Thursday, April 3, 2014

I Sometimes Think Outside Of The Box: Obama Visits Mars

Letter to Andrew Basiago: I am familiar with you from "Coast to Coast." I heard you say that Barack Obama was aware that he would be president because he had been preselected. I regard Barack Obama as the most devious and deceptive and duplicitous person in the history of American politics. Are we to conclude that the Project Pegasus leaders are sinister forces? Why else would they select a man of such low character to do their bidding?

 Andy replies: You heard me wrong. I never said that "Barack Obama was aware that he would be president because he had been pre-selected." I said that Barack Obama was aware in advance that he would be President because he had been pre-identified as President via the quantum access capability resulting from DARPA's time travel technology. Having served in the project, I can say that from the perspective of the project people, there was no great interest in Obama or his future Presidency. Rather, he was simply a curious future data point that the project detected and passed along to CIA -- a future black President. So, your subjective views of Obama are not germane to Project Pegasus. Thank you for writing. Andy


Wednesday, April 2, 2014

In Case You Missed This Scandal: Convicted Terrorist Employed As Obamacare Navigator

This is big. This is a scandal. This is a big scandal. You can't blink with Obama in office. Unless you are a full time newshound, you simply cannot keep up with their unending ineptitude and duplicity. I concluded long ago that the Obama Gang wants to overwhelm us with simultaneous acts of malfeasance in hopes that we will go numb with the constancy of deception and corruption. In another place and another time, this would be Page One for days on end. No more. YOU SAY TERRORIST, I SAY NAVIGATOR

North Carolina Uncovers More Than 35K Cases Of Voter Fraud

North Carolina’s Board of Elections found that tens of thousands of registered voters from the state have personal information matching that of registered voters in other states, and appear to have voted in states other than North Carolina in 2012. In some cases, votes were cast under names of individuals who had passed away before Election Day.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Flashback! Obama touts the Chevy Cobalt

What a visionary! Obama touts the Chevy Cobalt. Where would the country be without Obamacare and the Chevy Cobalt?

Albuquerque's war on its own people

Hellava job, Mayor Berry. “APD has done an exceptional job this afternoon of deescalating situations when we have protesters who obviously are in a situation where they want to escalate the situation on numerous occasions,” said  Mayor Richard Berry while neglecting to mention that his police department was the cause of the demonstration. About 1,000 protestors took to the street Sunday over the shooting of an unarmed homeless man with a history of mental illness. The Albuquerque Police Department has fatally shot 23 men since 2010 resulting in $24 million paid out to settle wrongful death lawsuits.
Included in the $24 million figure is a $7.95 million settlement with the family of Iraq War veteran Kenneth Ellis III, who was fatally shot in the neck by APD officer Brett Lampiris-Tremba while holding a gun to his own head. The settlement came after a jury awarded $10.3 million to the the family and the city appealed. The judgment was one of the largest against the city in its history. In another case the city paid out $900,000 to settle a death where the victim was armed only with a plastic spoon. Then there was the matter of a secret arrest that cost the city $150,000. Police took a woman and her two adult sons into custody and took them not to jail but to a city park to better interrogate without being inundated by excessive paperwork.
Only 36% of the population trusts the police and the mayor dotes on this flagrant failure of civil society as "an exceptional job". What does he think a fuck up is?

The City of Albuquerque seems to treat its police department as some sort of self governing entity beyond its control. The original Mayor Richard Daley would have been sickened to think that a majority of the population of Chicago did not trust his police force. Mayor Rudy Giuliani would have kept two lines of polices captains, one coming and one going, outside his office if he thought the majority of the population had lost faith in his police.

Does anyone think Police Chief Gordon Eden would have kept his job in a Giuliani administration after he ruled this act of wanton homicide justified?

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Sunday, March 30, 2014

The Boston Marathon bombing and the odor of corruption

The more the public learns of Tamerlan Tsarnaev the less it is apt to trust the FBI. The story that the media has parroted, that Russia twice warned the FBI of Tsarnaev's terrorist propensities but somehow he fell through the cracks may be about to unravel. Lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev claim that the FBI tried to make the older Tsarnaev an informant on the Chechen and Muslim community. The government has responded that it has “no evidence” of that.
In a court filing, lawyers for Dzhokhar requested evidence on Tamerlan from the prosecution. They claimed this information could help with Dzhokhar’s defense. in that filing one reads;
While it is unlikely that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was the direct target of surveillance
or searches, a report by the House Homeland Security Committee released on March 26
suggests that government agents monitored Tamerlan and his communications during
2011 and perhaps 2012.
So the FBI was monitoring Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his communications while he was plotting the Boston Marathon bombing?
Why was the bombing not stopped? Was the FBI also aware of the triple homicide supposedly committed by Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Ibragim Todashev which they were questioning Todashev when he was shot to death? The FBI’s relationship with Tamerlan Tsarnaev , the monitoring of his communications is a major red flag and should be investigated by public congressional hearings.

Impeachment Talk Gains Momentum

From John Ransom at Townhall: Make no mistake, this goes all the way up to the White House, to the Oval Office, and for that reason this will not be going away. That was practically guaranteed when Lerner showed up at Congress twice and invoked her Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate herself. Here is Jim Jordan's editorial: