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MADE ME LAUGH

Posted by zeakster on April 29, 2010

Department Of Justic (F.B.I.). U.S.A.

topic of the latest phishing scam. its lke their not even trying anymore

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ANNUAL FORT WAYNE MOTHERS DAY PLANT SALE

Posted by zeakster on April 29, 2010

It’s time to start gardens and add color to landscaping. It’s time for the Botanical Conservatory’s three-day plant extravaganza at Foellinger Theatre in Franke Park!

  • Friday, May 7, 4 – 7 pm
  • Saturday, May 8, 9 am – 5 pm
  • Sunday, May 9, noon – 4 pm

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WHAT A PARTY

Posted by zeakster on April 29, 2010

Here first: Charlie Crist, soon to be independent Senate candidate from Florida, tried to reach White House chief of staff Emanuel through intermediates. WH refuses to take the call. Dems plan big talent/money blitz for Kendrick Meek. BTW: Obama’s approval rating in FL is in high 40s, per internal Dem polling.

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2010/04/the-night-beat-sorry-charlie/39662

CRIST IS SUCH A PIECE OF DIRT WHY DO REPUBLICANS ELECT THESE PEOPLE?  first question to potential candidates should be SO WHAT DO YOU THINK OF ARLEN SPECTRE?

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IM SO DISAPPOINTED

Posted by zeakster on April 28, 2010

BELOW IS A LIST OF cities illegals plan on protesting on may day. surprise surprise no indiana cities. i think its a great opertunity for ice to do a sweep.

Anchorage, AK
Little Rock, AR
Phoenix, AZ
Tucson, AZ (unaffiliated; see below)
Bakersfield, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Napa, CA
Oakland, CA
Oxnard, CA
Sacramento, CA
Salinas, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Santa Rosa, CA
San Rafael, CA
San Bernadino, CA
Terra Bella, CA
Wasco, CA
New Haven, CT
Boulder, CO
Denver, CO
Glenwood Springs, CO
Montrose, CO
Longmont, CO
Yuma, CO
Washington D.C.
Miami, FL
Atlanta, GA
Palatine, IL
Naperville, IL
Chicago, IL
Des Moines, IA
Boston, MA
Portland, ME
Ann Arbor, MI
Detroit, MI
Minneapolis, MN
St Louis, MO
Reno, NV
Freehold NJ
Hightstown, NJ
Morristown, NJ
Manchester, NH
Albany, NY
Albion, NY
Buffalo, NY
Ithaca, NY
Long Island, NY
Manhattan, NY
Peekskill, NY
Queens, NY
Charlotte, NC
Durham, NC
Santa Fe, NM
Cleveland, OH
Columbus, OH
Painesville, OH
Portland, OR
Salem, Oregon
Kennet Square, PA
Philadelphia, PA
Providence, RI
Memphis, TN
Shelbyville, TN
Austin, TX
Brownsville, TX
Dallas, TX
El Paso, TX
Houston, TX
McAllen, TX
Newport News, VA
Centralia, WA
Mount Vernon, WA
Tri-Cities, WA
Seattle, WA
Tacoma, WA
Vancouver, WA
Walla Walla, WA
Wenatchee, WA
Yakima, WA
Milwaukee, WI

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WOW WHAT A TURN OF EVENTS

Posted by zeakster on April 28, 2010

DETROIT – An FBI agent who led the investigation of nine Michigan militia members charged with trying to launch war against the federal government couldn’t recall many details of the two-year probe yesterday during questioning by defense lawyers.

Even the judge who must decide whether to release the nine until trial was puzzled.

“I share the frustrations of the defense team … that she doesn’t know anything,” U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts said after agent Leslie Larsen confessed she hadn’t reviewed her notes recently and couldn’t remember specific details of the case.

Judge Roberts is hearing an appeal of another judge’s order that has kept members of so-called Hutaree militia in jail since their arrest in late March.

The indictment says the nine planned to kill police officers as a steppingstone to a widespread uprising against the federal government.

Defense lawyers, however, say their clients are being punished for being outspoken.
Prosecutors fought to keep Ms. Larsen off the witness stand, saying the defendants had no legal right to question her.

But the judge said the agent’s appearance was appropriate because the burden is on defense lawyers to show their clients won’t be a threat to the public if released.

The nine lawyers asked specific questions about each defendant. Ms. Larsen said she had not listened entirely to certain recordings made by an undercover agent who infiltrated the group.

She said that because they were still being examined, she didn’t know if weapons seized by investigators last month were illegal.

At other times, Ms. Larsen couldn’t answer questions because she said she hadn’t reviewed investigative reports.

Defense lawyer William Swor asked if the No. 1 defendant, Hutaree leader David Stone, had ever instructed anyone to make a bomb.

“I can’t fully answer that question,” the agent replied.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Tukel defended Ms. Larsen, telling the judge it wasn’t clear until Monday that she would testify.

Judge Roberts, however, said she told the government to be prepared last week.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Ronald Waterstreet played an audiotape of what he said were several militia members talking freely about killing police.

The participants talked over each other, often laughed and made goofy noises and disparaging remarks about law enforcement.

Prosecutors objected to questions about interpreting the secretly recorded conversations, but the judge said they were fair game.

The judge will resume the court hearing today.

Prosecutors will have a chance to question people who are willing to be responsible for some of the nine if they are released from jail.

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WOW WHAT A FUTURE OUR CHILDREN WILL HAVE

Posted by zeakster on April 22, 2010

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YOUR KIDDING ME RIGHT KUMAR IN THE WHITE HOUSE

Posted by zeakster on April 21, 2010

THIS GUY has been an aid in the white house for over a year? this is a joke right? what does obama have a thing for white castle or does he watch too much van wilder?

this really does explain alot

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CHRIS MATTHEWS HOW THE ROLES HAVE FLIPPED

Posted by zeakster on April 19, 2010

i have to say im not surprised klien and matthews are so far out there that nothing surprises me anymore. if we are seditious then they are in deep deep trouble keep those passports boys

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THE FOSSIL FUEL COVERUP or THE GREAT DINOSAUR MYTH

Posted by zeakster on April 18, 2010

http://www.rense.com/general63/refil.htm

IF  you want a real conspiracy ask yourselves why this isnt common knowledge. ive known for years, i read golds book when it came out in 1999, that this was occuring and ive always wondered why there was no huge outcry for more research. the reason seems to be it doesnt help eco nut jobs or the boone pickens of the world. if you would like to learn more about this “controversial theory” pick up “deep hot biosphere” by thomas gold. its an  eye opener

ALSO  http://www.oralchelation.com/faq/wsj4.htm

http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=47675

http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/2003/02/17/337289/index.htm

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A GOOD SIGN

Posted by zeakster on April 17, 2010

By MARK SHERMAN (AP) – 1 day ago

WASHINGTON — Justice Stephen Breyer predicted Thursday that the Supreme Court will one day pass judgment on this year’s health care overhaul.

Breyer told a congressional panel that the massive health care law, like most major federal legislation, is a good candidate for high court review.

More than a dozen Republican attorneys general in several states are determined to challenge the law in federal court, arguing that its requirement that Americans get health insurance is unconstitutional.

Breyer said the court’s relatively light caseload in recent years will soon be a thing of the past.

“I’d predict that three, four years from today, no one’s going to ask us again why we have so few cases,” Breyer said at a hearing on the court’s budget before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government.

Justice Clarence Thomas said at the same hearing that the court’s caseload, a third less than it was 20 years ago, depends in large part on what is happening in Congress. “Until recently, there hasn’t been comprehensive legislation of the kind that would fill our docket,” Thomas said.

The court still deals regularly with aspects of a 36-year-old federal law on retirement and health benefits as well as a mid-1990s statute that is designed to speed appeals in death penalty cases.

Lawmakers also quizzed the justices about allowing cameras in the courtroom.

Breyer has been much more open to televising court proceedings than others, including Thomas. Americans’ understanding of the court would increase if they could see it in action more easily, Breyer said.

But he said the justices also have serious concerns about things being taken out of context and having televised high court hearings used to try to open criminal trials to television cameras. He said juror and witness security must be taken into account.

Rep. Jose Serrano, D-N.Y., the subcommittee chairman, said he worries that commentators might use court coverage to launch broadsides against the justices. “Did you hear Breyer? What a jerk. Did you hear Thomas?” Serrano said.

Thomas, who does not ask questions at court arguments, piped up at that point. “You mean, didn’t hear me,” Thomas said.

Copyright © 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

of course im sure the liberals on the court are wetting their lips in anticipation of destroying more of the constitution. i hope the rhinos in the senate realise this next court appointment could mean their future

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