Biden’s “Buy a Shotgun, Buy a Shotgun” Remixed

Hilarious, 10/10.

If there’s ever a problem, walk out on the balcony and fire two blasts.

-Joe Biden giving self-defense tips to a caller during a Q&A session.

Alex Jones on Howard Stern: 2/26/2013

Definitely some interesting bits here. I was surprised how open-minded the crew, especially Robin, was to some of Alex’s theories about the military industrial complex, Fed, pharma, etc. Howard was fairly open-minded too, but seemed to have a joking, I’d rather not know about some things, attitude. At times he switched topic abruptly when Alex was ranting and I wished he hadn’t.

Anyway, I’ve listened to Howard Stern off and on for 16 years, and have never heard an interview like this. Listen while it’s still there:

Is the fact that Howard Stern interviewed a guy about the US police state, SV40, and even 9/11 false flag theories, significant? And that his ideas were treated as worth exploring? Too early to tell, but I almost spit coffee all over my steering wheel on the way to work this morning when I heard Howard say Alex Jones was coming on. I do wonder if Mr. Jones has political aspirations.

Follow-up: I checked on a few of the more wacky-seeming theories I’d never heard of that Alex mentioned today. The two I looked into, interestingly, checked out.

For $500k You Can Meet with Obama Quarterly, Join ‘National Advisory Board’

The New York Times is reporting that President Obama will raise $50 million for a new “advocacy network”, Organizing for Action. For small fish, $50k will buy you access to networking events with high-ranking players in the administration.

And for up and coming do-gooders with large bankrolls, there’s a platinum option. From the NYT:

Giving or raising $500,000 or more puts donors on a national advisory board for Mr. Obama’s group and the privilege of attending quarterly meetings with the president, along with other meetings at the White House. Moreover, the new cash demands on Mr. Obama’s top donors and bundlers come as many of them are angling for appointments to administration jobs or ambassadorships.

“It just smells,” said Bob Edgar, the president of Common Cause, which advocates tighter regulation of campaign money. “The president is setting a very bad model setting up this organization.”

Mr. Obama’s new organization has drawn rebukes in recent days from watchdog groups, which view it as another step away from the tighter campaign regulation Mr. Obama once championed. Over the past two years, he has reversed course on several campaign finance issues, by blessing a super PAC created by former aides and accepting large corporate contributions for his second inauguration.

Donations to this tax-exempt social welfare network “may be deductible as trade or business expenses, if ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer’s business.” Source.

How the Establishment Cheated Ron Paul

And then there’s the issue of algorithmic vote flipping. See, for example, the NH Primary vote:

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I’m no statistician, but that looks awfully suspicious. There are many other examples:

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Arguably the most blatant of all:

ron paul cheated by vote switching

 

Read the 192 page study and see the data citations here.

If they did rig the vote, why? Because the risk of getting caught would be negligible compared to the cost of a President Ron Paul. A dismantling of the military industrial complex, no more interventionism, banksters behind bars, and a beginning to the end of the Federal Reserve. We’re talking about trillions of dollars here, as well as an unprecedented shakeup of the status quo. That, along with the sketchy data are why I don’t find the theory unrealistic.

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