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  1. 1 Rich T October 22, 2010 at 6:45 am

    Here is a good laugh.


    Best Use of DNA Evidence Ever!

    A judge has approved the collection of DNA samples from two Democrats in Troy, New York in a voter fraud scandal. Troy City Clerk, William A. McInerney and Councilman Michael LoPorto—both Democrats—are targets in a criminal investigation into forged absentee ballots for the Working Families Party, which calls itself New York’s most “progressive” party. “Progressive” is Newspeak for “liberal.”

  2. 2 Army D.A.V. October 22, 2010 at 7:43 am

    Best AD yet………..

    The Barney Shuffle

  3. 6 tiger 7 October 22, 2010 at 10:45 am

    Isn’t it amazing how sometimes little ripples evolve into rather large waves—the Juan Williams thing started as an almost asside comment that has expanded into what might well expose the NPR for what it really is—a deep left wing voice controled by entities who don’t have the best enterests of the US at heart.

    Hopefully, this issue will not be lost in the furror of the campaigns. It is a key to what has happened to our “news” media over a number of years. Soros is just a part of the incursion—but a bad one.

    • 7 Papoose October 22, 2010 at 8:44 pm

      and just a few days before, they left the stage for the exact same thing. Juan evolved from that shoved under the carpet debacle.

      blatant elitists/ racists on TV in the morning.

      yeah, baba wawa. uh huhn.

  4. 8 Rich T October 22, 2010 at 10:53 am

    Tiger 7-Hopefully this ripple below will cause a tsunami. I was shocked and happly that a candidiate would breach this topic in a open arena.

    To bad he is not in my district, but the DFW area is heavy blue territory.

    posted in full


    WASHINGTON – Republican congressional candidate Stephen Broden stunned his party Thursday, saying he would not rule out violent overthrow of the government if elections did not produce a change in leadership.

    In a rambling exchange during a TV interview, Broden, a South Dallas pastor, said a violent uprising “is not the first option,” but it is “on the table.” That drew a quick denunciation from the head of the Dallas County GOP, who called the remarks “inappropriate.”

    Broden, a first-time candidate, is challenging veteran incumbent Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson in Dallas’ heavily Democratic 30th Congressional District. Johnson’s campaign declined to comment on Broden.

    In the interview, Brad Watson, political reporter for WFAA-TV (Channel 8), asked Broden about a tea party event last year in Fort Worth in which he described the nation’s government as tyrannical.

    “We have a constitutional remedy,” Broden said then. “And the Framers say if that don’t work, revolution.”

    Watson asked if his definition of revolution included violent overthrow of the government. In a prolonged back-and-forth, Broden at first declined to explicitly address insurrection, saying the first way to deal with a repressive government is to “alter it or abolish it.”

    “If the government is not producing the results or has become destructive to the ends of our liberties, we have a right to get rid of that government and to get rid of it by any means necessary,” Broden said, adding the nation was founded on a violent revolt against Britain’s King George III.

    Watson asked if violence would be in option in 2010, under the current government.

    “The option is on the table. I don’t think that we should remove anything from the table as it relates to our liberties and our freedoms,” Broden said, without elaborating. “However, it is not the first option.”

    Jonathan Neerman, head of the Dallas County Republican Party, said he’s never heard Broden or other local Republican candidates advocate violence against the government.

    “It is a disappointing, isolated incident,” Neerman said. He said he plans to discuss the matter with Broden’s campaign.

    Ken Emanuelson, a Broden supporter and leading tea party organizer in Dallas, said he did not disagree with the “philosophical point” that people had the right to resist a tyrannical government.

    But, he said, “Do I see our government today anywhere close to that point? No, I don’t.”

    Emanuelson said he’s occasionally heard people call for direct action against the government, but that they typically do not get involved in electoral politics.

    That Broden is “engaged in the election and running for office shows he’s got faith in the system as it is,” Emanuelson said.

    Also in the interview, Broden backed away from other controversial statements he has made at rallies and on cable news appearances.

    In June 2009, he described the economic crash in the housing, banking and automotive industries as “contrived” and a “set up” by the Obama administration.

    Asked Thursday about the validity of these, Broden said they were “authentic crises facing this nation.”

    Broden also retreated from other remarks last year that chided Americans for not being more outraged over government intrusion, comparing them to Jews “walking into the furnaces” under the Nazi regime in Germany.

    “They are our enemies, and we must resist them,” he said of government leaders.

    Broden said Thursday that he wasn’t trying to compare President Barack Obama to Hitler and he mistakenly linked the U.S. in 2010 to Nazi Germany.

    In the uphill campaign against Johnson, Broden has sought to capitalize on her misuse of scholarship funds from the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, a nonprofit entity.

    In late August, The Dallas Morning News reported that Johnson provided 23 scholarships over five years to two of her grandsons, two children of her nephew, and two children of her top aide in Dallas. None of those recipients were eligible under the foundation’s anti-nepotism rules or residency requirements. She has repaid the foundation more than $31,000.

  5. 9 Quantum Leap October 22, 2010 at 10:58 am

    Yes agreed. It’s a blessing in disguise. I never thought NPR could be taken down and silenced. The lies are sickening and they are not real news. It’s a dream come true but it still smells of a set up. Part of me thinks Juan is a pawn for the failed SOBama regime. Juan being placed on FOX? Something smells. Juan is a Dem through and through no matter what he says. He is an obot.

    “The American people don’t want food stamps, they want a paycheck.” —Newt (hold your nose) Gingrich

    • 10 heather October 22, 2010 at 2:07 pm

      QL-right you are-Juan is a lib dem and has made it so well known since the campaign–always standing for barry and the czars–thats another reason Krauthammer can’t stand him and corrects him continuously on Bret Bair show.

      If this were a setup–then O’R set it up with fox—after all he was talking to O’R when he said it. But he spoke the truth, there were no lies behind his statement and I totally agree with him, even tho I am not a fan of his-actually can’t stand him. Well at least we the people know that now Juan Williams knows whats its like to get fired or lose your job at age 50+! Notice also, that fox only offered him 2mil for a short term contract. Crap-the rest of them earn triple that a year!

      I have seen him practically in tears on talk shows whenever anyone opposes barry and he shoots off his racist mouth to show he is so obama–exposing himself for what he truly is. I find him to be extremely racist as well.

  6. 12 heather October 22, 2010 at 3:25 pm

    Another October surprise against all of us–just a matter of time that he includes WE THE PEOPLE in this attack.


  7. 13 Rich T October 22, 2010 at 5:38 pm

    OT: A fellow III% has been writing a novella about militias resisting Govt take over and oppression of civilians.

    ****The 1st link is the unclassified brief by the state “Fusion Center” in Kansas. It seems he ruffled some feathers.


    Unclassified (U)
    Intelligence Brief

    Novel by Mike Vanderboegh

    (U/FOUO) Mike Vanderboegh, a militia enthusiast and co-founder of a gun rights organization, is authoring a novella titled, Absolved. Absolved is a fictional account of gun owners and militias resisting government attempts to confiscate firearms. The novella describes, in detail, numerous battles with law enforcement and attacks on government facilities. With 20 chapters, Absolved was started several years ago and new chapters are added periodically.

    ****In the 2nd is his reply to them how he would FREE OF CHARGE drive to them and brief them on the militia movement and record it and questions for record. I will like to read their reply.


    CPT Kolenda,

    I understand from more than one source that you are somewhat distressed at the leaking of your “unclassified/for official use only” report of 1 October entitled “Novel by Mike Vanderboegh.” Well, that’s fair. I am somewhat distressed about your analyst’s conflation of Absolved and The Turner Diaries as well as some of the other mischaracterizations in the report.

  8. 14 AttilasDaughter October 22, 2010 at 6:44 pm

    that’s really LOL!

  9. 16 no-nonsense-nancy October 22, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    AttilisDaughter, that is so funny! I especially love the Indian chief!

  10. 17 Quantum Leap October 22, 2010 at 9:52 pm

    Holy Shat

    Hussein SOBama, in a determination letter to Congress, has announced that he will allow an additional 80,000 immigrants – – mostly from Islamic countries – – to resettle in the United States during fiscal year 2011.


  11. 18 AttilasDaughter October 22, 2010 at 10:08 pm

    Looks like Webster Tarpley will be at the “Eligibility March” in DC tomorrow.

    It is at the end of the clip. Around 5:30.

  12. 22 drkate October 22, 2010 at 11:29 pm

    “Representative West, soon to be President West”…

    • 24 drkate October 23, 2010 at 3:31 am

      Hi Song! Thanks for the link–

      Web Tarpley at Rally tomorrow!

      Obama has refused to produce a birth certificate, and has fought all attempts to open the files. We must conclude by now that he is unable to show where he was born. This means that he can easily be blackmailed – blackmailed by intelligence agencies, or by cliques of rich bankers, or by cabals of generals, or by other forces. This situation is by itself an intolerable threat to national security. If the president can be blackmailed, then our country becomes a helpless plaything of dark forces and enemies at home and abroad. If Obama cannot prove his qualifications, he must leave the White House for the good of the country.

      • 25 heather October 23, 2010 at 7:32 am


        He knows he cannot prove NBC because he is not, however he can prove WHO he is with his documents. Simple and plain–HE KNOWS!

        What are they waiting for to remove/arrest him when everyone knows he isn’t a NBC. Opps I forgot, they would be arrested too since they already knew from the get go.

  13. 26 no-nonsense-nancy October 23, 2010 at 2:18 am

    I’m getting ready to go to DC tomorrow. I have my poster made. And I spelled “dual” right!


    • 27 AttilasDaughter October 23, 2010 at 2:22 am

      Great NNN!

      I guess it’s not going to be on CSPAN…. LOL!

      Any idea how I could follow on the internet?

      Good Luck tomorrow.

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