Friday, August 24, 2012

The most important 18 minutes since the gap in President Nixon’s Watergate tapes

...just might be a talk given in Orlando last September by lawyer Anita Moncrief, a former liberal and the whistleblower in the ACORN scandal. She shared some very interesting information:

Anita Moncrief’s very interesting information -- Part One (9:14)

Anita Moncrief’s very interesting information -- Part Two (9:53)

If you have been asleep, people, it is time to wake up.

P.S. -- For those who are wondering, I do know how to add, and I realize that Ms. Moncrief’s very interesting talk is actually a little over 19 minutes long when you include the seconds. I chose to ignore the seconds so that this post -- did I mention that it contains some very interesting information? -- could have a very interesting title.

11 comments:

Yorkshire Pudding said...

I think they got the name wrong on the lectern. Not "Peabody"...it should have read "Peabrain", "Burgerbody" or "Motormouth".

rhymeswithplague said...

Y.P., are you related to Reamus (a commenter on the previous post)? Both of you made ad hominem arguments. This approach can be effective when trying to stifle opposing views, but it is quite rude (Brit., bad form).

Or were you attacking the name of the hotel? That would just be silly.

Yorkshire Pudding said...

My rudeness is as nothing when compared with the treasonable conspiracy theories and disrespectful rug pulling of the baying anti-Obama mob.

rhymeswithplague said...

On the contrary, Y.P., we have something called free speech in this country. Perhaps you've heard of it. It doesn't mean we can lie with impunity or cry "Fire!" in a crowded theater, but it does mean we can say what we like about the political establishment without fear of recrimination. As Ronald Reagan once said, "The best disinfectant is sunlight."

And it seems to be the pro-Obama mob doing the baying.

Putz said...

i have appreciated bob's comments, posts , info><<>it has actually made a differance in my putzyness<>><i tend to believe things i read or hear and since i believe that both presidential candidates are warmongers, i will write in caarolyn from musings by the creekside as my peresidential choice for our next commander in cheif

Reamus said...

Why RWP, I was merely exercising my right of free speech. I made no argument. I stated my view of the writer, gave you an opposing view to read so that you would have a fair and balanced approach to the issue. I think all commentators on the world of politics are generally charlatans--but that is only my opinion. I know the ACORN lady's work quite well, thank you. If she chooses to air that at CPAC it is certainly a fine example of free speech. Free speech however does not carry with it the burden that I have to believe it not that it has the historical significance of something that led to the resignation of a President. I can not deem it that important. You, of course may. It is after all, your right.

Peace.

Reamus

Snowbrush said...

If an argument comes with a Latin name like abdomenonhomendom (spelling?), you just know it has to be true. Besides, YP is a Brit, and if you have a British accent in America, everybody assumes you're smarter than if you have an American accent. Based upon these two inarguable facts:

I'm with YP.
He's the man for me.
Don't you agree?
Yessirree.
YP, YP, YPs for me.

rhymeswithplague said...

It is my considered opinion, Snowbrush, that you are slowly turning into Putz deux. Either that or you've been hitting the bubbly again.

Snowbrush said...

"Either that or you've been hitting the bubbly again."

I rarely drink alcohol because I do not like the effect of alcohol and because I have other things that I do like the effect of.

Yorky is one of your most avid followers, so he must care about you, and it probably upsets him when the two of you are in such strong disagreement. I would guess that his comment wasn't meant as an argument but rather as an expression of dismay that was put in a way that understandably upset you. I would hope that you and he won't escalate your hard feelings about this.

rhymeswithplague said...

Putz, I didn't mean to ignore you. If enough people in your area voted as carefully and thoughtfully as you, Utah might actually tilt a little to the left.

Snowbrush, I know about those other things you do like the effect of. I was just trying to be funny. Don't worry about Yorky and me. One day all this political nonsense will be over, each commenting pot will quit calling the posting kettle black, and an eery calm (hopefully not before the storm) will return to blogland once again. All things will be as they were then, except You Are There.

rhymeswithplague said...

Reamus, I hope that wasn't a door I heard closing. Please don't go away mad. Let's be friends. Life is too short.