Sep 24, 2006


Sen. Macaca here?


Blogger Jackie said...

I haven't been called the N word since 1965 and the pain it so hard it really never healed. But God blessed me because for 41 years I've met only people who think of all as equal. Now I never have been to Virginia but I know the people aren't like Allen.
Remember your not born racist your taught racism but once you can think for yourself it's your decision.

10:36 PM  
Blogger t said...

I hadn't seen the first part of that before. Chapelle really knows how to make'em look like the dumb rednecks they are hehe
Some don't like his in-your-face approach-but I do.

Jackie, one of my dearest friends had a similiar experience, she's a few years older than me. It was through her eyes I really saw what racial discrimination was like. Very ugly.

Like that old commercial, there are two places race doesn't matter-the nursery and the graveyard. I have some distant relatives that are bigots and I slam them for it in conversation whenever I get the chance. You are right its taught but there is no excuse when one gets a mind of their own.

11:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

British abuse to kids in Iraq.

11:20 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

I hope honest to god Jim Webb puts that advert on TV. What a statement! Saying "you're a nigger" ho boy every single station needs to capture that.

That will be the death knell for the Gerbil licker's campaign!!! No way Senator Allen should get back in, they booted out the Diebold machines just for that reason. Get Allen gone!

12:08 AM  
Blogger Josh said...

Well said Jackie. It is racism is an acquired mindset, not congenital.

But anyhow, It is an extremely beautiful day starting up, and good morning to my fellow JB's! *thumbs up*

When I woke up, the temperature was 72 and super humid... two hours later, it is now 69 and dry. Makings of a great day, and it seems most of the country will be getting the same. :)

Time to garden. :oD

7:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

chapelle the white supremacist is a neo con shill for zionism.

7:33 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Hate detroys the person it lives inside and they always show their true colors....

top of the mornin' to all...

7:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lapdog CBS covering Geico's little geiko, therefore CYA 9/11. Must have been losing business or people have figured out the arrogance in their commercials.

Think anyone will ever forget?

Lapdog CBS had some former spook on this morning too (sorry, hadn't had my coffee yet, but same name as race car driver, I think---chubby face, beard). Anyway, bashing Clinton with bin Laden saying Bill had 8-9 chances to get Osama and W. only one!! Tell us another one, Harry you ass kisser.

So, Armitage and Clinton to take the fall. I seen another film where Armitage is getting set-up? to take the fall. Who knows anymore?

8:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As we are all witnessing right now, whistleblowers that would make the system stay honest are being strongly discouraged and even purged from federal employment. In a recent memo by new CIA Director Porter Goss, one of those involved in the 9-11 cover-up and one of the three persons (Senators Graham and Kyl, Congressman Goss) that Pakistan ISI head Lt.Col. Mahmood Ahmed was meeting with in Washington when 9-11 happened, issued this warning to CIA employees. Remember that it was this Pakistani lieutenant colonel that wired $100,000 to Mohammed Atta shortly before 9-11.

Ah yes, see it wasn't Armitage after all like this new plan and film tries to stuff down our throats. The above info has been floating around for a long time.

8:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a 'think tank' does for a nation and the world. Who do they really help besides themselves?

8:53 AM  
Blogger t said...

Good Morning All,

Anon 9:04 and 9:21-exactly why the media can put its 10 ugly heads between its leg and kiss themselves good-bye. And "think tank"- a job for people like Ledeen & Perle who can't get a real job...their "theories" all failed and they are still clueless.

I am starting the research to sue the pants off them for lying to military families. They shall pay dearly for their short term war profiteering. How stupid-greedy can they be not to think that no one would ever hold them accountable?

It will be a class action suit of thousands of families hurt by this war and media lies

And its so cut and dried-ya'll should see those sharks eyes light up when I ran the case law past me lawyer buddies heehee

9:00 AM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Good Morning Justice Bloggers..

*LOL* on the Video!


9:19 AM  
Blogger t said...

PS- Ohio might be blue, but there's still some red- necks that is

Vitriol, but no violence, at neo-Nazi rally Downtown
The counterprotesters had their own message: "Racist, sexist, anti-gay, Nazi bigots go away," they chanted.

"If you had any guts, you’d take off that dress," Quincy Thomas, 30, of the East Side, shouted at a robed KKK speaker while rattling the chain-link fence that separated them. Police then warned him.
"Dress" hehe

Hi GEFFY-yes good video I like Chappell

9:22 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

that was classic Chapelle...

It seems that racism is one of those subjects that as a society we don't speak about much anymore unless we are confronted by an overt racist incident...that's one reason why I like Chapelle's in-your-face humor...

Yes, racism and other forms of prejudice are taught and passed is so damaging to individuals and to society...but there is always hope that people can change for the better...I'm not sure Allen has gotten there yet!

Jackie, I am sorry to hear that you had to be the recipient of such vile ignorance & hatred... thanks for sharing your reminds all of us how damaging racism is and how deep it's wounds are for indviduals

On another is sunny and beautiful here in the midwest...

Good Morning Justice Bloggers...

9:27 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

You go with your class action suit!
These liars and war profiteers need to be held accountable!

It is very disgraceful and scary how this WH administration is trying to crush whistleblowers...

9:32 AM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


Yep, Mass Media is clueless and their perceived meddling is ruining lives..

But in their defense they are doing what the govt(DHS directives) is telling them to do so we all know who's behind it..

They're doing the same thing they did in Vietnam and the Movie by Robin William called Good Morning Vietnam will show you what they're doing...

Filtering, manipulating, and distorting news to fit the Administrations goals.

However the Administrations goals are clear now. To destroy the Constitution of the United States in order to Join us to the North American Union and the NWO...

and that is NOT tinfoil...

9:32 AM  
Blogger t said...

It's a gorgeous day here too, CC-bigots and all...

GEF said and that is NOT tinfoil

Yeah, I wish it was! I'll look at those directives too.

I've seen that movie-the distortion is even worse now-at least we saw pictures then...

There are some very deviant disturbed people in these positions of power-and like Ted Kennedy said-they are a cancer which has spread around the world. Amazing a handful of demons like them could do so much damage.

It will be a tough fight for the media to come up against nearly 4,000 military families- the case law is not on their side-but hey, they wished for this...

Did they think we were all too too-pid to know "whose yer daddy?" Defense contractors, in their case heehee

9:49 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...


LOL Had to do that...Robin Williams ROCKED in that movie! :)

Well, their tricks are getting uglier...

GOP aide busted for fake blog posts on liberal sites

10:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you think about this? Amber,0,3821049.story?page=2
"Contractors give the agency enormous flexibility and are an important part of our workforce," said Paul Gimigliano, a spokesman for the CIA. "As partners, they help us build or enhance specific capabilities we need for a finite period."

U.S. intelligence agencies have used contractors for decades. Corporate giants such as Lockheed Martin Corp. have long competed for classified contracts to build spy planes and satellites. Spy services routinely use private companies to handle support functions, such as providing security or building classified computer networks.

In fact, two-thirds of the contractors at the counter-terrorism center are information technology workers who manage computer systems. And independent contractors have at times played significant roles in overseas operations, including pilots who flew clandestine supply runs for the CIA in Vietnam.

But current and former officials said spy agencies now depended on contractors to a greater extent than ever envisioned to carry out their basic spying missions.

The trend is particularly pronounced at the CIA. Whereas other intelligence agencies can take advantage of employees detailed to them from branches of the military, the CIA is more dependent on a civilian workforce.

The CIA has been hiring at a record pace in recent years. But it takes years to train new case officers, let alone to develop seasoned operatives capable of delicate missions in global hot spots. The agency has also turned to contractors to plug deep holes left by staff cuts and hiring freezes in the 1990s.

Meanwhile, new intelligence entities created to fix Sept. 11-related failures — including the intelligence director's office and centers tracking terrorism and weapons proliferation — have created thousands of new positions and cannibalized the ranks of the CIA and other agencies.

One former senior CIA official said the agency had outsourced an array of core jobs in its own counter-terrorism center, including the task of posting names of new terrorism suspects to immigration and law enforcement watch lists.

And despite restrictions that bar contractors from holding positions of authority over agency personnel, current and former U.S. intelligence officials said that contractors functioned as de facto team leaders in numerous stations around the world, and routinely handled clandestine meetings with CIA sources.

In Baghdad, contractors "do everything, especially 'ops' work," a former CIA officer who has served extensively in Iraq said of the operations functions. "They're recruiting [informants], managing the major relationships we have with the military, handling agents in support of frontline combat units. The guys doing that work are contractors. They're not staff officers."

Contractors have played similarly significant roles in Afghanistan. Gary C. Schroen, who was among the first CIA employees to enter the country after the Sept. 11 attacks, continued to travel to Pakistan and Afghanistan after retiring and going to work as a CIA contractor. Among his assignments was to monitor relationships with regional warlords as well as the head of the Afghan government's intelligence service.

There are other restrictions on contract employees. At the CIA, contractors cannot disburse money or handle personnel matters such as filling out employee evaluation forms. For high-ranking officials who leave, there are other restrictions, including a required "cool down" period of one year during which they are barred from returning to the agency to solicit business.

But former CIA leaders are in high demand and frequently serve as officers in companies that have contracts with their former agencies.

John Brennan, for example, retired last year as head of the National Counterterrorism Center and is now chief executive of the Analysis Corp., which supplies contract analysts to the center. In an interview, Brennan said that any contracts with the counter-terrorism center predated his arrival at the Analysis Corp.

Contractors are subject to the same background checks and security clearance requirements as full-time employees, officials said. But some of that clearance work itself has been outsourced, officials said, and even the screening done by the CIA hasn't been infallible.

In one well-known case, David A. Passaro was hired as a contractor with the CIA's paramilitary service even though he had a record of abusive behavior and had been fired by a Connecticut police department. Passaro was convicted of felony assault earlier this year in federal court in North Carolina for his role in the beating of a detainee who died in Afghanistan in 2003.

U.S. intelligence officials said that Passaro's case was an aberration and that security problems had not been more frequent among contractors than among career officers.

In another high-profile case, the CIA inspector general is investigating whether the agency's former No. 3 official, Kyle Dustin "Dusty" Foggo, improperly accepted expensive vacations and other rewards for awarding CIA contracts to a lifelong friend who is linked to the bribery scandal surrounding ex-Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham.

Some officials fear that the growth in contracting is fueling a so-called spy drain, in which talented officers are being lured to the private sector by firms offering pay increases of 50% or more.

At the CIA, poaching became such a problem that former Director Porter J. Goss had to warn several firms to stop recruiting employees in the agency cafeteria, according to former officials familiar with the matter. One recently retired case officer said he had been approached twice while in line for coffee.

"It's like sharks in the water," said the officer, an overseas veteran who has handled assignments in Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East. "As soon as the word went around that I was leaving, my e-mail in-box was pinging. People were calling me at home."

Sanders, the official in Negroponte's office, said it was unclear whether the spy drain problem was real. Anecdotal evidence suggests that some officers are leaving early, he said, but attrition rates have not risen in recent years.

Another worry is that the reliance on contractors is eroding agency budgets. Sanders said a recent personnel study by the Senate Intelligence Committee found that contractors were typically paid 50% to 100% more than staff officers to perform comparable work — a disparity that can create internal tensions.

"It's a serious morale problem when you've got a guy in the field making $80,000 and a contractor making $150,000," said the former case officer who served in Iraq. "And the [staff employee] is supposed to supervise the guy making twice the money."

The spike in the use of contractors is likely to diminish as the bumper crop of recruits at the CIA and other agencies rises through the ranks. However, officials said that was a process that would take years.

10:47 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Monday!

I guess the topic of discussion is about Allen/Chapelle's video of the KKK/racism.

I agree with Jackie that no one is born a racist but is taught racism from the day that you are born. I have seen and been around racism but not just African-Americans. Since this country is such as melting pot with mixure of cultures, many American people don't have purely only one race. Chappelle's comedy is funny but he has a underlining meaning behind his comedy.


"I hope honest to god Jim Webb puts that advert on TV. What a statement! Saying "you're a nigger" ho boy every single station needs to capture that."

If Jim Webb was smart, he should not put the word "nigger" on any ad or utter the word. I don't think Allen, Congress, the Gerbil, or anyone on the blog know where the word "nigger" originated from. It came from the word "niger" but the word in slavery time changed to be a derrogatory word towards black. But, the word did not necessary mean just blacks but anyone with color. Believe it or not, the N word was used as a derrogatory word toward a person from India, a person who has a darker complexion. I had studied non-Western culture and India was one of the countries that I studied. But, using the N word in an ad to attack Senator Allen is only breeding more anger and racism and being just as ignorant as Allen. And that is not what this is election is about. The best thing that Webb can do is nothing and keep campigning on his principles because Allen is still sitting in his own sh*t from his racist statements. The public will decide in Virginia if they want a racist in office.

12:08 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Racism in Modern America

Racism is a danger which has plagued America throughout it's existence as a nation. In years following the heyday of the Civil Rights movement of the 60's this danger has both increased and receded. Many pundits have offered their opinions, explanations and accusations.

But where has this really left us?

What is a Racist?

There can be many answers to this question, and many different types of racists.

(This article defines different types of racism...very interesting.)


12:43 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

This is unbelievable...check out this story about media manipulation and Newsweek (below)

The next thing we know...when Dumbya invades Iran, everyone in Europe will know, but not us Amreicans because Newsweek decided to put Paris Hilton on the cover with her yakking about "How HOT Fitzgerald is" (no offense Counselor..just making a point :)...) What a crock of $#!t from Newsweek!


"The United States edition of the October 2, 2006 issue of Newsweek features a radically different cover story from its International counterparts, RAW STORY has learned.

The cover of International editions, aimed at Europe, Asia, and Latin America, displays in large letters the title "LOSING AFGHANISTAN," along with an arresting photograph of an armed jihadi.

The cover of the United States edition, in contrast, is dedicated to celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz and is demurely captioned "My Life in Pictures."

12:53 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Great news for the people of Pennsylvania!

Green Party candidate off Pa. ballot

HARRISBURG, Pa. - A judge on Monday ordered the Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate removed from the November ballot because the party did not have enough valid signatures in its nominating petitions.

Little Ricky is hosed in the election. When you manipulate, it comes back and bite you in the ass. The people will send Scrotum and his carpetbagger rear end a message in November!

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Sen. George "macaca" Allen said...

I have read this blog and do not approve of this message. White power!

1:29 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Pennsylvania rocks!

War in Iraq pushing more voters toward Democrats

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - Growing disenchantment over the Iraq war is proving the great equalizer in many areas, blurring traditional social and demographic distinctions that made it easy to paint sections of the electoral map red or blue.
Take the well-off Philadelphia suburbs, bastions of sidewalk cafes and million-dollar-plus homes. Here, Ginny McGovern, a mother of two and a nutrition therapist, no longer considers herself the lone Democratic voice among a chorus of Republicans.
McGovern said she and her neighbors now are singing from the same page - at least on issues such as the war, spending and President Bush.
"I think they were all for Bush in the beginning, but I think now they've kind of changed their tune a little bit," said McGovern, 42. "It doesn't matter if they're Republican or Democrat, they all think it's unnecessary."
The wealthy Philadelphia suburbs historically have been a Republican stronghold, but recent shifts in voter registration and voting patterns have moved the region toward the Democrats.

1:40 PM  
Anonymous the people of Virginia said...

I read your comments Senator George "Macaca" Allen and we don't approve of your message. Virginians will send you packing!

1:42 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Ok on a serious note Fitzgerald is in the closed door hearing about that graymail thing. SPB can better explain it but I'm asking all of you to say a little prayer today for Fitz that he gets to allow justice to flow from the court and not let criminals walk because our system is corrupt. I still hold hope that Judge Walton will follow the oath he took as Judge and no cave in to the White House crooks and liars.
If Americans lose the courts thereby not having laws we will most likely have chaos and corruption will run rapid.

1:56 PM  
Blogger just say no to fascism said...


About Rick Santorum: That's the best news I've heard all day!!
And I'm guessing that since Santorum is one of the most vulnerable GOP Incumbents, that he will be pretty much left behind because the GOP will be concentrating on the stronger GOP Incumbents. Also, hoping more skeletons continue to pour out of George Allen's closet. Is he ever a Rascist Scumbag!

And Jackie, we will be praying for Fitz. A prayer for Fitz and the Justice System.

2:12 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


The closed door hearing is not just about graymail. The closed hearings is to make all determinations concerning the use, relevance, or admissibility of classified information that would be made in the trial. That is the first part of the closed hearings. The second part of the closed hearings which scheduled for October 10, 2006. This second closed hearings will deal with Walton's decision on what classified information will be admissible at trial.

Hope this information helps!

2:13 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"we will be praying for Fitz. A prayer for Fitz and the Justice System."


Yes, indeed! Glad you like the good news about Scrotum. Have ye faith as I say. Scrotum is finished. I am sure Allen got more skeletons in his closet. His N word toward black in his youthful is on the tip of the iceberg on other racist remarks and behaviors that he has done while he was or wasn't an elected official.

2:18 PM  
Blogger just say no to fascism said...

Here's to hoping that November turns out to be a nightmare for Republican Incumbents!

2:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Well, if the wealthest part of Pennsylvania and GOP dominated are now voting Democrat in November because they are all pissed as one person: the Gerbil, then I think the GOP is in the rude awakening. It will be their own party that will turn on them in November. The GOP is too focused on the Democrats.. What frightening me is those areas that are prominently GOP that will be vote Democrat. They won't change parties but they simply want a change!

2:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LaRouchies are okay until you get a group of them together.

3:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Check this out!


Bush’s own church, the United Methodist Church, has launched “a week of protest and civil disobedience against the war in Iraq by signing a declaration of peace urging President Bush to pull U.S. troops out of the country.”

His own church, folks, is against the Gerbil! How low can you get?

3:52 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


Ambien told Russert on Meet that Press:

Ambien: "Bet me that we'll do ok in November!"

What does Ambien know that he's so certain ?

Is the GOP about to commit political suicide ?

If it backfires they'll be all hung for Treason because we're watching them now!

1. Are they gonna Hack the Vote like JFK Jr is saying ?

2. Is OBL gonna appear in US custody ?

3. Is a big Attack in America gonna occur that Ambien is privy to and/or part of ?

4. Is our Economy gonna Tank ?

One of these is the Answer!

Remember: I was right about them pulling the Osama Card(Rumors about his death are flying)

Is the United States in Jeopardy and is this gerbil admin part of it just like 911 ?

7:38 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...


P.S. One of these will lead to the sheeple checking off that OK-to-hit Iran free pass!

7:40 PM  
Blogger just say no to fascism said...


Me thinks you got the inside track!
Tell us! It's really making me nervous!

8:52 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I am gonna guess that it is...

3. Is a big Attack in America gonna occur that Ambien is privy to and/or part of ?

10:38 PM  

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