What would Eisenhower be doing writing to an Italian contactee?

Human Looking Aliens Among Us – Interview with Timothy Good

by Paola Harris.


PH: Okay, well, Adamski was concurrent with Eugenio Siragusa from Sicily.

TG: Another very interesting contactee. He went a bit peculiar later one, but of course it’s a difficult thing for people to live with.

PH: The contactee whose story I am researching now is named Maurizio Cavallo and he was one of Siragusa’s people. He was thirteen years old and was in Sicily.

(See http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_alien/esp_vida_alien_18zd.htm for more on Maurizio Cavallo.)

In that group, was also Giorgio Bongiovanni with Maurizio Cavallo.

(blessedistruth — for the record Bongiovanni is my maiden name.  I’ve “dreamt” of a group abduction where I saw my aunts (my father’s sisters).  They’re 100 percent Sicilian.  I’m half Sicilian.  I remember being astonished seeing them.  I always assumed the ETs were interested in my Irish side.) 

And Cavallo says that he actually saw the tall blonds with the blue outfits walking around Siragusa’s home under Mt. Etna.

TG: I’ve written about a lot of those earlier Italian cases from the 1950’s. They are absolutely fascinating and very, very important I think.

PH: But Timothy, he has four letters from President Eisenhower. I have one of them in my new book.

TG: Exactly. They’re very interesting cases. And there’s a new book, I gather, that’s in English, about the Italian contactees of that period, which I’m hoping to buy while I’m here.

PH: Because Siragusa had this contact, and Adamski had this contact, why would Eisenhower write to him?

TG: I don’t know, I haven’t seen the letter.

PH: I have it. It’s genuine. There are four of them.

TG: Is he still alive?

PH: No, but his wife and son are still there and are giving out his material. Of the four letters, I have a Xerox copy of one. It’s very cordial. It’s got Eisenhower’s name at the top, and he just says something generic like “Yes, we will do the best we can, we’re hoping for your best interests” and so forth. It’s signed with his signature. Are you one of the researchers who believes that Eisenhower had contact?

TG: Definitely. But I can’t comment on the letter, because I haven’t seen it.

PH: Then that would make sense. I can send you a copy of this letter so you can see it. What would Eisenhower be doing writing to an Italian contactee?

TG: I feel certain there is a base in the Mediterranean.

PH: So in the 1950’s and 1960’s there was an attempt by human-looking aliens, and let’s leave Billy Meier aside, to contact humanity and that is generally dismissed because they’re human-looking.

TG: Yep. Those are the facts as they are related to us. They are our older brothers, if you like. They’ve been here much longer than we have.

PH: I agree with you. How do we change this around, since the contact has already happened?

TG: I don’t know, I think it’s going to have to come from evidence, maybe scientific evidence of previous civilizations. We talk about Atlantis and Lemuria. Maybe some real, solid evidence will emerge sometime in the future.

For more on Timothy Good, please see:


Eisenhower’s 1954 Meeting With Extraterrestrials – The Fiftieth Anniversary of First Contact?


The Story of Giorgio Bongiovanni



His life changed for the first time in 1976, at the age of 13, when he met Eugenio Siragusa, the notorious alien contactee from Catania, who became his Spiritual Father.

Eugenio revealed to Giorgio Bongiovanni the universal knowledge; he also followed and trained him with the cosmic doctrine that in some cases offered the confirmation and explanation of experiences that Giorgio had already lived: glowing globe sights and encounters with special Beings whose real essence would have become clear in the course of the years.

Boosted by that ardent glow that Eugenio Siragusa re-awoke in his Spirit, Giorgio’s dedicated himself wholeheartedly to the study of the messages that his Spiritual Father received from ancient Beings come from different worlds in order to assist to the event of creation of our solar system and in order to help the human race in its evolutionary path.


A day in April, on the 5th in 1989, around noon, Giorgio left work to go on his lunch break. He noticed a Lady that seemed to be waiting for him near his car. He was astounded by the shine radiated by this Being, because the spring sun was high in the sky.

When he got closer, he realised that the Lady was hovering above the ground. She greeted him, told him her name was Myriam, and invited him to prepare himself for future encounters. Giorgio Bongiovanni was ecstatic, but upset.

He returned home, told everything to Lorella and rushed to call Eugenio Siragusa on the phone, who calmed him down explaining him that he had been visited by the Madonna.

More apparitions followed on, more and more intense until the moment in which the Virgin invited Giorgio Bongiovanni to go to Fatima, where she would have given him a sign for the whole humanity.

On September the 2nd 1989, Giorgio, accompanied by two Spanish friends, was kneeling down, below the great oak tree that dominates the sanctuary square. He brought red roses as a gift and waited, praying silently.

As promised the Celestial Mother called him; Giorgio, gone in ecstasy, saw once more the Sublime Being that asked him if he was willing to carry part of the anguish of Her Son.

Giorgio Bongiovanni agrees to the offer of the of the Virgin, and observed two rays of light departed from her chest, decorated with a white rose, that hit the palms of his hands. Giorgio fell backwards.

His friends drew closer to assist him, and saw on the back of his hands a sort of bulge that burst little by little, as if a nail pushed from the inside to the outside, to open up a deep wound that went across the palms fully. The pain was excruciating with a profound spiritual trauma.

Giorgio went back home where Lorella and Giovanni were waiting him, already eager to share the suffering and the blessing that the miracle of the stigmatas comprises in its mystery. Their lives changed forever.

The copious daily haemorrhage could even take place more than once a day and were extremely painful. It required a few hours for Giorgio to be able to recover.

Despite the attempts, he realised that he could not carry on with his job and was forced to sell his modest but profitable business.

From then on, every spiritual, physical, human and material resource of his, including what was lent or donated to him, was totally employed in the mission entrusted to him by the Virgin.


Momento en que Giorgio recibe los estigmas en sus manos

An interview in Mexico with Giorgio Bongiovanni, the Italian stigmatized, along with journalist Jaime Maussan; his message to the world, why must we stay in contact with other worlds.

Part 2 of the interview in Mexico with Giorgio Bongiovanni, the Italian stigmatized, along with journalist Jaime Maussan; who is Giorgio, why did he accept virgin Fatima’s to carry the stigmas, his message to the world, why must we stay in contact with other worlds, his fight against the mafia in Italy, his predictions. This is an extended version of the other video.

tercermilenio | September 14, 2010

Fernando Correa presenta la opinión del estigmatizado Giorgio Bongiovanni entorno a Crop Circle que apareció en Inglaterra referente al Rostro de Jesús en el 2010


20 Questions for: UFO Researcher, Paola Harris.



Question #5:

DW: Your access to those within the Vatican is very unique and important, Paola. Church leaders have (apparently) made great strides recently to prepare the Catholic religion, and people the world over, for imminent Disclosure. Is the Church prepared for this?

And just how much does the Vatican know about all of this, given they have publicly stated “If aliens do exist, they would be our space brothers and sisters, which would not negate the existence of God”?

PH: No. Chief Vatican Astronomer, Father Funes of the Vatican Observatory says that the presence of Extraterrestrial life means there are more souls in a universe filled with life who can give glory to God and that this doctrine does not conflict with the Catholic religion.

The fact this press release came out in the Official Vatican Newspaper L’Osservatore Romano means it is approved by the Pope himself. So the Catholic church is positioning itself for what? Are the Jesuits in the Observatory in Arizona looking to the ‘Second Coming’ or something else?

Father Funes calls the ETs our brothers and sisters in the article which means that he is not talking about the Zeta greys, but people who must look like us.

He also adds dogma or new doctrine into the mix when he says that Jesus did not need to die for them because aliens were not born with “original sin, only humans were.” I think this is pretty revolutionary and a sign of things to come.

My friendship with the late Monsignor Balducci, as referenced in my books, led me to believe that, as in all institutions, the Church was allowing people to discuss a truth they have known for centuries. Just look at early Renaissance religious art.

“Battesimo di Cristo” 1710
Aert De Gelder


116 Responses to “What would Eisenhower be doing writing to an Italian contactee?”

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  7. blessedistruth Says:

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  8. blessedistruth Says:

    HELENA, Mont., Sept. 18, 2010

    Montana GOP Policy: Make Homosexuality Illegal

    Republicans’ State Party Platform Proposes to Make It Illegal to Be Gay in Big Sky Country


    But going against the grain is the Montana GOP statement, which falls under the “Crime” section of the GOP platform. It states: “We support the clear will of the people of Montana expressed by legislation to keep homosexual acts illegal.”


    Critics say the policy is a toothless statement, the effect of which is simply to make gays feel excluded.

    A University of Montana law professor says Montana’s 1997 case and the U.S. Supreme Court’s Lawrence decision means there’s no real chance for the state GOP to act on its position.

    “To me, that statement legally is hollow,” said constitutional specialist Jack Tuholske.

    “The principle under Gryczan and under Lawrence, that’s the fundamental law of the land and the Legislature can’t override the Constitution.

    It might express their view, but as far as a legal reality, it’s a hollow view and can’t come to pass.”

    Montana Human Rights Network organizer Kim Abbott said the GOP platform statement does not represent the attitudes of most Montanans, and it shows that the party is out of touch with the prevalent view of the people they are supposed to represent.

    “It speaks volumes to the lesbian and gay community how they are perceived by the Republican Party,” Abbott said.

    “It would be nice if Republicans that understand that gay people are human beings would stand up and say they don’t agree with that.

    (Yes, Republicans, stand up!)

    But I don’t know how likely that is.”

    Brueggeman suspects that the vast majority of the party believes, as he does, that the Republican party should remove statement.

    It’s against every conservative principle for limited government and issues like this exemplify how a political party can interfere with the relationship between lawmakers and their constituents.

    “I just hope it’s something that’s so sensitive that people don’t want to touch it,” he said.

    “Even if there wasn’t a Supreme Court decision, does anyone really believe that it should be illegal?”

  9. blessedistruth Says:

    State Sen. John Brueggeman, R-Polson


    The fact that it’s still the official party policy more than 12 years later, despite a tidal shift in public attitudes since then and the party’s own pledge of support for individual freedoms, has exasperated some GOP members.

    “I looked at that and said, ‘You’ve got to be kidding me,'” state Sen. John Brueggeman, R-Polson, said last week.

    “Should it get taken out? Absolutely.

    Does anybody think we should be arresting homosexual people?

    If you take that stand, you really probably shouldn’t be in the Republican Party.”

    Gay rights have been rapidly advancing nationwide since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Texas’ sodomy law in 2003’s Lawrence v. Texas decision.

  10. blessedistruth Says:


    Adopted June 19, 2010



    Homosexual Acts

    We support the clear will of the people of Montana expressed by legislation to keep homosexual acts illegal.

    “expressed by legislation”

    what legislation?

    “the clear will of the people of Montana”

    obviously not.


    August 31, 2010

    Democratic candidate for Congress Dennis McDonald feels his race against Republican incumbent Denny Rehberg is closer than anticipated.


    (Rehberg should go on the record as far as whether or not he believes this should be removed from platform.)

  11. blessedistruth Says:

    Anti-gay rhetoric a concern for all


    From the Republican State Party platform that advocates for the recriminalization of same-sex love,

    to the comments about gays made by Tim Ravndal — with specific reference to one of the most widely know incidents of a hate crime against our community in neighboring Wyoming,

    to the comments of Kristi Allen-Gailushaus who sees our advocacy as a “war” on her sense of society,

    these incidents all have two things in common.

    First they all are originating from leaders in Montana party politics.

    The second, they create an environment that is a little less safe for everyday Montanans.

  12. blessedistruth Says:

    “Such proposals tear at the heart of the Republican message of liberty”

    Anti-Gay Planks In Montana & Texas GOP Platforms Undermine Republican Message of Liberty

    Posted by B. Daniel Blatt at 4:14 pm – June 29, 2010.


    … reprehensible as these planks are, they are isolated occurrences.

    Most Republicans have reached a kind of modus vivendi with the increasing social acceptance of homosexuality in American society and basically ignoring gay issues.

    Importantly, such planks don’t mean much in terms of actual legislation at the state level.

    To be sure, we are seeing a handful of states banning gay adoption and preventing the state from granting benefits to same-sex partners of state employees,

    but they’re not barring private companies from doing so nor are they preventing them from treating their gay employees fairly.

    Nor are states doing anything to prevent us from living our lives openly.

    Still, this legislation shows that we gay Republicans have work to do in convincing our party that gay people can live moral and socially productive lives.

    If you’re in Montana or Texas, I encourage you to write the party and tell them how such proposals tear at the heart of the Republican message of liberty so eloquently articulated by Abraham Lincoln in the Nineteenth Century and Ronald Reagan in the Twentieth.

  13. blessedistruth Says:

    Dems are making an issue of this, so Repubs better be prepared with reasonable answers when they are questioned.

    It’s possible this issue could make a difference in some toss up House races.

    192 Democrats
    Toss Ups 38
    Republicans 205

    GOP needs 13 of 38 toss ups.

  14. blessedistruth Says:

    Toss Up (38)

    AL2: Bright (D)

    AZ1: Kirkpatrick (D)
    AZ5: Mitchell (D)
    AZ8: Giffords (D)

    CA11: McNerney (D)
    CA20: Costa (D)

    FL2: Boyd (D)
    FL22: Klein (D)

    GA8: Marshall (D)

    IL10: Open (R)
    IL14: Foster (D)
    IL17: Hare (D)

    IN9: Hill (D)

    MA10: Open (D)

    MI9: Peters (D)

    MO4: Skelton (D)

    NC11: Shuler (D)

    NM1: Heinrich (D)

    NV3: Titus (D)

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    NY13: McMahon (D)
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    SC5: Spratt (D)

    SD-AL: Herseth Sandlin (D)

    TX23: Rodriguez (D)

    VA11: Connolly (D)
    VA2: Nye (D)
    VA9: Boucher (D)

    WI8: Kagen (D)

    WV1: Open (D)

  15. blessedistruth Says:

    Battle for the Senate

    49 Democrats*
    Toss Ups 6
    Republicans 45

    CA: Boxer (D)
    CO: Bennet (D)
    IL: Open (D)

    NV: Reid (D)
    WA: Murray (D)
    WI: Feingold (D)

  16. blessedistruth Says:

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    Reuters/Ipsos 9/10 – 9/12 463 LV 46 44 Reid +2

    LVRJ/Mason-Dixon 9/7 – 9/9 625 LV 46 44 Reid +2

  17. blessedistruth Says:

    How Republicans Made Their Peace with Sodomy

    The GOP’s selective case against judicial activism

    Steve Chapman | July 5, 2010


    The Texas GOP’s new platform says unabashedly,

    “We oppose the legalization of sodomy. We demand that Congress exercise its authority granted by the U.S. Constitution to withhold jurisdiction from the federal courts from cases involving sodomy.”

    Last year, the Oklahoma Republican Party came out against “the elimination of laws against sodomy.”

    The Montana GOP agrees.

    That’s right.

    *** They want to allow the states to put gay and lesbian couples in jail for something (oral or anal sex) that millions of heterosexual couples do all the time. ***

    (Oh, good! I’m glad I’m not the only one thinking along these lines!)

    But this sentiment is not exactly sweeping the country—even the red states.

    GOP senators had the chance to ask Kagan what she thought of the sodomy decision, and not one of them did.

    No one had the slightest desire to denounce or even revisit the court’s ruling.

  18. blessedistruth Says:

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    So please call me, baby
    Wherever you are
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    We do crazy things when we’re wounded
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  19. blessedistruth Says:

    One has to pick one’s battles.


  20. blessedistruth Says:

    For Posterity’s Sake

    Former Military Men Say UFOs Have Monitored and Sometimes Tampered with Our Nuclear Weapons
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 2:37:08 PM · 177 of 190
    rosettasister to Quix
    Well, I dunno Quix.

    But you’ve been consistent.

    You might be interested in this one, too.

    What would Eisenhower be doing writing to an Italian contactee?


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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 2:29:18 PM · 181 of 386
    rosettasister to manc
    Thank you for the back and forth.

    And not just threats.

    I have to go now.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 2:24:07 PM · 176 of 386
    rosettasister to Michael Barnes
    “you would ALSO have the Montana GOP support homosexuals in order to get said votes”

    this is very vague

    I don’t know exactly what platform says.

    But the left is making an issue of it and will try and paint your extremist views indicative of Republicans in general.

    And nothing could be further from the truth.

    And I am proud to stand up for gays and lesbians.

    That doesn’t mean I like the path their leadership would take them.

    Thankfully, some homosexuals know there are more important things going on in the world than whether or not gays can marry.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 2:13:01 PM · 160 of 386
    rosettasister to manc
    if you dig deeper, you can figure that out all on your own.

    and you are very rude for asking.

    btw, I said the issue comes up in classroom.

    by students, not by me.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 2:10:14 PM · 158 of 386
    rosettasister to trisham
    If you must know, discussion of oral and anal sex does embarrass me.

    But that doesn’t mean both hetero and homosexuals engage in these acts in private.

    I was trying to make a point.

    Can we pls discuss Montana GOP platform?

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 2:03:48 PM · 150 of 386
    rosettasister to Las Vegas Ron
    “the pushers of normalizing homosexuality”

    I didn’t say it was “normal”

    I just said it exists

    And most every teacher in America would concur with me.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 2:01:26 PM · 148 of 386
    rosettasister to manc

    I wouldn’t ask the same of you.

    You really need to stay on point, instead of being so interested in my background.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:59:46 PM · 144 of 386
    rosettasister to manc
    No comment.

    Now I really am embarrassed.

    But heterosexuals do strange things, too.

    This is about Montana GOP platform

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:55:08 PM · 140 of 386
    rosettasister to Las Vegas Ron
    “speaking of agendas, what’s yours”

    Good question.

    I don’t like extremists on the left or the right.

    I’m one of those independents who decides elections.

    But I was smart enough to see Obama for the statist he was.

    I never “drank his juice.”

    I prefer divided government.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:52:08 PM · 134 of 386
    rosettasister to manc
    “that is why I tell my kids what these sick teachers are up to”

    “These sick teachers” have to deal with reality, not with your utopia.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:46:44 PM · 126 of 386
    rosettasister to DJ MacWoW
    I prefer to discuss what the Montana GOP platform should or shouldn’t say.

    I guess that is for Montana Republicans to decide.

    Obviously some on the left are attempting to make an issue of this.

    I want the GOP to win in November.

    And that means NOT alienating the middle.

    You know those pesky independents who voted for Obama.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:35:18 PM · 118 of 386
    rosettasister to manc
    do you think homosexuals should marry?

    No, civil unions, but states should decide

    homosexuals get a hold of kids and raise them?

    gays and lesbians adopt, I honestly don’t know

    have it taught in schools?

    certainly not at elementary level, but having taught for many years, homosexuality does become an issue for some at puberty

    and it does come up in the classroom, mostly just to admonish a student for name-calling

    but this thread is about what the Montana GOP platform should or shouldn’t say

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:28:21 PM · 109 of 386
    rosettasister to Michael Barnes
    I was laughing at being threatened by a boor.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:25:48 PM · 103 of 386
    rosettasister to DJ MacWoW
    “FR is pro-God, pro-life, pro-family, pro-marriage, pro-military, pro-traditional American conservatism”

    So am I.

    And you, sir or madam, are a boor.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:22:14 PM · 97 of 386
    rosettasister to Ted Grant
    I just want this clarified.

    And certain public acts are outlawed

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:21:13 PM · 96 of 386
    rosettasister to Michael Barnes

    you are not my judge

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:16:30 PM · 90 of 386
    rosettasister to Ted Grant
    “potentially crimiinally culpable for engaging in particular homosexual acts in the jurisdiction”

    even in private?

    we’ve already established that certain public acts are illegal for all parties

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:12:00 PM · 83 of 386
    rosettasister to DJ MacWoW

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:08:58 PM · 76 of 386
    rosettasister to DJ MacWoW
    “Homosexuals now perform these acts in public during parades and fairs.”

    Yes. Again, as far as I know, functionally undisguised carnal knowledge is still illegal for both hetero and homosexuals.

    Why this law is not always enforced is another issue.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 1:04:32 PM · 65 of 386
    rosettasister to TomServo
    I didn’t know it had been removed.


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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:58:23 PM · 56 of 386
    rosettasister to GregH
    “not something new and has been on the GOP Montana platform for many years”

    yes, designed to push buttons.

    obviously Dems trying to make this an issue.

    So Republicans in Montana should be prepared with a reply which will NOT alienate independent voters,

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:50:19 PM · 41 of 386
    rosettasister to trumandogz
    We’re getting way off track.

    Montana GOP needs to change their platform.

    And I hope Republicans in Montana will distance themselves.

    There are lots of homosexuals in Montana.

    What I don’t like about the “homosexual agenda” is that many in this group are conservatives at heart.

    But they would never vote that way, because they are scared of platforms like this one.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:41:41 PM · 27 of 386
    rosettasister to TheBigIf
    As far as I know, functionally undisguised carnal knowledge is still illegal.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:40:07 PM · 25 of 386
    rosettasister to TheBigIf
    “Do you need to announce that you want oral and anal?”

    That was brilliant!

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:38:30 PM · 23 of 386
    rosettasister to Ted Grant
    So oral and anal sex are only okay for heterosexuals?

    Do you know how absurd this sounds?

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:35:43 PM · 19 of 386
    rosettasister to TheBigIf
    “how the issue is dealt with when become public”

    Please explain.

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:33:27 PM · 17 of 386
    rosettasister to Ted Grant
    Then I guess oral and anal sex are out of the question?!

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    Montana GOP policy: Make homosexuality illegal
    Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:18:54 PM · 5 of 386
    rosettasister to presidio9
    I find this hard to believe, but if it is true, then they need to change their platform.

    It’s easy for me to see this and just shake my head.

    But imagine if you’re gay, or if you’re gay in Montana.

    This is EXACTLY how the GOP loses elections.

    This is probaby intended to push buttons, but I hope Republicans in Montana will distance themselves.

    Believe me, I know better than most that many gays and lesbians are extremely self-centered and are incapable of seeing the big picture.

    But I really would like to see Pelosi get fired come November.

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    Former Military Men Say UFOs Have Monitored and Sometimes Tampered with Our Nuclear Weapons
    Friday, September 17, 2010 11:10:36 AM · 162 of 190
    rosettasister to Quix
    “I also post them so that Christian Conservatives can prepare their hearts and minds to deal with such realities should we remain here after disclosure has been shoved down the planets’ collective throats.”

    These may interest you.

    Author and theologian Ted Peters to speak at McAfee


    Would other intelligent beings have the possibility to enjoy God’s mercy?


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    Author and theologian Ted Peters to speak at McAfee
    Friday, September 17, 2010 10:48:02 AM · 3 of 3
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    Thanks to Quix for this image.

    “Battesimo di Cristo” 1710
    Aert De Gelder

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    Author and theologian Ted Peters to speak at McAfee
    Friday, September 17, 2010 10:40:17 AM · 2 of 3
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    Director of the Vatican’s Observatory, Fr. José Gabriel Funes

    Would other intelligent beings have the possibility to enjoy God’s mercy?


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    Author and theologian Ted Peters to speak at McAfee
    Friday, September 17, 2010 10:37:45 AM · 1 of 3
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    Birther Bumper Sticker
    Friday, September 17, 2010 9:55:01 AM · 17 of 20
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    A judge with balls that ‘clang’

    Leonard Daneman 17. Sep, 2010 at 3:06 am

    The cognitive dissonance is deafening. Where to begin . . .

    1) The only dictum that’s authoritative is God’s and the framers, e.g., the bible, commentaries, letters, the Federalist Papers.

    Judge Grey’s slip of the tongue in Ark is not. Nor is it in Liakakos or Ankeny.

    The only thing you should take from Wong Kim Ark is a state’s right to confer citizenship on a native-born child to avoid aparthied.

    Citizenship at birth to those who already have nationality is a conflict of law, if not lawlessness itself.


    4) Respect for lawyers who passed the bar?

    The second attorney I sued lost his law license, and a handful of others who crossed me lost their jobs.

    I have respect for very few lawyers.

    5) Orly Taitz grew up with the Cyrillic alphabet, got her DDS in Hebrew, and her ‘mail-order’ law degree in English.

    I’ve struggled through her pleadings . . . yes . . . her Social Security issue is still giving pause to many.

    6) A constitutionally ineligible president re-instates the ‘death tax’ and hundreds of estates lose over half their equity to the goverment.

    The eligible candidate, however, ran on extending the repeal of the death tax indefinitely.

    At first look, the issue is political.

    However, the acting president’s actions are invalid and void if his presidency violates the constitution.

    Who is injured in fact? What laws have been broken in nexus to the harm done?

    Can you argue that a man willing to violate the constitution to become president also has no respect for private property?

    Is a violation of the constitution by a president so serious that standing claimed by a citizen should be looked upon in a most favorable light?

    There will come a day when a judge with balls that ‘clang’ takes on an Obama eligibility case, and I can assure you that Chicago Law School adjunct instructor in Constitutional Law will be found guilty of fraud and negligence.

    ‘Oooops’ will not get him off this time.

    Found at Obama Conspiracy

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    Birther Bumper Sticker
    Thursday, September 16, 2010 5:41:17 PM · 13 of 20
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    Svenmagnussen’s new graphic


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    Birther Bumper Sticker
    Thursday, September 16, 2010 2:28:24 PM · 8 of 20
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    If you’re interested, you can find some Leonard Daneman comments here. Just scroll down.


    For example:

    Leonard Daneman 16. Sep, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    “Do you have a credible cite for Velamoor being an attorney for the President?”

    Yes. I do. The president’s representing law firm, that is. Coe, Perkins was it?

    Good news. My attorney friend/associate just won his case, but it is without prejudice.

    My research may still finalize the win in the end, but the respite for now is welcome.

    Thanks for the lively comments, but I have to go . . .

    please read the Koran and associated and recommended writings as suggested in the previous posts.

    May God be Found True, and Every Man a Liar.

    The bible per se is not the source of bloodshed, even the French and Spanish persecutions of the Jews and the Huguenots . . . those were actions of men and monarchs.

    History shows a flawed series of civilizations and governments . . .

    let us protect this one, a constitutional Republic of great value and privilege to the common man (us).

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    Birther Bumper Sticker
    Thursday, September 16, 2010 2:01:50 PM · 6 of 20
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    I let Mr. Daneman know about this post.

    So, hopefully he’ll see your replies.

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    White House rips Forbes article
    Thursday, September 16, 2010 1:46:51 PM · 77 of 100
    rosettasister to LucyT

    Leonard Daneman’s blog


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    Birther Bumper Sticker
    Thursday, September 16, 2010 1:40:17 PM · 2 of 20
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    How to get eligibility ruling from Supremes

    Lawyer outlines strategy to prompt court decision

    Posted: May 16, 2009


    At the point where the arguments over Obama’s eligibility eventually reach a courtroom, there are many valid arguments against his eligibility, according to a paralegal whose research has played a role in some of the pending legal actions.

    Leonard Daneman told WND he’s written to members of the U.S. Supreme Court suggesting they render an opinion on the definition of “natural born citizen” without addressing the political ramifications, simply to establish a precedent in the law.

    “The Supreme Court may feel obligated to ignore, or even dismiss the ‘merits’ of the numerous eligibility cases due to the political questions doctrine,” he told WND.

    “But the court can still publish … an apolitical opinion solely on the law, U.S. Const. art. II, § 2, cl. 5, The Natural Born Citizen Eligibility Clause.”

    Many critics have said the overwhelming circumstantial evidence available to date suggests Obama is not a U.S. citizen, because of his move to Indonesia.

    “When the Constitution was being composed, John Jay asked George Washington, ‘whether it would not be wise and reasonable to provide a strong check to the admission of foreigners into the administration of our national government and to declare expressly that the command(er) in chief of the American army shall not be given to, nor devolve on, any but a natural born citizen,’” Daneman wrote to the Supreme Court.

    “The chief author of the 14th Amendment, Sen. John A. Bingham, wrote,

    ‘[E]very human being born within the jurisdiction of the United States of parents not owing allegiance to any foreign sovereignty is, in the language of your Constitution itself, a natural born citizen,’” Daneman’s letter continued.

    His suggested the Supreme Court justices release a definition of “natural born citizen” and then “the political questions will then remain in the proper forum, or branch of government.”

    Tokaji said the Constitution itself clearly recognizes the possibility of an ineligible president, demanding in the 20th Amendment that

    “if the president elect shall have failed to qualify, then the vice president elect shall act as president until a president shall have qualified.”

    “Unfortunately,” he continued, “it does not explicitly say who is to make the determination whether a president elect has ‘failed to qualify.’”

    “There is a good reason for believing that this sort of dispute belongs in state court.

    Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution provides:

    ‘Each state shall appoint, in such manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors, equal to the whole number of senators and representatives to which the state may be entitled in the Congress,’” he said.

    Aligning with that view was the 2000 election decision by the Supreme Court in Bush v. Gore.

    The high court found the state supreme court’s construction of certain provisions of state election law went beyond the bounds of proper statutory interpretation.

    Yet none of the justices disputed that state courts may hear cases alleging violations of state election states, Tokaji found.

    He concluded that because a state court’s opinion would be based on federal law, the U.S. Supreme Court then could hear the case on a petition for writ of certiorari.

    “This is true even if the original state-court action would not have been justiciable in federal court,” he said.

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    Birther Bumper Sticker
    Thursday, September 16, 2010 1:39:04 PM · 1 of 20
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    Where is the vigil for Americans killed by illegal aliens?
    Thursday, September 16, 2010 11:56:26 AM · 17 of 22
    rosettasister to La Lydia
    Secure Voters, Not Borders

    Sheriff: Drug Spotters Living In Ariz. Caves

    Deputies Find Illegal Immigrant In Sawtooth Mountain Cave


    Babeu said evidence indicates several individuals carried the stolen property through the desert and into the Sawtooth Mountains near Wild Cat Peak.

    “This isn’t an isolated incident,” said Babeu. “We have spotters and lookouts throughout Pinal County in high points through this drug and human smuggling corridor.”

    Residents on Monday attended a press conference saying they are afraid to leave their homes because spotters watch their every move.

    “This is happening in my backyard,” said Henderson, “and I strongly believe if something isn’t done to stop these people it’s going to be in all of your backyards before long.”

    Babeu is asking county supervisors to approve $1.5 million to hire more deputies to battle the illegal immigration problem.

    “Our county has $26 million in a financial stability fund,” said Babeu. “We also have nearly $6 million in a reserve fund, which is a rainy day fund.

    Guess what? It’s not raining. It’s pouring.”

    “Many of our Pinal County residents are forced to live in constant fear because the federal government has refused to take the necessary action to secure our borders immediately,” he added.

    Henderson said she doesn’t know for sure that her home was burglarized by an illegal immigrant, since the culprit has not been caught.

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    O’Donnell Raises $750K and Counting
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 6:38:41 PM · 28 of 118
    rosettasister to WWRD
    “Thanks Karl – Couldn’t have done it without you.”


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    Peckman launches educational campaign on ET commission initiative
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 12:24:31 PM · 13 of 13
    rosettasister to GraceG
    Thanks for posting that, Grace!

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    Why Pelosi Signed Two Certificates of Nomination
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 10:47:41 AM · 453 of 464
    rosettasister to butterdezillion

    Sven’s new graphic


    To: USALiberty


    (Please click link for image.)

    21 posted on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 6:41:01 PM by

    SvenMagnussen (Soebarkah renounced his US Citizenship in 1968.)

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    PPP on Delaware: Coons Up Big. Coons 50, O’ Donnell 34
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 10:37:44 AM · 121 of 169
    rosettasister to SeekAndFind
    Yeah, I’m not buying this poll.

    Delaware Senate – O’Donnell vs. Coons

    Rasmussen Reports 9/2 – 9/2 500 LV 47 36 Coons +11

    Rasmussen Reports 8/5 – 8/5 500 LV 46 36 Coons +10

    Rasmussen Reports 7/14 – 7/14 500 LV 39 41 O’Donnell +2

    O’Donnell actually polled ahead of Coons back on 7/14.

    So expect this race to get a lot closer.

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    Noem, Herseth Sandlin step up air war
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 10:35:07 AM · 14 of 14
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    Sen. Gregg: Spending Is Being Done “Intentionally”


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    Noem, Herseth Sandlin step up air war
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 10:27:10 AM · 13 of 14
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    P.I.G.S. R U.S.

    Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain


    Dr Niall Ferguson, CFA, and PhD at Harvard recently wrote a columni in the Financial Times

    Niall Ferguson wanted to use the title “Pigs ‘R Us” for one of his recent columns in the Financial Times, but he said that his editor wouldn’t agree to it.

    He ended up titling it A Greek Crisis Coming to America.

    Herseth Sandlin has criticized Noem for supporting Rep Paul Ryan’s “Roadmap” which is his plan to reform entitlements in order to avert a Greek crisis coming to the U.S.

    Recently Senator Judd Gregg told Larry Kudlow that Obama and Dems are spending us into oblivion because what they really want is a VAT here in the U.S.

    Sorry, this is how my mind works, when it works at all!

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    Noem, Herseth Sandlin step up air war
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 10:11:05 AM · 11 of 14
    rosettasister to mplsconservative

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    Noem, Herseth Sandlin step up air war
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 9:43:24 AM · 7 of 14
    rosettasister to Crichton
    Good question.

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    Noem, Herseth Sandlin step up air war
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 9:42:16 AM · 6 of 14
    rosettasister to rosettasister
    Kristi Noem for Congress – Serve

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    Noem, Herseth Sandlin step up air war
    Wednesday, September 15, 2010 9:37:56 AM · 4 of 14
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    Kristi Noem Responds to Herseth Sandlin Comments on President Obama

    Posted: Friday, September 10th


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  21. blessedistruth Says:

    I’ve never been able to watch Fight Club to the end.

    I didn’t know Tom Waits music on soundtrack.

    Maybe I should just go buy soundtrack.

    Raymond is my brother.

    Raymond Bongiovanni


    He first discovered the original Fight Club novel while it was still in galleys

    (I actually have Raymond’s copy.)

    Tom Waits




  22. blessedistruth Says:

    Jesus Blood Never Failed Me Yet


    I took the tape loop to Leicester, where I was working in the Fine Art Department, and copied the loop onto a continuous reel of tape, thinking about perhaps adding an orchestrated accompaniment to this.

    The door of the recording room opened on to one of the large painting studios and I left the tape copying, with the door open, while I went to have a cup of coffee.

    When I came back I found the normally lively room unnaturally subdued.

    People were moving about much more slowly than usual and a few were sitting alone, quietly weeping.

    I was puzzled until I realised that the tape was still playing and that they had been overcome by the old man’s singing.

    This convinced me of the emotional power of the music and of the possibilities offered by adding a simple, though gradually evolving, orchestral accompaniment that respected the tramp’s nobility and simple faith.

    Although he died before he could hear what I had done with his singing, the piece remains as an eloquent, but understated testimony to his spirit and optimism.


  23. BWO XIN Says:

    Do you have an email I can contact you at privately?

  24. blessedistruth Says:

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    2010-09-13 to Today

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  25. rosettasister Says:

    Wade Richards tells Michelle Goldberg how O’Donnell abandoned him, and how her lesbian sister helped him accept his sexuality.


    (O’Donnell has a lesbian sister. How interesting. This article is biased, of course, and designed to make her look like a homophobe, which won’t help in Delaware.)

    (If she’s smart, she’ll make a statement. Better be ready with a reasonable answer.)

  26. blessedistruth Says:

    Christine O’Donnell said gays suffer from `identity disorder,’ reporter says



    What does she “say” now?

  27. blessedistruth Says:

    Christine O’Donnell not homophobic, says her lesbian sister

    Jean O’Donnell says claims are laughable as former aide tells how Tea Party favourite believed in curing homosexuality

    Friday 17 September 2010


  28. blessedistruth Says:

    I knew this was coming.

    The Nation: Time For Steele To Stand Up To Bigotry


    News reports that the Montana Republican Party maintains a platform plank calling for the outlawing of homosexuality

    – and, by extension, the arrest and incarceration of law abiding citizens whose only “crime” is their sexuality –

    highlights persistent bigotry among state-level Republican parties toward gays and lesbians.


    On September 22, Texas Senator Cornyn is scheduled to address the national dinner of the Log Cabin Republicans, appearing before one of the largest gatherings of politically-active gays, lesbians and bisexuals in the country.

    Cornyn’s appearance offers a great opening for a national Republican leader to condemn open bigotry within the GOP.

    *** He can and should denounce the Montana Republican platform. ***

    But Michael Steele ought not wait that long.

    The chairman of the Republican National Committee should challenge bigotry within his party as aggressively as did Paul Butler within the Democratic Party of the 1950s and early 1960s.

    (If memory serves, I remember Steele stating that he favors neither gay marriage nor civil unions. He needn’t go there. But he should come out and state that he would hope that Montana Republicans remove the offensive plank.)

  29. blessedistruth Says:

    Statement on LTC Lakin Courts Martial


    submitted by Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely (Ret.)

    The U.S. Bar Association supports supports the Second Amendment, private property rights, and ending illegal immigration

    (Sept. 14, 2010)


  30. blessedistruth Says:

    Obama’s Documentation Problem Makes Pravda Online

    September 19, 2010


  31. blessedistruth Says:

    Colin Powell decries ‘nonsense’ attacks on Obama


    Powell welcomed Obama’s policies in health care and education while saying the president may have taken on too many problems at once and not done enough to control the deficit.

    “There are so many rocks in our knapsack now that we’re having trouble carrying it,” he said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

    Powell said the tea party may not become an enduring force unless it moves beyond slogans and promotes an agenda that people “can see, touch and actually believe in.”

    It’s not enough, he said, to call for goals that most Americans support, such as controlled federal spending and adherence to the Constitution.

    And in challenging Obama, Powell said, “Let’s not go down low. … Let’s attack him on policy, not nonsense.”

    Powell says he’s not giving up on the GOP, despite its rightward drift, and says

    it might actually help Obama if Republicans win the House in November and gain responsibility for driving policy,

    “not just opposing Democrats at every turn”

    this last part is what bothers me about Colin Powell. His statements are inconsistent. Remember when he said most Americans want bigger government?!

    And this last part, he’s repeating a Dem talking point. I heard he may be seeking a spot in Obama’s cabinet.

    Chief of Staff?

  32. blessedistruth Says:

    Hawaii Democratic Party Refused to Certify Obama’s Eligibility


  33. blessedistruth Says:

    Third of Three in Pravda on Constitution & Documentation vs. Obama

    September 20, 2010


  34. blessedistruth Says:

    SvenMagnussen 20. Sep, 2010 at 11:59 am

    “Rickey: Of course, Colbert’s humor is completely lost on her.”

    I think Orly does get it. She needs to refine her message. She’s off to a good start by talking about Obama’s Connecticut SSN. But she needs to stay away from the born in 1896 meme.

    She could push the Anti-Colonial view …

    Without Colonists, natives wouldn’t have birth certificates.

    There’s nothing to fear from Colonists, but fear itself and small pox.

    Feel free to add stuff.

    Found at Obama Conspiracy

  35. blessedistruth Says:

    Leonard Daneman 19. Sep, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    I promised a response to Scientist and Dr. Conspiracy who claimed they proved that the ‘citizen of the U.S. at the time of adoption’ clause applies to anyone with foreign alienage worthy of the office of presidency.

    It is 2000-words, so I posted it at


    Questions have been raised concerning my health. In May of 2005 I went from a long distance athlete to barely able to walk . . . in the course of two weeks of illness.

    I am much improved now, but my visceral organs were compromised, e.g., heart, bladder, kidneys, digestive system . . . maybe various glands as well.

    The illness was due to my extraordinary physical conditioning ‘ramping up’ my immune system, which was then ‘tricked’ by an antigen.

    My own immune system went out of control, eating away at my own nervous system until the doctors ‘tricked’ my autoimmune system to think it had produced more than enough phagocytes . . .

    that required a week in ICU with daily Immunoglobulin treatments at $1500 a dose.

    Due to my years of physical conditioning, I am still stronger than many younger men . . . but even after five years recovering my health is still the primary work each day.

    If any of you respond on Monday, or even this week, then that is proof you haven’t read the numerous citations and links offered as proof and foundation for my conclusions of law.

    The best known legal minds commenting on Natural Born Citizenship are probably Jill Pryor (Yale) and Karen Herlihy (Kent State).

    However, their focus was on conflating Native-Born citizens with Natural Born Citizens out of fairness and the popular abuse of the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause.

    Any case law dicta or naturalization law statute you try to apply to making Obama, a son of a British subject, eligible to the presidency is an unconstitutional revision of Article II.

    Only the son of a U.S. citizen father is eligible to the presidency . . .


    Found at Obama Conspiracy

    There’s more.


  36. blessedistruth Says:

    Interfaith efforts are battling bias vs. Islam worship

    by Robert Leger – Sept. 18, 2010 .


    But then, the extraordinary happened.

    The pastors of three nearby Christian churches announced an interfaith service in support of the mosque. One week before Christmas, about 400 people showed up.

    A rabbi read the Torah in Hebrew. The imam read from the Quran in Arabic. A priest read the Bible in English.

    “It was quite a night to remember. I was very proud of it,” said the Rev. Robert John Voss, then pastor of St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church.

    A month later, the Review Board approved the project.

    “We built relations that are still strong to this day,” said Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, one of the leaders in building the mosque.

    Overflow crowds for Eid al Fitr last week parked at St. Bernard, for instance.

    Jasser has been active since then.

    In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the physician founded the American Islamic Forum for Democracy to give moderate Muslims a voice.

    *** He opposes the proposed Cordoba Center in New York, writing in the New York Post and the Wall Street Journal that it is a provocation in an area where people should be Americans first. ***

    He draws a distinction between the multimillion-dollar mosque with international funding and locally funded community mosques such as the one in Scottsdale or those proposed in Temecula or Murfreesboro.

    Community mosques are beneficial, and he cites research from Duke and the University of North Carolina that found

    *** contemporary mosques deter the spread of militant Islam through youth programs, anti-violence forums and by scrutinizing teachers. ***

    Jasser said his experience supports that research.

    Protests greeted his parents’ effort to build a small mosque in Wisconsin shortly after the Iran hostage crisis.

    It ultimately was built with the support of Jewish and Catholic leaders, which made the First Amendment guarantee of religious freedom ring true for him.

  37. blessedistruth Says:

    St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church


  38. blessedistruth Says:

    “I did comment that if I were a witch, Rove would be a supporter. I would have turned him into a Newt”, because Gingrich says we win,” tweeted O’Donnell on Monday.

  39. blessedistruth Says:

    Lefties embrace sharia?


    From the lefty blog TPMDC: “The second morning of speeches at the Values Voter Summit here in DC was dominated by a man who is swiftly becoming the nation’s spokesperson for Islamophobia — former House speaker Newt Gingrich.”

    OK. What did he say?

    Via TPMDC, Newt Gingrich: “We should have a federal law that says sharia law cannot be recognized by any court in the United States.”


    That’s some kind of Islamophobia.

    So now the American left is so wigged out that it supports stoning for adultery women who are raped.

    Simply because conservatives oppose it.

  40. blessedistruth Says:

    The Third Choice: Islam, Dhimmitude and Freedom by Dr. Mark Durie

    The Third Choice

    Posted by Mark Tapson on Sep 20th, 2010


    … what it really means to depend upon the benevolence of an Islamic state from the perspective of a dhimmi – a non-Muslim living under Islamic rule.


    If you put a young God-fearing Muslim in a room with an Islamic radical and an Islamic moderate, both trying to win over the young person’s soul, the radical would win again and again.

    It is because the canon – hadiths, sira and Koran – are massively stacked in favor of the radical position.

    Yes, there are violent passages in the Bible too, but it is an uphill battle to build a violent theology based on them.

    With the Koran, building a violent theology is like rolling balls down a hill.

    It is a huge uphill struggle building a “moderate” Islamic theology on the basis of the Islamic canon alone.

    I think some commentators – whose work I respect and admire – speak of “Islamism” because they don’t want to dignify the radical cause by calling it “Islam.”

    Also, if they name the problem as “Islam,” it would seem too overwhelming.

    Nevertheless, I agree with Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Wafa Sultan and other ex-Muslims that the problem of radical Islam is the problem of Islam itself.

    The will to dominate is hard-wired into the core texts of Islam, and this cannot be excised from the heart of these texts without a traumatic assault on the fundamentals of Islam.

    So I don’t like to speak about “Islamism.” To me it feels like a cop-out.

    Often I meet people who want to be informed about Islam but will let their minds grasp the problem only if the solution is clear.

    This is hopeless.

    You must first live with the problem, even for a long time, before solutions will come.

    But I am convinced we will find solutions to the challenge of Islam.

    That is why I wrote The Third Choice – out of conviction that facing the truth will bring liberty.

    (M. Zuhdi Jasser and other Muslims against sharia are “facing the truth.” These are who we should listen to, not politically-correct non-Muslims who lack discernment.)

  41. blessedistruth Says:


    ‘Governator’ asks China to bail out California

    Schwarzenegger begs communist nation to help state avoid bankruptcy

    Posted: September 19, 2010


  42. blessedistruth Says:

    44% — 56%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  43. blessedistruth Says:

    September 20, 2010

    43% Say Government Programs Increase Poverty in America

    Maryland Governor: O’Malley (D) 50%, Ehrlich (R) 47%

    West Virginia Senate: Manchin (D) 50%, Raese (R) 43%

    56% in Illinois Favor Repeal of Health Care Law

    52% of Voters Say Their Views Are More Like Palin’s Than Obama’s

    61% Favor Repeal of Health Care Law

    New York Governor: Cuomo (D) 54%, Paladino (R) 38%

  44. blessedistruth Says:

    New York Governor – Paladino vs. Cuomo Rasmussen Reports Cuomo 54, Paladino 38 Cuomo +16

    Obama and Democrats’ Health Care Plan Rasmussen Reports* For/Favor 33, Against/Oppose 61 Against/Oppose +28

    Arkansas Senate – Boozman vs. Lincoln Talk Business Poll Boozman 56, Lincoln 29 Boozman +27

    Congressional Job Approval Gallup Approve 18, Disapprove 77 Disapprove +59

    Maryland Governor – Ehrlich vs. O’Malley Rasmussen Reports O’Malley 50, Ehrlich 47 O’Malley +3

    Louisiana Senate – Vitter vs. Melancon Magellan Strategies (R) Vitter 52, Melancon 34 Vitter +18

    West Virginia Senate Special Election – Raese vs. Manchin Rasmussen Reports Manchin 50, Raese 43 Manchin +7

    Utah Senate – Lee vs. Granato Deseret News Lee 52, Granato 25 Lee +27

    Real Clear Politics

  45. blessedistruth Says:

    Battle for the House

    193 Democrats
    Toss Ups 37
    Republicans 205

    218 Seats Needed For Majority

    GOP needs 13 of 37 toss ups

  46. blessedistruth Says:

    “The Basest of Politics,” The March of the Independents, and a Fundraiser in Phoenix

    Posted by: Hugh Hewitt at 8:46 AM

    My Washington Examiner column this morning wonders whether a key part the Democratic base –the Obamians who want their guy re-elected in 2012– might pull the lever for Rs this November?


    The independents have certainly deserted the Democrats, as Doug Schoen and Heather Higgins demonstrate in this morning’s Wall Street Journal, so why not the left that recalls the glorious comeback of Bill Clinton in 1995 and 1996?


    I am off to Phoenix to appear at a joint fundraiser tonight for three GOP challengers for House seats. Ticket details are here. Please come support Paul Gosar, Jesse Kelly and David Schweikert at 5:30 PM.


    And thanks to Instapundit for the pointer to my list of the top 20 campaigns that can use your financial help right now.


  47. blessedistruth Says:

    Will Obamanomics slow the economy?


    These two charts (click link to see charts) pretty well sum up one version of the economic impact of the White House tax plan

    — such as raising high-end tax rates —

    at least according to a computer model run by the conservative Heritage Foundation.

    You can disagree with the modelling, I suppose. But I am not sure any model would show higher taxes boosting the economy right now.

  48. blessedistruth Says:

    Obama on CNBC


    2. He seems to think the Tea Party crowd is a “Party of No” manifestation with no real agenda other than to complain about his policies.

    But that is not how I read them at all.

    For instance, many activists are big fans of

    the Fair Tax and


    Paul Ryan’s budget-cutting Roadmap for America’s Future.



    a “Party of No” manifestation with no real agenda

    Same thing Colin Powell said.


  49. blessedistruth Says:

    Glenn Beck: Peaceful Revolutions


    From “Glenn Beck,” September 17, 2010.

  50. blessedistruth Says:

  51. blessedistruth Says:

  52. blessedistruth Says:

  53. blessedistruth Says:

    RAMOS: I remember having an interview with him [Arpaio] and he told me that some people call him racist. Are you concerned that some people might think the same thing of you?

    BREWER: Not only am I concerned, it’s really disappointing to me. I’ve lived in the southwest my whole life. I’ve got many friends, of many cultures and certainly a great deal of them are Hispanics, and I love them from the bottom of my heart. I love everybody Jorge, from the bottom of my heart.

    RAMOS: Do you feel rejected by the Hispanic community?

    BREWER: I feel that I’m somewhat hurt that they would think that I would be a racist, you know. And I was… and a bigot and that I would stand by and allow any kind of racial profiling or anything like that to take place.



  54. blessedistruth Says:

    Senator Barrasso on the Fox Business Channel 9-13-10

  55. blessedistruth Says:


    Senator Barrasso Gives His “Second Opinion” 9-14-10

  56. blessedistruth Says:

    I guess Colin Powell never heard of Rep Paul Ryan.

    Congressman Paul Ryan sits down with Charlie Rose on September 13, 2010.

    Who are we, what do we stand for, and what is America going to be in the 21st century? It’s not as if we have to go reinvent this country.

    We have to more or less reclaim it. The ideas that built America are what made us so exceptional in the first place.

    What are those basic ideas?

    Your rights come from God and nature, not from government; government’s job is to protect your rights, promoting

    liberty, freedom, equality, free enterprise, self-determination, government by consent of the governed.

    The Roadmap gives you universal access to affordable health insurance for every American.

    It makes sure every senior is above the poverty line regardless, period.

    And it makes Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security permanently solvent.

    What I’m saying is — for future generations — we can’t have these entitlements designed like they are right now.

    I would say to wealthy people, younger wealthy people now 54 and below, we are not to the going to subsidize you as much as everybody else.

    We are going to target our resources to those who need it most: the poor and the sick.

    And the middle class will have a system where the money flows through them, not the government, so that

    they have choice and competition and options to organize their retirement and health benefits as they see fit

    built on top of a social safety net system that is guaranteed so nobody slips through the cracks in society.

    If you do a system like that, you can then have your debt paid off, your level of government down, to where it’s historically been

    so that our tax rates and taxes can be competitive in the global economy.

    I’m 40 years old, my wife and I live in Janesville, Wisconsin, and we have three kids — five, seven, and eight years old.

    We have taken 20 cents out of every dollar made in America for the last 40 years to pay for the Federal government.

    When my kids are my age living in Janesville, Wisconsin, we will have to take 40 cents out of every single dollar made in America just to pay for this government at that time.

    We’re increasing our retirement population by about 100 percent, but only increasing our taxpayer population by about 17 percent.

    They are telling us — all the fiscal authorities — that we are giving the next generation crushing tax rates and a burden of debt cannot be sustained.

    So let’s go back and fix this retirement safety net.

    Let’s fix this health care system. Let’s do it in a way it doesn’t bankrupt our country, but actually pays off the debt in our country.

  57. blessedistruth Says:

    Please watch this video TO THE END!

    Senator Gregg tells Larry Kudlow that Obama and Dems are intentionally spending us into oblivion so we’ll have no choice but to institute a value-added tax (VAT).

  58. blessedistruth Says:

    Tea Party Victory Opens Rift Between Moderate and Conservative Republicans


    Senator Judd Gregg, Republican of New Hampshire, who is retiring after this year, said that he, too, believed the primary voters were driven largely by frustration over federal spending and the economy.

    Mr. Gregg said that Republicans should focus on fiscal responsibility, which unites their party.

    “If we go on some tangent that has nothing to do with spending and debt,” he said, “that will be overplaying our hand.”

  59. blessedistruth Says:

    Here is a rainbow for your hair
    Here is another sign of the times
    We live, we die, we laugh we cry
    We know not why
    Lipstick ‘n leather, wear ‘n tear
    Of another sign of the times
    We’re chained and bound, hard lines, crack down
    On stony ground
    Here is a taste of here and now
    Red is the bloody sign of the times
    The bride stripped bare of all despair
    We’re cut but we don’t care
    Here is a rainbow for your hair
    Here is a sign of the times
    Light up in anger, I’ll be there
    Fight for a sign of the times
    We live, we die, we laugh and we cry
    We know not why
    Bent on a life between the lines
    End on a sign of the times

  60. blessedistruth Says:

    Republican State Senator John Brueggeman of Polson

    Montana GOP Senator proposes to strike anti-homosexual law

    Posted: Sep 20, 2010


    Brueggeman, a Republican, says this isn’t a partisan issue, noting, “It’s about standing up for individual liberties.”

    He says even though the law hasn’t been enforced in Montana, and it was ruled as unconstitutional, he still wants to remove the language.

    “It’s an embarrassing reminder of an old time where people’s thoughts were different,” Brueggeman says.

    He says the mere presence of a statement which outlaws homosexuality is incredibly offensive.

    “Is it politically a little touchy? Yeah, but that is not why we get elected. We get elected to do the right thing,” Brueggeman adds.

    The Montana Republican Party has been contacted for a comment; we will update you when we hear back from party officials.

    The Montana Democrats issued this statement in response to Senator Brueggeman’s announcement,

    “Montana Democrats are happy to see Brueggeman stand up and do the right thing. There’s no place in Montana for discrimination of any kind.

    Hopefully, his Republican peers will also see the light and help move Montana forward by joining us in preserving individual freedoms for every citizen.”

  61. blessedistruth Says:


  62. blessedistruth Says:

    I guess Senator John would not be welcome at “Free” Republic, either.

  63. blessedistruth Says:

  64. blessedistruth Says:

    The new Culture War: Economic concerns trump defense, abortion, and gay marriage


    Even gay marriage has become a divisive topic within the conservative movement.

    While much of the conservative base remains staunchly opposed to gay marriage, many conservative pundits and politicians have begun to voice their support of marriage equality.

    Glenn Beck, arguably the most influential conservative talking head in today’s Tea Party movement, has voiced his support of gay marriage.

    Ann Coulter was recently vilified by right-wingers for her appearance at Homocon, the gay conservative convention.

    And long-time conservative activist and anti-tax crusader, Grover Norquist, was similarly rebuked for becoming a member of the board of GOProud, a Republican organization devoted to cultivating the inclusion of gays in the Republican Party.

    Several conservative organizations even threatened to boycott the Conservative Political Action Committee for its inclusion of GOProud.

    Nevertheless, the convention went off without a hitch despite blustering to the contrary.

    (Whether or not you’re in favor of gay marriage is one issue. Being in favor of Montana GOP platform plank which considers all homosexual “acts” criminal is an entirely separate matter.)

  65. blessedistruth Says:

    Freeper thread on Montana GOP Platform

    Warning! You will be offended by many if not most replies here.

    Many if not most here favor the criminalization of homosexual “acts.”

    Very disheartening.


  66. blessedistruth Says:

    Hugh Hewitt 3 — 6 PM Pacific


  67. blessedistruth Says:

    Gays in Montana

    Polson Lawmaker Wants to Remove Obsolete Anti-Gay Law


    HELENA – A Republican lawmaker says it is time to remove from the books an obsolete Montana law declaring homosexual acts illegal.

    State Sen. John Brueggeman says he is requesting a draft of a bill to strike down the law.

    The bill would be considered by the 2011 Legislature, which convenes in January.

    Brueggeman’s statement Monday comes after an Associated Press report detailed how the Montana GOP’s official platform still supports the law even after the state Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional in 1997.

    The Legislature never officially repealed the law, even though it is no longer enforceable.

    The Polson Republican has criticized the GOP platform statement.

    He now says Montana shouldn’t have such a discriminatory law, even if it can’t be enforced.

    “Montana shouldn’t have such a discriminatory law”

    And Montana GOP shouldn’t have such a discriminatory platform.

    I know I shouldn’t let such a loud minority of homophobes like the ones at FreeRepublic.com get to me.

    I had no idea that mindset was so prevalent there.

    A few brave Freepers did try to push back. Apparently the admins are also homophobes.

    Had I known that, I never would have posted there.

    Most Americans may not favor gay marriage, but most Americans also find abhorrent the idea that gay sex is criminal.

    Well, better I know who I’m dealing with and what motivates them.

  68. blessedistruth Says:

    Steele: short-sighted on same-sex civil unions

    Posted by GayPatriotWest at 4:51 pm – February 28, 2009.


    In the 2000 Vice Presidential debate, the Wyoming Republican offered a good compromise, saying that he believes this is a matter for the various states, not the federal government:


    To those who suggest Steele is determined to make opposing same-sex civil unions some kind of litmus test, I would remind them that he did not volunteer his opposition to state recognition of such relationships.

    It came up in an interview.

    That said, for the sake of the party, he would do well to change his tune the next time he is asked such a question and respond as did Dick Cheney in 2000.

    This may not be the answer some of us would like to hear, but at least it shows some recognition of the nation’s changing attitudes toward homosexuality and an understanding of the Republicans’ demographic challenge.

    (The least Steele could do at this point is express the hope that state GOP platforms be revised. Especially planks suggesting sodomy should be recriminalized.)

  69. blessedistruth Says:

    Delaware Senate – O’Donnell vs. Coons

    FOX News/POR-Rasmussen 9/18 – 9/18 1000 LV 54 39 Coons +15

    Rasmussen Reports 9/15 – 9/15 500 LV 53 42 Coons +11

    The bad news for O’Donnell and Republicans is that Coons is polling at 53 or 54.

    If Coons slides to 50 or below, then O’Donnell has a chance.

  70. blessedistruth Says:

    Former Chairman of the Republican Party, Former White House Counselor, founder of Resurgent Republic and Chairman of the Republican State Leadership Committee


    RT @resurgentrep: Good mention of RR data / RT @reasonmag Tim Cavanaugh on public employees vs. the public will http://ow.ly/2HoFE
    about 2 hours ago via HootSuite .

    Winning state houses this Nov is the gift that keeps on giving. Hear what else I said on @nprpolitics: http://ow.ly/2HtUO #redmap #rslc
    about 2 hours ago via HootSuite

  71. blessedistruth Says:

    Ed Gillespie

    House Republicans to release blueprint on how they’ll run government if they gain control of Congress after midterms

  72. blessedistruth Says:

    I saw this live this morning. It’s really worth your time.

  73. blessedistruth Says:

    Public Sector Net Debt –

    Total Amount government (central, local and corporations) have borrowed from Private sector – liquid assets.

    Often referred to as National debt

    (e.g. in 2009, Public sector net debt was £697bn or 47.5% of GDP)



    Public sector net debt was GBP 934.9 billion at the end of August, which was equivalent to 64% of GDP.


    This is for the UK. I wonder what this same statistic is for US.

  74. blessedistruth Says:

    United States public debt

    As of July 28, 2010, the “Total Public Debt Outstanding” was approximately 93% of annual GDP, ($13.258 Trillion)

    with the constituent parts of the debt being

    “Debt held by the Public” being approximately 60% of GDP ($8.63 Trillion) and

    “Intergovernmental Debt” standing at 32% of GDP.


    Comparing apples with apples?

    United States

    As of July 28, 2010

    “Debt held by the Public” being approximately 60% of GDP

    United Kingdom

    at the end of August, 2010

    64% of GDP


    I don’t know where the US stood at end of August.

  75. blessedistruth Says:

    The Debt to the Penny and Who Holds It


    A Current

    B Debt Held by the Public

    C Intragovernmental Holdings

    D Total Public Debt Outstanding

    A 09/17/2010

    B 8,970,272,131,896.87

    C 4,497,473,138,485.90

    D 13,467,745,270,382.77

  76. blessedistruth Says:

    US Government Spending As Percent Of GDP

    2001 10286.2 33.38 a
    2002 10642.3 34.75 a
    2003 11142.1 35.28 a
    2004 11867.8 34.78 a

    2005 12638.4 34.79 a
    2006 13398.9 35.06 a
    2007 14077.6 34.98 a
    2008 14441.4 36.94 a

    2009 14258.2 42.32 g
    2010 14623.9 43.85 g
    2011 15299 43.88 g
    2012 16203.3 42.17 g

    2013 17182.2 41.93 g
    2014 18192.6 42.20 g
    2015 19190.4 42.43 g


    a – actual reported
    g – ‘guesstimated’ projection by usgovernmentspending.com

  77. blessedistruth Says:

    Senator Judd Gregg

    I heard him say we have a spending problem, not a revenue problem.

    Revenues are up, so we’re already taxed enough.

    But spending as percent of gdp is way up and going way higher than it is today.

    The statistics I heard him cite do not correspond with the numbers above, so I’ll keep looking.

  78. blessedistruth Says:

    If you watch video here, I believe he cites those statistics.


  79. blessedistruth Says:

    Here is Gregg being interviewed at an earlier date.

    July 22, 2010


    “I don’t know what the proper variation is, but I do know this:

    If you look at the numbers,

    *** in the last two years ***

    federal spending — spending — has gone from 20 percent of GDP up to 25 percent of GDP and is heading towards 28 percent of GDP.

    Revenues, on the other hand, are projected

    — they’ve historically been about 18.2 percent of GDP —

    they’re projected to hit about 20 percent of GDP within two years.

    So this is really a spending problem that we have.”


    This is something your average American can understand.

    And every Repub candidate should be repeating this every chance they get!

    Revenues are higher than they’ve been historically!

    It isn’t that We the People are taxed too little.

    The People’s representatives are spending too much!

    I know we’ve been hearing this, but show us the numbers.

    We could use the visual aid.

  80. rosettasister Says:

    Montana GOP Willing To Abandon Commitment ‘To Keep Homosexual Acts Illegal’?

    Montana’s Republican State Sen. John Brueggeman will next year introduce a bill to strike down the state’s existing law declaring gay sex illegal


    — which the state GOP currently supports —

    despite a Supreme Court ruling that says, uh, no they’re not.

  81. blessedistruth Says:

    Why The Montana GOP Still Calls For Sexually Active Gays To Be Imprisoned

    The reason the Montana Republican Party still states in its official platform, under the “Crime” section, that members “support the clear will of the people of Montana expressed by legislation to keep homosexual acts illegal”?

    Because it’s a holdover from 1997, when the Montana Supreme Court struck down anti-sodomy laws and the GOP reacted quickly to register its displeasure, and then found itself annually re-committing to excluding gay voters.

    Removing the language has never come up for discussion, says Montana GOP executive director Bowen Greenwood,


    who ran for a seat in the State House and lost.


    So it’s remained as is.

  82. blessedistruth Says:

    Dennis McDonald of Melville is the Democratic nominee for the U.S. House seat held by Denny Rehberg.


    I doubt the Montana GOP platform is an issue this year, but Rehberg should be prepared with a reasonable answer, just in case.

  83. blessedistruth Says:

    Myths and Truths About the “Ground Zero Mosque”


    Rauf et al repeatedly claim that opposition to Cordoba/Park51 violates their religious rights. Nonsense.

    As I and others have repeatedly pointed out, the vast majority of those opposed to the project support his right to build his egocentric monstrosity on general terms;

    it is the geography we object to – though as he remains intractable and defiant, we also object increasingly to the imam.

    Indeed, if the issue were “religion,” the many truly moderate Muslims

    – Muslim activists for democracy like Zuhdi Jasser –

    would not oppose it.

    And so you have to wonder: if moderate Muslims oppose the project (and Rauf himself), is he really at one with moderate Islam?

  84. blessedistruth Says:

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    44% — 55%

    44 for two days in a row.

  85. blessedistruth Says:

    September 21, 2010

    Married Americans Agree How to Spend Nest Egg Even Though They’re Unsure How Much They’ll Have

    55% Say Most in Congress Reelected Because the Rules Are Rigged

    Michigan Governor: Snyder (R) 51%, Bernero (D) 38%

    Most Voters See College, Military As Ways for Children of Illegals To Become U.S. Citizens

    New York Senate: Gillibrand (D) 49%, DioGuardi (R) 39%

    Alaska Senate: Miller (R) Holds Double-Digit Lead Over McAdams (D), Murkowski

  86. blessedistruth Says:

    California Senate – Boxer vs. Fiorina FOX News/POR-Rasmussen Boxer 47, Fiorina 46 Boxer +1

    Alaska Senate – Miller vs. McAdams vs. Murkowski Rasmussen Reports Miller 42, Murkowski 27, McAdams 25 Miller +15

    California Governor – Whitman vs. Brown FOX News/POR-Rasmussen Whitman 45, Brown 45 Tie

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid FOX News/POR-Rasmussen Reid 45, Angle 46 Angle +1

    President Obama Job Approval Reuters/Ipsos Approve 47, Disapprove 50 Disapprove +3

    Direction of Country Reuters/Ipsos Right Direction 42, Wrong Track 50 Wrong Track +8

    Delaware Senate – O’Donnell vs. Coons FOX News/POR-Rasmussen Coons 54, O’Donnell 39 Coons +15

    Pennsylvania Governor – Corbett vs. Onorato FOX News/POR-Rasmussen Corbett 49, Onorato 39 Corbett +10

    Pennsylvania Senate – Sestak vs. Toomey FOX News/POR-Rasmussen Toomey 48, Sestak 40 Toomey +8

    New York Senate Special Election – DioGuardi vs. Gillibrand Rasmussen Reports Gillibrand 49, DioGuardi 39 Gillibrand +10

    Ohio Governor – Kasich vs. Strickland FOX News/POR-Rasmussen Kasich 47, Strickland 41 Kasich +6

    Ohio Senate – Portman vs. Fisher FOX News/POR-Rasmussen Portman 49, Fisher 36 Portman +13

    Michigan Governor – Snyder vs. Bernero Rasmussen Reports Snyder 51, Bernero 38 Snyder +13

    Generic Congressional Vote Reuters/Ipsos Republicans 45, Democrats 46 Democrats +1

    Real Clear Politics

  87. blessedistruth Says:

    Battle for the Senate

    48 Democrats*
    Toss Ups 7
    Republicans 45

    CA: Boxer (D)
    CO: Bennet (D)
    IL: Open (D)

    NV: Reid (D)

    WA: Murray (D)
    WV: Open (D)
    WI: Feingold (D)

    Seven toss ups now!

  88. blessedistruth Says:

    Battle for the House

    193 Democrats
    Toss Ups 37
    Republicans 205

    GOP needs 13 of 37 toss ups.

  89. blessedistruth Says:

    Ayers magazine slams authors as ‘bottom-feeder’

    Book exposes Obama’s ties to ‘communists, socialists, anti-American extremists’


    Posted: September 20, 2010


  90. blessedistruth Says:


    Obama feeding Lebanon to foe Iran?
    Pro-Western forces quickly changing allegiances

    Posted: September 21, 2010
    1:00 am Eastern

    By Aaron Klein


    The Obama administration has quietly asked the United Nations team probing the assassination of Lebanon’s former prime minister to put its inquiry on hold so it doesn’t disrupt the start of possible Israeli-Syrian negotiations, according to senior Egyptian security sources.

    That probe was reportedly set to indict members of the Iranian and Syrian-backed Hezbollah organization for the murder of the former Lebanese prime minister, Rafiq Hariri.

  91. blessedistruth Says:

    The 49th State and the 51st Vote: Joe Miller On Today’s Program


    But once you lose a primary, the next step is to thank the voters for the trust they reposed in you for a time and then to walk away with a pledge of support to the Republican who bested you.

    Putting personal ambition ahead of the country’s need is unfathomable, no matter how deep the hurt or stinging the rebuke.

    Now a lot of scarce resources have to pour into Alaska to defend a seat that should be a walk in the park for the GOP this year.

    All because of the selfishness of one politician. It is unbelievable, and a blight on an otherwise distinguished career.

    Unless she quickly reverses course and drops her doomed write-in campaign, Lisa Murkowski will be known as a sore loser, not a fine senator who served well.

    In the meantime, raising support for Joe Miller is a key goal for the conservative movement nationwide.

    Miller will join me on today’s show, and you can contribute online here.


    Please dig deep not just for Joe and the GOP Senate majority, but for the idea that elected officials ought to listen to voters, not treat them with contempt.

  92. blessedistruth Says:

    James Pethokoukis and I on the same page, again.

    Great minds think alike?!

    Once again, the problem is spending not revenue


    Check out this chart here!

    And Judd Gregg says Revenues going up to 20.0 % of GDP.

    Well, I asked for a visual aid and I got one!

  93. blessedistruth Says:


    If Ds pass only middle-class tax cuts and unemployment stays high next year, won’t the Obama tax hikes on the rich get some of the blame
    about 1 hour ago via web .

    DanFosterNRO Am I a misogynist for my nostalgia for a simpler era when Lord Gaga would never stand for his wife’s scandalous politicking?
    about 2 hours ago via web
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 6 others .

    @ObsoleteDogma argument for status quo, yes?
    about 2 hours ago via web in reply to ObsoleteDogma

    KevinMaddenDC PPP poll of WI Sen race: Johnson(R) 52 Feingold(D) 41 – “The malaise with Dem voters in the state is unmistakable.” (cc @DavidCornDC)
    about 3 hours ago via TweetDeck
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 5 others .

    @ObsoleteDogma Who do you think you would get at Treasury that you would like better? Krugman?
    about 3 hours ago via web in reply to ObsoleteDogma

    BTW, I still don’t think Geithner is leaving. Politics would be horrible. Plus. I dont think there is going to be a Center Pivot by POTUS
    about 3 hours ago via web .

    Another fun fact about hedgie who confronted Obama: Big $ give to Ds and O in 2008; bu this year only Rs — including Romney
    about 3 hours ago via web

  94. blessedistruth Says:


    Chris Matthews abducted by aliens?


  95. blessedistruth Says:

  96. blessedistruth Says:

    Immigration reform heats up again as elections and trials approach

    Immigration reform lawsuit costs will be paid by private citizens, who have already raised $3.6 million to support the Arizona laws in court.


    How does a state afford huge legal bills when its budget problems are so big that it had to sell and then buy back its Capitol building?

    Brewer’s answer was to establish an independent fund to support the law’s legal defense as the case moves to trial, having included a provision within the law allowing for independent counsel to be used instead of the state attorney general.

    That way, taxpayer money won’t be used to defend the law.

    As of July 30, some 35,660 donors, most of them private citizens, had contributed nearly $1.7 million to the Border Security and Immigration Legal Defense Fund through the fund’s website and mail-in contributions, according to Brewer’s office.

    In the following five weeks, that more than doubled.

    By September 9th, 42,184 donors had contributed over $3.6 million, mostly through mail-in donations.

    If the full law is eventually instituted, the legal costs could be substantial.

    Then they probably would be passed onto Arizona’s taxpayers, since the state would likely have to allocate additional resources towards prosecuting the new law’s violators.

    The increased costs could mean cuts elsewhere.

    Other states are watching.

  97. blessedistruth Says:

    Lost, But Not Forgotten











  98. blessedistruth Says:

    You can click “play” or click on green arrow.

    If you get message asking to “allow” or “deny” just click “deny”


  99. blessedistruth Says:

    My playlists:


    This music is nice:


  100. blessedistruth Says:

    Oops! I meant this one.


  101. blessedistruth Says:

    Dan Fogelberg

    As the Raven Flies


    Mountains to the Sea


  102. blessedistruth Says:

  103. blessedistruth Says:

    Some of these may be duplicates. Sorry.












  104. blessedistruth Says:

  105. blessedistruth Says:

    Nikos Oikonomopoulos (grekiska: Νικος Οικονομοπουλος), ibland Ikonomopoulos, född 1984, är en grekisk modern laika-sångare från Patra (Πάτρα).





  106. blessedistruth Says:


    Shut down! Question about back taxes

    Press secretary bypasses second-most senior reporter on beat


    Posted: September 22, 2010


    Les Kinsolving, WND’s correspondent at the White House, and the second-most senior reporter on the White House beat, had planned to ask about taxes and investigations.

    He was prepared to ask, “The Los Angeles Times reported at the end of 2009, 41 Obama White House aides owed $831,000 in back taxes. What is the White House reaction to this Times report?”

    He also was prepared to ask, “The Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division is being investigated by the department’s Office of Inspector General in a review of the enforcement of civil rights laws. Will the president object if this investigation includes the voter intimidation case involving members of the New Black Panther Party?”

    Neither issue was raised by any other question asked during the briefing.

  107. blessedistruth Says:


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  113. blessedistruth Says:

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