In Memory of Robert Stanley Berkoski on the Occasion of His Birthday


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117 Responses to “In Memory of Robert Stanley Berkoski on the Occasion of His Birthday”

  1. jrinNC Says:

    whoaaaaa – first –

  2. jrinNC Says:

    WTF?? Since when should a state House vote determine to natural-born citizenship for someone?
    by DefendUSx July 29, 2009 18:56

    You heard it right, on Monday, the Hawaii House of Representives voted to declare Obama a “Natural Born Citizen”. Instead of producing the birth certificate, their vote is supposed to somehow make this official.

    It was also reported that Dr. Fukino based her statement on the House vote as to Obama being “natural born and born in Hawaii”. The House vote came out with a notice that “Obama was born in Hawaii, and is an American natural-born citizen”.

    Long-form vault copy or a House vote to provide proof of natural-born citizenship?

  3. rosettasister Says:

    Bob Dean at the Exopolitics Summit Press Conference, Barcelona, 24 July 2009

  4. rosettasister Says:

    exopolitics summit barcelona 2009 – robert “bob” dean – part 1/7

  5. rosettasister Says:

    exopolitics summit barcelona – debate – part 1/7 bob dean, steven greer, brian o’leary, nick pope

  6. rosettasister Says:

    More Like This:

  7. Troy Says:

    Well, I must say that I watched O’Reilly’s “birther” segment tonight and it was not the hatchet job that I thought it was going to be….I think it actually did some good for our side.

  8. Troy Says:

    Bob Dean???…Rose, are you sure that you’re not an “abductee”? 😉

  9. ryansgrammy Says:

    Troy – I’m happy to hear that — I don’t like him particularly and my hubby gets so tired of hearing me yell at the TV so I didn’t turn it on.

  10. Troy Says:

    Yeah, well I lost all respect for him when I saw him drink the kool-aid during his Obama interview.

  11. rosettasister Says:

    Troy Says:
    July 30, 2009 at 1:36 am

    Bob Dean???…Rose, are you sure that you’re not an “abductee”? 😉


    Troy, I am sure that I am an abductee.

    And they don’t like me very much.

    Because I’m a pain in the ass!

  12. Troy Says:

    Troy, I am sure that I am an abductee.
    Oh my!!!…No probes I hope.

  13. Troy Says:

    BTW, which ones were they?

  14. rosettasister Says:

    Well, according to Dan Burisch, they were us from the future.

    I know this sounds whacked, which is why I don’t talk about it.

    But, Troy, you have a way of extracting info from me.

    If you’ve ever really watched Bob Dean, you’d know it’s too painful to discuss.

    BTW, I’ve also had ecstatic experiences with ETs or whatever they were.

    And thank God, the negative experiences ended.

    It was when I was in the midst of that, that I first dreamt of Dan and Marci.

    Which is why I believe them, even though their testimony is unbelievable.

  15. CJ Says:

    So Troy: O’Rielly wasn’t so bad? I couldn’t watch but I can catch it later if it was ok. I just wasn’t ready to hear him lie. Did he have on anyone from our side to give him all the facts as known? Fox must have told him he had to be the one to handle this because he is an Obama lover. Anyone hear mention that Dobbs was leaving CNN and heading to Fox? Saw a rumor about it and was wondering.

  16. Troy Says:

    rosettasister Says:

    July 30, 2009 at 2:07 am
    Well, according to Dan Burisch, they were us from the future.
    Yeah, I’m familiar with that and I don’t rank it in the unbelieveable category….In fact, ever since I was a little kid I always felt that was the most logical explanation and was a deduction that I came up with on my own without having ever discussed the topic with anyone.

    Grays?…Nordics? This is what I was asking…Not the grays, I hope.

  17. sdee Says:

    Michelle Malkin wipes the floor with girley-man Matt Lauer

  18. Troy Says:

    CJ, he had Bernie Goldberg on for an unbiased opinion and Bernie was, as always, level headed about it….It’s worth watching.

  19. Troy Says:

    Ok, well I’ve never heard of the Nordic variety ever intruding on anyone’s sovereignty, but the small Grays are known to be, in many cases, self serving assholes….I’ll leave it at that.

  20. rosettasister Says:

    “Grays?…Nordics? This is what I was asking…Not the grays, I hope.”

    Yes the grays, but they’re not all bad.

    The ones with the long fingers with, I guess, pointy fingernails.

    Whatever they did to keep me “under” didn’t work too well on me.

    So I’d look to the side and I just wanted to say hi, but they weren’t too keen on that.

    And they did cause me physical pain.

    I was never afraid of them, and I don’t think they knew quite how to handle me.

    There was one in particular who seemed to be in charge of “examining” me.

    Actually he seemed very human to me.

    But I let him know that I didn’t appreciate his fingernails down there and hadn’t he ever heard of gloves.

    Well, he, I think it was a he, got all pissy with me.

    So I jumped up, grabbed the instrument from him and scared the shit out of him.

    I screamed at him to just stop it, just stop it.

    He hung around for awhile after that, I think I really spooked him, but he also seemed genuinely concerned for my welfare.

    I know this sounds like a bad dream, but it happened every night.

    Every night. Every night.

    And it nearly drove me mad.

    And I think that’s why it stopped.

    To be honest, I know they do longitudinal studies, so I am worried for my progeny.

    My son spoke of seeing craft outside his window when he was a child.

    I wonder if he even remembers.

    And my daughter, I guess I’ll have to conjure up the courage to speak to her of this.

    She’s very open-minded, and won’t think me a complete loon.

    Thanks, Troy.

    I actually feel a little better having shared that.

  21. Troy Says:

    Ok Rose, good….I wasn’t trying to be nosey, just genuinely interested…I’m glad it has chilled out…It sounds like you were being bothered by the P-45’s…They are desperate and don’t show much consideration for us.

  22. rosettasister Says:

    Troy, I have a wooden bench outside that was a gift from our daughter and her husband.

    I was really having a tough time of it, and bam, I dreamt of Dan Burisch and Marcia.

    I saw Dan as plain as day, so I knew what he looked like before I’d ever seen or even heard of him.

    Marcia was there, too. But I couldn’t really make out her face. Only that she was connected to Dan.

    Anyway, and this was a very vivid, bright dream, they were both sitting outside on my bench.

    And I just slid down between them, sunk really, so distraught.

    I felt they were there to help me.

    And if Dan’s story is true, it wasn’t just me he helped, but all of us.

    Isn’t that an odd dream, though?

    To see someone so clearly in a dream, a stranger.

    I could have met them, and I should have.

    I do regret that.

    But I will introduce myself to them someday.

  23. Troy Says:

    Ewww yuukkk!!!….Sinclair has excerpt from his book posted and it is describing Obama’s “frank and beans”….Im gonna be sick!!!!!

  24. Troy Says:

    After my expirience that I told you about in the email I sent to you awhile back, nothing really surprises me and I rule out nothing….I had never heard of Dan In my life and ran across his interview, via Project Camelot, and I was amazed and somewhat blown away because he confirmed something that I somehow already knew (suspected) since I was a young lad…Don’t ask me how, because I don’t know…A young kid normally doesn’t even contemplate stuff like that, but for some strange reason I came to that deduction at pobably the age of eight.

  25. rosettasister Says:

    That’s pretty amazing, Troy!

    Let’s see, at age eight, I was running down the dunes on the north shore of Long Island with my little pee brain contemplating absolutely nothing.

    And it was grand!

    Good night!

  26. Troy Says:

    G’nite Rosie

  27. song Says:

    Thank you Rose for the Debussy. And Troy?

    Keep the faith Friend!! I think O’Reilly took the back door into the issue.

    Wily, actually.


  28. Tenacity Says:

    I believe you owe a quarter to the party fund.

  29. song Says:

    Never underestimate the power of 1.

  30. song Says:

    Read April Lexington very carefully. Tell me what you think.

  31. ryansgrammy Says:

    Ten–where do I send the money!

    Check this out — lady liberty is obviously peeking under the blindfold!

  32. ryansgrammy Says:

    Ready for the joke du jour? Here it is:

  33. ryansgrammy Says:

    Just saw this in a comment on one of Drudges articles and thought I would share this great quote:

    Theodore Roosevelt’s ideas on Immigrants and being an AMERICAN in 1907.
    ‘In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American….There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag… We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language.. And we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.’
    Theodore Roosevelt 1907

  34. Troy Says:

    Someone emailed these two videos to me.

    Are women are born this way….

  35. Troy Says:

    …and men born this way. 😀

  36. Troy Says:

    More from Leo again today

  37. Troy Says:

    Obama’s to Blame for the Birther Movement

    Obama can end the “birthers” controversy in one single day by releasing the original documents, but for some inexplicable reason he refuses, and the love-struck media never ask him why…

    — Ronald Reagan

    It’s good practice to take a person at his word until someone shows you proof he is lying.

    Barack Obama says he was born in Hawaii, and since no one has shown any proof he was born in Kenya or elsewhere, it’s OK to conclude he was born in Hawaii.

    Sure his grammar school records show that he was enrolled as an Indonesian Muslim, but some people will say anything to get their kid in the right school. It doesn’t really answer the question.

    It’s OK though for others not to use my deferential standard and continue to question whether Obama was born in Hawaii. We aren’t talking about a 12-year-old qualifying to play Little League here. There is a Constitutional mandate that the President be a natural-born citizen, and if Obama is not one, he certainly will have committed the biggest fraud since the White Sox threw the World Series.

    The reason why people still question Obama’s citizen status is one-fold: “President Transparency” has refused to release any original documents on the matter. He can end the controversy in a day by releasing original documents, but for some inexplicable reason he refuses, and his love-struck media never asks him why he won’t. The media instead spends hell-bent hours on making the Birther movement look like fringy, conspiracy-hungry kooks.

    More here

  38. sdee Says:

    story on Drudge about the woman selling her TVs – sick of seeing Bo on every channel 🙂

    “I just got tired of watching him on every channel,” “I thought, my gosh, does he ever stay at the White House?

    “I have the remote real handy,” “I have the batteries. I’m ready for him.”

  39. sdee Says:

    thanks for TeddyR quote grammy. It again reminds me how far PC has taken us from simple common sense, and what leaders understand.

  40. sdee Says:

    Obama at -12. Rasmussen

  41. Troy Says:


    Former Army Captain Pamela Barnett writes:

    “I am passing this along. It is absolutely crazy. This is why Obama and Pelosi want this rushed through. Americans will not stand for this.

    “A few highlights from the first 500 pages of the Healthcare bill in congress. Half of the cost of this trillion dollar fiasco will be funded by cutting back on medicare treatments. We are taking healthcare away from the people who need it the most. The baby boomers and older, that have paid into medicare their whole lives will find their benefits slashed and given to illegal aliens. They will be told to shut up and die….”

    Separately Robert Hefner adds:

    “Neither your congressman nor your senator have read Obama’s Health Care Plan, but one man is reading it and reporting some of the finer points. So far, he has read approximately half of the 1000 or more pages and here are his notes:”

    Contact your Representatives and let them know how you feel about this. We, as a country, cannot afford another 1000 page bill to go through congress without being read. Another 500 pages to go. I have highlighted a few of the items that are down right unconstitutional.

    • Page 22: Mandates audits of all employers that self-insure!

    • Page 29: Admission: your health care will be rationed!

    • Page 30: A government committee will decide what treatments and benefits you get (and, unlike an insurer, there will be no appeals process)

    • Page 42: The “Health Choices Commissioner” will decide health benefits for you. You will have no choice. None.

    • Page 50: All non-US citizens, illegal or not, will be provided with free healthcare services.

    • Page 58: Every person will be issued a National ID Healthcard.

    • Page 59: The federal government will have direct, real-time access to all individual bank accounts for electronic funds transfer.

    • Page 65: Taxpayers will subsidize all union retiree and community organizer health plans (read: SEIU, UAW and ACORN)

    • Page 72: All private healthcare plans must conform to government rules to participate in a Healthcare Exchange.

    • Page 84: All private healthcare plans must participate in the Healthcare Exchange (i.e., total government control of private plans)

    • Page 91: Government mandates linguistic infrastructure for services; translation: illegal aliens

    • Page 95: The Government will pay ACORN and Americorps to sign up individuals for Government-run Health Care plan.

    • Page 102: Those eligible for Medicaid will be automatically enrolled: you have no choice in the matter.

    • Page 124: No company can sue the government for price-fixing. No “judicial review” is permitted against the government monopoly. Put simply, private insurers will be crushed.

    • Page 127: The AMA sold doctors out: the government will set wages.

    • Page 145: An employer MUST auto-enroll employees into the government-run public plan. No alternatives.

    • Page 126: Employers MUST pay healthcare bills for part-time employees AND their families.
    • Page 149: Any employer with a payroll of $400K or more, who does not offer the public option, pays an 8% tax on payroll

    • Page 150: Any employer with a payroll of $250K-400K or more, who does not offer the public option, pays a 2 to 6% tax on payroll

    • Page 167: Any individual who doesn’t’ have acceptable healthcare (according to the government) will be taxed 2.5% of income.

    • Page 170: Any NON-RESIDENT alien is exempt from individual taxes (Americans will pay for them).

    • Page 195: Officers and employees of Government Healthcare Bureaucracy will have access to ALL American financial and personal records.

    • Page 203: “The tax imposed under this section shall not be treated as tax.” Yes, it really says that.

    • Page 239: Bill will reduce physician services for Medicaid. Seniors and the poor most affected.”

    • Page 241: Doctors: no matter what specialty you have, you’ll all be paid the same (thanks, AMA!)

    • Page 253: Government sets value of doctors’ time, their professional judgment, etc.

    • Page 265: Government mandates and controls productivity for private healthcare industries.

    • Page 268: Government regulates rental and purchase of power-driven wheelchairs.

    • Page 272: Cancer patients: welcome to the wonderful world of rationing!
    • Page 280: Hospitals will be penalized for what the government deems preventable re-admissions.

    • Page 298: Doctors: if you treat a patient during an initial admission that results in a readmission, you will be penalized by the government.

    • Page 317: Doctors: you are now prohibited for owning and investing in healthcare companies!

    • Page 318: Prohibition on hospital expansion. Hospitals cannot expand without government approval.

    • Page 321: Hospital expansion hinges on “community” input: in other words, yet another payoff for ACORN.

    • Page 335: Government mandates establishment of outcome-based measures: i.e., rationing.

    • Page 341: Government has authority to disqualify Medicare Advantage Plans, HMOs, etc.

    • Page 354: Government will restrict enrollment of SPECIAL NEEDS individuals.

    • Page 379: More bureaucracy: Telehealth Advisory Committee (healthcare by phone).

    • Page 425: More bureaucracy: Advance Care Planning Consult: Senior Citizens, assisted suicide, euthanasia?

    • Page 425: Government will instruct and consult regarding living wills, durable powers of attorney, etc. Mandatory. Appears to lock in estate taxes ahead of time.

    • Page 425: Government provides approved list of end-of-life resources, guiding you in death.

    • Page 427: Government mandates program that orders end-of-life treatment; government dictates how your life ends.

    • Page 429: Advance Care Planning Consult will be used to dictate treatment as patient’s health deteriorates. This can include an ORDER for end-of-life plans. An ORDER from the GOVERNMENT.

    • Page 430: Government will decide what level of treatments you may have at end-of-life.

    • Page 469: Community-based Home Medical Services: more payoffs for ACORN.

    • Page 472: Payments to Community-based organizations: more payoffs for ACORN.

    • Page 489: Government will cover marriage and family therapy. Government intervenes in your marriage.

    • Page 494: Government will cover mental health services: defining, creating and rationing those services.

  42. ryansgrammy Says:

    This stuff gets more unbelievable every day!

  43. ryansgrammy Says:

    Troy that s..t is totally ridiculous. My mom has been in rehab since mid-May after she broke her hip — she would be toast! There aren’t enough nurses and aides in this country now. I’m not exaggerating that about half of the staff of this facility are from countries in Africa because we don’t have enough Americans going into the nursing field. Not only payoffs to ACORN but SEIU who covers a lot of these workers. I WANT MY COUNTRY BACK! I guess that makes me a right wing extremist nut job. If people outside of the DC area could only see who is running their federal government, their jaws would drop a foot (and I’ve been out of there for over a decade so I’m sure its even worse). Its the employer of choice for many deadbeats who don’t want to work. Most of the work is done by the loyal and conscientious 25-30 percent. Thank you for letting me rant and vent — its nice to have a place to do that — Thanks Rose and the Gang 😀

  44. ryansgrammy Says:

    Just read on WND about Beckwith’s decision to close down TheObamaFile — what a loss! As I said yesterday, I never even noticed his donation button. Anyone have his email???? Couldn’t find it on the site.

  45. rosettasister Says:

    2Presidential Approval Index
    3Strongly Approve
    4Strongly Disapprove
    5Total Approve
    6Total Disapprove

    1 07/30/2009
    2 -12
    3 28%
    4 40%
    5 48%
    6 51%

    Total Approval 48%

    That’s a first! He may be losing some on the hard left in terms of “Strongly Approve”

    But in terms of total approval, I suspect he’s losing independents and centrists in both parties.

    i.e., Obama is losing support from the very people who got him elected.

    Don’t I sound like I know what I’m talkin’ about? hehe

  46. rosettasister Says:

    Added: July 30, 2009

    Police turn a boy, look how brave he stays.

    Dat is een echte Iraniër. That is a real Iranian.

    Daarna schiet de politie in de menigte. Then the police in the crowd.

    Fighting people & Police in Vanak SQ–8 Mordad 88

  47. Bones Says:



  48. rosettasister Says:

    I believe this is also from today:

  49. rosettasister Says:

    Tehrani says:
    30 juli 2009 om 16:49 July 30, 2009 at 16:49

    Karoubi aangevallen door oproerpolitie. Karoubi attacked by riot police.

    Mousavi uitgezet van de bijeenkomst. Mousavi out of the meeting.

    Mensen gooien stenen naar de politie in Behesht Zahra.
    People throw rocks at police in Behesht Zahra.

    In Birjand is onaangekondigd noodtoestand en wordt op de lucht geschoten.

    In Birjand is unannounced emergency and on the air shot.

    Anti regering demonstraties in Teheran.
    Anti-government demonstrations in Tehran.

    Oproerpolitie valt mensen aan in Behesht Zahra.
    Police riot is in people Behesht Zahra.

    Dood aan dictator in de bijeenkomst.
    Death to the dictator in the meeting.

    CNN behesht zahra:

  50. rosettasister Says:

  51. rosettasister Says:


    Zahra Rahnavard Mousavi’s Wife in Behesht zahra Tehran

  52. rosettasister Says:

    Gunshoot is hearing from Fatemi Sq, Many protesters clashing with army near Interior Ministry about 2 hours ago

  53. rosettasister Says:

    A lot of video from today’s protests:

  54. NeConservative Says:

    Yay, my state’s doing it now!!!!!

  55. rosettasister Says:

    Nebraska! So that’s what the Ne stands for!

  56. rosettasister Says:

    The mother of Neda Agha Soltan, the 27-year-old Iranian protester whose death on 20 June was captured on mobile phone video, has spoken at length to the BBC World Service. The following is a transcript of the interview with Hajar Rostami Motlagh.


    How would you like your daughter to be remembered?

    I don’t want people to forget her. People – Iranians – have all been very supportive. They come to me and congratulate me for having had such a brave daughter.

    And now I want you to do something for me. I want you, on my behalf, to thank everyone around the world, Iranians and non Iranians, people from every country and culture, people who in their own way, their own tradition, have mourned my child… everyone who lit a candle for her – every musician, who wrote songs for her, who wrote poems about her… you know, Neda loved the arts and music. I want to thank all of them.

    I want to thank politicians and leaders, from every country, at all levels, who remembered my child.

    Her death has been so painful – words can never describe my true feelings. But knowing that the world cried for her… that has comforted me.

    I am proud of her. The world sees her as a symbol, and that makes me happy.

  57. rosettasister Says:

    Iran police clash with mourners

    State TV said police used teargas to disperse crowds from the grave of Neda Agha Soltan, whose death became a symbol of post-election unrest.

    On Wednesday, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she deplored the way the Iranian government was treating those it had imprisoned after the violence and urged authorities to release political detainees.

    Mr Ahmadinejad is to be officially approved as Iranian president on 3 August.


    Profile: Neda Agha Soltan

  58. rosettasister Says:

    It would appear that Obama has thrown these people under the bus. Man, it’s getting awful crowded under there.

    (I’m pretty sure the MEK referred to here and PMOI are one and the same.)

    Iraqi police attacked unarmed members of an Iranian opposition group living in Iraq, known as the MEK. The attack was the latest sign that American influence in Iraq is waning.

  59. rosettasister Says:

    NCRI Statements

  60. ryansgrammy Says:

    Bones — thanks so much for the email address!

  61. rosettasister Says:

    In case any Arizonans are reading this, a real fun venue to see a show.

    We saw Stevie Nicks there. It was great!

    And we heard John McCain speak in Prescott, too. (pronounced press-kit)

    Showtime: Sep 18, 2009 7:30 PM
    Tim’s Toyota Center
    Prescott Valley,AZ

  62. rosettasister Says:

    Any NYC readers?

    Lordy, Lordy! Look what was in my inbox this morning!


    A.R.E. 51

    Inaugural Meeting with Special Guest Stephen Basset — of Paradigm Research Group

    Thursday, July 30, 7 – 9 pm

    Stephen Bassett is a leading advocate in the nation for ending the 61-year government imposed truth embargo regarding an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. Please join us for the beginning of a series of evenings devoted specially to Disclosure held at ARE of New York.

    Members: $20; Non-Members: $25


    Stephen has been urging the government to reveal the secrets about UFO’s and aliens.

    Watch the full interview for free on

  63. rosettasister Says:

  64. rosettasister Says:

    All the President’s “Guarantees”

    by Hugh Hewitt


    … voters will have to do the asking, at every “townhall” and district meeting with a Congressman or a senator.

    E-mail the various offices and ask if your coverage –the same coverage and the same doctors at the same rate– is “guaranteed.”

    Demand to know how such an obviously untrue promise can be made again and again by the president when the government plan will fill up with millions of Americans being pushed down a slide.

    Only if the public grasps the enormity of the changes aimed at their health care and their doctors will they in turn demand that their representatives and senators stop this rush off an Obama cliff.

  65. sdee Says:

    Congress is a carnival sideshow starring the Simpsons.

    Reid blames his media lapdogs for setting August deadline for healthcare bill

    “Senate Democratic leaders on Thursday blamed Capitol Hill media for setting an August deadline for health reform and Republicans for blocking the bill’s progress.”

  66. sdee Says:

    wait…..I thought that was Obama who set the August deadline.

    I’m confused 🙂

  67. rosettasister Says:

    The Blue Dogs Bark and Run Away; The Senate GOP Does Not Fold

    Three GOP senators –Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Charles Grassley of Iowa, and Olympia Snowe of Maine– hold the key to stopping the Obama/Pelosi/Waxman plan by refusing to send a bill to the Senate floor and then on to conference. Mike Enzi threw cold water on the attempt to rush the three GOPers in this CNN story,

    and GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell said on my program yesterday that he was confident about the three GOP negotiators.


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    Mitch McConnell on the prospects of slowing down Obamacare in the Senate


    HH: Now let me ask you a little inside baseball, Senator McConnell.

    I’ve been warning people that even if the Senate Finance Committee came out with a bill that was much improved over the House bill, and that wouldn’t be hard to do,

    but let’s say you got rid of the government option, and you did not have the rationing that the House plan has, but something came out, and the Senate agreed to send that to conference.

    Whatever comes back from conference, is that subject to cloture as well, because that is…

    MM: It’s subject to cloture, but it’s not amendable, and we only have 40 members of my party. And even if we were entirely unified, we would not have enough votes to prevent it.

    So it will get worse.

    I mean, the best bill you might ever see would be some kind of bill in the Finance Committee that would get worse in the course of the legislative process.

    HH: And so don’t Senators Grassley and Snowe and Enzi, who are the three lead Republicans,

    are they negotiating with that certainty in mind, that Henry Waxman will just, I mean, he’ll gut anything they put together.

    MM: Well they’re, you know, in their defense, they’re not free agents. They’re reporting to us.

    We just had a meeting this afternoon where two of the three of them were there talking to us about what’s been going on.

    I don’t think they’re going to sign onto a deal that a vast majority of my conference can’t agree to.

    And we don’t, so far, like much of anything we see in this big government, high tax, mandate approach that the Democratic majority and the President would like to pass.

    (As far as I know, the public “option” (government-run healthcare) part will need 60 votes. And the Senate parliamentarian won’t cross that bridge unless he has to. This is just too important to leave that as an unknown quantity. Isn’t there anyway to get a decision on that before any bill goes to conference?)

  68. rosettasister Says:

    Will this be Waterloo? It could depend on what the definition of ‘score-able’ is.

    The ultimate arbiter of what is and is not covered by the Byrd rule is the Senate parliamentarian, Alan Frumin.

    Look back to this April piece in The Hill for more information about him and his office’s potential role in the health care debate this year.

    Frumin has worked in the parliamentarian’s office for three decades, and he is not considered a pushover.

    Unless they can get around the Byrd rule, Democrats have a tough choice.

    Either come up with $240 billion that the government doesn’t currently have, or else find 60 votes in the Senate.

    Neither option will be easy.

    (So I guess the question is – Is the public “option” (government-run healthcare) covered by the Byrd rule?)

  69. ryansgrammy Says:

    sdee — I thought that was his deadline too — what a bunch of freaking idiots!!!!! Maybe we should all email Reid and send him the article you posted. Perhaps he is showing signs of memory loss — oh no – he better read that bill again–he’s a dead duck under his new hc plan if he’s suffering from dementia.

    I sent the info Troy posted above about certain provisions to lots of people this a.m. and asked that they pass it along.

    I hope the “blue dogs” get dog-eared when they get back home as their constituents start gnawing on them. 😀 The cowards probably won’t even face their people but will go into hiding. I hope there are more people like the lady in the red shirt with her BC in tow to challenge all of these bozos on this ridiculous bill. I don’t know how these buzzards can look at themselves in the mirror each day.

    I am so happy to see the silent majority finally finding their voices and standing up for what they believe in–the USofA. 🙂

  70. rosettasister Says:

    But reconciliation is not just a “50-vote senate,” as it’s sometimes called.

    It’s a process constructed in the 1970s for a specific, limited purpose: to bring existing programs in line (reconcile them) with a long-term budget.

    Since then, it’s been used for huge policy changes: the Reagan and Clinton budget plans, the Bush tax cuts.

    But there are limits.

    Under the senate’s Byrd Rule, intended to hold the process somewhat to its original purpose,

    reconciliation can’t include provisions

    that have no budgetary effect or

    that have an effect outside the current budget window, which right now is five years.

    (Byrd Rule limits can be waived, but by 60 votes, so you’re back in the 60-vote Senate.)

    (Now, I’m even more confused!)

    So you cannot “reconcile” provisions that have an effect outside of five years?

    Surely, the public “option” WILL have an effect outside of 5 years?!

    I’m hoping that means government-run healthcare WILL need 60 votes.

  71. rosettasister Says:

    Public Option Would Not Pass Senate

    Sen. Kent Conrad (D-ND)

    “There’s been no final resolution, but I think there’s a good chance the cooperative plan will be adopted, at least at the committee level. The notion of a cooperative plan is that it’s membership-controlled, membership-run — not government-run, government-controlled.”

  72. rosettasister Says:

    Gregg: Sacking public plan would be ‘big step’ toward health deal

  73. Tenacity Says:

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  74. rosettasister Says:

    One-way health reform from Washington

    The basic problem that the Democrats have with health care reform is that when it comes to taking our system away from free markets, there is just not that much farther we can go.

    We already regulate the practice of medicine and allied health services with licensing cartels.

    We already regulate individual health insurance practically out of existence, particularly in states that require “community rating” and “must-carry,” which force insurance companies to charge the same price to all comers, which means that the only price they can safely charge is the price that assumes you are only asking for insurance because you just came down with a really expensive illness.

    We already have government insuring the poor and the elderly.

    In contrast, there is a lot of room to move health care in the other direction–toward free markets.

    The only real health care reformers are those of us on the libertarian fringe.

    The two major parties are just posturing.

    That’s why I haven’t written much about the day-to-day debate on “reform.”

    It is not clear to me that defeating the Democrats’ legislation is something I should root for.

    We’re still nowhere near considering real reform.

    (“It is not clear to me that defeating the Democrats’ legislation is something I should root for.” – Are you kidding me?! It’s not clear to you that government-run anything should be defeated?! And you call yourself a libertarian?!)

  75. rosettasister Says:

    Getting a recovery in the worst way possible

    The government has its hands in 40% of the economy and when public sector officials can influence

    how banks can value their assets,

    how mortgage servicers should be doing their business,

    who shall fail in the financial industry and who shall not; and

    when we have a central bank that is not just the lender

    but the market of last resort, even for RVs, and

    a government willing to run up its deficit to levels that would have made FDR blush,

    then perhaps we can end up seeing a recovery occur sooner than we had thought.

  76. rosettasister Says:

    America’s top 1 percent pay 40 percent of all taxes

    4) Some in Washington say the tax system is still not progressive enough.

    However, the recent IRS data bolsters the findings of an OECD study released last year showing that the U.S.—not France or Sweden—has the most progressive income tax system among OECD nations.

    We rely more heavily on the top 10 percent of taxpayers than does any nation and our poor people have the lowest tax burden of those in any nation.

    Tax burden of the top 1% of taxpayers now exceeds that paid by bottom 95%

    If I were a rich man, I wouldn’t live in the USA.

  77. rosettasister Says:

    Another bad poll on the Obama agenda

    Health Care Proposals Currently Before Congress

    Generally favor 38
    Generally oppose 44
    Don’t Know 18

    20% of Dems Generally oppose (I’m not alone! I’m not alone!)

  78. rosettasister Says:

    How We’ll Win in Afghanistan

    Task Force Chosin, Afghanistan

    Regardless of these shortcomings, there will be progress over the next year. Gen. David Petraeus, the theater commander, knows how to defeat an insurgency. In the north, we don’t have to occupy every remote valley. Tribal rebels who just plain like to fight can be isolated in the harsh mountains to enjoy their privations. In the south, the Marines and the British are cleansing Helmand Province of the toxic mixture of drug smuggling and insurgent dominance.

    War is not complicated. You have to separate the guerrilla forces from the population and kill them until they no longer want to continue. Al Qaeda, dominated by Arabs, is finished inside Afghanistan. The Taliban are Afghans, to be dealt with by Afghans. As he did in Iraq, Gen. Petraeus wants to recruit local forces to protect their own villages. That will expand the Afghan forces to 300,000 and stabilize the situation. On patrols, Afghan soldiers spot the enemy 10 times more frequently than do coalition solders. Afghan soldiers are brave, hardy, ill-disciplined, individualistic, temperamental and trustworthy.

    A year from now, coalition forces should be able to gradually withdraw, replaced by robust support and adviser units embedded in Afghan security forces. We shouldn’t make this a NATO war, allowing the Afghans to stand back. We’re outsiders, no matter how many schools we build or cups of tea we drink.

  79. sdee Says:

    US Representative reports after Honduras trip that US policy is opposed to freedom.

    Why is no one reporting on this?


    Sadly, it’s Hondurans who tried to save their democracy that are now blacklisted.

    “These visa shenanigans are an attempt to silence people who don’t agree with the U.S. position,” Rep. Connie Mack, D-Fla., told IBD on his return Tuesday from a fact-finding trip to Honduras.

    Why is State doing this? “I don’t think you will get a clear answer from them,” said Mack, “because they are on wrong side.”

    It points to a diplomacy at odds with transparency and freedom.

  80. rosettasister Says:

    Good for Connie Mack!

  81. rosettasister Says:

    Suborned in the U.S.A.

    The birth-certificate controversy is about Obama’s honesty, not where he was born.

    By Andrew C. McCarthy

    There’s speculation out there from the former CIA officer Larry Johnson — who is no right-winger and is convinced the president was born in Hawaii — that the full state records would probably show Obama was adopted by the Indonesian Muslim Lolo Soetoro and became formally known as “Barry Soetoro.”

    Obama may have wanted that suppressed for a host of reasons:

    issues about his citizenship,

    questions about his name (it’s been claimed that Obama represented in his application to the Illinois bar that he had never been known by any name other than Barack Obama), and

    the undermining of his (false) claim of remoteness from Islam.

    Is that true? I don’t know and neither do you.

    But we should know.

    The point has little to do with whether Obama was born in Hawaii. I’m quite confident that he was.

    The issue is:

    What is the true personal history of the man who has been sold to us based on nothing but his personal history?

    On that issue, Obama has demonstrated himself to be an unreliable source and, sadly, we can’t trust the media to get to the bottom of it.

    What’s wrong with saying, to a president who promised unprecedented “transparency”:

    Give us all the raw data and we’ll figure it out for ourselves?

  82. rosettasister Says:

    (Way out of my league, but I thought some may have an interest.)

    Letter To Senator Charles Schumer – Ban Goldman’s SIGMA X Dark Pool

    Zero Hedge would like to highlight that while your letter to Mary Schapiro indicated your concern with such market actors as DirectEdge, BATS and Nasdaq, the truth is there are substantially larger and more dangerous “fish” on which you should focus your attention.

    As a primary example, I would like to refer you to Goldman Sachs’ dark pool, SIGMA X.

  83. Tenacity Says:

    Troy et al,
    This is off tonight’s guest’s blog, RE: a bank holiday.

    Thursday, July 16, 2009
    “A Tremendous Secret”
    These are the kind of things I love, but at the same time hate to hear….

  84. sdee Says:

    ryansgrammy Says:
    July 30, 2009 at 2:44 pm
    … I WANT MY COUNTRY BACK! I guess that makes me a right wing extremist nut job. If people outside of the DC area could only see who is running their federal government, their jaws would drop a foot (and I’ve been out of there for over a decade so I’m sure its even worse). Its the employer of choice for many deadbeats who don’t want to work. Most of the work is done by the loyal and conscientious 25-30 percent.
    Sept 12 – March on Washington

    You’ll feel better 🙂

  85. sdee Says:

    Rose, LC’s talking about you 😉

    Listen my children
    and you shall hear
    of the midnight ride
    of Paul Revere………….

    “”I know people who I will have remain nameless. Some are veterans doing blogs, some are gay people on fixed incomes, some are retired people who are caring for their parents, some are putting their homes together after storms, some are sick and some have almost died, but you never hear it from them as their work goes uninterrupted, while New York, California and Washington DC pundits and columnists earning 6 and 7 figure salaries, peer over their shoulders watching the information flow of this electronic super subway of information which they can not keep up with if they tried.
    There are blogs on the internet which have posted more breaking stories and literal articles in one month than these leading names one sees on television and print have done in their entire careers.””

  86. rosettasister Says:

    I shall take that as a compliment, sdee!


  87. rosettasister Says:

    Tenacity, I’ve seen the quote below repeated on a lot of blogs, but who actually said this and who is the source?

    I know you’re busy getting ready for tonight’s show, so answer when you can.

    Break a leg! So to speak.


    American Embassies Urged to Stockpile Local Currencies

    A top investment advisor, Harry Schultz – who was MarketWatch’s Peter Brimelow pick for financial newsletter of the Year in 2008 – is now claiming:

    “Some U.S. embassies worldwide are being advised to purchase massive amounts of local currencies; enough to last them a year. Some embassies are being sent enormous amounts of U.S. cash to purchase currencies from those governments, quietly. But not pound sterling. Inside the State Dept., there is a sense of sadness and foreboding that ‘something’ is about to happen … within 180 days, but could be 120-150 days.”

    BOB CHAPMAN MAY 27, 2009 PARTS 1 – 6

  88. rosettasister Says:

    To: nathanbedford

    Well done. I say we go after him on all fronts for all reasons. The Nathan Bedford justification, the McCarthy justification, the Dobbs justification and the Pissant justification. The bottom line is he is a deceiver. I too believe it likely he was born in the states, though not 100% convinced. I am however, 1000% convinced he is lying about his birth circumstances in some manner. And the carefully worded Kukino statements do nothing to change that certainty.

    55 posted on Thursday, July 30, 2009 8:27:30 AM by pissant

  89. rosettasister Says:

    Tenacity, I guess the gentleman’s name is Harry Schultz and the person quoting him is Peter Brimelow.

    But I’d sure like to know where Mr. Schultz is getting his info.

    International Harry Schultz Letter


    More from same article referenced above:

    HSL says: “The world is staggering today between stagflation and net deflation right now; it varies widely around globe. Net deflation is a maybe 35% risk, due to toxics and/or deepening depression. Bit more likely, we’ll slowly creep up to a dangerous 4.5% inflation on average, medium-term. But the wild card is the currency risk, which has a 50% (?) chance of boiling over and causing literally overnight (i.e. 24 hours) mega inflation in the asset markets.”

    Nevertheless, in the very short term, HSL’s charting leads it to say: “we MAY not get a new bear market decline that many bears are predicting. Likewise, DJIA & S&P500 may build a Head-and Shoulders right shoulder.”

    HSL’s currently recommended allocation:

    • 35%-45% Government notes, bills and bonds. (Not U.S.)

    • 8%-10% Stocks (non-golds).

    • 10%-30% Commodities, via futures, commodity stocks and/or physical assets.

    • 35%-45% Gold stocks and bullion.

    • 0-5% Bear stock protection via inverse ETFs like ProShares UltraShort QQQ

    (QID 26.69, +0.06, +0.23%)

    ProShares UltraShort Dow30 (DXD 40.48, +0.05, +0.12%)

    (“Use to trade/hedge market downturns only.”)

  90. rosettasister Says:

    Legendary market and geopolitical analyst Harry D. Schultz and John Walker take a break for a photo op at around 02:00 local time while following the U.S. election returns on 2004-11-03 in Montreux, Switzerland.

  91. rosettasister Says:

    David Wornom Part II on Harry Schultz Prediction of 2009 Autumn Crisis 7/24/09

  92. rosettasister Says:

    Isn’t there a danger of this becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy?

    “But the wild card is the currency risk, which has a 50% (?) chance of boiling over and causing literally overnight (i.e. 24 hours) mega inflation in the asset markets.”

    A 50% chance? I wonder if Mr. Schultz would have a different number today.


    Many Predict US Financial Collapse in September

  93. rosettasister Says:

    Link mentioned in video above:

  94. sdee Says:

    rosettasister Says:

    I shall take that as a compliment, sdee!
    Intended as such – although with LC, I would understand skepticism. 😀

  95. sdee Says:

    Another promising development on our Marxist foreign policy on Honduras:

    Senator Lugar asks Clinton to explain Honduran policy

  96. rosettasister Says:

    Good for Lugar! I hope it’s not just plummeting poll numbers which are prompting these politicians to speak out.

  97. rosettasister Says:

    I honestly don’t know if there’s any truth to the following. I’m posting this so that we all can make informed decisions.


    Abandoned USDollar & Paradigm Shift


    Bank holiday plan execution must be kept as surprise, since reactive preparations undermine the impact of the vast theft planned, both overt (from devaluations) and hidden (from stolen accounts).

    Those who wait to take action lose all opportunity to benefit, and will surely lose significantly.

    The major central banks are very likely accumulating gold bullion on a net basis.

    Surely the Chinese, Russians, and Arabs are.

    If a planned US bank system shutdown occurs, its powerful effect would be muted by publicity of an unfolding, hence reducing insider profit potential.

    The pristine pure-bred Ruling Elite would be forced to share benefits with unwashed unworthy Plebeians.

    People would remove deposits from banks likely to be gobbled by Wall Street zombies, as withdrawals could later be limited.

    People would transfer money out of the USDollar and into the Euro or Gold or Oil, before a grand US$ devaluation occurs.

    Next comes the threat of capital controls, limiting currency transfers across the border.

    The insider trade of the century will likely remain within the domain of the big bankers and other predators who have succeeded in looting the wealth of the nation.

    If word of the plan spreads, then people can prepare and take defensive action. No opportunity will be afforded those who wait until the news breaks.

    They will be subjected to different price structure on assets, perhaps a big quantum change, with the US$ lower, competing currencies higher, gold higher, and all commodities priced in US$ terms higher, led by crude oil and industrial metals.

    Pay little attention to formal denials, and those by the intellectual servant harlots.

    They have offered little truth or fair warning of crisis in the last several years.


    (BTW, some have said that gold is NOT the answer even if this prediction comes to pass. And if we all start dumping our dollars, won’t that cause the dollar to weaken?)

    Look, I just don’t know enough. And even this Harry Schultz guy is saying there’s only a 50 – 50 chance.

    My common sense tells me not to put all of my eggs into one basket. So, I’ll probably do something with ½ of my dollars and keep the other ½.

    Anyways, you can’t say I wasn’t warned!

  98. rosettasister Says:


  99. sdee Says:

    rosettasister Says:
    Good for Lugar! I hope it’s not just plummeting poll numbers which are prompting these politicians to speak out.

    Perhaps they smell blood in the water.

  100. sdee Says:

    Glenn Beck pieces together the Apollo Alliance and its connection to Tides and Obama.

  101. rosettasister Says:

    Pelosi lashes out against insurance companies

    U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday ramped up her criticism of insurance companies, accusing them of unethical behavior and working to kill a plan to create a new government-run health plan.

    “It’s almost immoral what they are doing,” Pelosi said to reporters, referring to insurance companies. “Of course they’ve been immoral all along in how they have treated the people that they insure,” she said, adding, “They are the villains. They have been part of the problem in a major way. They are doing everything in their power to stop a public option from happening.”

    Pelosi: Insurers are Immoral, Carpet-Bombing Villains

  102. rosettasister Says:

    Geez Louise!

    Has there ever been a bigger horse’s ass Speaker?!

    I’d like to think Obama said, “I can’t believe she said that!” when he heard this.

    Perhaps I give him too much credit.

    Maybe he’s just as dumb as she is!

  103. sdee Says:

    Another Glenn Beck video from MsUnderestimated. It is a montage of clips with Obama telling us exactly what his Marxist plan was for America.

    No doubt many readers here have all of these bookmarked from long before the election. Interesting to see them all together though.

    Why doesn’t Fox bump Smith and Rivera and Give Beck a decent time slot?

  104. rosettasister Says:

    Tenacity is on right now:

  105. rosettasister Says:

    Samuel Chase impeachment trial

    a little bit of everything

    Robert — Hudson Group

    juries properly instructing

    state juries — contempt

    jury assoc

    Red — jury nullification

    the ? movement

    IRS calamity

    TV Montana

    it can be done

    stopped grand jury indictments

    income tax evasion


    nurse babies MDs fees

    prosecute nurse?


    jury won’t convict

    Red — challenge PTB

    7th article Bill of Rights

    most effective

    common law jury trial

    higher than Supreme Court


    problem agencies

    right co-counsel

    judge judicial notice

    govt employee agent

    denies findings conclusions

    clean hands

    can’t do that

    not judge, jury

    judge govt agent

    eye surgery

    denies impartiality

    Red 80

    Colorado — David govt or corporate capacity

    Charles — recuse judges recusal judge refuse

    judge opinion

    stand down

    7th article higher than Supreme Court


    cannot be reexamined by any court in the land

    get rid of jury trial

    absolute power

    conflict of interest

    citizen v govt

    trumps admin procedures


    (Taking notes)

  106. rosettasister Says:

    Please correct me if I’ve got this wrong.

    In any situation where it’s a citizen v an agency of govt (IRS, etc)

    judge has conflict of interest

    must go to jury under 7th article

    cannot be reexamined

  107. Troy Says:

    What a real black president looks and sounds likes.

  108. hockeyfan530 Says:

    Thought this was cool

    This is a perfect example of how
    screwed up our priorities are in this country!


    I was just watching the news, and I caught part of a report
    on Michael Jackson . As we
    all know, Jackson died the other day.
    He was an entertainer who performed for decades.
    He made millions, he spent millions, and he did a lot
    of things that make him a villain to
    many people. I understand that his death would
    affect a lot of people, and I respect those people
    who mourn his death, but that isn’t the
    point of my rant.

    Why is it that when ONE man dies, the whole of
    America loses their minds with grief. When a man dies
    whose only contribution to the country was to ENTERTAIN
    the American people find the need to flock to a
    memorial in Hollywood , and
    even Congress sees the need to hold a
    “moment of silence” for his

    Am I missing something here? ONE man dies, and all of
    a sudden he’s a freaking
    martyr because he entertained us for a
    few decades? What about all those SOLDIERS who
    have died to give us freedom? All
    those Soldiers who, knowing that they would be asked to
    fight in a war, still raised their hands and swore
    to defend the Constitution and the
    United States of America.

    Where is there moment of silence? Where are the
    people flocking to their graves or memorials
    and mourning over them because they made the ultimate
    sacrifice? Why is it when a Soldier dies,
    there are more people saying
    “good riddance,” and “Thank God for
    IEDs?” When did this country become so calloused
    to the sacrifice of GOOD MEN and WOMEN, that they can
    arbitrarily blow off their deaths, and instead,
    throw themselves into mourning for a “Pop Icon?”

    I think that if they are going to hold a moment of
    silence IN CONGRESS for Michael Jackson, they need to
    hold a moment of silence for every service member
    killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    They need to PUBLICLY recognize every life that has
    been lost so that the American people can live their
    callous little lives in the luxury and freedom that
    WE, those that are living and those that have gone on,
    have provided for them.

    But, wait, that would take too much time, because
    there have been so many willing to make that
    sacrifice. After all, we will never make millions
    of dollars. We will never star in movies, or
    write hit songs that the world will listen too. We
    only shed our blood,
    sweat and tears so that people can enjoy what they have.

    Sorry if I have
    offended, but I needed to say it. Feel free to
    pass this along if you want.

    Remember these five words the next time you think
    of someone who is serving in the

    “So that others may live…”

    – Isaac

    Only two people have ever effectively given their lives
    for you.

    Jesus Christ and The American G.I.

    One died for your sins, the other died to give
    you freedom.

  109. rosettasister Says:

    hockeyfan530 Says:
    July 31, 2009 at 2:24 am

    Hey, fan, where ya been?!

    Hope you are well!


  110. rosettasister Says:

    New Thread:

  111. KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:

    rosettasister Says:
    July 30, 2009 at 11:53 pm

    I honestly don’t know if there’s any truth to the following. I’m posting this so that we all can make informed decisions.


    Abandoned USDollar & Paradigm Shift


    Bank holiday plan execution must be kept as surprise, since reactive preparations undermine the impact of the vast theft planned, both overt (from devaluations) and hidden (from stolen accounts).


    Troy and Ten have both been enlightening me on these matters. Troy said it already happened in 1933(?) under Roosevelt (?) … anyway, I’ve been stock piling ever since and looking to by silver coins, legal tender, but not from the US mint. The one that I was looking at is the same weight as the US 1 $ coin, but has a face value of 20 $ and can be purchased at cost of current weight value w/ a small markup — I think. I don’t remember all the details, but it’s said what cash and property that’s held in banks, after the “holiday” no one will be able to retrieve anything from their bank or from safety deposit boxes. Any fiat cask on hand will be of ) value.

  112. KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:

    0 value, that is, sorry

  113. Tenacity Says:

    Say guys, anybody still around.

  114. Tenacity Says:

    You are never alone at Rose’s place.

  115. Tenacity Says:

    Sorry Rose, I didn’t see your question until after the show. I will inquire and see if I can find where Harry gets his daily fix.

  116. Tenacity Says:

    One thing I’ve learned, if you want to seem smart, hang out with knowledgeable people. That’s one reason I hang out here…except for Slider of course. (Where the heck is Slider anyway?) The other thing I’ve learned is that most knowledgeable people seldom have original thoughts. It’s more a matter of accumulating information and gaining knowledge by putting the pieces of the puzzle together.

    Some people will have 10 years of experience while others have 10 one year experiences. Some folks just prefer/choose to not clutter their minds (O-baaa-mmaa, OOO-baaa-mmaa) and fall prey to NLP. Too much work to accumulate all that brain damaging data…God forbid they actually use their heads for somethin’ other than a hat rack. They would rather be anesthetized. Then when truth hits them in the face…there’s the Lazarus syndrome. It seems those folks tend to not stick around Rose’s place too long. So be it. The problem that the Illuminists, NWO, Bildeberg Group & banksters have is that there is still a majority of U.S. citizens that are accumulating the data and not willing to zone out into zombieville. They still have a passion for freedom. Some are a bit slow to wake from their slumber, but when they do, don’t piss them off. Well, the alarms are going off and the late risers are joining the ranks. It’s about dang time.

    Okay, that’s all the wisdom I have left tonight. NTTAWWT good night gang.

  117. rosettasister Says:


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