Monday, February 27, 2012

Nothing but burning the White House will do; Sharia Law accepted by Obama; WWII cemetery desecrated in Egypt; US bases and missions targeted; Americans on trial in Egypt; Shocking facts on CPR; Bonuses and 70% pay raises go to Solyndra employees; Wyoming preparing for total collapse of America; Warrantless use of GPS banned; Cruise ship passengers robbed by gunpoint in Puerto Vallarta; One hour to get fake ID; AZ Governor asked to testify before Senate; NYC Teacher's performance now public knowlege

Alarabia writes: In a move likely to irk tension between Iran and United States, a top Iranian military commander said on Saturday that nothing short of burning the White House and hanging American military commanders can compensate for the burning of Qurans at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan last week.

“The U.S. has committed such an ugly act and burnt Qurans because of the heavy slap it has been given by Islam,” commander of Iran’s Basij force, Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi told the semi-official Fars news agency.

Muslims Desecrate WW II British Cemetery Hours After Obama Apologizes for Torched Korans.


US bases and diplomatic missions are targeted by Muslims: 


Egypt trial against American pro-democracy workers opens

The trial begins in Cairo with none of the accused American pro-democracy workers appearing in court. The U.S. and Egypt have struggled to resolve the crisis.,0,3072157.story


Enraged Afghans rioted after evidence emerged that U.S. military officials had burned the holy books, something that is considered blasphemy for devout Muslims. Gen. John R. Allen, the top Western military commander in Afghanistan, responded swiftly with a statement promising a thorough investigation and expressing his "sincere apologies," and Obama later sent Afghan president Hamid Karzai a letter expressing his "deep regret." 

Gingrich pounced on Obama's apology as evidence of the president's weakness on Islamic extremism. Two American soldiers were killed in reprisal for the Koran burnings after Obama's apology, and Gingrich demanded that Karzai apologize for those deaths.
"There seems to be nothing that radical Islamists can do to get Barack Obama's attention in a negative way and he is consistently apologizing to people who do not deserve the apology of the president of the United States period," Gingrich said. If Karzai does not apologize, Gingrich said, "we don't need to be here risking our lives and wasting our money on somebody who doesn't care."
Several of the nearly two dozen employees at bankrupt solar panel maker Solyndra LLC who were approved for bonuses Wednesday had months earlier received pay raises as high as 70 percent, a fact the company never disclosed in its request for bonus cash.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Hooded bandits robbed 22 Carnival Splendor cruise ship passengers at gunpoint as they traveled on a bus near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, several days into a cruise that left from Long Beach, Calif., the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday.
The tourists, who departed California on Feb. 19 and returned Sunday, were traveling on a bus after going on a nature hike Friday when the bandits struck near the Mexican port city, according to local media reports.

One hour and $260 can get you phony green card, soc. security and license

Before the U.S. Supreme Court hears the arguments for and against Arizona’s controversial immigration law, the leader of a U.S. Senate immigration panel wants to hear Gov. Jan Brewer's opinion on the issue, according to a press release.
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) has asked Brewer to testify before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and Border Security on April 24 -- the day before oral arguments to decide the constitutionality of S.B. 1070 begin.
In a letter to Brewer, Schumer wrote that he wanted to know why she signed the law and if she still thinks it’s necessary:
Updated After a long legal battle and amid much anguish by teachers and other educators, the New York City Education Department released individual performance rankings of 18,000 public school teachers on Friday, while admonishing the news media not to use the scores to label or pillory teachers.


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