That's how Obuttocks referred to it; also used some other euphemisms.
Now the popular theory is "domestic terrorism" (which according to some in this administration, could be Catholics or the Tea Party or Evangical Protestants).
So now its a "terrorist act". Must be careful to call it the correct thing...
How about we wait a few hours to respect those who perished or are fighting for their lives, before we go ahead and try to make political points.
I'll say something now I've never said....Mods, please dump.
and on it goes.
Last edited by FF2®; 04-17-2013 at 11:48 AM.
An article published on CNN's website makes an unproven claim that pressure cooker bombs like the ones used at the Boston Marathon terror attack are a "signature" of "right-wing extremists."
The article says (emphasis added) :
A senior U.S. counterterrorism investigator told CNN that pressure cooker bombs have also been a signature of extreme right-wing individuals in the United States who he said tend to revel in building homemade bombs.
About 10 minutes after the bombing I turned on CNN. They had some idiot on talking about the bombing. He used the term "right-wing extremists" a handful of times when talking about possible suspects. I had to change the channel.
And I did notice that Obama did not call it terrorism in his first address. And that is an issue with him. It has nothing to do with "waiting for the facts". We have gotten so soft that we can't even call something terrorism for fear of offending people. Well newsflash, you don't have to be a muslim to be a terrorist. We have gone completely retarded with being PC.
Although I must admit I am surprised nobody has blamed this on the sequestration. But it has only been two days. There is still a chance.
Last edited by DDNYjets; 04-17-2013 at 01:40 PM.
House minority Whip Steny Hoyer, a Democrat, is generating criticism after making controversial statements Tuesday regarding yesterday's tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon and the automatic spending cuts which took hold in the federal government in March.
When asked by a reporter at his weekly press briefing on Tuesday if he believes Monday's bombings prove that sequestration should end, Hoyer, considered to be a top Democrat, responded:
"I think there are multiple reasons for ensuring that we invest in our security both domestic and international security. That we invest in the education of our children, that we invest in growing jobs in America and don't pursue any irrational policy of cutting the highest priorities and the lowest priorities by essentially the same percentage," Hoyer told reporters.
"I think this is another proof of that, if proof is needed, which I don't think frankly it is," Hoyer added, in reference to the bombings.
Hoyer said that yesterday's bombings represent "clearly another place where it demonstrates why having the ability to address security concerns is important."
Read more at http://global.christianpost.com/news...Y4jzDRODdFX.99
Furloughs for federal agents is awesome for security and enforcement.