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  • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jan 5, 2009 3:43 PM Flag

    (Market related) More hidden what? (1)

    This post exceeds Yahoo's character limit, and the thread is already tangled, so I'm replying via a new topic to your 2:25 PM post "Re: (Market related) New twist on citizenship issue (2)" (198652) at

    http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_A/threadview?m=tm&bn=700&tid=197763&mid=198652

    http://
    messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z
    %29/Stocks_A/threadview?m=tm&bn=700&tid=
    197763&mid=198652

    >>I didn't look at it until I saw that stat putting them at number 1. But it is good and it's the only news page I've seen that presents your local news compiled from news sites closest to your location. That might be its secret.<<

    I looked at Yahoo's news site sporadically many moons ago. I'll have to check it out again. I remember it did have a wide spectrum of articles.

    >>Two scandals since the election. It's turning into a muddy slog to the inauguration.<<

    Do you remember any other President-elect's pre-inauguration time so riddled with scandal? Obama's natural-born citizenship issue seems to be heating up, too. After seeing the Bill Richardson headline on Drudge last night, I 'made rounds' of various blogs and learned that Linda Starr, an informed member of Philip Berg's inner circle, wrote this at Berg's blog yesterday. (The bracketed note is mine; the asterisk is due to the blog's mechanism with 'ass' letter groups.):

    <. . . [a certain deadline] means Phil will now have the right to pursue the sealed case on his own without having to wait for the DOJ to do something. Having been a Deputy AG for PA, it means he knows how to proceed with this case as a criminal prosecution. . . . Today's date means a lot of things that I really shouldn't talk about, but I can tell you it frees Phil up to take action. . . .

    . . .

    . . . to keep you updated on anything I am allowed to reveal without jeopardizing these cases. And now I want to say something about evidence. Remember how I once said that there have been backdoor ways to get some evidence, that were not exactly proper, but certainly not illegal? People have helped us with learning things that others are desperate to not have known. For example, people in Kenya who have helped us could lose their lives if their role in certain events were made known. The Bishop in Kenya who helped Phil with getting the interview of Granny Sarah Obama had to flee the country with his wife and four children because allegedly Odinga sent a death squad after this man. Phil had to arrange for them to hide in a US Emba*sy in another country until he could get them out of Africa. That was one of our backdoor ways to get that interview information out of Kenya. Other people in Kenya have also helped us, but we have to be sure they are not jeopardized either by revealing certain informaiton. I can tell you we are sure Barry was born in Kenya, not Hawaii. . . .

    . . .>

    http://www.obamacrimes.com/

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    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jan 25, 2009 8:07 PM Flag

      >>No but it (Mylar draped over one's home) might provide sufficient insulation to avoid the problem. :-)<<

      LOL You can see I know a lot about Mylar. :-)

      (I was just making rounds. Details to come.)

    • >>Our friendly Big Brother. Someone said something about Mylar maybe not working well with infrared. Is Mylar used as insulation? Or could one drape Mylar over one's home to foil the snoops? :-)<<

      No but it might provide sufficient insulation to avoid the problem. :-)

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jan 24, 2009 6:31 PM Flag

      >>Sort of . . . I don't think Bush expected it [hijacking via coup], <<

      Nor would Bush, who dedicated his presidency to the war he declared on global terror, collude with radicals to turn over the US to Socialists, Marxists, Communists. I'm still waiting for a person of integrity to show up among Obama's comrades, someone not linked to the Chicago machine, someone not linked to the Middle Easterners said to have been so vitally intere$ted in Obama's Harvard law school education.

      >>and I'm not sure Paulson planned it, but he certainly used the opportunity. This was all custom made for Obama who will be happy to nationalize the banks. <<

      Cloward-Piven's strategy of orchestrated crisis comes to mind. Have you looked at this flow chart lately?

      http://www.americanthinker.com/ACORN%20Networ.jpg

      http://www.
      americanthinker.com/ACORN%20Networ.jpg

      >>I doubt Obama had a hand in initiating it, but he'll damn sure take advantage of it.<<

      I'm still thinking Manchurian candidate. I don't think this author (whose "full time job" is RedState) was saying that in this article linked from American Thinker's "Barack Obama and the Strategy of Manufactured Crisis" article, but he does document much of the New Party's history and Obama's role in that party and in ACORN. Perhaps this note sheds light on why it's so difficult to find among his comrades someone with character? . . .

      <. . . Obama won the New Party’s nomination and, through fusion with his Democratic votes, he became the Democratic nominee. Using ACORN’s get out the vote efforts and relying on his gerrymandered Democrat district, Obama moved on to the State Senate. While there, he paid back the New Party and the far left. He opposed the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, he opposed legislation that would have prohibited the sale of pornography across the street from elementary schools and churches, and he supported allowing criminals to sue their victims if their victims injured the criminals in self-defense.>

      http://www.erickerickson.org/blog/?p=4975&print=1

      http://www.
      erickerickson.org/blog/?p=4975&print=1

      And you've seen his latest legislation.

      >>Yes I read about that. . . . apparently they made law requiring the greenification of homes (increased insulaton etc.) so this is their enforcement mechanism. Just a matter of time until it comes here, only our government will check your home by satellite.<<

      Our friendly Big Brother. Someone said something about Mylar maybe not working well with infrared. Is Mylar used as insulation? Or could one drape Mylar over one's home to foil the snoops? :-)

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jan 24, 2009 3:31 PM Flag

      >>Yes, we're close to that [a majority on the dole or at least paying no taxes] right now. Once we're pushed over the line there's no going back because no one is going to vote that they should pay more taxes or give up some benefit.<<

      People being 'downgraded', robotized. That's reverse evolution, isn't it?

    • >> . . . Do you believe, as I do, that the US has been hijacked by a masterfully executed coup? And you will still trust this S-M-C government to safeguard your bank deposits?<<

      Sort of . . . I don't think Bush expected it, and I'm not sure Paulson planned it, but he certainly used the opportunity. This was all custom made for Obama who will be happy to nationalize the banks. I doubt Obama had a hand in initiating it, but he'll damn sure take advantage of it.

      >><Now council chiefs are sending heat detector vans down your street... to snoop on 'wasters'><<

      Yes I read about that. . . . apparently they made law requiring the greenification of homes (increased insulaton etc.) so this is their enforcement mechanism. Just a matter of time until it comes here, only our government will check your home by satellite.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jan 23, 2009 4:51 PM Flag

      >>It's what he didn't say . . . he painted an exceedingly rosy but totally vague picture and people saw what they wanted to see.<<

      For a walk down Memory Lane . . .

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=381gFG4Crr8

      http://www.
      youtube.com/watch?v=381gFG4Crr8

      "If I help him, he's gonna help me!" she said, anticipating the dole from YOUR taxes and MY taxes and VINCE's taxes and RICHARD's taxes and BESTDEKE's taxes and . . .

      >>it's already started in the US. When Paulson diverted from buying the toxic asset backed paper the banks were holding to buying the banks themselves they started nationalizing the banks. All the bailouts are now government purchasing bank stock, eventually the government will own the banks completely. They're doing it in Britain too, though they've never had many qualms about that sort of thing over there..<<

      Paulson was able to do that by _preventing_ the oversight that the lawmakers made him write into his revised bailout plot. Do you believe, as I do, that the US has been hijacked by a masterfully executed coup? And you will still trust this S-M-C government to safeguard your bank deposits?

      >>If it's the government doing that it's scary.<<

      _Finally_ I found it. I'd been googling for 'truck' when the word was 'van'. It's in the UK; I had also mistakenly remembered it as taking place here. But can it be far behind?

      <Now council chiefs are sending heat detector vans down your street... to snoop on 'wasters'>

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1126635/Now-council-chiefs-sending-heat-detector-vans-street--snoop-wasters.html

      http://www.
      dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1126635/
      Now-council-chiefs-sending-heat-detector
      -vans-street--snoop-wasters.html

      Ribald1's comment at L was right on the money:

      <The evolution of every 'good' idea in government.
      First recommend it
      Then subsidize it
      Then require it>

    • >>That [a majority on the dole or at least paying no taxes] is exactly what you said would happen, insuring that his ilk would remain 'elected' ad infinitum.<<

      Yes, we're close to that right now. Once we're pushed over the line there's no going back because no one is going to vote that they should pay more taxes or give up some benefit.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Jan 23, 2009 3:09 PM Flag

      >>Libby got screwed. Very ugly of Bush to let him swing.<<

      I agree. And now I'm wondering about blackmail. That could be involved. Without some overriding reason, Bush's lapse is inexplicable.

      >>That and a lot more. I agree with Dick Morris who sees Obama succeeding at implementing socialism with the FDR-like excuse of saving the economy (which can only save itself):
      ...
      http://www.
      dickmorris.com/blog/2009/01/21/the-obama-presidency-h ere-comes-socialism/
      <<

      Morris is 1000 percent right. And remember, Morris was a Clintonista during that administration; no one can say Morris is a cradle conservative.

      <Roosevelt passed crucial and permanent reforms that have dominated our lives ever since, including Social Security, the creation of the Securities and Exchange Commission . . . .>

      The SEC isn't worth the powder to blow it up. Regulations the SEC _should_enforce, it ignores, but it pushes regulations that result in the raping of the little guys' brokerage accounts. That's the SEC's doing, not Roosevelt's, but still. At this point I do not see the federal government doing ANYthing that is TRULY for 'mere' citizens. The blatant appearance is that it's ALL for lining the pockets of the politicians and the wealthy.

      <[Obama] will begin by passing every program for which liberals have lusted for decades . . . .>

      He's begun. Babies may now be freely murdered. Terrorists may be set free. Remember now his stated loyalty?

      <In the wake of 9/11, my meetings with Arab and Pakistani Americans, for example, have a more urgent quality, for the stories of detentions and FBI questioning and hard stares from neighbors have shaken their sense of security and belonging. They have been reminded that the history of immigration in this country has a dark underbelly; they need specific reassurances that their citizenship really means something, that America has learned the right lessons from the Japanese internments during World War II, and that I will stand with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.>

      And have you wondered why Roberts and 0 — who had met privately before the inauguration — screwed up the inaugural oath over the Lincoln Bible and later 0 (reportedly, and NO photo) repeated the oath with NO Bible?

      <In the process, he will create a permanent electoral majority that does not pay taxes, but counts on ever-expanding welfare checks from the government. . . .>

      That is exactly what you said would happen, insuring that his ilk would remain 'elected' ad infinitum.

      < Instead, Obama will follow the opposite of the Reagan strategy.>

      What must Nancy be thinking now?

      <. . . the government will impose healthcare rationing, denying the older and sicker among us the care they need and even barring them from paying for it themselves. (Rationing based on income and price will be seen as immoral.)>

      Where did that notion of immorality come from?!

      <He will move quickly to legalize all those who have been in America for five years, albeit illegally, and to smooth their paths to citizenship and voting. He will weaken border controls in an attempt to hike the Latino vote as high as he can in order to make red states like Texas into blue states like California. By the time he is finished, Latinos and African-Americans will cast a combined 30 percent of the vote. . . .>

      No surprise there. :-[

      PE, time and again when I think of where this country is headed, the same memory (from a Hemingway movie, I'm pretty sure) floods my thoughts again — that of Russian soldiers trudging bootless through freezing snow. WE will feel the pain of those feet.

    • >> . . .What in the world did he say that generated such an insane belief? . . .<<

      It's what he didn't say . . . he painted an exceedingly rosy but totally vague picture and people saw what they wanted to see.

      >Is the bank nationalization already taking place in Britain? . . .<<

      it's already started in the US. When Paulson diverted from buying the toxic asset backed paper the banks were holding to buying the banks themselves they started nationalizing the banks. All the bailouts are now government purchasing bank stock, eventually the government will own the banks completely. They're doing it in Britain too, though they've never had many qualms about that sort of thing over there..

      >> . . . did you read at L that some sort of a truck with a sensor(s) has been driving up and down streets gauging (via infrared?) how much energy is seeping out of people's homes and then notifying them? . . . <<

      If it's the government doing that it's scary.

    • >> . . . How can words help Libby?<<

      Libby got screwed. Very ugly of Bush to let him swing.

      >> . . . we're going to be losing our freedom of speech. . . .<<

      That and a lot more. I agree with Dick Morris who sees Obama succeeding at implementing socialism with the FDR-like excuse of saving the economy (which can only save itself):

      http://www.dickmorris.com/blog/2009/01/21/the-obama-presidency-here-comes-socialism/

      http://www.
      dickmorris.com/blog/2009/01/21/the-obama-presidency-here-comes-socialism/

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