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September 11, 2009



And may the true enablers (if not the actual plotters) of 9-11, who received warning after warning and ignored them while planning for a "retaliatory" war against a SECULAR islamic country that never attacked us, be tried, convicted, and hung on the National Mall for treason AND war crimes against humanity:

George Bush
Richard Cheney
Donald Rumsfeld
Condoleeza Rice
George Tenet

And all those who conspired to place them in power:

Antonin Scalia
George H. W. Bush
Karl Rove
James Baker
Katherine Harris

and many more.

If not in this life, then the next, where they will surely hang for eternity.


And may God ONLY bless America when the truth about 9-11 is faced, acknowledged, accepted, and dealt with and not a moment before.


"1 year of retreat"? What the hell are you talking about?


Remember When The New York Times Reported The News? We Will Never Forget. Warner Wolf 11 September 2001.




Sad to see that an article on 9/11 brings all the lib screwballs to the yard.


Truly sad.




Obama desecrates 9/11. I told you so before the election that this would happen:





Let's see if the State Department personnel can pray with Muslims on the "Interfaith Day of Service" in Saudi Arabia, a country where every religion except Islam is banned.

We must not let Obama desecrate the memory or the TRUTH about 9/11. And we must understand the bigger picture of what is going on: We are not engaged in a "War on Terror". We are engaged in an ISLAMIC WORLD WAR.

The enemy is Islam. Not "radical" Islam or "militant" Islam, because Islam is radical & militant by its very nature. It is a violent, totalitarian, supremacist, imperialist ideology that divides the world into two parts: dar al-Islam (the house of Islam, where Islam is dominant) and dar al-Harb (the land of war, where the infidel is dominant).

Islam's stated objective is to conquer the world and forcibly convert, subjugate or kill all non-Muslims, by warfare or subterfuge. This is an eternal conflict, with no end until Islam has won completely.

This is the simple but painful truth that we must acknowledge, or else we will be subjugated and our culture destroyed.

I'm sure this sounds alarmist to many, but a short course in Islamic history, an examination of the Koran, the Ahadith, and a look at the life of Muhammed will reveal the truth.

Every aspect of Islam is organized to wage war, convert, subjugate or kill. The mosque is the command post, the imam the field commander, the ayatollah the general, and every Muslim a potential foot soldier in Islam's global campaign.

They abide by no civilized rules of engagement, wear no uniforms, and respect no borders, intentionally slaughtering civilians, raping, brutalizing, and intimidating, in addition to using guns, suicide bombers, and airliners to kill. 9/11 was no "terrorist attack", but an Islamic blitzkrieg against America's economic, political and military centers. It was an attempt to collapse the free world in three strokes of the sword of Allah.

We must also face the fact that the Islamic diaspora (the ummah) is engaged in a "HOT" war, killing and advancing their agenda around the planet:

- Islam against the Hindus in India
- Islam against the Catholics in the Philippines
- Islam against the Buddhists in Thailand
- Islam against the Jews in Israel, Yemen, Iran and even S. America (wherever Jews exist)
- Islam against the Coptic Christians in Egypt
- Islam against the Christians and animists in the Sudan
- Islam against the Christians in N. Nigeria
- Islam against the Chaldean Christians in Iraq
- Islam against the Zoroastrians In Iran
- Islam against the athiests in formerly Christian Europe
- Rising Islamist movement in "secular" Turkey
- Rising Islamist movement "democratic" nuclear armed Pakistan
- Rising Islamist movement in "modern, moderate" Malaysia
- Rising Islamist movement in Algeria
- Islam against the Christians in Indonesia
- Islam against infidel schoolchildren in Beslan, Russia
- Islam against infidel Australian tourists in Hindu Bali
- Islamic religious apartheid in Saudi Arabia
- Islam against the train commuters in Spain
- Islam against tube riders in London
- Islam against the "infidel" U.S. Embassies in Kenya & Tanzania
- Islam against office workers in New York
- Islam against freedom of speech at the U.N.
- Islam against schoolgirls in Afghanistan
- Islam against Christian schoolgirls in Indonesia (ambushed and decapitated)
- Islam against homosexuals in Iran, Iraq and everywhere they exist
- Islam against women
- Islam against Polish & Korean engineers (beheaded)
- Islam against authors (Salman Rushdie & his death fatwa)
- Islam against movie producers (Theo van Gogh brutally slaughtered)
- Islam against parked cars in Paris
- Islam against everything we stand for

The cold hard fact is that the Islamists are engaged in an "ISLAMIC WORLD WAR", and we should call it that, not the politically correct "war on terror". It is not a war on terror, it is an ISLAMIC WORLD WAR.

And the Islamists, encouraged by Obama, empowered by oil profits, emboldened by the cowardice of the free west and our unwillingness to defend our culture, and inspired by their evil successes, are winning.

They are winning because they have a defined enemy: us. They have the will to kill, the will to die, and no one is willing to stop them.

But we must stop them.

~ The Infidel Alliance



GOP 'cranks' dominating debate
By: Andie Coller
September 10, 2009 08:21 PM EST

Joe Wilson’s outburst Wednesday night earned more than a personal rebuke from the president and a dagger-eyed gasp from the speaker of the House; it drew winces from Republicans worried that their party is becoming known less for the power of its ideals and more for the pettiness of its vitriol.

“Neither party has an exclusive on wack jobs,” says Republican media consultant Mark McKinnon. “Unfortunately, right now the Democrats generally get defined by President Obama, and Republicans, who have no clear leadership, get defined by crackpots — and then they begin to define the Republican Party in the mind of the general public.”

Turn on the TV, and you see what he means.

Here’s Orly Taitz, insisting that the commander in chief was born in Kenya. There’s a flock of town hall protesters, waving photos of the president in a Hitler mustache. Former GOP vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin warns darkly that Obama is planning “death panels” for senior citizens. Georgia Rep. Paul Broun equates the president’s plans with “Nazi” policies. Ohio Rep. Jean Schmidt — last heard calling John Murtha a “coward” — tells a birther: “I agree with you, but the courts don’t.”

And then, in the midst of all the catcalls, hand-held signs and “I’m not listening” BlackBerrying, Wilson interrupts Obama’s address to a joint session of Congress by shouting, “You lie!”

“The president was helped more by the optics of House Republicans than by his own speech,” says former Rep. Vin Weber (R-Minn.). “It’s not likely to do any long-term damage, but they need to be very careful how they oppose this president.”

One veteran GOP official puts it bluntly: “The image of a bunch of white guys booing an African-American president is about as bad as it gets.”

Republican leaders were quick to distance themselves from Wilson’s outburst. John McCain said Wilson should apologize, and he did — although he also insisted that he was right about Obama’s lack of candor.

Brian Jones, a former communications director for the Republican National Committee, finds it frustrating when lawmakers like Wilson hijack the party’s public persona.

“You have a little bit of tyranny of the minority with these people,” he says. “It may raise their profile, it may make them more attractive in their district — but does it really help the image of the party in the midst of an important debate? I think no. Obviously, there are some who will be cheering this, but I think the cake is baked with them in terms of how they feel about Obama and health care.”

But Texas Sen. John Cornyn, the chairman of the Republicans’ campaign arm in the Senate, suggests that it’s not fair to tar the GOP with its fringier elements — and that the criticism won’t last anyway.

“I think that it’s a free country,” he says. “Anybody can say what they want, they can identify themselves as a Democrat, independent, a Republican, a socialist or whatever they want to call themselves. That doesn’t mean they were representative of a political party or the mainstream of a political party.”

Down the line, he says, when the primary fields clear and the party’s candidates become better known, “then the voice of the Republican Party in states across the country [is] going to be their Republican nominee and candidate,” he says.

But “right now,” he says, “there’s sort of a void because that hasn’t formed yet.”

The question for the GOP: What will fill that void in the meantime, and will it leave an indelible stain on the party even after its election-year A-team emerges? Will the party be known for its Gang of Six — the senators working, with varying degrees of success, on a bipartisan health care plan — or for those who question everything from the president’s place of birth to his right to talk to the nation’s schoolchildren?

“As someone who is center-right, it does make you cringe,” says Jones. For example, he says, “the notion of certain parents not sending their kids to school because they don’t want their kids being exposed to the propaganda of the president — to me that’s absurd. And parents have the right to do that, I guess, but that’s representative of the same mind-set, I think.”

Jones notes that such sentiments are not limited to Republicans: “I lived in New York, in Brooklyn in ’04, and I remember hearing people saying, ‘When the Republican Convention comes, should we take our kids out of town? Because I don’t want them to be exposed to that.’”

Nor are Democrats strangers to having their crazy uncles take center stage. During the run-up to the Iraq war, for example, Reps. Jim McDermott (D-Wash.), Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) and David Bonior (D-Mich.) famously flew to Baghdad, where McDermott asserted that he believed the president would “mislead the American public” to justify the war. The trip made it a cakewalk for critics to describe the Democratic Party as chockablock with traitorous radicals.

If Republican Party leaders are concerned that their members will suffer the same fate, however, they’re sure not acting like it.

The Wilson incident was “certainly unfortunate,” said Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.), but “I don’t see it as any definition of our party,” he said.

And while House Minority Leader John Boehner said Thursday that he was glad Wilson had apologized for his outburst, he seemed to forgive the impulse behind the outburst, noting that passions over the health care debate are running high: “Don’t underestimate the amount of emotion that people are feeling,” he warned at a Capitol news conference.

Former Rep. Charlie Bass (R-N.H.) notes that hot tempers and high spirits are not uncommon when the stakes are high:

“I remember after [President George W. Bush] announced his Social Security plan, I had 15 town meetings, and they were nasty. But I didn’t call them unruly mobs. The fact is this is a very, very contentious issue, and it’s a do-or-die issue for a lot of people,” he says.

While Wilson’s outburst was “the kind of thing that should never happen,” Bass says, it captured “this enormous pent-up frustration” among conservatives and Republicans over the issue of health care.

“I did not view him as some fringe, crazy person at all,” Bass says. “He reflected the temperature of the public, at least the opponents of this plan, and I think there are enough of them that there isn’t a sense that the Republicans are out of their minds for opposing this plan.”

Indeed, both Cantor and Boehner behaved Thursday like parents who know they must reprimand a child whose misbehavior has secretly delighted them — later in the day, both could be found praising the efforts of hundreds of conservative activists assembled outside the Capitol, who several times chanted “You lie!” en masse, openly rallying around the very incident their leadership had supposedly disavowed.

Longtime GOP strategist John Weaver said the Wilson incident isn’t a “huge deal” by itself, but “taken together with what’s happened over the last eight years, it’s symptomatic of what our problem is.”

“We do have structural, demographic issues we’re not addressing,” he said. “But we also have tone problems. We could have the best policy ideas in the world, but we can’t get anybody to buy them if our salespeople are angry. Nobody wants to hang out with a bunch of cranks.”




Oh I SEEEEEEEE.. this is how it works with u libs.. Joe wilson is a "crank" for "speaking TRUTH to power". I guess that's reserved for libs ONLY, right???!!!

Well WE can use the Alinski playbook too!

And Van Johnson who calls Republicans "@ssholes" gets not a mention in the MSM and has to be exposed by Glenn Beck!

I am still WAITING for an APOLOGY form VAn Johnson.

Like I am waiting for islamic hell to freeze over..




here is what Hugh Fitzgerald wrote about 9/11 and "community service":

We have a right to expect, and to demand, eight years later, that interfaith-healing nonsense be replaced by a sober understanding of the texts and tenets of Islam, of the attitudes that naturally arise toward Infidels in those who take those texts and tenets to heart, as most Muslims do, and that what may be called the "atmospherics" of Muslim states and societies and even families -- what is "in the air," the very air that those Muslims who grow up in such families or societies or states breathe in, take in, and find, sometimes without close notice being taken, that it affects their view of non-Muslims, of women, of the nature of the universe, of free and skeptical inquiry, of artistic expression, of the rights, not collective but individual, guaranteed in advanced Western democracies, of everything that makes the West the West, and that is flatly contradicted by the spirit and letter of the Shari'a, the everything that is both the West's quiddity and its claim to civilisational fame, and that could never have for one minute been achieved in places where Islam dominates, and Muslims rule.

Now this is a guy who should be Secretary of State.



And Van Johnson who calls Republicans "@ssholes" gets not a mention in the MSM and has to be exposed by Glenn Beck!

I am still WAITING for an APOLOGY form VAn Johnson.

Like I am waiting for islamic hell to freeze over..


Posted by: Ummah Gummah | September 11, 2009 at 02:40 PM

Did he call them that in a House of Congress during a presidential address?

The answer is No.


Obama desecrates 9/11. I told you so before the election that this would happen:



Posted by: Ummah Gummah | September 11, 2009 at 12:31 PM

Funny, how the Twin Tower Troll(s) never get around to mentioning how the liberals put up a wall between CIA and FBI etc for sharing Intel? And how their liberal strictures on "racial profiling" enabled the jihadis to get through checkpoints at the airport in Boston that morning? And how some of these liberals, instead of committing hari-kari in shame, survived to swine yet again in the sub-prime mortgage calamity at Fannie and Freddie, for which they still go scot free?


Or just ghoulishly symptomatic?


We remember the fallen heroes of that day - among them the firemen who perished trying to save the lives of others, when Giuliani neglected to tell them about blowing the building. May they eventually rest in peace.


“We do have structural, demographic issues we’re not addressing,” he said. “But we also have tone problems. We could have the best policy ideas in the world, but we can’t get anybody to buy them if our salespeople are angry. Nobody wants to hang out with a bunch of cranks.”


Posted by: thorn66 | September 11, 2009 at 01:14 PM



Eight years of hysterically trashing George Bush as a liar, a Nazi cowboy, a dufus (his college record better than John Kerry's), an all-around horror deserving a "final solution": Good.

Calling Obama a liar, with evidence: Bad.

Get it?

ps. We can see Bush's college transcripts, but not Obama's.

Get that too?



Gringoman, that is on all our minds and I am glad you mentioned it! Plus the fact that Clinton never did anything when they attacked us abroad. PLUS the fact that he could have had bin Laden on a silver platter.. I could go on.. glad it's raining on this sad say for our country and for the the entire Free World really..



Bush was a liar, but (unfortunately) he was our president. No one shouted, "You lie", during a presidential address.


Oh I SEEEEEEEE.. this is how it works with u libs.. Joe wilson is a "crank" for "speaking TRUTH to power". I guess that's reserved for libs ONLY, right???!!!
--per ummah

Oh c'mon UG, you know that if this had been a Dem. congressman yelling at a Rep. president, you would be having an indignant rhetorical seizure.

Anyway, happy Friday, and I look forward to watching Derek Jeter reach another Yankee milestone tonight.



Below is a link for one of the new videos on ACORN which is burning up the blogosphere. It shows how the tax-sucking enterprise that built Obama's career is probably just as good with prostitution and pimping scams as it is with election fraud


ps. Understandably, Fred the Lib and Wedeen, the kooky Marxist missionary from Montreal, when hearing a new name for Obama, COCO, had to go into instant Liberal Racist mode. They obviously had to attempt to race-bait away something that reminds everyone of too much. Why, Community Organizing Cool One might even give the game away, now that ACORN (Association of COMMUNITY ORGANIZING for Reform Now)is "outed" again as a criminal enterprise, this time into the muck with literally pimps and whores.

I understand. This is a problem for progs. And so I say to the Liberal Racists: You don't like 'COCO'? You want to play "offended" by it?

Okay, comrades and proto comrades. Give us your preferred acronym for Barry. Go on. Prog up. Give us what you see as better than 'COCO', fairer than 'COCO.' something that does not "offend" you like, apparently, 'COCO' does. ('COCO' still offends you, right?)

Don't be shy now. Use whatever there is between your liberal ears.


Bush was a liar, but (unfortunately) he was our president. No one shouted, "You lie", during a presidential address.

Posted by: FredK2929 | September 11, 2009 at 04:06 PM

Actually, we don't need yet another example of disingenuous Libman. Here's why. The dismal Dems are threatening a Congressional resolution against Joe Wilson unless he makes ANOTHER apology, to them, for calling Obama what Obama clearly is, a liar.

Just when you thought their stupidity might have finite limits. Wilson apologized to the WH and the WH accepted. That would have been end of story. It was due to drop out of the news cycle shortly. But not now. Now the dim Dems are resucsitating it, apparently getting hysterical over Obama's crashing poll numbers, since he's still one of the very, very few Democrats people can even bear to look at without heaving.

What will this hysteria get the idiots? By keeping the issue alive, they are stupidly forcing a whole nation of fact checkers onto Obama's record of shifting and prevarication. It will even pressure some of the MSM flunkies to do real reporting. Hundreds will be doing Rush Limbaugh's, or at least the Republicans' work for them.

Unless Wilson caves and apologizes to these morons (my guess is he will resist RINO pressure) they are cooking the goose well. And guess who the goose is?


gringoNOTE: Due to previous difficulties with Obama's middle name (especially before the Election) a new one is now being proposed. BARACK "YOU LIE" OBAMA. H/T Joe Wilson. Got a better one?

UK TELEGRAPH BLOGS//////James Delingpole is a writer, journalist and broadcaster who is right about everything. He is the author of numerous fantastically entertaining books including Welcome To Obamaland: I've Seen Your Future And It Doesn't Work, How To Be Right, and the Coward series of WWII adventure novels. His website is www.jamesdelingpole.com
Why did Congressman Joe Wilson need to apologize for calling Obama a liar?

By James Delingpole World Last updated: September 11th, 2009

At the weekend I spoke on California talk radio KSFO 560 FM about Lockerbie, Mandelson and other terrible things with one of my favourite hosts Barbara Simpson - aka The Babe In The Bunker. All was going swimmingly until I made the mistake of saying I thought President Obama was a fundamentally decent man, who just happened to have an unusually extensive, sub-Adamms-Family creepfest of disgusting libtard scuzzballs working for his administration.

No one disputed the second part (how could you? items for my defence: Nancy Pelosi, Cass Sunstein, Carol Browner, Van Jones….) but the first suggestion prompted an instant outraged call from one listener. And rightly so, as I was quickly forced to concede. Just because Obama looks great in a suit, has a rich, deep (if increasingly soporific and platitudinous) speaking voice, a wife with well-sculpted arms, an interesting breed of dog and two cute daughters does not in anyway prove that he is a fundamentally nice guy. In fact, the longer he’s in power, the more I suspect otherwise.

As Andrew McCarthy so amusingly put it the other day at NRO’s Corner, “Obama is not Mr Magoo”. In this case, McCarthy was talking about the risibly lax vetting procedures the president applies to the appalling libtard cronies he wants to appoint as Czars, such as the recently resigned 9/11 Truther, watermelon and black activist Van Jones.

“The point, of course, is that Obama vetted Jones just fine. President Obama is not Mr. Magoo — haplessly gravitating to Truther Van and Ayers and Dohrn and Klonsky and Davis and Wright and the Chicago New Party and ACORN, etc. Jones is a kindred spirit. Obama knows exactly who he is. Jones was given a non-confirmation job precisely because that circumvented the vetting process. This isn’t one of those things that just happen. This is Barack “Transparency” Obama gaming the system.”

But he might just as well have been addressing any other aspect of the President’s John Gotti approach to politics, which is to say, POTUS gets to be the smiley guy in the nice threads who wouldn’t hurt a flea while his minions take care of all the concrete boots, horse’s heads in beds, and such like.

The fact that Representative Joe Wilson felt compelled to apologize for calling Obama a liar during a televised address speaks volumes for President Obama’s success in portraying himself as a kind of noble, lofty, honest figurehead, far above the grubby business of mere politics. But Obama isn’t. And as several commentators - including Kevin Williamson at National Review and Toby Harnden - have now amply demonstrated, Obama almost certainly WAS lying in this case when he said that his Obamacare plans would not result in US taxpayers forking out more for illegal immigrants.

“I’m a big believer we all make mistakes,” said Obama, magnanimously accepting Wilson’s apology.

But where was the mistake?



Ummah, how very frightening a place the world must be for you and yours.

You felt you were owed a piece of the Mideast where you never belonged, and so you took it, and in the sixty years since that time the people you were displacing and committing genocide against were multiplying like no religion before seen on the face of the earth.

Now, for every one of you, there are what, 100,000 Moslems? And 5000 people of other religions and no religion who laugh at your paranoia and fear of just reprisal for your militant violent imperialism, while recoiling at your Nazi violence towards innocent women and children.

For all your strength, for all your superiority, for all your Mossad, for all your special chosen by G-d status, you are still the most pitiful and frightened and paranoid people who walk the face of this earth.

For the most part, those of your faith who came to America and made it their home outgrew you and your pathologies, and despite your money and your vitriol and your banal never-ending pathological hatred, will never go back to being what you are, for it is ultimately self-defeating and absolutely will be wiped from the face of the earth by the sands of time.

Despised not for who you are or what you believe in, but for how you see, treat, and make war against others, mostly innocent, you will be judged accordingly and you will absolutely be tried and found wanting.

No wonder you're a wreck. At some point you just have to ask yourself "When is life no longer worth living?"

The 9-11 attack on the USA was done from within, by a Bush Family-rogue CIA operation that Saudis only provided patsies for, that had nothing whatsoever to do with Mossad or Islam.

If only you would finally acknowledge that truth.

You would be set free.


"....Wedeen, the kooky Marxist missionary from Montreal, when hearing a new name for Obama, COCO, had to go into instant Liberal Racist mode."

He does that allot, doesn't he? Example: When I linked to http://www.resistingdefamation.org/ Wedeen, the "ethical lawyer", an officer of the court, immediately veiled himself in LIEberal Racist garb. More specifically he fabricated evedence for the purpose of inflicting a libelous smear on those who created and run Resisting Defamantion. Wedeen flat out lied! Here are his lies:

PW wrote: "If you check out this website you will see its two chief sponsors: STORMFRONT, a white supremacist hate group, and Ingrid A Rimland, a holocaust denier and author whose themes center on the german nazis as victims in WWII.
Make no mistake as to the agenda of Stormfront, Rimland, or ResistingDefamation.org which is to acheive a fascist stronghold in North America."


I asked Wedeen to prove his allegations but he can't. Why? Because Wedeen knowingly lied about Stormfront and Ingrid A Rimland being "cheif sponsors" of Resisting Defamation. In fact he can't link ANY affiliation Stormfront or Rimland have with Resisting Defamation.

Take down your shingle Wedeen, you shyster lawyer!


B.O. has dedicated this "9-11 Rememberance Day" as a "Day of SERVice".

I see from the posts on this topic than none of you have taken this dedication to SERVice seriously.

Shame on you all! :-)



Say it kind of fast, Barak you lie Obama. Barakula, I like it. Reminds me of a creature that sucks, sucks life, taxes, just sucks, pretty much in general.



gringoNOTE: Mark Levin on ABC radio is urging contributions to Joe Wilson's election campaign (No matter how small.) Apparently the Obots and Soros workers are targeting him for elimination (from Congress). Even Republicans are wimping out (surprise, surprise.) So far, Wilson is standing up to Republican minority leader Boehner and other examples of today's Republican manhood. Mark Levin, Constitutional attorney and best-selling author, apparently wants Wilson to tell them all to go take a flying you-know-what. Wilson is listening. Americans, increasingly, seem on the brink of something. Contributions are pouring in. Tomorrow the March on Washington.

The New York Post: ////"The furor over Rep. Joe Wilson's outburst on Wednesday night -- which violated congressional protocol -- threw Republicans into full damage-control mode yesterday, as lawmakers in both parties condemned him."

But some of Wilson’s constituents actually supported what he said. The New York Times: “In Washington, Representative Joe Wilson of South Carolina was sharply criticized by both Democrats and his fellow Republicans for shouting ‘You lie!’ during President Obama’s health care address on Wednesday. But here in his strongly Republican Congressional district on Thursday, he was celebrated by many of his constituents for his outburst.”

Democrats have dug through Wilson's past and have hit him for being a former aide to Strom Thurmond (he was a page), and for criticizing Thurmond's out-of-wedlock mixed-race child for coming forward. "It's a smear on the image that [Thurmond] has as a person of high integrity who has been so loyal to the people of South Carolina," Wilson said in 2003. He later apologized, but still contended that Essie Mae-Williams "should not have gone public," (which was not a direct quote from Wilson, but the reporting of the Charlotte Observer at the time).


I asked Wedeen to prove his allegations but he can't. Why? Because Wedeen knowingly lied about Stormfront and Ingrid A Rimland being "cheif sponsors" of Resisting Defamation. In fact he can't link ANY affiliation Stormfront or Rimland have with Resisting Defamation.

Take down your shingle Wedeen, you shyster lawyer!

Posted by: DJ | September 11, 2009 at 06:15 PM


It's become abundantly clear why Cyberstalker Wedeen won't even confirm or deny ACLU affiliation, let alone whether he ever passed a bar exam and after how many tries.

True, we don't yet have a certificate from Shyster Evening School, Montreal Branch, documented for him. Still, as you too are showing, the circumstantial evidence keeps growing.

ps By the way, what could he be doing at Rich, Fine and Rich (or whatever the firm you tracked) in Montreal? Surely it can't be cleaning the toilets in exchange for legal tutoring? I'm not saying it's that. His vocabulary is above that of a typical janitor. He's been taught how to look up a Shakespearean quote, or a legal statute etc. One can imagine him getting "advanced" home schooling by somebody at the firm. It doesn't happen just in Dickens' novels. He tries very hard to identify with the "oppressed" (although he refuses to hook up with cybER-X, despite my paving the way.) Amazing, how this "anti-racist" won't lift a finger to download and promote X's brand new cry for racial justice. Yet he's clearly concerned about the "imperialists" who he still dreams of crushing. But let's face it. What "lawyer" in compis mentis would be spending so much time as an internet cyberstalker? Mental?

How kooky is that?


PRESIDENT COOL: How to Lie Even When Being Factual

OBAMA//// "Many other Americans . . . are still denied insurance due to previous illnesses or conditions that insurance companies decide are too risky or expensive to cover."

INVESTOR BUSINESS DAILY////This statement betrays a profound ignorance of what insurance is. If you can buy insurance after you've gotten sick, it's not really insurance, is it? And why have insurance at all? It's an incentive to simply wait until you get sick, then make someone else pay for it.

To see how absurd this is, let's take the same concept to auto insurance. Why not let people buy insurance after they get in an accident? One reason, of course, is it leads to fiscal and personal recklessness.


A whole new class of internet celebrity is emerging. Folks with web pages, are receiving recognition for "civil acts" carried out to demonstrate their opinions on issues of our day : medical care, ACORN, CFR, WHO, WTO, NAFTA, vaccination, globalism, outsourcing, tariffs, stimulus spending, banking, lobbying, Afgani War, housing, unemployment, the Press, Monica Crowley, ISLAM, Vietnam etc. Never have their been so many important issues. Just imagine our intrepid celebrities following lobbyists with a camera and then, get a shot with them and a foreign dignitary. This is turn popularizes their web activity.

One could climb a building, parachute off a building. One could jump off a building, or a even a bridge (would have to probably be a newsworthy contemporary action with a website address prominantly displayed).

Recall "SicSemperTyrannis.com".


The object of concern has been illegal immigrants in medical care - we have forgotten all those on Visas, who are not citizens. Employers should pay for these people, not our tax dollars.



Say it kind of fast, Barak you lie Obama. Barakula, I like it. Reminds me of a creature that sucks, sucks life, taxes, just sucks, pretty much in general.

Posted by: soggybritches | September 11, 2009 at 06:49 PM

Yes, Barakula the Bampire.

Have teleprompter.
Will suck.



FOR Ummawhatever and G-man...NON New Yorkers for whom 9/11 was a TV show...and Monica---SHAME on YOU


“9/11 Was an Islam Job” Graphic By Reader Doda McCheesle

DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL////This was the act of 19 Arab Muslim men. No, they weren’t “random” people acting alone. They didn’t “hijack a religion” or any of that other BS we’ve heard rotely regurgitated for eight years. Their religion–ISLAM–hijacked them, and it continues its slow hijacking of America because we continue to let their fellow co-religionists in.


"Have teleprompter.
Will suck."


Only Donald Young and a handful of other young men in the administration can answer that question accurately... oh wait, that's right, Donald Young is dead.

CIA b/f's... not recommended, especially if they are being groomed for the Presidency of the US. Can be fatal.


Medical insurance companies are monopolistic, yet no one is calling for splitting up these companies. Beyond any doubt, much of the exhorbitant cost of insuring people would be solved,
just by splitting these companies up. Reagan did it to AT&T. Is it possible to find one anti-trust person in Washington, who would uphold the law and bust up these?

By the measure of quality of service to the financial system, the banks are also in violation of anti-trust laws. What in the hell is going on here anyway? Instead people are looking around at one another and giving these banks money so they can even grow larger. How can people stomach this?
At least people are out there picketing, and some are even making citizen arrests of criminal bankers. One guy, who will remain nameless even put up crime scene tape. Do you suppose these bankers have had enough time to scrub the books?

There is a feeling you are dealing with Hitler here - a authoritarian system in lock step beyond the legalities - both democrats and republicans.

The money originally given to the banks also had been illegal. The government cannot just give taxpayer money away like that, in effect giving it away to banks intrinsically linked to foreign countries. For all we know thy tranfered funds abroad, and then told Bush they had liquidity problems. The seems to be that everyone went along with it, so who would then would do something about it? The citizens should file a lawsuit against the government to recover their money.


When the architects finally start telling the truth about 9-11 en masse, can Cheney and Rumsfeld's last dance high above the National Mall be far behind?


If there is a God. If there is still an America.

I'll supply the rope AND the piano wire for Scalia.

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