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August 16, 2013

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Landru

The biggest lie of all comes from the Obama camp who consistently claim that the deficit has shrunk every year Obama has been in office. This is all based on the fraud that the FY 2009 deficit of 1.4 trillion belongs to Bush, since he was still President for the first few months of FY 2009. (Oct 1, 2008). So starting in FY 2010, yes, the annual deficit has been lower than the massive 1.4 T. But pretending that the 1.4 T in FY 2009 was all Bush's doing is laughable BS.

(A) nuther Bub

Wait until I tell the father of my children that he's not a U.S. citizen. This is hilarious. He was also born in Ancon, Panama Canal Zone in 1929, where his dad was a military surgeon, 4th generation American, and his mother a schoolteacher born in Leadville Colorado. Funny, that his status as an alien was never mentioned in his entire life, far as I know, despite his own military service in the 101st Airborne, his education, his career, his voting rights, etc. Well, he's 84 now, so I guess it doesn't matter a lot, although it is amusing me this morning to learn that my kids' dad is apparently a Panamanian.

Clarice

http://moderntokyotimes.com/2013/08/17/qatars-risky-overreach-egypt-muslim-brotherhood-and-terrorism/

The article I mentioned earlier about Qatar's meddling in Egypt. Qatar's a big funder of various things in US universities especially Georgetown.

narciso

Yes, that's where the strings to the Libyan militias that were involved in Benghazi came from;

narciso

The Sauds no doubt pressured by the Ummah, recovered the Syrian account.

narciso

There is the foreign version of the Butterfield principle, involved here;

http://hotair.com/headlines/archives/2013/08/17/despite-armys-violence-against-protesters-many-egyptians-still-support-the-military/

pagar1

Clarice's 03:14 link

In the first part of my analysis of Qatar’s policy in the region, I focused on Al Jazeera’s huge influence on opinion in the Arab world and the West, portraying the Qatari-Muslim Brotherhood version of events in a way that the uninformed viewer might believe to be objective reporting. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Al Jazeera’s carefully crafted smokescreen as the moderate voice of the Arab world has taken a significant battering with the events in Egypt. That should serve as a wake-up call to those trumpeting the imminent launch of Al Jazeera America scheduled for August 20."

Meanwhile we're supposed to allow Al Jazeera America to spread their MB propaganda all over America 24/7. This is insane!

narciso

The Fat lady is warming up:

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323455104579017033288808454.html?mod=wsj_share_tweet

Threadkiller

Relax (A) bub, your dad was a born a citizen, a naturalized citizen, but a citizen nonetheless.

Congress has the limited power to create naturalization laws.

Refer to Section 1993 of the Revised Statutes from that period of time.

Threadkiller

I really want to study Chin's theory.

But not today.

Off to family photos.

narciso

If they were born in a US territory, to Us citizens, how is that a naturalization issue;

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/356064/egypt-military-only-chance-andrew-c-mccarthy

narciso

I guess the Churchill line is in order;

http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/08/14/3562556/seigenthaler-to-host-al-jazeera.html

Threadkiller

Did US law provide for their citizenship?

daddy

Commenter Blake in a HotAir thread posted this comment and link:

Yesterday, I linked to a photo of the same dead guy in three different locations. Now, there is an entire video of people faking deaths and injuries for photo shoots:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=7yHyQ1cWx6E

Blake on August 17, 2013 at 9:24 AM

matt

The Palestinians are especially good at this, as are Hezbollah, daddy. remember when we played "war" and everyone argued over it? They must have been watching old Leave it to Beaver movies.

The national debt has been "stuck" at 9.9999 for the past 90 days. Can you say "fraud" children? I think you can.....and it wasn't even deemed and passed.

(A) nuther Bub

Relax (A) bub, your dad was a born a citizen, a naturalized citizen, but a citizen nonetheless.

But not a natural born one, according to Chin, it appears and therefore ineligible for the presidency.

That really bends the mind, that a child conceived and born in a foreign land because his father was a patriot who honored a government order to serve his country there temporarily, may not be considered "a natural born citizen." That's what Chin said, apparently, and is it what you believe also, TK? If so, it's madness and would be a good reason for a military husband to decline to take his wife overseas.)

Wasn't my dad, BTW, it was my first husband, father of my then babies. We still talk regularly so I must remember to ask him whether he ever realized he was disqualified by birth from the presidency. I pray that the news doesn't dash his hopes.

daddy

SBW,

Good to hear of your prognosis and recovery, and that things seem to be coming out okay. But of course if you do croak of dysentery, please know that you will be in great company:

1216 – King John of England died of dysentery at Newark Castle on 18 October 1216.

1422 – King Henry V of England died suddenly from dysentery in 1422. He was thirty-five years old.

1596 – Sir Francis Drake, Vice Admiral, died of dysentery on 27 January 1596 while attacking San Juan, Puerto Rico. He was buried at sea in a lead coffin, near Portobelo.

1605 – Akbar the Great, ruler of the Mughal Empire of South Asia, died of dysentery. On 3 October 1605, he fell ill with an attack of dysentery, from which he never recovered. He is believed to have died on or about 27 October 1605, after which his body was buried at a mausoleum in Sikandra, Agra.

1675 – Jacques Marquette died of dysentery on his way north from what is today Chicago, traveling to the mission where he intended to spend the rest of his life.

Cheers:)

matt

Since it's a perfect Saturday afternoon here I am going to throw a monkey wrench into the neo-birther thread.

Que es mas caliente? Betty o Veronica? Lois Lane o Lana Lang? Maryanne o Ginger?

Catwoman Julie Newmar o Catwoman Michelle Pfeiffer?

I believe we need to revisit these deep psychocultural questions at least once per year.

DrJ

(A)B,

There are some oddities that come up if you believe TK's natural-born things. I was born in the US to non-citizens. My brother was born in the US to (by then) naturalized citizens. The claim would be that I would not be natural born, and could not be president, but my brother could.

I understand that there are different opinions on this. And no, it in no way spoils my day.

Threadkiller

Sorry about the "dad" part. You strike me as a young beauty.

1929 threw me off.

sbwaters

Daddy, you brighten my day.

Ignatz

Veronica, by a mile.
Don't know who Lana Lang is so will pass although Lois Lane never did much for me.
Ginger.
Julie Newmar, by a fairly wide margin. Tall girls are quite nifty.

Captain Hate on an iPhone

Levin had a list of attendees at the event the head of Comcast, overlord of MSDNC, threw for Gaylord Focker: Stedman, At the Movies, the Iranian Ferret, Steve Ratner, Caroline "how do you say you know in Japanese" Kennedy and lots of other administration people but I don't recall hearing Reporting for Doody.

Threadkiller

What other citizenship was your brother born with, DrJ?

Or was it solitary?

DrJ

TK, he was born in the US to naturalized US citizens -- you tell me. Also, he now holds dual citizenship, and I don't.

Threadkiller

Let me put the theory this way:

If one child was born male and the other child was born female, is there any law, applied retroactively or otherwise, that could make their circumstances at birth identical?

If so would such a law fly in the face of what occurred naturally?

DrJ

See what I mean A(B)? :)

Danube on iPad

"your dad was a born a citizen, a naturalized citizen, but a citizen nonetheless."

I wonder if AB recalls the naturalization ceremony.

Congress's power in this area is not so limited that it cannot declare who is and isn't a natural-born citizen (see the Act of 1790, providing that persons born overseas to U.S. parents are natural-born citizens).

Threadkiller

He "now" holds...

Did your parents naturalized status prevent his second citizenship from being automatic?

Threadkiller

Danube, why do you not recognize the language of the Act of 1795 passed by mostly the same members of congress?

I think it is pretty dirty that you don't.

DrJ

TK, I'll let you do the parsing. At birth both he and I were eligible for German citizenship, because we were born to parents who were born in Germany. To claim it you have to apply for it with the proper documentation. He did, since he works frequently in the EU and Russia; a German passport is then useful. I didn't since a German passport or citizenship is of no benefit to me.

Threadkiller

I also think it is a little nasty that you would suggest that A(bub) was old enough to remember a birth in 1929.

Threadkiller

I would enjoy such parsing. Please supply the birth years and I will tell you what happened.

My wife would enjoy my participation in the family photos.

[Caught]

Later.

narciso

Well Lana Lang, except for the Annette O'Toole role, Veronica I guess, Newmar, because Pfeiffer was as pitiful as her part in Scarface,

daddy

My simplistic guess on probable repercussions from this Egypt thing is this:

It will teach the Hardcore Islamists that the route to power of "winning Democratic-style elections" is useless.

It will teach those in favor of Democratic-style elections that Hardcore Islamists cannot be allowed to participate in the "Democratic-style election process."

So I think Hardcore Islamists will now concentrate 100% on going for the tried and true tactics of chaos, revolution, assassination and Jihad, while their opposition goes for the tried and true tactic of banning such groups from participating in politics and jailing their leaders.

Deja vu all over again.

narciso

Ah Steve 'I paid 10 million dollars in fines, of I wasn't guilty' Ratner, a frequent guest at the Dead Intern show.

narciso

Yes, daddy, it resembles the '47-49' era that claimed Nograishi Pasha and Hassan Al Banna, and the post 1981 era after the Zamour plot, as you see, they didn't need much prompting from either,

James D.

Matt,

Veronica, Julie Newmar and Mary Ann.

For Lois vs. Lana, you need to specify which Lois and which Lana...but I'd say that Teri Hatcher's Lois probably tops 'em all.

daddy

Since we're doing a Spanish language edition of "Who is more Caliente," lets start at the top:

1st lady of Canada:

1st lady of the US:

1st lady of Mexico:

And in honor of A9B) and hr illegal alien former hubby, 1st lady of Panama:

Ai yi yi!

daddy

I am livid to find out that Another (Bub) passed her kids and grandkids and great grandkids off as "red blooded 'mericans" when we had chow last year and she hoodwinked me into waving re-election signs for some Commie Democrat in Honolulu@#$!

That is why when I take her out for dinner on 10 September 2013 in Wakiki I promise all JOMer's everywhere that I will grill her sumpin' fierce and get to the bottom of this scandal quicker than you can say "Natural Born Citizen!"

A(B), Are you now or have you ever been a fan of Roberto Duran?

PS, Can we have German beer this time since I was born inn Germany?

Captain Hate on an iPhone

Anybody hear how al-Jizz is reporting events in Egypt since they're the mouthpiece of the mooooslim brotherhoode loving Qatari emir (I once slattered the dimwitted wife of a professor who kept insisting they were independent; I think her hubby was petrified that she'd say "Are you gonna let him talk to me like that?).

DrJ

Ah! The grapes are very close -- BRIX of 20, so two points to go. And they look great this year.

daddy

As we continue our beauty contest down the nations of the Western Hemisphere, what are we to make of this?

Sandra Torres tearily announced on Thursday she had divorced her husband President Alvaro Colom for the sake of the nation, thereby hoping to skirt a law in Guatemala that blocks the president's relatives from running for office.

Here's 1st Divorcee' of Guatemala, Sandra Torres:

BTW, When I enter, 1st Lady of Guatemala sandra torres and then hit google images, up pops "The First Law of Themodynamics". Weird.

So opposing Sandra we have 1st Lady of Honduras:

daddy

And the Paris Mayoral race continues to heat up:

Kosciusko-Morizet, one of the 2014 Parisian mayoral candidates, has no trouble expressing herself.

In a recent interview given to NBC News, Kosciusko-Morizet, widely known by the nickname NKM, embraced her reputation as a tough operator. "I am a killer . . . everybody is a killer in politics," she was quoted as saying. "Some know how to shoot, some do not. Some do that [shoot] in your face; most of them do that in your back. I do that in the face."

Here's the 4 gals running:

daddy

Off with the dogs, and apologies if my posted pics somehow shut down you guys from Typepad posting. Yankees stink.

Account Deleted

Shouldn't an examination of the Egyptian reset to Nasser/Brezhnev status begin with identifying the team assembled by Secretary of State Clinton to implement the idiocy of the complete and total failure known as Arab Spring? We could start with either R2P 'Soft' Powers or Mrs. 'Flash' Weiner, always keeping in mind their WH links with the Iranian Rodent, Jarrett.

How does the current situation in Libya and Syria stack up against the kinetic unfriending of Clinton's 'closest' adviser's Egyptian MBro contacts? It's my understanding the Libyan government (stop laughing) is strongly considering bombing oil tankers chartered by various Ali Baba groups to expedite the theft of oil while over in Syria, Assad continues to vigorously unfriend AQ linked groups on a daily basis.

Is there anything touched by Secretary of State Clinton which has not failed?

Captain Hate on an iPhone

No, Rick; her record is unblemished by success.

bgates

Is there anything touched by Secretary of State Clinton which has not failed?

We should have known 15 years ago, when Bubba was reduced to using a cigar.

Clarice

I can't think of one thing that over praised liar has accomplished--for anyone else but herself.

Danube on iPad

"I think it is pretty dirty that you don't."

We've been through this four or five times now. The reason I don't mention it that it is wholly irrelevant. The 1795 Act did nothing more than repeal the 1790 Act. It was passed by a different congress with a different idea about the status of children born overseas. That has nothing whatsoever to do with the congressional power to declare who shall be a natural born citizen, as evidenced by the 1790 Act.

Do you seriously believe that a congressional repeal of a statute means that it lacked the power to enact that statute in the first place?

Danube on iPad

Do we dare pray for a world-wide and bloody intra-Islam civil war?

henry

Can both sides lose?

Ignatz

If Gerard Depardieu is the equivalent of three women please, please, do not post pictures of them.

Ignatz

That was weird. After I posted my comment suddenly there were three chicks instead of one.

JIB

In for a brief lurk. Working hard on restoring my website. Long story but a happy ending.

New Perfume: Clintorious

Captain Hate on an iPhone

Although I consider Islam a blight on the world, I'm absolutely on the side of the military for the work they've done with Israel.

Threadkiller

Repeal of a statute is an improper way to repair a statute that was found to be invalid.


JIB

CH,

Radical Islam is a bigger threat to the Muslim states than they are to us. The Egyptian military, the Saudi's and Yemeni's know this. Its the Pakistani's with their naive belief in fear from their Wazirastan compatriots who a re the exception.

We need to sit back and enjoy the final solution by the people most threatened. Next to the Paki's and Indians the next best source of 3rd world technical and engineering emigre's are the Egyptians. High quality engineers.

Danube on iPad

"Repeal of a statute is an improper way to repair a statute that was found to be invalid."

I don't know what makes you think so. Do you have some authority for that proposition?

What is the proper way and, more important, who found the 1790 Act invalid?

henry

JIB, glad you could restore your website! Something tells me NSA didn't share their backup copy and you had to rebuild the hard way.

Ranger

Doesn't look like the Egyptian state is in a forgiving mood (via Drudge):

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood supporters face murder, terrorism probe

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/08/18/State-media-Muslim-Brotherhood-supporters-face-murder-terrorism-probe-.html

Egyptian prosecutors have placed 250 Muslim Brotherhood supporters under investigation for murder, attempted murder and terrorism, Reuters reported the state MENA news agency as saying on Saturday.

One suspects the hangman will be busy in Egypt for a while.

Threadkiller

Is the 1790 act valid?

JIB

henry,

It started in January. Big time problems with my MacBook Pro. Could only boot in Safe Mode then nothing. Then even in Safe Mode could not open my iWeb which I build and revise the website but have GoDaddy serve it. So for the past few months I have been migrating files to my new MacBook Air (by the way, its an incredibly fast and fun device). Finally got all my 26K photos over but only as Masters since the thumbnails and previews were such big files I said screw it.

Then I found a way to save the website builder, IWeb. I gave Frederick my old Black MacBook (Woz offered me $2K for it on our MacMania Cruise:) and on it there was a version of iWeb website from June of 2011. So, if I can bring that over using Migration Assistant I can always update it by re-filming everything in the collection. That's what I did.

Then I went and printed out all the current pages of the website and put them in a binder. Checked those against the website I transferred and rebuild the whole thing backfilling what was missing. What an ordeal but I was also watching the American's give away the Solheim Cup because they can't putt.

Labor of love.

Account Deleted

Ranger,

My bet is the "militias" beat the hangman by at least 10:1. Security forces have had more than a year to sift socialist media and get a very clear picture of command and communication nodes for the MBros. Having security officers dress in civvies for the prompt administration of kinetic unfriending saves the prosecutors and legal system from becoming overworked as well as effectively reducing the cost of imprisonment to the price of a bullet.

Danube on iPad

"Is the 1790 act valid?"

Yes. It is simply no longer in effect as written, because it has been amended. Is the Social Security Act, or the Securies Act of 1933 invalid?

Did the congress lack the power to enact the Securities Act? The Sherman Act? The Patriot Act? All have been amended, many times over.

Keep your eye on the ball: the question here is the scope of congress's power under the constitution, not how it chooses to exercise that power from one session to the next.

Would it be too much to ask that you answer some of the questions I posed to you above?

Threadkiller

You lost me.

JIB

Too bad America can't putt or even hit quality approach shots or keep their drives out of hazards. What a poor demonstration of golf by our Ladies in the Solheim Cup.

Europe with a third of the purses on their tour are kicking our asses. Why? Because they can putt and these are lightning greens not European ones. Its almost like we don't give a crap about winning and its only for the publicity. Its embarrassing.

Morgan Pressel has been short of the green in every approach shot for the last few holes. Her caddie needs to recalibrate his yardage book. Its depressing - Meg Mallon should have picked someone who can putt.

Ranger

Rick, the fact that, as narc would say, the leadership of the Brotherhood is practicing the first lesson of not being seen at this point, would leave one to infer your observation is on target.

Stephanie

And Stacy Lewis is sitting the afternoon matches. I don't get that at all when Stanford is 0 for 5 going back to 2009.

JIB

Stephanie,

Meg Mallon has never been the sharpest knife in the drawer but then she plays Wie? Plus something is wrong with Kerr. She had the issue at Sebonack when we were there and watched her on the range. Can't clear her hips and gets the pulls - see 16. Plus Lexi Thompson, our friend, has to spend more time with Dave Pelz or Dave Stockton because she cannot putt.

Angela Stanford is an albatross and should have sat but Meg knows best, duh!

Ignatz

--Repeal of a statute is an improper way to repair a statute that was found to be invalid.--

I'm having a hard time coming up with a better one.

Stephanie

Wie tends to play well in team competition but 4 ball not as much as the other formats. Lexi, I agree. I vote Stockton. Kerr needs to drop a few pounds and she will clear better. (I'm having the same issue after putting on a few pounds)

Is Stanford the new Inkster?

Btw, I wouldn't put Stanford and albatross in the same sentence.

narciso

Well you wanted a glimpse of what 'the Torch' is depicting the battle of Rabaa;

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2013/08/20138171742488104.html

JIB

Confirmation

BOR is now a certifiable idiot.

Gave Sharpton $25K for Christmas presents and food. Idiot.

JIB

Incredible. Icher sinks a putt that should have not been sunk. Destiny. We suck big time. No wonder the Koreans see us as big time losers.

narciso

Two rival powers and a regional one, count more then 'just words;


http://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/2013/08/16/a-tale-of-two-rivers/?singlepage=true

narciso

Ah, smallest violin in the world;

http://legalinsurrection.com/2013/08/solidarityisforwhitewomen-hashtag-unleashes-bitter-intra-feminist-racial-grievances/#comments

Danube on iPad

"I'm having a hard time coming up with a better one."

The loaded term is "found to be invalid." Repealing (or amending, or superseding) a statute says nothing at all about the "validity" (whatever that may mean) of the original version. From time to time the judiciary will hold that a statute is unconstitutional, which I guess is synonymous with invalid. That didn't happen with the Act of 1790.

Many, many provisions of the Sherman Act (and the others I mentioned) have been amended over time. That doesn't mean that the amended terms were ever invalid; it just means that they are no longer in effect.

The issue I have been trying to illuminate is, "does the congress have the power to declare who shall be a natural born citizen?" The enactment of the Act of 1790 demonstrates that it believed it had that power. No court, then or since, has ever said otherwise. The fact that a subsequent congress modified that statute tells us nothing at all about that issue.

narciso

An interesting angle on the matter;


http://azzasedky.typepad.com/egypt/2013/08/a-portrait-of-the-cairo-liberal-as-a-military-supporter-the-new-yorker.html

narciso

what was that line about crisis, (even if you have to make it up)

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324769704579008950507165032.html

Captain Hate on an iPhone

Dear God that al-Jizz report was, as Biden would say, the full load. Shocking that chakra boy would sell out to them.

Ignatz

--"does the congress have the power to declare who shall be a natural born citizen?"--

Good question that I don't know the answer to. They can obviously determine naturalization statutorily but what clause or section confers on them the power to define what a phrase in the constitution means that they are given no explicit right to determine or modify?

They can claim all sorts of powers but defining a phrase ultimately rests with the court, i.e. "a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state".

narciso

The writer is an instructor at the leading British school on Middle East studies, and he's nowhere the worst of them,

narciso

I did glance through Gabriel Vasquez's latest tranlation by Anne McLean, she still does a better job then the author himself, but it's not a must read, by my lights, as with his prior work to 'Secret History'

narciso

How they didn't tear a hole in spacetime, has yet to be determined:

http://michellemalkin.com/2013/08/17/gore-warms-up-to-hayes-this-generations-charles-ponzi-refers-to-msnbc-host-as-this-generations-edward-r-murrow/

narciso

Is that your final answer;

http://hotair.com/archives/2013/08/17/mcauliffe-on-greentech-investigation-i-dont-know-anything-i-was-just-in-charge/

Ignatz

A little traveling music Sammy.
Miami Beach audiences are the greatest audiences in the world.
Good night everybody.

Clarice

I love Rick Ballard..

Wonderful analysis of the "miitias".

Danube on iPad

"Good question that I don't know the answer to."

My point is that the very first congress, while the ink was not yet dry on the constitution, thought it had that power, which can have derived from nowhere other than the explicit grant of power under the naturalization clause. The analytical error creeps in when critics conclude that "natualization" means only that process whereby persons who are not born citizens can become citizens. It doesn't, as we have now known for many decades (actually, from 1790). If one chooses to say that a person, born overseas of U.S. parents and who is thus a citizen from birth by statute, is "naturalized," one may do so, but one would be in very rare company indeed.

The congress has frequently declared various (and changing) classes of citizens to be citizens from birth. The great weight of authority is that that means they are eligible for the presidency.

narciso

It's that iconoclastic spin, with a touch of dark humor, Friedman, Lynch are so sober sounding to hide they have no clue what they are talking about,

Did you find a theme, for tomorrow?

Clarice

Yeah--scandal time and no way to stop it in court.

Threadkiller

In 1795 not only was the ink dry on The Constitution, congress also clued in to the limitations set within The Constitution.

They repealed their once valid Naturalization Act of 1790 and replaced it with one that carried forward, to this day, the notion that declaring Natural born citizenship on the foreign born is an overreach of their power.

Janet  --- -... .- -- .- ... ..- -.-. -.- ...

http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2013/08/obamas-allies-attack-egypts-christians.php

there is a picture with this tag line - "The Malawi Antiquities Museum was looted and destroyed by the Brotherhood"

Remember all the caterwauling & angst about Iraq's museums? Where's the outrage & reporting about this?

We know reporters don't care about our soldiers....but there are antiquities being destroyed! Come on you MFMers! Where's the outrage?

(A) nuther Bub

Sorry about the "dad" part. You strike me as a young beauty.

See, there are times when you are absolutely correct, TK, and thank you that.

Yes, I am what the vulgar refer to as a "Trophy Wife." I have to remind my husband daily of that fact. I tend to marry older guys, and my "current husband" (that's what I like to call him) is old and forgetful and needs his memory jogged about his good fortune in finally collecting a trophy. His only other one was in college, for water polo.

daddy

1216 – King John of England died of dysentery at Newark Castle on 18 October 1216

Q: Why did King John die of dysentery?

A: Probably because of runny mead.

(A) nuther Bub

That is why when I take her out for dinner on 10 September 2013 in Wakiki I promise all JOMer's everywhere that I will grill her sumpin' fierce and get to the bottom of this scandal quicker than you can say "Natural Born Citizen!"

Oh daddy; We're so excited about this. We will confess everything. I'll send you one of those email thingies and we'll discuss the possibilities. And there are many, trust me, all of them involving German beer and no streetcorner sign waving for leedle preeks.

Danube on iPad

"...one that carried forward, to this day, the notion that declaring Natural born citizenship on the foreign born is an overreach of their power."

You have just become the first person in history to make that assertion. Neither Leo Donofrio nor Orly Taitz has ever done so.

I urge you to find peace of mind. Think back on the Founders' purpose. Think of the construction of their words that best serves that (extremely archaic) purpose, while granting the people the greatets power to decide who shall govern them. At long last you will recognize that your liberty would not be threatened - or no threatened - according to whether Ted Cruz was born in Windsor, Ontario, or across the river in Detroit.

narciso

I forgot who recommended the Annika Bengtsen series, but the firat one 'Nobel'a Last Will' seems interesting,

narciso

That was because much of the items in the Baghdad Museum, had been 'secured' by the likes of Baathists like Donny George, so in part it was the template, that was requested.

daddy

Narciso,

Excellent Wretchard link at 09:45. He is always well worth reading.

Here's his latest: The Narrative Implodes

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