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FBI SPY FLYER

When I stopped laughing long enough to be wipe my eyes and breath, I thought I would add a fourth part to this series of posts.
Remember that flyer from the FBI that was posted on WND that I showed and talked about in my post “FBI’s most wanted list Part II”?

I just wanted to Hi-lite a few things from that flyer, and a few of the many reasons why it is so incredibly stupid.

Obviously whoever wrote it never took a class on Critical Thinking 101 or ever learned about logical errors or even has any logic for that matter.

1. According to the flyer, as you can see, Crocodile Dundee has to be a terrorist worthy of being arrested. He is not only interested in using dynamite for a purpose other than it was intended for, he did use it…
Pay close attention to the end of this video for proof that Crocodile Dundee is a terrorist.

2. According to this section, I must be a terrorist because I’m missing parts of two of my fingers on my right hand. Never mind the fact that they were severed on a gasket cutting machine in an industrial accident when I was only nineteen.
3. According to this section, FEMA has to be infested with terrorists. Look at the official FEMA website… http://www.fema.gov/areyouready/assemble_disaster_supplies_kit.shtm
Look at this snip from their website:

According this this flyer it’s a sin to just be a wise steward of their money, who isn’t stupid enough to use a credit card for everything and spend a tremendous amount on interest rates when you don’t have to.

And sense when is it a criminal act to protect your identity from everyone who asks for it.
I went to a medical clinic and they asked for my social security number and I told them they didn’t need it. Am I a terrorist? Don’t think so Tim!

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google search for picture of statue of Liberty and 4th of July fireworks- http://www.crazywebsite.com

Ever since its inception, the FBI has been one of the most respected Law enforcement agencies in the world.
I highly respect law enforcement for all that they do for us. They are to be honored for protecting citizens all across the country. However, unfortunately, it seems the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has changed itself drastically into the Federal Bureau of Idiots.
The previous two posts were about the FBI putting out a flyer encouraging owners and workers of hotels, motels, sporting-goods stores and surplus stores to spy and report on their fellow Americans.
Why this flyer should make you laugh, scream with anger, and cry with sadness all at the same time.
1. This is America home of the brave, not Amerikka home of the snitch!
2. Our country was founded by people who thought the very thing that the FBI is calling terrorism was the principle on which this country was founded.
3. Are we going to get arrested for going backpacking or camping now? Think about it, they want stores to report purchases of waterproof matches and meals ready to eat.
4. They want stores to report people who are buying something and don’t know anything about what they are buying. (Am I the only one who thinks this is incredibly stupid?) We’d have to report and arrest everyone over the age of 55 who buys a computer for the first time, or women who buy sports equipment for their husbands. Who would be left?
5. If the founding fathers that wrote, signed and fought for the Declaration of Independence were still alive, the FBI would apparently want them spied on and probably arrested for terrorism.
6. The majority of gun owners and sporting-goods stores and “surplus” stores hate liberals and believe in the patriotic American way of life. What makes the FBI think that they would go out of their way to spy on American citizens like a bunch of communists in cold war Soviet Union?
7. Why should we spy on born and bred US Citizens when the Federal Government has turned a blind eye to people that aren’t even from this country who have known ties to terrorists, if not terrorists themselves?
When did it become a crime in America to be proud of your patriotic roots? When did it become a crime to speak your mind?
The First Amendment of the United States Constitution states:
Amendment 1 – Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression ratified on 12/15/1791. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Does any part of that flyer smell like the stench of Anti American governmental control to anyone else?
Yet sadly, most of America is more concerned about what outfits Lady Gaga (who’s no lady) and Heidi Klum are going to wear, than they are about their rights being slowly swiped out of their grasp by their own government which is supposed to protect those rights.
It’s no wonder Obama rushed to induct Kegan into the Justice Hall of shame aka our Supreme Court. She not only violated a federal law and got away with it (as Dean of Harvard Law she denied the US military recruiters space to recruit on campus), she also was the first dean in the history of Harvard Law to remove Constitutional law from the curriculum and add European style law.

Believe it or not the FBI has published this incredible flyer to encourage American citizens to spy on each other and report to the listed number on the flyer. Ripley himself, wouldn’t even believe this one.

Amerikans spy on your neighbors


Below is a link to an article from WND that discusses a recent flyer issued by the FBI.
http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=332925

FBI's most wanted list

If you see these men report them to the FBI

DO YOU KNOW THESE MEN? THE FBI WANTS THESE MEN FOR CRIMES OF HIGH TREASON AND TERRORISM!

 

New Hampshire:

Josiah Bartlett, William Whipple, Matthew Thornton

Massachusetts:

John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, Robert Treat Paine, Elbridge Gerry

Rhode Island:

Stephen Hopkins, William Ellery

Connecticut:

Roger Sherman, Samuel Huntington, William Williams, Oliver Wolcott

New York:

William Floyd, Philip Livingston, Francis Lewis, Lewis Morris

New Jersey:

Richard Stockton, John Witherspoon, Francis Hopkinson, John Hart, Abraham Clark

Pennsylvania:

Robert Morris, Benjamin Rush, Benjamin Franklin, John Morton, George Clymer, James Smith, George Taylor, James Wilson, George Ross

Delaware:

Caesar Rodney, George Read, Thomas McKean

Maryland:

Samuel Chase, William Paca, Thomas Stone, Charles Carroll of Carrollton

Virginia:

George Wythe, Richard Henry Lee, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Harrison, Thomas Nelson, Jr., Francis Lightfoot Lee, Carter Braxton

North Carolina:

William Hooper, Joseph Hewes, John Penn

South Carolina:

Edward Rutledge, Thomas Heyward, Jr., Thomas Lynch, Jr., Arthur Middleton

Georgia:

Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton

Yes this is meant to be a bit of tongue and cheek but when you read Part II it’s not so funny any more.

Well, I don’t think even Ripley would believe this load of cra* that Obama’s administration is hoisting upon the American public.
Below is an article from the Spokane Examiner, isn’t it amazing how you never hear about the Obama administration trying to rip our rights away on major publications or major news networks?

“I’ve never said a prayer in my life that didn’t end with Jesus Christ,” said the Rev. Scott Rainey, left, who’s shown with Erin Leu, attorney for Liberty Institute.

Credits:

Terri Langford Chronicle .

Federal judge overrules Obama VA, says pastor can pray in the name of Jesus
By Joe Newby, Spokane Conservative Examiner
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One would expect to hear a Christian pastor pray in the name of Jesus at a cemetery on Memorial Day.

That’s what Pastor Scott Rainey of Houston’s Living Word Church of the Nazarene has done for the last two years. This year, however, he was ordered not to by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the Houston National Cemetery.

After being asked to submit his prayer in writing before the service, the pastor was told by cemetery director Arleen Ocasio he could not pray unless he edited the text and removed the name “Jesus.”

The prayer concluded with “in the name of Jesus Christ, the risen Lord.”

“Our national cemeteries are places for all veterans of all beliefs,” Ocasio wrote. “We cannot be exclusive at a ceremony meant to be inclusive for all our nation’s veterans.”

Attorney Geoff Berg supported Ocasio’s position, calling it “the American way.” “This is a country without a specific religion,” he told My Fox Houston.

But a federal judge stepped in and the pastor was allowed to give his prayer.

According to Fox News:

U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes issued the order preventing the Dept. of Veterans Affairs and the Houston National Cemetery from ordering Pastor Scott Rainey to remove the name of Jesus from his prayer. The judge ruled that such censorship violated the First Amendment.

The First Amendment reads:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

Jeff Mateer of the Liberty Institute represented Rainey, and called the action by the VA ‘government censorship.’

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“Our veterans fought and many died for our religious freedom and to have it stripped away under the façade of inclusiveness is the height of offense to those who have served our country,” he said.

Jared Woodfill, Chairman of the Harris county Republican Party, called the move “religious persecution” by “the wild-eyed left.” Woodfill writes:

Respected Houston Pastor Scott Rainey, who has delivered invocations before the Texas State House of Representatives, the Harris County Commissioners Court, and for the past two years, at the Houston National Cemetery’s Memorial Day Ceremony, was denied the permission to pray according to his faith.

Woodfill’s harshest criticism was directed at the Obama administration:

The Obama Administration is trying to socialize the American economy and now they’re also coming after our religious liberty.

Liberty Institute attorney Erin Leu told Fox News Radio that Ocasio’s actions were clearly unconsitutional and issued a warning: “People should be very alarmed that the government was attempting to censor someone’s private religious prayer.”

For now, Pastor Rainey can continue to pray in the name of Jesus Christ – even in a National Cemetery.

“I have never said a prayer in my life where I didn’t end it by saying ‘in the name of Jesus Christ, I pray, amen,’” Rainey told My Fox Houston.
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Continue reading on Examiner.com Federal judge overrules Obama VA, says pastor can pray in the name of Jesus – Spokane Conservative | Examiner.com Obama administration tries to chip away more of our rights”

USMagazine, Friday, June 17, 2011, 6:44am (PDT)

  • Angie’s good deeds continue!

     Angelina Jolie touches down in Altinozu, Turkey, on Friday afternoon, where she’ll meet with nearly 10,000 refugees from war-torn Syria.

    The Associated Press reports that 36-year-old Jolie, Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner, will be greeted at the refugee camp with a 16-yard banner reading “Goodness Angel of the World, Welcome.”

     The refugees have fled Syria due to a violent crackdown on anti-government protesters.

     Jolie, whose last humanitarian visit was to Tunisia (where thousands had fled from Libya) in April, is currently staying with Brad Pitt and their six kids in an $11 million mansion in Malta. Pitt, 47, is filming “World War Z” in the southern European nation.


  • While I feel sorry for the People of Syria that had to flee to Turkey, they obviously have no clue what an angel is!

Bill “I have to spew manure” Maher has done it again.

He has stated that Weiner’s actions of sending unwanted, unasked for, pornographic pictures of himself to a minor female, is less offensive, and less psychotic than Dick Cheney who used to shoot birds with a Shotgun.

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.mrc.org/biasalert/2011/20110615090020.aspx
CNN Gives Maher Platform to Accuse GOP Candidates of ‘Horrible Society-Killing Ideas,’ Call Cheney ‘More Psychotic’ Than Weiner

By: Brent Baker

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 8:50 AM EDT

The night after CNN’s debate in New Hampshire with seven Republican presidential candidates, Anderson Cooper brought aboard left-wing “comedian” Bill Maher to ridicule them. Asked if he “had to vote” for one of them, he named Ron Paul since “he’s a cut from a different cloth than the rest of those people who are of course selling their souls to the corporate interests who back them and who have just horrible, society-killing ideas about America.”

Later discussing Anthony Weiner, Maher used it as an opportunity to deride one of the left’s favorite targets they never tire of vilifying: “Dick Cheney used to go out and shoot birds by the hundreds that were like in a cage. To me, that’s a lot more psychotic than anything Anthony Weiner ever did.” Maher insisted: “He shot and killed an incredible number of birds for absolutely no reason than a blood lust.”

From the pre-recorded interview aired on the Tuesday, June 14 Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN, transcript below video (Audio: MP3 clip)

ANDERSON COOPER: You’ve been pretty hard on the field of GOP candidates so far. I think you said at one point that you’ve seen, and I quote, “more appealing lineups on an episode of Law and Order Special Victims Unit.” Did you change your mind at all after last night’s debate?

BILL MAHER: No. Of course it got even worse. It’s tough sledding there. As a progressive, as a sane person just to watch that, to see that, you know, Republicanism has really become a religion. And when I say religion, I mean they just have a series of baseless assertions that they cleave to, you know. And it’s like if there was just one sane person in that room to give perspective. But there wasn’t. So you have seven people up there who are all claiming things like, you know, things we know don’t work like reducing taxes will somehow magically increase revenue and somehow by keeping the profit motive in the health care system that’s going to solve that problem. So, you know, it’s very hard for someone to watch that debate who is not in that bubble. And I am not in the bubble.

COOPER: If you had to vote for one of them is there one you would vote for? Who would you vote for? I mean, if you had to pick?

MAHER: I’d vote for Ron Paul, if I had to pick. I mean, Ron Paul is at least not a panderer. He’s sincere. He’s got the right ideas about getting our troops home. And I like Ron Paul. I think he’s a cut from a different cloth than the rest of those people who are of course selling their souls to the corporate interests who back them and who have just horrible society-killing ideas about America. And either don’t know what’s real or don’t care.

COOPER: What do you mean by society-killing?

MAHER: Well, like, like Tim Pawlenty and every one of them competing for this idea of continually reducing taxes when we are – on the one hand they are screaming about how we’re in debt and on the other hand the answer is to somehow decrease revenues. You know, they all act like god created the world in January of 2009, and then Barack Obama completely screwed it up.

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COOPER: Do you think he [Anthony Weiner] should resign?

MAHER: At this point, yes. Not because I think he did anything so incredibly awful. I mean, Dick Cheney used to go out and shoot birds by the hundreds that were like in a cage. To me, that’s a lot more psychotic than anything Anthony Weiner ever did. But the point is this is America. We have to live in reality.

COOPER: Dick Cheney wasn’t shooting birds in a cage. He was hunting.

MAHER: He was not hunting, Anderson. There’s a difference between hunting which, I’m not a big fan of either, and when you go out into this controlled situation where they — I forget what they do to the birds but they do something where they can’t fly. It’s the equivalent of shooting fish in a barrel. And yes, look it up. That’s what he did. He shot and killed an incredible number of birds for absolutely no reason than a blood lust.

— Brent Baker is Vice President for Research and Publications at the Media Research Center.