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(Huffington Post)   The latest Birther target? Chief Justice John Roberts, whom they want impeached if he swears in the foreign usurper Balrog HUSSEIN Taxbongo for a second term   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 170
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2013-01-09 02:22:09 PM  

dickfreckle: Mr. Coffee Nerves: Midway through the oath Obama is going to stop, take the Bible from Roberts' hands, tear it asunder to reveal the secret Koran within, then tear off his suit to reveal a dashiki -- cut very tightly in the groinal regions -- before finishing the oath in that African clicking language, then climbing atop the podium and doing an Atomic Koran Drop on Roberts and, as the Kenyan National Anthem plays, looking into the camera and saying "You should have listened to the blogger-patriots!" before breaking into maniacal laughter and taking a Sharpie to the Constitution to cross out "to bear arms" and replace it with "mandatory gay marriage."

I would pay serious money to see this.



A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and mandatory gay marriage, shall not be infringed.
 
2013-01-09 02:22:51 PM  
Wade_Wilson
"....she is actually Sacha Baron Cohen." That's just fine as long as he has Belinda Bedekovic with him.
 
2013-01-09 02:23:30 PM  

GoodyearPimp: KangTheMad: McCain wasn't born in America either, nobody complained about that.

Well, actually the Senate passed a resolution affirming that McCain met the requirements. I think the fact that they didn't do the same for Obama speaks for itself.


that was a waste of money. Well done, Senate. I see you guys were focusing on the important things.
 
2013-01-09 02:23:39 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Midway through the oath Obama is going to stop, take the Bible from Roberts' hands, tear it asunder to reveal the secret Koran within, then tear off his suit to reveal a dashiki -- cut very tightly in the groinal regions -- before finishing the oath in that African clicking language, then climbing atop the podium and doing an Atomic Koran Drop on Roberts and, as the Kenyan National Anthem plays, looking into the camera and saying "You should have listened to the blogger-patriots!" before breaking into maniacal laughter and taking a Sharpie to the Constitution to cross out "to bear arms" and replace it with "mandatory gay marriage."


Good times.... good times...
 
2013-01-09 02:23:57 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Midway through the oath Obama is going to stop, take the Bible from Roberts' hands, tear it asunder to reveal the secret Koran within, then tear off his suit to reveal a dashiki -- cut very tightly in the groinal regions -- before finishing the oath in that African clicking language, then climbing atop the podium and doing an Atomic Koran Drop on Roberts and, as the Kenyan National Anthem plays, looking into the camera and saying "You should have listened to the blogger-patriots!" before breaking into maniacal laughter and taking a Sharpie to the Constitution to cross out "to bear arms" and replace it with "mandatory gay marriage."


You're on a roll today.
 
2013-01-09 02:24:10 PM  

leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.


Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera
 
2013-01-09 02:24:19 PM  
FTFH: " ...the foreign usurper Balrog HUSSEIN Taxbongo for a second term"

Subby misspelled Djangobama... ;^)

/Balrog was a nice touch, tho
 
2013-01-09 02:24:38 PM  
The "B. Hussein Obama" thing from the right was really just my favorite thing ever.

"Presidential candidate B. Hussein Obama."

"Why are you calling him that?"

"That's his name, isn't it? I'm not doing anything wrong or weird."

Some of them even starting doing things like "H. Rodham Clinton" and "J. Sydney McCain" and just acted like that was how they normally named people and they didn't start doing it when Obama was nominated. Others would say "that's how he prefers to be called!" which is of course not true.

It was really just the most immature thing ever. Even some of the Republican leadership called them out on it, finally (although some other pieces of the Republican leadership just kept on trucking with it).
 
2013-01-09 02:25:44 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Midway through the oath Obama is going to stop, take the Bible from Roberts' hands, tear it asunder to reveal the secret Koran within, then tear off his suit to reveal a dashiki -- cut very tightly in the groinal regions -- before finishing the oath in that African clicking language, then climbing atop the podium and doing an Atomic Koran Drop on Roberts and, as the Kenyan National Anthem plays, looking into the camera and saying "You should have listened to the blogger-patriots!" before breaking into maniacal laughter and taking a Sharpie to the Constitution to cross out "to bear arms" and replace it with "mandatory gay marriage."


+1 would LOL again.
 
2013-01-09 02:26:43 PM  
I fully support impeaching Justice Roberts, along with the rest of the conservative wing of the Supreme Court.
 
2013-01-09 02:26:52 PM  
What if the Cheif Justice is jewish, can we throw in a Zionist Conspiracy?
 
2013-01-09 02:26:54 PM  

DancingElkCondor: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera


No... no, that's not the issue. An established fact doesn't become a contested issue just because you want it to be.
 
2013-01-09 02:27:23 PM  
... The sad thing is, These people breed.

/"Just think - National Enquirer Readers are among the elite intellectual minority who actually READ! (Have a Nice Day)"/
 
2013-01-09 02:28:20 PM  

leonel: Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one?


They're not arguing he's not a US citizen, they're arguing he's not "natural born". To be fair (which is waaaay more than they deserve) it's not explicitly clear what "natural born" means in this context -- most people take it to mean "citizen at birth" (as opposed to being naturalized after birth) but that isn't spelled out explicitly, so you could make up some other definition.

My favorite part about this is these same people would claim they're the strongest supporters of the American Dream -- that any man can achieve success regardless of his origins. All the while claiming that Obama lacks sufficiently noble bloodlines to become president.

For that matter the whole requirement seems like a bad idea at this point -- are we still afraid the King of Spain is going send in his son to usurp power from the US government? Requirements like "is a US citizen" and "has lived in the US for at least 10 of the past 20 years" or things like that seem reasonable; where your mother was standing when you (or she) were born hardly seems like relevant criteria in selecting a president.
 
2013-01-09 02:28:44 PM  

DancingElkCondor: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera


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2013-01-09 02:29:50 PM  
It's good to know that as much as the 2000 florida debacle darkened the sky for liberals, a little melanin has made it pour fire and shiat for the teatards.

good luck with that.
 
2013-01-09 02:29:51 PM  
what is the fanatical devotion to obummer all about ? i mean it is a communist from kenya, manchurian candidate & UN plant it is by far the worst president we have ever had even worse then the shrub!
 
2013-01-09 02:30:04 PM  

GoodyearPimp: KangTheMad: McCain wasn't born in America either, nobody complained about that.

Well, actually the Senate passed a resolution affirming that McCain met the requirements. I think the fact that they didn't do the same for Obama speaks for itself.


Right, considering Obama - unlike McCain - was actually born in the United States and eligible to be President.
 
2013-01-09 02:31:15 PM  
freakoutnation.com
Low hanging fruit...really.
 
2013-01-09 02:33:02 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Midway through the oath Obama is going to stop, take the Bible from Roberts' hands, tear it asunder to reveal the secret Koran within, then tear off his suit to reveal a dashiki -- cut very tightly in the groinal regions -- before finishing the oath in that African clicking language, then climbing atop the podium and doing an Atomic Koran Drop on Roberts and, as the Kenyan National Anthem plays, looking into the camera and saying "You should have listened to the blogger-patriots!" before breaking into maniacal laughter and taking a Sharpie to the Constitution to cross out "to bear arms" and replace it with "mandatory gay marriage."


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2013-01-09 02:35:18 PM  

Egoy3k: Mr. Coffee Nerves: Midway through the oath Obama is going to stop, take the Bible from Roberts' hands, tear it asunder to reveal the secret Koran within, then tear off his suit to reveal a dashiki -- cut very tightly in the groinal regions -- before finishing the oath in that African clicking language, then climbing atop the podium and doing an Atomic Koran Drop on Roberts and, as the Kenyan National Anthem plays, looking into the camera and saying "You should have listened to the blogger-patriots!" before breaking into maniacal laughter and taking a Sharpie to the Constitution to cross out "to bear arms" and replace it with "mandatory gay marriage."

+1 would LOL again.


that African clicking language?

oh lawls!
 
2013-01-09 02:38:11 PM  

leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.


Technically speaking the high court has never decided if someone born not on US soil qualifies. John McCain was in the same situation, since he was born in the Canal Zone.
 
2013-01-09 02:38:56 PM  

timujin: Here, allow me to summarize the article: I have no idea how citizenship works, so I'm going to yell at the clouds for a while


Nice.
/if you yell long enough eventually people will start to believe you.
//propaganda technique used quite effectively by the Nazis
///I improvised that last one, may or may not be actually correct in the concrete factie kind of way ;b
 
2013-01-09 02:40:02 PM  
Huffpo, DIAF for your farking autoplay videos!

/time to reenable scriptblocker
 
2013-01-09 02:41:37 PM  
Please, please tell me they can substitute SCJ Clarence Thomas or SCCJ Antonia "Evil Mastermind" La Scalia for Roberts at the last minute. I wouldn't mind seeing either of those SOBs impeached for their contribution to the destruction of American democracy through the pseudo-election of George Bush in 2000 and the Citizens United Great Abomination.
 
2013-01-09 02:42:18 PM  

DancingElkCondor: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera


Of course, if that actually were the definition of natural born citizen, we wouldn't get to hear the morons crying about the fictitious "anchor baby" issue.
 
2013-01-09 02:42:48 PM  

bhcompy: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Technically speaking the high court has never decided if someone born not on US soil qualifies. John McCain was in the same situation, since he was born in the Canal Zone.


What's really interesting is that the State Department has specifically said that birth on a military base is not sufficient for citizenship under the 14th Amendment. Additionally, while parents can convey their citizenship to their children this was not true for parents who gave birth in the Panama Canal Zone at the time of John McCain's birth - his citizenship was retroactively conferred upon him (and everyone else born in the Panama Canal Zone) by an Act of Congress about a year after he was born.

Now, I think personally that McCain was eligible but can you imagine how much louder the Republicans would've screamed had the situation I just described been applied to Obama? I wonder why they didn't question McCain's birth status. I wonder what could be different about the two men. Hmm..I wonder.

It couldn't possibly be that the Right is full of racists, since I have been reassured many times that they are not racists.
 
2013-01-09 02:43:56 PM  
Ah, the Mines of Derp. You Farkers fear to go into there.

You know what the Birthers unearthed when they dug too greedily and too deep. Whaargble and blame!
 
2013-01-09 02:44:27 PM  

DancingElkCondor: Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera


7/10

well done!
 
2013-01-09 02:46:17 PM  

DancingElkCondor: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera


Are you serious? Please site that information. I am a Natural born citizen as I was born in Chicago though my parents were Brazilian.
 
2013-01-09 02:46:30 PM  

DancingElkCondor: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera


I have never seen this, anywhere, at all, before people starting trying to say Obama wasn't eligible. If that were true than neither was Chester A. Arthur, whose father was an Irish citizen at the time of his birth and his mother a Canadian citizen. No one seriously believes that Chester A. Arthur's Presidency was invalid, do they?
 
2013-01-09 02:47:24 PM  

Lord Dimwit: DancingElkCondor: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera

I have never seen this, anywhere, at all, before people starting trying to say Obama wasn't eligible. If that were true than neither was Chester A. Arthur, whose father was an Irish citizen at the time of his birth and his mother a Canadian citizen. No one seriously believes that Chester A. Arthur's Presidency was invalid, do they?


...just checked the Internets. His mother was a US citizen, not Canadian. His father was an Irish citizen at the time of his birth, so it actually even more closely parallels Obama's circumstances.
 
2013-01-09 02:49:06 PM  
wait til he swears him in for his 3rd term, their really go batshiat crazy.
 
2013-01-09 02:49:48 PM  
Remember, this comes from a group of people who think that impeach means to arrest and/or fire. All impeachment proceedings do not lead to removal, no matter what the outcome.
 
2013-01-09 02:50:51 PM  

profplump: leonel: Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one?

They're not arguing he's not a US citizen, they're arguing he's not "natural born". To be fair (which is waaaay more than they deserve) it's not explicitly clear what "natural born" means in this context -- most people take it to mean "citizen at birth" (as opposed to being naturalized after birth) but that isn't spelled out explicitly, so you could make up some other definition.

My favorite part about this is these same people would claim they're the strongest supporters of the American Dream -- that any man can achieve success regardless of his origins. All the while claiming that Obama lacks sufficiently noble bloodlines to become president.

For that matter the whole requirement seems like a bad idea at this point -- are we still afraid the King of Spain is going send in his son to usurp power from the US government? Requirements like "is a US citizen" and "has lived in the US for at least 10 of the past 20 years" or things like that seem reasonable; where your mother was standing when you (or she) were born hardly seems like relevant criteria in selecting a president.


If it were up to me, I'd ditch all the requirements to run for the office of President and leave it up to the voters to decide whether or not they want to elect a 5-year old child in Nepal. Something tells me that is not going to happen however.

What is a tad more realistic is changing the natural birth requirement to a "must be a citizen for at least 35 years" requirement.
 
2013-01-09 02:51:24 PM  

leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.


There was this weird citizenship law at the time that basically stripped citizenship from anyone who was not born on US soil who had one US parent that was not old enough. Since his mother was under that age when he was born, that stupid law, since changed, would have made him a non-citizen despite having a mother that was a full citizen.
 
2013-01-09 02:51:26 PM  

your average maint. man: wait til he swears him in for his 3rd term, their really go batshiat crazy.


I'm an Obama supporter. I would laugh mightily at the faces of the right wingers and drink their tears. I would then go join whatever patriotic group was opposing this action, since it would be in violation of the Constitution.

(Unless the Constitution were to have been amended in the meantime to allow it, in which case I would continue drinking the tears of the right wingers and start campaigning to have the term limits reinstated.)
 
2013-01-09 02:52:52 PM  

Mad_Radhu: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

There was this weird citizenship law at the time that basically stripped citizenship from anyone who was not born on US soil who had one US parent that was not old enough. Since his mother was under that age when he was born, that stupid law, since changed, would have made him a non-citizen despite having a mother that was a full citizen.


It's not that she wasn't old enough, it's that she hadn't lived long enough in the US prior to the birth. You had to live in the US for something like three of the previous five years before the birth and she had been living overseas. Not that it matters, since he was born in Hawaii.
 
2013-01-09 02:54:29 PM  
Your failure to investigate these citizenship issues surrounding Mr. Obama at the time questions were raised during his first term places you in a terrible position. You are now confronted with a most difficult choice.

Wait, the Supreme Court is charge of launching and conducting investigations now? Man, my American Government teacher did a shiatty job. I didn't even know they were responsible for things like that. It's a good thing I have websites like WND to keep me infromed!
 
2013-01-09 02:55:02 PM  

Mad_Radhu: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

There was this weird citizenship law at the time that basically stripped citizenship from anyone who was not born on US soil who had one US parent that was not old enough. Since his mother was under that age when he was born, that stupid law, since changed, would have made him a non-citizen despite having a mother that was a full citizen.


Not applicable, since he was born on US soil. You're getting your birther nonsense confused :) Today's derp is "he was born in the US but not a natural born citizen because his blackedy-black father wasn't a citizen."
 
2013-01-09 02:55:39 PM  

Lord Dimwit: DancingElkCondor: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera

I have never seen this, anywhere, at all, before people starting trying to say Obama wasn't eligible. If that were true than neither was Chester A. Arthur, whose father was an Irish citizen at the time of his birth and his mother a Canadian citizen. No one seriously believes that Chester A. Arthur's Presidency was invalid, do they?


I don't know...those mutton chop sideburns are nowhere in the Constitution.
 
2013-01-09 02:56:10 PM  

Lord Dimwit: DancingElkCondor: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

Natural Born Citizen is the issue......where one must be born inside the country AND the parents are both US citizens at the time of birth.

Unfortunately you will not get real discussion on the subject because the same people so critical of anyone bringing up the issue are the same ones who get their science from Al Gore and Al Gorezeera

I have never seen this, anywhere, at all, before people starting trying to say Obama wasn't eligible. If that were true than neither was Chester A. Arthur, whose father was an Irish citizen at the time of his birth and his mother a Canadian citizen. No one seriously believes that Chester A. Arthur's Presidency was invalid, do they?


Of course not. Chester A. Arthur had the proper skin color for service as the head of the Executive Branch, as set forth in the Leventy-Ninth Amendment.
 
2013-01-09 02:56:11 PM  

Shirley Ujest: What if the Cheif Justice is jewish, can we throw in a Zionist Conspiracy?


Chief Justice Russ Feingold from Wisconsin sounds good to me. Plus i'm pretty sure the amount of crazies living our country would allow us normal folk to get shiat done.
 
2013-01-09 02:56:31 PM  

brantgoose: Please, please tell me they can substitute SCJ Clarence Thomas or SCCJ Antonia "Evil Mastermind" La Scalia for Roberts at the last minute.



No, not Thomas, I'm pretty sure he's planning on napping during the swearing-in.

Again.
 
2013-01-09 02:56:38 PM  
so tired of fearful people
 
2013-01-09 02:56:58 PM  
actually, the most recent Birther derptaciousness is from the Left, aimed at Texas' newest Republican Senator, Ted Cruz. They're trying hard to head him off at the pass before he makes any annoucement to run.

Straight from the horse's mouth
 
2013-01-09 02:57:00 PM  

phaseolus: brantgoose: Please, please tell me they can substitute SCJ Clarence Thomas or SCCJ Antonia "Evil Mastermind" La Scalia for Roberts at the last minute.


No, not Thomas, I'm pretty sure he's planning on napping during the swearing-in.

Again.


i meant leaving...trying to eat lunch and type and failing
 
2013-01-09 02:57:56 PM  
OK, they're just messin' with us now. That's all it is. Just messin' with us. Geez.
 
2013-01-09 02:59:12 PM  

Lord Dimwit: Mad_Radhu: leonel: I don't get it. Shouldn't the fact that the mother alone is a US born citizen be enough to quell at least the father not being one? I thought as long as one parent is a US citizen, the kid automatically is at least in my case when my dad registered me at the US embassy in Indonesia.

There was this weird citizenship law at the time that basically stripped citizenship from anyone who was not born on US soil who had one US parent that was not old enough. Since his mother was under that age when he was born, that stupid law, since changed, would have made him a non-citizen despite having a mother that was a full citizen.

It's not that she wasn't old enough, it's that she hadn't lived long enough in the US prior to the birth. You had to live in the US for something like three of the previous five years before the birth and she had been living overseas. Not that it matters, since he was born in Hawaii.


I thought it was worded in some weird way so that you have to have lived in the US x number of years after your 13th birthday or something, so that it is impossible for an 18 year old to satisfy those requirements even if she hasn't stepper foot outside the US. I'm trying to look up the exact wording, but the Googles are doing nothing.
 
2013-01-09 03:01:27 PM  

By the by, former CIA agent, Charles McCary wrote a novel about a stolen electin in 1995, years before the 2000 fiasco. In it, a Liberal Supreme Court Justic conspired to elect an extremist President. Substitute "conservative" for "liberal' and you have a roman à clef about what really happened.

Also, the movie Wrong is Right is based on another of his novels, about a conspiracy to impeach a liberal President after tricking him into ordering the assasination of a Middle East leader, and the framing of a Saddam Hussein-like rebel leader. The nuclear suitcase bombs in the movie are placed on the World Trade Center towers. As a result of the resignation of the liberal, a gung ho Texas politician is elected and goes to war with the Middle Eastern country in question, thus ensuring the USA's oil supply in the same way proposed by a the-secret plan created by the Nixon administration, for which McCary worked.

Personally I suspect that both plots were known to McCarry as a CIA agent, and were subsequently carried out in the real world.

I'm not saying that the CIA carried out these plots. But George Bush Sr. was parachuted into the CIA Director's office by Nixon (and was recruted in politics, if not the CIA, by the same man who recruted Nixon into politics, namely the more controversial of the two Dulles brothers. The would have been familiar to him and to others like him in the Republican Party, the Company and possibly elsewhere.

Personally I think the Republican Party has been a hotbed of sedition and unConstitutional conspiracy since before Bush Sr.'s father and grandfather were let off the hook for Trading with the Enemy and before Bush Sr. himself joined the airforce (a necessary but not sufficient step towards joining the Company).

Furthermore, I believe that the George Bush of the CIA who was interviewed by J. Edgar Hoover after the Kennedy assassination and the George Bush of the CIA who provided ships (two of them named Barbara and Houston) to the Bay of Pigs operation were all one person, the young George Bush who joined the airforce at 18 or 19 to live down the scandal of his forefathers.

Damn few conspiracy theories are supported by this kind of circumstantial evidence I have presented here, or any evidence at all. Screw the Birthers, the 911ers, the Tenthers, the Obama haters, the JFK Assassination theorists, and so forth. Their conspiracies don't hold one tenth the water that mine do.

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