Tuesday, February 15, 2011



Anonymous said...

There is nothing wrong with your computer.

Do not attempt to adjust what you read here.

We are controlling transmission of the truth.

If we wish to make it louder, we will bring out what we want to bring up.

If we wish to make it softer, we will ignore the truth to a whisper.

We will control what you read here.

We will control what you cannot read here.

We can roll images and make them flutter.

We can change the focus to anyone we want to blur the truth or sharpen it to our views of crystal clarity.

Please sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear.

We repeat, there is nothing wrong with your computer.

You are about to participate in a great adventure.

You are about to experience the awe and mystery which reaches from our views of the truth to our images of the truth and we place blame anywhere we want but at us?

Anonymous said...

In Republican's conquest of power in the commonwealth, the Office of the Attorney General must be the first to surrender.

From there the GOP will step their way across Strawberry Square to the heavens of both chambers under the green dome to the edge of state supreme court.

Each step will be as certain as the last, yet each will bring them closer to hiding the ultimate truth.

Here at CasablancaPA a handful of brave bloggers pave the way to the future.

Their mission: to collect information that will eventually enable a proper investigation of the inhabits of Governor Mansion misusing the law as a springboard to ever growing more power.

It makes its slow, uncharted way, whose depths and desires are, as yet, unprobed by regular mainstream media, but the mind learns by doing and the heart learns by trying.

Anonymous said...

Employees turn on their Employers since the days of Noah questioned by his sons.

Everybody comes to lawmakers begging for a job, and then when they get it, they learn how much time the job entails to serve the people, and they grow cynical and ungrateful.

The only name on that door is Senator Jane Orie and she took the time, expense, and public service to run and put her in the arena to be mocked by all, because that is part of the job.

The Torah says, Ingratitude Is The Blackest Of Sins!

Jane and all Lawmakers deserve better because their job never ends whether they are at church, with their families, or just attending an opera, they are confronted by citizens that need things, and Jane has to answer them.

This is why Staff is hired and what Staff must do even after hours, but they become cowards when confronted by their own inactivity and selfish interests and thinking the know more than the name on the door, but they do have the guts to do what is necessary to put their names on those doors.

The worse part of this charade of trials on Capitol Hill is that the most loyal staffers must suffer for the greed and illegalities of the staffers taking short cuts then blaming it on the Lawmakers.

Rosepink and Cott never deserved a conviction and Orie like Veon will be caught holding a bag they did not fill, except by ruthless blind blaming prosecutors looking to get their Bosses elected so they threaten anyone at anytime.

These are ethical violations at best turned into crimes for those prowling for power and that my friend in America will not stand until good men raise up and stop it.

Anonymous said...

While much of that testimony echoed statements from earlier witnesses, one intriguing note emerged as Ms. Rasmussen testified that sometime in 2008, fearing that her state computer system had been hacked,

Ms. Orie asked the state attorney general's office to examine her computers. There was not immediate testimony on what may have emerged from that review.

Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11049/1126354-100.stm#ixzz1ELFpdiKo

Anonymous said...

Here's another fine mess I'm into folks,
They won't cut me loose for love or money,
I'm a fighter but they got me on the floor,
Don't believe I'm gonna take this any more,

A little bit sad, it's a little bit funny,
Sit and listen if you want to know the score,
It's a story that you've probably heard before,

Here's another fine mess I stumbled into,
Sorry a state as I've ever been to,
Though some will find it is, difficult for some to understand,
I am going not going to knuckle down and i will fight like man.

But don't wave goodbye, don't try to explain,
What's there to say,
The words are unimportant,
It's a fight we'll remember anyway.

So don't wave goodbye, don't make a scene,
Just let it go,
Don't forget our working in glory,
Don't put an ending on our story.

We're riding to the final round-up,
This is where the old trail wound up,
Here's another fine mess
And not our choosing
We did what was right for a while, You can't call that losing
If I knew they would try and take us down this way,
We never gonna end this way,
We live it over and I wouldn't, change a day.