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Grab Bag on a Friday night

By | 2009-11-13T23:04:18+00:00 November 13th, 2009|9-11, Domestic Spying, House of Representatives, NASA|Comments Off on Grab Bag on a Friday night


  • Former Louisiana Congressman William Jefferson was sentenced to 13 years in federal prison for being a moron (public corruption charges).
  • US Attorney General Eric Holder has decided to prosecute 9/11 Mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed in civilian courts. The trials will be held in New York. I think this is the right thing to do.
  • There was a huge release of information with regards to the telecommunication companies in their efforts to spy on Americans. Good luck piling through all of this stuff.
  • The Sacramento Municipal Utility District is suing Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and 45 other financial firms. They have joined what appears to be a class-action lawsuit stating that these financial firms rigged bids in bond derivative markets.
  • Eight Pennsylvania Republicans have been charged with diversion of public resources and forcing employees to work on legislative campaigns.
  • NASA did find water on the moon. Now, comes the real trick. Can NASA find the money to send man back to the moon?
  • The birther of birthers, Attorney Orly Taitz who was fined $20,000 by a federal judge, is appealing her fine. Look for her to be arrested and jailed soon.
  • I have driven some very nice cars in my time. Mercedes, BMW, Ferrari and Porsche are just a few of the cars I’ve driven over the years. (I did not say “own.” I said “driven.”) I have no idea how you drive a million-dollar Bugatti into a South Texas bayou. This guy clearly gets my vote for the bonehead move of the day.
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