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Jan 27 2013

Your Tax Dollars Arm Al Qaeda

The most important question not asked during the long-delayed Shrillary–Benghazi Dog and Pony Show: Why is our rogue government supplying arms to al Qaeda?

Follow-up question: considering that the federal government has been arming al Qaeda while attempting to disarm American citizens in direct violation of the Constitution, why have Obama, Clinton, and the rest not been charged with treason?

On a tip from The Only Other Conservative in Seattle.

15 Responses to “Your Tax Dollars Arm Al Qaeda”

  1. Jester says:

    Why is our rogue government supplying arms to al Qaeda?

    Pretty easy answer to that one.

  2. Skyfall says:

    So to recap: We will PAY for Al Qaeda to have fully automatic weapons, but American law abiding citizens are about to lose the ability to arm themselves (and pay for it themselves).

    One other point: if you restrict arms, ammo and make the carrying and use of a weapon so dangerous (legally, that is), what you do is give the bad guy the advantage in every situation. HE won’t hesitate to carry or fire a weapon. The law abiding citizen will.

    Your government means you harm.

  3. Beef says:

    “why have Obama, Clinton, and the rest not been charged with treason?”

    Who would charge them? The idiots who couldn’t coordinate an effective line of questioning to a criminally incompetent Secretary of State? The congress about to fold on amnesty? The party that couldn’t defeat the President with the worst record in American history?

    When traitors rule, treason is rewarded.

  4. Eleanor in Hell says:

    Who but Lucifer would name their News site “The Blaze”?

  5. Dr. 9 says:

    That’s a very good question under that caption. But here’s a better one. How could the weak, gullible, and mindless American sheeple, the ones who’s hard-earned tax dollars are being spent on those weapons, tolerate this?

  6. A. Levy says:

    Finally, a victory for We The people.

    A federal court delivered a serious blow to the Environmental Protection Agency’s renewable fuel agenda, ruling that the agency exceeded its authority by mandating refiners use cellulosic biofuels, which isn’t commercially available.

    The court sided with the country’s chief oil and gas lobby, the American Petroleum Institute, in striking down the 2012 EPA mandate that would have forced refineries to purchase more than $8 million in credits for 8.65 million of gallons of the cellulosic biofuel. However, none of the biofuel is commercially available.

    “[W]e agree with API that EPA’s 2012 projection of cellulosic biofuel production was in excess of the agency’s statutory authority,” reads the court decision…

  7. Chip Jones says:

    Please read my articles at Conservative Report Online ( and get a broader picture. We have been reporting about the geo-political aspects as well as details of how the arms were funneled to Al Qaeda in Libya and how they were being TAKEN from them leading up to Benghazi, and our continued support of Al Qaeda cells in Syria. Pay special attention to the fact that we are supporting Islamist revolts against secular governments exclusively

  8. OldmanRick says:

    Fascinating. We are using borrowed money from China to arm al Qaeda to take out secular governments while attempting to disarm American citizens. There is something seriously wrong with this picture unless this is part of the divisive, disingenuous, whiny, sniveling narcissistic brat’s plan to remake the US into an islamic state controlled by the muslim brotherhood..

  9. Sam Adams says:

    If a female ambassador and three women, two of them former navy seals, had been abandoned, allowed to die in Benghazi, would the leftist media care? What if the secretary of state was a man, and hated women?

  10. whosebone says:

    why indeed

  11. Flu-Bird says:


  12. Aarradin says:

    “…and the rest not been charged with treason?”

    The Brits solved that problem recently when Labor was in power: They simply abolished all of their Treason laws.

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