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  • beijingyank beijingyank Jun 27, 2005 11:00 AM Flag

    18 months-Convict!

    18 months, looks like you lost your right to vote convict!

    Don't worry, Pinchy will step up and offer to do the time in your place. It's the macho in him that will make him do it.

    When I look at dead kids in Iraq without arms, legs and their brains dripping on their face, I don't have any sympathy for advocate yellow pens like yours.

    More advocate NeoCons need to spend time in Gitmo!

    WMD indeed~!

    We will hand a "yellow" ribbon on the old oak tree for you CONVICT!

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    • Zachary W. Carter, a former United States attorney, as saying, "I don't believe that a company has the right to put the assets of its shareholders at risk in an act of civil disobedience."

      Gun control advocate, packing heat Putzy has other ideas. He has been arrested twice for civil disobedience and I am sure holds it as a badge of honor. Meanwhile, how much of the company�s money has he pizzed away in legal fees?

      I guess it is great to have the silver spoon dangle from one�s mouth and be unimpeachable at the same time.

      It is a fundamental, Natural, given, intrinsic, unalienable, Right in a free society to able right to face your accuser.

      This press mantra of �Sources? Sources? We don�t need to show you no stinking sources,� really makes them fell and behave like they are above the law.

      Because most newspaper people have little to no experience or education in the things they are asked to report on, it sure makes them perfect targets, or marks to dupe. Heaven help the little guy that is libeled by these thugs because he does not have the ways and means to fight it out in a long drawn out court battle. Especially when shareholders find out what the bill for this Epstein fiasco is. Clearly, Epstein comes before the second class stockholders according to Putzy.

      Man they dragged and lynched Blair for offenses trivial compared to the yellow journalistic agenda of lies Mrs. Epstein perpetrated on the public. Thousands of innocents died because of her pabulum bull sheit.

      The press is really spinning it as a real blow to their ability to report the news.

      Gees, looks like these nitwits with a pen are going to have to work for a change instead of waiting to someone to come along and give them a juicy story all wrapped up pretty with a bow on top.

      It will be an outrage if Mrs. Epstein gets home confinement when you see what treatment people like Dr. Wen Ho Lee is dished when these guys do what is natural and screw it up.

      God help the little guy with these rouge thugs running around.

    • The "fifth" remark was pretty funny.

      Oil is moving up. Hit and held at $59 a barrel.
      You got to short this stock. Expenses up, circulation and advertising down, management is clueless, huge debt, employees going to jail, dangerous current ratio, and insiders can't sell their shares fast enough.

      Anyone going long here has to take the "fifth."

    • DON'T FORGET THIS WHEN TALKING ABOUT NAZIS...under the precedents established at Nuremberg, Bush and other members of his administration such as Dick Cheney, Colin Powell, Paul Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleezza Rice, and others, could be indicted and tried for war crimes under international law.�

      Remember these people...

    • Heroin smuggling was first introduced to the American Mafia in the 1920s by Jewish gangsters such as Meyer Lansky, "Legs" Diamond, and "Dutch" Schultz.

    • "And you keep tellin` us China has no drug problem. LOL"

      China did have a drug problem once.

      "Hong Kong and the Sassoon Opium Wars

      When the 99 year British lease on Hong Kong's New Territories expired, the Crown of the City of London's Colony was ceded to China. Of hundreds of newspaper stories and TV reports that covered this event, not one revealed how England first gained control of Hong Kong! The truth lies buried in the family line of David Sassoon, "The Rothschilds of The Far East," and their monopoly over the opium trade. Britain won Hong Kong by launching the opium Wars to give the Sassoons exclusive rights to drug an entire nation!

      David Sassoon was born in Baghdad, Iran in 1792, son of Saleh Sassoon, a wealthy banker and the treasurer to Ahmet Pasha, governor of Baghdad (making him the "court Jew" -- a highly influential position). When Ahmet was overthrown for corruption in 1829, the Sassoons fled to Bombay, India, the strategic trade route to India and gateway to the Far East. Soon the British government granted Sassoon "monopoly rights" to the manufacture of cotton goods, silk and most importantly, Opium -- at that time the most addictive drug in the world!

      The Jewish Encyclopedia of 1905, states that Sassoon expanded his opium trade into China and Japan. He placed his eight sons in charge of the major opium exchanges in China. According to the 1944 Jewish Encyclopedia: "He employed only Jews in his business, and wherever he sent them he built synagogues and schools for them. He imported whole families of fellow Jews . . . and put them to work."...

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