Monday, January 11, 2010

Big Dan's Big News Jan 11, 2010

America going backwards: American Taliban (Republican Party especially of South Carolina) wants to deport Iranians; Media thinks Harry Reid saying "NEGRO" is worse than a GOP congressman proposing legislation to deport a race of people, like the WWII Japanese internment camps! PATHETIC media will talk about the "NEGRO" comment all day instead of the GOP legislation to deport Iranians.

Remember when you were a kid and you learned in history class about the Japanese Americans being thrown in internment camps? And you couldn't believe that happened once upon a time in America? Aren't they teaching this in school anymore? Welcome to the GOP!!! Now, the media is running with Harry Reid saying "NEGRO" instead of a GOP congressman in 2010 actually proposing to deport a certain RACE OF PEOPLE!!! Welcome to 2010 American corporate media!!!

GOP Congressman from...wait for it...South Carolina, wants to deport Iranians!

Japanese Internment camps in U.S. during WWII

Why don't we deport Israelis? THEY are the ones always caught spying on our government, not Iranians!

...but Harry Reid said "NEGRO":

Flashback South Carolina:


She was almost a (scary) president

Authors: McCain aides worried that Palin was ‘mentally unstable’

McCain aide: Palin believed candidacy 'God's plan'

60 Minutes: Revelations From The Campaign

Watch CBS News Videos Online

60 Minutes: A Terrifying V.P. - "MENTALLY LIMITED" - REPEAT: "MENTALLY LIMITED"!!!!!!

Watch CBS News Videos Online

Scary, Crazy, Radical, Religious Zealot...she'll be speaking at the Tea Party in February!!!

Dick Cheney reportedly said Palin was a ‘reckless choice’ for vice president.

Here's the Republican Party when Obama won:

"Terrorist" Bill Ayers to Bill O'Reilly: STOP YELLING AND START LISTENING!!! Palin, Rush Limbaugh, the Republicans, and rightwing media called Bill Ayers a "terrorist" during the presidential campaign. Does this TEACHER look like a terrorist?

Censored in the corporate owned mainstream media: Diane Feinstein used her subcommittee position to enrich her husband via the Iraq War

Feinstein’s Conflict of Interest in Iraq: As a member of the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee, Sen. Feinstein voted for appropriations worth billions to her husband's firms

The U.S. has imprisoned 2,500 children since 9/11 as "enemy combatants", in violation of the Geneva Convention against classifying children as POWs ...

Pulitzer-prize winning reporter Seymour Hersh says that the U.S. Government has videotapes of boys being raped at Abu Ghraib prison (and see this; see also this - General Taguba discusses the sexual humiliation of a father with his son - see this and this).

This doesn't come as a complete surprise, given that assistant deputy Attorney General John Yoo has publicly argued that the president can order the torture of a child of a suspect in custody – including by crushing that child’s testicles.

Torture Is Continuing Under the Obama Administration, Creating More Terrorists and Further Destabilizing the Economy

Security forces confiscated hundreds of rifles, thousands of rounds of ammunition and other military gear in a crackdown on private security contractors in Iraq, officials said on Saturday.

Did the CIA Deploy a Blackwater Hit Team in Germany?

As new government directives are now mandating full body (terahertz) scanning (or pat down searches) of our private parts on all US inbound flights, a recent research article in arXiv points to potential negative health effects from the new technology. Terahertz waves penetrate non-conducting material like clothing, but then they deposit energy in the skin. Now researchers at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory have shown that terahertz radiation may be able to do some serious damage to the DNA it encounters when bouncing off your body

Study Looks Into Potential Side Effects of Terahertz Full Body Scanner Technology

This Is The Government: Your Legal Right To Redeem Your Money Market Account Has Been Denied

Late last week the federal government began floating proposals for reforming America's broken retirement system. The proposed reform centers around the idea of getting people to invest more conservatively and withdraw the money more slowly so that they don't outlive their savings.

Washington's Blog: The Military-Industrial Complex is Ruining the Economy

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