Skip to comments.After action report: HILLARY! UNCENSORED screening at GWU during Washington DC visit
Posted on 01/29/2008 12:21:22 PM PST by doug from upland
On Jan. 21, 2008, I celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with the George Washington Univ Republicans by screening HILLARY! UNCENSORED. It was scheduled at the last minute, so they were not even able to provide popcorn.
On that day I was alerted to the hit piece done on factcheck.org by disgraced and canned TIME MAG reporter, Viveca Novak. I have been told by factcheck.org that I will be allowed to respond on their website, and I'm working on a similar arrangement with the NEWSWEEK website. It might have been helpful if Viveca had spoken to me about the film.
The reaction to the documentary was the typical mix of anger at the Clintons for remaining above the law and at the media for not telling the story.
On the trip, I paid a visit to several offices of elected officials. Here are a few photos.
I had a fun visit to the office of dumb-as-a-rock Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee. As you may recall, she is on the Space Subcommittee under the House Transportation Committee. She votes on matters concerning NASA. A few year ago, she participated with others in NASA's presentation of the Mars Rover. She actually asked NASA officials if they could move the rover to where our astronauts planted the US Flag on Mars.
It is a little hard to read from the photo, but on the back of my business card, it says WE HAVE NOT LANDED MEN ON MARS. I walked into Sheila's office and asked her secretary to give her that message.
Sen. John Cornyn, ranking member on the Senate Ethics Committee, was given a copy of HILLARY! UNCENSORED.
Here is the office of the ever popular Sen. Larry Craig. While taking the photo, I was tapping my foot, but it apparently did not disturb the staffer inside.
Interesting sculpture in the lobby of the Hart Senate Office Building.
Here is the office of The Beast. I did not go in. Although she was not there, as I got closer to the door, I felt a very definite chill and the presence of evil.
Below are two pictures of the office of The Lifeguard. I had a bottle of water with my that came in handy. Just before snapping the photos, I was gurling water. I guess the staffer was busy or has heard it before because it did not get a reaction. I should have gone in and told him I'm one of those who calls every year on Mary Jo memorial day. Last time, I indeed gurgled water when they answered.
Yes, in a bank of six elevators in this area, they get their own. They are more equal than others.
I went into Sen. Sessions office and left a message of thanks for his great work in stopping Amnesty. He is a standup guy and was left a copy of HILLARY! UNCENSORED.
It was a little disappointing at the FBI Building after waiting outside on the phone for about 20 minutes. They would not let me in to give them evidence of crimes without an appointment. Besides Hillary, I wanted to give them evidence of a major bankruptcy and SEC fraud by Stan Lee.
I hope to get back to DC before the election and participate in an activity with the DC chapter. My business there on this trip gave me very little time to undertake FReeping activities.
Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee actually thought that US Astronauts had planted a flag on MARS! And she is on the Space Sub-Committee? She seems to have plenty of space, between her ears.
This woman is a certifiable moron!
Mocking Sheila on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e71apabmtY4
BWAH! Good stuff, Doug.
Atta Boy, Doug!
Battle of Midway, 4-7 June 1942 --
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The Battle of Midway, fought over and near the tiny U.S. mid-Pacific base at Midway atoll, represents the strategic high water mark of Japan's Pacific Ocean war. Prior to this action, Japan possessed general naval superiority over the United States and could usually choose where and when to attack. After Midway, the two opposing fleets were essentially equals, and the United States soon took the offensive.
Japanese Combined Fleet commander Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto moved on Midway in an effort to draw out and destroy the U.S. Pacific Fleet's aircraft carrier striking forces, which had embarassed the Japanese Navy in the mid-April Doolittle Raid on Japan's home islands and at the Battle of Coral Sea in early May. He planned to quickly knock down Midway's defenses, follow up with an invasion of the atoll's two small islands and establish a Japanese air base there. He expected the U.S. carriers to come out and fight, but to arrive too late to save Midway and in insufficient strength to avoid defeat by his own well-tested carrier air power.
Yamamoto's intended surprise was thwarted by superior American communications intelligence, which deduced his scheme well before battle was joined. This allowed Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, the U.S. Pacific Fleet commander, to establish an ambush by having his carriers ready and waiting for the Japanese. On 4 June 1942, in the second of the Pacific War's great carrier battles, the trap was sprung. The perserverance, sacrifice and skill of U.S. Navy aviators, plus a great deal of good luck on the American side, cost Japan four irreplaceable fleet carriers, while only one of the three U.S. carriers present was lost. The base at Midway, though damaged by Japanese air attack, remained operational and later became a vital component in the American trans-Pacific offensive.
Nope, no Kilroy.