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Omnipotent, Glenn Beck and I

By Greg L | 19 September 2009 | Humor & Satire, Prince William County | 44 Comments

This comment on the News & Messenger article regarding the upcoming execution of John Allen Mohammed (the Beltway Sniper) demonstrates that there’s still at least one Obama kool-aid drinker left in the county, and he thinks that this website is a big reason the wave of support for Barry “Dear Leader” Obama hasn’t entirely rolled over Virginia.  I don’t know if I’ve ever been credited with doing so much good since the SPLC said I single-handedly started every grass-roots organization opposing illegal aliens in the mid-atlantic region of the United States!

Posted by ( Roy.Williams ) on September 17, 2009 at 8:50 pm

It is not the proper time to execute this individual.  The current climate of racism being bestowed by Glenn Beck and that white guy that runs that BVBL blog is clouding the picture of what President Obama has in store to improve America.

African-Americans have suffered due to white America, and this individual is no exception.  President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society and Head Start programs did not reach far enough and this individual, that whites want to execute, is a product of this failing.

President Obama will restore America to greatness.  He sees the Constitution as a living document and worthy of Progressive modern day interpretation.

Wow, I am truly humbled.  Glen Beck and yours truly, the two mighty titans of the shaping of American political opinion, are by themselves defeating the agenda of the President of the United States, and robbing America of the greatness of The Annointed One.  We thwart the “Progressive” interpretation of the Constitution as a “living document”.  We’re the sole reasons a murderous serial killer is being executed for randomly assassinating innocent persons of various races and ages in the D.C. metropolitan area.  We are the reason The Obamination has failed to “improve” America.  Glen Beck and I, we are the ones that stop socialism and liberalism in America.  Just us two.

Quick, somebody let Rush know that he’s number three, behind Glenn Beck and BVBL.  And where the heck do I find an agent?  I’m gonna be stinkin’ rich!

Later, Roy Williams, when you get back in contact with the little green men from Planet Blatzo, they will tell you that the white guy who runs BVBL has a secret plan to seize control of Congress that involves the Underwear Gnome Brigade, Nancy Pelosi’s official astrologer, and a sixteen ounce bottle of Yahoo fortified chocolate-flavored beverage.  Congress will subsequently make a law forcing illegal aliens to dance the Macarena until they decide to return to their countries.  You can trust the men from Planet Blatzo.  They have never failed you before…

Man, I’m right up there with Glenn Beck.  I gotta call my Mom.  She’s going to be thrilled!

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  1. Truth to Power said on 19 Sep 2009 at 6:49 am:
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    I’ve only got one question for John Allen Muhammad. AC or DC?

  2. Dave in PWC said on 19 Sep 2009 at 7:18 am:
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    I believe it’s Ray Williams, not Roy. He is always bragging that he hired illegal aliens to work for his company. He has definitely drank the Obama-aid. Mr. Muhammad has already had his day in court and he lost. That is the American way.

    Keep on doing what you’re doing Greg!!!

  3. Dave in PWC said on 19 Sep 2009 at 7:18 am:
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    Oops, I mean Obama-ade

  4. Howard the Duck said on 19 Sep 2009 at 7:43 am:
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    “Obama …sees the Constitution as a living document and worthy of Progressive modern day interpretation.”

    destroy it, in other words

  5. Disgusted said on 19 Sep 2009 at 8:01 am:
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    Mr. Mohammed conspired and commited muder. He was tried, found guilty using forensic evidence, and sentenced. He took full advantage of due process put in place by the white people Mr. Williams feels so much hatred for. None of the victims HAD DUE PROCESS!!!! I’ll be glad to pull the switch.

  6. Bridget said on 19 Sep 2009 at 9:29 am:
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    Thank you for mentioning the victims, Disgusted.


  7. Pirate said on 19 Sep 2009 at 10:00 am:
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    …I like to think of the Constitution as more of a set of guidelines than actual rules…

  8. citizenofmanassas said on 19 Sep 2009 at 10:35 am:
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    What a piece of work. No matter the facts, there are people who will argue two plus two equals five. No matter that some of his victims were black or hispanic, never mind that he treated his former wife and children like crap, and that he led another black youth into a life of crime. It’s the mean people like Glenn and Greg that need to be controlled.

  9. Fran Kendrick said on 19 Sep 2009 at 12:11 pm:
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    Greg, consider it an honor to be placed in the same category as Glenn Beck. As
    far as I am concerned, had it not been for Glenn, the American public would still be
    in the dark about ACORN. Obviously, no other media wants to touch the subject
    and they call themselves “News” outlets. Our administration is scared sh–less
    of FOX, ergo Obambi is appearing on all the usual Sunday morning “News” shows with
    the exception of FOX. I suppose he believes he is punishing FOX when, in fact, he
    is doing them a big favor by not appearing.
    So, here we have it. That white guy who runs bvbl and is, to a very large degree,
    responsible for ridding our community of much of the illegal trash while working his
    butt off and giving so much of his time and effort to the cause….and Glenn Beck,
    of FOX News who single handedly opened the can of worms known as ACORN….
    two patriots, if you ask me!!

  10. Pirate said on 19 Sep 2009 at 2:27 pm:
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    You know Glen Beck is a Mormon. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that; however, everything he believes and shares is in the context of those beliefs. If you check, he has a years worth of food stockpiled for the imminent end of the world (and he’s giving advice on the long term prospects of our Country). If you ask, he’ll tell you he’s looking forward to multiple wives in heaven (he’s not really a “woman’s rights kind of guy”). That’s only the beginning… I respect the Mormon faith; however, I don’t consider it at all representative of main stream America. Mr. Beck showed his true colors when he called Obama a racist (forgetting for the moment Obama’s white mother.) Mormons have a long history of institutional discrimination that clearly manifests itself in many of the things Mr. Beck says and does. I think the idea of a black President just… well… ****es him off.

    I certainly respect his right to believe what he wants (who knows, perhaps he’s right and we are all wrong)… I’m just surprised that he has so many people following him considering his “context”. I’m not sure being counted in his company is really a complament… but that’s just me.

    Go ahead and fact check… or ask Glenn Beck.

  11. es_la_ley said on 19 Sep 2009 at 2:52 pm:
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    I smell a ‘Rat. They have a resident loon over there - a “Ray Williams”. Now there’s a “Roy.Williams” sounding nuttier that the aforementioned. Someone may be playing games.

    At any rate, congrats Greg on being right up there with Glenn! :-)

  12. Greg L said on 19 Sep 2009 at 2:56 pm:
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    Pirate, you sure have mastered the ad hominem attack.

    I find it interesting how little of his positions you find yourself able to debate while attacking him on the basis of what you say are his religious beliefs and what you imagine are his personal motivations.

    I invite you to contribute this garbage somewhere where it is more appreciated. There’s an “anti” blog where I’m sure that will be most welcome, but it’s simply an annoyance to everyone here.

  13. Pirate said on 19 Sep 2009 at 3:40 pm:
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    …like I said, check it out. Facts speak for themselves. My experience with Mormons has been that they are very forthcoming regarding what they believe (one of their many admirable qualities). Glen Beck is a faithtul Mormon. Ask him. I’m guessing he will have no problem confirming what I have said.

    Unless, of course, “…you can’t handle the truth.”

  14. Howard the Duck said on 19 Sep 2009 at 4:16 pm:
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    “Never give in, never give in, never; never; never; never - in nothing, great or small, large or petty - never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense”

    “You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life.”

    -Winston Churchill

  15. Love the U.S.A. said on 19 Sep 2009 at 4:57 pm:
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    Pirate said,”Mr. Beck showed his true colors when he called Obama a racist (forgetting for the moment Obama’s white mother.)”

    Tell me then, if Obama’s half white, how can white people who disagree with his solcialist agenda be racists? Your logic or rather the lack of astounds me.

  16. Pirate said on 19 Sep 2009 at 5:38 pm:
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    …because folks like Beck count on “useful idiots” who really don’t understand the issues to keep him in the news. In case you missed it, folks like Beck are paid based upon ratings. That’s where the “useful idiots” come in.

    It’s called entertainment… and that’s pretty logical. I’m astounded you missed it.

  17. Bridget said on 19 Sep 2009 at 6:16 pm:
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    Pirate, on your trip over to the anti site, perhaps you can ponder which race Obama referenced with these comments:

    “Are there some people who don’t like me because of my race? I’m sure there are. Are there some people who voted for me only because of my race? There are probably some of those too.”

    And what did Obama mean when he referred to his maternal grandmother as “a typical white person”.

    Was his paternal grandmother a typical black person? Yeah. Good question. What in the hell is a typical black person.

    Mormonism doesn’t represent mainstream America? Is Islam mainstream? Buddhism? Judaism? Sikhism? Hardly …but I bet you think they deserve nothing but the utmost respect, tolerance and anti-defamation. That no one of a minority faith be discriminated against. I doubt that Beck’s religion bothers you in the least….it’s his politics that disturb you. I can relate. I get the same way about politician Harry Reid… a Mormon, BTW.

    Nobody, living or dead, got to choose their gender or race or ancestry - yet it’s so often those parts of us that we are most heavily judged by.

    Obama will be judged by his politics, ideology, tactics, character and the company he keeps. If he uses those afore mentioned unchangeable parts of himself as either shield or weapon, he will also be judged.

    Obama chose to be the president of the U.S.A. - was given the job and will politically live or die based on his job performance. A position of tremendous power, influence, privilege, responsibility and exposure.

    And you fail to see the irony: If folks like Glen or Greg have an opinion contrary to Obama, his administration or associates, your rushing in to defame, deride and diminish the messenger only serves to make the president seem mighty fragile.

  18. Anon35 said on 19 Sep 2009 at 6:34 pm:
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    Pirate -
    You are so funny!
    You call people who like Glenn Beck “useful idiots”…..
    You and your kind are “useful idiots” to the Almighty Community Leader.
    Even though I bet you are sorry now that you ever voted for him.
    Time to get a clue buddy!

  19. citizenofmanassas said on 19 Sep 2009 at 7:59 pm:
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    At least Beck gets ratings unlike the libs at CNN and MSNBC.

  20. Fran Kendrick said on 19 Sep 2009 at 8:36 pm:
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    Pirate, it seems that you may be the one who can’t handle the truth! Greg and
    Glenn calls ‘em as they see ‘em, and you’re finding that very difficult to handle.
    So, Glenn is a Morman….so what?

  21. Bridget said on 19 Sep 2009 at 10:09 pm:
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    Pirate said on 19 Sep 2009

    …I like to think of the Constitution as more of a set of guidelines than actual rules…


    “The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.” — Thomas Jefferson

  22. Johnson said on 20 Sep 2009 at 8:23 am:
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    Barack Hussein Obama IS a racist. He is also a Muslim. I don’t have a problem with those aspects of his personality, as long as they don’t enter into his decision making process. Since he is incapable of containing his racism and hatred of the United States, he will do everything he can to bring it down to the level of the third world through his socialist policies and immigration. The racism that will destroy this country is perpetrated by non-whites, as they believe that only whites are racist. Look up the meaning of racism in the dictionary, liberals. Islam dictates every action it’s followers take-politics and personal. You cannot run a government or society based on religious tenets. There’s a reason that Saudi Arabia is not the world’s leading super power. We are. We separate state and church and retain respect for both. Rule of Law and separation of church and state are what helped us succeed.

    Nice quote, Bridget!

  23. Bridget said on 20 Sep 2009 at 11:01 am:
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    Wow Pirate …

    You and the president appear to have some sort of telepathic mind-meld thing going on because he is also seeking to defame, deride and diminish the messenger…. rather than focus on and defend his intended policies.

    Act as though the freedom of speech provision of the first amendment is exclusively for your protection and promotion and that others weren’t protected by it. Yeah. The free speech “guidline” thingy in the Constitution should be “flexible ‘ enough to ensure that only one point of view is allowed.

    The exquisite irony: Two lefty slogans from back in the day that can be apply used today –

    1) The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

    2) Think For Yourself, Question Authority


    Flat out exquisite simplicity: Silence is Consent


  24. Bridget said on 20 Sep 2009 at 12:00 pm:
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    STEPHANOPOULOS: How about the funding for ACORN?

    OBAMA: You know, if — frankly, it’s not really something I’ve followed closely. I didn’t even know that ACORN was getting a whole lot of federal money.


    What a liar. Fifty three million is a whole lot of money to slide over to a poverty pimp outfit like ACORN. And the president knows damn well that had this scandal not hit the fan… ACORN was slated to be “Stimulated” with Billions more.

    ACORN got $53 million in federal funds since 94, now eligible for up to $8 billion more


  25. Pirate said on 20 Sep 2009 at 12:10 pm:
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    Nothing personal, Anon35, however I wasn’t talking about Glen Beck (when referring to useful idiots)…

  26. Bridget said on 20 Sep 2009 at 12:51 pm:
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  27. REG said on 20 Sep 2009 at 4:20 pm:
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    Seems like Pirate has been this “useful idiot” on this posting; everyone else has shown their reasoned understanding of the discussion topic, at Mr.(?) Pirate’s expense.

  28. Anon35 said on 20 Sep 2009 at 4:44 pm:
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    Pirate said on 19 Sep 2009 at 5:38 pm: Flag comment
    “…because folks like Beck count on “useful idiots” who really don’t understand the issues to keep him in the news.”


  29. howmanydaystill elections said on 21 Sep 2009 at 1:23 am:
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    Obama is chicken to appear on Fox because he is afraid he won’t get the soft ball questions he is accustomed to. Cluck, cluck, cluck, cluck, cluck.

  30. Citizen12 said on 21 Sep 2009 at 1:52 am:
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    The efforts of Greg, Glenn and others in shedding light on the very things our elected officials do not want the general public to see are greatly appreciated by many. How one can tie this into some racial conspiracy in the dispensing of justice on the issue of the Beltway Sniper is both disappointing yet not surprising.

    What Roy.Williams and many others who share his dogma are blinded to is the simple fact that America is the land of opportunity, not guaranteed outcome of ones wants. They need to throw off the yoke of dependency, stop waiting for some program to do “it” for them and start doing something for themselves.

    What our President and his supporters refuse to recognize and acknowledge is the underlying cause for the failure of Lyndon Johnsons Great Society, Head Start and most all other social programs.

    When something is given away there is little value attached to it, and the more of it that is thrown at society further reduces that value. Diminished value equals diminished returns.

    While on the other hand, when opportunity is successfully capitalized upon to earn something, the true value of that experience is priceless.

    Great Society’s grand failure

  31. NoVA Scout said on 21 Sep 2009 at 7:56 am:
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    What a spectacle this thread presents - from Pirate’s half-formed reservations about Mormonism, to his antagonists’ defenses of Mr. Beck. A veritable food processor-on-puree of ignorance, mis-information, couch-potato idolatry, and mindless infatuation with Cable-schtick. I would think Beck could be recognized for the low-level entertainer (based on what passes for entertainment these days) he is without reference to his religion, and Obama’s policies could be defended or attacked without reference to his being of mixed racial descent.

    By the way, Jimmy Carter’s comments that provoked this racial nonsense line of discussion were (as Jimmy Carter’s comments often are) completely un-productive and inaccurate in the current context. However, I think he probably did reflect a reality consistent with his age and demographics - that the tone and content of Mr. Wilson’s outburst reflected a common attitude that Carter would have witnessed growing up in a segregated South. Carter has no doubt heard taunts like that hurled at black southerners with “boy” attached as punctuation on the end. Someone of Carter’s age and geography probably heard the “boy” part almost out of habit.

    I think it far more likely that Wilson intended no racial implications whatsoever, and that he is enough of an ill-mannered oaf without appreciation for the central dignity of the Congress and the President in the Republic that Madison, Hamilton, and others crafted for us that he would have said the same thing to a President of any ethnic background. People like that shouldn’t be sitting in the Congress of the United States or in any position of responsibility in the public or private sector. However, it makes complicated a very simple problem to imply that the remark was racially motivated, or that the issues of the times, whatever low level of discourse they are attracting or encouraging, are primarily explained by racial prejudice against the President.

  32. Pirate said on 21 Sep 2009 at 8:57 am:
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    Top 10 Amazing Facts of Mormonism (there are many more)… go ahead and fact check. I mean no disrespect to Mormons. They are good people who take care of their own (IMHO, the BEST social services out there). If you are going to follow someone you need to look at the basis for their beliefs (their “context” for viewing the world). For example, I’m guessing you are all right to lifers based upon your beliefs… and that’s ok. I would suggest you at least look at where Beck’s head to provide context for the things he says. This is just the tip of the iceburg… and I’m surprised no one has brought it up before.

    1. Mormons can become gods and goddesses.

    2. Goddesses will spend eternity in full submission to their god-husband.

    3. Mormon women will give birth “forever and ever” to spirit-babies.

    4. Mormon men can have multiple wives in heaven—eternal polygamy.

    5. Heavenly Father is an exalted man who lives with his goddess wife, Heavenly Mother, on a planet near the great star Kolob.

    6. American Indians are descendants of the wicked Lamanites, who were Israelites that God cursed with dark skin.

    7. God the Father had sex with Mary to conceive Jesus, who is the half brother of Lucifer.

    8. All Christian churches are an abomination.

    9. Mormons need 4 secret handshakes to get into the Celestial heaven.

    10. Joseph Smith revealed that the actual Garden of Eden is in Jackson County, Missouri.

  33. Jeff Hunter said on 21 Sep 2009 at 10:51 am:
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    Pirate: Yes, Glenn Beck is a faithful devote Mormon. Yes, many Mormon doctrines are “out there” with regards to mainstream Christianity and many Americans would not share those beliefs.

    Please explain what all this has to do with ACORN/SEIU using millions of taxpayer dollars for political purposes supporting the president’s agenda of socialized health care for the country. Are you trying to say that it’s be cause of Glenn Beck’s Mormon theology that the Left can’t seem be able to win over hearts and minds of the country with a decent debate on the merits of their agenda and they have to resort to attacking their antagonists or attempting to invoke “white guilt” to enable their agendas?

  34. Pirate said on 21 Sep 2009 at 11:50 am:
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    Jeff, re, “…please explain …” Beat’s me… that was never the point of my comments.

    Elected officials undergo a great deal of formal, media and public scrutiny to understand their background and their nature before taking office (and, often while in office). Media celebrities, thanks to modern technology, command power and influence that rivals the most powerful of elected officials while forgoing any type of background investigation. I would suggest that perhaps considering the stakes, we should investigate what drives the nature of celebrities such as Beck. My take is that he is a very intelligent man who knows which buttons to push to boost his ratings. It’s the theater of politics… and we are the willing audience always reaching out for someone to show us the way.

    I believe that a person’s religion is an important component of his or her nature (either a driving or influencing factor). You can’t change a person’s nature; however, you can endeavor to understand it.

  35. Citizen121 said on 21 Sep 2009 at 1:15 pm:
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    Pirate said on 21 Sep 2009 at 11:50 am

    “I would suggest that perhaps considering the stakes, we should investigate what drives the nature of celebrities such as Beck.”

    Pirate, I would have to ask “why?” Beck, like other “Media Celebrities” is neither elected by the people nor do they formulate legislation and policy.

    You may agree or disagree with their interpretation of the world around them and you may or may not use facts to support your position. However, it should be the position which would have to stand up to scrutiny and not the motivating force inside ones head.

    The energy spent on worry over Beck’s influence on public opinion would be better spent over the influence on federal policy and law by the Cult of Personality brought about at the last election.

  36. Anonymous said on 21 Sep 2009 at 1:49 pm:
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    Check out the latest issue of Time… Beck is the cover story.

  37. Jeff Hunter said on 21 Sep 2009 at 1:59 pm:
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    Pirate: “I would suggest that perhaps considering the stakes, we should investigate what drives the nature of celebrities such as Beck”

    Why does that make anything he says less truthful? or anything that he uncovers less objectionable? I could care less about his motives.

    Pirate: “The energy spent on worry over Beck’s influence on public opinion would be better spent over the influence on federal policy and law by the Cult of Personality brought about at the last election.”

    I couldn’t agree more. So why did you start this with questioning his motives just because he’s a practicing Mormon?

  38. Citizen12 said on 21 Sep 2009 at 2:36 pm:
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    Citizen121 said on 21 Sep 2009 at 1:15 pm

    that should have read Citizen 12 - not Citizen 121

    Jeff Hunter said on 21 Sep 2009 at 1:59 pm

    Pirate: “The energy spent on worry over Beck’s influence …

    Jeff - that comment was for pirate not from him. Sorry for any confusion.

  39. Anon35 said on 21 Sep 2009 at 3:59 pm:
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    Pirate sounds like someone from anti.
    Starting a conversation - or posting a thread, and then saying “why are we talking about this? ” or “this conversation is a waste of my time….
    THEN WHY DID YOU START IT?????????????????

  40. Bridget said on 21 Sep 2009 at 5:57 pm:
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    LOL at NS. Disparage Joe Wilson’s conduct ’til the cows come home - have him banished - shamed - hanged, drawn, quartered and fed to the crows.

    None of it changes the fact that Obama is a lying liar.

  41. Bridget said on 21 Sep 2009 at 6:06 pm:
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    “I would suggest that perhaps considering the stakes, we should investigate what drives the nature of celebrities such as Beck”

    And I would suggest that perhaps considering the stakes, we should investigate what drives the nature of celebrities such as Obama.

  42. NoVA Scout said on 21 Sep 2009 at 9:11 pm:
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    Bridget 1757: clever marshalling of facts, there, and linking them to the highest forms of rhetorical and forensic exegesis. With skills such as these, the Republic is in good hands indeed.

  43. Bridget said on 21 Sep 2009 at 10:26 pm:
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    Joe Wilson broke the rules of protocol, decorum, and good manners.(as if bouncing out of your seat after Obama’s every utterance to clap and yell hip-hip hooray was mannerly) His actions were rude and insulting … but so is being deceitful.

    Sometimes speaking truth to power trumps protocol.

    Speaking the truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act. - George Orwell

    NS, you’ve got nothing. This take a crack at the messenger to draw attention away from the message routine is stale and, frankly, reeks of desperation.

    I don’t need your approval and suggest that if you seek affirmation, seek it elsewhere.

  44. FED UP said on 22 Sep 2009 at 7:09 am:
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    Bridget said on 21 Sep 2009 at 10:26 pm: Flag c

    Amen to that!!!!

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