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February 08, 2006

Did he really say that?

I read some reports that AG Abu Gonzales said, during his unsworn testimony in the Senate Judiciary committee, "President Washington, President Lincoln, President Wilson, President Roosevelt have all authorized electronic surveillance on a far broader scale."

I went to the C-Span archives and yes indeed, that's what he said. Maybe he was confused by all those crazy questions, and we all know how much the executive branch likes to be questioned, but I doubt it. He was there to provide non-answers to any hostile questions and he succeeded pretty well from the parts of the hearings to which I listened.

I think AGAG let something slip. It's a theory among some that the Illuminati has been running this country since Washington was assassinated and replaced with Adam Weishaupt. This just confirms it. Who else could have possessed electronic surveillance equipment in 1789 other than the Illuminati?.

Posted by Half-Cocked at February 8, 2006 12:26 AM

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Don't get me started. That ain't George Washington on the dollar bill - it's Weishaupt.
And you better BELIEVE that the Ancient Illuminated Seers of Bavaria had electricity.


Well, now that the rumors are confirmed I suppose I'll go back to being paranoid 24-7-365.

Posted by: Kevin at February 8, 2006 04:52 PM

Maybe, you're wondering how come I landed on your blog. If so, you might want to apportion some of the blame to Evan Schaeffer's http://www.legalunderground.com, which by the bye has a rather neat blogroll.

Anyway, upon visiting your little nook in the vast galaxy of the Internet, I surmised you'd welcome some insight concerning President William Jefferson Clinton.

I, for one, can be easily persuaded that President Clinton introduced ... ah, maybe not in so many words ... "evolutionary economics". Acting within the constraints, imposed by this new economic discipline, the man made possible the hope that the nation's national debt could be discharged.

For more details, regarding this insight of mine, one needs only click on the hyperlink below:


.he who is known as sefton

darn ol'paranoid me ... before depositing a comment here on your blog, I sent an e.mail to some 63 law school professors about the article, found at the other end of the above hyperlink.

Posted by: A Alexander Stella at February 16, 2006 09:55 PM

Well, it was fun while it lasted. Good luck w/ the bar!

Posted by: J at March 4, 2006 11:32 AM