Wednesday, March 31, 2010


March 30, 2010

Georgia Attorney General Spurns Suit on Health Care

ATLANTA — In 14 states across the country, attorneys general have filed lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the recent federal health care overhaul. But here in Georgia, the Democratic attorney general has rejected such lawsuits as “frivolous” and “a waste of taxpayer money.” Now that position has led to calls from Republican lawmakers for his impeachment.
Thirty-one Republicans in the state legislature signed a resolution Tuesday calling for the impeachment of the attorney general, Thurbert Baker. Mr. Baker is also a Democratic candidate in the race, expected to be closely fought, to succeed Gov. Sonny Perdue, a Republican, who is prevented by law from seeking a third term.
Mr. Perdue has said he would circumvent Mr. Baker by appointing a “special attorney general” — a pro bono lawyer or legal team to challenge the constitutionality of the health care act on Georgia’s behalf. The governor said he believed the act violated the Constitution by requiring many citizens to buy health insurance from private companies.
Health care overhaul is unpopular with many Georgians, and Republicans have pressured Democrats to stake clear positions. Mr. Baker has said a constitutional challenge would be expensive and unsuccessful.
“It’s a disappointing response by some members of our legislature,” he said. “I don’t think it speaks well for the future of this state or the image of Georgia.”
To pass, the impeachment resolution would require the support of a majority of the 180-member Georgia House, where Republicans hold a majority. That would be followed by a trial in the State Senate, where Mr. Baker could be convicted with a vote of two-thirds of the 56 senators, an unlikely outcome given that Republicans control only 60 percent of the seats..
The resolution’s author, Representative Mark Hatfield of Waycross, said the state’s Constitution required Mr. Baker to file suits at the governor’s request.
“By failing and refusing to perform his constitutional and statutory duties, Attorney General Baker has abdicated his authority and has committed an act against the state of Georgia,” the resolution states.
The highest-ranking Republican to sign it was the majority whip, Edward Lindsey. Most lawmakers have not publicly expressed a view on the resolution.
Mr. Baker said that the public was encouraged to debate the merits of the health care act, but that attorneys general must decide its constitutionality.
“It is the law of the land,” he said. “While there may be budgetary and policy differences about the act itself, that doesn’t mean the Congress can’t pass it.”
Polls show Mr. Baker trailing a former governor, Roy Barnes, in the Democratic primary.


Larry King asked blogger-comedian-talk show-political junkie Stephanie Miller what she thought of Sarah Palin's speech in Searchlight, NV with the wingnut Kooliad caravan. Her comment about Sarah Palin's SOOTHING VOICE is right around 3 minutes into the video.

I am with you Stephanie. Her voice is painful. Shrill and shrieky. What Vanity, too!


"The DC Five", Muslim Terrorist wannabees,have been charged in Pakistan and face life imprisonment. They planned on training with Al Qaida and then killing Americans

The Members of the Christian End-Times Right Wing Militia Hutaree, Terrorist wannabees, have been charged with conspiracy to wage war against the US. Frankly, the folks below look like mental hospital escapees off their meds. That is one UGLY bunch!

Both groups need to be locked away for good.


DETROIT - Not guilty pleas have been entered in Michigan on behalf of eight of nine members of a Christian militia that prosecutors claim plotted to kill police officers and kick-start a violent revolution.
The eight were arraigned Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Detroit, including the alleged ringleader, 44-year-old David Brian Stone.
Stone was among nine members of the Hutaree militia arrested after a series of raids in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. A court document says an undercover FBI agent and a cooperating witness were part of the federal probe.

A hearing to determine if they'll be released on bail began Wednesday for Stone and six others. One suspect's bond hearing will be Thursday.
The ninth suspect was in court in Indiana, and will be arraigned later in Michigan.
Militia raid
It all started inside a trailer home in rural Michigan, where Stone's family gathered before bed for prayer. Years later, the private devotions had evolved into the Hutaree, a name the group's Web site says they created to mean "Christian warrior."
The changes in Stone's personal theology partly destroyed his marriage, his former wife says, and prosecutors claim they later led him to hatch a plot to kill police officers — a violent act the militia hoped would touch off an uprising against the government.
"The time had come that we needed to arrest them and take them down," U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade said Tuesday in an interview with The Associated Press.
Donna Stone, 44, said her ex-husband created the legal problems now faced by her stepson, Joshua Matthew Stone, and her 19-year-old son, David Brian Stone Jr., by involving them in a militia that grew out of his faith.
"I honestly feel, and think, their dad never told either of those boys what they were getting into," she said. "This a bunch of garbage, these charges. There is no way my son would do these things."


  Arrests reveal militia groups on the rise
March 30: The FBI says it does not expect the arrests to spark any violent reaction from other militia groups. NBC's Pete Williams reports.
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From Genesis to Revelations
Donna Stone said she met David Brian Stone in the late 1990s in a grocery store where she worked. He courted her and soon afterward, she and her son, Sean Stetten, moved into his small trailer in Lenawee County, near the Ohio state line. The boys were raised as brothers, and David Brian Stone legally adopted Sean, whose name was changed to David Brian Stone Jr.
Both boys were home-schooled and at night, the family would pray together.
"David would preach out of the Bible," said Donna Stone, who said she was married to David Brian Stone for about six years. "He would start at the beginning of Genesis and go to Revelations. He didn't get into Revelations because we didn't agree on it. David said it was supposed to be different. He had his own views. That's when I thought it was time for me to go."
The Hutaree Web site quotes several Bible passages and declares: "We believe that one day, as prophecy says, there will be an Anti-Christ. ... Jesus wanted us to be ready to defend ourselves using the sword and stay alive using equipment."
McQuade downplayed the role religious ideology played in the group's alleged plans, saying the "most troubling" finding of their investigation into the Hutaree were the details of their alleged plot. Prosecutors have said the militia planned to make a false 911 call, kill responding police officers and then use a bomb to kill many more at the funeral.
"What we were focused on here is their conduct, not on their religion. And what they have talked about is being very anti-government," McQuade said. "They fear this 'new world order' and they thought that it was their job to fight against government — the federal government in particular."
The group was preparing to carry out an attack sometime in April, prosecutors said, after months of paramilitary training that began in 2008 and included learning how to shoot guns and make bombs. Authorities seized guns in the raids but would not say whether they found explosives.
McQuade declined to discuss other specifics, including how the group originally came to the attention of authorities or how agents learned about the alleged plans for an attack in April.

Thursday, March 25, 2010


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According to cable news, the older man sitting on the ground has Parkinson's. These Koolaid folk sure know how to show us their true and despicable colors

Below: Talking Points? What talking points? If Sarah Palin doesn't need em, neither do I!




Friday, March 19, 2010


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Boy Scouts accused of sex abuse cover-up
‘Perversion files’ kept secret by Scouts due to ‘confidential information’
The Associated Press
updated 5:12 a.m. ET, Fri., March. 19, 2010
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Boy Scouts of America has long kept an extensive archive of secret documents that chronicle the sexual abuse of young boys by Scout leaders over the years.
The "perversion files," a nickname the Boy Scouts are said to have used for the documents, have rarely been seen by the public, but that could all change in the coming weeks in an Oregon courtroom.
The lawyer for a man who was molested in the 1980s by a Scout leader has obtained about 1,000 Boy Scouts sex files and is expected to release some of them at a trial that began Wednesday.
The lawyer says the files show how the Boy Scouts have covered up abuse for decades.
The trial is significant because the files could offer a rare window into how the Boy Scouts have responded to sex abuse by Scout leaders.
The only other time the documents are believed to have been presented at a trial was in the 1980s in Virginia.
At the start of the Oregon trial, attorney Kelly Clark recited the Boy Scout oath and the promise to obey Scout law to be "trustworthy." Then he presented six boxes of documents that he said will show "how the Boy Scouts of America broke that oath."
He held up file folder after file folder he said contained reports of abuse from around the country, telling the jury the efforts to keep them secret may have actually set back efforts to prevent child abuse nationally.
"The Boy Scouts of America ignored clear warning signs that Boy Scouts were being abused," Clark said.
'Trying to do the right thing'
Charles Smith, attorney for the national Boy Scouts, said in his own opening statement the files were kept under wraps because they "were replete with confidential information."
Smith told the jury the files helped national scouting leaders weed out sex offenders, especially repeat offenders who may have changed names or moved in order to join another local scouting organization.
"They were trying to do the right thing by trying to track these folks," Smith said.
Clark is seeking $14 million in damages on behalf of a 37-year-old man who was sexually molested in the early 1980s in Portland by an assistant Scoutmaster, Timur Dykes.
Clark said the victim suffered mental health problems, bad grades in school, drug use, anxiety, difficulty maintaining relationships and lost several jobs over the years because of the abuse.
Dykes was convicted three times between 1983 and 1994 of sexually abusing boys, most of them Scouts.
Although there have been dozens of lawsuits against the organization over sex abuse allegations, judges for the most part have either denied requests for the files or the lawsuits have been settled before they went to trial.
The Boy Scouts had fought to keep the files being used in the Portland trial confidential. But they lost a pretrial legal battle when the Oregon Supreme Court rejected their argument that opening the files could damage the lives and reputations of people not a party to the lawsuit.
The lawsuit also named the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because the Mormons acted as a charter organization, or sponsor, for the local Boy Scouts troop that included the victim. But the church has settled its portion of the case.
The Portland trial comes as the Boy Scouts are marking their 100th anniversary.
"They spent a century building the Boy Scout brand," said Patrick Boyle, author of a book about sex abuse in the Boy Scouts. "It's one of the most respected organizations in the world."
The trial "can only erode what they have been doing for 100 years," he said.
The Portland case centers on whether the Boy Scouts of America did enough to protect boys from Dykes.
The Mormon bishop who also served as head of the Scout troop, Gordon McEwen, confronted Dykes after receiving a report of abuse by the mother of one boy in the troop in January 1983.
In a video deposition played for the jury, the bishop said Dykes admitted abusing 17 boys.
ProbationBut McEwen said he contacted the parents of all 17 boys and the boys themselves, and none would confirm any abuse.
Dykes was arrested in 1983 and pleaded guilty to attempted sexual abuse, received probation and was ordered to stay away from children.
Clark told the jury Dykes continued with his scouting activities until he was arrested in July 1984 during a routine traffic stop while he was driving a van full of Scouts on a camping trip.
A spokesman for the Boy Scouts of America at its headquarters in Irving, Texas, said in a statement the organization cannot comment on details of the case. But it has worked hard on awareness and prevention efforts, including background checks.
"Unfortunately, child abuse is a societal problem and there is no fail-safe method for screening out abusers," Deron Smith said.

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Monday, March 15, 2010




Do you remember the old John McCain in 2000 who said the Republican Party was not the party of Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson. Well, Johnny boy, its always been a place for religious nuts to use government to attack liberty. What took you so long?


And you thought Minnesota Representative Michelle Bachmann was out of her mind! Liz Cheney needs a serious civics lesson which INCLUDES being forced to memorize Article 6 and Amendments 1 thru 14.

Meet Michele Bachmann, R-MN, US House of Representatives says to come armed and dangerous to healthcare protests. During the presidential campaign she claimed that liberals were anti-American. She said that there are many anti-Americans in the Congress. She questioned Obama's patriotism, considering some of his views were anti-America.

Bachman videos and pictures can be found in earlier posts here at nutjobexpress.

Friday, March 12, 2010


After Christians massacred 300 Muslims (mostly) in January...Christians retaliated here by murdering 200 Muslims, including women, children, and even a 4 day old baby. This is on the religious fault line that divides the Muslim north from the Christian south. It is like the one in the Balkans.


Saturday, March 6, 2010


Friday, March 5, 2010


Well, another right wing gun nut has done it again. Yesterday some conspiracy and anti-government wacko opened fire on our own citizens at the Pentagon. He is now stone cold dead as a terrorist should be.

Last month some wackjob flew his plane into an IRS building. Who has intentionally flown planes into  our economic and government buildings recently? Muslims and right wing nuts in America. His offspring called him a hero. Now thats brainwashing done well. That is sick and pathological, promoting selfishness, violence, hatred and fear. The more I hear from the right, the more I move left and against these selfish anarchists and so-called conservatives.

Who has set off car bombs in America? Right wing nutjobs. Remember the Oklahoma City bombing of a government building? Don't ever forget that it was anti-government bullies and psychos that killed all those men, women, and children. No doubt they had lots of religion, too. Psycho-Cracked out on God.

Last year some soccer mom went to her kid's soccer game packing heat. Holstered for all to see. In the coming weeks she and her husband was shot dead with her own gun. Its the right wing mentality that killed her; murder-suicide by belligerence, obstinacy, an inflated ego, recklessness, and stupidity. There is a difference between gun nuts and defenders of the 2nd amendment. (I support the USSC striking down the Chicago anti-gun laws). Gun psychoss are like people who abuse their speech rights and yell fire in a theater when there is no fire. Gun nuts are like those who abuse their freedom of religion by wanting government to impose their religious beliefs on others. This is twisted shit.

We can argue about government but gun nuts need to realize that bringing guns to healthcare protests, soccer games and against the people's government is immature and assinine. This is the same mentality of our enemies from without. there is no tyranny other than that which has been concocted between their ears. We all have our complaints but recklessness, bullying and violence is not the answer.

The only people that pose a danger to the USA are right wingers from without and from within. Religious wackos from abroad and from within.

Who has attacked the Pentagon since 2000? Supporters of Muslim terrorism and right wing militia-type psychos. Who car-bombed and killed 168 at the OK City FBI building (and day care)? A right wing wacko crowd. Gun nuts. Anti-government wackjobs.  Anti-Americans who can not tolerate order.

Who has attacked our nation in recent years? Mostly right wing wackos from the Muslim world or the anti-government sickos here. One of these days people are going top wake up to all the lies that are spouted by the far right in both camps.