November 3, 2010, - 3:13 pm

GOP House Won’t Stop Muslim Terrorists @ the Border (VIDEO); John Amnesty Boehner

By Debbie Schlussel

Sadly, don’t look for the GOP-controlled House to stop the immigration and insecure borders problem.  In fact, the election of John Boehner–part of the GOP establishment who brought us Obama–is significant in showing us this.  As I told you, when Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrested and deported an illegal alien Muslim woman from his district (she”d been in our midst illegally for years), Boehner pounced on them and pressured them to repatriate her.  He is also a big supporter of amnesty for illegal aliens and was mad that the House didn’t pass the Senate amnesty bill when Bush was Prez.  John Boehner is the problem, NOT the solution.

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Alhamdillullah [Praise Allah]: Thanks, Clueless Infidels, for Giving Us John Boehner

You’ve seen the videos I previously posted from WSB-TV about Islamic terrorists coming into the U.S. from our weak southern border.  It’s not news, nor is WSB’s latest video below.  Not news to me or you, anyway.  We know about SIAs (Special Interest Aliens–from Muslim countries) and OTMs (Other Than Mexicans).  But it’s a reminder–a reminder of an ongoing and growing national security problem, that John Boehner won’t fix.  I’m sure my friend, former top INS agent Mike Cutler, a great expert who is in this video, would agree.  Note his paraphrase of my fave line from “The Departed” (read my review):  “My view of the feds is they’re like mushrooms.  Feed ‘em sh-t, and keep ‘em in the dark.”

Note the case of Ahmed Muhammed Dhakane, an Al-Shabaab/Al-Barakat/Al-Ittihad Al-Islami/Al-Qaeda terrrorist from Somalia, who ran a smuggling ring getting more than 200 illegal aliens from East Africa into the U.S., many of them with ties to these Islamic terrorist groups.  His indictment was unsealed in March, but read the Superseding Indictment from May.  You’ll note that among those he smuggled into the U.S. was an underaged Somalian woman whom he repeatedly raped.  Yup, Religion of Peace, baby.  A religion that most of the new U.S. House leaders won’t recognize for the threat that it is.  Including John Boehner and Jihad Darrell Issa.  (More on him, soon.)

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This goes to show that there are two types of “Republicans” in the RNC: DERPs (Democrat Enshrouded Republican Politicians) and DhERPs (Dhemmi Enshrouded Republican Politicians). To paraphrase the Joker from Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’: “What this party needs is an enema.”

Pats on November 3, 2010 at 3:37 pm

I’d like to look at the bright side of the GOP victory.

I don’t think John Boehner will dash off to Syria in his first month as House Speaker to make kissyface with Bashar al-Assad. (Your readers might have forgotten that Nancy Pelosi made this one of her first points of business as Speaker of the House.)

I’d also add that the President has acknowledged what we all pretty well knew today: Cap-and-Trade (i.e. “The House Energy Bill”) is DEAD. There is no piece of legislation that would have killed this country faster or harder than Cap-and-Trade. Thank Gd there were enough Democrats in the Senate who opposed it during the last Congress.

Nobody likes immigration (legal or otherwise) during a recession. Who knows! Maybe some Democrats will team up with the Tea Party people and make Boehner’s life miserable enough to keep him from pursuing or endorsing an amnesty program.

Lastly, I’m glad that in spite of all the shortcomings of many Republicans in Congress, the American people have put the brakes on the extreme leftist agenda of the O’Bama Administration.

I realize I’m making an effort to look at the bright side of all this. I’m wondering if OVERALL, you think America is better for the election results.

TINSC: That’s Okay. Darrell Issa will play kissy face in Syria, as he has several times–detailed on this site. Same difference. And John Boehner won’t object. Like I said, same difference. DS

There is NO Santa Claus on November 3, 2010 at 4:07 pm

Is there anyone who actually thinks Boehner will be good for Republicans? He’s the GOP version of Harry Reid.

adam on November 3, 2010 at 4:56 pm

You are absolutely right about Boehner. A real opportunist hack. In his minority address Saturday he went out of his way to avoid any discussion about foreign policy in general, which makes it clear that he essentially has no problem with Obama’s foreign policy (or Bush’s foreign policy).

Unfortunately there is a consensus among the Republican leadership which is pro-open borders. A party like this cannot solve America’s problems. If we are lucky, there might be a brief delay or slowing down of our country’s decline, in spite of the election of a few new conservatives to the house.

Little Al on November 3, 2010 at 5:04 pm

Thank you for your comment, Debbie. I’m aware of Jihad Darrell and knew you might mention him.

Looking at the OVERALL picture, do you (or any of your readers) think America is better for yesterday’s election results?

Having made an effort to look at the bright side, I’ll go first. Summing it up, America has the best government Saudi petro-dollars can buy. This GOP victory changes nothing.

We’ll have the same old GOP klutz leaders in charge of House committees. The only difference will be that they have fresh, young horses to pull their wagons.

The only good news here is the death of cap-and-trade means that America’s coal reserves remain a viable future energy option. That is BAD for Saudi Arabia et al, but it’s only a delay in their effort which has already made critical forward progress. When they can tax the American people daily at the gas pump without our consent, life is still very good for the Jihad. Moreover, if you hadn’t noticed, the “Tea Party” doesn’t seem to have a problem with this form of taxation without representation. That is one BIG reason, I don’t see anything changing for the better.

I said about as much yesterday morning on my own blog.

There is NO Santa Claus on November 3, 2010 at 5:46 pm

Guys, to be honest with you, I believe Boehner might be a little worst than Pelosi, correct me if I’m wrong, I didn’t remember Pelosi doing any type of muslim pandering (as I’ve said, I’m no fan of Nancy Pelosi). If the conservative talk show host actually believes that John Boehner will be a good speaker, then there going to have a rude-awakening coming for them, when this guy more likely will agree with President Obama on illegal-immigration and soft on radical islam! As one poster said, Boehner is like the GOP’s version of Harry Reid.

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on November 3, 2010 at 6:03 pm

And also irritating is the tremendous affectation of these people. He is referred to as “Leader Boehner”. Can you imagine?

Little Al on November 3, 2010 at 6:58 pm

Santa, there is a lot to your summations. I sorta feel the same way. Don’t know if it’s because of cynicism or that I think America is so lost.

You know what I am sick of? After two years of that rancid turd Obamarxist at the helm, there are STILL peeps who are smarter than most (on some things…not so much on other things) who one “MAY” think are good Conservatives, but really, are so out of it (or too PC!!) to say that Obama is a Marxist.

The latest I heard equivocating is Charles Gasparino. He can go shove it. I will NOT read his book if he is too afraid to state the obvious!

Dennis Prager and Michael Medved do it too. It pisses me off. They may be smarter than me, but I know a Marxist when I see one! The do this with Islamic Jihad, too. I don’t have time for this HS anymore!

Skunky on November 3, 2010 at 7:39 pm

    I agree, Skunky. Mike Church was already pointing out this a.m., that Boehner said we must raise the debt limit meet our obligations. They’re all cut from the same cloth, and will never change anything. This is what Thomas Jefferson said about an over reaching national government at his Inaugeration in 1801,”If there be any among us who wish to dissolve the Union or to change its republican form,let them stand undisturbed, as monuments of the safety with which error of opinion may be tolerated where reason is left free to combat it.” Jefferson and James Madison stated in the Virginia Resolutions of 1798, “where powers were assumed by the national government which had not been granted by the states, nullification is the rightful remedy,” and that every state has a right to “nullify of its own authority all assumptions of power by others. . .” If only we had the courage of the founders of this nation.

    texag57 on November 4, 2010 at 10:01 am

Sean R:

I’m in wait-and-see mode about Boehner. As I mentioned above, I expect business as usual to prevail.

Your claim that he might be “a little worst than Pelosi” is unlikely because one of Pelosi’s first order of business as Speaker of the House was to visit Syria and make kissyface with Bashar al-Assad the dictator of Syria. Since John Boehner made a point to criticize Pelosi’s visit, I doubt he’ll run to make kissyface in public with ANY Muslim terrorist in his first weeks as Speaker of the House. If he were smart, he’d get on a plane to Israel tomorrow and meet with PM Netanyahu. What a pleasant surprise that would be! Don’t hold your breath in expectation.

He might not be a fanatical Zionist, but I was at the AIPAC policy conference in 2008 and he gave a pretty good speech. I thought Mitch McConnell gave a better speech even though McConnell’s speech delivery is rather monotone and uninspiring. So Boehner might not be ideal, but I don’t see him screwing up like Pelosi. Other Republicans will surely screw up. There are some seriously anti-Semitic Republicans running around the House of Representatives. By and large, I think there are fewer Republican anti-Semites than Democratic anti-Semites but I really haven’t done a study on the matter. For all the John Dingell and Dennis Kucinic types the Democrats have, there are Ron Paul and Darrell Issa on the Republican side.

In the mean time, the domestic agenda tends to dominate House business so I understand and share Debbie’s concern about immigration. Hopefully, some of those “Tea Party” types can erode Boehner’s enthusiasm about ILLEGAL immigration amnesty.

One of the better things that will happen here is that Steny Hoyer will likely take the reigns as House Minority Leader. Hoyer has lots of LIB shortcomings, but both times I saw him speak at AIPAC policy conferences, I got the impression that the man is a fanatical Zionist. (I’m waiting for Debbie to burst my bubble on this with something I don’t know about Hoyer, but I’m sharing my observations as I’ve witnessed them.)

A lot can change in two years, so sit back and watch the show. We can vote, but we can’t control the rest that happens.

The voters shake the tree; the monkeys just end up on different branches.

There is NO Santa Claus on November 3, 2010 at 8:29 pm

Santa, your right man, I forgot that photo-opt of Pelosi with the dictator of Syria, and your right, I to believe that Mr. Boehner should visit Israel and have a photo-opt with PM Netanyahou, but I’m going to give Boehner a chance and see what exactly he’s going to do and say. And do you folks think that Ms. Pelosi is going to find herself a regular job or start a business for herself or is she going to be minority leader in the house? And prior to yesterday, I was pretty cynical of the election, that it might be rigged, voter fraud and the Democrats will maintain power by stealing the elections, but thank god I was wrong about my thinking.

“A nation is identified by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on November 3, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    Sean R:

    Please call me TINSC. It’s a thing with me. I worked SO HARD to earn that title. Thank you. :+)

    Sincerely,

    TINSC (aka There is NO Santa Claus)

    P.S. I love pullin’ that schtick on people. No hard feelins!

    There is NO Santa Claus on November 3, 2010 at 9:54 pm

I’m not expecting the GOP leadership to do much to address our real problems.

Boehner needs to be replaced but won’t be. And then you have Darrell Issa. Some things just won’t change in Washington, no matter who is in charge.

NormanF on November 3, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    NormanF:

    The voters shake the tree; the monkeys just end up on different branches.

    We’ll have the same old GOP klutz leaders in charge of House committees. The only difference will be that they have fresh, young horses to pull their wagons.

    Sincerely,

    TINSC (aka There is NO Santa Claus)

    There is NO Santa Claus on November 3, 2010 at 11:22 pm

Hopefully Boehner will finish the fence from Texas to San Diego and the next time Mexican drug gangs kill someone on a border lake, the US Army will find the gangs and kill them, even if they have to enter Mexico to do it.

Truth on November 4, 2010 at 9:48 am

Remove the first letter “E” from his name:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXTNhlmcRG0

Irving on November 4, 2010 at 9:53 am

Great point Debbie. I would prefer either Rand or Ron Paul or the most hard line conservative in the House who would give Israel extremely favorable treatment. Definitely close the borders.

Patrick on November 4, 2010 at 10:53 am

Toss the bum out. I’m so disgusted with these rinos. Maybe with the spot light on him we can get him tossed from his job as well. The country is waking up and 11-2 was evidence.

samurai on November 4, 2010 at 11:47 am

We have the best politicians money can buy!!

See's it as it is! on November 4, 2010 at 12:41 pm

My guess is Issa prefers to play “pick up the soap” instead of “kissy face” based on his attraction to arafat. BTW we need to FLOOD Boehner with emails, faxs, phone calls and probably the threat of “horse whipping” in the public square to convince him to kill amnesty and secure the borders. How come we end up with all these effing RINO’s in leadership positions??

joesixpack31 on November 4, 2010 at 12:52 pm

I take that you won’t be satisfied with Representative Lamar Smith of Texas taking up the chairmanship of the Judiciary Committee in January. He was told by Boehner to move up to it.

http://radio.woai.com/cc-common/news/sections/newsarticle.html?feed=119078&article=7797170

Bobby'sBrain on November 4, 2010 at 3:06 pm

John Boehner is a small businessman who was elected to Congress in 1990. He has in no way grown or changed since that time. Mr. Boehner as House Minority Leader was inarticulate, sluggish, and a poor tactical planner. He had little or nothing to do with the Republican takeover of the House of Representatives this year, and probably knows deep down in his gut that he is in over his head. Mr. Boehner probably wishes he was back in Ohio tending the store, since he would not be faced with dealing with people who are far sharper and capable than he is. This man needs to be put to bed, but I rather doubt that the Republican House Caucus has the guts to do that.

Worry01 on November 4, 2010 at 10:46 pm

The “news” coverage of this incident is beyond belief.

I listened to NPR this morning (“Morning Edition”), and the incident was described as a French police stand-off with a generic “gunman.” He could have been a robber. He was never described as a Muslim or as Islamic — neither term was mentioned in several reports during the show — but as a “French serial killer” (as if he were the “Monsieur Hannibal Lecter”), who had “killed three children” (the fact that this occurred in the course of an attack on a Jewish School and that a rabbi was also killed — not just three JEWISH children — apparently was not important enough to explain).

Terrorism was not mentioned, except to say that the generic “guman,” who was an Arab, Islamc, and boasted of his Al-Queda ties and of getting terrorism training in trips to Afghanistan and Pakistan, was reported to have “alleged ties to terrorism.”

If we have gotten to the point where we cannot describe the terrorist background of a gunman (who boasts of it), except to reference vague “alleged ties to terrorism” as if the matter remains in doubt, then we are losing the supposed “War on Terrorism,” which should be no surprise to anyone paying attention. I suppose that Islam was also not worth mentioning, even in this case of an Islamic gunman who admitted that he killed for an overtly Muslim motive (to avenge killed Palestinian children).

Are we suicidally “politically correct” or have we been intimidated by Islam,”The Relicion of Peace”(TM)?

I also wonder on an aspect of the event that the news coverage mentioned, but did not explain. The police were said to have asked his mother to come to the scene and talk to him (obviously, in hopes that she could persuade him to surrender peacefully), Can you imagine ANY mother failing to at least try to talk her son, surrounded by hundred of armed police, into surrendering? But she refused. Why was never explained.

Did she refuse because he was a Shahid carrying out a sacred mission and should not be distracted?

Did she refuse because she knew that he would be honored as a “martyr” in the Muslim community if he died?

Did she refuse because she had a policy of non-cooperation with infidel authorities?

Did she refuse because she AGREED with his mission?

The “news” media, which is supposed to be in the business of gathering facts, never made an attempt to tell us, only telling us that she refused.

How can we withstand Islam’s attacks when we refuse to acknowledge that Islam is attacking us?

JOSEPH MCNULTY on March 22, 2012 at 8:36 pm

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