Archive for January 13th, 2010

Do Not Eat The White House Garden Veggies–Another Clinton Legacy–Socialist Sewer Sludge–Class A and Class B Fertilizer–Organic Organizer–M’M Good!

Posted on January 13, 2010. Filed under: Agriculture, Blogroll, Communications, Economics, Farming, government spending, Language, Law, liberty, Links, media, People, Politics, Rants, Raves, Regulations, Video, Wisdom | Tags: , , , |

First Lady Michelle Obama’s White House garden


Organic Food Farm : White House Garden, Michelle Obama could get in trouble if HR875 passes.

First Lady: White House Garden Will Feed Many

Michelle Obama’s toxic veggie nightmare: White House organic garden polluted with sludge

“…When First Lady Michelle Obama planted an organic vegetable garden on the White House lawn in March 2009, she hoped to both set an example of healthy eating and to grow tasty edibles for her daughters and husband. But Michelle’s organic dream has been dashed by a nasty toxic legacy lurking in the soils of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It turns out that a previous Presidential gardening team had used sewage sludge for fertilizer.

This is a fairly common practice with one huge problem. Sewage sludge tends to be laced with anything that people pour down the drain and often contains heavy metals. Not surprisingly, the National Park Service tested the dirt beneath Michelle’s garden and found the plot has highly elevated levels of lead averaging 93 parts per million. That’s below the 400 ppm that the Environmental Protection Agency says is a threat to human health. But I’d wager that Sasha, Malia and Barack won’t be getting arugula or tomatoes from this garden any time soon. …”

Inside the White House: The Kitchen Garden

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Toxic sludge being thrown on lawns in black neighborhoods

Michelle Obama’s Organic White House Garden Filled With Clinton Sewage

“…Chemists called to the White House to test the composition of sludge in Michelle Obama’s organic garden have discovered that it is human feces dating to the Clinton Administration. The First Lady was attempting to grow a true, organic garden and was not intending to use any natural fertilizers.

When told about the make up of the “manure,” Michelle was naturally upset. “What the hell do you expect from people from Arkansas? Don’t they have indoor plumbing down there? Did Bill do Monica between the rows of corn and then take a dump and fertilize while he was at it?”

“Barack named that woman Secretary of State. Maybe he should have combined the Departments of Defense and Education and made her the Secretary of Defaction!”

The Obama children were quick to request permission to leave the dinner table early and not eat their vegetables.”  …”

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Democratic Activist Attacks Reporter John McCormack–Video

Posted on January 13, 2010. Filed under: Blogroll, Communications, Crime, Law, liberty, Links, media, People, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Video, Wisdom | Tags: , , |

“…Battery is a crime committed by touching another person intentionally in an offensive manner without the other’s consent. It operates upon the principle that each one has a personal space which others may not intrude upon without the other’s consent.

Battery is a different crime than assault because in battery, there is an actual touching of the victim while in assault, there is only a threat to touch or inflict harm against another. It is said that assault is a crime preparatory to the commission of battery. …”

Martha Coakley ignores assualt on reporter by staffer

Weekly Standard Reporter John McCormack Talks About Coakley Fundraiser Incident


FOX News’ on Attack on Week Weekly Standard Reporter, John McCormack

Hypocrisy: Martha Coakley Takes Money From Health Insurance Lobbyists



Looks like the Progressive Radical Socialist Democrats are now engaged in thug attacks on reporters.

Sue the progressive bastard for every dime he has and file felony battery charges.

The Democratic candidate for Senator, Martha Coakley, just stands there and says and does nothing.

Time that crimes be punished at the election ballot box.

Where is big state media on this story?

Keeping their open mouths shut tight.

The new media is on the story if you are listening to talk radio and reading the blogs.

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Martha Coakley Smears Scott Brown Outside Her Big DC Lobbyist Fundraiser


Assailant Was a Coakley Staffer on Loan from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee?

Or just a really good lookalike?

BY John McCormack


“…A tipster tells me that the man who was pushing me outside of a Capitol Hill fundraiser Tuesday night for Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Martha Coakley is Michael Meehan.

Meehan heads up a firm called Blue Line Strategic Communications along with his partner David DiMartino, who was outside the fundraiser with Coakley tonight and introduced himself to me there. The AP reported on Monday that Meehan is also working for Coakley: “The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee also dispatched Michael Meehan, a media consultant with ties to Massachusetts, to assist the Coakley camp with messaging.”

Though I can’t say with 100 percent certainty, I think that Meehan is the man who shoved me into a metal railing Tuesday night. You can get the best look at him at about the 30-second mark of this video, and in this AP photo: …”

Reporter roughed up outside Coakley fund-raiser

By Laura Crimaldi


“…Weekly Standard reporter says he was roughed up last night outside a Washington, D.C. fund-raiser for Attorney General Martha Coakley by someone he believes is associated with her U.S. Senate campaign.

John McCormack, the magazine’s deputy online editor, writes about the incident outside the Sonoma restaurant in an online dispatch entitled: “We Report, We Get Pushed.”

According to McCormack’s account, Coakley took two questions from reporters after the event, but declined to respond to his question. McCormack wrote he asked Coakley whether she stood by statements she made during Monday’s debate about terrorists in Afghanistan. …”

Coakley cites GOP ‘stalkers’ in D.C. dust-up

By Laura Crimaldi and Hillary Chabot

“…I  know there were people following, including two from the Brown campaign who have been very aggressive in their stalking,” Coakley told reporters during an appearance at Kit Clark Senior Services in Dorchester. “I’m not sure what happened. I know something occurred, but I’m not privy to the facts. I’m sure it will come out, but I’m not aware of that.”

McCormack told the Herald he met Coakley Jan. 5 after a radio debate at the WTKK (96.9-FM) studios, where he asked her four questions.

“She knew that there was a reporter who asked her a question. We had met before. I asked her four questions. She saw me get knocked to the ground and kept walking,” said McCormack. “I wouldn’t say I was surprised. … She’s decided she’s entitled to the seat without answering questions on issues that are of national importance.”

McCormack said there is a 10-inch rip on the right leg of his suit pants and a tiny bruise on his right leg from the incident.

An Associated Press photograph shows Coakley looking at McCormack while he’s lying on the sidewalk. …”

“…Battery Considered Grave Crime In Some Places

“…Battery is considered a felony and is defined as the undesirable touching of another person or something linked to him/her. Considered insulting, battery is a planned act without the approval of the offended person. Battery is strong and/or aggressive and sometimes is confused with physical attack. The difference between a physical attack and battery is that battery needs more than the spoken damage.

In many normal law jurisdictions the crime of battery includes damage or another contact upon the person in a form that probably causes corporal harm. Battery is often broken down into degrees that decide the gravity of the intention and the sentence. For example: simple battery can involve any manner of non-consensual, damaging or offensive contact, sexual battery may be defined as the non-consensual physical contact of the private parts of another person. Family aggression battery may be restricted in its scope among people in a certain point of connection: statutes regarding this insult have been showed as a reaction to the growing consciousness of the home violence problem.

The gravity of a battery accusation may vary; sometimes the corporal damage can be minimal, even insignificant, nevertheless when it is produced in a severe manner it is determined as a grave battery injury. Punishments for severe battery are bigger since this situation is considered a crime. However criminal laws are different on each state; in some places battery is considered a severe felony if there is presence of a lethal gun. …”

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