Glenn Beck, a Mormon, defends Romney, free of charge on CNN, with Wolf Blitzer looking on – then he plugs his book.

If this isn’t INSIDER sex, I don’t know what is. And, quite honestly, seeing it from the corner makes me a little queazy. My Gawd, please get a room already !!!!

I went to Hillary’s today and told her goodbye

Knock Knock —Whos’s There — Your Party! Don’t you remember us? —-OH! YOU!  I’m so sorry. I forgot about you people. So sorry, come in, come in, let me pour you some poison. Ooops, silly me, I mean tea. [gaggle gaggle]

 Here have a seat people. Now….what can I do for you? Make it quick please.

Well, Hills, we are confused.

Really? Why ? Bill and I are your Peeps!  Relax., I got it handled. I’m gonna win.

Well, we don’t think so Hills. That’s why we’re here.

WHAT ????

We have some bad news.

Bad news?  Is this going to take long?

Well, no, actually, we have some very bad news.

Oh for craps sake! Spit it out already!

Bring it down a notch Hills.


Hills – you have lost your freaking mind.

[choke-spurt-gag] EXCUUUUUSE ME ????

Well, see Hills, you forgot who we are.  We are the Democratic Party. Remember us? We want peace. We want compassion.  We want truth and sunlight and honesty. We want fair play. We want good jobs and equal educaton for all. We want health care we can afford without being mandated to pay for it to your rich friends. We don’t want to be told that we MUST vaccinate our children. We think that’s evil. And, we don’t like Blackwater. Lastly, we don’t want bases in Iraq. We don’t think it’s a good idea to steal their oil.  And, we would like a new 911 investigation Hills, especially since you were there when all this happened. We have more questions, but we can see you are not feeling well.


Well, one more thing please….


Bill needs to calm down out there on the campaign trail Hills. It’s embarrassing us. We would like the two of you to just nevermind. We brought you two some cookies to thank you for the – uh – memories.


Well, we voted for your husband. Twice. We were going to vote for you. Then we saw that you have changed. Was that a pill – or a lifelong deception, awaiting just this moment -or was that the Rulers O The World who have laid the law down to you? Are you ISIS ? A Witch? Or just going through menopause? We do like Chelsea though.


Oh, we will. We just felt we owed it to you to say goodbye.


[glass breaking]

Poor Dear. Girls, did you have any idea she was really like that?

[ in concert]  Oh Yeah.

Next stop….Obama.

Well, I do kind of feel sorry for her.

Yeah, me too. She’s got great hair though.

[fade to black – literally]



Scandal-Plagued Mercenary Firm

 Blackwater Makes a Play for the Big


By Jeremy Scahill, The Nation
Posted on December 8, 2007, Printed on December 14, 2007

Gunning down seventeen Iraqi civilians in an incident the military has labeled “criminal.” Multiple Congressional investigations. A federal grand jury. Allegations of illegal arms smuggling. Wrongful death lawsuits brought by families of dead employees and US soldiers. A federal lawsuit alleging war crimes. Charges of steroid use by trigger-happy mercenaries. Allegations of “significant tax evasion.” The US-installed government in Iraq labeling its forces “murderers.” With a new scandal breaking practically every day, one would think Blackwater security would be on the ropes, facing a corporate meltdown or even a total wipeout. But it seems that business for the company has never been better, as it continues to pull in major federal contracts. And its public demeanor grows bolder and cockier by the day.

Rather than hiding out and hoping for the scandals to fade, the Bush Administration’s preferred mercenary company has launched a major rebranding campaign, changing its name to Blackwater Worldwide and softening its logo: once a bear paw in the site of a sniper scope, it’s now a bear claw wrapped in two half ovals — sort of like the outline of a globe with a United Nations feel. Its website boasts of a corporate vision “guided by integrity, innovation, and a desire for a safer world.” Blackwater mercenaries are now referred to as “global stabilization professionals.” Blackwater’s 38-year-old owner, Erik Prince, was No. 11 in Details magazine’s “Power 50,” the men “who control your viewing patterns, your buying habits, your anxieties, your lust. … the people who have taken over the space in your head.”

In one of the company’s most bizarre recent actions, on December 1 Blackwater paratroopers staged a dramatic aerial landing, complete with Blackwater flags and parachutes — not in Baghdad or Kabul but in San Diego at Qualcomm Stadium during the halftime show at the San Diego State/BYU football game. The location was interesting, given that Blackwater is fighting fierce local opposition to its attempt to open a new camp — Blackwater West — on 824 acres in the small rural community of Potrero, just outside San Diego. Blackwater’s parachute squad plans to land at the Armed Forces Bowl in Texas this month and the Virginia Gold Cup in May. The company recently sponsored a NASCAR racer, and it has teamed up with gun manufacturer Sig Sauer to create a Blackwater Special Edition full-sized 9-millimeter pistol with the company logo on the grip. It comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. For $18, parents can purchase infant onesies with the company logo.

In recent weeks, Blackwater has indicated it might quit Iraq. “We see the security market diminishing,” Prince told the Wall Street Journal in October. Yet on December 3 Blackwater posted job listings for “security specialists” and snipers as a result of its State Department diplomatic security “contract expansion.” While its name may be mud in the human rights world, Blackwater has not only made big money in Iraq (about $1 billion in State Department contracts); it has secured a reputation as a company that keeps US officials alive by any means necessary. The dirty open secret in Washington is that Blackwater has done its job in Iraq, even if it has done so by valuing the lives of Iraqis much lower than those of US VIPs. That badass image will serve it well as it expands globally.

Prince promises that Blackwater “is going to be more of a full spectrum” operation. Amid the cornucopia of scandals, Blackwater is bidding for a share of a five-year, $15 billion contract with the Pentagon to “fight terrorists with drug-trade ties.” Perhaps the firm will join the mercenary giant DynCorp in Colombia or Bolivia or be sent into Mexico on a “training” mission. This “war on drugs” contract would put Blackwater in the arena with the godfathers of the war business, including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon.

In addition to its robust business in law enforcement, military and homeland security training, Blackwater is branching out. Here are some of its current projects and initiatives:

— Blackwater affiliate Greystone Ltd., registered offshore in Barbados, is an old-fashioned mercenary operation offering “personnel from the best militaries throughout the world” for hire by governments and private organizations. It also boasts of a “multi-national peacekeeping program,” with forces “specializing in crowd control and less than lethal techniques and military personnel for the less stable areas of operation.”

— Prince’s Total Intelligence Solutions, headed by three CIA veterans (among them Blackwater’s number two, Cofer Black), puts CIA-type services on the open market for hire by corporations or governments.

— Blackwater is launching an armored vehicle called the Grizzly, which the company characterizes as the most versatile in history. Blackwater intends to modify it to be legal for use on US highways.

— Blackwater’s aviation division has some forty aircraft, including turboprop planes that can be used for unorthodox landings. It has ordered a Super Tucano paramilitary plane from Brazil, which can be used in counterinsurgency operations. In August the aviation division won a $92 million contract with the Pentagon to operate flights in Central Asia.

— It recently flight-tested the unmanned Polar 400 airship, which may be marketed to the Department of Homeland Security for use in monitoring the US-Mexico border and to “military, law enforcement, and non-government customers.”

— A fast-growing maritime division has a new, 184-foot vessel that has been fitted for potential paramilitary use.

Meanwhile, Blackwater is deep in the camp of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Cofer Black is Romney’s senior adviser on counterterrorism. At the recent CNN/YouTube debate, when Romney refused to call waterboarding torture, he said, “I’m not going to specify the specific means of what is and what is not torture so that the people that we capture will know what things we’re able to do and what things we’re not able to do. And I get that advice from Cofer Black, who is a person who was responsible for counterterrorism in the CIA for some thirty-five years.” That was an exaggeration of Black’s career at the CIA (he was there twenty-eight years and head of counterterrorism for only three), but a Romney presidency could make Blackwater’s business under Bush look like a church bake sale.

In short, Blackwater is moving ahead at full steam. Individual scandals clearly aren’t enough to slow it down. The company’s critics in the Democratic-controlled Congress must confront the root of the problem: the government is in the midst of its most radical privatization in history, and companies like Blackwater are becoming ever more deeply embedded in the war apparatus. Until this system is brought down, the world’s the limit for Blackwater Worldwide — and as its rebranding campaign shows, Blackwater knows it.

Jeremy Scahill, a Puffin Foundation Writing Fellow at The Nation Institute, is the author of the bestselling Blackwater: The Rise of the World’s Most Powerful Mercenary Army, published by Nation Books. He is an award-winning investigative journalist and correspondent for the national radio and TV program Democracy Now!.

© 2007 Independent Media Institute. All rights reserved.
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Hillary Clinton Can’t be Trusted on Iraq
By Stephen Zunes, Foreign Policy in Focus
Clinton’s position on Iraq is almost indistinguishable from Bush’s. Read more »

  Let’s talk about “emboldening terrorists.” Last week I spoke with Steven Kull, director of the Program on International Policy Attitudes, for an upcoming piece. Kull’s shop has polled Iraqis repeatedly since 2004. He told me: “More than three-quarters of those Iraqis we polled believe the U.S. plans to establish permanent bases in Iraq,” and “it appears that view is closely related to support for attacks on U.S. troops.” In fact, he said, “Among those who believe the U.S. will withdrawal, just 34% favor attacks against U.S. troops, but among those who believe the U.S. will not withdraw, 68% favor attacking coalition forces.”It’s axiomatic that insurgencies require some support from the communities in which they operate. So when Bush and Iraqi PM Nouri Al-Maliki signed a long-term cooperation agreement, they encouraged Iraqis to support the insurgency. Iraqi civilians and U.S. troops are the ones who pay the price. Every time the Bush administration talks about an extended presence in Iraq, every time Bush or his supporters talk about a “Korea Model” of US-backed security in Iraq, every time a presidential candidate says, as Hillary Clinton did recently, that the U.S. must continue its “military as well as political mission” in Iraq for the indefinite future, they short-sightedly deny people the ability to peacefully resist the occupation and force at least some to take up arms who would not otherwise be so inclined.

Talk of a long-term presence in Iraq “emboldens extremists” and gets people killed. Just about everyone with a decent handle on the dynamics at work in Iraq understands this, but it rarely enters our own discourse.

We do what we can to influence that discussion, and there’s some great content this week.

-Joshua Holland
Editor, War on Iraq special coverage



Of all people to question Obama’s drug use, it’s hilarious that it’s Clinton, or even the Bushies on the other side. GWB is said to have been snorting cocaine in his younger days (and who knows when else). 

The churchy people are so offended by Obama’s truth telling drug use, all the while their PASTORS are doing crystal meth and engaging in homosexual sex – OVER AND OVER. Every month, there’s a new story!

Obama, owns his drug use, writes about it, takes responsibility for it, and ALL OF A SUDDEN, Clinton’s lying under oath to obstruct justice seems like such old news !

 If it were’nt so funny, I would call Goddess Hillary and remind her that her husband was accused of RAPE, and even suspected of Murder? He used the oval office to have *relations with that woman” ooops, I mean girl.

I think it’s good to own up. I think it’s good to KNOW people. Then, we can make educated choices. But, when the masked ones use their bully pulpit to point a shaky finger at others, I have to laugh.

Obama is running away with the democratic nomination. John Edwards is right there with him.

I’d be afraid, and they obviously are.  But that might depend on what the meaning of IS IS.

The world is full of hypocrits. Please, bring the damn end times so I can go home. I’ll be over here,  doing a collage on Ted Haggard and Larry Craig.



Up a wee closer on Romney’s Lawn Mower Guys: CNN? MSNBC? FOX?

Romney indicated there would be NO WAY to know the men mowing his lawn were illegal immigrants. NICE TRY. He spoke to them directly in their spanish language. He and Ann were up close and personal with the lawn mower guys.

Here’s a snippet:

Illegal immigrants toiled for governor

Guatemalans say firm hired them

This story was reported by Jonathan Saltzman and Maria Cramer of the Globe staff and by Globe correspondent Connie Paige and was written by Saltzman.

SUCHITEPEQUEZ, Guatemala — Outside his aqua-colored concrete house here, Rene Alvarez Rosales paused under an almond tree to answer questions about a subject with which he has surprising familiarity: Governor Mitt Romney’s Belmont lawn.

For about eight years, Rosales said, he worked on and off landscaping the grounds at Romney’s home, occasionally getting a “buenos dias” from Romney or a drink of water from his wife, Ann.

“She is very nice,” said Rosales, 49.

About 6 miles away in Copado, a 37-year-old man who recently returned to Guatemala from the United States told a similar story, describing long days tending Romney’s 2 1/2-acre grounds.

“They wanted that house to look really nice,” said the worker, who asked to remain anonymous. “It took a long time.”

As Governor Mitt Romney explores a presidential bid, he has grown outspoken in his criticism of illegal immigration. But, for a decade, the governor has used a landscaping company that relies heavily on workers like these, illegal Guatemalan immigrants, to maintain the grounds surrounding his pink Colonial house on Marsh Street in Belmont.

The Globe recently interviewed four current and former employees of Community Lawn Service with a Heart, the tiny Chelsea-based company that provides upkeep of Romney’s property. All but one said they were in the United States illegally.

The employees told the Globe that company owner Ricardo Saenz never asked them to provide documents showing their immigration status and knew they were illegal immigrants.

“He never asked for papers,” said Rosales, who said he had paid smugglers about $5,000 to take him across the US-Mexican border and settled in Chelsea.

The workers said they were paid in cash at $9 to $10 an hour and sometimes worked 11-hour days.

Romney never inquired about their status, they said.

In addition to maintaining the governor’s property, they also tended to the lawn at the house owned by Romney’s son, Taggart, less than a mile away on the same winding street.


I don’t have a beef with the lawn mower guys. Good for them for making nice acreage for Senor Romney. It’s just that I don’t think it’s nice of Romney to deceive, again and again and again and again.

Read the rest of the VERY interesting article. Why hasn’t the press PRESSED him deeper on his statements of recent debates.

Mormons own largest cattle ranch in USA and Hardball just said Hillary scored big on Cattle Futures.

That’s it. Nothing more.

Did I mention that HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON = 231 V

MITT = 231 V

HOLY MOLY —-what are the odds.

Oh, and this:


holy moly ——— WHAT ARE THE ODDS

Hillary Rodham cattle futures


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In 1978 and 1979, lawyer and First Lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham engaged in a series of trades of cattle futures contracts. Her initial $1,000 investment generated nearly $100,000 when she stopped trading after ten months. In 1994, after Hillary Rodham Clinton had become First Lady of the United States, the trading became the subject of considerable controversy regarding the likelihood of such a spectacular rate of return, possible conflict of interest, and allegations of disguised bribery.[1] allegations that Clinton strongly denied. There were no official investigations of the trading and Clinton was never charged with any wrongdoing.

Billy Bob- Tell us what it means PLEASE ????

I’m sure it’s just one of those pesky coincidences.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Deseret may refer to:


  • Deseret alphabet, a phonetic language developed in the mid-1800s in Utah Territory to assist foreign-speaking immigrants in learning English  (uh…)
  • Deseret Ranch in Florida, the largest cattle ranch in the United States


Clinton Signs Religious Zoning Law
US President Bill Clinton signed a bill protecting religions from discrimination under local zoning laws into law on Friday. The bill addresses the concerns of many religions, including the LDS Church, that local governments are using zoning laws to keep them from building new churches or expanding existing ones.

Oh sorry for connecting dots…..

I have a new game for all the boys and girls of Religion Land:


Free Clues: 

They do Fox News, We don’t make news.

They point their fingers at us and we point them back at *them*.

They say bad things to us and we shout back at them.

They have good jobs. We paint mandelas and eat organic.



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