Bill O triggers View-Extremists, Whoopi and Behar, to go Molotov over Muslims destroying the WTC


Whoppi and Behar go molotov oov'ahh the Muslim-word lol


This gets to the crux of the problem Leftists have with the Muslim-word…

Every radical terrorist flying the planes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon was a foaming-at-the-mouth religious Muslim whack job.

That said, it doesn’t mean all Muslims are radical terrorist foaming-at-the-mouth religious Muslim whack jobs.

Get a damn life, Whoopi and Behar.

Live with it, Lefties…


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63 Responses to Bill O triggers View-Extremists, Whoopi and Behar, to go Molotov over Muslims destroying the WTC

  1. Foxwood says:

    “The problem is that there are many out there that would be a shoe in for the Darwin award and they sometimes vote when they are paid, or just fooled.”

    It’s amazing there are still Lefties today. I mean, they believe in Darwinism and continue to abort their children.

    If Darwinism is so good, let’s use it in the market place!

  2. tellitlikeitis says:

    Here is the all time winner of the “Darwin Award” HANDS DOWN!!!!!

  3. Foxwood says:

    I’m sure Whoopie and Joy believe Bush and Cheney where in cahoots in bringing down the twin towers with Halabertin explosives.

  4. Foxwood says:

    Most truthers are Commies.

  5. VotingFemale says:

    I sincerely enjoyed watching Whoopi and Behar blow their pea-brained stack and march off the set…

    and get an ass-chewing for it in front of the nation.


  6. VotingFemale says:

    Glenn Beck just showed the video in this blogpost HAHAHAHA!!!!!

  7. VotingFemale says:

    Bill O is being interviewed by Glenn Beck about what happened

    Bill is still calling the muslims muslims…

  8. VotingFemale says:

    I think this is the first time Bill O’Rielly has ever shown up on Glenn’s program on FOX

  9. Foxwood says:

    And they were wrong, to boot!

  10. tellitlikeitis says:


  11. Foxwood says:

    I think your right VF. I’ve seen Beck on O’Reilly’s show, but I think this is a first.

  12. VotingFemale says:

    I have not seen every Beck show… but O’Rielly has been conspicuous in his lack of visits to the Glenn Beck show.

    Bill O needed to get his side of the story out before The Factor airs… hahahaha

    why? Cause the Socialist Poop is going to hit the lamestream media fan over it

  13. VotingFemale says:

    Tellit, this story is a marvelous and timely find!

    ya done good!

  14. tellitlikeitis says:


  15. Orca says:

    If brains were explosive whoppi and bare could not blow their own noses

  16. Foxwood says:

    Hee hee hee! That was good Orca!

  17. Foxwood says:

    Lamers will not survive. Commies first then the RINOs.

    Republicans plan January takedowns of Obama’s ‘czars’
    The Daily Caller John Rossomando
    Thu Oct 14, 12:50 pm ET

    Republicans will have President Barack Obama’s czars and his use of regulatory powers to circumvent congressional inaction on issues such as cap and trade in GOP crosshairs if the party takes control in January.

    Since taking office, Obama has named more than 30 czars (though the exact number is hard to pin down) without Senate confirmation and congressional oversight, and together they hold power over everything from the environment and bank bailouts to the auto industry. The president’s practice of naming czars has garnered criticism from members of his own party, such as the late West Virginia Democrat Sen. Robert Byrd, who called it unconstitutional.

    “When the Republicans are in charge, you will see the oversight subcommittee of the Energy and Commerce Committee active on a whole host of fronts,” said Rep. Fred Upton, Michigan Republican, who likely would chair the subcommittee if the Republicans take control of Congress. “How are these [czars] funded? So whether it be the authorizing committees and appropriations committees in terms of deleting the funds for those, I think you could go after it in one of two different ways.

    Read more:

  18. VotingFemale says:


    Orca | October 14, 2010 at 6:15 pm

    If brains were explosive whoppi and bare could not blow their own noses
    Foxwood | October 14, 2010 at 6:19 pm

    Hee hee hee! That was good Orca!

  19. VotingFemale says:

    Obama might get angwy…

    Foxwood says

    Lamers will not survive. Commies first then the RINOs.

    Republicans plan January takedowns of Obama’s ‘czars’
    The Daily Caller John Rossomando
    Thu Oct 14, 12:50 pm ET

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  21. VotingFemale says:

    This is a case of Socialist Jackwagon pissing off enough conservatives to do them a favor and wake the hell up and kick his political butt all over DC

  22. Foxwood says:

    You must like Army Drill Sergeants!

  23. Foxwood says:

    Keeping on top of what really matters.

    Oh my: Michelle Obama electioneering in polling place?
    posted at 7:15 pm on October 14, 2010 by Allahpundit

    When Drudge puts up the red font — with italics, no less — we’re almost obliged to blog it, aren’t we?

    I’m … outrageously outraged?

    After finishing at the machine, Obama went back to the desk and handed in her voting key.

    She let voters including electrician Dennis Campbell, 56, take some photos.

    “She was telling me how important it was to vote to keep her husband’s agenda going,” Campbell said.

    According to a pool reporter from the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES at the scene, the conversation took place IN the voting center not far from the booths…

    A top Ilinois State Board of Elections official tells the DRUDGE REPORT how Mrs. Obama may have simply been ignorant of the law and thus violated it unintentionally.

    “You kind of have to drop the standard for the first lady, right?” the official explained late Thursday. “I mean, she’s pretty well liked and probably doesn’t know what she’s doing.”

    Read more:

  24. Foxwood says:

    Fast food for FLOTUS
    By AMIE PARNES | 10/14/10 1:24 PM EDT Updated: 10/14/10 4:26 PM EDT

    President Obama often uses a “Don’t tell Michelle” line when he travels on the road and eats fast food.

    But the first lady — known for her healthful eating initiatives — had her own fast-food moment while on the road in Milwaukee on Wednesday. Michelle Obama stopped at Miss Katie’s Diner and had a cheeseburger and fries, according to TMJ4, a local NBC affiliate.

    She dined with her cousin and her cousin’s daughter and posed for pictures with the restaurant’s staff and customers.

    Read more:

  25. Orca says:

    It took an Obama to cause the thinning of the Rino herd, It took a Reid and Pelosi to get the conservative base back where it belongs
    We owe them a great send off and early retirement.
    And in the end maybe a comfy cell.

  26. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  27. Foxwood says:

    Whorendo, stick it up your @ss!

  28. Foxwood says:

    O’Reilly is trying to come off as Conservative and Rove is still a RINO.

  29. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    yawn… up late again last evening. tisk

  30. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

  31. VotingFemale says:

    I swear I learn more about the subtle dynamics of blogging every day… the secrets reveal themselves a bit at a time… as in life.

  32. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF!

    I go on call today. Yippie!

  33. Foxwood says:

    Did you see what was on Michele’s menu yesterday?

  34. VotingFemale says:

    The subject of this blog post crystallized a festering contention between the 30% left in this country and the 70% normal folks of varying political views who all agree on something.

    It was Muslims who killed us on 911. No way to PC that any other way. Yet the left does try to dictate their views on us all to no avail.

    Behar and Whoopi are now the poster children de jour of how off-track the left is and why they have fallen so deeply into ranting angry despair and spitefulness.

    And, we watch them and chuckle at their political-based hypocrisy.

  35. VotingFemale says:

    As we close in on the political-armageddon awaiting the left, it is with a sober realization that the tenor of the last two years can come down a notch or two as we regain power and pull short their rampage with our money and our society.

    I may even change the banner of the blog to a more genial yet ever watchful one… but what ever it is changed to will not be one of slumber. We learned that lesson bitterly.

  36. VotingFemale says:

    Out on call! kewl!!!

    Didn’t The One’s Woman have a burger and fries? She has a wide caboose for a reason dispite her pontifications as how everyone shall eat on her watch.

    she is such a moron… go on vacation to the French Rivera, ‘Chelle and dwell in luxury as you quip how “like us” you are all the while nibbling morsels of lobster and caviar as millions of Americans are still out of work, a result of your husband’s failure as a president.

    These two are so utterly clueless it is breathtaking. 🙂

  37. Hi VF,
    All four people who regularly watch the show agreed that Whoopi & Joy did the right thing in walking off the set!


  38. Foxwood says:

    Whorendo, this morning, spewed his vomit on how O’Reilly was wrong about muslims.

  39. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, MR!

    Yes, they agree with themselves, lol
    This is such a classic moment… frozen forever on youtube…
    Does it get better? Oh I hope so! 😉

    Mountain Republic says

    Hi VF,
    All four people who regularly watch the show agreed that Whoopi & Joy did the right thing in walking off the set!


  40. Foxwood says:

    Good morning MR!

  41. VotingFemale says:

    Of course Rivera went along with the leftist plantation massa’ view of the world. Otherwise, he would be beaten back into submission after catcalls from the left calling him a coconut. He checked into Hotel California long ago… for him there is no escaping it. I do not have pity for him… he gets what he deserves: diverted eyes as we walk quickly past him.

  42. VotingFemale says:

    Gotta get busy and see what’s up in the world today to be written about…
    good think I like to write 🙂

  43. Foxwood says:

    “He checked into Hotel California long ago”

    You an check out any time you like,
    but you can never leave.

  44. Orca says:

    Mountain Republic says

    “Hi VF,
    All four people who regularly watch the show agreed that Whoopi & Joy did the right thing in walking off the set!”
    That cannot be true
    I understand that the CIA regularly uses the view to punish prisoners and to get them to reveal what they know, more effective than water boarding.
    Makes the subject think he is drowning mouth open at the bottom of an outhouse.

  45. Orca says:

    of course some enjoy the experience, reminds them of their progressive base

  46. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hello Everyone!

    Reid lost the debate to Angle

    By Jon Ralston (contact)

    Friday, Oct. 15, 2010 | 2:01 a.m.

    Let’s get the easy part out of the way first:

    Sharron Angle won The Big Debate.

    Angle won because she looked relatively credible, appearing not to be the Wicked Witch of the West (Christine O’Donnell is the good witch of the Tea Party) and scoring many more rhetorical points. And she won because Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid looked as if he could barely stay on a linear argument, abruptly switching gears and failing to effectively parry or thrust.

    Whether the debate affects the outcome — I believe very few Nevadans are undecided — it also perfectly encapsulated the race: An aging senator who has mastered the inside political game but fundamentally does not seem to care about his public role (and is terrible at it) versus an ever-smiling political climber who can deliver message points but sometimes changes her message or denies a previous one even existed.

    Look upon these works, ye mighty, and despair.

    As I watched the debate, I felt all the years that Nevada has striven to surmount its seamy image fading away as the nation watched this sad spectacle. As Slate’s John Dickerson wryly put it on Twitter: “After watching the Nevada Senate debate I really wish that what happens in Vegas could stay in Vegas.”

    I know we Nevadans get our backs up when the national media condescends. We are a proud bunch; we love our state. But as I surveyed the post-mortems in the 140-character world, where concision often yields brutal truth, you could almost sense the head-shaking as the national types opined:

    NBC’s Chuck Todd: “Reid’s problem tonight is that while Angle wasn’t great, his performance made her look passable.”

    Politico’s Dave Catanese: “Utterly subpar.”

    Political Wire’s Taegan Goddard: “Reid didn’t knock out Angle but she had him on the ropes. Have to give the edge to Angle …”

    Political writer Taylor Marsh may have summed it up best: “Sharron Angle passed the ‘I’m not crazy test’ with flying colors. Focused too. This lady just might pull this off. Reid didn’t take her out.”

    But did he take himself out, once and for all, with his dismissiveness, his sarcastic and loopy use of “my friend” and Senatese, his shifting of subjects in the middle of thoughts, beginning with his opening statements?

    It is difficult to say beyond CSPAN watchers being appalled across the country — and probably sending checks to The

    $14 Million Woman as they watched — if the debate had any electoral effect. But Reid, as he did with a veterinarian named John Ensign 12 years ago, seemed almost in disbelief that he was on the same stage with Angle. If it was possible, I think he would have had a Bush 41 look-at-my-watch moment.

    There was much revisionist history in the debate by both candidates, but, as usual, mostly from Angle. Reid called a man he once all but called a liar (Gen. David Petraeus) and a man he did call a liar and loser (Bush 43) his friends. But he also used that collegial term to refer to Angle, as if he were speaking to some senator he despises (they do that on the floor).

    But Angle, as she often does, when confronted with previous positions from abolishing the Education Department to phasing out Social Security and Medicare, just plows ahead as if her reinvention project is perfectly believable. If she says she never said it, maybe she never did — unless, as has so often happens but could not Thursday, someone plays Warner Wolf and goes to the videotape.

    The most striking example was when moderator Mitch Fox asked her about calling the unemployed “spoiled.” Angle claimed Reid “mischaracterized” what she had said. What? She has apologized for making the comment.

    My guess, though, is no one noticed as Reid didn’t point that out (hello, debate prep) and didn’t effectively deconstruct many of her automaton-like message points. She just kept coming and coming — Obamacare, Obamacare, Obamacare — the Tea Party’s and Nevada’s Energizer Bunny who never, ever stops running.

    I still find it incredible that more has not been made of Angle’s most egregious statement this campaign — and it didn’t even come up Thursday — which was her assertion in Mesquite this month that Sharia law had been imposed in two American cities, one of which doesn’t even exist. This Muslim-baiting, noxious construction has been ignored by all but a few news outlets (kudos to CNN), and her answer is almost more astounding: She read it somewhere so she repeated it.

    That is crazy, folks. But that’s not how she came across Thursday, as Reid failed to call her on that and many other topics, making it more likely he has to make an unthinkable call to her on Election Night.

  47. tellitlikeitis says:

    Tea Party Set to Win Enough Races for Wide Influence

    Enough Tea Party-supported candidates are running strongly in competitive and Republican-leaning Congressional races that the movement stands a good chance of establishing a sizeable caucus to push its agenda in the House and the Senate, according to a New York Times analysis.

    With a little more than two weeks till Election Day, 33 Tea Party-backed candidates are in tossup races or running in House districts that are solidly or leaning Republican, and 8 stand a good or better chance of winning Senate seats.

    While the numbers are relatively small, they could exert outsize influence, putting pressure on Republican leaders to carry out promises to significantly cut spending and taxes, to repeal health care legislation and financial regulations passed this year, and to phase out Social Security and Medicare in favor of personal savings accounts.

    Still, the bulk of the Tea Party candidates are running in districts that are solidly Democratic, meaning that most Tea Party efforts — no matter how energetic — are likely to register as basically a protest vote.

    An analysis of each House and Senate race found 138 Tea Party candidates, all Republicans, running for nearly half the Democratic or open seats in the House and a third of those in the Senate — or, in the case of two Republican House incumbents, defending seats won with Tea Party backing in special elections earlier this year.

    Tea Party nominees have performed better than expected in many cases, including races in which the establishment candidates they defeated in the primaries were considered the stronger general election contenders. This includes well-known nominees like Rand Paul, running for the Senate in Kentucky, as well as lesser-known candidates like Dan Benishek, running to replace a retiring House Democrat in Michigan.

    But as establishment Republicans feared, the Tea Party has also handed opportunities to the Democrats by nominating candidates who have struggled.

    This includes not just Christine O’Donnell, the Senate nominee in Delaware, but also candidates like Joe Walsh, running in a House district outside Chicago. In May, top campaign staff members quit after revelations that Mr. Walsh had lost a home to foreclosure, and accused him of bouncing checks, lying about fund-raising, failing to pay taxes and driving with a suspended license. In a district that has historically favored Republicans, his Democratic opponent is leading.

    Still, it suggests the stubbornness of voter anger toward the establishment that several candidates, most first-time contenders, have remained viable despite revelations of extensive financial problems, domestic disputes or other apparent improprieties.

    Of 129 Tea Party candidates for the House, 7 are running in solidly Republican districts — all but one of those seats is now held by a Republican. Another 7 are running for seats currently held by Democrats but in districts leaning toward the Tea Party Republican.

    Nineteen are in tossup races, for seats that are held, with the exception of two, by Democrats. And 29 are running for seats in districts that are leaning Democratic — of those, only one is currently held by a Republican. Sixty-seven are challenging Democrats who are expected to win — though this is a year when the unexpected has been more rule than exception.

    In the Senate, there are 9 Tea Party candidates running for a potential of 27 seats — not including those where the incumbent is the Republican nominee.

    For purposes of the list, Tea Party candidates were those who had entered politics through the movement or who are receiving significant support from local Tea Party groups and who share the ideology of the movement. Many have been endorsed by groups like FreedomWorks or the Tea Party Express, or by conservative kingmakers like Sarah Palin and Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina, but those endorsements alone were not enough to qualify as a Tea Party candidate.

    The states with the highest concentration of Tea Party candidates are South Carolina, Massachusetts and Arizona. In South Carolina, this reflects the energy of the movement; in Massachusetts, where almost none of the candidates are expected to win, it reflects a historically weak Republican farm team.

    Election handicappers have said for months that the test of the Tea Party would be whether its energy ended up hurting Republicans more than it helped, by leading to the selection of less viable candidates in the primaries.

    Polls suggest that in the Senate, the hurt may outweigh the help. The four seats that are leaning or solidly Republican and feature Tea Party candidates were in Republican hands to begin with.

    Your Taxes Your Vote – A CNBC Special Report

    Ms. O’Donnell’s surprise upset of the establishment candidate in Delaware dashed Republican hopes for a seat that even Democrats had expected to lose. The Tea Party candidate in Nevada, Sharron Angle, has improved the odds that Senator Harry Reid, the leader of Democratic majority, hangs onto his seat. And having Rand Paul as their nominee has made the fight in Kentucky tougher than Republicans anticipated.

    On the other hand, Ron Johnson, a plastics magnate with a libertarian bent and strong Tea Party support, has made Wisconsin an unexpected tossup. And Ken Buck, who was thought to be the weaker of two Republican primary candidates in Colorado, has kept that race competitive.

    In the House, Tea Party candidates are allowing Democrats to poll well in a few districts where demographics and voting history suggest that Republicans should win — the district that includes Tucson, the one north and west of Pittsburgh, and one in suburban Chicago.

    For the most part, Tea Party candidates are doing well in areas where any Republican would be expected to do well. There does not appear to be any case where a Tea Party candidate has helped make a Democratic-leaning district more competitive for Republicans.

    While there is no official Tea Party platform, candidates share a determination to repeal the health care legislation passed in March. They vow not only to permanently extend the tax cuts passed under President George W. Bush and to eliminate the estate tax, but also to replace the progressive income tax with a flat tax or a national sales tax. Several candidates advocate abolishing the Internal Revenue Service entirely.

    Many have called for a balanced budget amendment. They oppose newly passed financial regulation, and oppose cap-and-trade of carbon emissions.

    The candidates also promise to carry into office the Tea Party’s strict interpretation of the Constitution.

    Paul Gosar, a dentist who defeated several other candidates, including the 2008 nominee, to win the primary in a Republican-leaning district in Arizona, told an interviewer that “adhering to the words of the founding fathers means putting the government role in the health care, the Department of Education, and yes, entitlements, all on the table for a constitutional examination.”

    In a questionnaire for a Tea Party group, Steve Stivers, running for Congress in Ohio, said that only four departments — Defense, Justice, State and Treasury — perform “constitutional roles,” meaning “you could eliminate the Departments of Agriculture, Education, Interior, Housing and Urban Development, Transportation, Energy and others to return to a constitutionally pure government.”

    Many candidates — Mr. Paul, in Kentucky, as well as many in the House races — have embraced a pledge to require Congress to indicate how any new legislation is authorized in the Constitution, and contend that the Constitution does not authorize many of the things the federal government does now. Republicans picked up this idea in their Pledge to America agenda.

  48. Bob Mack says:

    Good morning to all.
    Those two View termagants shoulda kept right on walking, picked up Mrs. Fearless Leader, latched onto the Desert Rat, rolled into the city by the bay for San Francisco Sweet, and kept right on truckin’ into the Pacific Ocean, where hopefully a few Great Whites waited for lunch…

  49. tellitlikeitis says:

  50. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Orca, Tellit, Bob!

    I wouldn’t watch the View normally, but O’Reilly did make the show yesterday, fer shur.

  51. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Orca, Tellit, Bob!

    I watched The Factor skewer Behar and Whoppi at least 10 times on the DVR… I have not laughed and danced like that in weeks!

    I was surely insufferable in my glee! lol

  52. VotingFemale says:

    Tellit, did I tell you I had a mana y mano twitter debate with that high-profile twit Jon Ralston?

    He promoted a Slate article defining Sharron Angle as a Jesse Helms.

    Well, after our “discussion” he sent me an e-mail admitting, finally, that that Angle-Helms juxtaposition was racist and lowball.

    Tell Me we can’t make the Media Bastards admit they are scumbags!


    click the links within that article to see what I had said there on a previous Legal Insurrection blogpost.

    The day the above blogpost was posted, the blog VotingFemale was awarded the Legal Insurrection “Blog of the Day” 🙂

    Shoo Socialists! Take you hands off our Government! GRRRRR

    tellitlikeitis said

    Hello Everyone!

    Reid lost the debate to Angle

    By Jon Ralston (contact)

    Friday, Oct. 15, 2010 | 2:01 a.m.

    Let’s get the easy part out of the way first:

    Sharron Angle won The Big Debate.

  53. Foxwood says:

    I watch O’Reilly on occasion. I don’t always agree with him, but it was a good show last night

  54. VotingFemale says:

    I would have said mano y mano but most folks don’t know that is Spanish for “hand to hand,” as in hand to hand combat, and not “man to man.”

    man in Spanish is hombre, so to be concise, it was mujer y hombre mano y mano

  55. Foxwood says:

    Angle handed Reid his ass. You won’t fear that anywhere but Fox and Rush…

    and here!

  56. Foxwood says:

    I took Filipino Martial Arts and we learned dos manos, espada y daga, estaka y daga, and dos palos.

  57. Foxwood says:

    Not alot of kicking because everyone carries a daga.

  58. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, The problem with the socialists are facts. Facts get in the way of their argument 100 percent of the time so they resort to trench/ cesspool warfare of name calling, etc.

    Good news!

    Baby snatched for dad’s politics back with parents
    Reunited! Newborn returned to family where father accused of being ‘Oath Keeper’

    Posted: October 14, 2010
    9:15 pm Eastern

    By Bob Unruh
    © 2010 WorldNetDaily

    Johnathon Irish, fiancé and baby

    A tiny baby girl snatched from her parents’ custody a week ago when her father was accused of being an “Oath Keeper” was returned to her parents today.

    According to WND sources close to the case, the accusations against the father, Johnathon Irish, whose fiancée, Stephanie Taylor, is the mother of Cheyenne, have been dropped.

    WND originally reported on the case last weekend when the state took the baby, ordering the father to stand with his hands behind his back and frisking him while social workers took the child. The affidavit supporting the actions cited the father’s affiliation with the patriotic organization Oath Keepers.

    Irish, reached today by telephone by WND, said New Hampshire state law prevents disclosure of details of family court disputes. But the WND source confirmed that the little girl had been returned to the family and there were no future court dates scheduled in the case.

    Officials with the state Family Court system could not be reached by WND.

    Learn how to foil those who would damage the nation. Get “Taking America Back” now from the WND Superstore.

    Just hours earlier a protest was held outside the court where the hearing was going on, and as WND reported, officials with Oath Keepers submitted a demand letter to the state’s social services agency to remove the reference in the affidavit in the Irish case.

    The organization collects affirmations from soldiers and peace officers that they would refuse orders that violate the U.S. Constitution in light of what they perceive as the advance of socialism in the U.S.

    Irish had told WND that an affidavit signed by Child Protective Service worker Dana Bickford seeking government custody of newborn Cheyenne a week ago said the agency “became aware and confirmed that Mr. Irish associated with a militia known as the ‘Oath Keepers.'”

    While officials with Oath Keepers confirmed that there were other issues involved in the case, they were stunned to learn that the court ruling had described their organization as a militia and had referenced participation with them as an accusation.

    “This poorly conducted investigation used unsubstantiated and unsupported information regarding our organization. A journey to our website, and a reading of our bylaws, could have easily confirmed what we are and are not,” said the Oath Keepers letter, delivered today to state officials.

    “We are an association of currently serving and retired police, military, and emergency personnel. We are not a militia. Our goal is simply to educate all current service personnel on their obligations under the law and in particular our Constitution.”

    WND reported earlier when the dispute erupted, including when Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes wrote on his website that the citation of his organization sends a seriously troubling message.

    Details of the resolution of the case were withheld behind the curtain of Family Court restrictions. But Rhodes described it as a “fundamental point” to have government agencies condemning defendants for their political affiliations.

    “Talk about chilling speech! If this is allowed to continue, it will chill the speech of not just Mr. Irish, but all Oath Keepers and it will serve as the camel [nose] under the tent for other associations being considered too risky for parents to dare,” he continued. “‘Don’t you dare associate with such and such group, or you could be on ‘the list’ and then child protective services might come take your kids.'”

    While Oath Keepers is not a militia, he said, it would make no difference if it was.

    “A parent associating with a militia is not engaged in child endangerment and is not evidence of child endangerment,” he said.

    Oath Keepers’ members promise not to obey any order “to disarm the American people,” conduct warrantless searches, “detain American citizens as ‘unlawful enemy combatants,'” work to impose martial law, invade or subjugate any state, blockade American cities, put Americans in detention camps or “make war against our own people.”

    Rhodes himself was a U.S. Army paratrooper injured in an parachuting accident, a former firearms instructor and a former member of U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s Washington staff.

    The organization’s board of directors includes Army veteran Sgt. Dave Freeman, Army veteran Capt. Chauncey Normandin, Navy veteran Capt. Gregory Gooch, Celia S. Hyde of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, all retired.

    Others are Marines, members of the Air Force, local law enforcement and even of the U.S. Army Special Forces.

    The demand letter apparently was addressed by the court’s action, although Rhodes said he’d been given no direct response to the concerns. It said, “As police officers, we have been called all manner of vile names by criminal suspects, but nothing compares to the offensive assertion that to associate with us and our military counterparts is child endangerment. We respectfully request that any reference to Oath Keepers be removed from your affidavit by whatever mechanism New Hampshire law allows or requires.”

    The letter continued, “On behalf of all of the active duty and retired police and sheriff personnel within our organization, as well as our military and firefighter brothers and sisters, we demand that you remove the offensive verbiage in the affidavit filed by your investigator, Dana Bickford, which states, ‘the Division became aware and confirmed that Mr. Irish associated with a militia known as the ‘Oath Keepers …”

    “By so listing the political associations of a parent as a reason to take a newborn baby from her mother’s arms, the affidavit politicizes child protective services. That politicization was unfortunately furthered by the judge in this case who adopted Bickford’s entire affidavit as the Court’s ‘findings of fact’ setting forth the reasons for issuing the order to take the baby.”

    The letter explains Oath Keepers members “have seen first-hand the heart-rending abuse that children can suffer at the hands of dysfunctional adults. It is to prevent such abuse that child protective services is given great latitude and power. Politics has no place in this process precisely because of the immense power you wield. All that should matter is the welfare of the children, not the politics of the parents. Such politicization not only hurts the families and children involved, but also chills the speech of other parents who now will worry that their political affiliations will be used as grounds for taking their children.”

    It was signed by Capt. Chauncey Normandin, retired, from the Lowell, Mass., police department; Sgt. David Freeman, retired, from the Las Vegas police department; Chief Celia S. Hyde, retired, of the Bolton, Mass., police department; retired Graham County, Ariz., Sheriff Richard Mack; and almost half a dozen actively serving law enforcement officers in Texas, Pennsylvania, Utah and others.

    According to the original court documents, copies of which were posted by Oath Keepers, “Mr. Irish was court ordered to attend Ending the Violence with Scott Hampton, however, to date, has not completed this program.” The court affidavit continued, “The Epsom Police Department stated they were very familiar with Mr. Irish, as they have responded to multiple calls, which involved Mr. Irish and firearms, one of which resulted in a pending charge for possession of a concealed weapon without a permit.

    “The division became aware and confirmed that Mr. Irish associated with a militia known as the ‘Oath Keepers,’ and had purchase several different types of weapons including a rifle, handgun and taser,” the court documents said.

  59. Foxwood says:

    That was a sad story, Tellit. If they can do things like that to Teaparty People, they will.

  60. tellitlikeitis says:

    We all must pay attention to what is happening in Europe. It will be coming here in the near future.

    Riot police, protesters clash at Acropolis

    ATHENS, Greece – Riot police clashed with protesting Culture Ministry workers barricading the ancient Acropolis on Thursday, using tear gas to clear the entrance to Greece’s most famous landmark.

    But the monument remained closed for the rest of the day as guards there launched a strike in solidarity with the evicted protesters. Protest organizers said they would gather again at the Acropolis early Friday, but it was unclear whether they would attempt to block the entrance.

    Up to 100 workers on short-term contracts had kept the ancient citadel closed since Wednesday morning, complaining they were owed up to 24 months’ worth of back pay and faced dismissal when their contracts expire on Oct. 31.

    The protesters barricaded themselves inside, padlocked the entrance gates and refused to allow visitors in until their demands were met. Police in riot gear arrived after a court order said the protesters were hindering access to the site and its 2,500-year-old marble temples.

    “Riot police and violence won’t break the strike,” the protesters chanted, clinging to the gates.

    But police broke into the site after sawing through the metal fence, then used pepper spray to clear journalists covering the standoff from the main gate. One protester was led away in handcuffs to a waiting police bus.

    Dozens of bemused tourists who had arrived to visit the ancient site looked on as the standoff unfolded, occasionally snapping pictures of the riot police.

    “We know the workers have a right to protest, but it is not fair that people who come from all over the world to see the Acropolis should be prevented from getting in,” said Spanish tourist Ainhoa Garcia shortly before the clashes broke out.

    Greece is in the midst of a tough austerity program which has cut public workers’ salaries and trimmed pensions in an effort to pull the country out of a severe debt crisis. The austerity plan has led to a series of strikes and demonstrations as workers’ unions protest the cutbacks.

    Guards and workers at archaeological sites have long been complaining they are owed months of back pay, and they have shut down the Acropolis before in protest, though usually only for a few hours at a time.

    They say they had no other option but to close the iconic site — which attracts more than a million visitors annually — because, they say, the government has ignored a string of court rulings in their favor.

    “If we are breaking the law by keeping the site closed, is it not also against the law for (the government) to leave us unpaid?” union representative Ioanna Maraveli asked.

    But authorities are particularly sensitive to protests at the Acropolis, which is seen as an emblem of ancient democracy, particularly as the country largely relies on tourism for revenue.

    “This is not just an issue of damage to Greek tourism, particularly under the current, difficult circumstances, it is also an issue of respect for this outstanding monument,” government spokesman George Petalotis said.

    Culture ministry officials insisted that all salary arrears would be paid.

    Visitors who had traveled from far-flung countries were unimpressed by the protest.

    “We think this is a shame. We will not recommend that people come to Greece,” said Veronica Traverso, a tourist from Argentina standing with a friend outside the padlocked gates. “We are not to blame for Greece’s troubles.”

    Traverso said she was due to leave the city in a couple of hours — her hopes of visiting the Acropolis dashed.

    U.S. tourist Dave Walters, from Phoenix, Arizona, said he arrived Thursday on a cruise ship which was leaving in the evening.

    “I don’t understand. Greece has two main industries, tourism and shipping,” he said. “They seem to be cutting their own throats, this is not going to bring tourists to Greece.”

  61. VotingFemale says:

    I have to have citations from other than WND. WND has proven too many times that they themselves stretch the truth thus has tarnished their credibility.

    I have been following this situation with the Socialists kidnapping that baby from the hospital on the grounds of her father’s membership in Oath Keepers.

    It did not help that previously FOX News has denigrated the Oath Keeper organization as extremists.

    Talk about bowing down to the Socialist PC police.

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