Tom: Correct answer: Haystack. Puzzle Time. "Connect the Dots" in the National Security Picture. Answer: Pretty much any picture you want to see.
Nah, it’s pretty easy to see, only lefties want to make it seem complicated.
Very good ‘toon. Can be said of just about any national security agency.
I believe this was the exact same line used by the Bush administration, meaning that “only righties want to make it seem complicated” is equally true.
Interesting that HabaneroBuck says the solution is easy…
…but not so easy that he could tell us what it is.
Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue…!
I know…just before the terrorist-carrying planes land, we’ll unplug the runway lights!
And the WTC would have been at least three-quarters empty, too. No point in attacking it then!
Just look at the added departments under “homeland Security” by the Bush administration, and try to follow the organizational chart- head swimmingly stupid indeed. Yep, them was the “small govmint” dudes and dudettes.
Obama’s speech about connecting the dots.
It makes a better Rorschah test.
Reality is what you make it.
You know it makes you wonder what the requirements are for joining Al Queada. You know, the master minds who with precision caused 9/11. So far everyone with the trade mark name who’s been caught has had bombs in their shoes, in their underwear, or has been caught without doing anything.
In other words the way they have been caught is laughable compared to the way they allegedly hit us.
I’m not sure I follow your last sentence, legendary. Do you mean something this: in contrast to the supposed genius of Al Queda’s attacks on us, the fact that these last few have been captured with laughable ease suggests that they’re not hiring the brightest bulbs on the circuit?
I mean, really. Richard Reid tried to light plastique with a match. What a moron.
And always clearer
in the rearview mirror.
a close-up of Biden’s dome
Magnaut, still waiting here:
Do let us know if you’ve abandoned it…thanks.
Anthony..sorry..will deliver or apologize
Hopefully the former…and if not, the latter is not necessary.
I was expecting English Teacher to tear me a new one for that sentence Motive, not you. But at least you understand what I’m trying to say.
Comma after the “know” (in d_legendary1’s post)?
April 12, 2017