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Monday, November 30, 2009

How to Get Rich by Donald Trump impersonator

How do you get rich beyond your wildest dreams, like Donald Trump? Watch this feature video on how to get rich Donald Trump style, by an authentic Donald Trump impersonator.

Monday, November 23, 2009

SC Governor Sanford facing 37 ethics charges

South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, a Republican, made notorious news a few months ago with his sex scandal and financial and power corruption. The Republicans were hoping this was just an isolated event that would die away, but corruption is so embedded in their ranks, more bad news would eventually surface.

Mark Sanford is facing 37 formal ethics charges.

Gov. Sanford Faces 37 Ethics Charges
Gov. Mark Sanford of South Carolina will face formal ethics charges on 37 counts of using his office for personal financial gain, according to a list of accusations issued Monday by the State Ethics Commission.

Gov. Mark Sanford of South Carolina will face formal ethics charges on 37 counts of using his office for personal financial gain, according to a list of accusations issued Monday by the State Ethics Commission.

Evangelist Tony Alamo gets 175 years for sex crimes

Another white male pedophile meets his fate in prison or suicide.

Evangelist gets 175 years for sex crimes

TEXARKANA, Ark. - Evangelist Tony Alamo used his stature as a self-proclaimed prophet to force underage girls into sham marriages with him, controlling his followers with their fears of eternal suffering. The judge who sentenced Alamo yesterday to 175 years in prison for child sex abuse warned of another kind of justice awaiting the evangelist.

Saturday, November 07, 2009

Jon Stewart Devastates Glenn Beck

Jon Stewart of The Daily Show examines the truth on the stupidity of Glenn Beck. The truth can hurt if you are on Glenn Beck's side.


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Wednesday, November 04, 2009

AARP to endorse House health bill

The elderly may not have as many years left as the general population, but they sure are consistent in voting and paying attention to the issues during the most unglamorous topics. The elderly were out there in full voting force in the boring off year 2009 elections and made a difference.

The elderly are also paying close attention to the boring details of the health care bill being debated in Congress. Forget the lies about death panel squads determining who lives, lies on Medicare, and lies about eugenics against the elderly. The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) must have studied the boring details and truths of the health care bill closer than anyone else.

As a victory for House Democrats, the 40 million member AARP will endorse sweeping health care overhaul legislation headed for a history-making floor vote.

House Democrats set stage for health care vote
AARP backs sweeping plan; floor vote could take place as early as Saturday

2009 Elections

These odd year elections rarely, if ever, generate much interest as the Presidential electiions. American politics is all about checks and balances, and after the Democrats' large victory in 2008, the Republicans made a comeback.

The Republicans scored large victories in the two closely watched state governor elections in Virginia and New Jersey. Republicans Robert McDonnell and Christopher Christie won the Virginia and New Jersey state governor seats form the Democrats.

Michael Bloomberg won his third term as New York City mayor, but won by a surprisingly narrow margin despite considerably outspending his relatively unknown opponent William Thompson.

Because I am from the Washington D.C. region, the Virginia governor's race was the most closely watched by me, since I am inundated with the TV commercials. One explanation was that younger voters who voted Obama and the Democrats into victory in 2008 were absent in these boring off year elections.

Why Creigh Deeds Lost Virginia
A year ago, young voters, who usually vote Democratic, were 20 percent of the electorate; today the number was barely half. Among people over 60, who tend to lean conservative, the number doubled from 11 to 21 percent from last year.

The article also mentions Democrat candidate Creigh Deeds was too negative in his campaign, which certainly was true. Deeds should have presented more positive ads on himself and his vision for Virginia, which were noticably absent until two weeks toward election day.

Not to mention Deeds did have a stuttering speech pattern, as Bob McDonnell was the more eloquent speaker.

No matter whether you are Democreat, Republican, Independent, or whatever, American politics is about checks and balances and no one, especially those in power, should be complacent.

So what will the 2010 elections bring when there is much more publicity and federal seats at stake? We'll see, but no one should ever be complacent.

Facebook successfully sues spam king Sanford Wallace for $711 million

Another one of Sailer's internet addict buddies faces another loss. A bizarre white male hopelessly addicted to the internet has made a living transferring his addiction to the rest of us with internet spam.

Facebook has successfully sued Sanford Wallace, better known as "Spamford" on the web. The Las Vegas-based "Spam King" accessed Facebook members' accounts without their permission, and sent out fake Wall posts and spam messages from the compromised accounts.

Here is a profile of Sanford Wallace's history of transferring his misery through spam.

In 2006, he was fined $4 million by the Federal Trade Commission in the United States for posting an excessive number of intrusive pop-up ads across the web that contained a spyware virus.

In May 2008, Wallace and his business partner, Walter Rines, were found guilty of carrying out phishing attacks against MySpace users, and spamming MySpace members with unsolicited messages. The social networking site won a $230 million payout from the "Spam King".

Wallace could face jail time following his latest attacks against Facebook.

Wallace filed for bankruptcy in June.

Then again, spamming has always been a repetitive theme among Sailer's type of bizarre, depressed, hopeless white male internet addicts, like spam itself.

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