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AmericainDistressFlagToday marks the first anniversary of the infamous May 31, 2008 Democratic Party Rules and Bylaws Committee in Washington, D.C., at which thousands of demonstrators from 30 states gathered to witness the spectacle we had hoped so fervently not to see.  People of all races, genders, ages, creeds and political persuasions traveled thousands of miles to gather in the hope that the honesty and integrity they’d believed existed would materialize at the 11th hour of the most dastardly primary campaign in our history.  Sadly, hopes were dashed in short order as, even before the meeting convened, in the weeks beforehand, thousands of letters expressing concern about the integrity of the Democratic Party went either unheeded, unanswered, or rudely and crudely responded to by the likes of Donna Brazille and Alice Germond.  The crudeness and rudeness of Brazille’s comments became legendary and a website exhibiting the worst of her emails came into being.

The day was sobering indeed, as credentials were withheld from Hillary supporters in favor of an overwhelming majority of Obama supporters, who arrived decked out in Obama tee shirts and lots of flair, both of which are specifically prohibited for those in attendance, but were allowed that day, only for Obama supporters, who filled the hall in great numbers.

The cravenness with which the RBC conducted that meeting will never be forgotten: consistently breaking their own rules, the RBC took a long lunch break [3 times the original length of one hour], and, instead of conducting their negotiations under public scrutiny–if one could characterize a room full of Obama supporters as “objective public”–it was apparent that the deals were made in private over that extended lunch.  It was the worst of times–and yet, it was the best of times, because the realization that so many Americans had sacrificed so much to be present that day was the beginning of true mobilization and coming together.  I left Washington that night with a firm resolve not to support a party that so willingly and wantonly corrupted itself, and the flicker of a small flame of encouragement, for having seen so many people united for their country heartened me as the corruption had sickened me.  We were no longer alone, wringing our hands in frustration and rage.  We had found one another.

The rest is history: Four of  Hillary’s delegates were given to someone who sued NOT to be ON the Michigan ballot [because he knew he would LOSE],  18 Million voters were disenfranchised, and the Democratic Party became known as simply an extension of Chicago style thuggery, corrupt as ever.  It was truly the day Democracy died, and our Constitutional Republic foundered.  It was a day of infamy worse than Pearl Harbor, and it was the day the seeds of PUMA were sewn.  Regardless of what anyone thinks of PUMA, PUMApac or any other of its permutations, one thing is certain: a very large group of Americans decided on that day that they would NOT support a party that had disenfranchised them, especially under such corrupt circumstances.  A nationwide movement began that day and continues to this day.  It is the second Declaration of Independence, and we now have the Tea Parties to prove it.  Coalitions in support of our Constitution, our electoral system and our Constitutional Republic have sprung up by the hundreds since that day, and continue to grow at a rapid rate.  Glenn Beck’s 912 Project has become the only coalition enjoying main stream media attention, but there are countless others sharing the same philosophy and goals: honoring our Constitution and restoring our Republic. 

And so, across our nation last June, out of those ashes rose the Phoenix of resistance as groups began to meet and form plans of action.  Mine met in New York’s Central Park on a sunny Saturday afternoon on the rocks overlooking the duck pond, and before I knew it, I had an online identity called Central Park 7, named for the group that met that day.

We travelled to Denver and St. Paul for conventions, contacted congress and press, and campaigned for our candidates.  We took pride in our willingness to stand up for what we believed in and logged countless miles going back and forth across this great country.  We wept in rage and pain as our hearts broke with each affront on our Republic by the media and politicians and resolved more firmly than ever to refuse to allow them to despoil the system of government our forefathers designed.  And we are still at it.  Many evolutions and transitions have occurred; I, who never considered having a radio show, now have three, because I feel it is my duty as an American to work as hard as I can to get the truth out as much as I can in order to countermand as much as possible the propaganda ministry that has supplanted our free press.

To all those comrades in arms I have met…and to all those I will meet in this effort to take our country back, I say thank you.  To our Military and their families, I say thank you and god bless.  And to those who would subvert our country and our Constitution, I say beware. Be very afraid, for we are Americans and we will never give up.constitution puma small

bwssnino;)

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WRCGreetings to all today as we begin our “Official” Memorial Day weekend in memory of our fallen heroes. Today is also the birthday of W.R. Connor, USMC, 1/12, Whiskey Company, who served in and around Chu Lai and DaNang ’65-’66. He passed from this world as a result of his service there, from agent orange complications, many years after returning home. RIP Connor, and all our brave heroes who gave their lives for our country. You performed your duty as a radioman proudly and well.

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…Imams 101.  No, it’s not a soccer score, it’s Religion going cyber. The Pope’s on Facebook and All Is Well. The Pope’s new account, entitled “Pope2You, ”  shares the marketing ring of names like ToysRus, and invokes the concept of an all inclusive, direct line to the head of the church. Even the Imams are getting on board, having recently decided that their flocks may use Facebook, but only for contact with work and friends–no gossip or flirting allowed.

Meanwhile, the Boys From Brazil are back in the form of a new generation of race “purists,” 14 of which, according to the Jerusalem Post, were recently arrested for an alleged neo nazi plot to bomb two synagogues in Southern Brazil’s Porto Alegre.

Today’s coup de grace, however, underlining all of these surrealities, [there’s *THAT* word again] is Joseph Farah’s World Net Daily report on the Billboard Movement that’s sweeping the country which he has named “The Truth and Transparency Campaign.” Within 48 hours of the request for donations, a billboard owner contributed his space to add to the fast growing campaign to erect billboards requesting proof of Obama’s citizenship and eligibility to serve as POTUS across the country.

As WND’s billboard campaign to raise visibility of the issues surrounding Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility yesterday continued to attract eager donors, the president had this to say:

“I will never hide the truth because it is uncomfortable.” [Say WHATTT???]

[Like myself, and any other reasonable person], Joseph Farah, WND’s editor and chief executive officer, reacted to Obama’s statement in stunned amazement.

“This is a guy who has no trouble turning over sensitive documents from previous administrations, but he still refuses to release for public view something seemingly so innocuous as his own birth certificate…This is a double-standard wide enough to sail the Queen Mary 2 through. Statements like this need to be challenged by a vibrant and free press. And that’s what our ‘Where’s the birth certificate?’ billboard campaign is all about.”

More than $35,000 has been raised in the first 72 hours of the national billboard campaign – and the first sign, an electronic one, is already up and online. Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND, said he’s calling it “the truth and transparency campaign.” The money is being used to erect billboards around the country that ask a simple question: “Where’s the birth certificate?”

The first such sign to be posted under the 3-day-old campaign, a digital, electronic one, is up and online on Highway 165 in Ball, La. – the result of a donation by the owner. In addition, based on the heavy volume of financial donations in the first two days of the campaign, WND was able to commit to leasing two more standard billboards – one in Los Angeles and the other in Pennsylvania.

Anyone wishing to contribute to this nationwide campaign to raise awareness and get the truth out may do so by clicking on http://shop.wnd.com/store/item.asp?DEPARTMENT_ID=13&SUBDEPARTMENT_ID=84&ITEM_ID=2866

Please note, however, that the birth certificate is NOT the ultimate arbiter here. Irrespective of WHERE this man, whatever his name is, was BORN, were legalNEITHER OF HIS PARENTS were legally able to confer American citizenship on him: his father was Kenyan and his mother was too young. ADDITIONALLY, the fact that he was an Indonesian citizen and travelled to Pah-kee-stahn on that passport in 1981 would further disqualify him as a natural born American citizen because having become a citizen of Indonesia at some point after having been adopted by Lolo Soetoro, his resultant allegiance to a country other than American renders him ineligible to serve. See: http://birthers.org , http://puzo1.blogspot.com , http://therightsideoflife.com

And so, at the start of this 2009 Memorial Day weekend, [“Official, ” NOT “Actual“] consistency continues to reign: The Rabbit Hole remains the center of our Universe, and the only reasonable approach is to live expecting the unexpected.

Blessing all Warriors and watching over them this weekend, be they on battlefields or highways for holiday travel. [The latter can, at times, resemble the former, so be careful out there everyone!]

bwssnino;)

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bunnyI offer a compendium of topics, related only by their surreal qualities. Either that, or that 3 hours of gardening today pumped out so much serotonin that I cannot be held responsible for what The Mind On Serotonin does.

In New York it’s 4:37 PM, a soft and sunny 75; it’s 1:57 AM in Kandahar, Afghanistan, 70 F, and I just finished reading the newswire about Marjah, where American forces have seized 16 tons of opiates, 45 tons of explosive making material and a large supply of heroin refining product. Not far from there, in the Desert of Death, so named by locals for its less than hospitable conditions, the USMC is building a 443 acre Camp Leatherneck, started in January, which will house the largest combat zone parking field [that’s for air craft, not cars] in the world, so it looks like we’re there to stay awhile.

Sadly, John Brown, Jr., one of the original 29 Navajo Code Talkers who developed a communication code the Japanese were unable to break passed from this world yesterday at the age of 88. Their contribution to our success in WWII was monumental and was not declassified until 1968. The 29 received the Congressional Gold Medal in 2001. As we near Memorial Day, it is ever more important to remember that although the “official” day of remembrance was changed so that it could always be on a Monday, thereby affording Americans another annual three day weekend, the actual Memorial Day falls on May 30.

On other fronts, California is still broke, Nancy Pelosi is still a liar, and Joe Biden is still as senseless as a goat, having revealed the location of the Vice Presidential safe house to the public.  Since it was fitted out in 2001 at great expense, it was fairly new and will probably now have to be recreated elsewhere at the taxpayers’ expense.  As usual.

In New York four people were arrested today on charges of plotting to shoot military aircraft at Stewart Airfield with Stingers, blow up two Synagoges in the Bronx, and generally create havoc and terrorism wherever they could find it. It is said that three of them converted to Islam while serving time in American jails…and the BOzo in the White House wants to bring Gitmo guys here??

A friend who spent time in a locked mental ward recently told me he had been watching a Lakers game on the TV there when the cameras showed some footage of Jack Nicholson, an avid fan, in the stands. He couldn’t help being reminded of watching Nicholson years ago in a theater in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” wherein Jack unwittingly becomes trapped in a locked mental ward. Yes indeed, welcome to the Rabbit Hole, where life imitates art, the insane seems sane and the surreal unfolds, all day, every day.

bwssnino;)

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for veterans had to be cancelled when its backers suddenly

withdrew, citing fear of “the current political climate.” This is sad

commentary on our country, its government and the private

sector it appears to hold on a very short leash. Anyone who would

withdraw funds previously offered to veterans out of fear of

repercussion from the current administration is clearly in as sorry

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