview to Bret Baier, Fox News of all people. Is it getting too hot at the top and are starting to sing? Any ideas? Very interesting, And our gal Hillary, how much interest did she have?

UPDATE: Dude, that was two years ago. What a nasty little twerp

Former NSC Spokesman Tommy Vietor Tells Fox News Bret Baier, “Dude, Benghazi was two years ago.” Can’t remember if he changes talking points. By the way,CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell last week at a hearing said the CIA had nothing to do with the talking points or video story. That it was a terrorist attack since day one.

Obama never made it to the Situation Room


Tommy Vietor was there. Obama wasn’t.

Tommy Vietor: I was in the Situation Room that night. Ok. And we didn’t know where the ambassador was. Definitively.

Bret Baier: Was the president in the Situation Room?

Vietor: No…

Baier: Where was the president.

Vietor: In the White House.

Baier: He wasn’t in the Situation Room.

Vietor: Uhh. At what point in the evening. He was constantly… It’s well known that when the attack was first briefed to him it was in the Oval Office. And he was updated constantly…

Baier: Sp then when Hillary Clinton talks to him by phone at 10 PM, he’s where?

Vietor: I don’t know. I don’t have a tracking device on him in the residence.

Baier: But you were in the Situation Room and he wasn’t there.

Vietor: Yes.

The Consulate was under attack and Obama never made it downstairs to the Situation Room!
Via Special Report:


H/T:Gateway Pundit

Bunkerville returns to life!

Many many thanks for the concern about  Bunkerville going dark for a great period. I fled the Bunker for warmer climes for the winter, and found a respite from the woes for the world and the need to energize, seductive in removing myself from the news that gets more grim by the day.

That, and not having a direct connection to the internet, and the requirement to make reservations at the local library for time was the last hurdle I could not overcome.

I now have a direct connection, a permanent home and now look forward to getting back in the fray.Thanks to all for keeping up the good fight. Even the most moribund need to come to life now that the news arrived that Obama plans on giving away control of the Internet. With the juices flowing again, I look forward to visiting all  of my dear fellow bloggers who are much more than that.

Thanks again, and I apologize for not filling in the blank spot.

The Clinton’s Dead Friends – more than one could imagine

As promised, I am continuing to post on the Clinton’s bad acts until these tired fingers can post no more.  For those who wish to learn about how deadly it can be to know the Clintons, this is a good beginning. While several of the dead mentioned are a stretch, for the most part, a bit of investigation would have to lead one to believe, “Now isn’t that some coincidence.” Through the coming weeks, I will cover many of those “departed” in detail as to their relationships, and each of us can come to our own conclusion . H/T The Republican Mother for sending the video.


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