The war of the religions 1

Four religions wage war for supremacy of western civilization.

Each uses remarkably different tactics to gain converts and exert their control over society.

What is a religion? A religion is a system of beliefs and practices which embrace some sort of faith component. The four competing religions are… More…

Biden buffoonery Reply

By Tom Quiner

Joseph Biden in 2012:

 “And, by the way, they talk about this Great Recession if (sic) it fell out of the sky, like, ‘Oh, my goodness, where did it come from?’ It came from this man voting to put two wars on a credit card, to at the same time put a prescription drug benefit on the credit card, a trillion-dollar tax cut for the very wealthy. I was there. I voted against them (emphasis added). I said, no, we can’t afford that.”

Biden, of course, did vote for the authorization for both the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.

Joseph Biden in 2002:

“If we wait for the danger to become clear, it could be too late. We must be clear with the American people that we are committing to Iraq for the long haul; not just the day after, but the decade after.”

Thomas Sowell’s definition of a liar: a conservative who is winning an argument with a liberal.


Will Vice President Biden call for the President’s impeachment? 1

By Tom Quiner

Joe Biden said he would call for the President’s impeachment if he took us into another war without Congressional approval.

He said he consulted with five constitutional scholars who helped draft a treatise calling for impeachment should the President take such an action.

He was adamant, even furious, in his eloquence that it would be absurd to go into a country without cause when our troops are already spread thin. Take a minute to listen to his remarks above.

Of course, that was Senator Biden talking.  He was talking about President Bush.

Now we don’t hear a peep out of Vice President Biden as our current President, who happens to be of his party, involves us in Libya’s civil war.

Mr. Vice President, back then you told us you don’t use words lightly. But in light of an absence of fire and brimstone speeches from you today, it’s fair to ask:  were you just feigning your anger back then?  Was your speech just a bunch of cynical campaign rhetoric?

It’s hard to think otherwise.