Name: Who Me?
Hometown: Alta California
Home country: US
Member since: Wed Apr 14, 2004, 08:58 PM
Number of posts: 4,828
Hometown: Alta California
Home country: US
Member since: Wed Apr 14, 2004, 08:58 PM
Number of posts: 4,828
Just a Netizen who did twenty in the service of the Army err Empire.
To all the people that voted to hide my post about Oxycotin Rush. You really read to much in it I was not attacking gay people just the closeted gays that think it is ok to bash gays when in reality they themselves are just hypocrites! Look at toe tapping Larry Craig former Senator from Ohio. Ted Haggard the anti Gay preacher that was you guessed it Gay. And Rush Lamebrain well there are lots of stories on the internet that he is married as a front to hide the fact he is really a closeted gay person. If you think that I was bashing gays for those facts well you are really misinformed I'm a straight male and what I do is my business and what you do is your business not mine. I'm not a hypocrite either I voted against Prop 8 in California a few years ago. I was not bashing the Gay life style just the Hypocrites who live it yet hide it and bash others who are out in the open.
This is what I'm talking about
From the days of the Cold War, when reigning mischief-maker Roy Cohn was bedding boys and denouncing gays as “sissies,” through the hidden homosexual history that leads from Marvin Liebman, co-founder of the National Review to Arthur Finkelstein, the ad man behind the ‘80s conservative revival, to the defection of former “hit man” David Brock, to Ken Mehlman, the Bush-era party chairman who didn’t dare (until recently) to speak of his own true nature, and even Karl Rove, who ran gay-baiting campaigns despite his own father’s orientation, Republicans have repeatedly watched their own intellectual and political leaders embarrassed by what emerges from that capacious closet.
In Fabrizio’s case, he was pushed out by GOProud, an organization of right-leaning gays, when its leader, Jimmy DeSalvia, complained on a message board about the latest Perry ad, which says there’s “something wrong” in America when gays can serve “openly” in the military but children cannot pray in public schools.
“I’ve just about had it with faggots who line their pockets with checks from anti-gay homophobes while throwing the rest of us under the bus,” wrote DeSalvia on a public message board, specifying as follows: “I’m talking about Rick Perry’s pollster/strategist.” Although DeSalvia was quickly denounced for “outing” by his own board of directors, the damage had been done. A longtime friend of Fabrizio, speaking on background to The National Memo, said he was unaware of the consultant’s alleged proclivities: “Tony has been a friend of mine for 30-plus years. I know he worked for the pro-marriage equality side in Florida when a constitutional amendment was on the ballot,” said the friend. “I find it surprising, but as a libertarian, I don’t care what he does in his free time.”
From Daily KOS
Tue Apr 20, 2010 at 06:22 AM PDT
Limbaugh defends a pedophile. Reminds us of his own proclivities.
We all know that a great number of Über Conservatives maintain sexual impulses that range from the merely unusual, to the howlingly weird, and tragic & creepy. Why should Limbaugh be any different? Well? I mean just being a blowhard can't be the only reason he's gone through 3 wives, can it?
While all of this may be circumstantial, it certainly makes Limbaugh's actions consistent with American/conservative sex tourists (see end of the article), even those who exploit children. What caused me to write this Diary, though, was Limbaugh's remarks yesterday, April 19, wherein he blamed the Oklahoma City bombing on, and railed against, Bill Clinton and Janet Reno for the raid on the Branch Dividian compound in 1993 without ever mentioning that it's freak leader, David Koresh, was, according to multiple accounts, a proud, unabashed child molester/rapist.
So, then, Limbaugh's a hard core, holier-than-thou conservative, just like the politicians and preachers who have practiced all sorts of wrongful and/or otherwise sordid sex acts. He travels to the Dominican Republic -- without question a sex tourist destination -- with Viagra. He's an apologist for child molester and cult leader David Koresh. Does this mean Limbaugh sexually exploits anyone, especially children? No. Is it consistent with a deviant who does? It seems that way to me. I don't know for sure, though. Wish Limbaugh would stop avoiding the subject, though.
If you think this rant is homophobic get real!
Posted by sce56 | Mon Mar 5, 2012, 12:09 AM (1 replies)
You feel nothing?related post http://politicalthinker.tumblr.com/post/18686967290/guerrilla-network-the-evacuation-of-belo-monte-has
I understand, you do not know what is Belo Monte. What this country is Brazil, with a hypocritical society unable to put a stop to this policy rotten. (Illustrative photo was at the end of the text, but not knowing how to read people believe it now, because they could not read it in the end.) LETS STOP THE INSANITY IN OUR BEAUTIFUL BLUE GLOBE PLEASEEE!!! Unfortunate examples such as the construction of the hydroelectric plants of Tucuruí (PA) and Balbina (AM), the last built in the Amazon in the 1970s and 1980s, there is evidence. Displaced communities and flooded huge tracts of land and destroyed the fauna and flora of these regions. Balbina, the 146 km from Manaus, meant the flooding of the Indian reservation Atroari, fish kills, food shortages and hunger for local people. In contrast, it was the supply of electricity from the local population was not met. The disaster was such that in 1989, the National Institute for Amazonian Research (INPA), after analyzing the situation Uatumã River where the dam was built, completed by his biological death. In Tucuruí was not much different. Nearly ten thousand families were left without their lands, indigenous and riverine. Given this situation, in relation to the Belo Monte, one must wonder how anti-democratic as the project was being conducted, the cost-effectiveness of the work, the fate of energy to be produced and the lack of an energy policy for the country favors alternative energy.
To tell the truth the photo looks to staged to me almost like out of a movie. I saw this on Facebook at this page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aboriginal-and-Tribal-Nation-News/327603401367
Anyone have a better source for this action?
Posted by sce56 | Sun Mar 4, 2012, 02:10 PM (0 replies)
by Lalo Alcaraz on February 25, 2012 in El Now, Pocho Ocho
We already know mummy-like AZ Gov. Jan Brewer gets absolutely unraveled whenever she’s near Pres. Barack Obama. But why exactly did she decline to attend tomorrow’s Governor’s Dinner at the White House?
Here are the Pocho Ocho reasons Brewer did not accept the President’s invitation:
8- They could not guarantee her a seat next to the open bar
7- She’s going to be busy looking for heads in the desert
6- Sunday night is when she soaks her skin in formaldehyde
5- Her coffin closes at sunset
4- That same evening she has an AA meeting to miss
3- She’s got a crypt to keep
2- Assasination threat from Mexican busboys
And the numero uno reason Jan Brewer did not accept President Obama’s invitation to the Governor’s Dinner at the White House is…
She can’t attend for medical reasons. Black people make her sick
Posted by sce56 | Sun Feb 26, 2012, 07:51 PM (4 replies)
$15 TRILLION is equivalent to the the federal debt of the U.S. Treasury Department. Lord James of Blackheath has spoken in the House of Lords holding evidence of three transactions of 5 Trillion each and a transaction of 750,000 metric tonnes of gold and has called for an investigation.
I think there are three possible conclusions that may come from it. I think there may have been a massive piece of money laundering committed by a major government which ought to know better and that it has effectively undermined the integrity of the British bank the Royal Bank of Scotland, in doing so. The second alternative is that a major American department has an agency that has gone rogue on it because it has been wound up and has created a structure out of which they are seeking to get at least 50 billion Euros as a payoff. And the third possibility is that this is an extraordinarily elaborate fraud which has not been carried out but which has been prepared in order to provide a threat to one government or more if they don't pay them off. So there are three possibilities and this all needs a very urgent review.
My Lords, it starts in April and May of 2009, with the alleged transfer to the United Kingdom, to HSBC of a sum of 5 trillion dollars and seven days later, in comes another 5 trillion dollars to HSBC, and then 3 weeks later another 5 trillion. 5 trillion in each case. Sorry. A total of 15 trillion dollars is alleged to have been passed into the hands of HSBC for onward transit to the Royal Bank of Scotland and we need to look at where this came from and what the history of this money is. And I have been trying to sort out the sequence by which this money has been created and from where it has come from for a long time.
Hey is this about the Fed?
Posted by sce56 | Thu Feb 23, 2012, 09:09 PM (5 replies)
Not sure if this will show with out you being logged on to Facebook.
I come from a working class family from Massachusetts. Many of my family members served in the Armed Forces. My father is a Vietnam Veteran who moved to Oregon several years ago for cost of living reasons. He and my mother still had a hefty mortgage in Massachusetts after being bankrupted due to hospital bills incurred when my mother almost died years ago. My father, finally this year (after 45 ye...ars), is collecting PARTIAL disability for the PTSD he so clearly suffered from as well as agent-orange exposure as a marine infantryman.
I worked my way through college to become an RN. I have worked for years taking care of other people. I work full-time, often 12 hour days, and am barely getting by supporting my family in my small rental apartment. I would love to own a home someday. And yes, I tried that once with my well paid engineer ex-husband. We were forced to short sale when we divorced because of the "housing bubble" we were trapped in. Now, my once perfect credit is screwed.
I watch MY retirement money dwindle down to nothing. The only real savings I have because I was raised to believe that was the smart thing to do. I cannot access it because of penalties and service fees. Money I worked hard for.
I have health and dental insurance as a full time working nurse. But, when my tooth abscessed last year the dental work exceeded my benefits. Now, I still pay credit care every month for the work. In the same month, my 33 year old unemployed, part-time student friend severed his finger. He paid nothing (zero dollars) for the surgery that was required from OHP.
The system is screwed. I, too, am sick of politicians loyal to Wall Street. I, too, am sick of over-paying for food that doesn't nourish. And, insurance that doesn't insure.
I am part of the 99%.
I am a United States Marine! 9 years ago I pledged to defend America. While in Iraq 2 different times & Afghanistan once, I watched many cases of War Profiteering and watched the jobs of armed service members be stolen from them by lazy, overpaid cowards; not to mention billions of $$ in unused products products, that hard-working taxpayers paid for, get burned in original packaging. I wonder if this money was put elsewhere, would we be in so much debt as a nation or individuals. In a few months I will be jobless and more in debt myself. Can America help me help myself? I am the 99% occuppywallstreet.org
I come from a military family. I am the first American born to my family. My Canadian brother died flying choppers in Vietnam. I am a 53 year old Marine veteran. At least I thought so, until I was informed by some that because I served during a time supposed ‘peace’ and didn’t earn a combat ribbon (’77 – ’80), I’m ONLY prior service. So the few patriotic employers out there who put vets first, don...’t count me in that list.
Started going downhill in 2008, but in 2010, we lost our home in a foreclosure by PHH Mortgage.
My credit is for sh*#.
Nowadays, your credit report is run when you apply for a job. Bad credit = no job. Of course my credit is bad. I need a damn job!
Nowadays, your credit report is run when you try to rent a home. Not to mention the monstrous applications fees with no guarantee of placement.
Bad credit = no home.
Guess where that leaves us?
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I hope you can see these if not let me know I will fix them when I'm back at my computer.
Posted by sce56 | Sun Feb 19, 2012, 05:17 AM (5 replies)
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Posted by sce56 | Sun Feb 19, 2012, 02:38 AM (3 replies)
I can't believe this has not already been posted here but who watches Fox Noise here anyway right!
(From the comments section of the uploader)
US DECLARES WAR ON IRAN HOLD ON TIGHT !
Here we go, not good everyone hope you got those goodbye cards filled out, GIVE YOUR HEART TO JESUS BEFORE ITS TO LATE THE ARK IS STILL OPEN, GET IN BEFORE HE CLOSES THE DOOR !
This comes after US agreed to back a UN resolution to back the UN in military use of force against IRAN !
Posted by sce56 | Sat Feb 18, 2012, 11:32 PM (11 replies)
Album is only pre-order now release Mar 6th
Read more here [link:http://www.democraticunderground.com/101614832|
Posted by sce56 | Fri Feb 17, 2012, 07:07 PM (2 replies)
The Boss explains why there is a critical, questioning and angry patriotism at the heart of his new album Wrecking Ball
At a Paris press conference on Thursday night, Bruce Springsteen was asked whether he was advocating an armed uprising in America. He laughed at the idea, but that the question was even posed at all gives you some idea of the fury of his new album Wrecking Ball. Indeed, it is as angry a cry from the belly of a wounded America as has been heard since the dustbowl and Woody Guthrie, a thundering blow of New Jersey pig iron down on the heads of Wall Street and all who have sold his country down the swanny. Springsteen has gone to the great American canon for ammunition, borrowing from folk, civil war anthems, Irish rebel songs and gospel. The result is a howl of pain and disbelief as visceral as anything he has ever produced, that segues into a search for redemption: "Hold tight to your anger/ And don't fall to your fears … Bring on your wrecking ball."
"I have spent my life judging the distance between American reality and the American dream," Springsteen told the conference, where the album was aired for the first time. It was written, he claimed, not just out of fury but out of patriotism, a patriotism traduced. "What was done to our country was wrong and unpatriotic and un-American and nobody has been held to account," he later told the Guardian. "There is a real patriotism underneath the best of my music but it is a critical, questioning and often angry patriotism."
Springsteen, 62, says he is not afraid of how the album will be received in election-year America: "The temper has changed. And people on the streets did it. Occupy Wall Street changed the national conversation – the Tea Party had set it for a while. The first three years of Obama were under them.
"Previous to Occupy Wall Street, there was no push back at all saying this was outrageous – a basic theft that struck at the heart of what America was about, a complete disregard for the American sense of history and community … In Easy Money the guy is going out to kill and rob, just like the robbery spree that has occurred at the top of the pyramid – he's imitating the guys on Wall Street. An enormous fault line cracked the American system right open whose repercussion we are only starting to be feel.
The Boss is speaking out and I'm going to buy this album when it comes out Mar 6th
Posted by sce56 | Fri Feb 17, 2012, 07:05 PM (21 replies)
A group of Japanese whalers has failed to win an injunction against U.S. anti-whaling activists, as a federal judge refused their request for protections from boats owned by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.
The ruling was made in Seattle, where the whalers' group, the Institute for Cetacean Research, had filed suit. In addition to restraints on Sea Shepherd, the whalers were hoping the judge would impose a freeze on the activists' finances.
"U.S. federal district court judge Richard Jones did not give a reason for denying the request for a preliminary injunction. It would have prevented the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society from interfering with the Japanese whaling fleet."
Posted by sce56 | Fri Feb 17, 2012, 02:17 AM (15 replies)