I’ve Been Waiting For You


neil young

I’ve been looking
for a woman
to save my life
Not to beg or to borrow
A woman with
the feeling of
losing once or twice
Who knows how
could it be tomorrow?

I’ve been waiting for you
And you’ve been coming to me
For such a long time now
Such a long time now.

I’ve been waiting for you
And you’ve been coming to me
For such a long time now
Such a long time now.

After Buffalo Springfield, Before Crazy Horse











Crazy Horse Before Neil Young


73 Responses to “I’ve Been Waiting For You”

  1. Tenacity Says:


  2. Troy Says:


  3. Troy Says:

    What if?

  4. ddlew Says:

    Obama sees himself in The Great Pyramid. Could it be that travelers from the future created the pyramids and this was a warning? hhmmmm

  5. Troy Says:

    Some funny stuff here

  6. Troy Says:

    and here

  7. Troy Says:

    Some Crowder

  8. Troy Says:

    This crap shouldn’t have to be…..I’m getting pissed off!!

  9. Troy Says:

    Check this out


  10. Troy Says:

    Here is the video from the above link.

    Liar, liar, pants on fire!!!

  11. rosettasister Says:

    George W Bush is my hero!

    National Security Adviser Muwafaq Rubaie


    But the president’s reference to the 2003 invasion of Iraq as a “war of choice” touched at least one nerve. National Security Adviser Muwafaq Rubaie said that while it was a war of choice, “it was a good choice, because that choice brought down one of the most brutal dictators in history.”

    You’ll love this image!


  12. rosettasister Says:

    Eat this, Jimmy Carter!

    Iraq was a just war

    Omar Fadhil Al-Nidawi | June 02, 2009


    Many still ask: Was it worth it?

    For Iraq and its people however, this war was the beginning of a struggle for rebirth, a very difficult but necessary one, for sure.

    People of my generation who were born in democracies may take the freedom they enjoy for granted. This is certainly not the case for me or my people. I was born a decade after the murderous Ba’ath Party grabbed power in Baghdad in the sinister coup of July 1968. To us, the war brought an end to that 35-year-long nightmare and the beginning of an era of freedom, thanks to our friends in the coalition.

    For me and many Iraqis, it was certainly worth it. Life is better today than it was before 2003. That is even though we were on the receiving end of this war in all its phases, from initial invasion through the bloody sectarian violence and terror that paralysed the country for years. Despite the high price in blood, today is brighter than yesterday. Above all, we have hope – something we did not have under Saddam’s dictatorship – that tomorrow will be even brighter.

    The enemies of a prosperous and democratic Iraq no doubt will intensify their attacks as the US prepares to leave. They will try to take advantage of the anxiety associated with this transition to cultivate disunity and violence. However, they failed when they were strongest and Iraq was weakest. Today, the tide has turned. Iraqis are closer together and the prospects of a prosperous and democratic Iraq become greater day by day.

    Omar Fadhil Al-Nidawi is a security policy specialist from Iraq. He and his brother Mohammed run the weblog Iraq the Model.


    (This is why Obama sickens me. He and his ilk just have to be right on Iraq. But give it time – 10, 20, 30 years from now. What’s past is past. Let’s move on. And stop belittling the sacrifices made by our fighting men and women and their families. Obama clearly cares more about his anti-Bush allies than he does about his own people.)

  13. rosettasister Says:

    America clearly not pleased with Obama of late.



    53% Total Approve

    47% Total Disapprove

    (I think this is the closest I’ve seen these numbers.)

  14. rosettasister Says:

    Madcap Recapture Of The Alamo (This Movie Is Public Domain), Previously Owned By Commonwealth Films Has Now Become Public Domain Since 1992


    Peter Ustinov Jonathan Winters Harry Morgan Keenan Wynn John Astin The Alamo

    See the rest:


  15. rightklik Says:

    “America clearly not pleased with Obama of late.”
    As of yesterday, the presidental approval index was ZERO.

  16. Troy Says:

    If anyone knows how to get this to Polarik then please do, so he can blow this crap right out of the water…..This article has got to be the biggest load of “damage control” horse shit that I have ever read.


  17. rosettasister Says:

    I can email that to him, Troy.

    And I’ll also check to see if anyone posted this at FreeRepublic.

  18. rosettasister Says:

    You gotta hear Jonathan Winters on the State of the Nation. He comes in just after 1:30.


  19. rosettasister Says:

    rightklik Says:
    June 6, 2009 at 6:27 pm

    “America clearly not pleased with Obama of late.”
    As of yesterday, the presidental approval index was ZERO.


    Polarik would love that, rightklik!

    Since that is how he refers to Obama (instead of the One)

    Thanks for paying us a visit!


  20. rosettasister Says:

    The Age of Middle East Atonement

    Therapeutic efforts to disguise the truth never really work.

    By Victor Davis Hanson


    In short, few Arab leaders wish to give a “speech to the West.” They would have to take responsibility, directly or indirectly, for either fostering or appeasing radical Islam, while denying their culpability for its decades of mass murdering. They would also have to lament the global economic havoc caused in part by oil cartels and energy price-fixing.

    President Obama’s intent is noble, but therapeutic efforts to disguise the truth never really work. We will see how the short-term good created by his therapeutic speechmaking compares to the long-term harm caused by telling the Muslim world, once again, that its problems were largely created by us — and, therefore, that we are largely responsible for providing the remedies.

    Neither is true.

  21. rosettasister Says:

    June 5, 2009

    Obama the Humble

    By Charles Krauthammer


    In his much-heralded “Muslim world” address in Cairo Thursday, Obama declared that the Palestinian people’s “situation” is “intolerable.” Indeed it is, the result of 60 years of Palestinian leadership that gave its people corruption, tyranny, religious intolerance and forced militarization; leadership that for three generations — Haj Amin al-Husseini in 1947, Yasser Arafat in 2000, Abbas in December 2008 — rejected every offer of independence and dignity, choosing destitution and despair rather than accept any settlement not accompanied by the extinction of Israel.

    In the 16 years since the Oslo accords turned the West Bank and Gaza over to the Palestinians, their leaders — Fatah and Hamas alike — built no schools, no roads, no courthouses, no hospitals, no institutions that would relieve their people’s suffering. Instead they poured everything into an infrastructure of war and terror, all the while depositing billions (from gullible Western donors) into their Swiss bank accounts.

    Obama says he came to Cairo to tell the truth. But he uttered not a word of that.

    (Obama’s level of understanding of the Arab – Israeli conflict reminds me of many newcomers to this issue. He’s about where I was in 1990.)

  22. rosettasister Says:

    MAY: Obama derangement syndrome?


    If you read the entirety of Mr. Rall’s column – and I don’t recommend that unless your initials are G.W.B., in which case it may brighten your day – you will eventually realize Mr. Rall is using “preventive detentions” interchangeably with “prolonged detentions” – a somewhat different concept in reality, if not in Mr. Rall’s fevered brain.

  23. rosettasister Says:

    Pakistan’s Struggle for Modernity

    The country’s voters have never endorsed religious extremism.



    For a man of words, a bestselling author at that, the reticence of Mr. Obama about the stakes in this struggle is odd and bewildering.

    Ideology is “so yesterday,” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently said, telling us volumes about our current diplomatic practice.

    So for Mr. Obama, it was two days in Turkey — which has hectored us now for the full length of a decade and given voice to the most malignant fantasies of anti-Americanism — and four hours in Camp Victory.

    Under Mr. Obama we are not to embrace the Iraqis, and claim the victory we won there and the decent democratic example we implanted on so unpromising a soil.

    In the same vein, we are to “do Pakistan,” but clinically, without giving a name to the dangers that attend it or to the better heritage we should be calling it to.

    For so pragmatic a people, Americans have done best when called to great undertakings.

    It is not enough to carry to this contested landscape in South Asia the cold-bloodedness of the so-called foreign policy realists.

  24. rosettasister Says:

    Obama not a messiah

    US president’s lofty objectives would be difficult to secure in just four years


    Religious tightrope

    Obama is also walking a religious tightrope. His middle name, Hussein, helps him captivate the hearts of the masses in the Muslim world.

    However, it also prompts suspicions by non-Muslims. This suspicion exists not only in America and Israel.

    One of the Egyptians we spoke with, a person who is intimately involved in regional politics, at the highest levels, told us that members of Egypt’s largest minority, the Christian Copts, were wary of Obama because of his father’s Muslim descent.

    Yet once it turned out that he is paying his respects to Egypt, they were reassured:

    National honor is very important to the Copts, no less so than to the Muslims.

    Obama’s speech is like the opening tune of a play that has not yet been written.

    The question is what will happen in Washington later on, and whether we will indeed see the formulation of a plan that would be able to bring together all the anti-Iranian and pro-American powers in the region, including Israel, into one coalition;

    such coalition would aim to secure regional stability –

    curbing Iran, saving Iraq and Afghanistan, and a regional Arab-Israeli peace deal.

    Only a messiah would be able to secure all these objectives in the course of one term in office.

    (I guess this writer didn’t get the memo that Iraq was a “war of choice.”)

  25. rosettasister Says:

    This was W’s policy (not anything new).

    George W. Bush

    Rose Garden Speech on Israel-Palestine Two-State Solution

    delivered 24 June 2002, White House, Washington, D.C.


    (Video) Senior Palestinian official tells Ynet that US president plans to impose track towards two-state solution by the end of 2009


    Click “Medium Quality”


  26. rosettasister Says:

    (Barack Obama ever have a kind word to say about George W Bush? Secretary Clinton ever have a kind word to say about Secretary Rice? Not likely!)

    Published: 2008/06/15 18:41:22 GMT

    Rice warns on Israel settlements

    US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice warned Jewish settlement building was having a “negative effect” on efforts to forge a Middle East peace deal.


  27. rosettasister Says:

    Wild and Wacky Saturdays!

    Edgar Cayce

    See the rest:


  28. rosettasister Says:

    The Continuing Saga of Berg v Taitz


    I was not familiar with some of the terminology you used, so if my questions don’t make sense, that’s probably why.

    I have tried to post whatever I find, no matter the source.

    I’m always interested in getting at the truth, or as close as one can get.

    And I’m always interested in what motivates people.

    Linda Starr is obviously very upset about Berg’s perceived betrayal.

    So it would make sense that she would go to Taitz with her allegations against Liberi.

    I try to keep the Lisa Ostella issue separate in my mind.

    “Taitz is convinced that Liberi and Berg are behind Ostella’s sabotage of her foundation’s domain, old site and donations.”

    I find that a little hard to swallow and a bit paranoid. But from what you’ve written here, I can understand why Taitz would be paranoid right now.

    Liberi’s motivation — keep her past hidden, can’t really blame her for that.

    As far as Ed Hale v MommaE, aren’t their issues entirely separate from Taitz v Berg/Liberi?

    A lot of people are watching this issue, including many in the opposition.

    For me it boils down to the Linda Starr and Orly Taitz allegations against Lisa Liberi.

    Why would Berg and Liberi sue? So they would shut up about Liberi?

    And didn’t they have grounds when Taitz published and emailed Liberi’s Social Security Number?

    So it seems to me there’s plenty of blame to go around here.

    It pissed me off that Taitz dragged MommaE into this simply because Ostella linked her site on Taitz’s old site.

    So I think Taitz has some apologizing to do, too.

    Now I’ve asked this before, and I’ll try and make sense even though I don’t have a legal background.

    I know Berg/Liberi mentioned something about damages due to emailing Liberi’s SS# (a certain amount for each infraction)

    So I can understand why Taitz would have to defend herself. I mean you can’t just open yourself and your family up to those kinds of damages.

    So what can be done at this point? I really don’t care about Liberi’s past. I mean some of my best friends are criminals! Or were criminals.

    And I’m really not interested in all of these peripheral issues, either.

    I wish Berg, et al would drop the whole thing, but they also have a right to defend themselves and their families, too.

    So it seems we’re at an impasse here.

    This whole thing makes us all look foolish, again.

    Again, besides Berg, et al withdrawing their suit, what else can be done besides waiting to see the outcome in court?

    Will it go to court?


  29. rosettasister Says:

    threats and car problems


    I was very reluctant to talk about this matter, since it is very unsettling for my children, my husband and probably most difficult for my mom and dad, but since someone has posted my e-mail on rense.com, I guess I will need to talk about it.

    Indeed, I got a number of threatening messages. One person threatened to shoot me and burn my body for the world to see. A few days ago my husband’s car died.

    It was taken to the shop and they found that a fuse was missing and they could not find that fuse anywhere in the car. At the same time a warning signal went on in my car.

    It took me a few days to get to the mechanic, as I had to fly to Tulsa OK.

    When the car was checked on Thursday, they found that a clamp was removed and a vapor emissions hose was disconnected.

    It caused the gasoline vapors to go to the engine, which could’ve caused a combustion.

    My whole family could’ve died. I reported this to the police. I am preparing dossier #9 with all the details.

    A number of people have written to me that I have to hire 24/7 security and they have written that they support me, they are all behind me, and they are praying for me.

    This is all very nice, but I can’t pay the security with the word of support and prayers.

    Typically those companies charge $40-$50 per hour. Multiply that by 24/7, this is very expensive.

    I get letters, e-mails from attorneys. Mostly it’s big mouth, big ego and grand standing letters. There are only a couple of attorneys helping here and there.

    What most of these attorneys don’t understand, is that Obama was born and raised with the ideas of radical communism.

  30. ryansgrammy Says:

    Enjoy this from Canada Free Press.

  31. ryansgrammy Says:

    I guess these are the same gitmo guys that they were going to try and place in Northern Virginia — seems Canada doesn’t want them either. Sounds like our neighbors to the north are a little unhappy with the one.

  32. sliderblaze Says:

    hey hey people. whats the good word

    i also was sorely dissappointed in zero’s speech in Egypt. some good things, yes, but come one, why not ask the question “where were you”

    In the last 3 decades of muslim slaughters by other tyrannical muslims, where were you?
    When Saddam invaded Kuwait, where were you?
    When Kosovo was in turmoil, where were you?
    When Saddam killed hundreds of thousand, maybe a million of his own people, where were you?
    When the U.S. finally got the gonades to oust Saddam, where were you?

    It easy to criticize the mistakes a nation makes in the liberation of other nations from tyranny while sitting on ones hands. But that is a criticism that we’ll take any day when it comes to freeing fellow human beings, whether they be christians, hindu, athiest or and especially muslims. We did something in Iraq, that the muslim region should have done decades ago. It is better to be criticized for doing something, than to criticize while doing nothing.

    Obama has thoroughly gotten on my last damn nerve.

  33. rosettasister Says:

    Very well stated, slider. I agree wholeheartedly.

    I miss your good common sense!


  34. rosettasister Says:

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) covers Stuart Browning’s “A Short Course in Brain Surgery”



  35. Troy Says:

    Rose, here is an oldie ,but goody for ya….Do you remember these guys?

  36. Troy Says:

    More old goodies

  37. Troy Says:

    Easy Livin’

  38. rosettasister Says:

    Good morning, Troy!

    I don’t remember Trapeze, but I’m a huge Uriah Heep fan!

    Wizard is one of my favorites, and another one is Magician’s Birthday.

    Thanks, Troy!

    I seem to recall I put up a Uriah Heep post a while back.

    I think I called it “Music for Making Out!”

  39. rosettasister Says:

    “The Government Plan” and the End of American Medicine As We Know It


    The New York Times reports this morning that President Obama is going to throw himself into the “debate” on the radical restructuring of American medicine underway on the Hill.

    Except that there hasn’t been any “debate” to date, just a giant head-fake that kept the GOP, doctors, hospitals and insurance companies frozen while the Obama/Pelosi/Reid march towards a “government option” (which means single payer which means rationing and interference with a patient’s choice of doctors and care) was positioned for a summer jam down.

    The Times also provides an overview of what a “government option” means, and it means skyrocketing costs at the start and an almost certain takeover of the entire world of medicine very quickly thereafter.

    The GM precedent is obviously applicable:

    What Team Obama can gain control of, it takes control of. Political power advances through the control of many, not fewer, entities.

    If doctors were to demand a stop to the “government option,” it would quickly disappear, but the AMA has been silent, and doctors are too often too busy to even notice the steamroller headed their way.

    The list of “Blue Dog Democrats” below, complete with contact information, is where local doctors ought to begin to lodge their protests.


    In another eight weeks, it will be too late.

  40. rosettasister Says:

    I found it!


  41. Troy Says:

  42. Troy Says:

    When Sammy Hagar was just a lad he had his beginnings with Montose.

  43. Troy Says:

    Here is the lad

  44. Troy Says:

    Woke up this mornin’ with a wine glass in my hand

  45. rosettasister Says:

    Troy, thanks for the C S N & Y!

    I had something to do with my husband bidding on this account (he probably wishes I hadn’t!).

    Anyways, he called home from there and said, “I’m watching CSN&Y do “Woodstock” at Woodstock!”

    I guess you could say that was a very special phone call.


  46. Troy Says:

  47. rosettasister Says:

    Is healthcare bill faltering?


    This from Robert Reich:

    “I’ve poked around Washington today, talking with friends on the Hill who confirm the worst:

    Big Pharma and Big Insurance are gaining ground in their campaign to kill the public option in the emerging health care bill …”

    Reich also thinks that talk about a public option that would only kick in if healthcare costs failed to come down is a back-handed way of killing the public option.

    But GOPers I talk to worry about just the opposite, that with Dems as the trigger pullers, the trigger for a public option would definitely get pulled.

    (Well, I’m glad this is finally being discussed. But I respectfully disagree. The trigger was never pulled with Bush’s prescription coverage for the elderly. The private sector stepped up to the plate because they wanted a piece of that pie. And we’re talking a much bigger pie here.)

    (I think Reich is correct here. Yes, supporters of the trigger support it precisely because they never want it to be pulled. I guess it’s all in how the language of the bill is written.)

    (Repubs had better tread lightly here. If there is no bill, which I doubt, they will be seen to be heartless obstructionists. And if they oppose the trigger, Dems will say, see we can’t work with these people and pass a bill with a real “public” option using reconciliation.)

  48. Troy Says:

  49. rosettasister Says:

    Troy, do you know I tried to get someone to go and see R.E.M. with me years ago, it was right after their first album which is still my favorite.

    And no one would go. The venue was a small club in Scotia, NY and I was too chicken to go by myself!

  50. rosettasister Says:

    Claudia, sing a song which will take you to your happy place!

    A Snow(e) Job for SURE!

    By Claudia Ricci


    “It’s just a way of killing the public plan,” my husband said, reading Reich’s comments to me from his Blackberry.

    This infuriated me. When I started to think about all the people who would be hurt NOT having a public insurance plan, I just started to ripple with anger.

    Yeah, so, that’s what galled me. Literally. That’s when my gall bladder, now missing for three days, started to ache like hell.

    Go figure.

    We feel what we feel bodily. Our emotions course in biochemical form throughout our bloodstream, saturating our tissues. Literally, we are awash with emotions of one sort or another. All our cells are affected.

    And sometimes our language tells the tale.

    OLYMPIA SNOWE YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED. YOU AND THE REST OF YOUR CRONIES. How would YOU feel if YOU had no health insurance? Huh?

    (Claudia, you are making yourself sick with all of your negativity! Snowe wants universal coverage, she just doesn’t want government-run health care. And neither do I.)

    (Snowe is getting hammered on this – her support of the trigger.)

  51. Troy Says:

    rosettasister Says:

    June 7, 2009 at 4:41 pm
    Troy, do you know I tried to get someone to go and see R.E.M. with me years ago, it was right after their first album which is still my favorite.

    And no one would go. The venue was a small club in Scotia, NY and I was too chicken to go by myself!
    Dang it, Rose….I would’ve went with ya

  52. rosettasister Says:

    Thanks, Troy! I knew you would!

  53. rosettasister Says:

    House Progressives Fight For Medicare-like Public Option!


    And Robert Reich explains why we MUST fight for a strong, robust Medicare-like public option that does NOT have the “7-year trigger” and why the trigger is designed to kill the public option in health care reform.

    “This is it, folks. The concrete is being mixed and about to be poured. And after it’s poured and hardens, universal health care will be with us for years to come in whatever form it now takes. Let your representative and senators know you want a public option without conditions or triggers — one that gives the public insurer bargaining leverage over drug companies, and pushes insurers to do what they’ve promised to do. Don’t wait until the concrete hardens and we’ve lost this battle.”

    Are you ready to fight on Monday for a strong, robust Medicare-like public option with no “triggers” and is available immediately to ALL Americans?

    It’s the line in the sand for me, millions of Americans, and our friends in the House and the Senate.

    Health care reform would be a SHAM without a strong, robust Medicare-like public option with no “triggers” and they have to know it because…

    we’re going to YELL like HELL on Monday!

    We’re going to need all of you in this fight. If we don’t have you on our side….

    We’ll fail.

    We won’t get a strong, robust Medicare-like public option if you’re not with us.

    It’s the truth.

    It’s time to check your gut and FIGHT like hell. They won’t know what’s coming when we hit them on Monday.

    (Won’t know what’s coming? But you’ve just spelled it out for us. Snowe wants the same things you do, but she has faith the private sector can deliver for us.)

  54. rosettasister Says:

    SCENARIOS: U.S. health care overhaul on fast track


    President Barack Obama has said he wants the Congress to deliver to him a sweeping overhaul of the $2.5 trillion U.S. health care system by October, arguing it would help put the struggling U.S. economy on a solid growth path for the future.

    It is a very tight timetable for very complex legislation that involves a number of committees in the House of Representatives and Senate. But leaders in both chambers believe they are on track to meet that goal.

    * Obama also wants a public plan option and both Baucus and Dodd say their bills will include one. The issue is how to design it to keep enough Republicans on board to give the Democratic majority bipartisan political cover. Lawmakers are considering a fallback position — a kind of trigger that would put a public plan in place should competition and lower costs fail to materialize.

    * The House bill is unlikely to win backing from Republicans and it is expected to include a public plan option that is more to the liking of liberal Democrats. But a sizable group of conservative Democrats – the so-called Blue Dogs — are cool to the idea and have thrown their weight behind the “trigger” that would go into place should the private sector fail to meet price and competition targets.

  55. rosettasister Says:

    No nation or group is entirely good or entirely bad, but I’m really beginning to have a lot of respect for these Pakistanis.

    Jaag Utha Pakistan, cry villagers


    Hundreds of armed people of Hayagay Sharqi, Kilot, Doon and Man Doog attacked six villages of Doog Darra harbouring the Afghan militants affiliated with the Taliban, killing several of them besides torching their houses.

    Comment from muse:

    More such reporting must be publicized, Pakistanis, regardless of their ethnicity do not care for such extremists and bigots hiding behind the noble skirt of religion.

    Recently much has been made that citizens of Pakistan do not confer legitimacy on the Pakistani state, it is not so much that such notions are wrong bu tthat they are irrelevent, what the citizenry think of as a basic right, is to be safe and will confer legitimacy on any who will forcefully ensure that right and guard it against any usurper.

    Then there are those among us who serve as the information arm and enablers of terrorists, they want to convince us that these terrorists ought to be supported, but Pakistanis are interested in Pakistan and in making our lives better, so our children’s lives will be better, that they will have a chance at being better persons; persons who can not only help themselves but others.

    Amongst us, suporters of the terrorists try and convince us that theirs is a religious and ethnic movement based on ethics and morality, and yet we see clearly just how they are percieved by the local peoples, they are but criminals and rebels who have sold themselves to foreigners and a foreign ideology.

  56. rosettasister Says:

    Taliban feel Pakistani wrath after mosque blast


    Also Sunday, police in the southern city of Karachi said they arrested a would-be bomber allegedly linked to Pakistani Taliban chief Baitullah Mehsud. Explosives and bomb-laden jackets were found during the morning raid, senior police official Javed Bukhari said.

    “He was planning to carry out large attacks in Karachi with other accomplices, but we have averted the attempt,” Bukhari said.

  57. rosettasister Says:


    To: LucyT; Polarik; Beckwith; All


    If you look at the backgrounds of the various members listed on their WHo We Are page:


    It’s obvious none have any background that would qualify them for document analysis. The majority are journalists.

    Here’s what they have to say about the ‘birth announcement’ :

    “In fact, the conspiracy would need to be even deeper than our colleagues realized. In late July, a researcher looking to dig up dirt on Obama instead found a birth announcement that had been published in the Honolulu Advertiser on Sunday, Aug. 13, 1961:”

    Obama’s birth announcement – as shown by Factcheck

    The announcement was posted by a pro-Hillary Clinton blogger who grudgingly concluded that Obama “likely” was born Aug. 4, 1961 in Honolulu.

    BORN IN THE USA:http://www.factcheck.org/elections-2008/born_in_the_usa.html

    However, we now know that BOTH ‘birth announcements’ were supposedly ‘discovered’ and sent to both Atlas Shrugs and TexasDarlin websites by E-MAIL!

    ATLAS SHRUGS:http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2008/07/obamas-birth-no.html

    Infidel Granny in the comment section wrote :

    “A research librarian at the Hawaii State Library just told me she will email me a copy of BOH’s birth announcement. She stated someone else had asked for that info recently and still had it readily available in her folder. It appeared in the Honolulu Sunday Advertiser on Aug. 13, 1961. It said that Mr. and Mrs. BHO had a son on Aug. 4, 1961. Gives their address as 605 Kalaninole Highway. It does not give the name of a hospital were the birth occurred or the name of the son. So, to me, the question remains- Was BHO Jr. actually born on US soil? BHO needs to provide verifiable proof of the exact location (Hawaiian hospital) where he was born.

    I asked her to send me a copy of the Obama’s birth notice.”

    The TexasDarlin ‘birth announcement’ was supplied by ‘Lori Starfelt’ see:


    “*The birth announcement was tracked down by Lori Starfelt, the producer of a documentary that PUMA is working on. READ the comments below for in-depth explanations from Lori about the announcement.”

    There is no mention that anyone ever saw the original or the microfilm. For all we know, Infidel Granny and Lori might be the same person…and I’m not going to far out on a limb by suggesting I think I know who that individual works for, am I?



    308 posted on Sunday, June 07, 2009 3:39:19 AM by Fred Nerks

  58. rosettasister Says:


    To: Fred Nerks; null and void; Beckwith; stockpirate; pissant; PhilDragoo; Candor7; MeekOneGOP; …

    The key thing that we all need to remember that FACTCHECK is a major player in this birth certificate ruse, and they are fully complicit in it, even if the staffers, like Jess Henig, who did the picture shoot and the story with Bob Miller tagging along, may not know the full extent of the “scam.” Henig seems to know more than she’s letting on, and acting naive when the situation calls for it.

    However, from the very start, it was clear that Factcheck was sjilling for Obama, and did more than than anyone to obfuscate the truth about the scan image.

    Rather than confirm the validity of their first birth certificate, Factcheck’s photoshoot took this document fraud to a whole other level.

    The sole reason for why Factcheck took these photos was to back up their claims about the scan image!

    Let that sink in for a moment, because it is a key to their involvement in the BC scam.
    They were not taken to provide evidence that Obama’s COLB was “real.” The photos had to portray the fraudulent document as being the same one used to produce the scan image.

    Factcheck’s “mission” was to quell the controversy arising from the scan image, by specifically addressing the criticisms that were raised by many people, but more importantly – to SPECIFICALLY “debunk” call out the conclusions that I made, as well as those out forth by the fraud, TechDude.

    Today, everyone who invokes Factcheck is referencing the “fact checking “ they did with the scan image, and not their photographs., because that is what Factcheck was doing, and because the scan image was widely disseminated across the Internet, while the photos were not.

    This Friday marks the one year anniversary of the bogus COLB scan being posted on the Daily Kos and Barackobama.com. Who would have thought that a year would go by and this scan image is still being defended to the death by the pro-Obama people convinced (or rather, refuse to believe otherwise) that Obama was born in Hawaii, and is who he says he is. This lousy scan image forgery is their “Golden Calf,” that they worship as the proof of birth of their Oba-Messiah.

    For most of the “Birthers,” the COLB was deemed insignificant and the quest for the long-form BC is to Birthers what the quest for the “Holy Grail” is to Indiana Jones.

    Yet, the original forgery still lingers on, and like a zombie in the night, it refuses to die. But the COLB was DOA from the moment it was posted, and that’s the message I wish to hammer home.

    In regards to the COLB forgery, Factcheck is to Obama what Bonnie was to Clyde.

    Finally, when others marginalize the existence of Obama’s COLB and its importance, it is up to us to capitalize on its nonexistence and the ramifications of document fraud.

    317 posted on Sunday, June 07, 2009 8:13:54 AM by Polarik (It’s the forgery, Stupid!)

  59. rosettasister Says:

    Thanks for all the great tunes, Troy!

  60. rosettasister Says:

  61. rosettasister Says:

    (I almost forgot to post this!)

    “David-Crockett” has been doing a good job of covering Orly Taitz:

    See “Recent Posts”


  62. rosettasister Says:

    I have no idea what this is, but it’s pretty funny!


    IgorMarxo Says:
    June 7, 2009 at 7:33 pm

    Old Russian saying…You can tell same lie 1000 time but not change truth!

    Difference between USSR Communist media and USA “mainstream media”

    In Russia government make media say what they want – even if lie.
    In USA “mainstream media” try make government what they want – even if lie..
    …..eventually they become same thing?!

    Do we really want someone who can not even show his own birth certificate try “reform” healthcare

    I Igor produce Obama Birth Certificate at http://www.igormarxo.org

  63. rosettasister Says:

    DAVID BRODER COLUMN: Health care battle looms in Congress


    But last week, the “Blue Dogs,” the caucus of conservative House Democrats, declared its opposition to any such government plan unless private insurers fail to offer the options needed by the currently uninsured.

    The Blue Dogs claim 51 members and by some calculations, Obama would need the votes of two-thirds of them to pass a bill in the House without Republican support. And so far, there has been little outreach to the GOP.

    To win over the Blue Dogs and any possible Republicans, Obama will have to convince them that his cost-cutting measures are realistic. But the arbiter of that will be the independent Congressional Budget Office, which historically has cast a skeptical eye on claims of long-term savings from any changes in the health care system.

  64. rosettasister Says:

    “Blue Dodd”


    Health Committee Democrats in the meantime considered “four or five” options for a public plan Wednesday as they met, Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., told CQ Politics.

    And the Blue Dog Democrats – a fiscally conservative subset of the party – think a trigger mechanism for a public plan is the only way they can stomach such a mandate, according to Reuters:

    “They want a public plan to be ‘triggered’ only in the absence of adequate competition and cost containment by the private sector. ‘The truth of the matter is that no one knows what the public option will or will not be able to achieve,’ Representative Mike Ross, who heads the Blue Dog healthcare task force, said in a statement. ‘Frankly, it’s an experiment'” (Smith, 6/3).

  65. cynkading Says:

    Thanks Troy for the Trapeze song Black Cloud. I used to have the album to that but loaned it to my bestfriend in 1975 and never got it back. BTW, saw CSN&Y in Memphis in 1975. It was such an awesome concert.

  66. Troy Says:

    cynkading Says:

    June 7, 2009 at 10:22 pm
    Thanks Troy for the Trapeze song Black Cloud.
    You’re welcome…I love that song!!!

  67. Troy Says:

    rosettasister Says:

    June 7, 2009 at 6:21 pm
    Thanks for all the great tunes, Troy!
    Foxy Rosie, you’re always welcome and ditto, backatcha!!! 😉

  68. Troy Says:

    It’s been a full moon all weekend long here and I’ve been

  69. Troy Says:

    Rahm told Nancy to


  70. Troy Says:

    A tribute to Michelle 😉

  71. Troy Says:

    Please Don’t Judas Me

  72. cynkading Says:

    Wow, I had completely forgot about that song by Redbone, The Witch Queen of New Orleans! Great music memories….

  73. rosettasister Says:

    I played some Devendra Banhart music for my husband yesterday. He liked it.

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