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What Is Going On At The DOJ?

/ Bumped up + stay tuned for more from the Reverend later today /

And what does it mean for our foundational rights as a country?

Recently, J. Christian Adams, former DOJ attorney, made some serious accusations about how the DOJ is doing business under Obama. Adams’ initial comments had to do with the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) about which I wrote recently, and the refusal of the DOJ to pursue a case against the NBPP despite irrefutable evidence of voter intimidation. Those charged with this issue flat out refused to even read the memoranda on the NBPP’s actions. Consequently, for this and other reasons related to this case, Adams resigned his position at the DOJ.

Here is Mr. Adams describing the situation at the DOJ to Megyn Kelly, also an attorney:



But wait, there is more. Mr. Adams is no longer holding back, and has exposed another issue related to the DMV and Voter Registration law at the DOJ in this piece:

This is beyond the pale.

So, let me see. NBPP 1, Voters 0. Dead People voting 1, fair elections, 0. Lawlessness in the DOJ 1, true justice, 0.

Mr. Adams testified before the U.S.Commission on Civil Rights about this very issue this past week, stating:

“We abetted wrongdoing and abandoned law-abiding citizens,” he later testified.

That is a staggering claim. Just think about that for a few minutes. This is the DOJ, after all.

One more quote from this article should also give you pause (and thanks to Ani for highlighting this):

But as the investigation unfolded, he said he discovered “indications” that the Black Panther Party was doing the “same thing” to supporters of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the Democratic primary season in early 2008. He urged the commission to pursue testimony from other Justice officials to corroborate his story.

We knew that, of course, but now we have a DOJ whistleblower confirming it. Wow.

That Obama, fulfilling his campaign promise of bringing change to America. He surely is, just not good change. Now, despite the protests by the NBPP to the contrary, voter intimidation is permitted by the DOJ, depending on who is doing it, of course.

This is a sad, sad time in our country, when voter intimidation is not just allowed, but protected, by the Department of Justice. When the DOJ states it won’t be bothered with enforcement of the law against voter rolls being padded with the names of dead people, and those who are ineligible to vote.

This is our fundamental right as Americans, the right to vote, free of intimidation and threats. It is our duty to have our votes counted, and to have the process as clean as possible. It is clear that Obama’s DOJ has zero interest in making that happen.

And that cannot stand.

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  • jbjd

    oowawa, show of hands:  how many people who have been complaining about the caucus irregularities portrayed in Bettina’s video for the past 2 (two) years, have taken concrete steps to eliminate the caucus system from their states?  That’s my point. 

    If everyone publicizing this pet project or that instead took advantage of the press afforded them; took advantage of that opportunity to speak directly to citizens/A’sG in applicable states, and ask, “(fill in name of person), why do you refuse requests from the citizens of (fill in state) to produce the documentary evidence that was the basis for your Certification to state election officials in (fill in state) in August 2008 that Barack Obama was Constitutionally qualified to be President, to get these officials to print his name on the ballot?”  Then, repeat the question, using the name of the AG; and after to add “ask responsible members of both the state and national Democratic party to produce the documentary evidence..

    We all know caucuses are unfair; although most of us had no idea what these were until the last election.  Now, we know the statistics about more votes required per primary pledged delegate than caucus; we know parents of young children cannot attend, or elderly, or physically callenged, or shift workers.  What work is spearheaded by these people capitalizing on the misery of disenfranchised caucus voters both in and out of that video?  That’s my point.

  • oowawa

    jbjd, caucus fraud is not “sexy” to look at; it is ugly and infuriating to look at.  Why did you use that word twice?  Spending time “bemoaning” the “rigged caucuses” is time spent exposing it to the light of day, so that people can see it and hopefully be able to do something to forestall it when it happens again.  “Bemoaning” is a word that demeans the people who care about such things as caucus fraud and makes them sound like a bunch of whiny complainers who should just STF up. 

    I have always admired the investigations you have undertaken to challenge Obama’s legitimacy.  This documentary does not intrude on your turf.  It is simply about thugs intimidating people and subverting the caucus process.

  • jbjd

    creeper, as people who regularly read my blog already know, we only vote for Electors in November.  The reason the names of these Electors do not appear on state ballots is that states have passed laws saying, we will print the name of the Nominee for POTUS of the major political party on the ballot; and citizens will be voting for the Electors for that person.  (Printing the names of all of the Electors in each state would be prohibitive in a state like CA, given that the number of Electors equals the number of U.S. Representatives (based on Congressional districting) plus the 2 U.S. Senators.)  (By Certifying the results of this general Elector election, the Governor fulfills the Ascertainment requirement in the U.S. Constitution. 

    Under the Constitution, Electors need not vote for any particular person.  Thus, say for example, between the general election in November and the vote of the Electors in December, the nominee for the Party dies.  Does this call for a new election?  No.  The Electors can elect someone else.  Under federal law, that is.  But some states have enacted laws saying, Electors must vote for the nominee of their party.  (Did you know, Electors are selected by the party to be ‘on the ballot’ in the first place?)  However, no Elector who violated that law has ever been punished.  Anyway, if the original nominee dies before the Electors elect a POTUS; the party can nominate someone else.  (This might not be in time to remove the old name from the ballot and replace it with the new but, so what?  Citizens are not electing the POTUS in November but only party Electors.) Keep in mind, the fact that state laws mandating specific Elector conduct not required under the Constitution – for example, ‘you must vote for the party nominee’ – have never been challenged in federal court likely means, these state Elector laws are likely Constitutional.  This means, states could also enact laws affecting Elector conduct that say, for example, Electors must elect only Constitutionally qualified candidates.

  • jbjd

    My initial point, now lost in these straw dog exchanges, was simply this:  caucus fraud is sexy to look at but it does not implicate the D’s in ballot fraud, which is the specific election fraud that is actionable. And spending time bemoaning the rigged caucuses neither eliminates these caucuses, which are inherently unfair, anyway; nor educates citizens preoccupied with bemoaning the inequity of those affairs, with the nuts and bolts as to how our political system works. (Repetitive postings of revisionist history does not a fait accompli make. Even when the author uses ‘caps’ and ‘bold’ to make the point.)

  • oowawa

    “Yes, it’s late, but this is the BEST time for it.”

    It sure is.  The attacks on the documentary are absolutely perplexing, particularly here at No Quarter.  It is a powerful work and it documents pervasive wrongdoing during the Primary.  We were all howling about it back then.  It was WRONG!  It was MEAN!  It was UNJUST! It should NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN! The makers of this essential film should not be attacked for making it, or derided because it is finally getting some attention.  WTF is  going on here!?!?  The Obama krewe brought thugs to the caucuses and that wasn’t widely reported as a major issue.  Now the black panther intimidation at the polling station is being dismissed.  Yes!  Good that it’s finally getting some attention!  Hurray for everybody involved in We Shall Not Be Silenced! 

  • creeper

    jbjd, I do not understand this: “the D’s would not have dared to steal the election for BO in December, at the level of the Electors, if they hadn’t gotten his name on the ballot in November.”

    How on earth would it even have been possible for them to steal the election in December if he HADN’T been on the GE ballot in November?

  • FlDemFem

    I am giggling at part of your answer, OA. This part… a congregation of card carrying commies. Not only is it amusingly alliterative, but also an oxymoron. Communists are supposed to be atheists, so what are they doing in church???
    8-)

  • Keebler-Katmoon Multigrain

    OA-Oh yes the parade, I had forgotten, it is way too much fun. BTW, we love the tang alongs in parades who obviously enjoy the dancing, all in good fun. There are two other events in Wa that really are quite entertaining for this dance venue, The Mediterranean Festival in Seattle, anf in Wenatchee(another favorite place) on Haloween there is a Hafla(dance show) at the museum, it is very fun and funny, poking fun at ourelves as dancers. I do miss it, but I do not miss the Tri-Cities.  Have fun at the parade Saturday! :*

  • jbjd

    Diana L.C. writes, the voting fraud I have been addressing ‘could bring BO down if proven in court.’  What?  I could not care less whether an AG actually gets a case into court; or whether s/he wins prosecution.  My primary reason for focusing on the election fraud that literally got state election officials to print BO’s name on the ballot (in applicable states) is that exposing this fraud alone will get BO out of office.  All that is required is for one AG to tell the D who signed the Certification of BO’s Nomination submitted to election officials in that state, to produce the documents that were the basis for this Certification he was Constitutionally qualified for the job.  Because no such documents exist.  And the news no such documents exist will finally trigger the appropriate response in Congress.  My work has nothing to do with court cases but with getting citizens to compel their elected officials to protect the ballot.  It’s about education and empowerment (and, at some point, prevention), but not punishment and retaliation.  I leave that to others.

  • jbjd

    Diana L.C. write, the voting fraud I have been addressing ‘could bring BO down if proven in court.’  What?  I could not care less whether an AG actually gets a case into court; or whether s/he wins prosecution.  My focus is solely on getting BO out of office.  And all that will take is one AG asking the D who signed the Certification of BO’s Nomination submitted to election officials in that state, to produce the documents that were the basis for this Certification he was Constitutionally qualified for the job.  Because no such documents exist.  And the knowledge they don’t exist will trigger the appropriate response in Congress.  My work has nothing to do with court cases but with getting citizens to compel their elected officials to protect the ballot.  It’s about education and empowerment (and, at some point, prevention), and not punishment and retaliation.  I leave that to others.

  • TeakWoodKite

    :)

  • jbjd

    PE, it might help to use their real name:  the Democratic National Committee Services Corporation.  Did you get that?  CORPORATION. 

  • jbjd

    Bettina, Dr. Long wrote about caucus fraud; I assumed that is where you got the statistics you cite at the beginning of the promo for the film, although I saw no credit to her work on the blog. I know her work and often reference her stellar statistical analysis.  (Her blog is linked here on NQ but, it has converted to a members only site.)

    My work on election fraud focuses solely on conduct that violates the law.  As such, it necessarily excludes any analysis of caucus fraud, or fraud in Presidential preference primaries.  In fact, the only mention in my work of either of these occurs in relation to the conduct of BO and his representatives in trying to ‘turn’ HRC pledged delegates from vote binding states, BEFORE the Convention.  Because that conduct would violate the law, whether the pledged delegate resulted from votes in a primary or caucus.  (And GA AG Thurbert Baker agreed.)

  • creeper

    Anger yes, Ferd.  But also fear.  Fear that our children will never know the freedoms we have enjoyed all our lives.  Fear (or at least the creeping suspicion) that the country we grew up in is already gone. 

    Maybe it won’t bother the kids.  They’ve lived with these intrusions all their lives.  They think it’s perfectly reasonable that the government can monitor their phone calls and e-mails. 

    When I take my son to the airport so he can fly to work it breaks my heart to see him stripping off his shoes in the terminal and joining the other barefoot sheeple on the trek through security.  Soon he’ll pass through a full-body scanner.  That he sees this as perfectly normal is beyond depressing.

    (Please don’t list the reasons that airline security is necessary.  That was my business.  I know them all.  And I hate them all.  I, who used to fly from Houston to Denver for dinner, have been on an airplane once in the past twenty years.  Barring a major emergency, that will have been the last time.)

    What I’m trying to say, I guess, is that I don’t recognize much of my world any more.  Oh, sure…most of it looks the same.  But knowing what is happening to it at the hands of Barack Obama and his tribe (thank you, Ellen D) colors what I see.  Will that store be there next year?  Do those African-American people standing on the corner think I’m a racist?  I love this house but can we afford to keep it when we retire?  Is that new road any good or did they just slap an inch of blacktop over the rough places? 

    It just seems there’s no pure happiness any more.  There’s an edge to everything that I don’t remember till recently.  By “recently” I mean starting with the stolen election of 2000.  There was the first proof that justice could be perverted and that the will of the people would not always prevail. 

    Nothing was ever quite the same after that.  Life assumed a surreal quality that’s never gone away…only worsened as time goes by. 

    Aging probably has something to do with this.  Every older generation decrys what is happening to the younger ones.  Remembering that used to keep my perspective straight.  Nowadays it doesn’t do much to keep the megrims at bay. 

    Old, angry and scared.  That’s me.  Thanks for the words of wisdom, Ferd.  I’ll focus on the anger.

  • jbjd

    Bettina Sofia Viviano is listed in the credits of the film, “We Will Not Be Silenced” as Producer/Literary Manager.
    http://wewillnotbesilenced2008.com/credits.htm

    In this interview, she says, “My partner and I took $20,000 of our own money, bought cameras, hired editors.”  http://www.rightpundits.com/?p=6295  If you want to help Ms. Viviano recoup some of that money, a notice on the “We Will Not Be Silenced” informs, “We are accepting donations for the completion of the documentary.” 

  • Onofre’s arm

    Just wanted to post one more thing to jettison my cracker name. I was so hoping to see if anyone chose “Chicken in a Biscuit” for their cracker name. Oh well, I guess Prime 8 Butt isn’t lurking.

  • Stoned Wheat Thin arm

    Well oowawa, as comedian Steve Wright would say, “It’s a small world………..but I wouldn’t want to paint it.”

  • Stoned Wheat Thin arm

    Ooooo, the belly dancers eh. They’re always my favorite entrant in the Vashon Strawberry Festival parade down main street through our meager town. I sometimes find myself impulsively trailing along with them. It’s this Saturday.  :-D

    And it is Camp Sealth, good memory! 

  • oowawa

    Ah–my wife worked at the Factoria Safeway in the 70′s.  We lived in Redmond before Microsoft made it get real big.

  • Peggy Sue

    I saw it.  Your initials came up on my end at least.

  • Is It 2012 Yet?

    Oops, I forgot, we also got a call from John Fund at the Wall Street Journal today.  Yes, it’s late, but this is the BEST time for it.

    jbjd, why are you writing the same stuff and taking other people’s research that has ALREADY BEEN DONE?  All of that stuff you regurgitated is old news.  Dr. Lynette Long and others have already done what you, two years later, are doing.  You’re not an expert on any of this because you take the work of others from two years ago.  My God.

  • Peggy Sue

    I agree and btw, I wasn’t trying to smear Is It 2012 Yet.  I don’t know nor have I worked with her or the group that’s put this particular film together.  I’m talking about all the materials, the photo shots and video clips, the  testimony from people on the ground, who witnessed the thuggish behavior, people barred at the door, etc., etc., etc. at a number of caucases.

    Where was the investigation then?  Where were the journalists?  Seemed to me it was only Hillary’s supporters screaming about this and the press turned a deaf ear, a blind eye.  And now?  They’re interested. Mere coincidence?  Hummmm.

    Btw, I look forward to the new article.  I’ll have to go up and refresh myself on the particulars. 

  • Docelder

    We already have a state media. Hope and change is just like Castro’s doves. He trained those birds to follow him around with food. Then he would go to villages and the doves would come out of the trees and land on him. The people saw it as a sign that he was a man of peace. Bullshit. I call hope and change the same bullshit. Same thing but the press acting as the doves with Obama.

  • jbjd

    PS, I am the “you” who “Like” your reassurances to Diana L.C.

  • jbjd

    PS, I am the “you” who “Like” your reassurances to Diane L.C.

  • Is It 2012 Yet?

    Gee, I just got this email…Apparently jbjd is going all over the blogoshpere with her little stalker obsession…Why does NQ keep this nut here?  Here’s the email from my email group:

    “Bettina, I just went to HillBuzz and your film is on a thread there and jbjd made comments downplaying your documentary there, too.

    Guess what!  The people posting comments after hers side with you not her.  They think your documentary is a first and is very important.  They called jbjd a TROLL!

    The people there defended your documentary.  Don’t worry about jbjd.  She’s jealous!  Plain and simple.  She’s still working on the ballot issue and probably going nowhere with it.

    I haven’t been to No Quarter in a while.  I’ll have to go there and see what’s going on.

    But your documentary has caught like wildfire!  Don’t let her get you down.

    You go girl!”

  • jbjd

    Peggy Sue, I generally don’t consider motive because at this point, I just want to get BO out of the WH; but I suspect the timing could just as easily have to do with getting him elected.  That is, if people are so preoccupied with the injury of the fraudulent caucuses and, get rid of these before the next Presidential preference primary; people could mistakenly believe, this is how the election was stolen last time and so, this time, we’re safe.  But we’re not.

    Neither HRC nor BO had enough pledged delegate votes to lock up the D nomination.  Even in popular votes, HRC and BO were virtually tied in TX.  So, even assuming a comparable allocation of votes/pledged delegate awarded, they still would have been tied.  No; the last piece of the fraud puzzle is not about primary versus caucus contests.  It’s all about vote binding states, at the Convention. (Still working on this article.)

    But all of these laws that were broken to install BO into the WH were aimed at only one thing:  to get his name on the general (Electors) election ballot.  Because even though we don’t elect the POTUS in November; the D’s would not have dared to steal the election for BO in December, at the level of the Electors, if they hadn’t gotten his name on the ballot in November. http://jbjd.wordpress.com/2009/08/25/never-less-than-a-treason-1-of-2/
     and http://jbjd.wordpress.com/2009/08/28/never-less-than-a-treason-2-of-2/

  • Is It 2012 Yet?

    As for timing…that doesn’t take rocket science either.  You guys do know that the DOJ whistleblower referred to it, and now there are charges that the Franken mess had fraud.  Frankly, having a brain, I would prefer that this happened NOW, right before November, because it resonates more with voters.  I have been talking to Breitbart for almost A YEAR about doing this.  We BOTH agreed that getting closer to November was the best thing.

    By the way, since you people make things up…the REASON that we got on was because of our relationship with Sophie B. Hawkins.  Sophie was just on Fox and Friends performing the song she wrote to raise money for the Gulf.  It was SOPHIE who went to Alisyn, the producer, and told her in person about our story.  See, sometimes things happen without jbjd having to make things up.  Sophie has fought for us behind the scenes for years, and wrote a song for our movie.  It was IMMEDIATE that Fox called us, after Sophie talked to them.  So, big conspiracy?  I don’t think so.  I think it was someone like Sophie having credibility in their eyes actually sitting with them in person and telling the story.  And, how smart, jbjd, would it have been to expose it in January of 2010, when Obama’s “Presidency” just started?  Hmmmm what a genius move.  Did anyone think that maybe it might be better now that he is tanking and destroying his own?  That maybe the timing is PERFECT.

    It’s sad that someone has to tear apart a 2 year long labor of love by MANY, MANY PEOPLE across this country, to expose the truth.  But, like I said, had I known she was blogging here I could have counted down the minutes until she did it. 

    I love lots of you here, and thank you for the support in the past.  But this crap is ugly and I won’t be around it.  Blessings to all of you.

  • sowsear
  • Is It 2012 Yet?

    jbjd…I told everyone in my email group that you are a tad obsessed with me.  Gee, a ten page long response kind of backs that up.  Wow.  You kind of freak me out.  That post was ridiculous, just plain outlandish.  You clearly know nothing about what happened, in truth, in this whole mess.   And we haven’t finished the film yet either.  But for you to try your usual one upmanship, and know it all bullshit on something this detrimental to people is pathetic.  Who the hell do you think you are?  Beyond always being factually incorrect, you’re just an obnoxous, pompous windbag. 

  • jbjd

    People, “Is it 2012 Yet?” sounds just like a woman named Bettina Viviano.  Ms. Viviano is a producer associated with GodLikeProductions.  And Ms. Viviano’s animus toward me is longstanding, having been festering since the fall of 2008, when I dared to criticize the woman in whom she revealed she has complete faith, Orly Taitz.   
     
    In the fall of 2008, Viviano was one of 5 (five) anonymous helpers I recruited to distribute a memo I wrote hypothesizing that lawyers wanting to get into federal court to raise the issue of BO’s NBC status; could avoid dismissals based on ‘standing’ by using Plaintiffs who were national guard subject to recall.  In that way, these Plaintiffs would not be under the jurisdiction of the UCMJ and so, could question the CiC without fear of reprisal.  (National guard are under the jurisdiction of the Governor until federalized.) (It’s all spelled out on the blog.) In addition to recruiting helpers, I personally contacted Orly, Phil B., Andy Martin, and Leo D., explaining the work.  No one ‘bit.’  But a few weeks later, I re-contacted Orly, since she was gaining much notoriety, and re-submitted my idea to her.  Now, she told me, everyone knows you can use military to gain standing.  ‘Yes; I am the one who told everyone!’  Well, for a while, Orly and I worked together.  I drafted the original military complaint.  But I found ‘working’ together increasingly impossible.  The final split occurred for many reasons, but the ‘straw’ was when some military contacted me to see whether I could get their names removed from releases they had signed with Orly to be Plaintiffs in her lawsuits.  According to these would be military Plaintiffs, they had misunderstood the wording of those releases, which seemed to constructively admit to treason. (Leo D. wrote several scathing articles opposing Orly’s tactics as well.) I did help out; and then I severed ties.  I also criticized both Orly’s approoach and the quality of Orly’s work.  Bettina, having by that time hooked up with Orly – several videos of their collaboration are also on the internet – was livid, engaging in diatribes against me compared to which this one posted here on NQ pales.    
     
    So, here I point out, nothing in the conduct of the caucuses broke the law related to voter fraud.  And in rebuttal, I am hit with the straw dog argument that death threats are against the law.  True; death threats in most jurisdictions are crimes and as such, should have been reported to police and investigated.  But does it seem rational to those of you who ‘liked’ these remarks that, by pointing out, caucuses qua caucuses did not violate state laws; I am supporting death threats?  Or invalidating the feeling of being cheated experienced by those people in the film?  
     
    Two years ago, when these caucus videos were recorded, Bettina indicated they would be made into a film and distributed.  Maybe this notoriety will help in that endeavor.  But slamming me for telling the truth is as old as crying racism to obscure that truth.  Luckily, this white woman has a black son and the racism charges cannot stick.  Too bad there’s no obvious protection against feigned righteous indignation.  
     
    As for wanting people to ‘see the voter fraud’ I have been talking about, you are those people.  The laws that were broken were laws you enacted.  The AG works for you.  Stop talking about me, or ‘my’ work; this is all about you. I am only the one who figured out how your ballot was stolen.

  • Peggy Sue

    Diane, I’ve read a number of jbjd’s articles on caucas fraud.  I don’t think she’s trying to diminish what happened but is looking at the situation from a legal standpoint and from that point of view [if I've understood her material] the caucas mess is not something you could nail the Dems on “legally.”  It does certainly show the whole process in a very bad light and makes the Obamacrats look like the thugs they were.  But not much else.

    I think the really interesting question is “why now?”  Why suddenly is this caucas material being released when I’ve read repeatedly on the blogs that all the news outlets, including Fox, were provided with ample materials for an expose during the primary, before the GE?

    Timing is everything. 

    Reminds me of the Evelyn Pringle series on the Illinois Combine and Barack Obama’s connection to all the slimy characters in the “pay-to-play” scheme, the crooked deals that had been going on for years, involving Dems and Republicans alike.  It was thoroughly documented and exhaustive in its coverage.  She couldn’t get a single news outlet to cover it.  Why?  Being the cynic that I’ve become, I would say because the deal had already been struck–Obama was the Chosen One.

    And now he’s not.

  • jbjd

    People, “Is it 2012 Yet?” sounds just like a woman named Bettina Viviano.  Ms. Viviano is a producer associated with GodLikeProductions.  And Ms. Viviano’s animus toward me is longstanding, having been festering since the fall of 2008, when I dared to criticize the woman in whom she revealed she has complete faith, Orly Taitz. 

    In the fall of 2008, I recruited anonymous helpers to distribute a memo I wrote hypothesizing that lawyers wanting to get into federal court to raise the issue of BO’s NBC status; could avoid dismissals based on ‘standing’ by using Plaintiffs who were national guard subject to recall.  In that way, these Plaintiffs would not be under the jurisdiction of the UCMJ and so, could question the CiC without fear of reprisal.  (National guard are under the jurisdiction of the Governor until federalized.) (It’s all spelled out on the blog.) In addition to recruiting 5 (five) helpers, I personally contacted Orly, Phil B., Andy Martin, and Leo D., explaining the work.  No one ‘bit.’  But a few weeks later, I re-contacted Orly, since she was gaining much notoriety, and re-submitted my idea to her.  Now, she told me, everyone knows you can use military to gain standing.  ‘Yes; I am the one who told everyone!’  Well, for a while, Orly and I worked together.  I drafted the original military complaint.  But I found ‘working’ together increasingly impossible.  The final split occurred for many reasons, but the ‘straw’ was when some military contacted me to see whether I could get their names removed from releases they had signed with Orly to be Plaintiffs in her lawsuits.  According to these would be military Plaintiffs, they had misunderstood the wording of those releases, which seemed to constructively admit to treason. (Leo D. wrote several scathing articles opposing Orly’s tactics as well.) I did help out; and then I severed ties.  I also criticized both Orly’s approoach and the quality of Orly’s work.  Bettina, having by that time hooked up with Orly – several videos of their collaboration are also on the internet – was livid, engaging in diatribes against me compared to which this one posted here on NQ pales.  

    So, here I point out, nothing in the conduct of the caucuses broke the law related to voter fraud.  And in rebuttal, I am hit with the straw dog argument that death threats are against the law.  True; death threats in most jurisdictions are crimes and as such, should have been reported to police and investigated.  But does it seem rational to those of you who ‘liked’ these remarks that, by pointing out, caucuses qua caucuses did not violate state laws; I am supporting death threats?  Or invalidating the feeling of being cheated experienced by those people in the film?

    Two years ago, when these caucus videos were recorded, Bettina indicated they would be made into a film and distributed.  Maybe this notoriety will help in that endeavor.  But slamming me for telling the truth is as old as crying racism to obscure that truth.  Luckily, this white woman has a black son and the racism charges cannot stick.  Too bad there’s no obvious protection against feigned righteous indignation.

    As for wanting people to ‘see the voter fraud’ I have been talking about, you are those people.  The laws that were broken were laws you enacted.  The AG works for you.  Stop talking about me, or ‘my’ work; this is all about you. I am only the one who figured out how your ballot was stolen.

  • jbjd

    PS, liked your comment about my ‘skill for this work’ but no gravater!

  • getfitnow

    So is Cracker Jacks–with a prize. :-P

  • arabella trefoil

    Obama’s doctors suggested that he continued “moderate drinking.”
     
    No wonder he’s lost so much weight. He needs booze and lots of it, stat!
     
    He has lost so much weight that his clothes are falling of of him. In one of his photos, his jacket was flapping around him so badly that you could see the bullet-proof vest he was wearing. Imagine how skinny he’d look without the bullet proof vest?
     
    We’s a walking pipe cleaner.

  • Keebler-Katmoon Multigrain

    I think it is the campground owned by the Campfire clubs, I think Camp Sealth-for Oasis dance Camp-West with Cassandra and Dahlia Carella-Flamenco and Bellydance. Been dancing for 50 years now.

  • Ferd tam tam Berfle

    I was speaking to a colleague this morning and mentioned the kill cracker comments. He looked puzzled and asked me what had happened. I told him about it and he replied he had heard nothing about it. Of course, he said he rarely watches the news but ocassionally will check out CNN or MSNBC.

    An otherwise really smart person who I consider to be quite competent hasn’t the foggiest idea about what is really going on in this country. Discouraging, actually.

  • Docelder

    It was Bush… ROTFLMAO. It will always be Bush…ROTFLMAO. Bush caused global warming. Bush killed the dinosaurs. Bush did it… ROTFLMAO.