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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Robert Cahaly and Southern Republican Leadership Conference in massive debts

When you do more research on the troubles and crimes these neocons get stuck in, it really gets very interesting and amusing to see how much more troubled and depraved they truly are.  In my "Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips stuck with $748,300 Las Vegas hotel bill" posting, there was another neocon fascist named Robert Cahaly of South Carolina who was sued by the Charleston Place Hotel for unpaid hotel bills of $227,800 last February from a very poorly attended Southern Republican Leadership Conference event.

Who is Robert Cahaly?  Robert is a hardcore right-winger from South Carolina who has been in trouble with the police.  In 2010 he had an arrest warrant for his criminal activities in the 2010 elections.

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) has arrested an Anderson County man accused of making illegal political calls involving six House District races in South Carolina.

Robert Charles Cahaly, 41, of 112 Shannon Drive, Pendleton is charged with six counts of Automatically Dialed Announcing Device violations.

Cahaly turned himself in to SLED agents Wednesday morning.

According to SLED arrest warrants, Cahaly is accused of paying for and disseminating automated telephone calls (“Robo-Calls”) from an Automatically Dialed Answering Device (ADAD) on September 23, 2010.

So now we know Robert Cahaly is a crook and felon.  But what will really break his darling right-wing fascist group, the Southern Republican Leadership Conference (SRLC), is the massive six-figure debt placed on him and the SRLC from the very poorly attended SRLC event from January 19-22, 2012.  This article and their website has more details.

TPM: Did Major GOP Group Skip Out On $200K Hotel Bill?

We already know Charleston Place Hotel sued Cahaly and SRLC for $227,800, but that is only the beginning of this disastrous financial nightmare.  SRLC rented out the entire TD Arena in Charleston for two whole days to host the GOP Presidential candidates like Newt Gingrich (who cancelled), Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul.  TD Arena has an audience capacity of 6,000 people, but during the conference, only a maximum of 25 people actually attended.

The dollar figure for renting TD Arena is not posted on the internet, but the bill is sure to be in the six figure range, which will be added to the $227,800 debts from Charleston Place Hotel.

Then there are costs for hiring staff for the conference, from camera persons, photographers, designers, props and lighting, recording, video and audio technicians, security, and more.  Plus more junk costs like making brochures, badges, newsletters, DVDs, postcards, campaign buttons and stickers, and other worthless junk.  More money, at least tens of thousands of dollars, down the drain and added to their debt.

Did you know that the losers of SRLC reserved not one, but three hotels, for their failed conference?  Charleston Place Hotel was their primary hotel, but there were two other hotels, The Renaissance and Courtyard Marriott, that were part of their reserved SRLC housing block.  As their website shows, "Only sponsors, registered attendees, credentialed media, participating candidates, or credentialed staff of participating candidates are allowed to stay in the SRLC housing block."  More debts added.

What a true disaster for them, but that's the price you pay when you live a life of lies and stupidity like these right-wingers.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips stuck with $748,300 Las Vegas hotel bill

It really sucks to be a Tea Party member. Even if you don't end up in jail or get fired from your job, Teabaggers find other ways to screw themselves and their party. Teabaggers are notorious for lying and grossly overstating their numbers and influence, and one Tea Party believed in that lie and ended up paying off a $748,300 Las Vegas hotel bill from 2010.

Meet Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips from Tennessee, whose Tea Party branch, like VDare, is labeled as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Judson bought the hype and reserved 1,637 rooms at the Venetian Las Vegas Casino Resort for a July 2010 Tea Party rally. He then cancelled the reservations without paying shortly before the scheduled date, after discovering actual attendance would be dramatically down. In a July 2012 Tennessee court order, a judge ruled that Phillips owed the resort $748,300, including the $554,000 hotel bill and $194,300 in accrued interest.

Judge: Tea Party Nation founder must pay $748k Las Vegas hotel bill

Duh, what a major mistake. Membership has his benefits, and since the actual number of Tea Party Nation members is like several dozen and mostly cash strapped, Judson can only rely on raising a few thousand dollars at most for fundraising, which will deplete their financial aid to other right-wing hate groups like VDare. He can do bake sales, car washes, book sales, conference speakings, and Google ads on his blogsite for the rest of his life and still have debts well over $700,000 with accumulating interest. Looks like Judson files for bankruptcy and screws himself, family, and everyone associated with him.

Other right-wingers have been royally screwed planning conventions based on overinflated lies of their own numbers, leaving them with a ridiculous hotel bill. As the linked article above mentioned,
This is not the first time a Republican group has found itself in a bind over an unpaid hotel invoice. In February, the Charleston Place Hotel sued a South Carolina political consultant and the Southern Republican Leadership Conference for an allegedly unpaid hotel bill, reported.

The conference was held in January, the weekend before the South Carolina Republican primary. The hotel alleged that the conference was “poorly attended,” that consultant Robert Cahaly and the SRLC owed $227,800, and that they had behaved unethically “in an effort to evade their responsibility for payment.”

Thursday, August 02, 2012

White male terrorists - Rainer Reinscheid, William Koberna, Derick Wilson

Crime and terrorism has long been a trademark of dysfunctional white males like Steve Sailer.  So what terror plots do the white male savages filled with depression, hopelessness, and often right-wing hateful ideology have for America?

Fortunately these terrorists did not have the opportunity to kill someone or themselves, but now that they are alive and arrested, their digital footprints will haunt them for the rest of their life, which is for the better of society.  Three more highly potential Sailer followers, American Renaissance and VDare members, and GOP extremists down.

Rainer Reinscheid Emails: UC Irvine Professor Was Thinking Of Shooting At Least 200 Students
ANTA ANA, Calif. - Rainer Reinscheid, a 48-year-old pharmaceutical sciences professor at the University of California in Irvine , was into his second bottle of wine when he wrote a chilling email titled, "a good plan," detailing violent revenge on the people he blamed for his teen son's suicide.  His son hanged himself after being disciplined at high school in March, sending the professor into a downward spiral that authorities said led to setting fires and venting his anger in graphic emails describing plans for a mass murder, sexual assaults and his own death.

Reinscheid fantasized about buying a dozen machine guns, killing 200 University High School students, raping a school counselor and killing the assistant principal who disciplined his 14-year-old son, Claas Stubbe.


Five fires erupted between July 1 and July 19, and police caught Reinscheid as he tried to start a sixth one July 24, Irvine police Lt. Julia Engen said.

While investigating the fires, police discovered three emails Reinscheid sent to his wife and himself in April from his university account. Copies of the messages were filed in court by prosecutors to have him held without bail. He's due in court for arraignment Aug. 8.

Kent State student William Koberna charged with threatening school on Twitter
A Kent State University sophomore accused of Tweeting a profanity-laced threat against the Ohio university and its president last week has been charged with inducing a panic and aggravated menacing, officials said on Monday.

William Koberna, 19, pleaded not guilty on Monday to aggravated menacing, a misdemeanor, in a brief hearing by video conference from the Portage County Jail, and a preliminary hearing was set for Friday on the felony charge of inducing panic, according to court records.

Judge Mark Fankhauser set bond on the charges at $50,000 and ordered that Koberna wear an electronic monitor and have no contact with Kent State President Lester Lefton or the campus if he posts 10 percent of the bond and is released.

Koberna is accused of posting on the public account of social networking site Twitter a threat on Wednesday "laced with profanity, mentioned Kent State University by name (and) also mentioned our president by name and concluded with the expression that he was going to shoot up the campus," said university spokesman Eric Mansfield.

Derick Wilson arrested and charged for pipe bomb near Virginia Tech

BLACKSBURG, VA -- Several sources familiar with the make up of the pipe bomb that exploded yesterday near Virginia Tech's campus say the device was "not very intricate but not basic either."

Police sources also connected an evacuation of neighbors living near Derick Wilson's Roanoke residence last night to the investigation.

Wilson is charged with possessing bomb making materials in Roanoke. Wilson will also be facing charges related to the explosion in Blacksburg, police said.

Police believe Wilson planted the device near a vehicle, and that vehicle was the intended target. Sources say they don't believe the device went off by accident due to severe weather in the Blacksburg area early Wednesday morning.

Wilson's military record shows he served one tour in Iraq between July 2010 and July 2011. Wilson attended basic training at Fort Benning in Georgia and then joined the 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 2nd Advise and Assist Brigade, 25th Infantry Division.

The Army says Wilson was based at Schofield Barracks in Hawaii. Wilson transferred to the Army Reserve in June.