Fw: More Fraud Uncovered

Sent: Monday, August 09, 2010 3:09 PM
Subject: Fwd: More Fraud Uncovered

Have a barf bag handy when you read this.

Sent: 8/8/2010 7:36:39 P.M. Central Daylight Time
Subj: More Fraud Uncovered
Honestly there seems to be nothing honest about this regime.   Time  Madame Guillotine performed at the  White House and Capitol.  Somehow the power of the vote just doesn't cut it anymore.    R/   T.


Anonymous said...

So getting (delayed, and still unfunded) justice for farmers who were stepped over and ignored by racist policies is now some grand scheme for reparations?

But remember, these people aren't racist! Not one bit! You all are the racists, for even thinking that their comments which put down other races are racist. Why would you think that, unless you too ar racist, you racists!

Anonymous said...

I love the part about "Madame Guillotine". Yes, that's how we deal with our legally elected government in this country, by threatening to kill them and their families. The founding fathers would be proud.

ferschitz said...

1. Pajamas Media is lying rightwikng propoganda on steroids and sent Not-Joe the Not-Plumber to report on the war in Palestine.

2. Unsurprised that they're lying about this issue with AA farmers. This is part of the reason why lying Breitbart was paid off by Rupert Murdoch to lie about Shirley Sherrod. Sherrod has been fighting the racism of the Dept of Ag for many years. The Dept of Ag is fighting paying what is owed to AA and other minority farmers.

Rigthwingers love to whine about family farms being deleteriously affected by increases to inheritance taxes, but when it comes to appropriately assisting AA family farms: fahgedaboudit.

"Madame Guillotine"?? WTF?? Note that particular bit of red meat tossed out to the slavering dogs. Makes me feel mighty uncomfortable and too close to the lynch mob mentality. This is very deliberate.

Anonymous said...

It's sad how Breitbart can lie about ACORN and lie about Shirley Sherrod, yet right-wingers latch onto this as proof he's a "genius" who was trying to "expose" this case all along.

From Wikipedia:
Far beyond the anticipated 2,000 affected farmers, 22,505 "Track A" applications were heard and decided upon, of which 13,348 (59%) were approved. [...] Beyond those applications that were heard and decided upon, about 70,000 petitions were filed late and were not allowed to proceed.

gruaud said...

If the elite can incite their loser
supporters to violence, that is a
huge win for them.

Turns the losers away from the
real source of their misery and it
just might intimidate the "Other"
to shut up and, even better,

"Just accept it; there's nothing you
can do about it anyway."

Sometimes I wonder how all that
money, power, and pervasive influence
can be stopped. Have to keep fighting
them, though.

Zeno said...

So when terrorists lop off heads in the Middle East, that's a bad thing. When crazy-ass teabaggers want it done in the East Room, that's patriotism.

Makes total sense. Yeah.

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