Earth has the greatest emotional energies of any planet in the Universe.


GN: Sure. Yes.

SF: The thing is that – and the Transcenders warn that – we — Planet Earth — is on that path. We’re not the worst, but we’re in the top ten percent, so we’re in a pretty serious situation. Now, where was the Alien Council when these planets were virtually polluting

GN: Ready to wipe themselves out, right? Yeah, where were they?

SF: Right. And now they have determined to save Planet Earth.

GN: Why?

SF: Yeah, that’s a very good question. I asked about that because there’s several reasons for this decision. First, the Earth is unique in the Universe. It has the greatest emotional energies of any planet in the Universe.

The aliens have some degree of emotion – somewhat like the Berkies, though we normally refer to them as the Greys – they are our abductors, but they have absolutely no emotion. So they don’t understand it at all, but they are fascinated by it.

They watch all those yelling, screaming, crying, laughing spectators in our football and hockey matches, and they are absolutely fascinated, although most of them still don’t understand our emotional energy.

They monitor our communication systems every day, and the national human events in sports and this sort of thing, with a great deal of interest. For example, the Transcender was telling me that more than 300 billion aliens watched the Winter Olympics in Vancouver last winter.

Stan Fulham is an ex-NORAD officer who believes that UFOs will hover over the Earth’s major cities around October 13th, 2010.

ramir233 | October 14, 2010

“They won’t land this year, that will come later.. ”
-Stanley A. Fulham

In the first hour, ex-NORAD officer Stan Fulham talked about his prediction that a fleet of UFOs would hover over the Earth’s major cities on October 13th.

Fulham explained that he receives his insight from a “transcended spiritual group,” which consists of “very old souls who have lived on many different planets and spiritual realms.”

According to him, the UFO visitation is because the Earth’s environment has been polluted beyond the point of human salvation and, thus, the ETs must intervene to fix the situation.

Unlike other planets, where the inhabitants were allowed to pollute their environment to the point of mass extinction, the Earth has the “greatest emotionally energy of any planet” in the universe and, therefore, was granted this special aid from off-world forces.

Fulham clarified his prediction’s timetable with new information that he allegedly received three weeks ago. Originally, the entities planned to appear over a plethora of major Earth cities on October 13th, 2010.

They had no intention of landing or communicating with the planet, instead opting merely to make their presence known in gradually increasing appearances. This would culminate with an outright address at the United Nations in 2014 and then they would commence cleaning the environment in 2015.

However, Fulham said, the ETs grew wary of causing mass panic with their original 10/13/10 plan and decided to just appear over New York City on that date.

The reasons given for the choice of NYC was that it is an international city, a media stronghold, and that New Yorkers are “a blase people” who would be nonplussed by the appearance of a UFO in the sky.

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  1. rosettasister Says:

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  2. rosettasister Says:

    Jaime Maussan presenta el programa Tercer Milenio. Marilú Carrillo presenta la información sobre la reunión de ex-militares que hablaron en septiembre de este 2010 acerca de sus experiencias en bases militares con OVNIS.

    “Jaime Maussan presents/displays the program Third Millenium. Marilú Cheek presents/displays the information on the meeting of the ex–military who spoke in September of this 2010 about their experiences in military bases with UFOS.”

    TERCER MILENIO – Ex-militares de E.U. hablan de OVNIS en la National Press Club

  3. rosettasister Says:

    A “public conditioning program” about UFO existence

    UFOs have been eyeing our nuclear weapons

    The entire press conference is on our website, and is an hour and eleven minutes long.

    The only negative comment that I have heard was from the curator of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C.

    He stated there was still not evidence of UFO existence.

    How ignorant can you get? The observations were made by top notch officers in charge of our nuclear weapons.

    They saw the UFOs and at the same time our weapons were deactivated.

    These officers have come out and talked about an incident in their lives that they have never forgotten.

    This will cause others to talk about theirs also.

    The climate has changed in that more and more people are accepting the reality of the UFO phenomena.

    A new book has recently been published,

    “UFOs, Generals, Pilots & Government Officials Go On The Record”

    by UFO researcher Leslie Kean, with the forward by government official, John Podesta, who has been an advisor to President Clinton and President Obama.

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  5. rosettasister Says:


    China buying oil rights in Texas

    Nation’s foreign-exchange reserves top $2.5 trillion

    Posted: October 17, 2010

    China’s foreign-exchange reserves have increased to a record $2.648 trillion at a time when the nation is going on an international buying spree, grabbing up energy rights even within the continental U.S., Jerome Corsi’s Red Alert reports.

    As he warned in his book, “America for Sale: Fighting the New World Order, Surviving a Global Depression, and Preserving USA Sovereignty,”

    Corsi warned that China will not forever be content to lend the U.S. money.

    *** “Sooner rather than later, China will demand assets, including energy rights” ***

    Corsi wrote.

    “With $2.648 in foreign-exchange reserves, China has the dollars needed to buy U.S. assets in record amounts.”

    The nation has announced that the state-owned Chinese energy giant CNOOC is buying a multi-million dollar stake in 600,000 acres of South Texas oil and gas fields.

    In a report on the story, the Houston Chronicle suggested China was “testing the political waters for further energy expansion into U.S. energy reserves.”

  6. rosettasister Says:

    The comments FLOTUS Michelle Obama made on the “Tom Joyner Morning Show”

    Will America buy what Michelle is selling?

    Unlimited power … provides unlimited ability to change a nation deemed by Michelle as “mean.”

    And equally worrisome is the possibilities of who the “we” is to which she refers.

    Our first couple was elected to protect, defend and uphold our Constitution – not to attempt to change a nation into a version of their own choosing.

    And it was clearly not to settle perceived injustices according to their own perceptions.

    So this election is important in keeping “We the people” a reflection of all the people who are Americans.

    Anything short of that is not “we.”


    Has Obama ever attempted to be everyone’s president? I haven’t seen it.

  7. rosettasister Says:

    Episode 8 – Nigeria


    Fr. Keith Roderick, Secretary General, Coalition for the Defense of Human Rights

    Ann Buwalda, Executive Director, Jubilee Campaign

    Joseph Grieboski, Founder, President, Institute on Religion and Public Policy

    In the past several years, Christians throughout Nigeria have been the victims of a series of attacks that have left hundreds dead and many churches destroyed.

    In November 2008, a mass destruction of churches and mosques took place and thousands of Christians and moderate Muslims were targeted and killed at the hands of sectarian Islamic extremists.

    Lord Alton and his guests discuss the ongoing problems in this country and the outlook for the future.

  8. rosettasister Says:

    The drive to impose Sharia

    Entitlement: Nigerian jihadist sect Boko Haram demands amnesty from government

    But they insist: “we are law-abiding citizens, even though we do not subscribe with the unjust government of the western orientation that is being used to govern us here in Nigeria.”

    Therein lies the heart of the matter: the rejection of civil law for Sharia, and the drive to impose Sharia in its place — or else.

  9. rosettasister Says:

    49 — 50

    Overall, 49% of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the president’s performance. Fifty percent (50%) disapprove.

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    49 two days in a row. Not good.

  10. rosettasister Says:

    What is the Ecumenical Catholic Communion?

  11. rosettasister Says:

    October 19, 2010

    Kentucky Senate: Conway (D) Narrows The Gap On Paul (R)

    Most Americans Say U.S. Is Too Politically Correct

    Nevada Governor: Sandoval (R) Pulls Further Ahead of Reid (D)

    Michigan Governor: Snyder (R) Lengthens Lead Over Bernero (D)

    October 18, 2010

    Voters Trust Republicans More on Eight of 10 Key Issues

    Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 48%, Democrats 39%

    Only 31% Would Run for Congress Even If They Had a Good Chance To Win

    Washington Senate: Murray (D) Inches Into The Lead Over Rossi (R)

    Voters See Illegal Voting As More Common Than Legitimate Voters Being Denied Their Rights

    Nevada Senate: Angle (R), Reid (D) Still Fight A Close One

    Massachusetts Governor: Patrick (D) Remains Slightly Ahead

    51% Expect Health Care Plan to Increase Deficit

  12. rosettasister Says:

    Election 2010 House Polls

    Florida 2nd District – Southerland vs. Boyd Sunshine State News/VSS Southerland 50, Boyd 38 Southerland +12

    New York 19th District – Hayworth vs. Hall Monmouth University Hall 49, Hayworth 48 Hall +1

    Wisconsin 7th District – Duffy vs. Lassa WeAskAmerica Duffy 46, Lassa 39 Duffy +7

  13. rosettasister Says:

    Battle for the Senate

    48 Democrats*
    Toss Ups 7
    Republicans 45

    Toss Up

    CA: Boxer (D)
    CO: Bennet (D)

    IL: Open (D)
    KY: Open (R)
    NV: Reid (D)

    WA: Murray (D)
    WV: Open (D)

  14. rosettasister Says:


    Battle for the House

    218 Seats Needed For Majority

    (Recent Race Changes)

    10/19 FL2 Toss Up »»» Leans GOP 179 – 43 – 213 GOP +34 to +77

    10/18 AZ3 Likely GOP »»» Leans GOP 179 – 44 – 212 GOP +33 to +77

    10/18 AZ7 Likely Dem »»» Leans Dem 179 – 44 – 212 GOP +33 to +77

    10/18 OR5 Leans Dem »»» Toss Up 179 – 44 – 212 GOP +33 to +77

    10/18 WA2 Leans Dem »»» Toss Up 179 – 44 – 212 GOP +33 to +77

    GOP needs 5 of 43 toss ups!

  15. rosettasister Says:

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid

    Rasmussen Reports 10/17 – 10/17 750 LV 50 47 Angle +3

    Angle at 50!

  16. rosettasister Says:

    Delaware Senate – O’Donnell vs. Coons

    Rasmussen Reports 10/14 – 10/14 500 LV 51 40 Coons +11

    If Coons drops below 50, all bets are off!

  17. rosettasister Says:

    Tarja Turunen


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    I find this music very uplifting.


  20. rosettasister Says:

    Adrian Moscoso presenta nuevas evidencias grabadas de noche con night shot

    Nuevas imágenes de videos con Night Shot -Adrian Moscoso

    Adrian Moscoso presents/displays new evidences recorded at night with night shot

    New images of videos with Night Shot – Adrian Moscoso

  21. rosettasister Says:

    I learned many new words this morning, but “betoken” is my favorite.

    be·to·ken   /bɪˈtoʊkən/

    –verb (used with object)

    1. to give evidence of; indicate: to betoken one’s fidelity with a vow; a kiss that betokens one’s affection.

    2. to be or give a token or sign of; portend: a thunderclap that betokens foul weather; an angry word that betokens hostility.



    1125–75; ME bitocnen, bitacnen. See be-, token

    Main Entry: betoken

    Part of Speech: verb

    Definition: indicate


    assert, augur,

    bespeak, betide,

    denote, express,

    forebode, foreshadow, foreshow,

    import, note, omen,

    portend, presage,

    show, signify, symbolize,


  22. rosettasister Says:

    Gregg: Repeal not best tactic on healthcare law

    Republicans have also openly acknowledged, though, that full repeal could be difficult as long as Obama is in the White House and the GOP is without veto-proof majorities in the House and Senate.

    GOP leaders have instead suggested they might look to defund elements of the bill and its implementation.

    Repealing healthcare reform isn’t the most politically popular move, either.

    Only 31 percent of registered voters told the Kaiser Health Tracking Poll that they favor repealing the legislation,

    though a separate poll conducted by Bloomberg News suggested that

    voters might want to see certain parts of the law stricken,

    like its tax on high-value insurance plans or its requirement that all individuals have health insurance.

    Gregg said that some of the reforms in the existing legislation

    — including the cuts and savings in Medicare that Republicans had often decried during the debate over the legislation —

    “actually made some sense.”

    But the longtime New Hampshire lawmaker, who’s retiring at the end of his term in January, said that money should have been used to re-invest in Medicare.


    Some very good points made here.

    Don’t just look at what you want to do, look at what you can do.

    Many times I’ve posted what Senator Gregg put forth in terms of HCR.

    I trust his wisdom, his judgment and his honesty.

    To my mind, he’s very Lincolnesque.

  23. rosettasister Says:

    Depressing, but if you needed more examples of just how awful homophobes can be.

    Go here and scroll down:;page=51#51

    Thankfully, there are a few bright lights.

  24. rosettasister Says:

    WND’s Kinsolving: Gay military recruits are disease-ridden “buggers”

    As you might suspect from the above, Kinsolving has a longtime obsession with homosexuality, repeatedly denouncing what he calls the “Sodomy Lobby.” But his employer is just as anti-gay as he is, so he fits in just fine.


    Gays and lesbians are serving right now.

    And their heterosexual cohorts know it.

    The only difference is one can’t ask, but the other CAN tell.

    One is NOT required to tell.

  25. rosettasister Says:

    sod·om·y   /ˈsɒdəmi/


    1. anal or oral copulation with a member of the opposite sex.
    2. copulation with a member of the same sex.

    Both hetero and homosexuals are “sodomites.”

  26. rosettasister Says:

    Although there is a shortage of evidence, what there is tends towards the conclusion that heterosexual sodomy is an activity which a significant minority have at least tried.

    Certainly, it would seem unwise to write off sodomy as a freakish enterprise indulged in only by an underworld of dangerous, and probably bisexual, maniacs.


    Homophobes would like to recriminalize sodomy. Not gonna happen.

  27. rosettasister Says:

    Does Ken Buck Really Believe Being Gay is a Choice?

    Well, we do have a choice in determining how we act on our emotional and sexual attraction to members of our own sex, but we don’t have a choice in feeling that attraction.

    In answering the question, he should have said simply said such issue should not be a matter of federal concern. But, alas he did not.

  28. rosettasister Says:

    Congressman Tom Price (R-GA) and the Republican Study Committee present to you a new video featuring President Ronald Reagan reminding us that the out-touch voices of the Democrat Party don’t speak for all Americans.

    “Those Voices Don’t Speak for the Rest of Us”

  29. rosettasister Says:

    Follow the RSC on Twitter: @RepublicanStudy

    Follow RSC Chairman Tom Price on Twitter: @RepTomPrice

  30. rosettasister Says:

    Anti-Islamist Muslim speaks out against radicals

    Jasser decries bias; protests cultural center near Ground Zero

    October 18, 2010


    “Most studies have shown the violent radical Islamists are 3 to 5 percent,” he said.

    “The vast majority of Islamists are peaceful people who believe in democracy and want to see elections happen.

    But 30 to 40 percent of all Muslims probably believe that the best state is one that is run by an emir or a caliph and is based on Islamic law, but they believe it in a nonviolent way.

    Our mission is to wake them up;

    *** but the non-Islamists are losing the battle because nobody is supporting us ***

    The Islamists are being supported by petrodollars.”

    In his Nov. 11 address in Princeton, Jasser said, his message will be:

    “This is an American problem, not just a Muslim problem, because many of us love our faith and need help getting a voice and showing there is diversity in the Muslim community.

    Like the Jewish community, the Muslim community is not monolithic.

    But right now, because we are a minority we are being pigeonholed into one group in an identity politics.

    But to improve national security this diversity needs to be fostered and fertilized.”

    Jasser said such a system “would not happen overnight” in the United States, but his organization, the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, based in his hometown of Phoenix,

    is “the only laboratory I have to fight Sharia globally.”

    Raised by parents he called “social conservatives” in an Orthodox Sunni family, Jasser said,

    “I observe my prayers five times a day and I fast every day of Ramadan and try to read my scripture as regularly as I can.”

    He is insistent that his children, now eight, six, and two, grow up as observant Muslims, too.

    Yet he is concerned about occasional threats to American Muslims’ civil liberties.

    “How do we address the growing fear America may have about Muslims?” he asked.

    “There may be a time when our society starts to act more xenophobically and more aggressively.

    Then they are going to lose Muslims like me.”


    Although he is a political conservative, Jasser would like to enlist

    “feminists on the Left to come to unity with the people on the Right to deal with the problematic way women are treated under Sharia law.

    Fighting these ideologies is beyond partisan politics.”

    The widespread support of abortion rights and gay equality among feminists “would not be a problem at all,” even though they contravene his own beliefs “as a conservative.”

    “I would not be part of those movements since I personally disagree with them, but what makes America work is we have a society that gives those ideas equal space,” he said.

    “We want to create a Muslim consciousness that gives

    Muslims who have a personal sexuality or an approach to abortion rights

    the freedom to have those ideas.”

  31. rosettasister Says:

    47% — 52%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    That’s better!

  32. rosettasister Says:

    October 20, 2010

    Only 25% Prefer a Government With More Services, Higher Taxes

    Missouri Senate: Blunt (R) Still Leads Carnahan (D)

    West Virginia Senate: Raese (R) Takes Bigger Lead Over Manchin (D)

    Most Voters Oppose the Reelection of Anyone Who Voted for the Health Care Law, Auto Bailouts, Stimulus Plan

    Illinois Senate: Kirk (R), Giannoulias (D) Still Running Close

    Florida Governor: Scott (R) Builds Small Lead Over Sink (D)

  33. rosettasister Says:

    Election 2010 House Polls

    Mississippi 1st District – Nunnelee vs. Childers The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Nunnelee 44, Childers 39 Nunnelee +5

    Arizona 5th District – Schweikert vs. Mitchell The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Schweikert 45, Mitchell 42 Schweikert +3

    Illinois 17th District – Schilling vs. Hare The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Schilling 45, Hare 38 Schilling +7

    New York 19th District – Hayworth vs. Hall The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Hall 43, Hayworth 43 Tie

    New York 24th District – Hanna vs. Arcuri The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Arcuri 47, Hanna 37 Arcuri +10

    Pennsylvania 10th District – Marino vs. Carney The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Marino 41, Carney 41 Tie

    Wisconsin 8th District – Ribble vs. Kagen The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Ribble 45, Kagen 44 Ribble +1

    Illinois 14th District – Hultgren vs. Foster The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Hultgren 43, Foster 42 Hultgren +1

    New Hampshire 1st District – Guinta vs. Shea-Porter The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Guinta 47, Shea-Porter 42 Guinta +5

    Pennsylvania 8th District – Fitzpatrick vs. Murphy The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Murphy 46, Fitzpatrick 43 Murphy +3

  34. rosettasister Says:

    Battle for the Senate

    48 Democrats*
    Toss Ups 8
    Republicans 44

    Toss Up

    CA: Boxer (D)
    CO: Bennet (D)

    IL: Open (D)
    KY: Open (R)

    NV: Reid (D)
    PA: Open (D)

    WA: Murray (D)
    WV: Open (D)

  35. rosettasister Says:

    Battle for the House

    218 Seats Needed For Majority

    (Recent Race Changes)

    10/20 IL17 Toss Up »»» Leans GOP 180 – 41 – 214 GOP +35 to +76

    10/20 NY24 Toss Up »»» Leans Dem 180 – 41 – 214 GOP +35 to +76

    10/19 FL2 Toss Up »»» Leans GOP 179 – 43 – 213 GOP +34 to +77

    GOP needs 4 of 41 toss ups!

  36. rosettasister Says:

    Toss Up (41)

    AL2: Bright (D)

    AZ8: Giffords (D)

    CA11: McNerney (D)
    CA20: Costa (D)

    CT4: Himes (D)
    CT5: Murphy (D)

    FL22: Klein (D)

    GA2: Bishop (D)
    GA8: Marshall (D)

    IA1: Braley (D)
    IA3: Boswell (D)

    HI1: Djou (R)

    IL10: Open (R)
    IL14: Foster (D)

    IN9: Hill (D)

    MA10: Open (D)

    MI9: Peters (D)

    MO4: Skelton (D)

    NC11: Shuler (D)
    NC7: McIntyre (D)

    NH2: Open (D)

    NJ3: Adler (D)

    NM1: Heinrich (D)
    NM2: Teague (D)

    NV3: Titus (D)

    NY1: Bishop (D)
    NY13: McMahon (D)

    NY23: Owens (D)
    NY25: Maffei (D)

    OH18: Space (D)
    OH6: Wilson (D)

    OR5: Schrader (D)

    PA12: Critz (D)

    SC5: Spratt (D)

    SD-AL: Herseth Sandlin (D)

    TX23: Rodriguez (D)

    VA11: Connolly (D)
    VA9: Boucher (D)

    WA2: Larsen (D)
    WA9: Smith (D)

    WV1: Open (D)

  37. rosettasister Says:

    Don’t miss this!

    “Extraordinary, Ordinary People” by Dr. Condoleezza Rice

    As the MSM’s absurd attempts at diversion and the desperate attempts to change the subject mount, the overall picture remains very bleak for Democrats, and with good reason.

    Obamacare is rolling out and hitting millions with premium hikes and policy changes, and each letter represents not just a broken promise from the president who guaranteed it wouldn’t happen, but also a fresh warning of what will follow if the bill isn’t repealed.

    The Democrats on the Hill that empowered the president’s radical agenda are going to pay the price for the “stimulus” that wasn’t and the disaster that Obamacare is, and not even a Comedy Central appearance by the president will help much.

    In fact, that may not be such a good idea at this precise moment.

    I am off to Sacramento with Dennis Prager and Brian Wesbury for an event at William Jessup University tonight,

    but urge you to get a copy of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s new memoir Extraordinary, Ordinary People.

    The book is a series of revelations about Dr. Rice, her parents, segregated Birmingham, and the rise of one of the country’s most admired citizens.

    I interviewed Dr. Rice about her memoir yesterday and will air it in the course of today’s program.

    Listen Live 3 — 6 PM Pacific

    Check out this image of Condi and Aretha!

  38. rosettasister Says:

    Latest @FoxNews Hit: Too Close to Call in Nevada? – Rove on Nevada race
    half a minute ago via HootSuite .

    Going On the Record with @gretawire to discuss which Dem seats are in danger. Hope you’ll tune in 10PM. #TCOT #2010
    about 3 hours ago via HootSuite .

    Latest @FoxNews Hit: 100 Seats ‘In Play’ for Democrats? – Rove on balance of power in Congress
    about 11 hours ago via HootSuite .

    #NVSEN is one race that may be swayed by shrinking Dem base as more voters register independent. #TCOT #2010
    about 12 hours ago via HootSuite .

    Will Obama’s campaign rhetoric get Dems to the polls? Will discuss on @FBNlive at 11:30 ET – hope you can watch! #TCOT
    about 13 hours ago via HootSuite .

    Disussing the seats in place & my predictions for #2010 on @happeningnow this morning. Hope you’ll tune in at 11 AM ET. #TCOT
    about 14 hours ago via HootSuite .

    Strong piece on President Obama’s arrogant rhetoric by @MJGerson #2010 #TCOT
    about 15 hours ago via HootSuite

  39. rosettasister Says:

    BTW if you’re idiotic enough to think Rove sinister, then you’ve no idea who and what we’re really up against.

  40. rosettasister Says:

    @steveholland1 And, man, does W like reading about President Lincoln!
    12 minutes ago via web in reply to steveholland1

    senatus IL-SEN: New Rasmussen poll gives Mark Kirk 44%, Alexi Giannoulias 40% –
    about 4 hours ago via Seesmic twhirl
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 2 others .

    @schwanderer I know, it’s like I am being tag teamed! [and glad to hear you are a fan of The Event! Spread the word!]
    about 5 hours ago via web in reply to schwanderer

    amandacarpenter If I were interviewing Chris Christie I wouldn’t ask him if he’s running. I’d ask what kind of person he’d endorse for prez in 2012.
    about 5 hours ago via TweetDeck
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 4 others .

    MelissaTweets RT @joshuaculling: Chris Christie has offered @m_rhee the top NJ education position: via @kellywcobb
    about 5 hours ago via TweetDeck
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 8 others .

    @daveweigel That race is always the counterpoint!
    about 5 hours ago via web in reply to daveweigel

    GOP-POTUS will cooperate on trade agreements, but China is now a bipartisan enemy on Capitol Hill
    about 5 hours ago via web .

    TPCarney Barney Frank has been in Congress for 30 years. How does he have $200k to pour into his own campaign?
    about 5 hours ago via Echofon
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis .

    GOP win would give Obama a foil for 2012, but electoral map is looking ugly for POTUS
    about 5 hours ago via web .

    Intrade still giving Toomey a 75 percent chance of victory in PA SEN
    about 5 hours ago via web

  41. rosettasister Says:

    “Whoomp! (There It Is)”

    Glenn Beck’s Offer to George Soros,2933,601969,00.html

    The only good thing here is at least George Soros is now just buying the reporters out in the open. So, that’s great.

    So, the Huffington Post is going to be funded by George Soros and the Tides Foundation and their investigative arm. Yes.

    And then Soros Open Society Institute is helping fund NPR. That is great.

    Are you ready? Because I’m going issue a challenge here — because I’m sure spooky dude, George s Soros, now at the end, do you understand?

    Just like the emperor.

    I’m sure spooky, old dude George Soros would be able to explain all of this and he’d say, well, that’s not what I’m doing here.

    I’m not calling for the collapse. I haven’t collapsed four currencies. No, no, I haven’t done any of those things.

    The Tides Foundation, what Tides Foundation? I thought I was buying laundry detergent.

    I’m sure that’s what it is. And I know George Soros — I know he wants to get to the bottom of it.

    That’s why he’s spending all of those millions of dollars with NPR. He wants to get to the bottom of things. That’s right.

    So, George, I’m offering you one hour on this broadcast, you and me, mano-a-mano, no minions, no spin doctors, no NPR journalists, just you and me.

    You are so much smarter than I am. You are so much more worldly. You have lived over in Europe, I haven’t.

    You’re not afraid. No. You’d come on because you’re the man.

    Now, I might disagree with you on some of your spooky, spooky ideas, but I’m sure you could just explain them to the American people.

    I’ll give you the whole hour to do it.

    I don’t know if you know this, we don’t have very many guests on the show. Rarely do we have a guest. You, the whole hour. One on one.

    It’s great. It will be the battle of ideas to fix America.

    I shouldn’t say “fix” because that is like neutering America. I mean fix kind of a different way than you probably mean fix America.

    You can tell me and I will just — I’ll be right here. Call me. The White House has the number. I’m sure you will be for that. There it is.

    Mr. George Soros on this program, mano a mano. You and me, George.

    Come on, brother. Come on.

  42. rosettasister Says:

  43. rosettasister Says:

    State lawmakers preparing citizenship legislation

    Pearce was the main sponsor of a tough new Arizona law that would require police enforcing other laws to question people about their immigration status if there’s reason to suspect they’re in the U.S. illegally.

    It was to go into effect this summer, but a judge put on hold key provisions pending the resolution of a legal challenge.

    Pearce also was the chief sponsor of a 2007 state law targeting employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants.

    Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who signed the 2010 law and who is championing the state’s legal defense of it against a court challenge mounted by the U.S. Justice Department, was noncommittal when asked whether lawmakers should approve legislation on citizenship.

    However, Brewer said she was “always concerned” by the possibility of involving the state in a court fight.

    “No one wants to be in court. No one wants to be fighting the federal government,” she said.

  44. rosettasister Says:

    Intel Plans Major U.S. Expansion, To Create Hundreds Of Jobs In Arizona

  45. rosettasister Says:

    Senate candidates bring in the Big Guns

    “Don’t be thinking we have victory for America in the bag yet,” Palin said at a rally of up to 1,000 people in Reno as Nevadans continued early voting.

    “We can’t let up. We can’t get cocky about this.”

    Both Angle and Reid are counting on big-name surrogates this week to help them get out the vote by firing up Republicans and Democrats

    *** because turnout will win the race ***

    Early voting began Saturday across Nevada and ends on Oct. 29, four days before Election Day.

    Palin, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich are each headlining separate events for Angle, who plans to appear with Gingrich in Las Vegas on Thursday.

    None of the Republican stars accompanied the Tea Party Express to Ely, however.

  46. rosettasister Says:

    Wyoming will remain steadfastly Republican

    Retiring Democratic Governor Dave Freudenthal remains extremely popular.

    A poll conducted in July for the Casper Star-Tribune showed 77% of respondents rating the centrist governor’s performance as “excellent” or “good,” making him more popular in the state than Republican Senators Mike Enzi (63%) and John Barrasso (62%).

  47. rosettasister Says:

    Republicans wrestle with how they would govern if they win back majority

    … a Republican majority would still be forced to handle the political realities of its newfound power.

    President Obama will remain in the White House for at least another two years, and if the GOP retakes the House

    — which is seen as their most likely victory this fall —

    they still might not pick up the net 10 seats needed to win a majority in the Senate.

    If they were to win back the Senate, Republicans would also be forced to reckon with many of the procedural hurdles they’ve used successfully in recent years to stymie the Democratic Party’s agenda.

    *** Those political realities could make it very difficult for the party to pursue a repeal of healthcare reform in the manner hoped for by many GOP voters. ***

    But a lack of meaningful action on the issue could stoke the ire of those same voters in two years, when control of the White House will be at stake.

    Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who ran at the top of the 2008 presidential ticket alongside Palin, said he agreed the GOP is “through” if they don’t act on their vows to voters.

    “What Sarah is saying is that we’ve got to get a fiscally responsible majority in Congress of Republicans and act in a fiscally responsible way,” McCain said Tuesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

    “a lack of meaningful action on the issue”

    Senator Gregg nor anyone else is suggesting this. What it comes down to is “meaningful action” may not necessarily mean “repeal”

  48. rosettasister Says:

    The fundamental disconnect between the two parties regarding the size of government

    It’s Not Spending or Revenue — It’s the Politicians

    By Joseph Lawler on 10.20.10 (Quick! Somebody sign this guy up!)

    The problem isn’t current spending outpacing current revenues, the problem is the threat of ever-more costly entitlements that politicians of both parties are mostly ignoring.

    Look at Paul Ryan’s Roadmap plan. It is widely heralded by serious fiscal conservatives for addressing the debt in a realistic way.

    The Roadmap isn’t focused on eliminating short-term deficits;

    in fact, the CBO projected that it would lead to debt stabilizing at 100 percent of GDP around mid-century, before dwindling thereafter.

    That level of debt certainly poses a serious risk, one that Williamson may not want to stomach.

    But the plan was devised to approach political viability

    — if stabilizing the debt were the only consideration, Ryan could simply have submitted a plan abolishing Medicare, and washed his hands of the matter.

    Even the Roadmap, though, is not at all politically manageable at the present time.


    The challenge, then, is not simply how to resolve the escalating debt, but how best to do so given the political environment and the fundamental disconnect between the two parties regarding the size of government.

    As Howard Gleckman noted this morning, a significant number of Congressional Republicans have taken the ATR pledge not to raise taxes,

    and a comparable portion of Congressional Democrats have signed the Progressive Change Campaign Committee’s pledge not to cut entitlements.

    Clearly finding a compromise between the two will not be easy — probably not much easier than finding a unicorn.

    Daniels is trying to stand above this debate, while Norquist is trying to to shift it so conservatives have the high ground.

    This seems like a legitimate difference in judgment to me, not a question of one person or another is acting in bad faith or succumbing to fantasy.

  49. rosettasister Says:

    Lost, But Not Forgotten




  50. rosettasister Says:

    Nothing is working for me today.

    Not YouTube, not 4Shared.

    Excruciatingly slow.

    Don’t know if problem is universal or if it has something to do with router, which we just reinstalled last night.

    Anyway, looking for something that might work.

  51. rosettasister Says:

    Listenin’ (or tryin’ to)

    The full-time simulcast of WFUV 90.7 FM radio

    Windows Media 32K

  52. rosettasister Says:

    I’ve resorted to listening offline.

    If you can get this to play online, more power to you!

  53. rosettasister Says:

    Recommend it to 11,817,954 stumblers

  54. rosettasister Says:

    soros money linked to attempt to bury fox


    npr fires fox’s juan williams


    more folks viewing fox news

    I love the way glenn turned the tables

    soros accuses beck of inciting violence

    beck sez soros inciting violence

    if beck or some other fox personality targeted

    ‘blood is on your hands’

  55. rosettasister Says:


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  56. rosettasister Says:

    Senate Composition

    Projected: 48 D, 45 R,

    Toss-Up (+/-3%) 7 Toss-Up

    45 GOP and 7 Toss Ups

  57. rosettasister Says:

    47% — 52%

    47% — 52%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    47 two days in a row

    That’s good.

  58. rosettasister Says:

    Election 2010 House Polls

    Florida 22nd District – West vs. Klein Sunshine State News/VSS West 47, Klein 44 West +3

    Oregon 5th District – Bruun vs. Schrader SurveyUSA Bruun 51, Schrader 41 Bruun +10

    Maryland 1st District – Harris vs. Kratovil Monmouth University Harris 53, Kratovil 42 Harris +11

    North Dakota At-Large – Berg vs. Pomeroy Rasmussen Reports Berg 52, Pomeroy 42 Berg +10

    Pennsylvania 6th District – Gerlach vs. Trivedi Monmouth University Gerlach 54, Trivedi 44 Gerlach +10

  59. rosettasister Says:

    10/20 Pennsylvania Leans GOP »»» Toss Up 48 8 44

    So both Rove and RCP have Dems at 48 Senate seats.

    All comes down to how many toss ups GOP can capture.

    Pennsylvania Senate – Sestak vs. Toomey

    Morning Call Tracking 10/17 – 10/20 420 LV 43 43 Tie
    PPP (D) 10/17 – 10/18 718 LV 45 46 Sestak +1
    Morning Call Tracking 10/16 – 10/19 403 LV 41 44 Sestak +3
    Quinnipiac 10/13 – 10/17 1046 LV 48 46 Toomey +2
    Rasmussen Reports 10/12 – 10/12 750 LV 49 39 Toomey +10
    Morning Call 9/28 – 10/4 577 LV 46 39 Toomey +7
    Rasmussen Reports 9/29 – 9/29 750 LV 49 40 Toomey +9

    Wait for next Rasmussen poll. Betcha still “Leans GOP”

  60. rosettasister Says:

    Battle for the House

    218 Seats Needed For Majority

    (Recent Race Changes)

    10/21 AZ7 Leans Dem »»» Toss Up 179 – 42 – 214 GOP +35 to +77 10/21 IL14 Toss Up »»» Leans GOP 179 – 42 – 214 GOP +35 to +77 10/21 MI7 Leans GOP »»» Toss Up 179 – 42 – 214 GOP +35 to +77 10/21 NY22 Likely Dem »»» Leans Dem 179 – 42 – 214 GOP +35 to +77

    GOP needs 4 of 42 toss ups!

  61. rosettasister Says:

    Holy Toledo, Batman!

    AZ has ANOTHER toss up!

    AZ7: Grijalva (D)
    AZ8: Giffords (D)

    Arizona 8th District – Kelly vs. Giffords

    Arizona 7th District – McClung vs. Grijalva

  62. rosettasister Says:

    Grijalva’s troubles mounting

    The Cook Political Report on Wednesday declared the race between Rep. Raul Grijalva and GOP challenger Ruth McClung a toss-up.

    We in Arizona have seen trouble coming Raul’s way since last spring when he called for a boycott of his own state in the wake of Senate Bill 1070.

    But let’s face it, his district is 2-1 Democrat.

    Who ever thought that Grijalva could actually lose?

    Apparently, the prospect is getting bigger all the time as Grijalva is putting out emergency requests for funds and McCain is coming to the aid of McClung, a 28-year-old tea partier in her first bid for public office.

    That makes five Arizona congressional seats potentially play on election night.

    Dems now hold four of them and the fifth is the open seat vacated by GOP Rep. John Shadegg.

    Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 02:58 PM

  63. rosettasister Says:

    Arizona Senator on Republican chances in November, and Democratic chances in a lame duck session of Congress (Jon Kyl)

    HH: Senator Kyl, I’ve got time for one more. You’ve got a lame duck coming up.

    Even if Mark Kirk gets seated, or Christine O’Donnell, or any of the Republicans who would immediately take the seat, will you have the ability to stop the Democrats from doing anything like cap and tax, or anything very mischievous in these closing few weeks of this Congress?

    JK: We’ve held together with our 41. There is no mood to let them just run roughshod.

    So I think on all of those things, on cap and trade, on the Disclose Act, on the card check, all of those things, no, they’re not going to be done in a lame duck session.

    They will have their hands full just doing the two or three things that absolutely have to be done.

    We’ve got to find a way to continue to fund government, whether that’s for a ten month continuing resolution, or an omnibus appropriations bill, or whatever. That has to be done.

    We should act to do something to prevent the tax hike, the biggest tax hike in the history of the country from taking effect on January 1st.

    That’s going to take some time, but we need to do that.

    we also should pass a defense authorization bill. We haven’t done that.

    So many of the basic things that every Congress does have not been done in this Congress, because of the Democratic leadership in the Senate.

    And so we’ll have a busy enough time in the lame duck session just doing things that should be done, let alone trying to run up the flagpole some of their partisan agenda.

  64. rosettasister Says:

    “Our bonds were so deep that frankly they were not broken by the chasm of death.”

    Dr. Condoleezza Rice on Extraordinary Ordinary People

    HH: I want people to hear that. I want to conclude by talking about your mom and dad growing old.

    This is for anyone our age whose parents have grown old and gone to the Lord.

    You went through breast cancer with your mom, and your dad’s many illnesses, and his remarriage, and all that sort of thing.

    That’s not, you don’t get many memoirs about that, Dr. Rice. This is fairly unusual for a memoirist.

    CR: Well, it was very important that people get a full picture of life, my life, and life with my parents. And people do get old and they die.

    And when they die, they leave you in one sense, but they are always with you in another.

    I’m religious. That certainly helps to maintain my connection to my parents, because I do believe in eternal life.

    But it also is that my parents were so much a part of me, and who I am, that as I say in the book, I could hear them saying what they always said.

    You’re well prepared for whatever is ahead of you, and you’re God’s child.

    And I’m very grateful that our bonds were so deep that frankly they were not broken by the chasm of death.

  65. rosettasister Says:

    Mike Pence Leaves No Wiggle Room On Whether Republicans Will Compromise

    HH: And you had confronted the president. And you are the first to confront him on Obamacare.

    And you took some heat from a lot of people and you pushed back.

    You said it before the break, but I want America to hear again from Mike Pence in the Republican leadership.

    This is not going to be a go along, this is not the 90s. This is not the early 2000s.

    This is a different Republican Party when it comes to pushing back on this federal massive expansion.

    MP: Look, the time to go along and get along is over. House Republicans know that.

    We’ve taken firm and principled stands against their big government plans throughout this Congress,

    and we’ve got, if the American people will send them, we’ve got a cavalry of men and women headed to Washington, D.C. that are going to stand with us.

    And we’re going to repeal Obamacare lock, stock and barrel.

    We’re going to roll back their stimulus bill.

    We’re going to end the era of bailouts and deficits and debt and takeovers.

    You better believe it.

    Look, what went wrong in the 1990s and first years of this century for Republicans wasn’t the lack of compromise.

    It was too much compromise with the establishment in Washington, D.C.

    I know our team gets it, and with the reinforcements the American people are poised to send to us,

    I know we’re going to put our nation’s Congress back on a pathway toward fiscal discipline, personal responsibility, and limited government like our founders intended.

    (What concerns me about repealing ObamaCare is I don’t know what CAN be done, what is politically feasible. And I worry that if NOTHING gets done, and the legislation remains unchanged, the longer that goes on a sense of inevitability sets in and we’re stuck. So I think Gregg’s idea of “restructuring” may be a viable alternative. I do know that what Gregg put forth in terms of HCR was very conservative.)

  66. rosettasister Says:

    RT @taxplaya: ATR’s comprehensive plans to cut spending. what, you think we didn’t do spending here?
    4 minutes ago via TweetDeck .

    If Fiorina wins, takes her senate seat and casts a vote, MSM still wont really believe she won
    23 minutes ago via TweetDeck .

    @chucktodd Bring back Foster Brooks!
    26 minutes ago via TweetDeck in reply to chucktodd

    RT @bccohan: If a pro-choice, job creating, repub. woman can’t win the governorship of California, then all hope is lost for the GOP there.
    30 minutes ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @TomBevanRCP: MA-4 Poll for WPRI12 & Fox: Frank 49, Bielat 37, Undecided 12
    31 minutes ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @briefingroom: Bush opens up about ‘Decision Points’ || I am really looking forward to this book
    40 minutes ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @TomBevanRCP: GOP +7.2 in updated RCP Generic Ballot AVG. Dems had closed gap to 3.5% on 10/2……..
    about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck .

    RT @taxplaya: @JimPethokoukis on electoral college, reapportionment plus va, nc, and in starts the gop at 217 by my count. not a bad floor.
    about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck

  67. rosettasister Says:

    Glenn Beck in rare form today. Gee, I don’t find his rhetoric incendiary, do you?!

    So true how many on the left are big fat blue meanie censors!!!

  68. rosettasister Says:

    The Tides Foundation Exposes Glenn Beck’s Svengali-Like Hold on Really Inept Criminals Like Byron Williams

    It shouldn’t be necessary to say this but even if they found a little Glenn Beck shrine, complete with incense and a sacrificial Twinkie in Williams home, it would prove only that he was a crazy person with a thing for overweight white guys. (Hey, who you callin’ a fatty?!)

    The operative term here is “crazy person.” And what is clear about this non-story is they don’t even have that.

    Curiously, earlier accounts

    —admittedly laboring under the massive disadvantage of not being Media Matters—

    may have stumbled on an alternative explanation of Williams’s behavior,

    i.e. not only is the guy crazy, he is a criminally crazy and has been working on that for a while.


    “Criminal records show Byron C. Williams was a parolee driving on a suspended license with an arrest history including assault, property destruction, a DUI, hit and run and theft.”


    “The judge also indicated that Williams’ two previous bank robbery convictions–one in 1995 and another in 2001–could make him eligible for life in prison according to California’s Three Strikes Law if he is convicted in the freeway shootout.”

    There is absolutely no need to ponder why Media Matters, Huffington Post, Christian Science Monitor, the Washington Post and a bazillion other outlets would start vibrating sympathetically immediately over this.

    After all, nothing much is happening over the next few weeks that might benefit from yet another meme in aid of the Tea-Partiers-as-Troglodytes perception. (LOL!)

    Oh wait …

    (Click link to read the whole thing.)

  69. rosettasister Says:

    Freeper Phobe squad strikes again!

  70. rosettasister Says:

    Ex-Panelist Gieve Would Vote to Wait on BOE Stimulus as Recovery Persists

    The nine-member Monetary Policy Committee split three ways this month on the need to inject more stimulus in the economy in a second round of so-called quantitative easing.

    (easing = printing, as in money)

    The biggest public-spending cuts since World War II have left the government reliant on central bank policy to stoke economic growth in case the squeeze jeopardizes the recovery.

    “If the economy is faltering or falters, then really QE2 is the only tool we’ve got,” Gieve said.

    “With interest rates where they are and the fiscal policy set and regulatory policy tightening, really there’s no other game in town.”

    Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne this week gave details on spending cuts to shrink the budget deficit to 2 percent of economic output by 2015 from more than 10 percent currently.

    The plan may lead to the loss of half a million public-sector jobs.

    “because the U.K.’s economic recovery is showing signs of persisting”

    maybe the U.S. should follow the lead of the U.K.

  71. rosettasister Says:

    Film led by rabbi airs threat of radical Islam

    ASHLAND — The film “The Third Jihad” will be screened at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26, at the Havurah, 185 N. Mountain Ave.

    The film, narrated by Muslim-American Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, opens with the following statement:

    “This is not a film about Islam. It is about the threat of radical Islam.”

    The screening will be followed by a discussion led by Rabbi David Zaslow.

    For more information, call 541-488-7726.

  72. rosettasister Says:

    Fri Oct 22, 2010 12:31 am

    According to eyewitness Blue UFO appeared over the river at 7:45-8:00 PM on October 21, 2010. UFO had hung around for about fifteen minutes moving back and forth over the horizon, five flashing bluish lights and then one red and one green light on the underside. And disappeared suddenly while Helicopter circling around it ..

  73. rosettasister Says:

  74. rosettasister Says:

    New Thread:

    The universal wisdom offered by celestials


    New Thread:

    The ongoing collapse of the truth embargo on formal acknowledgment of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race

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