George Mantor | Relishing the New Anarchy

Relishing the New Anarchy

I cannot get that old Barry Maguire song, “Eve of Destruction” to stop playing in my head.

“The eastern world, it is explodin’
violence flarin’, bullets loadin’
you’re old enough to kill, but not for votin’
you don’t believe in war, but what’s that gun you’re totin’
and even the Jordan River has bodies floatin’

but you tell me
over and over and over again, my friend
how you don’t believe
we’re on the eve
of destruction.”

When I go to a news site and see an image of destruction and bloodshed, I often have to read the caption before I can tell if I am looking at a foreign war, a victim of a natural disaster, or a peaceful protest in any American City you choose. Raising the question: is it less dangerous to peacefully protest in Cairo than UC Davis?

Once we had a Constitution. It didn’t give us rights because we already had them. It was more like a warning to potential tyrants about the places they may not go. I think of it as a memo to government from the boss.

You may not have noticed, but without any announcement it was secretly suspended as part of the “War on Terror.”

The US Senate is about to pass Senate bill SB 1867, the National Defense Authorization Act, a radically insane piece of legislation which redefines the US homeland as a “battlefield” and makes US citizens subject to military apprehension and detainment for life without access to a trial or attorney.

You are probably wondering why you never heard about it. You weren’t supposed to. But, it is real and you can look it up. Pay special attention to Sections 1031 and 1032 to see what will become of protestors and writers like me.

If you were to read George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four in the context of what is going on around us today, you would be struck by the eerie similarities.

We seem to be living in a world of perpetual war in which war itself is the point, and the enemy doesn’t matter. This is from chapter nine;

“On the sixth day of Hate Week, after the processions, the speeches, the shouting, the singing, the banners, the posters, the films, the waxworks, the rolling of drums and squealing of trumpets, the tramp of marching feet, the grinding of the caterpillars of tanks, the roar of massed planes, the booming of guns – after six days of this, when the great orgasm was quivering to its climax and the general hatred of Eurasia had boiled up into such delirium that if the crowd could have got their hands on the 2,000 Eurasian war-criminals who were to be publicly hanged on the last day of the proceedings, they would unquestionably have torn them to pieces – at just this moment it had been announced that Oceania was not after all at war with Eurasia. Oceania was at war with Eastasia. Eurasia was an ally.

There was, of course, no admission that any change had taken place. Merely it became known, with extreme suddenness and everywhere at once, that Eastasia and not Eurasia was the enemy.”

In the book, cameras monitor the movements of citizens continually.

Just the other day I was squeezing the Charmin down at the Pic ‘n Save when I became aware of a larger than life image of me on a sixty-inch plasma screen above the aisle.
Now, those of you who know me or have seen my picture understand what I mean when I say, with all due modesty, that I am a pretty awesome looking dude. But, there I was, suspended, larger than life, looking down on me, looking up at me. The message is clear, we may not be watching you squeezing the Charmin…but we could be. Or, anything else you do.
We have no idea how frequently we are monitored but, I have noticed that almost every time there is a crime there turns out to be a video of it. Does that suggest that criminals don’t notice the cameras or that there are so many of them that it is inevitable?

Your cell phone leaves an indelible record of your whereabouts and certainly has the ability to monitor your conversations and activity.

And, just like Orwell’s book, we keep changing enemies.

Iran is fast becoming our new Bogey man, and we have been saber rattling over their nuclear program the same way we jousted with Iraq before going in and tracking down those very scary “weapons of mass destruction.”

Libya has been pounded back into the 19th Century and twenty thousand surface to air missiles, probably from us, have gone missing. No good could possibly come of that.

Revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt have resulted in the overthrow of regimes; while in Syria, Bahrain, Algeria, Yemen, Jordan, Morocco and Oman, bloody civil uprisings continue to grow.

What do we really know about Arab Spring? Is it El Qaeda driven? CIA driven? Is it driven by disgruntled youth or by ethnic or religious tensions? Is it old political axes being ground?

We are being told that the outcome will be the establishment of democratic governments and better days ahead for the people. Maybe I have become a little jaded, but it is a pessimism born of experience. The problems of poor economies and repression aren’t even being addressed. They are being exacerbated.

Peace in the Middle East has been a topic of discussion as long as I have been alive. And, just so there is no misunderstanding, I’m all for it. That would be nice. We would just sort of all get along and there would be peace, love and understanding, forever and ever after.

I can just see it. All seven billion of us lined up around the globe could link arms hand in hand, swigging litres of high fructose corn syrup and uniting our voices, “I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony.”

Yeah, it’s a compelling vision alright. Sort of gives you goose bumps. Except that every five seconds one of us will drop dead from malnutrition.

And then, I read about the record profits that weapons’ manufacturers have been making even during a tough economy and it is hard to imagine that none of those weapons will be used.

Here at home, local law enforcement agencies have been busy as bees beefing up their arsenals with noise cannons, tanks, chemical agents, and even drones, unmanned air craft, with which to hunt down their own citizens.

No question about it, all of the signs of a pending global outbreak of peace are firmly in place.

So it seems to me like a strange time to be declaring victory in Operation Iraqi Freedom and pulling out. After accomplishing exactly what? There were no weapons of mass destruction. Turns out they were right there on Wall Street aimed at the American middleclass.

Now America is suffering just as though Al Qaeda won. Ironic, no?

We are leaving Iraq, finally, thank God. But what are we leaving behind? Thirty seconds after our last chopper clears the Green Zone, three dozen tribal warlords will be right back to avenging ancient grievances.

But, thanks to us, all sides will be better armed because we will be leaving a lot of the weaponry we brought with us, as well as a ton of cash no one can account for.

These endless, needless wars have provided state-of-the-art training to our domestic gang members who signed up to learn better ways to commit crimes.
Get ready for Mexican style shootouts as our now heavily armed local police confront battle hardened gang members.

There will come a day when, like Vietnam, we will wish we had left well enough alone. For me that day came about ten years ago.

Arab Spring is forcing regime change. So far occupiers, or “mobs” as we are known in this country, have demonstrated in hundreds of cities. This will continue. The oppressed fight back when they realize that dead is better than living or they realize they are dead either way.

Occupy, as a movement is in its infancy, but it will continue to grow globally as awareness of a corrupt global plutocracy and its corresponding austerity spreads. Greece, England, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, France and many other European nations have had their own problems with civil unrest.

Most Americans believe that it is their responsibility to obey the law just because the law is the law and “we are a nation of laws”. I am not among them.

We are a nation suppressed by big money interests who back the candidates who write the laws that serve their interests, not ours. We may still be a nation of laws in the sense that the government can put you in jail if they want to and there isn’t much you can do about it.

Seeing the devolution into a blatantly two tiered justice system makes respect for the law itself impossible. The rich and powerful flaunt the law while making it almost impossible for victims to even gain access to the courts.

In many states, judges are requiring anyone challenging a fraudclosure to pay the foreclosing parties the entire loan balance prior to trial. Who can do that but the super-rich?

In California, many judges are ruling that a homeowner cannot require the foreclosing entity to show any documentation demonstrating that they possess the legal right to foreclose. Literally, anyone can foreclose on any property in California, so you can guess what is happening. Oh, yes they are!

Anarchy, therefore, is the appropriate response to a system that has been completely corrupted. But, long before the flash point comes, there begins a gradual erosion of respect for the system.

My old friend, Jesus, crossed a river back in 1972 and never looked back. Last week we were having a couple of Stone Ruination Ales at Bull Taco.

“These are strange times, Jorge. What I like most about your country is nearly gone. In Mexico, there is a lack of confidence in the law.”

“Don’t you mean lack of respect?”

“You are being too harsh. A nation is forged by its history and circumstances, my little Gringo friend. In our past, conflict was almost always unequal and we got our butt’s kicked. Laws, many of them unfair, were overlaid on us by conquerors and so the law was always, how shall I say, more a matter of negotiation, never strict compliance.”

“So the rule of law does not really exist in Mexico today, and it creates uncertainty in all matters. Now, that is happening here.”

He’s right. People come to understand that the likelihood of being discovered and prosecuted is so remote that it’s worth the risk. The obvious truth is that, in America today, crime pays, and the bigger the crime the lower the risk of serious consequences. That really is trickle down.

The average settlement for massive fraud is a fine the equivalent of 2 percent of the illegally gotten funds. They get to keep 98 percent of what they steal, if caught, and never, ever go to prison.

My Russian friend, who would prefer to remain anonymous, runs a medium size business in a technical and record keeping intense industry.

Like everyone, he’s having to get creative about cutting expenses and saving money. Record storage became a substantial cost and he realized that, in the last ten years, no one had ever come to see any records.

“Why bother?“ he asked. “The layers of bureaucracy that require all of this paperwork can’t afford the personnel to administer it. Look at the SEC, the biggest fraud in history occurred right under their noses while regulators were doing the horizontal mambo with the titans of the industry.”

He sighed and then continued, “It reminds me of a story we would tell to illustrate the problem of Russian Communism.

The story is told of a government decision to hire a guard to watch over an important bridge. But, the government worried about whether they could trust the guard they hired to watch the bridge, so they hired a guard to watch over the guard.

Now the government became concerned about the second guard, the guard who was hired to watch over the guard who was hired to watch over the important bridge, so they hired a third guard to watch over the guard who was hired to watch over the guard who was hired to watch over the bridge.

But when austerity came, they laid off the guard who was hired to watch over the bridge.”

“What about law suits”, I asked, “and the need to produce documents?”

When he stopped laughing and caught a breath of air he said, “If they sue me, I don’t want any documentation for them to subpoena to use against me in making their case. Just like Wall Street, we do a little dance, sing a little song, make a little love and then it all goes into the Kobra 400WB Heavy Duty shredder. They call it plausible deniability.”

“If we need something down the road, we just Photoshop it. It’s a digital world, Georgie boy. It’s all digital now.”

Five years ago, this guy would have turned himself in for jay-walking.

The new anarchy seems to touch everyone.

Every few years I drive out to a place in the back country, I can’t say exactly where. Mike and Karen, not their real names, came here after the Haight Ashbury scene got a little too commercial.

They wanted to get back to the land and lead simple lives, and through a combination of organic farming and carpentry, they were able to eek out a modest existence.

It had been a few years, but last week I made the trek out to see them and get some of Karen’s organic fermented Pumpkin soup. I don’t want any; I just know I won’t be leaving without it.

When I drove down the driveway, I thought I was in the wrong place. Their original single-wide is gone and in it’s place, a magnificent log home. As I started to back out of the driveway, Mike arrived right behind me in a gleaming new F350 the size of a school bus. Mike is in his mid-seventies and now sports a snow white mustache.

“What’s all this?” I asked.

“Prosperity and The Grace of God.”, he said proudly.

“Amen to that, Mike”, I countered, “but how?”

“No, no”, he scoffed, “The Grace of God Cannabis Collective”

“Medical Marijuana?”

“I think I’ve really found my calling here, G-man. Let me show you around.”

I was starting to feel a little nervous. “Mike, I don’t think this is legal.”

“Oh, I’m not too worried about it. It’s kind of a grey area.”

Mike explained to me the intricacies of laws regarding medical marijuana.

“What about the Feds? Aren’t they cracking down?”

Mike roared with laughter. “The Feds? Thank God for the Feds. We couldn’t make any money without them.”

I suppose he’s right, in a way. History shows that all that a vigorous prohibition achieves is a higher crime rate, and the consolidation of profits but never a reduction in the behavior that resulted in drug use. People like drugs.

My friend, the retired school teacher, let’s call her Martha, is a third generation local. Her grandparents were among the early settlers.

Martha is “original” old-school. She does something that very few people do anymore, she writes letters. I don’t mean emails or postcards or “Hi, how ya’ doin’”; I’m talking about long, thoughtful, interesting, funny letters.

After 40 years of teaching school in the same place, she knows a lot of people and writes a lot of letters. The postage would be prohibitive except for one thing, she never pays for local delivery. She addresses every letter to herself and then puts the recipient’s name and address in the upper left hand corner. She mails them without stamps in response to which a machine at the post office “Returns” it to the address in the upper left hand corner.

“The mailman has to walk that route anyway; it’s just a little retirement benefit.”

We are all anarchists at heart, we just express it differently.

Recently, I was speaking with a woman in Portland. Let’s call her Blanche. Blanche and her friend, Estelle, take advantage of the public transit system to get around. When I say they take advantage, I mean that they frequently do not bother paying.

Portland is divided up into six transit districts, three of which are entirely located within a free rail zone to encourage people to use public transit. The other three districts either straddle or abut the free zone. Blanche and Estelle live just one stop outside the free zone, so they play cat and mouse with the transit authority.

When they occasionally get caught, they have to go buy a ticket, “The Walk of Shame,” they have dubbed it.

I suppose the new anarchy was inevitable for no other reason than eventually, at the rate our law makers make laws, everything will be illegal.

Now, I’m feeling a bit defiant. I think I’ve finally gotten up enough nerve to go in and rip that “do not remove tag” off the back of my couch.

The Occupiers have been pushed back, but the weather would have gotten them anyway. However, we learned something. This is for real. They will kill us. The right of assembly to protest may be gone. But, stifling the protest does not mean that evil has triumphed.

As the young man in Tiananmen Square learned the hard way, you don’t bring a shopping bag to a tank fight. The violent response from the one percent demonstrates that peaceful assembly will not be allowed. We must plan accordingly.

Being right will no longer be enough to protect us. So, I leave you with a cautionary tale from my Irish ancestors.

This is the grave of Shamus O’Day,
Who died maintaining his right of way.
His right was clear. His will was strong.
But he’s just as dead as if he’d been wrong.

I think a drone just flew past my window.

George W. Mantor
The Real Estate Professor
Founder, American Foreclosure Resistance Movement

“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.” — Mahatma Gandhi


29 Responses to “George Mantor | Relishing the New Anarchy”
  1. lvent says:

    I have been trying to get onto the Kemp v Countrywide link at this site for 2 days…It keeps freezing up..What the bleep is going on? It is not like that is something new that they would want to freeze or block it..or maybe more and more people are finding out the truth and fighting their fraudlclosures…I have a terrible time with Scribed as well..I can hardly ever read something on there without it freezing up…I have noticed they are blocking and hiding access to alot more information on the internet…Anyone else having these problems?…I probably have a copy of that case somewhere, if I dig around.,…That is why if you find something good, you should copy it right away..and file it away…You never know when it could apply to your own case…The bank attorney admitted to me and my husband in court 2 weeks ago that the loan was never never delivered to the trust..there is no trust, there is no trustee or PSA agreement..I have to answer the second amended complaint soon with affirmative defenses…Any attorneys or pro se defendants here at this site have an opinion about UCC Article 3-404, and 3-406 and 3-407 in regards to fraud and forgery?…I believe the title co altered the mortgage after the closing and forged our initials next to the forgery…Or should I just go after standing since they obviously do not have the proper docs…In Illinois party in due course can win a fraudclosure though I do not believe they even can win that argument…they committed securities fraud right? Isn’t that a felony as well as the fraud and forgery..should I bring it all in on my defenses and request a hearing or a jury trial…? I have tried to have my case dismissed twice on the fraud and forgery and the Judge won’t budge…The fraud and forgery is apparent on the face of the documents…If someone could give me some advice I would really appreciate it.

    • George W. Mantor says:

      I’m sure you are right. I don’t know what I got all worked up about. Everything is just fine. Our govt. is completely trustworthy and loves the constitution too much to ever take away our rights. I know they sure wouldn’t run guns to drug cartels or launder their money for them. I know they would not secretly print trillions of dollars and give it to banks and foreign entities. I know they wouldn’t take service members remains and toss them in the landfill so it’s all good.

      The problem with the bill is the impercise language and wiggle room allowing for too much discretion but let’s both get another glass of cool-aid, P Nach, and hope for a happy ending.

  2. P Nach says:

    EVERYONE should go directly to the legislation as presented in the US Senate and READ it! Good Grief, don’t take anyone’s word for what’s in the bill or for what’s not in the bill. Read it for yourselves!!!

    Link here:

    Text of bill section 1031:

    3 (b) COVERED PERSONS.—A covered person under
    4 this section is any person as follows:
    5 (1) A person who planned, authorized, com
    6 mitted, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred
    7 on September 11, 2001, or harbored those respon
    8 sible for those attacks.
    9 (2) A person who was a part of or substantially
    10 supported al-Qaeda, the Taliban, or associated forces
    11 that are engaged in hostilities against the United
    12 States or its coalition partners, including any person
    13 who has committed a belligerent act or has directly
    14 supported such hostilities in aid of such enemy
    15 forces.

    Text of bill section 1032:

    10 (1) UNITED STATES CITIZENS.—The require
    11 ment to detain a person in military custody under
    12 this section does not extend to citizens of the United
    13 States.
    14 (2) LAWFUL RESIDENT ALIENS.—The require
    15 ment to detain a person in military custody under
    16 this section does not extend to a lawful resident
    17 alien of the United States on the basis of conduct
    18 taking place within the United States, except to the
    19 extent permitted by the Constitution of the United
    20 States.

    It seems that some people are more concerned with the rights and privileges of the enemy abroad that are actively engaged in a war against us than with the safety and security of US citizens!

    Now for the umpteenth time! This bill does not, in any way, shape or form, apply to US citizens!!! Enough already!

  3. lvent says:

    They destroy docs in case they get subpoened????…Apparently from what I have uncovered, there were no docs to destroy…They never delivered the notes to the trusts…that is the crime…no docs, no delivery=massive fraud…the investors invested in a big fat ZERO….yet the RACKETEERING in the form of FRAUDCLOSURES goes on unabated!!!

  4. Javagold says:

    i love the return to sender anarchist !!!!!!!!!!

  5. Judith McDonald says:

    Thank you for this brilliant,thoughtful piece,how I admire your talent.

  6. lvent says:


  7. lvent says:

    George, I was talking to my Dad about what is occuring with the fraudclosures…My Dad said this Government is actually more evil than the Russian Commies…the Russian Commies just took the homes…My Dad said, the U.S. Government(s) are stealing our homes under the COLOR OF LAW…my Dad.what the U.S. Government(s) are doing is alot more sneaky and dangerous….!

  8. lvent says:

    I was watching Piers Morgans interview with Michael Moore last nite…OUTRAGEOUS…Piers Morgan insisted on blaming homeowners for spending to much..Michael Moore says only 25% of homeowners bought homes they could not afford…Again I say, the banks GAVE THE BAD LOANS….Michael Moore also suggested that people who have been fraudclosed should be able to rent their homes back…BULLSHIT!!!…THEIR HOMES ARE STOLEN….THAT IS JUST WHAT THESE DIRTY, GREEDY BASTARDS WANT….MICHAEL MOORE….. COME OFF OF IT..YOU ARE BEING A COWARD…

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      • lvent says:

        I do believe that people should have boycotted Black Friday and Cyber Monday but too many people are still sheeple…They don’t realize until they lose their livelihoods the class warfare that is occurring in order to steal America! WAKE UP AMERICA!! THEY ARE LEADING YOU TO THE SLAUGHTER!!

      • rictic says:

        Vent, Piers Morgan (or should it really be O’Meara) is nothing more that a 10th rate journalist. He used to work for the Sun (on par with the Globe here in the US) and was fired by the Mirror (one step above the Sun). He has not had an single intelligent independant thought in his life. How he replaced Larry King baffles me. I would not believe a single word that is emitted from the mouth of this brain-dead fart.
        An interesting bit of info from Black friday, taking into account extended opening hours etc the type of stores that saw the largest % increase over Black Friday last year……. gun stores… the sheeple are waking up to the coming CRASH of Europe and then the US….

      • lvent says:

        Right on rictic! I remember a while back when Piers Morgan was ripping Jesse Ventura for saying that Obama is a CIA agent and telling Jesse what he was saying about Obama was harmful to the coutnry…I was furious!!!…Who in the hell is that foreigner to tell an American Citizen who is trying to wake up the sheeple that the TRUTH IS HARMFUL?? CNN has way too many British reporters on and that other traitor ERIN BURNETT…they gave that CFR member her own show? CNN if full of shit…

      • rictic says:

        I actually like Jesse Ventura, in amongst all the loud bravado, is a guy who I believe truly loves this country.
        Erin Burnett, another one of those Goldman Sucks prolls (she used to work for GS & Citi), cute, incapable of independant thought.
        The British reporters on CNN is by design in my opinion. Americans love the “English” accent (I know I use mine to my advantage every day :)) and a good number of folks seem to believe that if it’s being said by a “Brit” then it’s the truth. It is still nothing more than what the Elites want the sheeple to hear, it’s somehow more believable because of the accent.

      • lvent says:

        rictic, I am a fan of Jesse..he has been ringing the alarm bells for some time..are you British?..If so, I mean no offense to the British people….it is not the British people I blame… It is the sneaky crap that is going on I can’t stand…Millions of Americans are out of work and they are who need to be hired..We need more Jesse Venturas…American Patriots…there are more American Patriots on RT news than on the MSM in this country..the only patriot I see is Dylan Ratigan..and maybe Rachel Maddow…she seems to be patriotic..I blame the Politicians first and foremost…they all need to be thrown out…they are traitors…

      • rictic says:

        Not any more. I took US citizenship. I left the UK because of what it had been turned into by Government intervention and how lazy the people had become, living for government handouts. Even from being a kid and studying history at school, I’d loved the idea of how the US was founded and I loved the idea of living under a Constitution, the framers truly were insightful people. So when I got an offer of a job in the US I took it. Now I see the US following the path that the UK took and that path will lead to the destruction of the ideals that the US was built upon. The US trully needs Patriots at this time who will stand up for The Constitution….
        Some journos get it. Dylan Ratigan gets it and he is very articulate in how he puts it over, he needs to have a Prime Time slot. Matt Taibbi gets it and there are others in the blogoshere that get it and as long as these folks keep chipping away then we have a chance of making it through otherwise we’ll go to hell in a basket cart i.e. we are f*cked.

      • lvent says:

        I couldn’t agree more rictic…Max Keiser is awesome too…People should get educated and watch more RT news..and then they will realize the lies they are being told on CNN and FOX….as well as the lies they are being told by the politicians..Newt Gingrich is leading in the polls is a good example of another Big Lie the media is telling…People have to realize that we are being told what to believe…!

      • rictic says:

        Thanks Vent, Max’s surname eluded me when I was typing the last post so I didn’t add him. I also have a lot of respect for Karl Denningers opinions…
        People need to get out of the Republican / Democrat mentality, both sides are owned by the same Masters

      • lvent says:

        rictic, You are right ….Karl Denninger is awesome!! He really gets it! Some of these people really should run for office…! I really like what Matt Weidner and Elizabeth Warren are doing…We need American patriots to infiltrate them and put a stop to them!!

      • rictic says:

        Attack the beast that is DC from the inside…

      • lvent says:

        rictic, Pat Fitzgerald from the U.S. DOJ, who prosecuted Blago said…we have to stop allowing the scoundrels to get elected, more people should vote and register to vote….That crook Barney Frank said the people keep electing them…The people need to wake up and do their homework and quit believing the media’s lies..People need to look into who these politicians are and the money does need to be taken out of politics…..It is the appointments by the President as well, that hides the NWO power structure…People just keep believing the campaign rhetoric by these politicians…these politicians are not under oath or contract when they make these promises…that is how these politicians get away with doing whatever they want and the media is aiding and abetting the liars and traitors of America…Do not trust the media and the politicians, verify…I watched a couple of the Republicon debates…all I can say is…WOW…it is clear the audience is rigged to clap on cue and the commie crapola that is coming out of these politicians mouths…all I can say is WAKE UP AMERICA and do your homework…..!!

      • lvent says:

        All candidates should have to sign a legal binding contract!

      • rictic says:

        If they don’t keep their election promises within the first year then they are out..

      • lvent says:

        I would second that rictic!! We need another new amendment besides take the money out of politics…take the lies out of politics by making them sign a legal binding contract with the We The People.The Unholy Alliance with the U.N./ Holy Roman Empire/NATO has to end..I was thinking about Blago getting that stiff 14 year sentence and how he never actually got a dime just tried to…yet not one of these billionaire Wall Street crooks or their minions and cohorts have been prosecuted to this day..NWO TRAITORS in CONgress created the evil plan in the backrooms and the WHITE HO– USE pushed this plan to bring America to its knees……I agree with Max Keiser…Hank Paulson’s head should be rolling down the steps of the Capital…and I can think of a quite a few more politicians heads that should be rolling right along with his…!

      • lvent says:

        Someone in the media posed the question to the prosecutor in the Blago case Patrick Fitzgerald, shouldn’t all the State Houses around the country be under investigation as well? Fitgerald said, I hope the Blago case is the exception rather than the rule….YEAH RIGHT!! All of the sleazy politicians from Illinois including that piece of shit traitor Governor Pat Quinn is saying Blago got what he deserved…I say lets have ALL of the dirty bastard POLITICIANS investigated….!! THOSE WHO LIVE IN GLASS HO– USES SHOULD NOT THROW STONES!!!

      • lvent says:

        Secret wire taps of all of the dirty bastard politicians…..when they least expect it..they are all a bunch of sneaky crooks, traitors and liars…and so are the b appointments of the President…Geithner , Bernanke, and Rahm Emanuel…are NWO dirty bastards..!

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