Alissa Starzak Can Explain Much More Than Alissa Starzak….

When asked to explain my belief that Obama’s presidency was a construction created from approximately 10 years of pre-thought exquisitely planned detail, many people are puzzled by my reasoning.

The names of Emanuel, Plouffe, Axelrod, Jarrett and Holder are the visible names, but not the most consequential – nor the subjects worth researching. While most people reference the aforementioned when thinking about how a Junior Senator becomes Chief Executive; and indeed there is some factual reasoning toward that end, the executive office itself was not the majority maneuver.

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If you peel back the layers to the Milli Vanilli roadshow – what you will notice is the strategy of putting specific ideologies into the legal affairs offices of all the “non-political” constructs. The Pentagon office of legal counsel, for example, can handcuff the activity of the Pentagon with legal opinion in opposition to the traditional goals of the organization (See Jeh Johnson).

Likewise the CIA office of legal counsel, can have a similar impact on actual outcomes and steer policy. If you want to find out what’s more consequential than the proverbial executive ‘pen and phone’, get to understand the legal counsel who can stop any activity they desire just by writing adverse legal opinion. The legal opinion does not need to meet the criteria of professional review to block activity – indeed most of the time it would be shredded by exterior legal analysis – their goal is not legal standing per se’, the goal is policy influence.

Ms. Starzak is one example of one such position, one person committed to a cause. Her personal activity shows not only what she believes in, but also how her beliefs can dramatically impact policy implementation with legal influence. It is within the army of such like-minded ideologues now found throughout the construct of federal government, that you identify President Barack Obama’s tenure was not planned in 2006 – it was more likely road-mapped out in 1998/99.

The origin for the severity of the Obama presidency can be found in the hatred spurred within the defeat of Al Gore. A specifically directed hatred that fueled almost a decade of planning, that ultimately delivered Barack Obama as frontman for the entire scheme.

Starzak_ciasplit-550x309WASHINGTON DC – The Obama administration’s nominee for a senior legal position at the Pentagon is one of the congressional staffers accused by Republicans and intelligence officials of stealing classified documents from the Central Intelligence Agency, Fox News has learned — and the controversy could imperil her shot at a major career promotion.

Sources on Capitol Hill and in the intelligence community say Alissa Starzak, a majority staffer on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) who has been nominated for the position of general counsel to the U.S. Army, is one of two SSCI employees accused by the panel’s Republicans, and by career intelligence officers, of having “stolen” the so-called Panetta Review: a classified study of the agency’s treatment of detainees prepared by former CIA Director Leon Panetta.

Starzak is a former assistant general counsel for CIA and, more recently, a deputy general counsel at the Defense Department for legislative affairs. She was nominated for the Army’s general counsel position in July of this year. With an eye on the clock, as the Senate prepares to revert to Republican control early next year, the Armed Services Committee approved Starzak’s nomination — without a recorded vote — on Dec. 9. But the nomination expired a week later, and must now be re-submitted to the committee, with Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., as its likely chairman, in the next session of Congress.

A spokesperson for McCain said he is traveling and could not be reached for comment on whether he would support Starzak’s nomination going forward.  (read more)

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91 Responses to Alissa Starzak Can Explain Much More Than Alissa Starzak….

  1. kpm58 says:

    “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”

    Liked by 1 person

    • ZurichMike says:

      That line is always taken out of context from that play by Shakespeare. It was a tongue in cheek remark made by Dick the Butcher in ”Henry VI,” Part II, act IV, Scene II, Line 73. Dick the Butcher was a follower of the rebel Jack Cade. Cade was basically an anarchist, and thought he could become king by thwarting law and order. Shakespeare meant it as a compliment to attorneys and judges who instill justice in society. As an attorney, I implore you to stop using this line inappropriately. Thanks.

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  2. Col.(R) Ken says:

    Do you remember the story, when UBL was leaving A-Stan, 3-4 Pakistani HIND-D helicopters were flying his group out, one SF soldier with a SAM missle looking down at the Helo formation, while talking to Gen Tommy Franks HQ.
    As to this nomination, she is in. The RINO traitors are in charge.
    SD your summary is One of the pieces of this charade that has been perpetrated on the American People.

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  3. She’s too young and immature for such a responsibility….and apparently her judgment is questionable. Where are all the mature adults?


  4. Spar Harmon says:

    Looks like Pelosi’s daughter…Is she rabid??

    Liked by 5 people

    • czarowniczy says:

      There are rumors Pelosi’s a golem. I’m not sure as even though Pelosi matches the anthropomorphic part of the golem’s description the ‘animated’ part of the description doesn’t seem to fit her – though it could be the Earl Schieb facework which caused that. Alissa could be a chip off of the old Pelosi compost pile though, hard to tell without a more specific golem model-year book.

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  5. Butch says:

    Pat Dollard carried a story about this a while back concerning the planning of obamas presidency. This goes back to Jarretts father and his MB friends looking to dump money into young black future politicians as far back as 1979.

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  6. ThankYou,Treepers says:

    The brilliance of Sundance displayed yet again in the nuances set out here today is further to what he educated us to a year ago: The Seventeenth Amendment must be repealed to eliminate the treasonous ability of federal employees.

    BHO is a dimwit but his profile as “black” coupled with his ability to speak without hinderance of the black dialect put him on the Affirmative Action red carpet to whatever level of attainment he has desired.

    BHO was groomed and promoted by leftists and muslims beginning with his stealth biological father Frank Marshall Davis, Davis then handing off to former black press colleague Vernon Jarrett and Jarrett delivering BHO to Saudi and American leftist funders and promoters.

    In effect America elected an agent of islam to the US Presidency seven years after 9/11. This happened because the American people were totally betrayed by one US industry, the corporate media, whose childish desire to make the fantasy of magic negro movie plots come to real life has fueled their treason.

    Frank Marshall Davis’ posthumously published memoirs as well as a second book displaying newspaper columns he wrote from the late 1920s into the 1950s display the communist bent of BHO’s biological father and teen years mentor.

    Vernon Jarrett wrote a national column in 1979 about the Saudi funded scholarship grant program for American blacks being directed by the muslim who eventually arranged for BHO to be admitted into Harvard law a decade later.

    Tom Ayers’ mailman saw BHO visiting the house in the 1980s to thank Ayers for funding his education.

    That BHO is a lazy dopester far more focused on his boyfriends than his muslim/leftist alliance mission is the only mitigating factor which has kept us from complete disaster which may yet come anyway. His sole work motivation is his self serving desire to maximize the retirement bonus he seeks to receive from his Saudi paymasters.

    Thomas Sowell has proven as prescient as Rush Limbaugh by his 29 July 2009 statement:

    “But if the worst that Barack Obama does is ruin the economy, I will breathe a sigh of relief.”!

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  7. It’s time to play smart, play hard, and play to demolish progressivism in 2016.

    Don’t let her nomination be withdrawn. Let it go forward. Meanwhile, get clincher proof of what she did.

    Then – on the stand – make her confess or lie. If she confesses, send her home in tears and shrieks. If she lies, obliterate her.

    It’s time to turn every Obama nomination into a show trial of progressive treachery.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Not a chance with Cave In McConnell. I’m not sure this country can think that deep anymore.

      Liked by 3 people

      • We’ll see. I agree that he has a history of caving, but McConnell prefers winning wars to winning battles. He’s also been playing to win lately, after being humiliated by Harry Reid for 4 years. I’m willing to give him until the end of spring to prove himself. I don’t expect him to be a complete roadblock on immigration, or to completely deep-six Obamacare, but I do expect him to bring in something saner than Gang-of-Eight, and to turn Obamacare into something that stops harming the nation.

        The reason I have some faith in the guy, was a wonderful article that appeared well before the shutdown episode. Basically, it was covering McConnell’s plan to get rid of Obamacare, which was NOT something he was advertising. The Senate flip was presumably part of his grand plan, although that was not revealed by the reporter (no doubt McConnell would have denied it at the time). But he was supposedly serious about something that only people like Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz were voicing openly. I think that gave me a clue into how he operates.

        The Turtle picks his battles. I agree with many that flipping the Senate was worth a lot more than winning the shutdown, although I also think that Cruz helped immeasurably by forcing the issue, right before Obamacare collapsed outside the starting gate. That one-two punch was something that the Obama stonewall simply could not recover from. It was the first big step toward where we are now.

        Anyway, we HAVE to hold Mitch’s feet to the fire. Good legislation, that either fixes Obama’s mess or draws a veto. If he caves, once he’s in charge, then we let him have it. But right now, I’m giving him something of a pass, because not giving Obama anything to latch onto for propaganda is smart. In January, that’s over.

        Liked by 2 people

        • dizzymissl says:

          You have got to be kidding me. McConnell has had his chance and he has failed miserably.


          Liked by 1 person

          • Jim Brown says:

            He has yet to operate with a Senate majority. I agree tyrannocankles, give him a chance with a majority and see what happens. If he continues to surrender then we in the Tea Party start turning our electoral guns on his allies that are up for reelection in 2016.


        • Sentient says:

          I hope you’re right. McConnell has fought valiantly over the years against the anti-free-speech “campaign finance” laws, so he’s obviously smarter than McCain – not that that’s saying much.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Agreed – not saying much, but it’s saying something. He’s also rated a solid “A” by the NRA and 100% by one of the pro-life orgs, and he’s held the line on some very important stuff. OTOH, he made a strategically bad concession on ending the shutdown (because it made future shutdowns harder), although from his point of view (hating the very idea of shutdown) it wasn’t much of a concession.

            I think he’s right about one thing – if we want the White House in 2016, we need to prove that we can govern. Make Obama either pass legislation or use the veto pen. We can easily prove in two years that the proggies are the ones who’ve made government toxic, and if we do this right, we can put the commies back into their loony box for the next 50 years. Just look at the last two months. Doing nothing has strengthened our hand immeasurably. I call it smart poker. Let the left dig its own political grave. And I think that our “good guys” (people like Cruz and Paul) are winking and nodding because they know how the game is developing. They are going to be headlining when the curtain goes up on Act I.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      I like your plan.


  8. freepetta says:

    McCain is a RINO, appointing the old coot to such a powerful position makes one wonder how serious the new Congress is going to be.

    Liked by 3 people

    • czarowniczy says:

      i prefer to think of McCain as the ….. let me get back to you when I find a word that can get past the admin folks.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Hanoi John is not to be trusted. He has no ability to tell when he’s being played by the left, and they love him for it. There are times to be bipartisan with conservative and just plain sensible Democrats, and times to tell Schumer to kindly take the knife out of one’s back. McCain has no idea which is which.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          McCain’s never been one of my favorites. Note my dog in my gravitar’s parked in front of a bonfire with a McCain for President sign burning on top. More proof the dog’s ‘mans best friend’.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Col.(R)Ken says:

            Czar, do you mean that traitor? I wonder who his handler is now! I hate him for what he has turned out to be. He is a disgrace, I would lay this ISIL stuff at his door step, and turning away from a full accounting of all POWs in N.Vietnam. I could add more,

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  9. Lucille says:

    “If you want to find out what’s more consequential than the proverbial executive ‘pen and phone’, get to understand the legal counsel who can stop any activity they desire just by writing adverse legal opinion.”

    U.S. Army general counsel? Should we expect deserter Bergdahl to walk, then?

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    • I suspect that was always the plan. He was a fast substitute for Ambassador Chris Stevens, whose kidnapping went south earlier in the day before the Benghazi massacre. Stevens, I believe, was to be the ‘trade’ for the 5 Guantanamo bad guys – a better and more plausible trade than Bergdahl. If Bergdahl was treated like the traitor/deserter he was, the Obama Team would look very very bad. If Bergdahl ends up having some ‘mental incapacity’ and walks, he gets rewarded with some $300K (if I recall clearly) and the Administration can claim their ‘humanity and wisdom’. And, of course, the terrorists could return to their battlefield to kill more US personnel.

      And all it will take is an ‘adverse legal opinion’ and Obama is, again, lily-white. This just might be why we haven’t seen the report on Bergdahl yet – they need the right personnel in the right place before they can release it, if they don’t have one there already.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        “Stevens, I believe, was to be the ‘trade’ for the 5 Guantanamo bad guys – a better and more plausible trade than Bergdahl.” That makes perfect sense.


      • Anubis says:

        I had long thought it was a plan to trade him as a show event of how Muslims could be reasoned with. As in Bath House Barry & Shillery might have fumbled the 3am phone call but they did masterful preplanned negotiation. The former seal firing on the 3rdworlders messed up the plan. Also Bath House Barry counted on soldiers keeping silent about the treason even after Bergdahl was returned, just like they ordered the removal of the high def version of the Ferguson Liquor store robbery.


        • I don’t think the admin thinks that way. They don’t need to prove Muslims can be reasoned with; they’re already in sensitive positions in the federal government and nothing would be gained by trying to prove they’re reasonable. Given their history, no one with a brain would think they are anyway. HIllary already made it perfectly clear that their screwing up didn’t matter, even though Stevens was killed. Obama also didn’t care if the soldiers did talk because they always simply ignore any ‘outing’ does. (Take the DoJ non-prosecutions, for example.) I didn’t hear a word that the Administration ever addressed their interviews, either. It’s all about “The Report” which we haven’t seen, and I’m not sure the soldiers in Bergdahl’s company were ever interviewed for it. Recently the gov. released information about how many soldiers deserted their post that are never punished, which was reported on Fox News.

          Not trying to pick an argument with you, Anubis, just giving you my logic. Bergdahl is going to walk and we’ll never hear the word “treason”.


      • Jaimepowell1@me.vom says:

        I read at the time that Stevens was supposed. To be the trade for the BLIND sheikh


        • I thought so too, early on. But when the Bergdahl swap happened, I quickly changed my mind. No way can I see the Administration going through such machinations just for a nobody like Bergdahl – and giving up the Blind Sheikh for him would be lethal optics, even for Obama. They may have considered it initially, though. My guess is that when Stevens died, the Bergdahl swap was the second best deal they could make that would favor the Taliban or terrorist group of your choice.


  10. kathyca says:

    Another Starzak – a relation? Sister, maybe?


  11. kathyca says:

    Sorry for overburdening the thread. But looking at the girl and seeing the level of her involvement made NO sense to me standing alone!

    Liked by 2 people

  12. notyours says:

    There are many players but Nadhmi Auchi is one.


  13. czarowniczy says:

    If the Company does directly connect her that theft don’t be surprised if she dies from a rare virus carried only by one species of subtropical fruit-eating snail. My mind is stuck on Casey (William, not Edgar) who, mere hours before he was set to testify before Congress on Iran-Contra, was struck with a brain tumor that rendered him incapable of speech and killed him. What a strange timing that was.
    Anyway, the DoD has been a pawn of bureaucrats and lawyers for decades. We used to deploy on missions with toilet paper, food, gasoline and lawyers. Our green-suited lawyer was our primary totem, who’d say the magical words to the Embassy geeks in order for us to get permission to use the toilet paper. I’m suspicious that every proactive combat arms commander has a personal contingency plan that, in case of a hairball blockage between mission and lawyers, allows him to kill all of the lawyers (see how we keep coming back to that popular concept).
    I do not recall running into a ‘friendly’ lawyer ever in DoD, their CVs do not generally list ‘helps the troops’ as a plus in their experience column. She may be a punchbowl floater but she won’t be the only, or worst, by far.
    Let’s see if she even gets her DoD slot – the Langley crowd has some push on the hill and her rep ain’t the best without their 2-cents worth. Generally you don’t get to screw the Company pooch and stay in the dog show.

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    • Stormy says:

      (see how we keep coming back to that popular concept)

      I see what you did there…


    • ytz4mee says:

      Yes. When my DH had command, the JAG advising team educated him on new-fangled terms like “Prior Restraint”. I think the only reason we won WWII is because lawyers weren’t embedded with every unit in the AO. 👿


      • czarowniczy says:

        The lawyers seemed to flood in after Vietnam, like the wave of vets with GI bills and nothing functional to do all went to law school. With so many shuffling around the streets with limited incomes it appears that many just went back to the military – what better way to go than 20 years as a JAG officer with bupkis to do? You get out on a retirement with 50% of your base pay, free health insurance and no need to fight the hordes to keep from starving.


  14. glk26 says:

    Let’s face it people, we are being eaten from the inside out like a cancer from both sides of the political spectrum. There is know one in our country that is speaking truth, publically atleast . Maybe, hopefully republicans are just waiting for the new congress to be seated to take a stand. How do you stop this manufactured racist cop theme, created by Zero, Hold UP ,Sharptounge and Faracoon when the people who are supposed to be on our side are silent? Did you know that since they started this farce , that the number of police officers shot and murdered has gone UP 55% with 49 cops killed this year. How can WE stand by while police officers that are out there TONIGHT! CHRISTMAS! while we sit at home with our family and puppies and snuggle up in our new PJs and watch “It’s a wonderfull life” knowing what these poor men and women are going through across the country. Having to constantly looking over their backs now because a democrat might put round in his ear. YES I said DEMOCRAT. Everybody who is in these rioting/protesting crowds are democrats or worse. If things don,t improve in the first few months of 2015. It might be time to make plans for SHTF and do what is necesary to regain control, atleast in certain areas. Or, just bug out, and let them kill themselves(my choice).Massive BLUE FLU NATION WIDE.!!!

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  15. Lionel Verney says:

    Wonderful piece, and as usual expanded and improved by treeper input! Thank you all!

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  16. Hasn’t anyone read Stephen L. Carter???? I highly recommend all of his novels.

    His book: “Palace Council” (published July 2008) features, among other things, “A cabal of powerful men [that] meets in an East Coast mansion, sometime between the first chill of the Cold War and the dawn of the civil rights era. Claret and cigars are served. The men hatch a secret plan. Mighty forces are set in motion. People’s lives get moved around like chess pieces. Murders are committed. History is upended. Their plans bear fruit, and the country reels.”

    Most or all of Sundance’s suppositions here show up in some form or other in this novel.


  17. Stormy says:

    Truman Show.

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  18. “If you want to find out what’s more consequential than the proverbial executive ‘pen and phone’, get to understand the legal counsel who can stop any activity they desire just by writing adverse legal opinion.”

    This sounds a whole lot like Mullahs writing fatwas to me. Different “venue”, same procedure.

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  19. JAS says:

    Excellent piece with great treeper input. I love this site. Merry Christmas!!


  20. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    POLICIES LIKE THIS GIVE UNDO CONTROL TO THE EXECUTIVE! This creates a government within the government much smaller and directly controlled by the President!


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