Enabler noun : one that enables another to achieve an end; especially : one who enables another to persist in self-destructive behavior by providing excuses or by helping that individual avoid the consequences of such behavior. 

"That being said...", and said, and said, and said... 

Some people will say anything. Especially if they're paid. 

When the word came down that the 20th hijacker was a detainee at Gitmo, not one of these salaried employees questioned the copy handed them. What will they do when one of their paid experts blurts out during a contentious moment: "September 11th was the best thing to ever happen to George Bush!"? 

In Asimov's "Foundation Trilogy", planet after planet falls due to a negative energy known in the beginning only as the Mule. Ultimately, the Mule is discovered to be a mutant who through sheer psychic ability and the technology to reach directly into the minds of others, causes such depression and despair that the society he targets fails.

 The Mule would get paid to do the same thing here at the beginning of the 21st century. 

May 7, 2007


The Seventh Day in May turns out to be the smoking gun we've all been hoping to avoid. 

The proof that all the polls taken after the first Republican Debate show that Ron Paul was the "winner", is the fact that NO MENTION OF ANY POLLS surfaced in the Main Stream Media. A cowardly way to ignore the only Candidate that opposes the Iraq War, the IRS, and the National ID Card.




Unfortunately, all the cowards on this page are in on it.

REPEATING: It was decided that NO POLLS would be reported rather than report the truth. 

I rest my case. Sorry Keith.