Friday, October 06, 2006

Stop Turning-Over Please (STOP)

C-Span asks now: Should the Page Program be Eliminated?

Yes. Absolutely. The Page program can now be easily infiltrated by youthful plants of Democrat operatives posing as Republicans. I can see it now.

Come the November 2006 Election, Republicans manage to hang on to their slim holds in Congress and remain the majority.

George Soros forms yet another 557 organization, one that trains 15 or so young Democrats how to speak and act like a Repubican Page who accepts dicey emails from Republican representatives and senators and when he tells his parents they tell him it's no big deal, you are working for a greater cause and it's God's will anyway or it wouldn't happen to you. The really Democrat Republican Pages whose backgrounds have been fully checked by the FBI workers who were all hired by the former Democrat director of the FBI will fan out to the 15 or so remaining Republican representatives and senators who the Democrats have found by targeted opposition-research have been um, "left behind" in the wake of the Mark Foley sex-page scandal. Come the 2008 Presidential election, what pops up but emails, dvds, cell phone records, etc. from these 15 or so Republicans in Congress that the FBI missed in its massive sex-watch operations.

A nation stunned by the outing of one Republican who was really a former Democrat back in the days before he was chosen to run for public office (just check out the voter registrations and re-registrations and subsequent big donations to him from former Democrats turned Republican back then) re-register to vote in massive numbers through the combined Russ Diamond United We Clean Sweep organization and the George Soros Switch to Republican to Clean Sweep America foundation.

The Republicans see the handwriting on the new re-registrations when mere days before the Primariies in many states, prominent Democrats re-register as Republicans.

Republicans mount an effort called Stop Turning Over Please (STOP) but that organization gets little play in the media and an organization from Pennsylvania with the same acronym sues and a gag order is ordered over the use of STOP.

In near-hysteria at losing to a groundswell of Republicans who are really Democrats in the Primary elections all across the nation the Republicans implement quick middle of the night legislation that requires all voters to present their voter-registration card from 2006 rather than any current updated photo-id registration cards at the polls. If the two registration cards don't match as to Democrat-Democrat Party affiliation, the former Democrat registration card will take precedence, and poll workers are instructed to set the new touch-screen voting machines to the 2006 Party affiliation for the voter.

If the Republican voter complains that his, or her, touch-screen computer screen is not set for the Republican Party the voter is registered in, the judge of election is instructed (by previous training that was rapidly funded by Congress) to inform the voter that his, or her, previous Party affiliation for the 2006 Election takes precedence over the changed registration to Republican and the voter can either vote Democratically, or face a blank touch-screen.

It is your choice, the judge of election is instructed to repeat so the Democrat turned Republican for only this election and no other understands.

Even though the Republican legislation was designed to forestall a Primary clean sweep of only Republicans, the United We Clean Sweep and Switch to Republican to Clean Sweep America foundation managed to plant enough Democrat turned Republican judges of election who don't switch the computer monitors and so the coalition effort does clean sweep all 15 or so Republicans in Congress in the Primary Elections all across America.

The fact that Hilary Clinton and Harry Reid and Chuck Shumer and other Democrats switched Party affiliation for the Primaries in their respective states and voted Republican and the next day switched back to Democrat is discussed on C-Span with the question being asked: Should America have No Petty Elections?

Several callers answer No, then the screen switches to No Party Elections and a couple of callers answer Yes.

Web news outlets such as The Drudge Report post the results for No Petty Elections on their sites. The mainstream media picks up the reports and rush to be the first to print special editions showing more people want to maintain the status-quo of Political Party elections than not.

C-Span doesn't make any corrections nor set the record straight concerning the blow-up of results and host Brian Lamb refuses to respond to emails requesting an interview by Net the Truth Online. Supporters of take out a billboard ad which says 'It's the Republicraps, stupid."


According to two people close to former congressional page Jordan Edmund, the now famous lurid AOL Instant Message exchanges that led to the resignation of Mark Foley were part of an online prank that by mistake got into the hands of enemy political operatives, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal. According to one Oklahoma source who knows the former page very well, Edmund, a conservative Republican, said he goaded an unwitting Foley to type embarrassing comments that were then shared with a small group of young Hill politicos. The prank went awry when the saved IM sessions got into the hands of political operatives favorable to Democrats. ...

ABC mistakenly releases ID in page probe

Thu Oct 5, 3:32 PM ET
NEW YORK - ABC News' fleeting, inadvertent publishing of a computer screen name enabled a blogger to track down and make public the supposed identity of a former congressional page who traded salacious messages with former Rep. Mark Foley...

Watchdog Group Disputes FBI's Claims on E-Mails
By Dan EggenWashington Post Staff WriterFriday, October 6, 2006; Page A04
The watchdog group that first provided the FBI with suspicious e-mails from then-Rep. Mark Foley (R-Fla.) said yesterday that FBI and Justice Department officials are attempting to cover up their inaction in the case by making false claims about the group.
Law enforcement officials said the allegations by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) are without merit, and they stood by allegations that the group had refused to provide some information to the FBI...

The dispute is the latest controversy this week for CREW, a liberal-leaning group that has come under attack from House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) and other Republicans because it has received money from a foundation funded by liberal financier George Soros.
CREW held a news conference Monday to announce that in July it had provided the FBI suspicious e-mails between Foley and a former House page. The group criticized the bureau for not taking more aggressive action and asked Justice Department Inspector General Glenn A. Fine to investigate the FBI's handling of the case.
Law enforcement officials said then that the e-mails did not provide enough evidence of a possible crime to warrant a full investigation. In the e-mails, Foley praises the physical attributes of one page and asks another teenager for his picture.
In subsequent days, unidentified Justice and FBI officials told reporters that the e-mails provided by CREW were heavily redacted and that the group refused to provide unedited versions to the FBI. One law enforcement official -- speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation -- also told The Washington Post the FBI believed that CREW may have received the e-mails as early as April and that the group refused to tell the FBI how they were obtained.
Melanie Sloan, CREW's executive director, said copies of the original e-mails she sent to an FBI agent show those assertions to be wrong. Sloan said the agent called to confirm receipt of the e-mails and to ask if one of the parties was Foley....

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