Barack Obama Sees America As Arrogant And Owing An Apology. This Is What I Think About America and I humbly dedicate this video to THE TRUE President, Mr. Ronald Wilson Reagan, a moral man who loved his Country. I know in my heart that he still watches over this blessed Nation from Heaven above. God bless you Mr. President!! We love and miss you sir !! Thank you for all you have done for WE THE PEOPLE!
Only God can save America because the true source of our wealth, strength and power is not our resources, armies or size but our values. Once we lose our values, we lose our essence, we lose ourselves, we lose everything... the political left celebrates decadence, degeneracy and immorality in the name of freedom, but this is a perversity of freedom as our Roman predecessors had understood before ourselves. The political left is AIDS to the West, they are the personification of weakness, they expose us to all dangers, they deny our ability to defend ourselves... they are traitors who speak to use with familiar accents.
Your average American family day out, enjoying and having fun. In the USA the citizens, not the government, is at the center of society. WE have the power, not the state which only exists to serve our needs. The Second Amendment right is the ultimate in human dignity, sovereignty and personal liberty. "From my dead cold hands."
BAGHDAD - Iraqi police commandos captured the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq in a raid in the northern city of Mosul, Iraqi officials BAGHDAD - Iraqi police commandos captured the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq in a raid in the northern city of Mosul, Iraqi officials said Thursday, in what could mark a significant blow to the Sunni insurgency in its last urban stronghold. Iraqi Defense Ministry Spokesman Mohammed al-Askari said the arrest of Abu Ayyub al-Masri — also known as Abu Hamza al-Muhajir — was reported by the Iraqi commander in Mosul, where insurgents have sought to establish a foothold after being widely uprooted from Baghdad and surrounding areas last year. The U.S. military in Baghdad said it was "checking with Iraqi authorities to confirm the accuracy of this information." Interior Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Abdul-Karim Khalaf said the arrest occurred "at midnight and during the primary investigations he admitted that he is Abu Hamza Al-Muhajir." Khalaf told the Iraqi state television that al-Masri was arrested during a police raid, but gave no other details. "Now a broader investigation of him is being conducted," he said. His apprehension would carry major symbolic value for Iraqi commanders, who have led operations in the Mosul area and have sought to counter worries that Iraqi forces lack the training and discipline to wage a head-on fight against insurgents. But it's unclear how much the reported loss of al-Masri would disrupt al-Qaida in Iraq or its long-term ability to wage suicide attacks and other strikes. Al-Masri took over al-Qaida in Iraq after its leader, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, was killed June 7, 2006 in a U.S. airstrike northeast of Baghdad. But the pace of insurgent attacks remained strong as al-Masri took charge. "The commander of Ninevah military operations informed me that Iraqi troops captured Abu Hamza al-Muhajir the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq," al-Askari told The Associated Press by telephone.
America's armed forces are the most professional, best trained, best equiped, most technologically advanced, best paid, most generous and benevolent the world has ever known. God bless each and everyone of them, give them thanks for your freedoms and support them in any way you can.