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AJ + GB = Controlled "Revolution"

The Debra Medina for Texas governor campaign is clearly being sabotaged by both Glenn Beck and Alex Jones in a carefully staged divide and conquer operation. Medina’s campaign of limited government, lower taxes and state sovereignty has not made the establishment powers happy.
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Clearly, the entire Tea Party movement which believes in limited government and lower taxes is being lead and controlled by establishment forces. The tea party movement has been divided amongst two factions. We have people like Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck leading one side of the spectrum who align themselves more with the insane conventional beliefs propagandized in the corporate media. On the other side you have people like Ron Paul and Alex Jones who talk about auditing the Federal Reserve and restoring the Constitution.

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Just wanna say...

I fully support what you are saying.

Glen Beck plays his counter-intelligence role, and so does Alex Jones.

Glen Beck pretends to be for limited government, so that he can turn around and steer people into the completely wrong direction at the last moment, time and time again.

Alex Jones pretends to be against the Illuminati so that he can do the same thing.

They are like two "opposed" wrestlers, both playing their phony little roles in the MSM circus of illusion and manipulation.

And for the record, Illuminati/NWO = Jesuits + Zionists + Knights of Malta.

Look.....

One idiot enabled the other idiot and the snowball rolled downhill....Glen Beck should not have ever asked that question of Debra Medina...it was completely irrelevant, irresponsible and inappropriate....

“The Internet is the first thing that humanity has built that humanity doesn't understand, the largest experiment in anarchy that we have ever had." - Eric Schmidt

Interesting

watching the troll takeover of this thread.

I'll leave it at that. Done here.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

Blaming Medina's problem on AJ and GB.

Now, that's the work of trolls, all right.

yeah, it is. good job there.

yeah, it is.

good job there. "Freedom fighters".

Keep undermining the movement. Maybe you'll get a medal someday.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

Actually....

AJ, GB, Medina and Jack Blood are shape-shifting jesuit masonic reptilians from an alien race who have established subterranean colonies on several moons in our solar system.

The reptilians favored food is human brains and the Earth is one of their many "cattle ranch" planets used to maintain their supply.

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~wobbles but doesn't fall down~

Really?

I hadn't heard that before; though, I had heard about the Reptilians and the earth being a "quarantined cattle (goy) farm".

LOL

LOL...and now for something that really matters, watch the next episode of American Idol.

This is rich....

Debra Medina allows herself to be interviewed by the backstabbing, truther-hating hypocrite Glenn Beck, then amens truther-hating hypocrite Marc Davis, and somehow this is an "Alex Jones / Glenn Beck conspiracy." Are you too stupid to ask yourself, what mole convinced Medina to accept Beck's and Davis' invitations, in the first place?
Has Medina fired this mole? If not, no one is sabotaging Medina BUT Medina.

Kay Bailey Hutchison GUILTY

Kay Bailey Hutchison GUILTY
Submitted by riceowlex on Sat, 02/27/2010 - 19:02.

Link below, story below

http://www.burntorangereport.com/archives/2005/09/kay_bailey...

September 28, 2005
Kay Bailey Hutchison was GUILTY
By Andrew Dobbs

If you've been watching the coverage of the DeLay indictment today, you've seen plenty of GOP talking heads whining about how mean and partisan ol' Ronnie Earle is (on CNN you've also seen a mention of our very own BOR!). To prove their point, they trot out the fact that he once indicted Kay Bailey Hutchison--that sweet ol' girl--and lost the case. This seems to prove that he's more interested in getting Republicans than enforcing the law, but they are wrong.

11 years ago today, believe it or not, Ronnie Earle handed down several indictments for destroying evidence and tampering with government documents. In 1994 the Dallas Observer's Miriam Rozen gained access to grand jury documents in the case against Kay Bailey Hutchison. I can't find the article online, but I managed to find a contemporaneous Texas Monthly article that quotes largely from the piece. The testimony starts with employees, former coworkers and others noting her abusive behavior around the office. She literally threw a book at a subordinate and kept her office in a state of fear while she was Treasurer. These employees testify that when she told them to start destroying documents that showed her using state-paid staff, offices and other taxpayer-funded resources for her own political activities, they made copies behind her back.

These documents proved damaging, but a technicality through most of the evidence out of the case. Many are still baffled by Earle's decision to drop the case, a decision many felt he didn't have to make. The judge, equally surprised, quickly selected and swore in a jury and instructed them to acquit her, rather than simply dropping the case. As a result, the charges died and most Texans have forgotten that Kay Bailey Hutchison was a prime suspect in a large-scale political corruption scandal.

Ronnie Earle had KBH dead to rights in that case, and a technicality saved her from the slammer and let her rise through the ranks of the US Senate (to the point that she is a possible candidate for President or Vice President). He had her cold, just like he did the other THREE Republicans he had indicted (as opposed to the 12 Democrats) so when DeLay's defenders talk about that case, they are splitting hairs in the name of defending America's most corrupt politician.
Posted by Andrew Dobbs at September 28, 2005 05:04 PM | TrackBack

Just one last kick in the nuts, then a final deathblow

Attacking both GB and AJ

is a great way for us to ignore the flipflopping "despicable" Medina:)

zforce

is that short for ZIONIST FORCE ?

it's all downhill from here !

Of course

you know I was being sarcastic? Attacking GB and especially AJ is a terrible way for us to ignore
the flipflopping "despicable" Medina.

If AJ was really playing for the other side

don't you think he would have attacked Ron Paul also?

While I think AJ was wrong to make such a big deal of the Medina 9/11 issue (I really wish he would just STFU about it) - i do not believe he is cointelpro (he just makes mistakes sometimes). Beck on the other hand it's easy to see he is controlled.

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"The essence of freedom is the proper limitation of government". ~ Founding Fathers

Ron Paul

was not any kind of a serious threat at that time. This could change.

Debra is a big threat.

You are exactly right AJ

You are exactly right AJ didn't need tyo attack Ron Paul because he wasn't winning any primaries but when the delegates started to take over is when AJ stepped in. but, He did tell people don't waste their time to be a delegate for Ron Paul during the critical phase of the nomination process, he even told people that if you were a Mccain delegate that you needed to vote for Mccain.

He always seems to step in when we are making serious progress and actually become a threat.

Yup

During the campaign AJ doused the brushfires being lit once RP delegates started gaining some attention. AJ "manages", RP is smart to use him to spread the message, but ultimately, I don't believe AJ is fully dedicated to the RPR.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

explain to me how he doused the flames?

i must've missed that

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"The essence of freedom is the proper limitation of government". ~ Founding Fathers

I see this too

He is as tool to be discarded when broken.And so you know my monitor is very heavy.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

No, I don't believe he would

No, I don't believe he would have attacked RP. He wants to appear to be a RP supporter. Then, when he acts nutty, normal people associate that crazyness with RP.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

That is the very nature,

Of controlled opposition.