August 31, 2006, - 5:48 pm

Jerky Boys: Treasonous Deportation Officer, Islamofascist T-Shirt Guy, Nose-y Congressman

Today, we bring you, dumb and stupid (and, actually, traitorous):
* Ramon Williams, 27, of Taylor, Michigan (a Detroit suburb), was charged with making false statements and accepting a bribe from illegal aliens–from whom he wanted a job for his wife in exchange for favorable treatment of the deportable illegal alien.
Unfortunately, the Justice Department’s chief man in the Detroit area– a/k/a “Abu Porno,” a Bush judicial nominee to the U.S. Court of Appeals–refuses to call illegal aliens “illegal aliens.” Instead, he uses the PC term “deportable immigrant.” Whatever. If our own Justice Department won’t call them “illegal aliens,” it’s no wonder our country can’t make a dent in the illegal alien problem.
Since Williams is a man, let’s see if he gets the same easy street deal that .

IslamoFascist T-Shirt Guy Raed Jarrar, Rep. Henry Waxman

* Just 2 days after the British terror plot of Muslim men to hijack planes over America was unveiled, the obnoxious Raed Jarrar, and Palestinian/Iraqi blogger/activist, tried to board a plane from New York’s JFK airport in a t-shirt that read in Arabic and English, “We will not be silent.” It’s akin to yelling fire in a crowded theater.
Well, he didn’t have to be silent. But Jet Blue didn’t have to allow him to board a cross country flight to Oakland, California, with that shirt on (and he refused to put on a different shirt). It’s a private airline and a captain has the right to reject any passenger. Jarrar is an Islamofascist activist from San Francisco who worked in Iraq with far-left, anti-American group CIVIC. He wanted to make trouble and get publicity. And he got both. Mabrook!
Classic quote from one federal or airline official who allegedly told Jarrar:

Going to an airport with a T-shirt in Arabic script is like going to a bank and wearing a T-shirt that says, ‘I’m a robber.’

Just wait for the lawsuit a la the . This is why America is losing the security and morale war.
* Since all of the major problems in America are solved, including the Islamic terrorism threat, Congressman Henry Waxman (D-California) is urging the NFL to reopen its investigation into steroid use by former Carolina Panthers players.
Is this the most pressing problem in America, to you? Me neither. Please, Congressman, stop sticking your nose into pro sports.

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9 Responses

I gotta say, I read some of the blogs on Raed’s Global Exchange site. The boy sounds like a ‘papa’ Teresa. Love, peace, and understanding. Ar worst, a disgruntled Dem. whinning about all the voters disenfranshised and the outright fraud in past elections.
It’s real interesting the countries they offer travel to. Immersed in the Anit-American sentiment is the best education, I’m sure. I esp. liked one girls blog on Iran and all the tour people yelling “We Love America”. Moving.

Grateful1 on August 31, 2006 at 7:27 pm

I used to live in Los Angeles. Waxman has his head where the sun doesn’t shine.

Craig C on August 31, 2006 at 8:09 pm

What makes Raed Jarrar so obnoxious to me is the 3000 or so innocent victims of the 9/11 attacks who WERE silenced — permanently. I heard today that, you guessed it, the ACLU is thinking about getting involved on his behalf, pro bono of course.
With regard to U.S. Attorney Stephen Murphy III and due to Debbie’s reporting on him on this site, friends of mine (Washington Attorneys) say that he is not very well thought of now and that his chances of an appointment to the Sixth Circuit are, shall we say, very slim. Something to do with a snowball or something…
Henry Waxman doesn’t even deserve a comment!

Phoenix on August 31, 2006 at 9:32 pm

I just realized something, slow I know. But, if this Jarrar is as bad as indicated, an “Islamofascist activist”, and he supports sheehan’s group (codepink) and bemoans our political system, this off his GE site(link above):
“Democracy in the US
The 2004 election raised new doubts about the basic fairness of our electoral system. Far too many people are still voting on outdated machines. Far too many voters cast their ballots on touch-screen machines that have no paper trail. Too many votersómostly the poor and people of coloróstood in lines that were hours long. And too many citizens remain cynical about the basic mechanics of our democracy, the result of partisan administration of the elections. The time for reform is NOW.” . . .
I am concerned about something.
If this guy is basically shouting from the rooftops for the DEM/Liberal agenda, that should be enough to ensure a Republican landslide.
However, what I’m seriously asking is this:
1) There will be billions the self-loathing George Soros will pump into the campaigns with his organizations.
2) WHAT IF a few ka-billions of petro-dollars are added from a few oil-rich Arab/Islamic nations evidently sympathetic-to-the-Liberal-cause? Would we be basically doomed to endure the consequences of a Liberal agenda imposed? Our country politically hijacked?
3) That can’t really happen with the campaign laws and such, right?
4) SOMEONE is monitoring this potential tidal wave of cash heading to the Left, right?
5)I’m just getting paranoid and over-reaching, right?

Grateful1 on August 31, 2006 at 10:03 pm

Grateful1 you may be closer to the truth than you think. No, I don’t think your paranoid at all!

Phoenix on September 1, 2006 at 3:34 am

Follow the money… just follow the money…

Phoenix on September 1, 2006 at 3:35 am

How on earth did Raed get a visa to move here!? He and his mother have been as bad as Riverbend as far as anti-Americanism from the get-go.

PJ on September 1, 2006 at 9:53 pm

Also of interest this email: Is it REAL???
MoveOn to Democratic Party: ‘We Own It’
Thu Dec 9, 6:37 PM ET
By SAM HANANEL, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON – Liberal powerhouse MoveOn has a message for the “professional election losers” who run the Democratic Party: “We bought it, we own it, we’re going to take it back.”
A scathing e-mail from the head of MoveOn’s political action committee to the group’s supporters on Thursday targets outgoing Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe as a tool of corporate donors who alienated both traditional and progressive Democrats.
“For years, the party has been led by elite Washington insiders who are closer to corporate lobbyists than they are to the Democratic base,” said the e-mail from MoveOn PAC’s Eli Pariser. “But we can’t afford four more years of leadership by a consulting class of professional election losers.”
(Howard Dean should change that). LOL

Grateful1 on September 2, 2006 at 8:29 am

To Debbie :
Hey … I really can fathom some sense and reason in what you wirte. But can you tone down – if at all possible – on the angry comments – pardon me really. I think you lose more than you win when you are always on the Attack. Why not just pose your case and assyme that some Moslems may have brains and compassion. My wife of 25 years always had her own car and owns her own house. All my aquaintances are the same I live in a Moslem country and do see a lot of what you write about Debbie. But you are too educated and intelligent to fall in the hatred trap.
Also the Bad Moslem examples I see are always ignorant conceited fools. Even though some of them have university technical education. But that is only a vocation. Real education and culture are totally divorced from educational background. As to the ignoratn street mobs foaming at the mouth, well … all cultures seem to be plagued with them.
Win people Debbie …. stop the rancid monologues …. Pleeeease
Stay well
Mohamed Fawzi

Mohamed_Fawzi on September 6, 2006 at 6:35 am

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