Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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My first Election Win 2010

I win my first Election......

Woo Woo

Breaktime Beaches!!!

Goto first unread Happy Cinco De Mayo
(Maybe A Little Mustard, Ketchup, Relish...)

Squeel little piggies squeel!!!

Obama uses vulgar 'teabagger' slur...

Anti-Obama Nation Soc-ial-ism Billboard

I hold an Elected Postion in our Gubement process. Even though I feel like a fish out of water now.

I have now jumped into the GOP and watched our Tea Party Efforts evaporate last night watching the Indiana Primary Election Results at Election HQ 2010.

NWO Neocon establishement win sends Tea Partiers deflating messege.

Just got back from working the Gubement Election as an Inspector for the Precinct and my Computer Voting Machine read out showed Dan Coats winning

republican senator race results at my precinct from the MicroVote General CorpInfinity Voting Terminal .

bates 3
beheny 2
coats 113
hostelttler 24
stutzman 86

Demoncrats filed no Canidates for U.S. Senator in Indiana Election

I personlly witnessed today so many people who decided to bail out of the Demoncratic party and vote Republican today during the Indiana election at the Precnct I was an Inspector for.

I personally saw that the Demoncrats had more people not running for an office then did run.

On the Demoncrat Ballot they only had one race for Congressman that had 2 people to choose from other then that there were none for most of the offices.

Neocon Landslide comming in Nov.
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The Tea Party Is Now Irrelevant in Indiana

Andrew Romano

Even though most nonpoliticos probably blinked and missed it—and by "blinked" I mean "watched the American Idol contestants butcher the music of Frank Sinatra"—last night just so happened to be the first Super Tuesday of the 2010 election season. The primary battles in North Carolina and Ohio ended rather predictably, with Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher winning the Democratic Senate nod in the Buckeye State and Secretary of State Elaine Marshall topping rival Cal Cunningham in North Carolina's complimentary contest.

But that was OK, because no one was really interested in those races anyway. The marquee show was in Indiana, where a three-way Senate battle between the establishment pick, former GOP senator Dan Coats, and a pair of Tea Party-flavored rivals, former representative John Hoestetler and State Sen. Marlin Stutzman, promised to reveal where the Republican Party was now, and where it was going (or something like that).


So what happened?

A cursory search of Google News for "Indiana results" provides an answer. "Primary Night Hands Win to Party Establishment," writes Chris Cillizza of The Washington Post; "Tea Party Fails to Brew Up a Storm in Republican Primaries," puns The Guardian. Turns out that Coats captured 39 percent of the vote to Stutzman's 30 percent, with bronze-medalist Hostettler garnering another 22 percent.

Pretty cut and dried, right? Not quite, at least according to, you know, other media outlets. As Politico reports, the "Primaries" actually "Bruise[d] Establishment Picks"—a sentiment that The Indianapolis Star heartily confirms, declaring that "GOP Primary Voters Gave ... Coats a Lesson." What "the results" really "suggest," writes Star's Matthew Tully, is that "Coats has a lot of work ahead of him."

Confused? Those are only the first four search hits.

My point here is that, for the national (and often, local) press, analyzing these primaries contest often has more to do with establishing or cementing a media narrative than actually saying something about the races in question. In truth, both sets of headlines are correct. Coats was the establishment candidate—he succeeded his former boss Dan Quayle in the Senate way back in 1989 and was recruited by the NRSC this go-round—and he did, in fact, win. But he didn't win all that convincingly; Stutzman and Hostetler combined for 52 percent of the vote, suggesting that if one Tea Partier had dropped out of the race, the other might have come out on top.

Then again, ascribing too much significance to the supposed narrowness of Coats's 9 point victory is kind of beside the point. First of all, 9 points isn't all that narrow. Secondly, second place is first loser. Conservative purity types have shown fairly well in a number of races so far this cycle, but they haven't won many: in Illinois, the moderate Mark Kirk won the GOP nod; in Texas, all 11 of the incumbent House Republicans facing challengers emerged victorious. Despite the dominant media narrative—Republicans beware! Here comes the Tea Party!—the continued failure of the movement to do much more than split its own vote says more about its disorganization than its potency.

The important takeaway from Indiana isn't about the ideological battle for control of the Republican Party. The Tea Party lost that battle, at least locally, and there's no going back. Plus, Coats is hardly a moderate, and I imagine most conservatives will swallow their pride and vote for him in the fall. The point is that the Tea Partiers main knock on the once (and perhaps future) senator—that as someone who has spent the last 12 years living in Virginia and working as a lobbyist for the likes of Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, and Chrysler, he's a Washington insider who's out of touch with ordinary Hoosiers—will work just as well in the general election as it did in the primary.

In other words, the whole "trouble for the establishment" theme is a lot less relevant as an epitaph for the nominating contest than as a preview for November, where Coats will be one of the few at-risk Republicans in the country more vulnerable to the incumbent charge than his Democratic rival. The question now is whether Democratic nominee Brad Ellsworth—a former sheriff and current congressman who's trailing Coats by 16 points in the latest polls—can close the gap by painting Coats as the creature of Washington instead of letting the Republican paint that picture of him.

Either way, Coats won't have any vote-splitters to help him out this time around.

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Our Sunday Nite Radio Show was CENSORED from the
Internet !!!

Incredibly, we again have run into a “glitch”
which (this time) censored our entire Sunday night
radio show from the Internet at -- (The
show did run without incident over the WKRC AM
airwaves in Greater Cincinnati, Ohio.) You can now
hear the show at the “Video/Audio” link at the
left column on the home page of

Every year in this new century that my
congressional campaign has run a series of 1 hour
radio shows in election years – at least one time
in each series has one of our 1 hour shows been
ruined in some way.

This is the first time we had an entire show
completely censored from the internet. (Of course,
this is the first time I’m calling for the arrest
and prosecution of Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke,
the honchos at Goldman-Sachs, and the poohbahs at
Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. And – this year –
things are bad enough that a much greater
percentage of people are starting to listen.

I would submit to you that there is a reason that
I run into this type of resistance. Why? Because
the “eyes and ears” of the anti-Christian network
locally, and nationally, realize that if hundreds
of thousands of concerned Americans would pick up
on the program I am trying to communicate to them
– they (the anti-Christian, anti-American Ruling
Elite) would be in real trouble, and on the way


All of our callers in both weeks were supportive –
with the exception of one guy last night who said
he was from the “illuminati” and the Trilateral
Commission – in an attempt to ridicule my opening
statement about the unquestionable existence of an
evil Financial elite around the Federal Reserve
Board in New York City and Washington D.C. which
is making war on the people of the United States.
You can decide if I handled him well or not -- if
you listen to the show at our website.

People from numerous states around the USA
contacted me by email or by phone after the show
to inform me that either they could hear nothing
over the internet at between 10 PM to 11
PM EST – or they could hear a sound so low that
they could not make out any of the words clearly –
even when they turned the sound all the way up.

ran from 10 PM to 11 PM EST at -- The
local Coin show which ran from 9 PM to 10 PM EST,
and the Kim Komando syndicated computer show which
ran from 11 PM EST to midnight over –
everything operated as usual on these very
professional radio stations as happens 24 hours a
day – without a glitch – with the EXCEPTION of our
radio show – which, in this case, was completely
censored from the worldwide internet audience.

I AM NOT CONCLUDING THAT this was done by anyone
in the management of WKRC. The producers of the
shows and the fellows in and around the studio
were very supportive and completely helpful – and
seemed to enjoy the show.

All the people I dealt with at WKRC have been very
helpful and work very hard to help me get these
radio shows on. Either there is someone in a
position with access at the station who sabotaged
our show on the internet, (certain organizations
in the anti-Christian network strive to place key
people at choke points throughout the United
States in order to stop messages from reaching the
public which they do not like) – or perhaps
someone at national Clear Channel had the power to
sabotage our Sunday night broadcast on the

In any case, our show did not run on the internet,
and all the people we advertised the show to on
this Network America ewire – could not hear it
when they tried to tune in at -- And I
believe that the only time that this type of
problem has happened in the last ten years at WKRC
radio – is when my program was running. We ran
into the same thing at Warner Cable in the 1980s.
EVERYTHING went perfect, as is usual on major TV
and radio stations, -- except for consistent
sabotage of my TV ads which dealt with computer
votefraud and easily rigged computerized election

In any case, you can hear our Sunday night May 2,
2010 radio show – the one that was censored from
the internet last night – you can hear it now – at
the “Videos / Audios” link at the homepage of

By the way, a new video will be up soon at that
homepage. It will concern our program for the rest
of the 2010 campaign – for the next six months --
to GET THE MESSAGE to millions of “Tea Party” type
people as to WHAT MUST BE DONE to win back this
country from the criminals in New York City and
Washington D.C.

There are other good candidates – but there is no
other campaign which is detailing the ENTIRE,
COMPREHENSIVE program needed to save this country.
The new video, “Even Stranger Secrets”, will be
done in a few days to a week. And if at least
hundreds of thousands of “Tea Party” type people
do NOT implement the steps that will be explained,
--- I can assure you our country will continue to
go down hill in the years ahead.

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and other interesting info on how to participate,
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rolling to get the Victory Plan to reclaim our
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Jim Condit Jr.

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Chris Cillizza sums up the election results in Indiana, North Carolina and Ohio from last night. There was a consistent pattern -- candidates of or supported by the tea party movement fell short, while keeping the establishment candidates below 50 percent of the vote.

The big disappointments happened in Indiana, where former senator Dan Coats, whose lobbying record has made him as exciting to tea party activists as a plate of stale tofu, grabbed 40 percent of the vote to beat state Sen. Marlin Stutzman, the candidate of the tea parties, and Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.). Stutzman outperformed the polls, but couldn't cobble together a plurality with three other candidates fighting for the same vote. And in the 5th district, Rep. Dan Burton (R-Ind.) won a paltry 29.7 percent of the vote ... but survived anyway, because six other candidates split the vote against him. The only thing you could interpret as a black eye for the establishment was the surprise defeat of former congressman Mike Sodrel, who was gunning for a rematch with Rep. Baron Hill (D-Ind.) but lost to lawyer Todd Young, a Fair Tax supporter and a mainstay at tea parties.

Joe the Plumber Is Elected to Party Office in Ohio

In North Carolina, too, establishment candidates or incumbents endured their primaries; tea party candidates either flunked out or survived to runoffs. The more curious development came in the state's two Democratic-held swing seats, where Rep. Health Shuler and Rep. Larry Kissell both watched unknown opponents rack up nearly 40 percent of the vote. Kissell's opponent, Aixa Wilson, has one of the less comprehensible policy stances I've seen. Kissell's opponent, Nancy Shakir, challenged him from the left on his health-care votes. In both districts, more people voted in the Democratic primaries than in the GOP primaries -- in Kissell's case it was 38,782 Democratic votes to 25,752 Republican votes. But in both cases the votes for the Democratic incumbents were outmatched by the total vote for the GOP candidates.

It was in Ohio that the Republican establishment proved most resilient. Reporters had fun with the fact that Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) drew two tea party challengers; he got 84.6 percent against them. But at the same time, Rep. Charlie Wilson (D-Ohio) drew only 68.9 percent of the vote against his challenger, Jim Renner, a conservative who explicitly allied himself with the tea parties and scorched Wilson over his vote for health-care reform.

NWO Asset Fortfiture still Rules.
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Thank You
The first leg of this campaign journey has come to an end and while we still have a long way left to go, I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your support and encouragement every step of the way.
For the past 6 months, we've run a positive campaign dedicated to working hard and earning every vote. In the last two weeks our volunteers made over 30,000 phone calls and knocked on over 10,000 doors.
But all that work wasn't simply for the benefit of this campaign. Our volunteers walked their precincts, they called their neighbors, they earned those votes one-at- time because they love their country, they don't like what's going on in Washington, and they feel this campaign is an opportunity to change our direction.
To all of you who have contributed in some way to our campaign, I wish to extend a very heartfelt thank you. Without you, none of this would be possible.
Now, let's turn our sights to November, let's redouble our efforts and let's commit ourselves to a campaign that stays positive, addresses the challenges we face head-on, and works hard every day to earn votes from every corner of the district.
Onward to November and onward to victory!

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More Going Down Than Meets The Eye
Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media

Events are unfolding at an increased rapid pace. Not yet so critical to pull the panic cord, but close enough to make reasonable and perhaps, significant adjustments. As of May 9th 2010 (Mother's Day), we are lowering our membership price to - $25 (our cost) until Memorial Day.

We feel our information is too important and our mission too valuable which has always been to be a conduit between the scientific community, emergency management, ancient indigenous tribes, fast-breaking research discoveries, prophecy, and predictions.

In this world there are prophetic events unfolding - which appear to be right on schedule, and there are unexpected/unintended consequences which were not on anyone's radar screen. The oil coming from the Earth's mantle one mile below sea level is one such 'unintended consequence'. Geologists I have spoke to say "nobody can predict how long it would take - if at all - to stop the second largest oil deposit of the world.

It is Called "Fluid Displacement"

Fluid displacement may be associated with eruptions of tectonic subduction zones. An international team of geophysicists has created the first global three-dimensional map of electrical conductivity in the Earth's mantle and their model suggests that that enhanced conductivity in certain areas of the mantle may signal the presence of water or fluid.

What is most notable say scientists - is those areas of high conductivity coincide with subduction zones - where tectonic plates are being subducted beneath the Earth's crust. Subducting plates are comparatively colder than surrounding mantle materials and thus should be less conductive. The answer, the researchers suggest, may be that conductivity in those areas is enhanced by a sudden increase or decrease in of water or fluid.

Now Add Geo-Magnetic Flux

"Many Earth scientists have thought that tectonic plates are not likely to carry much if any fluids deep into the Earth's mantle when they are being subducted," said Adam Schultz, a professor in the College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State and a co-author on the Nature study. "There may be other explanations," he added.

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The study is important because it provides new insights into the fundamental ways in which the planet works. Despite all of the advances in technology, scientists are still unsure how magnetic field flux caused by the Sun and the Earth's magnetic field affects the Earth's mantle and in-turn tectonic plates.

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Mitch Battros Research on Sun-Earth Connection and 2012

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Just as the Sun's solar activity affects the Earth's magnetic field which has a dramatic affect on Earth's weather i.e. earthquakes, floods, volcanoes, hurricanes; so does this wave of electrical currents affect the human body's magnetic field. Mitch also reveals a little-known development from modern medicine known as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). TMS provides empirical evidence of how magnetic fields can influence human emotions.

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"I believe it will be the magnetic influence produced by the Sun which will usher in what is described by our ancient ancestors as "the transition" bringing us to a new state-of-being". (Mitch Battros)

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