…Somebody’s lying…

Somebody’s lying … you think…?

 

Retrieved from the memory hole…

 

Here is C-SPAN footage of Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta telling the 9/11 Commission in 2003 that when he arrived in the Presidential Emergency Operations Centre (PEOC) in the basement of the White House around 9:20AM on September 11, Vice- President, Cheney was already there with Mrs. Cheney.  The second World Trade Center tower had been hit at 9:03.

 

Mineta said that shortly after he arrived, he witnessed an exchange between Cheney and a young, unidentified man. He told the commission:

 

clip_image004"During the time that the airplane was coming in to the Pentagon, there was a young man who would come in and say to the vice-president, ‘The plane is 50 miles out. The plane is 30 miles out.’ And when it got down to, ‘The plane is 10 miles out,’ the young man also said to the Vice President, ‘Do the orders still stand?’

 

And the Vice President whipped his neck around and said, ‘Of course the orders still stand. Have you heard anything to the contrary?’"

 

Mineta’s testimony places Cheney in the PEOC almost 40 minutes before the 9/11 Commission said he arrived (They say he got there around 10AM) … This account also contradicts the claim of Don Rumsfeld at the Pentagon, who said they had no idea a plane was coming their way; this is why there was no evacuation of the Pentagon.

 

…Somebody’s lying…

 

Video: http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/page/4485.html

 

never leave the comfort of your Lazy boy Arm chair …

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Here’s a spooky video by AUVSI, the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International.

 

 

Video:

 

http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/page/4311.html

 

put your $pin on thi$ for u$ …

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… Mr. House $peaker John Boner & Senator Mitch McConnell … put your $pin on thi$ for u$ …

Ezra Klein: A tale of two presidents and their deficits

 

Posted: 25 Jul 2011 03:45 PM PDT … Posted by AzBlueMeanie: …http://www.blogforarizona.com/blog/2011/07/ezra-klein-a-tale-of-two-presidents-and-their-deficits.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BlogForArizona+%28Blog+

Ezra Klein clears the fog of Tea-Publican propaganda on the deficit. Obama’s and Bush’s effects on the deficit in one graph – The Washington Post:

From the New York Times :

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What’s also important, but not evident, on this chart is that Obama’s major expenses were temporary — the stimulus is over now — while Bush’s were, effectively, recurring. The Bush tax cuts didn’t just lower revenue for 10 years. It’s clear now that they lowered it indefinitely, which means this chart is understating their true cost. Similarly, the Medicare drug benefit is costing money on perpetuity, not just for two or three years. And Boehner, Ryan and others voted for these laws and, in some cases, helped to craft and pass them.

To relate this specifically to the debt-ceiling debate, we’re not raising the debt ceiling because of the new policies passed in the past two years. We’re raising the debt ceiling because of the accumulated effect of policies passed in recent decades, many of them under Republicans.

Hysterical Tea-Publican propaganda claims "it’s all Obama’s fault!" So much for personal responsibility that Tea-Publicans like to talk about, but never accept.

UPDATE: Steve Benen has more at the Political Animal – Blame where blame is due. Money quote:

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough recently surprised me by identifying the culprit for the nation’s fiscal mess. “Let’s make no mistake about it right now: increasing this debt ceiling? This is George W. Bush and the Republican Party’s debt,” the former Republican congressman said. Scarborough added, “This is George W. Bush’s debt…. You can’t just put this on Barack Obama.”

 

we’ve got your back …

 

… How dare you think for yourself … too dangerous … corporate knows what’s best for you …

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FDA: You Must Not Dissent From the Medical Establishment

 

Posted by Karen De Coster on July 25, 2011 09:02 PM…http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/91984.html

The Medical Establishment is a malignant arm of the state – omnipotent, enabled by decrees, backed by propaganda, and fed by the agencies that subsist via the looting of peaceful Americans. This is an amazing, little story on I Programmer: "FDA to Scrutinize Medical Mobile Apps."

The United States Government and its terrorist arm, the FDA, apparently have a monopoly on medical information that you’d better not challenge. Unapproved mobile apps are now a potential criminal venture. The FDA is proposing that it should be the supreme authority concerning the wonderful world of mobile medical applications. The corrupt agency says it doesn’t propose to oversee all apps – just those that "could present a risk to patients if the apps don’t work as intended." This is the consummate, disjointed governmentspeak – a proposal that could be interpreted to mean whatever the Feds want it to mean at any point in time.

The Feds want to regulate apps to protect you from the "quack" mobile apps that contain information that has not been approved by the almighty powers of medical intelligence. "Quack" – meaning information or protocol that bucks the government’s declared monopoly on information and treatment on any and all medical conditions. These mobile apps will be defined as "regulated medical devices." This is from the FDA’s draft guidelines:

Although some mobile apps that do not meet the definition of a mobile medical app may meet the FD&C Act’s definition of a device, FDA intends to exercise enforcement discretion towards those mobile apps. The FDA intends to monitor the performance of other mobile apps that are outside this guidance and determine whether additional or different actions are necessary to protect the public health. A manufacturer may, however, at its discretion, elect to register and list, and to seek approval or clearance for these mobile apps with the FDA.The article specifically points to "alternative approaches" as the overriding dilemma in the free and voluntary mobile app world. "Alternative" means that someone somewhere made a mindful choice to seek out new information and assess various alternatives to the medical establishment’s special interest-influenced protocol.

… Trust us we’re from Mon$qnto and Pfizer … we’ve got your back …

Reckoning day is around the corner …!

 

… For Arizona the rob Peter to pay Paul budget balancing has been SOP for the past 12 years …

Blame and responsibility can be shared equally by Republicans & Democrats … Red & Blue … Male & Female …

Reckoning day is around the corner …!

 

States have no place to hide from debt crisis … (Reuters)… State governments across America know the stakes for them are high in Washington’s gathering debt-ceiling crisis but are finding few ways to hedge against the big losses they know are coming.

 

The weeks-old negotiations in Washington over enlarging the federal government’s borrowing authorization are so scattered and twisted that state officials reliant on federal monies for large portions of their budgets can’t handicap the outcomes.

"A complete unknown at this point …," said H.D. Palmer, spokesman for California’s finance department of the standoff. "We just don’t know where things are going to end up."

Officials in Maine, and in Virginia, which was one of five AAA-rated states called out for possible ratings cuts last week by Moody’s Investors Service because of the debt face-off, said they can’t plan adjustments because outcomes were so clouded.

"We have been examining areas where we think there could be impacts, but cannot make any firm contingency plans because of the uncertainty of what impacts we may see …," said Jeff Caldwell, spokesman for Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell.

Some state and local governments, which together got $478 billion from the federal government in 2010, said they will tap reserves or borrowings and use other funds to make up for any short-run losses of federal monies.

Some state finance officials have shifted bond sales because of the federal standoff and others are bracing for possible downturns in sales tax revenues if Social Security and other payments to individuals are interrupted.

In Wisconsin, where federal revenue is about 29 percent, or $9.3 billion, of the annual budget, the state has enough money to fund federal programs for at least three months due to proceeds from a recent $800 million note sale and the state’s ability to borrow from other funds, an official said.

"Right now it appears that Wisconsin will be able in the short term to handle any type of default the federal government would have," Mike Huebsch, secretary of the state’s administration department, told reporters on Monday.

Huebsch said the federal debt crisis could affect Medicaid healthcare spending, student loans, state university research grants, low-income heating assistance and child welfare.

But even if a deal is reached by August 2, the day U.S. Treasury officials say the government’s current borrowing authorization expires, big questions about federal funds for states and local governments will linger for a long time.

"If there is a deal, there will be a headline number," said Chris Whatley of the Council of State Governments. "But the cuts themselves won’t be known for months. You won’t know what the numbers will be for your state for a long time."

Even so, governors, legislators and local officials do know that the flows of money from the federal government will be slower in coming years, according to Whatley.

"This is uncharted territory. I don’t think we know how it could affect us," said Martha Haynie, comptroller for Florida’s Orange County.

According to Richard Ciccarone, managing director at McDonnell Investment Management, Washington’s debt-ceiling drama does make clear that any hopes of significant federal aid for state governments in a recession, such as 2009’s economic stimulus program, are pointless.

"There is an expectation there would be some help in another downturn for states again. But I think the debate in Washington gives us the indication that money will be harder to come by because (the federal government) is worried about their own survival," Ciccarone said.

 

this is considered actual job creation …

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… In some select circles this is considered actual job creation …

Just ask Az Gov Brewer … her “man” Jerry Colangelo leading her PRIVITIZED dept of commerce …

Welcome to Az … just don’t want a job …  or social services … or health care … and don’t be an “illegal” or Maricopa County Sheriff Joe and Senator Russell Pearce will send you to one of their CCA corporate operated prison$ … 

absolutely illusionary …

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… William Shakespeare stated it better … debt ceiling … “full of sound and fury signifying nothing” … we’re at best talking about something which is fabricated and absolutely illusionary …

We could use sea shell as medium of exchange … absolute waste of time money effort …

The world will go on even if we default … this is total bull shit …