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thorn66

More wackiness, but certainly appropriate for publication in the "Moonie Times."

In her fourth paragraph, Ms. Crowley states: "The creation of an interrogations unit to be supervised directly by the White House is a breathtaking power grab by Mr. Obama..."

Two paragraphs later she protests that: "For years, Mr. Bush's critics blasted him for running much of the war on terror from the West Wing, with only Vice President Dick Cheney and a few others involved."

So if the concern here is about "breathtaking power grabs" by the White House, where was the right-wing protest when Cheney, et al. was personally supervising and approving of the water-boarding torture regimens for terrorist suspects?


Truther

There are reasons for being concerned. Glen Beck has given people a glimpse of the Whitehouse Czars, and it is not a pretty picture, and goes to show the importance of an overview process in their selection. There ought to be a documentary examining who these people are, and what they are doing.

gringoman

MONICA////"Which brings us to Mr. Obama's second gravely irresponsible decision this week: permitting Mr. Holder to investigate CIA officers who took part in several terrorist interrogations to see if they broke the law. This opens them up to possible criminal prosecution, which in turn, will have a deathly chilling effect on all CIA officers in the field."

Just par for the course with enemies of the "Yankee imperialists."

Check with Bammy-praising Commandante Fidel Castro, or his current nurse.

Check with the Puerto Rican terrorists released by Professor Barry's AG Holder.

Check with Obama's "Czar" now targeting Glenn Beck who Identified said White House gauleiter as a Black Liberation Communist, (and you won't need to sing 'Are the Czars Out Tonight?' as you'll already know.)

Check with PW Cyberstalker, leftniki legalniki on loan here at monicamemo, possibly a lend-lease from Quebec's anti-American LE DEVOIR (a publication for 'advanced thinkers'---you know, like Cyberstalker.)

Or check with PW Cyberstalker's Chilean abogado companyero who still hopes to have "war criminal" George Bush arrested. Motive? In revenge for Iraq? You think so? Think again. Think Salvador Allende and the failure to 'Havanatize' Chile during Nixon.

gringoman

“During debate on the Senate floor, Kennedy, speaking of the effects of the act, said, "First, our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually. Under the proposed bill, the present level of immigration remains substantially the same.... Secondly, the ethnic mix of this country will not be upset.... Contrary to the charges in some quarters, [the bill] will not inundate America with immigrants from any one country or area, or the most populated and deprived nations of Africa and Asia.... In the final analysis, the ethnic pattern of immigration under the proposed measure is not expected to change as sharply as the critics seem to think.... The bill will not flood our cities with immigrants. It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society. It will not relax the standards of admission. It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs." [2] The act's supporters not only claimed the law would not change America's ethnic makeup, but that such a change was not desirable. [1]
http://wapedia.mobi/en/Immigration_Act_of_1965


Posted by: M/M | August 26, 2009 at 06:52 PM

M/M,

Thanks for nailing down the leftniki liars, the neo-coms,the Liberal Racists and one of their most useful frat boys ever.

gringoman

Here are EminemsRevenge's thoughts on Ted Kenndy's death:
http://eminemsrevenge.xanga.com/710557675/teddys-dead/

Posted by: M/M | August 26, 2009 at 07:48 PM

M/M,

You know how anxious cybER-X was to have his anti-Whitey opus downloaded. Why is he and Cyberstalker so mum about it now? I suggested a reasonable plan for these two self-proclaimed "anti-racists" and "anti-imperialists" to bring this impassioned screed to the attention of anti-Imperialist Quebec.

Response? Nada. You'd get more reaction from a clam at the bottom of the Harlem River.

Do you understand these "progressives"?

gringoman

More wackiness, but certainly appropriate for publication in the "Moonie Times."

In her fourth paragraph, Ms. Crowley states: "The creation of an interrogations unit to be supervised directly by the White House is a breathtaking power grab by Mr. Obama..."

Two paragraphs later she protests that: "For years, Mr. Bush's critics blasted him for running much of the war on terror from the West Wing, with only Vice President Dick Cheney and a few others involved."

So if the concern here is about "breathtaking power grabs" by the White House, where was the right-wing protest when Cheney, et al. was personally supervising and approving of the water-boarding torture regimens for terrorist suspects?


Posted by: thorn66 | August 27, 2009 at 01:45 PM

Earth to "Progressives" (including those who seem to need terms like "Moonie Times" to fortify their grade level in logic):

Most Americans understand that the duty of a President is to protect America, not its enemies.

Unlike "Progressives," they consider it "breath-taking" to use a President's power to protect enemies instead of Americans.

ps The reference here, of course, is to an authentically American President. Whether one who still hides virtually all of his personal records---a secrecy unprecedented in US history---fits that description, is another story.

gringoman

You'll notice that Kook de Quebec, while preening on his, uh, "superior intelligence" and legal expertise, never indicates where he passed a bar exam, or what school he graduated from. (Exactly like Slimebert, Sr. who Ummah traced to a possible tenure at Wyoming State Penitentiary.)

Posted by: gringoman | August 27, 2009 at 10:08 AM

Gringoman,

I did a brief investigation into the background of 'Kook de Quebec' and I think I may have found where he works.
The law firm of "Howard, Fine, and Howard" in Quebec has a Phil Wedeen named as one their cyberstalker interns.

Posted by: DJ | August 27, 2009 at 03:22 PM


DJ,

Interesting, He's still an intern? And here he's been coming on like someone with a summa cum laude from Shyster Evening School, Quebec Branch.

Maybe they want him for lunch-break skits, like the Graveyard Scene where Hamlet thinks an object might be a stalker, then picks it up: "Why, may that not be the skull of a lawyer?"

Well, maybe it beats the law library at Slimebert's Wyoming State Penitentiary.

M/M

"When the people find they can vote themselves money,
that will herald the end of the republic."

Benjamin Franklin
http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote/benjamin_franklin_quote_cc66
________________________________
A woman just called in to Hannity's radio show and mentioned the quote above.

Gringoman and DJ, thanks for dealing with the progs, so I won't have to.

gringoman

NOTICE TO THORN66:

By maliciously trolling for, and making an issue of, personal information of another poster here, you have established yourself as a cyberstalker. Cyberstalking is taken seriously today in most, if not all, states in the U.S. Law enforcement is well aware of it and what it often leads to. Monica herself has had personal experience with stalking. You may take comfort in your anonymity, while it lasts.

Be herein advised.

This notice will be re-posted later, for your convenience, in case you miss it.

gringoman

Riffing on Gerald Warner, and the man who made Obama:

EPITAPH FOR TED?

Powerful man. Killed more people than 3-Mile Island did.

xbjllb

"NOTICE TO THORN66... blah blah blah"

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Relax, Gringo. Your hypocrisy secret is safe with us. We're all family here, albeit quite dysfunctional.

xbjllb

If you ask me, I'd try the lot of 'em for treason and hang 'em on the White House lawn, starting with Cheney and ending with Obama.

Have to give the insane Nazi GOPwarmongers credit though; at least THEY never lied about ending wars to the American People. On the contrary.

Obama? Looks like his father was the Father of Lies after all.

Phil Wedeen

Gringoman fell into the Rabbit Hole;

"McCain made hundreds of pages of his medical history available to the media. Here, Kook, Esq. proudly produces that single page from a doctor operating in The Chicago Way (and presumably not a quack or yet brought up on charges.)

You'll notice that Kook de Quebec, while preening on his, uh, "superior intelligence" and legal expertise, never indicates where he passed a bar exam, or what school he graduated from. (Exactly like Slimebert, Sr. who Ummah traced to a possible tenure at Wyoming State Penitentiary.)

Posted by: gringoman | August 27, 2009 at 10:08 AM

A paucity of medical records indicates good health.

Mr McCain has had physical and mental health issues related to cancer and incarceration during his time in Vietnam. It would stand to reason that the 450 volumes comprised of over 4000 pages which reporters were allowed to inspect for two hour without copying while on the other hand the athletic and fit President Obama has a medical file consisting of vital signs and immunizations contained on a few sheets of paper.

Gringoman keeps mentioning his 'friend' Slimbert to whom he says languishes in jail. Seems as if this poor unfortunate has also made an inverse friendship, like so many just on this thread alone, with Gringoman.
My superior IQ and erudition seems to grow in proportion with Gringoman's insatiable jealousy.
When Gringoman commences to feign knowledge in areas where he hasn't a clue, which in its numerosity approaches the infinite, he reveals the Clouseau-like characterture of a dolt; or, on the brighter side, a coffee table dilettante with a Google bookmark: deferential, glad to be of use.

Phil Wedeen

DJ seems interested in having ex-parte communication with me.
Is so, DJ, just ask.

Phil Wedeen

PW, have you read 'Mexifornia' by Victor Davis Hanson yet? He would certainly disagree with you when it comes to Mestizos assimilating.

Posted by: DJ | August 26, 2009 at 09:39 PM

The man with the Montreal White Pages on his lap asks if I have bought into the assimilation mandate.
No, and I have not read Mexifornia.
I have read the Treaty of Hildago and the its surrounding history. Perhaps an annoyance to Davis-Hanson and perhaps too arcane for you.
Davis-Hanson has been critiqued for a failure to explore the rebuttal of Transnationalism to his thesis based on the symbiotic interest of both societies.

To wit, DJ: In terms of capitalist interest Mexico serves as a better platform for business interest. The paucity of environmental standards, cheap labor, low taxes,a government which is receptive to monied interests and a diminution of freedom to organise labor, make Mexico a haven unfettered for business.

A repeal of the Hidalgo Accord would cure a lot of headaches for corporate interests throughout the american southwest. A republican getting screwed because nobody in Washington some 3000 miles away listens while Mexico City is just 1700 miles from LA.
Offshore drilling, pollution of the air, rivers and ocean can go unabated. Should a worker file a claim the police will have him and his lawyer disappeared.

Best of all are the middle-class sensibilities of people like DJ. No longer will you need to drive from urban San Diego into tawdry Tijuana. No. Now you will enter into the Republica Mexicana at the border in the manicured suburbs of Marin County above San Francisco.
You'll be able to remark that at least in Alta California, Mexico, there are a good number of Anglos who will instill comfort only because they will remind you of home.
Look at the retreat of the Stars and Stripes in this area as a restoration, a conservatism if you will; and a win-win for la justicia on both sides of the new frontier.
Good for soccer, too.
And novellas...
and don't forget lucha libre.

gringoman

A paucity of medical records indicates good health.

Mr McCain has had physical and mental health issues related to cancer and incarceration during his time in Vietnam. It would stand to reason that the 450 volumes comprised of over 4000 pages which reporters were allowed to inspect for two hour without copying while on the other hand the athletic and fit President Obama has a medical file consisting of vital signs and immunizations contained on a few sheets of paper.

Gringoman keeps mentioning his 'friend' Slimbert to whom he says languishes in jail. Seems as if this poor unfortunate has also made an inverse friendship, like so many just on this thread alone, with Gringoman.
My superior IQ and erudition seems to grow in proportion with Gringoman's insatiable jealousy.
When Gringoman commences to feign knowledge in areas where he hasn't a clue, which in its numerosity approaches the infinite, he reveals the Clouseau-like characterture of a dolt; or, on the brighter side, a coffee table dilettante with a Google bookmark: deferential, glad to be of use.

Posted by: Phil Wedeen | August 27, 2009 at 07:10 PM

A paucity of medical records indicates good health.

[GRINGO: OMG, would even a Montreal intern, of entry level IQ be satisfied with one page for POTUS?]

Mr McCain has had physical and mental health issues related to cancer and incarceration during his time in Vietnam. It would stand to reason that the 450 volumes comprised of over 4000 pages which reporters were allowed to inspect for two hour without copying while on the other hand the athletic and fit President Obama has a medical file consisting of vital signs and immunizations contained on a few sheets of paper.

[GRINGO:Even entry-level comprhension is expected to know that Obama has a history of drug use---something that would never be skimmed over in a Republican with a one-page scam job from a Chicago Way doctor]

Gringoman keeps mentioning his 'friend' Slimbert to whom he says languishes in jail.

[GRINGO: PW's remedial English syntax aside, such a statement was never made about 'Slimbert'. Do Montreal interns never take lie detector tests?]

Seems as if this poor unfortunate has also made an inverse friendship, like so many just on this thread alone, with Gringoman.
My superior IQ and erudition seems to grow in proportion with Gringoman's insatiable jealousy.

[GRINGO: Psychotic delusions, a loony sense of grandeur etc no longer keep interns out of work in Marxist Montreal? Is there a new anti-discrimination Law?]


When Gringoman commences to feign knowledge in areas where he hasn't a clue, which in its numerosity approaches the infinite, he reveals the Clouseau-like characterture of a dolt; or, on the brighter side, a coffee table dilettante with a Google bookmark: deferential, glad to be of use.

[GRINGO: This is the evidence. There must be such an anti-discrimination Law. How else could someone like this be hired, even in People's Montreal? Look at his syntax, logical coherence and contact with the world outside of legal statutes. It's barely above that of his cyberstalking predecessor, the mentally muddled Agent Slimey of Slimebert & Associates. ]


gringoman

"NOTICE TO THORN66... blah blah blah"

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Relax, Gringo. Your hypocrisy secret is safe with us. We're all family here, albeit quite dysfunctional.

Posted by: xbjllb | August 27, 2009 at 06:37 PM

Earth to cyber9.11:

Cyberstalking won't get you anywhere either. Here's why. Even in Monica's case, insanity was no excuse. By now, your file is bigger than PW's head.

xbjllb

"Even in Monica's case, insanity was no excuse."

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I am SO glad I hardly ever know what the heck you're off about.

I view it as a sign of my continuing sanity.

gringoman

The judge cited a Virginia court decision that the Internet’s “virtually unlimited, inexpensive and almost immediate means of communication” with the masses means “the dangers of its misuse cannot be ignored. The protection of the right to communicate anonymously must be balanced against the need to assure that those persons who choose to abuse the opportunities presented by this medium can be made to answer for such transgressions.”

Cyberbullies, she wrote, cannot hide “behind an illusory shield of purported First Amendment rights.”

---Daniel Drezner, An Obligatory Fisking of Maureen Dowd

Phil Wedeen

'Speaking of books, my coffee table is so over-loaded I even have to lay Dostoyevsky down on the floor"....-GRINGOMAN


He teases with this naughty bit regarding personal intimacy and bitches us because somebody asked about state sponsored meds.
One clicks the name, sees the profile, sees the photo, and gets the picture.
Okay, he's a twenty year old wih grey hair.. lay off guys (not you Fyodor).

Phil Wedeen

Holder to investigate CIA officers who took part in several terrorist interrogations to see if they broke the law. This opens them up to possible criminal prosecution, which in turn, will have a deathly chilling effect on all CIA officers in the field." GRINGOMAN

Might send a tingle up Cheney's pants too?

gringoman

Revolt? By who? Is Glenn Beck just a populist rightwing alarmist about the leftwing/corporate Obama regime, or is there something valid in his stated concern ?


THE IMPERIAL PRESIDENCY
Glenn Beck's fear of Obama: Seize power overnight
Rush: 'Most dangerous time in my life for freedom and liberty in this country'
Posted: August 26, 2009
9:30 pm Eastern

By Joe Kovacs
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

Will President Obama "seize power overnight" in a move to White House control of the U.S. government?
That's the fear of Fox News anchor Glenn Beck who discussed the issue at length today with another broadcasting powerhouse, radio's Rush Limbaugh.
"I fear this has so much framework already prepared, that they will seize power overnight before anybody even gives it a second thought," Beck said.

His comment came as he was analyzing the changing nature of the media since Obama's election, citing the administration's close ties with the NBC , owned by corporate giant General Electric:

If you watch what could only be called the administration's organ – anything involved with or NBC – you've got [GE CEO] Jeffrey Immelt on the board of the Federal Reserve, you have him in the Oval Office consulting not only on, but the financial situation, and they are an organ. If you watch MSNBC, I contend that you will see the future because they are laying the ground for a horrible event ... anything from the right, there's some awful event and I fear this government, this administration has so much framework already prepared, that they will seize power overnight before anybody even gives it a second thought.

Limbaugh responded, "I don't think they're going to be able to seize it overnight without anybody knowing about it."
__________________

gringoman

'Speaking of books, my coffee table is so over-loaded I even have to lay Dostoyevsky down on the floor"....-GRINGOMAN


He teases with this naughty bit regarding personal intimacy and bitches us because somebody asked about state sponsored meds.
One clicks the name, sees the profile, sees the photo, and gets the picture.
Okay, he's a twenty year old wih grey hair.. lay off guys (not you Fyodor).

Posted by: Phil Wedeen | August 27, 2009 at 11:38 PM

Why does cybER-X, author of the impassioned 'A WORLD WITHOUT WHITEY' still hesitate to be downloaded by PW Cyberstalker in anti-American,anti-racist Quebec?

Any guesses?

Or is it too obvious?

Ummahgummah

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The law firm of "Howard, Fine, and Howard" in Quebec has a Phil Wedeen named as one their cyberstalker interns.

Posted by: DJ | August 27, 2009 at 03:22 PM

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I wonder if they are aware what he is doing on company time.

.

DJ

The law firm of "Howard, Fine, and Howard" in Quebec has a Phil Wedeen named as one their cyberstalker interns.

Posted by: DJ | August 27, 2009 at 03:22 PM

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I wonder if they are aware what he is doing on company time.

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Posted by: Ummah Gummah | August 28, 2009 at 10:23 AM

Ummah,

I assume the law firm of Howard, Fine, and Howard aka Dewey, Cheatem, & Howe, are quite pleased with his antics.

http://www.retroplanet.com/mm5/graphics/00000001/22830.jpg

gringoman

INTERNET COMMENTS ON SENATOR KENNEDY


SageReader wrote:
Teddy's endorsement of Obama reflected the turf war between the Clintons and the Kennedys. At the time of the endorsement, Hillary looked like a good bet to further the legacy of the Clinton name in the White House.

So Teddy made an effort to endorse the one candidate who could quash the ascendancy of the anticipated Clinton dynasty.

It's not complicated -- just follow the Kennedy egos. They already had papa Joe's ill begotten money to satisfy their more basic needs on the liberal hierarchy of needs and wants.
8/28/2009 11:33 AM EDT
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cloverfield wrote:
Ironic that an Irish clan like the Kennedy's who hate, hate the British would be compared to a British monarch.

May the pro-abortion, philandering, murderer rot in Hades trapped in a hellish playhouse where they only show British dramatic theater over and over again.

gringoman

INTERNET COMMENTS ON SENATOR KENNEDY


sarahsclueless wrote:
Krissy:
Nice indictment of a family that has devoted their lives to public service.

And, the conservatives have no sick S.O.B.'s right? All the bible thumpers like Sanford, Vitter, Ensign, etc., are examples of the high moral standards amongst conservatives.

The leader of your party Rush is a drug addict and closet h-omo, Glenn a drug addict and alcholic, Hannity an idiot.

You're right, let's bad mouth the Kennedy's; they've done nothing for America.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


topper wrote:
Hey, Sarah. When was the last time a Republican killed a 20 year-old woman? Left her to suffocate in a car slowly filling with water? Tried to pin the blame on anyone who would take it? This guy, a cheater in college, lived off the Kennedy "mystique," followed in his old man's footsteps as a thuggish womanizer, driving his wife to drink and a nervous breakdown, and used his, excuse the expression, "weight," to ram through an immigration fiasco that we will pay for for the rest of our lives. That's some legacy.

gringoman

The law firm of "Howard, Fine, and Howard" in Quebec has a Phil Wedeen named as one their cyberstalker interns.

Posted by: DJ | August 27, 2009 at 03:22 PM

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I wonder if they are aware what he is doing on company time.

.

Posted by: Ummah Gummah | August 28, 2009 at 10:23 AM

Ummah,

I assume the law firm of Howard, Fine, and Howard aka Dewey, Cheatem, & Howe, are quite pleased with his antics.

http://www.retroplanet.com/mm5/graphics/00000001/22830.jpg

Posted by: DJ | August 28, 2009 at 12:28 PM

A problem for Le Kook de Quebec who still will not confirm or deny ACLU affiliation, like that of his Comrade de Chile y California y Baja: Who can be as pleased with PW Cyberstalker as PW Cyberstalker is with himself?

Oh, wait. There is an answer: Stalker's highly educated professorial Comrade mentioned above---the one who still hopes to get George Bush arrested,you know, as delayed pay-back to the Yankees for Allende's failure to Havanatize Chile in 1970.

Cyberstalker knows exactly who I mean. Whether he's intelligent enough to know exactly what I mean is another matter.

DJ

Transition to Black Rule?

Jared Taylor, November 14, 2008

"The presidential election of 2008 brings to mind another vote that took place 16 years ago in South Africa: the referendum in which whites voted to turn power over to blacks. Though it has long been overshadowed by the 1994 general elections that brought the African National Congress (ANC) to power, it was the referendum of March 17, 1992, that ended white rule.

By 1992, President F. W. de Klerk and his National Party government had repealed all the major apartheid laws. The ANC had been unbanned, and Mr. de Klerk had started discussions with Mr. Mandela on a new constitution that would enfranchise blacks and “share power.”

Andries Treurnicht and his Conservative party led the opposition to these negotiations, saying the president had no authority to negotiate a new constitution. Mr. de Klerk decided to put the question to the people. If he won the referendum, he would push on to a new constitution; if he lost, he would resign and call a general election.

The referendum asked the following question: “Do you support continuation of the reform process which the State President began on February 2, 1990, and which is aimed at a new constitution through negotiation?” (It was on February 2, 1990, that Mr. de Klerk announced the unbanning of the ANC and the release of Mr. Mandela from prison.)

The National Party—the traditional party of the Afrikaners—mounted a massive campaign for a “yes” vote, warning that a “no” would mean more international sanctions and black violence. One of its campaign posters was of an armed member of the Afrikaner Resistance Movement—a militant white organization—with the slogan, “You can stop this man! Vote YES.” In other words, the real menace for South Africa was a white man with a gun.

The Conservative Party, which campaigned for a “no” vote, warned that “power sharing” was just another name for black rule, and that whites had the right and the duty to govern themselves.

How did the people of the Great Trek, the Battle of Blood River, and the Boer War vote? They feared international isolation more than they feared black rule; whites voted 68 to 31 percent for “continuation of the reform process.” Nor was this a decision forced upon Afrikaners by white English-speakers. Though some militant groups boycotted the referendum, all election analysts agree that a majority of Afrikaners voted “yes,” and some even believe there was more support among Afrikaners than British South Africans. Whites therefore had the chance to keep their country, but gave it away. That vote ensured the ANC victory of 1994 and everything that has followed.

American whites are not quite as eager as the South Africans were. In the November 4 election, only 43 percent voted for black rule—pardon me, for Barack Obama. Fifty-five percent of whites wanted John McCain to be their president but it was blacks and Hispanics who got the president they wanted, not whites. Every year, as the number of non-whites increases, whites will have less say about who rules them.

Entirely aside from politics or questions of competence or experience, the election of a president most whites did not want is a jarring symbol of lost autonomy. If their numbers continue to decline, whites will not get the schools, the neighborhoods, the culture—and ultimately, the country—they want.

Perhaps it is because whites have brought diminished status upon themselves that we are expected to take pride in it rather than fight to reverse it. As Paul Krugman explained helpfully in the New York Times, “If the election of our first African-American president didn’t stir you, if it didn’t leave you teary-eyed and proud of your country, there’s something wrong with you.” This means there is something wrong with at least 55 percent of whites, but that has been the Times’s position for years.

Mr. Krugman’s joy in Mr. Obama’s victory is shared by whites all around the world. “We have great hopes that we are standing at the dawn of a new era,” wrote the Norwegian daily Aftenposten. “One Giant Step for Mankind” read the front page of England’s Sun newspaper. A headline on the London Telegraph website declared: “Barack Obama Victory Allows Britain to Love US Again.” The Times modestly headlined its election story, “The New World.” Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada spoke of Mr. Obama’s “tremendous, historic” victory, and the Toronto Sun called it “an historic milestone like no other.” Le Monde in Paris noted that “from Left to Right, [French] politicians have been competing for superlatives with which to praise the election of Barack Obama.” Milan’s Corriere della Sera wrote that Mr. Obama was “the man who can save America from utter breakdown.”

This chorus of rejoicing has eerie parallels to how the world’s whites welcomed black rule in South Africa. In 1993, Mr. Mandela and Mr. de Klerk shared the Nobel Peace Prize for their new, “power-sharing” constitution. Mary McGrory of the Washington Post gushed only slightly more than most when she wrote in her May 12, 1994 column that “Nelson Mandela has won what the [Washington] Post calls ‘one of history’s sweetest victories over racial subjugation’ and he is going to keep it clean and beautiful so that newspaper readers will think they are reading scripture when they read dispatches from South Africa that cannot be read except through tears.”

Fourteen years later—just 14 years later—does anyone have second thoughts? Under white rule, South Africa was climbing steadily in the UN’s Human Development Index. It reversed course the first year of black rule and has dropped ever since. South Africa can no longer keep accurate crime statistics, but it is unquestionably one of the most dangerous places on earth. Anyone who can afford to lives in a private fortress, and carjacking is so common it is considered foolish to stop at a red light after dark. Amazon.com limits shipping to South Africa because postal workers steal so many packages. Interpol reports that South Africa has the highest rape rate in the world—and the highest AIDS rate. About one-fifth of South African men admit they have raped a woman, and an estimated 35 percent of the armed forces have AIDS. Race preferences for blacks are so ruthless that approximately 50 percent of white men are self-employed and nearly a million whites have emigrated, most citing crime and race preferences.

Surely, not even Mary McGrory would think this sounds like the Book of Matthew. And how about Mr. de Klerk? Would he not give up a hundred Nobel Peace Prizes for a country in which his grandchildren could be safe and proud?

Of course, our election is different from the South African referendum but the effect is the same: Whites are placing their destinies in the hands of others. The South Africans did it suddenly; we are doing it gradually.

Let us hope whites all over the world save their newspapers from November 5, 2008, with their extravagant headlines and dizzy hopes. Let them reread them 10 or 15 years from now—and let them think of South Africa."



Truther

My take on the Cyber Security Grab :

Heavy-handedness in the light of a security threat. True, enough, that networked systems on the Internet are a problem, and attacks from various sources might cause problems for government computers and the national infrastructure.

Solution : Take defensive measures. Disconnect sensitive systems from the Internet, back up information, create public awareness of potential problems and patrol to ensure compliance with regulations if need be (the electric grid, for instance). Finally, a proactive approach might be implemented to scan across the net for "bot" like activity patterns that might suggest attacks. Google/NSA might be useful for this.

Obama's approach suggests naivate regarding computer networks and a bully-type response to a threat w/o regard of people's rights. People are correct to be alarmed. The people in charge of cyber security apparently were not that professional, or tried to take advantage of Obama's lack of undertanding. Another deplorable failure, really, just to do a simple thing.

Phil Wedeen

JARAD TAYLOR: A RACIST IN THE GUISE OF AN EXPERT

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day last week, when much of the nation took a holiday, "race-relations expert" Jared Taylor was hard at work. He began at 6:45 a.m. with an interview with a Columbus radio station. At 7:05 he was on the air in Orlando. An hour later his voice greeted morning commuters in Huntingdon, W.Va.

At 10:10 a.m., he was introduced no fewer than four times as "race relations expert Jared Taylor" on Fred Honsberger's call-in show on the Pittsburgh Cable News Channel. Four hours later, he was back on the air with Honsberger on KDKA radio, where he repeated the message he'd been thumping all day: Martin Luther King Jr. was a philanderer, a plagiarist and a drinker who left a legacy of division and resentment, and was unworthy of a national holiday.

What Taylor did not say, and what Honsberger didn't seem to know until I picked up the phone and called in myself, was that Jared Taylor believes black people are genetically predisposed to lower IQs that whites, are sexually promiscuous because of hyperactive sex drives. Race-relations expert Jared Taylor keeps company with a collection of racists, racial "separatists" and far-right extremists.

Taylor heads the Virginia-based New Century Foundation. Its board of directors has included a leader of the Council of Conservative Citizens, successor to the White Citizens Councils of the 1960s. A former board member represented the American Friends of the British National Party, a neo-fascist and anti-Semitic far-right group in England. Another board member is an anti-immigration author who has also reviewed books for a Holocaust denial journal.

Race-relations expert Jared Taylor publishes American Renaissance magazine, which features an array of pseudoscientific studies that purport to show the folly of multiculturalism and the inherent failure of the races to live together. Or, as Taylor once wrote, "If whites permit themselves to be displaced, it is not just the high culture of the West that could disappear but such things as representative government, rule of law and freedom of speech, which whites usually get right and everyone else usually gets wrong."

What Taylor represents and how he got himself on no fewer than a half-dozen radio and television stations in large markets to denounce Martin Luther King illustrates the new tactics of white supremacy. Employing the dispassionate language of sociological and genetic studies, and under the veneer of academic inquiry, an assortment of highly educated people now push the theory that everything from unwed motherhood in Atlanta to economic collapse in Gambia can be explained by the genetic code imprinted on the races.

With a magazine that sounds as if it might be found on a coffee table in Mt. Lebanon, a degree from Yale, and fluency in three languages, Taylor easily found takers when his assistants blasted e-mails to scores of radio stations offering a Martin Luther King Day guest.

"Not everyone celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King," the pitch reads. "Editor of American Renaissance magazine and race-relations expert Jared Taylor would be pleased to offer your listeners a view of Dr. King that challenges conventional wisdom."

Taylor's resume, conveniently linked to the e-mail, was formidable: bachelor's from Yale, master's in economics from the Institute for Political Study in Paris, business consultant in Japan, author of a quartet of books, two of them on race. It was all true, but gave nary a hint of what Taylor is really about.

"Jared Taylor is the cultivated, cosmopolitan face of white supremacy," said Mark Potok, editor of Intelligence Report, the magazine of the Southern Poverty Law Center. "He is the guy who is providing the intellectual heft, in effect, to modern-day Klansmen."

Taylor insists leftists are simply using that language to demonize intellectuals who take on sensitive issues.

"I've never been a member of the Klan. I've never known a person who is a member of the Klan," Taylor told Honsberger.

It's hard to say if Taylor knows any Klansmen, but they certainly know him. When conservative author Dinesh D'Souza attended one of Taylor's American Renaissance conferences, he bumped into David Duke, former Klansman and segregationist, chatting with Taylor. Another Klan stalwart is Don Black, whose neo-Nazi Web site, Stormfront.org, is a clearinghouse for extremist literature. Black gained celebrity in 1981 when he was arrested as he boarded a boat for Dominica where he and nine other mercenaries planned to overthrow that predominantly black island's government and install a white colonial junta. Potok, whose group occasional infiltrates Taylor's gatherings, sent me a photo of Black sitting at Jared Taylor's kitchen table, a beer in hand.

Maybe Taylor doesn't know any Klansmen, but before selling his house he might have to spray for them.

Taylor's strategy when I confronted him was to deny things that are easily proven. He insisted American Renaissance had never published an article in which theocratic writer Rousas J. Rushdoony denounced interracial marriage as Biblically unsound.

I refer Taylor to the July 2001 edition of his own magazine, in which H.A. Scott Trask calls intermarriage "racial suicide" and observes: "The Late Rousas J. Rushdoony points out that Biblical law and example is against all kinds of unequal yoking. 'The burden of the law is thus against inter-religious, interracial, and inter-cultural marriages, in that they normally go against the very community which marriage is designed to establish."

One of the more tendentious exchanges took place when I challenged Taylor to state whether he had published articles in "the quarterly of the British National Party."

"I don't believe the BNP has a quarterly," Taylor replied.

He's right. They have a monthly. It's called "Spearhead," and it carried Taylor's writings in the early 1990s, under his other name, Samuel Taylor. This relationship is no accident. Taylor's conferences have included speeches on white nationalism by none other than Nick Griffin, a Holocaust denier and leader of the BNP. Spearhead's editor, John Tyndall, toured the United States last year. After stops to visit David Duke in New Orleans, where Tyndall noted with disapproval the large number of racial minorities, he moved on to Oakton, Va., where he stayed at Taylor's home.

Before that, Tyndall was treated to lunch by Samuel Francis, one of the board members of Taylor's New Century Foundation.

A decade ago, Francis was fired by The Washington Times for a racist speech he delivered at an American Renaissance Conference. Since then he has busied himself as editor of The Citizens Informer, monthly paper of The Council of Conservative Citizens. The paper features regular accounts of invasions by non-white immigrants, black-on-white crime and the need for racial purity.

Those who would suggest that the Council's connections to Francis and Francis's ties to Taylor are guilt-by-association might want to consider the New Century Foundation's own tax filings for 1999. On line 80 of their IRS Form 990, Taylor's foundation lists the Council of Conservative Citizens as an organization to which it is "related ... through common membership, governing bodies, trustees, officers, etc."

This was the very year that the Council of Conservative Citizens included a link on its Web site to the Free Market Party. The link was quickly cancelled when the Free Market Party's founder and sole member, Richard Baumhammers, left his Mt. Lebanon home with a pistol in hand, killed his Jewish neighbor, set her house afire, then embarked on a two-county rampage that targeted Asians, Indians and blacks. In all, five people died. Baumhammers was concerned, like those who circle Jared Taylor's planet of intellect, about the expansion of non-white races.

None of this, of course, would meet with the approval of Jared Taylor, race-relations expert, who took the pains to tell Honsberger that people should be free to marry whomever they want, and that suggestions he is a racist are meant simply to shut up anyone who wants to rationally discuss race outside the norms of safe politics.

Such assurances would be more comforting if the audience that orbits planet Jared did not include members of the National Alliance, the Council of Conservative Citizens, the British National Party, Don Black, and David Duke. Taylor says he doesn't know any Klansmen. What is scarier is that he doesn't know his audience -- and the radio stations that gave him a platform on Martin Luther King Jr. Day didn't really know their guest.

Copyright ©1997-2005 PG Publishing Co., Inc.


Jarad seems to be among friends here.



DJ

What a load of dung PW just posted. It amounts to a third rate character assassination of the esteemed Jared Taylor. But that's to be expected from the Left.

----"Martin Luther King Jr. was a philanderer, a plagiarist and a drinker who left a legacy of division and resentment, and was unworthy of a national holiday."

ALL TRUE. MLK also had strong links to communist organizations.

----"Jared Taylor believes black people are genetically predisposed to lower IQs that whites, are sexually promiscuous because of hyperactive sex drives."

Absolutely true. Murray and Herrstein present the empirical data in The Bell Curve to support that. In fact any Psycometrician worth his or her salt knows that fact very well but due to political, social, and economic considerations dare not proclaim it.

http://www.eugenics.net/papers/mssel.html

----"Taylor's conferences have included speeches on white nationalism by none other than Nick Griffin, a Holocaust denier and leader of the BNP."

Nick Griffin is NOT a Holocaust denier nor is the BNP anti-Semitic. They have and continue to welcome Jews into the party.

----"A decade ago, Francis was fired by The Washington Times for a racist speech he delivered at an American Renaissance Conference."

Francis got fired for telling the truth about racial differences. I.e., being unPC got him fired.

----""Jared Taylor is the cultivated, cosmopolitan face of white supremacy," said Mark Potok, editor of Intelligence Report, the magazine of the Southern Poverty Law Center. "He is the guy who is providing the intellectual heft, in effect, to modern-day Klansmen."

Mark Potok spends his every waking hours searching for a Klansman, an anti-Semite, or a hate-crime against a 'protected minority'. If he can't find one, he's been known to make false claims to stir the pot. Potok is a spiteful troublemaker/racial instigator par excellence.

----"Such assurances would be more comforting if the audience that orbits planet Jared did not include members of the National Alliance, the Council of Conservative Citizens, the British National Party, Don Black, and David Duke. Taylor says he doesn't know any Klansmen. What is scarier is that he doesn't know his audience.

There are legions of radical extremists in the Democratic Party. Just take a look at those that orbit planet Obama. What's scarier still is Obama KNOWS his radical audience. In fact he hand picked most of them.

gringoman

None of this, of course, would meet with the approval of Jared Taylor, race-relations expert, who took the pains to tell Honsberger that people should be free to marry whomever they want, and that suggestions he is a racist are meant simply to shut up anyone who wants to rationally discuss race outside the norms of safe politics.

Such assurances would be more comforting if the audience that orbits planet Jared did not include members of the National Alliance, the Council of Conservative Citizens, the British National Party, Don Black, and David Duke. Taylor says he doesn't know any Klansmen. What is scarier is that he doesn't know his audience -- and the radio stations that gave him a platform on Martin Luther King Jr. Day didn't really know their guest.

Copyright ©1997-2005 PG Publishing Co., Inc.


Jarad seems to be among friends here.

Posted by: Phil Wedeen | August 28, 2009 at 04:30 PM

Hark! What have we here? A liberal racist has "discovered" what he sees as a non-liberal racist? And the statute-spewing liberal racist practically concedes that the purported non-liberal racist can clean his clock intellectually and academically? (Was this not the unkindest blow for a savant gauche?)

'Zounds! Where can this lead? Cyberstalker will soon reveal to us the scads of liberal racists (of all complexions)who have surrounded Barack Hussein Obama his entire adult life?

You think the righteous Stalker will not? Really? He won't tell the hideous liberal racist truth about Lefty in the White House, and all those, uh, intimate associations? Really? You mean, PW Stalker will not fess up about the liberal racists---not even for the sake of LE DEVOIR-style integrity and intellectual self-respect?

Do you think so little of him?

DJ

---"ADL joins SPLC in Condemning Jared Taylor"

LOL

Notice how when PW gets his butt kicked he runs into the arms of his ideological mommy and daddy.

Truther

Big Boston Medical meets the Obama federal government :

http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/realityzone/UFN1000finevaccination.html

All individuals not accepting vaccination will be placed into a ghetto!

Truther

Vaccination refusniks!

If you are apprehensive about vaccination, you can get something like an ACORN talk on how it really it not that bad. I liked it better when they did bad art.

gringoman

MCCAIN WITH SARAH PALIN RE DEATH PANELS

VIDEO//http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/heather/mccain-throws-sarah-palin-agrees-vha-pamph

SOCIALIST SAMMY/////John McCain embraces his former running mate Sarah Palin's "death panel" rhetoric on Sean Hannity's show last night and throwing in a little fear mongering about socialized medicine for good measure. I want to know when McCain is going to give up his government health care since he thinks it's so scary.

HANNITY: Senator, your running mate, Governor Sarah Palin, came out with a very hard-hitting posting on Facebook, which I agreed with especially in light of what we've seen in Great Britain and Canada and elsewhere.

And then we had the Obama administration that brought back this book that the Bush administration had gotten rid of, "Your Life, Your Choices." They go through a series of scenarios with veterans at VA hospitals and nursing homes, which basically says, well, you know, you don't want to be a burden to society, to your family.

Is that the kind of death panel that maybe people were afraid of when they read pages 425 to 430 of the House bill?

MCCAIN: Yes, but I think they're also concerned because they're well read, they're well informed, they're knowledgeable. They know what's happening in other countries where basically there is a rationing of health care particularly when people reach a certain age as to what kind of treatment they can and if they can get it.

The incredible delays in acquiring that kind of care, so I think it's and not just that, I think it's the example of government-run health care in other countries which is not — America is not ready for that.

gringoman


Quote:
Originally Posted by terryobrien1980
Good Palin video, with lots of good comments:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H4ZzSA6oOs


No wonder LibWorld (and RINOS) are upset with the "unsophisticated" Sarah Palin.

First the "unsophisticated " Sarah forced a "sophisticated" Obama retreat on "Death Panels."

Now, in the video above, she's giving him grief over his Trial Lawyers. Looks like the "unsophisticated" Sarah knows that the "sophisticated" Barack is practically owned by the Trial Lawyers, despite his Health Care "reform." She's beep-beeping the White House from just a little old Facebook platform. Yet she still doesn't couture with the metrosexual touch of Professor Cool.

Is Annie-Who-Got-Her-Gun being a very bad girl?
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gringoman

Originally Posted by bitterclingerincalif View Post
I understand now what a friend of mine (she lives in the UK) meant when she told me via email she was concerned about her mother's knee surgery, not because of her mother's health, but that she might not have a room to stay in or enough care for her.

Now this is just hear say and she might have just been joking, you never know via email. But if there is even an inkling of concern, some jokes will be made of it I suppose.
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EL GRINGOMAN//////After hearing Michele Bachmann on Mark Levin tonight, it could be that a real "Grey Panther" revolt might be the only way to stop Obamacare. Why? She said that Nancy Pelosi wants a Government-run system as much as Obama does and will do anything to get the blue dogs in line etc. Election suicide for Dems? So what? Bachmann says Pelosi might even give up her own Speakership if it meant saddling America with Big Government Health Care. That's how much the rich beeyotch wants it, as she and her family will never be subject to it.

It gets even more devious. Bachmann said the Dems can ensure that the system won't go into effect till 2013, AFTER the 2012 Election. That way, people won't even feel what it's going to do to them till it's too late to stop it. The Marxist geeks and their lemming legions will have had their way with them.

Now tell me about Revolt.
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www.gringoman.com
Escaping Politically Correct

Truther

McLaughlin last week :

1. The UN should subscript the African pirates as its standing army.
2. Buchanan suggested China is engaged in a trade war, but Mort said "No." They are just
marketing their goods. Mort is dead wrong. They have sold products below cost, supplanted
by loans from our own banks, using our retirement money. That is a trade war, aided and
abetted by citizens of the world in the business community of the US. We did not retaliate
against this dumping, which should have been done by support from our government, It did not
happen. Tariffs are needed to moderate trade. Obama is more popular for
the reason stated by Monica : He is giving away the store. We have done this in the past -
traded unemployment for improved relations through favorable trade arrangements. Considering
the hole we have in our economy, the world ought to be throwing flowers at us, and the Chinese
giving us their babies to kiss, and offering aid. I am looking forward to the day that Apple
brings production back to the US.

Fie to those who do not see the citizens of the US as bona fide members of our nation, and to those that actually want to see our citizens migrating out.


Truther

What is this cash for chunkers program? Placing obese people into a camp and offering them cash for losing weight is discriminatory and depresses private business.

Truther

Prior to WW2, resources were distributed about and trade was established that intentionally placed most weapons production in Germany, they saying at the time it would prevent war. This delayed US entry into WW2 by at least a year. The idea of trade somehow defusing tension and avoiding war is actually incorrect. It is a harbinger of conflict, created by undiffused tension.

In our modern age, how could there be a war with China, if China was armed like 1927 Germany?

xbjllb

Princess: RE: Obama's "war" on the CIA.

Obama is not at war with "the CIA". Obama is CIA himself, raised in the Agency by his mother, an operative who was tasked with infiltrating the Black Power and Black Separatist movements in the US in the 60's. As many have already deduced from her history.

Obama is not at war with "the CIA." Any "war" has already been fought and won, or you could more properly think of it as a coup, against not "the CIA" but against George Herbert Walker Bush's rogue CIA "unit" within the Agency itself. Bush NEVER left the CIA when he went on to bigger and more public things; however, the CIA has now expunged and excised the cancer his unit, under his illegal rogue control, became.

And unless CIA torturers were in his unit (and many of them were), they've got nothing to fear from Obama and the new management and they well know it. The ones who were just following orders will be duly and permanently protected, as all fascist countries protect those they turn into animals who were "just following orders" without some sort of justice being imposed on from without.

But ALL who were in Poppy's unit have much to fear, whether they tortured or merely shuffled enough papers to keep 9-11 on plan, on time, and on schedule.

Or whether or not they manufactured "news" as "witnesses" or "journalists".

The CIA understands that our new masters China, who very much are our financial masters (although we think we're just hustling them) will no longer fund our little soirees into the Middle East and Latin America.

And that bankrupt countries fight piss poor wars. This is one time where the military AND the CIA are definitely on the same page.

I've noticed Cheney seems to have finally shut up. He was due for a warcrimes trial if he didn't.

xbjllb

"In our modern age, how could there be a war with China, if China was armed like 1927 Germany?"

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All China has to do to destroy the US for the foreseeable future is to dump every dollar they hold onto the currency market and buy gold.

If I was China, I would have done it years ago. But then, they have more patience than I do when it comes to Obamas.

Checkers

Gee, what a guy!

8/28/09: Soviet files show Teddy sought deal with Andropov to undermine Reagan

http://www.forbes.com/2009/08/27/ted-kennedy-soviet-union-ronald-reagan-opinions-columnists-peter-robinson.html

gringoman

SARAH PAILIN TWITTERS

(gringoNOTE:: From her little Facebook platform 'ANNIE GET YOUR GUN' (Broadway, Irving Berlin) has gotten the powerful and "sophisticated" President Cool to backtrack on 'Death Panels,' and is now calling him to task for being in the pockets of the Trial Lawyers while he speechifies on "Health Care Reform." Now she Twitters.


1. Last state twitter. Thank you Alaska! I love you. God bless Alaska. God bless the U.S.A.7:30 PM Jul 26th from TwitterBerry
2.
Beautiful Frbnks morn;cabinet members here w/me & LtGov to serve @ picnic,then changing of guard ceremony;Great to be in Golden Heart City!9:57 AM Jul 26th from TwitterBerry
3.
RdTrip7 hrs wKid Rock/Martina McBride/Big&Rich/Grtchn Wilson/Billy Currngtn/Hank/Toby/VanP/Blk I P's/Greenwd/Straight/etc&USO artists=heaven7:26 PM Jul 25th from TwitterBerry
4.
W/kids in camper;on World's Best Rd Trip!To soar by Mt.McKinley&rushing rivers,we remember all of AK is BIG/WILD/GOOD LIFE;feel freedom here6:02 PM Jul 25th from TwitterBerry
5.
Wrapped up Anch Gov's Picnic, awesome. Now road trip to Fairbanks for farewell speech/changing of the guard. Camper full of kids & coffee...5:51 PM Jul 25th from TwitterBerry
6.
Tomrrw host Anch Gov's Picnic; LtGov Parnell/I love these events- literally getting to serve you!Then Sunday Frbnks Picnic/Transition speech11:07 PM Jul 24th from TwitterBerry
7.
Great 3rd(& final) Governor's Picnic in hometown tonite;loved the focus: honoring military&Blue Star families;no politickin' just patriotism11:04 PM Jul 24th from TwitterBerry
8.
Here's link to presser re: most recent ethics complaint dismissal. http://tinyurl.com/lysear5:02 PM Jul 24th from TwitterBerry
9.
Another victory for my family/my admin/the people of AK; but the wins come @ great cost. Will link to presser when posted.4:45 PM Jul 24th from TwitterBerry
10.
Many thanks to these great AKns serving state on boards & commissions. http://tinyurl.com/lg5n9r3:41 PM Jul 24th from TwitterBerry
11.
So glad US Senate working to restore retirement benefits to our very deserving ATG members. More @ http://bit.ly/Gpiye1:16 PM Jul 24th from web
12.
Read press release @ http://bit.ly/Bo4xa4:15 PM Jul 23rd from web
13.
Lt Gov says law must be fairly applied to protect public servants from malicious attacks & empower them to best serve the people.4:14 PM Jul 23rd from web
14.
Happy to put my name on the pro-ANWR/pro-Alaska/pro-Energy Independence resos today;we look forward to showing US safe production techniques6:45 AM Jul 23rd from TwitterBerry
15.
Same Hse Dems voted NO:HJR18 Oppose ANWR Wilderness Designation;most lawmakers know the attempt to lock America's energy basin=irresponsible6:41 AM Jul 23rd from TwitterBerry
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Also sign HJR7 Drill in ANWR;a couple of House Dems voted "no" but other lawmakers see benefit to AK & all America w/safe energy production6:37 AM Jul 23rd from TwitterBerry
17.
Today sign SJR16 Offshore Oil/Gas Revenue bill;passed unanimously;urges responsible OCS drilling & method to share $ from developmt w/states6:32 AM Jul 23rd from TwitterBerry
18.
Legal Fees Fund trustee's press conf yest set record straight w/facts/truth re:recent complaint;read transcript in case press chooses not to6:27 AM Jul 23rd from TwitterBerry
19.
judge investigation,destroy integrity of process&strip rights;Abuse WILL cont til leaks/friv filers r held accntble&press reports accurately6:18 AM Jul 23rd from TwitterBerry
20.
This wk saw add'l violation of law:filer of friv ethics complaint leaks confidential documents out of context 2 create false headlines, pre-6:14 AM Jul 23rd from TwitterBerry

gringoman

gringoNOTE: Here Pat Buchanan recognizes a kookileft motive raised by gV: Vendetta. PB may not know how right he is in terms of PW Cyberstalker's Comrade de Chile y California y Baja. Chile sauce with the huevos rancheros? Yes, Mama, and pass the vendetta, por favor.

///////But why is Obama yielding to the clamor of a left that will not be satiated until Cheney and Bush are indicted as Class A war criminals? Is that in the national interest? Is it in Obama's interest to tear his country apart to expose and punish these CIA agents?

In the 1960s, Robert Kennedy and the boys at Justice set up a "Get Hoffa Squad" to take down Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa. It was a vendetta that succeeded.

This vendetta will not. For, on the issue of national security, as Barack will painfully discover, he is not more trusted than Dick Cheney or the rough men at the CIA who did the harsh interrogations of terrorists, to keep us sleeping peacefully at night.

Mr. Buchanan is a nationally syndicated columnist and author of Churchill, Hitler, and "The Unnecessary War": How Britain Lost Its Empire and the West Lost the World, "The Death of the West,", "The Great Betrayal," "A Republic, Not an Empire" and "Where the Right Went Wrong."

gringoman

The law firm of "Howard, Fine, and Howard" in Quebec has a Phil Wedeen named as one their cyberstalker interns.

Posted by: DJ | August 27, 2009 at 03:22 PM

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I wonder if they are aware what he is doing on company time.

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Posted by: Ummah Gummah | August 28, 2009 at 10:23 AM

Ummah,

Since DJ believes that Wedeen may be Howard, Fine and Howard's entry-level Cyberstalker, it would be interesting to see the rating for PW's job performance to date. E.g. How would Wedeen be rated compared to his stalker predecessor here, Slimebert aka Gilbert Washington? Would the firm see PW Cyberstalker as a superior prospect? Or would Son of Slimebert have to take a back seat, since GW was a dirtbag of color. GW would be entitled to "quota" points from politically correct Liberal Racists, no?

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