Sunday, February 02, 2014

Just Who Exactly is the Real Victim Here?

After reading Mary Sanchez's "Death Penalty Drugs Cloaked In Secrecy" in the Harford Communist, I feel compelled to put it in the record that the human filth executed in this country are not victims in any sense. They are all killers of the worst kind. We don't execute all murderers, just the worst of them get their just deserts. And even some of those get off easy in states like Connecticut which doesn't even have the Death Penalty anymore.

Consider that many of these killers also raped their victims.  Such was the case of the Ohio killer who was executed last month after appealing his conviction in 1994. Sure they messed up the execution. So what? Everyone makes mistakes. No one is perfect! If you knew what Dennis B. McGuire was guilty of, you might not care.

The reason why Ms. Sanchez omitted the name of the killer in her piece is because she didn't want you to Google his name and find out what he did. Indeed, it
does hurt her case when you add some perspective to the issue.

Nor did she mention that the victim was pregnant. Of course we all know Ms. Sanchez's view on unborn babies.

Again for the record lets review exactly why poor Dennis B. McGuire found himself on Ohio's death row in the first place.

According to Murderpedia:

Classification: Murderer
Characteristics: Kidnapping - Rape
Number of victims: 1 (sic)
Date of murder: February 11, 1989
Date of arrest: December 22, 1993
Date of birth: February 10, 1960
Victim profile: Joy Stewart, 22 (30-weeks pregnant)
Method of murder: Slashing her throat
Location: Preble County, Ohio, USA
Status: Executed by lethal injection in Ohio on January 16, 2014
http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m1/mcguire-dennis.htm

He cut her throat after raping her. I can't think of a worse way to die than that. Can you? And the unborn baby undoubtedly suffered before he or she suffocated in the womb. There were two victims really. Not just one.

McGuire's death was a lot more humane than what he did to 22 year old Joy Stewart and her child. What is more his suffering was unintentional whereas the suffering of his victims clearly wasn't.

Its OK to feel a bit sorry for this guy, just don't feel more sorry for him than his victims. Missouri will get it right the next time.

Thursday, August 01, 2013

The Fraud Party

I was trying to find out just how many actual members are enrolled in the "Working Families Party" (aka The Fraud Party) in the state and of course I wound up on America's favorite cheat sheet Wikipedia.  This was in the "TALK" section of an article (not the article itself) on the national Working Families Party and this little bit is about an issue in New York State.  I thought it was VERY INTERESTING!

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"Unique Structure of {Working Families} Party [edit]

The Working Families Party's leaders, including Executive Director Dan Cantor, Party Chairs Bob Master and Bertha Lewis, and Secretary Jon Kest, have spent the past few years engaged in court battles to prevent party members from forming constituted county committees. They deny registrants the opportunity to select candidates and determine the party's direction by allowing their shadow organization, the Working Families Organization (which requires paid membership but does not require membership in the Working Families Party), to screen candidates. It is the state committee of the Organization, not the Party, that determines who will appear on the ballot and makes policy decisions for the party. Individuals have no vote within the Working Families Organization, instead groups (like ACORN and 1199) are assigned a number of votes based on the number of paid memberships they purchase. The duly elected members of the state committee have been rendered powerless and irrelevant by this process.

Eight years after achieving ballot status, the Working Families Party has county committee members in only one county, Suffolk, and it is actively attempting to quash that committee. Cantor and the WFO failed in their attempts to dismantle the Working Families Party Suffolk County Committee; although a judge ordered the 2004 county convention to be redone, the "do-over" convention held in 2005 produced exactly the same result as the 2004 convention confirming Chuck Pohanka as County Chair, Donna Lent as Secretary, and Dotty Weisgruber as Treasurer.

to view documents from that court case, go to: http://decisions.courts.state.ny.us/fcas/fcas_docs/2005jun/51002178720041sciv.pdf http://decisions.courts.state.ny.us/fcas/fcas_docs/2005jul/5100217872004100sciv.pdf http://decisions.courts.state.ny.us/fcas/fcas_docs/2005jul/51002178720042sciv.pdf

In an August 2005 decision, Judge Thomas Whelan took the Executive Committee of the New York State Working Families Party to task for subverting election law through its attempts to prevent formation of county committees and deny county committee members control of nominations through Wilson-Pakula.

read that decision at: http://decisions.courts.state.ny.us/fcas/fcas_docs/2005aug/51001598520051sciv.pdf

Despite Whelan's decision, the New York State Working Families Party continues in its efforts to prevent formation of county committees and, specifically, to quash the Suffolk County Committee of the Working Families Party. Most recently, it sent letters to elected officials telling them to contribute only to the state party.  UNQUOTE

This blows my fucking mind!  Unique Structure?  No fucking shit.  Actual members of this Fraud Party cannot pick the candidates they want but people who pay (WITH MONEY !!!!) into the party who may be mostly Democrats CAN!?  Are you kidding me?  Is this how it is set up in Connecticut?  These people should be arrested.  No way should this kind of blatant manipulation and perversion of Election Law should go un-answered.  You can buy your way in!

I don't know who btw wrote that.  That part seems unsigned not that it would make any difference since Wikipedia does not use real people names. 

I knew the Working Families Party were sleazy but I had no clue they were this sleazy. This warrants much more investigating. 

Saturday, April 06, 2013

Knock it off with the "Deals" Patricia Froehlich


Why is Prosecutor Patricia Froehlich “willing to listen” to plea bargain deals with an accused child killer?  Fredy Chingo-Riz, an illegal alien, is accused of murdering his girlfriend’s daughter Athena Angeles.  An autopsy revealed that Athena was basically used as a punching bag until she died at the ripe old age of three. 

Froehlich is supposed to be representing the victim.  Has she forgotten that?  Saving court’s time and a few bucks is lousy reason to let accused child killer off easy.

The adults in Athena’s short life betrayed her.  In death the one person she is counting on most is the prosecutor of her killer.  Will Froehlich let Athena down as so many others have?  

Froehlich should listen to her own conscience, rescind all offers and throw the book at Chingo-Riz.  If guilty he should spend the rest of his life behind bars. 

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Saturday, March 09, 2013

The Best Damn Arguement I Have Ever Heard on Gun Rights

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Ray Hackett is a Bitter Old Queen


 

Norwich Bulletin Editorial Page Editor Ray Hackett BANNED ME from the Norwich Bulletin!  No more of my constructive criticisms for you to read under his op-eds or the editorials that he also writes.  What a pity, I had developed a little bit of a following --- granted you probably could count them on one hand.  I am not allowed to submit letters to the editor anymore either.  Apparently I called Mr. Hackett a "bitter old Queen".  That did it!  Are you banned yet too?  I called him and I asked him why I couldn’t post and get my letters published.  He yelled “YOU CALLED ME A QUEEN!” and I have been banned as punishment.

Sorry, that’s just damn funny.  I did not remember writing that (at first) but I didn't deny it because that sure sounded like me.

With this particular instance over this op-ed (or a latter one I am not sure) I thought what is he so bitter about?  You would think that with Bulletin Buddy Chris Murphy getting elected U.S. Senator over Mr. Hackett’s nemesis Linda McMahon that he would be happy. But no!  My comment's (since deleted) emphasis was the bitter part and that’s why I didn’t initially remember calling him a “queen”.  I have no idea of Mr. Hackett’s sexual leaning (nor do I want to know!).  I just threw in “queen” for flourish.  You know us homos are into a little flourish now and then -- i.e. ’OH THOSE DRAPES HAVE GOT TO GO!’

His column summing up the election was as fuming as all of his columns have been this year.  I think the man might need some anger management sessions.  He was crazy-weird mad over Linda McMahon’s refusal to come to an editorial interview for the endorsement she had no chance of getting.  He was certainly every bit the drama queen over that so maybe that is what inspired me to call him one:

' You are not coming to my interview??!!  How dare you!'

  I for one was titillated by the fuss he made.  He was as mad as a wet hen!  Oh no, now I called him a hen…  What will I get for that?  Will they stop cashing my checks and stop delivering the newspaper to my door?

 Honestly though, for a real Republican going to these “interviews” is a bit like going to the Democrat State Central Committee asking for their endorsement.  You aren’t going to get the endorsement so why go?  Its the enemy camp.  I thought Mrs. McMahon made a terrific statement with that.

When I called Mr. Hackett (previous occasions as well) he seemed intimidated by me on the phone.  Intimidated by little ‘ol me?

I am pretty sure that the real reason why he doesn’t like me (and why I was banned when others have said far worse) is I almost cost him his job.  I e-mailed his bosses and I explained how he lied about what Daria Novak said in her own interview with the Bulletin.  Mr. Hackett charged Mrs. Novak brought up a statistic that she didn’t source and it fact she had.  I knew he could have been fired by doing that.  I didn’t want him fired; I just wanted the record set straight.  Their endorsement of her primary opponent would stand. 

There was no retraction as I demanded or any correspondence back to me at all but I think Mr. Hackett was given a stern warning.  It’s nice to know that there are still some journalistic ethics of some sort there.  In the old days there would be a retraction and one less editorial page editor. 

That’s why I was banned.  Calling Mr. Hackett a bitter old queen was just the excuse he was waiting for. 

I thought about apologizing but you know what?  I am not sorry. 

Sunday, August 05, 2012

Bulletin/ Ray Hackett Are Lying About Daria Novak

The Norwich Bulletin can endorse whomever they wish for the Republican 2nd Congressional Primary.  That is not the issue here. I am saying they can't call people liars when facts say otherwise.  The Bulletin wrote:


QUOTE "during her editorial board meeting with us, one of the claims Novak made was that 83 percent of doctors across the country are contemplatingleaving the medical profession because of the Affordable Care Act. But there is no evidence to support that claim, typical of the inaccurate and misleadingstatements she makes in defending her positions.  UNQUOTE


So since the Bulletin basically said Novak made up this statistic out of thin air, here is the report in question which had that statistic as Novak said.  It was written by the Doctor Patient Medical Association Foundation.  You can read it in full here
The Town Hall article that Novak mentioned about this study is probably this one by Kate Hicks 
On this narrow point the Bulletin owes Daria Novak an apology and must retract its false accusation.  Their endorsement shall stand (for whatever that is worth), but they must fess up that they blew it.  If a retraction isn’t forth-coming than they are the intellectually dishonest ones. 

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Another Example of Media Bias

I have to put in my two cents on the layout of the Opinion Page in the print edition for The Bulletin today July 9 2011. Someone thinks he is being oh so clever!




On either side of a fantastic letter by John McCommas are seemingly combating op-eds. I love the concept but things didnt go 'right' --pun intended.




On the left, under the banner "From the Left", is a full frontal attack on presidential candidate Michele Bachman by Richard Cohen. Fair enough except for the unsubstantiated 'she hates fags' remark. On the right side, "From the Right", is ANOTHER attack on Mrs. Bachman! In a snarky backhanded way George Will basically writes she and her staff are "not ready for prime time". Will seemed to endorse Rick Perry from the way I read it.




What the fuck? -- Just whose idea of fairness and balance is this shit??!!! How about picking a From the Right columnist who is actually FOR BACHMAN? That would be the point-counterpoint you would expect in a head to head match up but someone seems to want it both ways here. The message sent was 'The Left AND the Right agree Bachman is a loser'.




Well that is not what the polls say lately boys!




I am not a Bachman supporter yet, I am leaning towards Rick Perry in fact, but I like her a lot and clearly she is not being treated fairly by The Bulletin and this is but the latest example. Mrs. Bachman is getting the same treatment as Sarah Palin gets. What is so threatening about a conservative woman who looks like she just might be our next president or Veep?




The Bulletin did the same exact thing a while ago with abortion which is another issue they are kinda funny about. From the Left had someone who naturally is *pro-choice*, but then on the other side was Kathleen Parker. Parker's so-called From the Right perspective was great until you get to the end where she says well gosh darn it even if abortion is murder, we still shouldn't make it illegal.



I guess that is a From the Right position the editor didnt mind printing, but that is not what most Pro-Lifers think.




The Norwich Bulletin seems to be saying heads the Left wins, and tails the Right loses.




note: The mentioned op-eds did not appear in The Bulletin's online version.

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