Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Dear Mike Bara,

You were SO, SO WRONG about the eccentricity of the orbit of Mars.

You were SO, SO WRONG about the orbit of Explorer 1.

You were SO, SO WRONG about centrifugal force.

You were SO, SO WRONG about the ziggurat on the Moon.

You were SO, SO WRONG about Pad 33 at White Sands.

You were SO, SO WRONG about light penetrating the ocean.

==========================

You were SO, SO WRONG about the Presdential election.

You were SO, SO WRONG about how the networks would report the Presdential election.


So now......

Isn't it time for you to STFU??


152 comments:

Chris Lopes said...

To be fair, Hoagland was also wrong about the election. Obama was supposed to announce "life on Mars" (with libraries and everything!) to win. Instead, he used rather mundane techniques like voter turnout programs, speeches, and advertising. Though I'm sure he'll think of a way to show that the non-reveal actually proves him right. Hoagland is quite shameless.

Anonymous said...

I've been busy all day today - has barry announced the existence of ETs yet? Has he said where I go to get my free energy? I'd hate to miss it...

I've also not been on FB but I would be surprised if Hoagie's fans aren't all congratulating him on his amazing insight and genius about predicting a win for the reincarnated Egyptian god - damn, he must have been right about that too. Not bad for a man who "doesn't make predictions" - except when he's right (not that the odds were 50/50 or anything).

I'm sure Noory will have him on C2C to quiz this modern-day Nostradamus some more, quicker than you can say "nineteen point five"

Trekker said...

Unfortunately, he won't, Expat. He's more likely to become more unhinged now, and more hateful, in the process.

Chris Lopes said...

Trekker,
I'm afraid you are right. I didn't vote for Obama, but the process of democracy has spoken. Now is not the time to join some Alex Jones listening, UN black helicopter fearing, 1980s survivalist cult. In a civilized culture, the voting booth is the weapon of choice.

Misti Parker said...

O'bama and Romulan are both handled by the same Oligarchy which owns all the central banks controls NASA. What ever it is that we are doing on Mars, the Oligarchy does not want anyone to be able to ascertain with any certainty, either one way or another.

Tara Jordan said...

Fiction politics featuring Mike Bara`s post Nazi shemale sweetheart

http://ifuckedanncoulterintheasshard.blogspot.jp/?zx=8fdabe7e48db4cdf

http://backinanncoultersasssaddleagain.blogspot.jp/

Trekker said...

Well said, Chris. That's the mature reaction to the election of the candidate you didn't vote for.

Strahlungsamt said...

OMG! Mikey's in a baaaaaad mood today. Here he is rebutting the election, like he rebutted Stuart Robbins.
And now, for those of you banned from his page, here's Mikey's comments in reverse chronological order from the worst night of his life. Note the transformation from incredulity to downright hate. I really hope he hasn't got a gun.

So they didn't have to get dead people to vote. They just "processed" a couple of million votes for Romney away. That's why Romney actually got fewer votes than McCain, which is impossible.

Ok, looking at the poll results, I'm getting very close to calling shenanigans on the election last night

‎4 more years: 2013-division, 2014-economic collapse, 2015-secession, 2016 civil war

Obama: "this campaign has made me a better president." LOL, how could u be worse?

We're fucked

I feel bad for President Obama. Just look at the mess he's inheriting!

America has just voted for 4 more years of socialism, 20,000,000,000,000 in debt, 8% unemployment, 60 million on food stamps, a further downgrade and debasing of our currency, $1,000,000,000,000 in new taxes, less than 2% growth. This is no longer the country I was born in, nor one I recognize. Congrats to Obama and his supporters. RIP to a once great nation.

So let me get this straight; after 4 years of 8% unemployment, $16 trillion in debt, and no economic growth, the American people decide to change... nothing at all...?

Yay! 4 more years of trilllions in debt, no jobs and muslim takeovers of middle east countries!

OK, I'm getting very close to calling "Photoshop" on these election results...

How can you tell when the Democrats are stealing an election? When their big counties are the last to report. #Florida

Trying to decide on the next Ex Mrs. Bara between @AnnCoulter, @kimguilfoyle & @ShamronMoore. Thoughts?

I predict that Obama will take an early lead tomorrow, until all the republicans get off work. - Tim Tebow. <--haha!
Well said and so true...

Remember folks, Democrats will try to claim early in the day tomorrow that they are winning big in states like FL and OH and PN. This will be a lie. They will aided and abetted by agents of the Corrupt Media (ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, et al) who will report "exit polls" that show Democrats running much stronger than anticipated. They did this in 2000 and again in 2004.
They do it for one purpose: to supress Republican election day turnout. For whatever reason, Republicans tend to vote in much larger numbers than Democrats on election day proper rather than take advantage of early voting.
But don't be fooled by this lie. Keep your eyes focused on the target. Know that in OH the last CNN poll shows that Romney is leading by 13% among voters planning to vote on election day!
It's a pattern that will be repeated all over the country. Sleep well, cook a good meal, and pop some champagne when your guy wins. Don't let the lying liars fool ya. Vote.

Tara Jordan said...

The wisdom of Ancient Alien Junkyard Bozo :"Muslim takeovers of middle east countries!". as if Middle East countries were originally populated by Evangelists

Trekker said...

What gets me is the snivelling immaturity and the insinuation of a conspiracy, quite apart from his vitriolic hatred.

How much better the US could pull together if more of those disappointed in the outcome had the sensible attitude of Chris above! For a nation so divided, cooler heads with sensible outlooks are badly needed.

Strahlungsamt said...

As I mentioned before, I believe that if Hoagie hadn't backed Obama as an Egyptian god, he would be worshipping Romney too. Boy, that must really hurt.

Personally, I'm delighted Obama won. I have criticisms of his politics but he has actually improved the economy somewhat.
What really galls me is the ridiculous conspiracy theories that people made up about Obama, like that he wasn't born in America, is a Muslim Communist and the Antichrist only because he is black. That's why I'm celebrating because I'm thinking of all the losers wallowing in their own butthurt who said he'd bring Socialism and be a one term president. The same morons who'd gladly sign away their own welfare checks so the billionaires can save an extra 1% tax while ignoring the trillions spent on the military and think that's patriotic.
My real issue is the way reason has gone out the window in recent years and conspiracies and superstition have taken over peoples' lives. The number of people who believe that the Moon Landings are faked or that the US govt is imprisoning space aliens is nothing short of frightening. When people start believing wrong things, they start doing wrong things which is why I believe no crazy belief is harmless.

Biological_Unit said...

There are no Plans to go with people back to the Moon EVER. This doesn't affect my appreciation of the Unmanned missions.

FlightSuit said...

Since Bara previously banned one of my Facebook accounts, I just attempted to "friend" him with my other one, in the hope that I might join the public discussion on his wall regarding the election.

Sadly, I got a message telling me he had already reached the maximum number of friends allowed.

He must be a really popular guy.

expat said...

You could always join his author page, which is different -- but there's not much point. Nobody goes there, not even Mike himself.

FlightSuit said...

Maybe I'll do that at some point. If he's not regularly curating the page, my comments might stay up there for a while.

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Misti Parker said...

Mike Bara
18 hours ago near Auburn, WA via mobile

We're fucked


Frank Schweinefleisch
posted to Mike Bara
2 hours ago

I think it's rather obvious now, that you are the real brains behind Richard C. Hoagland.

Frank Schweinefleisch
Dick's brains are in his ...Mike.

a few seconds ago · Like

Tara Jordan said...

Mike Bara on the Just Energy Radio show with Rita Louise,PhD,ND,LSD (fortunatly she is too old to procreate)

Tara Jordan said...

@Expat. Please check the blog of Jason Colavito:
http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog.html
He does a remarkable job at debunking the Ancient Aliens mythos.

expat said...

Thanks for the link. I didn't know about Colavito.

Strahlungsamt said...

Just a few afterthoughts on Mikey's very enlightening election commentary.


OK, I'm getting very close to calling "Photoshop" on these election results...
Funny Mike, how you didn't call "Photoshop" on a certain Lunar Ziggy.


Trying to decide on the next Ex Mrs. Bara between @AnnCoulter, @kimguilfoyle & @ShamronMoore. Thoughts?
Ann Coulter is a man.
Shamron Moore is an Fox "journalist" with some ugly plastic surgery.
Kim Guilfoyle is a surgically enhance porn star.

Mike, just invest in a blow up doll already.

Strahlungsamt said...

Just checking out what happened to MikeBara.com. GoDaddy only charges $7.99 a year for renewals. Either Mikey screwed up royally or he's stuck for less than $8.

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: MIKEBARA.COM
Created on: 13-Apr-12
Expires on: 13-Apr-13
Last Updated on: 25-Apr-12

Registrant:
Ancient Holdings, LLC
100 Main Street
Charlestown, Charlestown 00110
Saint Kitts and Nevis

Administrative Contact:
Webbe, Wendy ancientholdings@fastmail.fm
Ancient Holdings, LLC
100 Main Street
Charlestown, Charlestown 00110
Saint Kitts and Nevis
+0.2026708414

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Webbe, Wendy ancientholdings@fastmail.fm
Ancient Holdings, LLC
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Domain servers in listed order:
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Anonymous said...

I don't like Ann Coulter either, but you shouldn't make fun of someones looks. Thats stooping down to bara's level.

Ms Emma Peel said...

"Anonymous said... I don't like Ann Coulter either, but you shouldn't make fun of someones looks. Thats stooping down to bara's level".

When dealing with individual such as Mike Bara,decency is always optional but also the last alternative

Strahlungsamt said...

In saying Anne Coulter is a man, I'm being sarcastic. That should be obvious. She's even less deserving of decency than Bara. (She may even be a man for all I know.)

It's no different than saying Sarah Jessica Parker looks like a horse with bird legs (which she does). She was picked for that show for precisely that reason and she's made millions from it so she's fair game too.

Now, if I said either of them had a stinky twat, or something of that nature, then I would be lowering myself to Bara's level. I never make that kind of vulgar remark, simply because it's childish, offensive and it adds nothing to the argument. In fact, I rarely join in the conversation if I feel I've nothing substantial to add.

Misti Parker said...

Ann Coulter is a comedic genius, as well as being politically astute. You guys are in good company, though; Hoagland hates her.

FlightSuit said...

So Misti, do you think Ann Coulter was expressing comedic genius when she said we should invade all the Arab countries, kill their leaders, and convert them all to Christianity?

How do you think those comments went over in the various Arab countries where our diplomats have very hard jobs to do?

And how useful do you think Coulter's remarks are to the jihadist organizations who need useful sound bites they can point to when they're whipping up anti-American sentiment?

Misti Parker said...

Got a link, Fright Soot? I'd like to read that in context. It's probably hilarious.

Misti Parker said...

This is war
Ann Coulter
Sep 14, 2001

http://townhall.com/columnists/anncoulter/2001/09/14/this_is_war/page/2

People who want our country destroyed live here, work for our airlines, and are submitted to the exact same airport shakedown as a lumberman from Idaho. This would be like having the Wehrmacht immigrate to America and work for our airlines during World War II. Except the Wehrmacht was not so bloodthirsty.

"All of our lives" don't need to change, as they keep prattling on TV. Every single time there is a terrorist attack -- or a plane crashes because of pilot error -- Americans allow their rights to be contracted for no purpose whatsoever.

The airport kabuki theater of magnetometers, asinine questions about whether passengers "packed their own bags," and the hostile, lumpen mesomorphs ripping open our luggage somehow allowed over a dozen armed hijackers to board four American planes almost simultaneously on Bloody Tuesday. (Did those fabulous security procedures stop a single hijacker anyplace in America that day?)

Airports scrupulously apply the same laughably ineffective airport harassment to Suzy Chapstick as to Muslim hijackers. It is preposterous to assume every passenger is a potential crazed homicidal maniac. We know who the homicidal maniacs are. They are the ones cheering and dancing right now.

We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity. We weren't punctilious about locating and punishing only Hitler and his top officers. We carpet-bombed German cities; we killed civilians. That's war. And this is war.


http://townhall.com/columnists/anncoulter/2001/09/14/this_is_war




Misti Parker said...

The only criticism I have for Ann regarding the above quote, is that unlike Islam, Christianity allows for freedom of religion, but then again, that might just be her sarcastic point.

FlightSuit said...

Interesting that Coulter invokes Nazi imagery while simultaneously behaving like a Nazi and advocating the kind of xenophobia which was a hallmark of Naziism.

expat said...

As you say -- hilarious. NOT!!

FWIW I'm not very happy about the ad hominem comments that have been appearing here lately, either. I agree that it seems to be descending into Mike Bara's sewer.

expat said...

BTW the analogy between l'affaire Petraeus and the movie '7 Days in May,' that Mike posted a short while ago, is more full of holes that a colander. He really writes with no regard for truth at all.

Misti Parker said...



Nearly half of 600 Muslim-American citizens polled who plan to vote in the 2012 presidential election believe parodies of Muhammad should be prosecuted criminally in the U.S., and one in eight say the offense is so serious violators should face the death penalty.

by the public-opinion research and media consulting company Wenzel Strategies.

The poll also found 40 percent of Muslims in America believe they should not be judged by U.S. law and the Constitution, but by Shariah standards.

http://www.wnd.com/2012/10/guess-who-u-s-muslims-are-voting-for/


Misti Parker said...


Perhaps overlooked is the CIA’s role in purportedly using the Benghazi mission to coordinate U.S. aid to Syrian opposition groups and information those same insurgents include jihadists openly acting under the al-Qaida umbrella.

Asked if he will still call for Petraeus to testify despite his resignation, Rep. King replied, “Absolutely, to me, he’s an absolutely necessary witness.”

http://www.wnd.com/2012/11/is-this-why-cia-chief-really-resigned/

FlightSuit said...

Who is Wenzel Strategies, how did they phrase these questions, and where did they get their sample population?

Misti Parker said...



http://www.wenzelstrategies.com/contact/

Misti Parker said...

What do you call the fear of xenophobia?

Profiling makes much more sense than wasting time by strip searching everybody, or exposing everyone to radiation, for the sake of pretense. Not all Muslims are terrorists, but most all terrorists are, indeed, Muslim. Ever since 9/11, you haven't heard of word from the IRA.

Chris Lopes said...

7 Days in May, really? Did Bara ever see the movie, let alone read the book? Here's a hint kids, when using pop culture references, it helps to actually be familiar with the source material.

expat said...

One of the principal analogies he draws is that Petraeus was brought down by a sex scandal, just like the fictional James Matoon Scott. However, it's false. In the book and the movie, President Lyman had the evidence of a sex scandal but decided not to use it, preferring instead to threaten a prosecution for treason unless Scott and his fellow-conspirators resign.

That's just the most important of the many holes in Bara's proposal.

(This happens to be one of my all-time favorite movies)

expat said...

The only gripe I have about the movie is the casting of Ava Gardner, who looks exactly like my ex Mother-in-law.

Misti Parker said...

So you had a total boner for your mother-in-law, Pattacakes?

Misti Parker said...


Pandora and The Flying Dutchman and Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff

Philip French
The Observer, Saturday 15 May 2010

http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/Gallery_Images/2010/5/14/1273852839332/Ava-Gardner-in-Pandora-an-006.jpg


http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2010/may/16/jack-cardiff-documentary-review

Ms Emma Peel said...

@Misti Parker. I don`t understand what is your problem with Muslim extremism?. So far,Muslim radicalism (Wahhabism in particular) has revealed itself to be the best asset for US hegemonism and expansionism.When the mighty US of A is not happy with Secular regimes like those of Saddam Hussein,Gaddafi or Bashar Al Assad, he replaces it with fundamentalists.Plus,each & every time your country invades or bombs to smithereens another country,your people learn about geography

FlightSuit said...

According to the 2010 US Census, Muslims comprise 0.8% of the US population. Yet there are people who are convinced Sharia law will be enacted soon if we don't do something to combat the creeping crescent moon menace.

LOL.

Strahlungsamt said...

Misti,

You're convinced Hoagie is a spook, yet you quote wnd.com quite a bit on here. WND, or World Net Daily are the Fundie/Zionist loonies who sent Orly Taitz into Kenya to bribe the authorities into "releasing" Obama's supposedly real birth certificate, pointing out a broken 'a' key as evidence that it came from Africa. All while ignoring the fact that they could have bought any kind of certificate with that bribe money.
That story was more pathetic than anything Hoagie or Mike could come up with yet it is taken as Gospel truth by millions. The rest of the world was laughing at the USA over it.

Who's the (very highly) paid disinformation agent now?

Quoting WND for facts is like getting your science and astronomy facts from Hoagie and Mike or your history from North Korean propaganda. In other words less than worthless.

Ms Emma Peel said...

@Strahlungsamt.Mike Bara is a Birther & crypto racist.The way he speaks about Muslims & Arabs in general leaves no ambiguity.The imbecile was probably separated at birth with a Ku Klux Klan cross-dressing lunatic

Chris Lopes said...

Another problem with Bara's analogy is that the general being forced to resign is the bad guy. Unless Mike's claiming Petraeus did something bad and Obama was putting an end to it (unlikely given his view of Obama), it's a fail on even the most basic level of the story.

expat said...

That's just it, Chris. The Bara fantasy is that Gen. Petraeus was plotting a coup. This proposition passes the Bara Truthiness Test on grounds that "It sounds good and gets me some attention."

In fact, here's the whole wretched scenario:

"I'm sure it's just a coincidence that Obama is replacing all of the military officers in a position to direct such a coup, and that all of them hold essentially the same positions as the characters in "7 days in May," and that 7DIM was on TV last week just days before the election, and that the respected General in the film is forced to resign in a sex scandal, and that the widely respected General David Patraeus just resigned in a sex scandal, and that there was a shooting incident near the White House just a few days ago, and that the Admiral Obama relieved is being held incommunicado at an unknown military base just like the Admiral in 7DIM, and that the film "Wag the Dog" portrayed a president involved in a sex scandal who looked exactly like Bill Clinton walking a rope line and giving a hug to young girl in a blue beret who looked exactly like Monica Lewinsky, and that this film was released 6 months before the Lewinksy scandal broke and before anybody had ever heard of Monica Lewinsky or seen the famous footage of Clinton hugging her on the rope line as she wore a blue beret. You may now return to sleep. The Matrix is glad to have you back and comfy in your pod."

jourget said...

I wonder if Mike and Rich's relationship really got rolling when they started comparing notes about the "clues" to the grand conspiracy visible in all forms of fictional media. While their political orientations could hardly be different, they seem to share that weird aberration where there's no line between fiction and the real world.

Ms Emma Peel said...

Come on people,who takes Mike Bara seriously?.On Bara`s Ancient Aliens on the Moon Amazon page, there are 8 customer reviews, 5 of which are negative & coming from debunkers.For "the Choice" ,15 customer reviews.Nobody reads Bara`s books & even less care about reviewing his garbage. Giorgio Tsoukalos & Phillip Coppens are big fishes on the international lecture market,Bara is left with the bottom of the basket of paranormal radio shows, & occasionally does something like Conscious Life Expo (not even as an official guest but as a last minute replacement) which is the Wall-mart of New Age conferencing.Hoagland is a crook but at least he has the creativity to shape new funny stories on regular base, Mike Bara is irretrievably under-qualified to produce anything stimulating

Esteban Navarro said...

..."So far,Muslim radicalism (Wahhabism in particular) has revealed itself to be the best asset for US hegemonism and expansionism.When the mighty US of A is not happy with Secular regimes like those of Saddam Hussein,Gaddafi or Bashar Al Assad, he replaces it with fundamentalists."

Bravo, Ms Emma Peel, Bravísimo.

Misti Parker said...

O'bama was CIA when he wasn't really at Columbia University and went to Pakistan on his Indonesian passport. Like a good, loyal, soldier, General Patraeus fell on his sword.

Misti Parker said...

O'bama used Al-Qaeda to overthrow uncooperative pseudo allies that the US and Europe couldn't very well find grounds to attack, but as Al-Qaeda assumes leadership throughout the so-called, Middle East, THEN the US and Europe WILL have grounds to conquer what it fails to co-opt of Islam. Soon there will be no more United States, but only one big Union of Western nation states.

Ms Emma Peel said...

Muchas Gracias Señor Navarro

Misti Parker torn between Lyndon LaRouche & Robert Spencer;)

Misti Parker said...

None of this bullshit really even matters. The fact that O'bama is an illegal alien, befriended by the Masons, due to his British royal blood, the fact that NASA is too paranoid to either confirm nor deny anything, the fact the Richard C Hoagland burns his ghost writers; none of it.

No leader can even begin to solve all the World's problems, laws are only selectively enforced, because most laws are actually unenforceable. Life cannot exist in the radiation of Outer Space and Hoagland's ghosts couldn't get published without backing from the CIA in the first place.

FlightSuit said...

Really, Misti? It takes backing from the CIA to get a wingnut book published? How do you know this?

As to your assertion that Obama is an illegal alien, you can't possibly be stupid enough to actually believe that, so why even say it?

Misti Parker said...

In this anything goes age of relative moralism or situational ethics, the point gets lost, that the reason why it used to be illegal, if it no longer be the case, for married service men to engage in extra marital affairs, and the reason against homosexuals being allowed to serve in the military, was because such behavior makes the subject susceptible to black mail and coercion to do the bidding of the enemy.

Misti Parker said...

Where O'bama was actually born, has become irrelevant, as it is written in his supposed, auto-biography that his father was Kenyan. The Constitution for the United States of America states that for anyone to be eligible to hold office of President, that they have to be a "Natural Born Citizen". The Constitution does not define the term. It once was common knowledge. Subsequently, there have been four Supreme Court decisions which find that a Natural Born Citizen
has to have BOTH parents be United States citizens. Kenya was a British colony at the time that Barac was born, so his father was British.

Years latter, Barack's mother married somebody else who adopted him, moved to Indonesia, changed his name to Barry Soetoro, and enrolled him into public school, which requires all students to be Indonesian citizens and Muslim. Therefore, Barry's step dad MUST have renounced Barack O'bamass' US citizenship and converted him to Islam.

There is no record or Barack Hussein Obama ever having regained United States citizenship, but even if he had, it would be 'naturalized,' NOT "Natural Born".

Why do you think the Republicans tolerate this? Because having this dirt on him makes him susceptible to black mail and coercion. If Barry doesn't play his cards right, he'll be deported.

FlightSuit said...

So what happens if a soldier is in an open, polyamorous marriage? Does he still get courtmartialed for cheating if it's not actually considered cheating according to the rules of his particular marriage?

expat said...

Lost? Are you daft? That's exactly why Gen. Petraeus's indiscretion was seen --even by himself -- as unacceptable.

FlightSuit said...

Good Lord Misti, you actually believe that birther nonsense?

When you write "Therefore, Barry's step dad MUST have renounced Barack O'bamass' US citizenship and converted him to Islam," you are engaging in exactly the same kind of conspiratorial speculation for which Hoagland and Bara are famous. You are basically saying, "It sounds good, it could be true, so therefore it is."

How do you know the school didn't happen to make an exception to their alleged admissions policy?

Furthermore, so what if Obama's adopted father did "renounce" Obama's citizenship? That's not quite the same thing as Obama himself renouncing his citizenship, now is it?

And do you even know whether a parent has the legal right to renounce their child's citizenship?

Jesus, you're so deluded, it makes my head hurt.

harry starkers said...

Hi expat - I saw this and thought of you guys..
youtube.com/watch?v=j9w-i5oZqaQ

Ancient Aliens debunked - it's three hours long,but well worth every minute.

Also - Expat - I think you should know that the paracast show you did supports the work of David Jacobs,a history professor who is a big name in the alien abduction circus.
In my opinion he is infinitely worse than hoagland and bara - he is screwing with peoples minds and personalities.

Here is an archive of another show called paratopia -

cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5650.xml

I urge you all to listen to episode 55 - Dr. Scott Lilienfeld, who is a professor of psychology at Emory University and editor of Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice.Hypnosis is not a tool that should be used for memory retrieval.Certainly not by history professors over the telephone.Bara is nothing compared to that Idiot Jacobs.If any of you out there reading this give any credence to the work of john mack and budd hopkins then you really need to listen to this podcast.

More pertinent to this blog,episode 23 - "Wes Owsley, Ex-NASA SysAdmin for Russia. Wes has long heard talk of the Secret Space Program, and is here to educate the UFO and conspiracy communities about the notion."
One nugget he lodged in my brain forever - one shuttle launch took a months worth of the entire hydrogen production of America,including its transport network..everyone else who needed hydrogen went to the back of the queue.secret shuttle launches do not happen.

FlightSuit said...

As to your racist assertion that Obama is a Muslim (and that's what that argument is, at its heart; an appeal to xenophobia), who gives a flying fuck? In point of fact, he is not a Muslim, but I think I speak for a lot of people when I say that one psychotic, Abrahamic religion is pretty much the same as any other psychotic, Abrahamic religion.

Is he expressing Muslim values when he protects a woman's right to have birth control or an abortion, Misti? Is he being a good Muslim when he supports gay rights, Misti?

Wait, wait, let me guess: You're going to pull some Koran verse out of your ass which you think authorizes Muslims to support reproductive freedom and gay rights for non-Muslims if it's part of some grand conspiracy to infiltrate and destroy non-Muslim society, right?

Misti, please, for God's sake, STOP BEING A CRAZY PERSON AND STOP HOLDING CRAZY BELIEFS!

Misti Parker said...

Not only is Barry Soetoro NOT a US citizen, he probably wasn't born in Hawaii in the first place. The supposed birth certificate produced by anonymous technicians on his behalf to the White House website, has been overwhelmingly debunked as a fake and a bad one at that. The graphics are poorly done, and even the numbers on it don't make sense according to procedures of the State of Hawaii.

Say that Barack was born offshore. His father was Kenyan, and his mother was too young to confer US citizenship to a child not actually born in the United States.

This is a real possibility, but as illustrated above, the point is moot, because the public prima facie evidence proves that the defacto president is not a US citizen, no matter how you look at it.

expat said...

>>I think you should know that the paracast show you did supports the work of David Jacobs,a history professor who is a big name in the alien abduction circus.<<

Yes, I know who he is and I concur with your judgement. But.... supports? You mean they make money??? That's not what they told me, but then *shrug* the safest assumption is that everyone's lying about money and sex.

Thanks for your post, it's very welcome.

Misti Parker said...

We have no evidence of an public Indonesian school, ever having made any exception to any Sharia laws of that Muslim nation.

I don't care what O'bamass' religion is, but I doubt if he really believes in what ever it is, anyway. His mentor Jeramiah Wright arranges hetero marriages for homo men, so they can pass for straight and get ahead in society.

Upon O'bamass' election to first term, the number two man of Al-Qaeda called him a "House Negro" and an "dishonorable black". He didn't buy the Muslim sympathizer bs from the start.

Kadafi called him an African brother, but look how O'bama stabbed him in the back.

Misti Parker said...

I honestly don't see any significant difference in any of the policies of Bill Clinton, George Bush, or Barry O'bama.

Misti Parker said...

All of whom are cousins, by the way.

harry starkers said...

apologies - did not mean financial support.

FlightSuit said...

Misti, the only difference between you and Richard C. Hoagland and Mike Bara is that the bullshit you believe in is slightly different from the bullshit they believe in.

Stop being delusional, OK?

Misti Parker said...

Korea and Vietnam were un-declared wars, but Congress still controlled the purse strings. Iran Contra got around that by importing and selling illegal drugs, but there was still the pesky matter of fighting an un-declared war. Now, with war declared on drugs and terrorism, along with CIA front business ventures, any administration has carte blanche to ignore all constraints of law or budget.

Benghazi was a covert mission. Petraeus was most likely asked to volunteer to be indirectly, scapegoated. I doubt if there is significant political will to subpena him to testify, but if during the next four years, Congressional investigations and hearings take place, Petraeus may follow in the swim strokes of William Colby.

Misti Parker said...




Safe House (2012)

Misti Parker said...

Of course, if Petraeus ends up deep sixed, the explanation might well be what Barassays. It's a thankless job sometimes. The agency would most likely in that case, award Petraeus the Blue Heart, posthumously.

FlightSuit said...

Misti, you are concocting a bunch of fantasy scenarios that are unsupported by evidence. Again, that is exactly what Hoagland and Bara do.

Misti Parker said...

I started out as a fan of Richard C Hoagland, until he started insulting me, instead of answering my honestly well intended questions. Tara has given the best analysis of subjective de-bunkers in a thread below.

It's a good thing that the CIA is in the drug smuggling business, because I don't have any reportable income for them to tax. It's too bad that NASA is merely a front agency, without any profitable subsidiaries.

Misti Parker said...

For some reason, the Orbs seem to prefer my company to that of the CIA or NASA. Go figg'a.

Misti Parker said...

Just because the DoD and NASA can't get it up, doesn't mean they are entirely Dick-less.

Misti Parker said...

If anything happens to me, I blame Fright Soot.

Chris Lopes said...

Expat,
I wasn't aware that Bara had gone full Alex Jones on this one. Quite sad really.

Misti Parker said...

What did Alex Jones say about this, Topher?

Misti Parker said...

Patraeus resigned at a time when the U.S. intelligence community is facing criticism over both its response to the assault in Benghazi and whether it had early warnings of al-Qaida plans to attack the U.S. mission in that country.

The White House and multiple State Department officials had immediately blamed a crude film about the Islamic figure Mohammad for what they claimed were popular protests that preceded the attacks on the U.S. mission.

According to new, vivid accounts provided by the State Department and intelligence officials, no such popular demonstration took place the night of the attack. Instead, video footage from Benghazi reportedly shows an organized group of armed men attacking the compound, the officials said.

That Benghazi compound is repeatedly referred by the news media to as a “consulate.”

However, as WND reported, the building was not a consulate and at no point functioned as one, according to informed Middle East security officials.

Instead, the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi served as a meeting place to coordinate aid for the rebel-led insurgencies in the Middle East, the security officials said.

Among the tasks performed inside the building was collaborating with Arab countries on the recruitment of fighters – including jihadists – to target Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria.

The distinction may help explain why there was no major public security presence at what has been described as a “consulate.” Such a presence would draw attention to the shabby, nondescript building that was allegedly used for such sensitive purposes.

U.S. officials have since been more careful in their rhetoric, while not contradicting the media narrative that a consulate was attacked.

In his remarks on the attack, Obama has referred to the Benghazi post as a “U.S. mission.”

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has similarly called the post a “mission.”

The State Department website lists no consulate in Benghazi.

Stevens and three other American diplomats were killed on Sept. 11 in an attack blamed on Islamists.

One witness to the mob scene in Libya said some of the gunmen attacking the U.S. installation had identified themselves as members of Ansar al-Shariah, which represents al-Qaida in Yemen and Libya.

The al-Qaida offshoot released a statement denying its members were behind the deadly attack, but a man identified as a leader of the Ansar brigade told Al Jazeera the group indeed took part in the Benghazi attack.

Al-Qaida among U.S.-supported rebels

As KleinOnline reported, questions remain about the nature of U.S. support for the revolutions in Egypt and Libya, including reports the U.S.-aided rebels that toppled Muammar Gadhafi’s regime in Libya consisted of al-Qaida and jihad groups. The U.S. provided direct assistance, including weapons and finances, to the Libyan rebels.

Similarly, the Obama administration is currently aiding the rebels fighting Assad’s regime in Syria amid widespread reports that al-Qaida jihadists are included in the ranks of the Free Syrian Army. Earlier this month, Obama announced $50 million more in aid to the Syrian rebels.

by Aaron Klein

Misti Parker said...

So the big question for Congress to ask General David Petraeus is: 'Has the United States been providing aid and comfort to the Enemy, by supplying arms and financing to Al-Qaeda, and if so, under who's orders?'

Ms Emma Peel said...

@FlightSuit.
1)I wouldn't call Misti crazy,I think she is genuinely looking for answers, torn between a quest for rationality, her personal "paranormal" experiences & her productive & creative imagination.
2) Labeling her as racist is not deserved.As far as I am aware the way she speaks about Muslim (negatively)is pretty much "politically correct" since 2001.She has shown prejudices but not racism.

Misti Parker said...

This may sound phony and cliche to say, but my truly closest friends are Persian. They are the nicest folks I ever have known. They consider themselves to be moderate Muslims. That is to say, they don't take their holy book any more literally than do most Christians.

Trouble is, moderate Muslims are persecuted more harshly by Jihadis than are Christians. The Jihadis do in fact actually represent true Islam, if you take their book literally.

I am neither racist, prejudiced. nor idealist. I am a realist.

Misti Parker said...

I'm not really looking for answers. The ancient Hebrew Scriptures have foretold everything perfectly already. I only ask questions, in order for respondents to either have to tell the truth or else hang from their own petard.

FlightSuit said...

Repeating the lie that Barack Obama is a Muslim (and/or a foreigner) is, at its core, a fundamentally bigoted act, because it plays on the notion of Obama's otherness. As I said, it is an appeal to xenophobia.

Misti Parker said...

Take Topher for instance. He still hasn't clarified how Bara equates with Alex Jones. I don't believe that Bara has either quoted or paraphrased Alex Jones' take on this at all. I don't really wonder in the slightest. I suspect that Topher is disparaging both Bara and Jones with one brief ad hominem stroke.

Biological_Unit said...

Bushbama trains the AQ at Guantanomo, and uses them in cynical and pointless wars.

Misti Parker said...

Barry Soetoro, formerly known as Barack Hussein Obama, had his ghost, Bill Ayers, write for him in the supposed auto biography, that his father was Kenyan. When his step dad changed his name and enrolled him in public school in Indonesia, he HAD TO BY LAW, forfeit US citizenship and become Muslim.

I sincerely doubt that he believes in the Koran. I don't even think he really was queer. I suspect that as a CIA operative, who went to Pakistan at a time when Americans were not allowed in that country, he continued to work for the CIA when he returned to the United States, in order to spy on black separatists, and Muslim fundamentalists, as well as the Weather Underground.

Misti Parker said...

O'bama TRADES on his "otherness".

Ms Emma Peel said...

@Misti.With all due respect,looking for answers through Talmudism & (or)Rabbinical literature is definitively the wrong move.Seriously leave this stuff alone.

Misti Parker said...

As BU points out, O'bama is the total IN-sider.

Misti Parker said...

The only veracious Hebrew texts to which I refer are contained in the King James Version. There are more that twelve hundred Prophecies on over eight hundred topic, eighty percent of which have all come true, exactly as foretold. The remaining twenty percent are all for the future; most of which are to transpire withing a seven year period of time.

The Bible sets forth the challenge for anyone to find so much as one prophecy to turn out other than as predicted, then the entire compilation is to be destroyed and forgotten.

The best of the secular prognosticators, such as Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce and the like, have only about a sixty percent success rate. While that is amazingly well beyond the laws of statistical probability, those fortune tellers would have to be stoned to death, according to Scripture.

The fact that it's one hundred percent accurate so far, does not prove that the rest of the predictions will come true, but just as one learns to trust an old friend over time, one can learn to trust the Bible. It still requires faith, but not blind faith.

Misti Parker said...

I hate to break the bad news to you Fright Soot, but at the risk of being bigoted, Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't eligible to be president, either, and he really is a naturalized US citizen. Barry never did regain it, if he ever had it in the first place. Ignoring the facts just so not to appear bigoted, or prejudiced is called being a chump.

Misti Parker said...

The point to the wars, BU, is to break down the old order, the status quo, in order for the Phoenix of the New World Order to rise from the ashes.

Misti Parker said...

Before the enactment of the Pat-RIOT Act, it was illegal for Americans to spy on Americans in the United States. O'bama ass an Indonesian and/or British citizen, could spy on Americans in America with impunity. He most likely would have reported to MI6, who then would pass any information about Americans along to the CIA or NSA.

Ms Emma Peel said...

Nostradamus? are you kidding me,on what type of translations are you relying on?. Most Nostradamus "experts" in the US don`t even speak French.It is nearly impossible to make anything out of the quatrains, especially since Nostradamus used a combination of "vieux Français",Latin & Greek.

Misti Parker said...

Okay, Ms Peel, was Nostradamus more accurate or less accurate, then 60%? I'll let you present any translation you chose.

Misti Parker said...

How about Dr Louis Turi? He's a frog. Is he qualified enough to translate Nostradamus?

Misti Parker said...

Latin and Greek are still in modern use. International treaties and business contracts are written by and between other parties to Greece and the Vatican all the time.

FlightSuit said...

So you not only believe thoroughly debunked birther conspiracy theories about Obama, but you also believe in Nostradamus? Oh geeze, this just gets worse and worse.

Misti, please, you've got to come to your senses!

Ms Emma Peel said...

Misti.I do not pretend to be a Nostradanus scholar,but I`ve read a bunch of his Quatrains "dans le texte" & I found extremely difficult to make anything out of it. Give me a particular short Quatrain in French & I`ll translate it in English.Then we`ll compare with the translations of Nostradamus American experts

Misti Parker said...

So the big question for Congress to ask General David Petraeus is: 'Why has the United States been providing aid and comfort to the Enemy, by supplying arms and financing to Al-Qaeda, and under who's orders?'

Misti Parker said...

I don't believe in Nostradamus at all, because even though his hit rate has reportedly been better than average, the Bible says not to go by any of it. The Bible describes anyone who makes so much as one failed prediction, as a false prophet, who's entire record of forecasts must be destroyed and disregarded, irrespective of outcome.

Misti Parker said...

So the big question for Congress to ask General David Petraeus is: 'Why has the United States been providing aid and comfort to the Enemy, by supplying arms and financing to Al-Qaeda, and under who's orders?'

Biological_Unit said...

No one has the guts to say that in public.

Ms Emma Peel said...

"Biological_Unit said...No one has the guts to say that in public".
Not true,it is more than often an issue about "who says what" over "what is being said". Usually,the topics of political intrigues & conspiracies are private hunting & breeding grounds for crackpots & lunatics like Alex Jones

Misti Parker said...

Congress won't ask it, because the Republicans and the Democrats are all supported by the same Oligarchy. The Press won't ask it, because the media outlets are owned by that same Oligarchy. The man in the street won't ask it, because he's been watching too much TV.

Guts and stupidity are the same thing.

Perhaps nobody is stupid enough to ask it. Or maybe it's just brains that people just don't have?

Anonymous said...

@Ms Emma Peel, BU, Ex etc... why are you all still feeding this disinfo troll?

you should ignore it, it probably won't go away but you all need to stop validating it and its pathetic life.

Biological_Unit said...

Trolls are necessary for propaganda to work.

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Ms Emma Peel said...

@Expat.I couldn't resist to listen to Dr.Joseph P. Farrell interview on the Paracast radio show. Eventually the hosts mentioned you. Apparently someone left a message on the Ipod message board,denouncing Expat as a "blithering drunk & an homosexual".Personally I believe the two are not mutually exclusive & interchangeable;). Mike Bara a encore frappé

Esteban Navarro said...

La Rouche and Spencer! Yeah, Ms Peel nice diagnosis! ... BTW, Al Qaida is like Santa Claus: doesn´t exists actually,(sssssshhhhh), are the parents who give "gifts" ... the translation from Arabic to English is "The base" ... (the database of the CIA computers since 90´s bout "Islamic Terrorists" ...
In fact,Osama Bin Laden was never formally charged with anything for anyone.Ever)The empire is fun to talk about it ...And we all expected, as they say at the end of Matrix 2, using the example of Expat...;)

expat said...

>>Apparently someone left a message on the Ipod message board,denouncing Expat as a "blithering drunk & an homosexual"<<

Fame at last!

Anonymous said...

I ask again that we stick to the subject matter which is not fevered fantasy about obama, orbs, or some long dead French conman.

FlightSuit, are you just noticing Misti is delusional? Orva very boring troll?

FlightSuit said...

Anonymous, I am well aware of Misti's quirks. His or her statements simply don't arouse as much ire in me when they don't have to do with Barack Obama. It's one thing to mount a valid criticism of him, but quite another to mindlessly repeat psychotic conspiracy theories which have been repeatedly and comprehensively debunked.

I can not remain calm or objective when presented with anti-Obama conspiracy theories, because those conspiracy theories, besides be factually wrong, flow from a radical political and social philosophy which I find repellent.

Strahlungsamt said...


Apparently someone left a message on the Ipod message board,denouncing Expat as a "blithering drunk & an homosexual"

Fame at last!


The Master Debater shows off his master debating skills again.

Ms Emma Peel said...

Mike Bara worst nightmare:Ziggurat structure found on Mars by Italian "Researcher" Matteo Ianneo

Anonymous said...

I used to come to this site to read expat's humorous and thought-provoking posts. When did it turn into a political site? And this Misti Parker person should consider getting her own blog instead of spamming up the comments. It makes it quite a chore trying to scroll through her ramblings to find relevant posts. Less is more Misti... From now on I'll just read the blog and skip the comment section..

FlightSuit said...

Anonymous, I don't want to be a party to you, or any other reader, being driven away from the comments section. I will try not to stray off-topic if I can possibly help it.

Having said that, I do feel Mike Bara's vitriolic political rants do kind of make politics somewhat relevant to the topic of this blog, which is, after all, Mike Bara and Richard Hoagland.

Ms Emma Peel said...

maturity is a bitter disappointment for which no remedy exists, unless laughter can be said to remedy anything

Ms Emma Peel said...

@Anonymous,You need to chill out;) I disagree with everything that Misti has to say, but she has the right to express herself.Censorship is not the solution. I respect Expat for providing a platform for freedom of expression,even to those he doesn't necessarily agree with.

@Flighsuit,you`re a trouble maker ;)

FlightSuit said...

Me? A troublemaker? I'm quite certain I don't know what you're talking about!

Esteban Navarro said...

Ah, Ms Peel, but that's not a Ziggurat, that's an Olympic podium for several legs Martians !!! ;D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZlF8WIYUoU

Ms Emma Peel said...

@Esteban Navarro
You have been warned, viewing this is considered self inflicted mutilation ;)
http://www.marsanomalies.com/faces

Esteban Navarro said...

Ha-ha-haaaa..!Thank you, Ms Peel, I'm your John Steed. I do collect polysemic images actually, and particulary pareidolias. Two of my favorites. A gift for you. There are not photoshopped:Jesus in the ass of a dog and two trees fans of "blowing in the wind".
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-f7BNMw6Kx9I/TsUEIPXZ4yI/AAAAAAAAA2Q/YEB8nhOis0Y/s1600/cristo_ano_perro_rostro_aparicion_1.jpg

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_ovOGWEce-Yw/SGqGchLi2RI/AAAAAAAADHA/jvtlF80umPQ/s1600/arbol2.pg.jpg

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Ms Emma Peel said...

@Esteban Navarro.Consider yourself lucky,I am not a 15 year old who screams & giggles when she sees genital parts

Misti Parker said...

Fright Soot, are you saying that O'bamass' supposed auto-biography is propaganda, where it's written that his father was Kenyan, or do you merely dissent from the four Supreme Court rulings which define the term, "Natural Born Citizen"?

O'bama is not a Natural Born Citizen and thus not eligible to serve as President of the United States, pursuant to it's Constitution.

Misti Parker said...

Fright Soot is the conspiracy nut in his mis-characterization of my comments. Just like the mis-characterization of the terrorist attack and assassination of the US Ambassador, staff and guards in a Benghazi safe house, as a spontaneous protest at a US Consulate, in response to a satirical movie about Moe.

Misti Parker said...

Petraeus and Benghazi:
A Time for Truth

buchanan.org/blog/petraeus-and-benghazi-a-time-for-truth-5385

By Patrick J. Buchanan



Was the CIA aware that Petraeus’ private emails were being read by the FBI?

Surely, as soon as Petraeus’ affair became known, FBI Director Robert Mueller would have been told and would have alerted Attorney General Eric Holder, who would have alerted the president.

For a matter of such gravity, this is normal procedure. Yet, The New York Times says the FBI and the Justice Department kept the White House in the dark.



By late October, with the FBI, Justice and the White House all in “hear-no-evil” mode, an FBI “whistle-blower” from Florida contacted the Republican leadership in the House and told them of the dynamite the administration was sitting on.

Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s office called Mueller, and the game was up. But the truth was withheld until after Nov. 6.

On Thursday, closed Senate hearings are being held into unanswered questions about the terrorist attack in which Amb. Chris Stevens, two former Navy SEALs and a U.S. diplomat were killed.

There are four basic questions.

Why were repeated warnings from Benghazi about terrorist activity in the area ignored and more security not provided, despite urgent pleas from Stevens and others at the consulate?

Why was the U.S. military unable to come to the rescue of our people begging for help, when the battle in Benghazi lasted on and off for seven hours?

Who, if anyone, gave an order for forces to “stand down” and not go to the rescue of the consulate compound or the safe house? A week before Petraeus’ resignation, the CIA issued a flat denial that any order to stand down ever came from anyone in the agency.

Fourth, when the CIA knew it was a terrorist attack, why did Jay Carney on Sept. 13, David Petraeus to Congress on Sept. 14, UN Amb. Susan Rice on Sept 16 on five TV shows, and Obama before the UN two weeks after 9/11 all keep pushing what the CIA knew was a false and phony story: That it had all come out of a spontaneous protest of an anti-Islamic video made by some clown in California?

There was no protest. Was the video-protest line a cover story to conceal a horrible lapse of security before the attack and a failure to respond during the attack — resulting in the slaughter?

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has sent word she will not be testifying. And she will soon be stepping down. Petraeus is a no-show this week. He is gone. Holder is moving on, and so, too, is Defense Secretary Leon Panetta.

President Nixon’s Attorneys General John Mitchell and Richard Kleindienst and his top aides Bob Haldeman and John Ehrlichman were all subpoenaed by the Watergate Committee and made to testify under oath about a bungled bugging at the DNC.

The Benghazi massacre is a far graver matter, and the country deserves answers. The country deserves the truth.

Misti Parker said...

John McCain tried to claim that he was a Natural Born Citizen by saying that he was born on a US military base, when in fact, he was actually born in a civilian hospital in Panama City, Panama. Both his parents are US citizens, but that isn't enough. One has to be born in the United States, as well as having both parents be US citizens, in order to be a Natural Born Citizen.

Tea Party darling, Marco Rubio, isn't a Natural Born Citizen, either.

Misti Parker said...


Wasn't the entire reason for the creation of Homeland Security, to bring all the disparate spook agencies together under one roof, so that there would be no information withheld by any one agency from all the others?

Then again, wasn't the original intent of keeping all the disparate spook agencies compartmentalized, to provide checks and balances in attempt to prevent total corruption of all intelligence?



http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/fbi-deemed-petraeus-affair-part-criminal-intel-probe/story?id=17696177#.UKKWrZh8ort

"The FBI withheld its findings about Gen. David Petreaus' affair from the White House and congressional leaders because the agency considered them the result of a criminal investigation that never reached the threshold of an intelligence probe, law enforcement sources said today.

The sources said agents followed department guidelines that generally bar sharing information about developing criminal investigations."

Misti Parker said...

Homeland Security had FULL information all along. The statement from the FBI is conspired bullshit.

FlightSuit said...

Misti, all of this garbage about Obama not being a US citizen has been THOROUGHLY debunked here:

http://tinyurl.com/axk7fru

That's a non-partisan source, by the way.

Misti Parker said...

Fright Soot, how about you tell us what it says, and answer the questions that I have repeatedly asked you in response to your unsupported assertions?

Does it say that O'bmass' auto biography is in error when it writes that O'bamass' dad was Kenyan, or has it re written the Constitution for the United States of America, to change eligibility requirements for office of President?

Misti Parker said...


The United States had an unmanned Predator drone over its consulate in Benghazi during the attack that slaughtered four Americans — which should have led to a quicker military response, it was revealed yesterday.

“They stood, and they watched, and our people died,” former CIA commander Gary Berntsen told CBS News.


http://www.nypost.com/p/news/international/us_watched_as_terror_raged_AypAEEA9OK23rPf7Z5BHWO



Patriot Games:Electronic Battlefield

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYDGMj3xJQU

FlightSuit said...

So you're angry because a predator drone didn't launch ordnance into a populated, civilian area?

Misti Parker said...

Fright Soot, how about quit making mis-characterizations about me, and stop ducking questions like Dick Hoagy does?

Misti Parker said...

The drone in Bengazi was relaying real time video as intended.

Remember how O'bama and Hilarity were watching real time satellite TV from the White House, as Osama Bin Laden got killed?

Misti Parker said...

Obama watched Bin Laden die on live video as shoot-out beamed to White House

By Ian Drury, David Williams and Sam Greenhill
UPDATED: 09:05 EST, 3 May 2011

i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/05/03/article-1382859-0BE03DE700000578-150_964x642.jpg


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1382859/Osama-bin-Laden-dead-Photo-Obama-watching-Al-Qaeda-leader-die-live-TV.html#ixzz2C9yypYtZ
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FlightSuit said...

OK, we get it: You are so emotionally attached to the idea of Obama being a bad guy that you will believe any and all conspiracy theories about him.

Personally, I don't give a fuck what happened in Benghazi. Shit happens. Shit happens on EVERY president's watch. That doesn't change the fact that Obama is the best president of my lifetime.

Misti Parker said...

Philosophically, perhaps you make a fair point, Fright Soot. Maybe the ends somehow justify the means in a way that remains to be seen, but factually you are vacant.

Do you now abandon your un-substantiated assertions? Do you argue that O'bamass' supposed auto-biography falsely states that O'bamass' daddy was Kenyan, or is it that you don't understand the clause in the Constitution for the United States, that stipulates that only a Natural Born Citizen is eligible to hold office of President?

Do please try and answer the question this time, as you are becoming tedious.

FlightSuit said...

I've never read Obama's autobiography. He's American, and we American voters overwhelmingly wanted him to be our president. Deal with it.

Misti Parker said...

I've never read O'bamass' supposed auto-bigography either, but I believe his grandmother when she said that she was there at the hospital in Kenya when and where O'bama was born.

FlightSuit said...

Are you aware that our constitution does not define what a "natural born citizen" is?

Misti Parker said...

pFright Soot, now it's clear that you don't even bother to read what you respond too. The Term, "Natural Born Citizen was common knowledge of the Founding Fathers. There have been four Supreme Court decisions which have confirmed that the definition of a "Natural Born Citizen" is for a man to be born withing the United States of America, with both parents being citizens of the United States.

Misti Parker said...

I wouldn't be surprised if Hilarity, who sends her regrets that she won't be available to testify to Congress about Benghazi, as she is currently vacationing in Australia, will never return to the United States.

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