Blame The TEA Party For The Van Bomb

The evidence is mounting that the person who left a van with a poorly constructed bomb in Times Square had ties to the Middle East but that has not stopped people from trying to point the finger at TEA Party types who are fed up with big government. Mayor Bloomberg of New York City believes that the person who did this acted alone, one of the McVeigh types Bill Clinton discussed when he was painting the TEA Party movement as violent. In an interview with Perky Katie Couric, Moronic Mayor Bloomberg had this exchange:

Bloomberg later told CBS Evening News Anchor Katie Couric that the suspect behind the bombing attempt could be a domestic terrorist angry at the government who acted alone.

“If I had to guess 25 cents, this would be exactly that. Homegrown, or maybe a mentally deranged person, or somebody with a political agenda that doesn’t like the health care bill or something. It could be anything,” he said. WCBSTV

Admittedly, he did say it could be anything but he specifically mentioned the types disgruntled with government and conveniently left out the possibility that it could be an act of terror from one of our enemies.

The left always tries to portray the TEA Party movement and the right wing as radical people who are prone to violence despite the fact that none of these people have participated in any violence. All of the violence has come from the left particularly by the thugs at SEIU and other unions.

This weekend the violence came from left wing Communist wanna be morons and those opposed to a crackdown on ILLEGAL immigration (all caps to differentiate from LEGAL immigration). The left wing loons broke windows and attacked the police. Anyone see this on the state run media news programs?

Perhaps we can help Bloomberg and point him in the right direction:

The News learned from sources that forensic evidence found in the Pathfinder points to the possibility that whoever prepared the car bomb has links to foreign terrorists. NY Daily News

An FBI-led terrorism task force has taken over the investigation of the failed car bombing in Times Square because of indications it was connected to international terrorism, a senior law enforcement source said Monday. Washington Post

I think anybody that has the type of material that they had in a car in Times Square, I would say that that was intended to terrorize, absolutely. Breitbart (video of Robert Gibbs who uttered the T word. Did he mean man made disaster?)

Sources tell CBS News the last registered owner of the 1993 Nissan Pathfinder – found in Times Square Saturday night – told authorities he recently sold the vehicle to a “Middle Eastern” or “Hispanic” looking man for $1,300 cash in $100 bills on Craigslist. CBS Evening News

Evidence is mounting that this was an attempt by one of our enemies with ties to the Middle East but that has not stopped the state run media from looking at the “homegrown” TEA Party “terror” group. This is how the left, in true Alinsky style, works to isolate the target.

These are the same morons who could not call Nadal Hasan a terrorist after he shouted Allah Akbar and went on a shooting spree that resulted in the deaths of more than a dozen people at Fort Hood. Obama called that isolated as they did with the underwear bomber.

But find a bomb in New York and the first people they look at are the peaceful patriots in this country.

The members of the TEA Party and those on the right are not going to set up bombs that would end up killing innocent people. This is the group of people who said that this was evil when the Middle Eastern terrorists did it on 9/11 unlike those on the left who tried to find excuses while discussing blow back and blaming America.

If the liberals spent as much time going after the real enemies of this country as they do going after those with whom they disagree politically then we would not have to worry about such attacks.

How is that diplomacy working out for you Barack?

How is that hope and change working for you liberals? Still think they hated us because Bush was president?

Never surrender, never submit.
Big Dog


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12 Responses to “Blame The TEA Party For The Van Bomb”

  1. I can’t help but wonder how Bloomberg did so well in business. His control-everything / accept-no-responsibility attitude makes him unsuitable for any sort of voluntary organization, but perfect for politics. Well, Democrat social-fascist politics, at any rate.

    Did the GOP really let him join just for asking? If no money changed hands, they wuz robbed! (And they’ll keep getting robbed for as long as he holds office.)

    • Big Dog says:

      Pay no attention to Bunny’s childish retorts Francis. He works with children all day and that is the level on which he is use to communicating.

      Now you know why so many of America’s youth are screwed up.

      • I never bother myself about your trolls, BD. They have to vent their spleen somehow, same as the rest of us. Imagine the explosions of bile — some in heavily populated public places — if they couldn’t!

        Apropos of which, thanks for your labors. At this point, your Place is one of my favorite stops on the Web.

  2. Bunny Colvin says:

    Frannie- his control-everything/ accept-no-responsibility attitude should have led to a prominent position in the Bush Administration. Bremer, Wolfie, Cheney- he would have fit right in!

    And anyone who knows anything of business knows how Bloomberg did so well in business. It’s called a Bloomberg Machine (or terminal). As I doubt you’ve ever used one, perhaps you should google it. There is a reason this machine has few competitors, even after all these years. It set the gold standard for up to the second financial information and never looked back. Good products make for good businesses. It’s really not that difficult to comprehend.


  3. Bunny Colvin says:

    Not a “childish retort”, Dog. I’m just trying to explain to Frannie why Bloomberg has been so sucessful. I’m surprised he didn’t know.


  4. Bunny Colvin says:

    Actually Victor, Frannie began the snarkiness with his first comment. And I maintain that anyone who cannot comprehend how Michael Bloomberg excelled in business probably shouldn’t be commenting on business matters. Just like you would be an unlikely source for tips about beauty or fashion.


    • Big Dog says:

      I believe what Francis meant was that he cannot see how Bloomberg was ever successful with the temperament he has and his leadership style and not what product he produced.

      Now, tell me how your last sentence is not childish? You continue to insult people here for no reason and then claim you are not childish. I understand, that is who you deal with all day but don’t deny it.

  5. Bunny Colvin says:

    Businesses are as much about products as they are temperament and leadership style, Dog. Had Wall St. been more concerned with product quality than they were with touting their leaders as visionaries, we’d surely be in a better place today.

    Yes, my last sentence was meant to insult Victor. Just as his comment was meant to insult me. You act as if your puppies never throw stones. Open up your eyes.


    • Blake says:

      Our “puppies”, if you will, might return fire, but we do not bomb people or places- that is the province of all you moronic, socialistic commies on the left, like Ayers, Jones, et al-
      And you really, REALLY know NOTHING about businesses if you make the grossly ignorant comment that “Businesses are as much about products as they are about temperament…”
      If the product is superior, noone cares about the leadership style- if the product is inferior, (such as the “leadership” in the WH now), then EVERYONE looks to the ineffectual substance of that particular “leadership style”.

  6. Bunny Colvin says:

    Flake- “our”? I haven’t seen you post anything on here for awhile. This is Dog’s house. I figured you went back to your storied career as a fluffer.

    Hmm, “if the product is superior, noone cares about the leadership style”. Well, maybe noone (or at least noone like you- who lacks any business acumen) cares, but this doesn’t mean that strong leadership isn’t important. Don’t you think there have been poorly run businesses with good products that have failed? I’ll betcha there have been more than a few.