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The Characters in the Briefing Room

Mary Ann Akers reports on the characters who occupy the coveted seats in the White House briefing room, such as Raghubir Goyal.

Posted at 12:46 PM ET on Mar 11, 2009  | Category:  The Sleuth
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For the record, I couldn't care less about Obama's naturalized citizenship (which is a different issue than whether or not he is a "natural born" citizen -- I am indeed the kind of an idealogue who wants the Constitutional qualifications to be President of the United States strictly enforced -- therefore, I do think that two months is too long to give any usurper "pResident" the benefit of the doubt). My post to schrivener50 was specifically related to how long he was going to keep posting about "Bush hold-overs" before he starts to question whether Obama knows all about the ongoing extrajudicial punishment network and has therefore endorsed it.

Neither do I think that our economic recovery depends on the size of the White House budget -- every little bit helps, though, and he should tighten his belt too -- even Matt Lauer from the Today Show is staying home this year.

Unfortunately, some peo0ple do make this stuff up. If anyone who actually answers my questions wants to discuss this in a civil manner, please let me know.

Posted by: JakeD | March 13, 2009 4:44 PM

I wonder what kind of an idealogue would think that two months was too long to give a new president the benefit of the doubt?

Probably an "Independent" who is concerned about naturalized citizenship and who thinks our economic recovery depends on the size of the White House budget. Man. You couldn't make this stuff up.

Posted by: nodebris | March 12, 2009 12:37 AM

ATTENTION: RAHM EMANUEL, DAVID AXELROD, ATTY. GEN. ERIC HOLDER (staff, please forward)

cc: VP Joe Biden; DHS Sec. Janet Napolitano; Defense Sec. Robert Gates; Sec. of State Hillary R. Clinton; CIA Dir. Leon Panetta; FBI Dir. Robert Mueller; Secret Service Dir. Mark Sullivan


RE: GIL KERLIKOWSKE INSIDER KNOWLEDGE OF BUSH-CHENEY ERA 'EXTRAJUDICIAL PUNISHMENT NETWORK'

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Seattle Police Chief Kerlikowske, the drug czar designate, knows from the inside how community policing programs funded by FEMA, DOJ and other agencies were transmogrified by secretive Bush administration ideologues in security, law enforcement and intel agencies into a constitutionally-exempt citizen vigilante army...

...an "American Gestapo" that has usurped local law enforcement and has violated civil and human rights of U.S. citizens "targeted" by federal security and intelligence agencies as "undesirables," "dissidents," or "mental defectives."

Obama officials and Congress should quiz Kerlikowske on what he knows about the following human and civil rights abuses that have been reported by victims of this officially-sanctioned vigilantism -- deemed legal by the now-discredited Bush DOJ "torture memos":

* Silent, covert microwave radiation weapons assaults on innocent but "targeted" U.S. citizens;

* Terroristic vigilante community gang stalking, surreptitious home entry, police-tolerated vandalism;

* Secret federal "programs of personal financial destruction" that have politicized the IRS, which victims say has been used as a tool of "social cleansing."

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THE NATIONWIDE BUSH-ERA EXTRAJUDICIAL PUNISHMENT NETWORK IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND MUST BE DISMANTLED.

Now you have on your team an official who can tell you the WHOLE truth -- so you can compare his account with what you have been told by your Bush holdovers.

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FOR MORE on the ongoing extrajudicial punishment network:

http://www.nowpublic.com/world/gestapo-usa-govt-funded-vigilante-network-targets-terrorizes-u-s-citizens
http://www.nowpublic.com/world/domestic-torture-radiation-weaponry-americas-horrific-shame

OR (if links are corrupted / disabled):
http://My.NowPublic.com/scrivener

Posted by: scrivener50 | March 11, 2009 1:20 PM

scrivener50:

May I ask how long you are going to give Obama the benefit of the doubt?

Posted by: JakeD | March 11, 2009 1:07 PM

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