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Posts by Jay W

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  • Thomas Jefferson Agrees with County Clerk Defying the Supreme Court on Gay Marriage

    09/06/2015 10:29:09 AM PDT · 20 of 37
    Jay W to beaversmom

    In what’s left of our country, the Constitution barely hangs by a thread, and in my view that thread has already been severed. Because if one goes by the logic of the Constitution, the Supreme Court has no legislative powers. Those law-making powers were delegated to the Congress. Congress’ limited powers were spelled out in Article 1, Section 8. Making laws about marriage are not in that set of law-making powers.

    If that isn’t enough of a guarantee, then there’s the added logic of the 10th Amendment: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

    This is easy for anyone who can read to figure out (but, these days, being able to read looks like it excludes a lot of Americans, especially on the left): Only Congress can make law under the Constitution. The Supreme Court cannot make law. Congress has limited law-making powers spelled out. Marriage laws are not listed in that set of law-making powers. The 10th Amendment reserves such law-making powers about marriage to the States, or to the people.

    All that the Supreme Court did was render an Opinion. Anyone can have an opinion. It’s only a delusion, albeit a rather powerful delusion, that a Supreme Court opinion regarding a power that neither it nor the Congress has is therefore actually a law.

    The typical person in the US has no understanding of this anymore. From what I can tell from talking to young people, this is no longer taught in civics or government classes in school.


    08/19/2015 6:22:05 PM PDT · 31 of 44
    Jay W to Homer_J_Simpson

    Hi, I don’t post much on FR, but I just wanted to add my voice in appreciation of all of your WW2 posts, especially these past few months as the war came to a conclusion with our victory.

    My dad served in the US Navy during WW2 in the Pacific.

    I’ll miss these postings, which I think you said will end after the signings on the Mighty Mo on September 2nd, but clearly the past few days the NYT front pages have shifted toward more domestic USA and civilian issues and problems types of stories.

    Thank you.

  • 7 California (African-American) boys arrested in (hate crime) attack on (hispanic) teen

    04/01/2012 9:05:46 PM PDT · 62 of 75
    Jay W to dps.inspect

    I wonder about the headline. “Teen” anymore means “black” in most mainstream news stories that want to tip-toe around the racial identification of perpetrators. Moreover, most blacks take exception at the use of “boys” in reference to them, even if the children, excuse me, teens, are in point of fact males.

  • Sign at Wegmans draws attention (New York supermarket becomes sharia complaint (Wegmans)

    04/01/2012 8:50:18 PM PDT · 99 of 116
    Jay W to lward99

    What would happen if a person uses that checkout line anyway? How can anyone tell that the cashier is a muslim?

    I guess if I was in line and had pork or booze if some manager came over and told me that I was in the wrong line, I’d be inclined to put the items down right there, on the conveyor belt, or on the floor, and agree with him by saying, “You know what, I am in the wrong store, not the wrong line.”

  • Citizens help foil robbery attempt in Virginia Beach

    02/19/2012 7:39:47 AM PST · 4 of 13
    Jay W to csvset

    “two or three YOUTHS.”

    Enough said, probably.

  • (Stolen Valor Act) High Court Dilemma: Can Lie About Medal Be Crime?

    02/19/2012 7:33:40 AM PST · 6 of 27
    Jay W to Old Sarge

    Yes, you’re right. If a person lies about his military service, he probably lies about other matters as well.

    If one were to hire a person who lied about his military service, for example, and if part of the hiring decision was based on the person’s military service, then you might end up hiring someone who likely will lie about other things, including: workplace thefts, treatment of co-workers, excuses for showing up to work late or missing work, about why a report or project is not being done on time, and so on, the list can go on.

    The same is true elsewhere. A person (note, I do not say man) who lies about his military service to someone he marries may also lie about whether or not he cheats, has a mistress, is hiding money, is planning on using the relationship solely for financial gain, and again the list can go on.

    This issue may not always seem like the most important one in the world, and probably isn’t to a lot of people sadly enough, but it is just one more example of how far our country has fallen morally and spiritually to the degree that people think that it is unimportant.

  • Devine intervention: Feds to question middle-schoolers on discrimination complaints .

    02/19/2012 7:21:06 AM PST · 15 of 18
    Jay W to moonshinner_09

    “But the one in Devine is asking if students can talk with federal investigators.”

    The answer should be, “No.”

    Anything you say can and WILL be used against you. If you do not tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth to them, you can be charged and convicted of lying to federal officials, which can carry a prison sentence. Just ask Martha Stewart.

    They, the People there, are not answerable to federal investigators.

  • Is Newsweek Redeeming Itself Or Is It Just An Aberration?

    02/19/2012 7:04:23 AM PST · 10 of 22
    Jay W to MasterGunner01

    A few years ago The Washington Post corporation sold off Newsweek for $1. That’s right, $1.

    So, if the entire magazine, its editors and staff and publishing resources was worth $1, what does that make a single news stand issue actually worth? Well, nothing.

    There are plenty of liberal secularist attacks on Christianity in the USA, and especially leading up to Christmas for Newsweek, if it were truly a type of journalism, to cover. It isn’t a news magazine anymore, and has not been one for years.

    So, you’re right. It’s Dinosaur Media. TIME and US News & World Report have secured spots at the stern of the Titanic. Newsweek is in the bridge, like when the Captain went back in there in the movie, and the water’s pouring in. It’s already drowning.

  • Through charity, Sandusky had access to vulnerable (Judge Dutchcot is Second Mile volunteer?)

    11/12/2011 6:55:54 PM PST · 5 of 29
    Jay W to Libloather

    Since she’s on the board of Sandusky’s Second Mile, shouldn’t she have recused herself from ruling on his release because of the potential for a conflict of interest?

    The more I read about this the more it seems like there is a huge tangled web just lurking out of view (for now).

    If this web is as big as it seems to be, the only ones capable of conducting a legit investigation would be the feds, but what are the chances that Zero will permit that to happen, let alone order it to happen?

  • Nebraska 17, Penn State 14; Crowd Chants "We love JoePa."

    11/12/2011 3:05:49 PM PST · 213 of 565
    Jay W to KantianBurke

    We Are ... NOT Penn State!

    I like the freeper who said that this whole story and people’s reactions to it on Free Republic constitute a ‘rorschach’ test of where people stand regarding morality.

    Maybe if the football program were shut down at Penn State perhaps the immoral people who still don’t get it will finally get it? Is that what it will take?

  • Will “Mecca Time” replace Greenwich Mean Time?

    11/11/2011 9:37:53 PM PST · 59 of 65
    Jay W to Personal Responsibility

    “I wonder how long it will take the UN to mandate this change?”

    The way things are going in the UK itself, not long after the UK itself mandates such a change.

  • The Footage the NFL Won't Show You

    11/06/2011 12:01:04 PM PST · 15 of 26
    Jay W to MinorityRepublican

    Yes, that is annoying. It’s not as bad as Major League Baseball on TV though: With MLB you get a view from center field of the pitcher, batter, catcher, and ump on every pitch. Occasionally, if there’s a man on second, you can see the back of his batting helmet. So, where are any of the other fielders distributed? What about runners on first or third?

    Long ago TV broadcasts of MLB were from the press box in the upper deck up behind home plate, and you could see the entire field, albeit with tiny players on the screen. But you could at least see where they were playing, feints by runners on base, etc.

    Ditto to the other person who said that this is all about entertainment. In broadcasts from long ago you never saw close-ups of the managers or the players in the dugout. You never saw — or needed to see — close-ups of the pitcher’s face.

  • If I were the King of Baseball: Realignment, DH, etc. (vanity)

    08/24/2011 7:22:59 AM PDT · 82 of 102
    Jay W to Charles Henrickson

    Here’s what baseball needs:

    * Nothing but DH’s for offense. 9 DH’s bat. Fielders play only defense and do not bat.

    * All 9 DH’s “take the field” in an expanded ring of on-deck circles.

    * 29 teams in American League. National League = Chicago Cubs only. Cubs play only inter-league games. In seasons where Cubs have winning record, they go to the World Series.

    * Steve Bartman is appointed designated fan fielder for Cubs. If he catches foul ball, an out is automatically made.

    * Restore the goal-posts to center field. Hit a homer through the up-rights, get an extra “point after homer.”

    * Mandatory face-masks on batting helmets. If 2nd baseman or shortstop grabs a face-mask of a runner, it’s an automatic 10 yard penalty, and the infielder has to move 10 yards into the outfield on the next at-bat.

    * Home team forfeits game if Bud Selig is in the stands. Or in the booth.

  • More smokers avoiding taxes with self-rolled cigarettes and small cigars

    08/12/2011 8:11:12 AM PDT · 29 of 50
    Jay W to FourPeas

    “It seems once one is employed in public service, the notion of unintended consequences becomes unfathomable.”

    This is definitely a quotable quote! Well stated, and absolutely true.

  • NOAA Makes It Official: 2011 Among Most Extreme Weather Years in History (Barf Alert)

    06/17/2011 1:13:16 PM PDT · 4 of 15
    Jay W to FatherofFive

    Notice how slyly they are changing over from “global warming” to “climate change.” As a new global climate minimum (possible Little Ice Age) begins, they will drop use of “global warming” entirely and speak only of anthropogenic “climate change.” “Global warming” will become forgotten: “We’ve always been concerned about climate change,” they will tell us.

    In the same sense that “we have always been at war with East Asia.”

    (George Orwell 1984 reference for those who may not otherwise know.)

    It’s the same tune, though: impose socialism on the world.

  • Teacher Says She Doesn't Regret Punching Student in Face

    06/12/2011 7:17:01 PM PDT · 20 of 42
    Jay W to MrEdd

    In the video, the kid is white, so there won’t be any future story of him turning his life around or getting a job so he can pay his child support. His mother won’t be describing him as an “honor student” or as a “good boy.” /sarcasm

  • When race is relevant in news coverage

    06/12/2011 2:47:49 PM PDT · 62 of 71
    Jay W to A_perfect_lady

    Yes, that is true. Before traveling to another city, always do some research on it. It’s not too difficult to find out where the “bad sections” of town are.

    I do not defend the mainstream media. They are what they are. They offer a product for sale, and I do not buy their product anymore.

    In the old days people would buy newspapers because papers kept you reasonably informed so that you as an individual could make informed decisions relevant to your life and so that you as a citizen could make informed decisions about voting. The news had value. It no longer does.

    People continue to buy the mainstream media out of inertia. Or they’re lazy. Perhaps they are even scared of alternative media. I have liberal friends and acquaintances who read the New York Times and listen to NPR. They are shocked that I do not buy these media or read, listen to, or watch them. But I am often shocked about how much news that they haven’t heard of.

  • When race is relevant in news coverage

    06/12/2011 2:47:49 PM PDT · 61 of 71
    Jay W to A_perfect_lady

    Yes, that is true. Before traveling to another city, always do some research on it. It’s not too difficult to find out where the “bad sections” of town are.

    I do not defend the mainstream media. They are what they are. They offer a product for sale, and I do not buy their product anymore.

    In the old days people would buy newspapers because papers kept you reasonably informed so that you as an individual could make informed decisions relevant to your life and so that you as a citizen could make informed decisions about voting. The news had value. It no longer does.

    People continue to buy the mainstream media out of inertia. Or they’re lazy. Perhaps they are even scared of alternative media. I have liberal friends and acquaintances who read the New York Times and listen to NPR. They are shocked that I do not buy these media or read, listen to, or watch them. But I am often shocked about how much news that they haven’t heard of.

  • When race is relevant in news coverage

    06/12/2011 8:55:45 AM PDT · 52 of 71
    Jay W to DH

    Anyone who is even somewhat savvy about the news can usually read it directly and know the race of the perp instantly.

    Here are the clues:

    1. If no race at all is mentioned, you can be sure it’s not a white (and probably not asian).

    2. Look for words such as “teen,” or “youths.” You know they’re not white. The word “urban” is passe’ and no longer used as an adjective.

    3. Look for the word “honor student,” when the “youth’s” mother describes her own child who has been arrested. Or, look for phrases like “he was always good.” A white perp is almost never described in these terms.

    4. If the paper actually names a perp, and if the perp is not white, then he will not have names such as Jim, Steve, Dave, John, Matthew, Joe, or Bill.

    5. If the paper describes the perp as white or caucasian, you can be sure that the perp actually may have been a white guy, the exceptions being if the description is hypothetical before the facts, like in the Washington DC sniper case.

  • Vikings had a mean streak? Yes, but they weren't all bad

    03/19/2011 7:23:27 AM PDT · 27 of 47
    Jay W to flowerplough

    “22 replys in and no one’s pointed out how the Vikings and such were the greatest beneficiaries of their own era’s “Global Warming”?”

    26 replies in and no one has mentioned the Packers or Raiders?

  • Wisconsin Judge Rules The Will Of The People Is Unconstitutional

    03/19/2011 7:18:22 AM PDT · 24 of 45
    Jay W to BillKneer

    How can a county judge’s ruling have jurisdiction over an entire state?

  • An Open Letter to Google

    03/19/2011 7:14:44 AM PDT · 4 of 10
    Jay W to celtic gal

    I don’t know if Bing is safer or better, but I have been using it just so that I do not use Google. Bing seems to work pretty well.

  • Calm Man Successfully Buys TV And Denies Walmart Receipt Checkers

    03/12/2011 9:49:13 AM PST · 264 of 494
    Jay W to right way right

    “Shopping cart? Tell the cashier to tape or staple receipt on box. Problem solved.”

    Finally, a sensible solution that would make for a win-win situation for both Walmart and its customers!

  • Florida Could Be 10 to 15 Million Years Older Than Previously Believed, Pollen Study Shows

    03/08/2011 8:39:19 AM PST · 28 of 43
    Jay W to decimon

    Advice on “science-speak”: When one sees weasel words such as “could,” “maybe,” “perhaps,” “might be,” “possibly,” and so on in a science article or in the underlying study, take 1 grain of salt with the article.

    Yeah, Florida indeed could be millions of years older than previously thought. Or it could not. Maybe it is. Well, maybe it isn’t.

    Beware of a subtle “science-speak” trick as well: At some point the “could” gets forgotten and becomes an “is” — with no actual new evidence to support the assertion, or any actual evidence; nothing.

  • George Will's Atrophied Intellectual Curiosity. He may well have exhausted his shelf life.

    03/08/2011 8:26:03 AM PST · 24 of 35
    Jay W to SeekAndFind

    Years ago I would read Will’s columns religiously in the newspaper. On Sundays I would watch him on that David Brinkley show with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts. I watched that show for a while even after Brinkley left. Methinks that Will spent far too much time around Donaldson and Cokie. Slowly, and after a while, I stopped watching that show, and eventually gave up on Sunday newspapers too. I haven’t read Will in years. There’s no point. He passed the expiration date stamped on his forehead about 10 years ago. Meaning, he should have retired and just gone to ballparks to spend his declining years watching ballgames, and maybe issuing an occasional missive about the sorry state of major league baseball.

  • A city defined (Detroit can be saved by Smart Growth)

    02/12/2011 10:07:54 AM PST · 108 of 114
    Jay W to wheresmyusa

    “Smart growth” huh? Detroit is dead. It would be like going into a morgue and trying to use “smart growth” with a cadaver.

  • Michigan Sikhs Want Religious Swords in School

    01/09/2011 3:36:58 PM PST · 40 of 60
    Jay W to Tennessee Nana

    There are kids who are suspended for only DRAWING a picture of guns or other weapons, let alone bringing them to school.

    I don’t have any problem with Sikhs taking this symbolic sword to school, but let the other kids bring their pocket knives. Fair is fair.

    Oh wait, we’re talking about the public (government) skools, right?

  • Tucson shooting suspect linked to fanatical pro-white magazine with anti-Semitic & anti-government

    01/09/2011 3:27:39 PM PST · 55 of 85
    Jay W to NoLibZone

    How far should the “linking” go anyway? If the shooter had bought all of his gasoline at Chevron stations, would the Chevron corporation be implicated in this tragedy? At what point does “linking” become spurious, revealing more about the person saying there’s a link than it does the person, in this case the shooter, himself?

  • Parent One, Parent Two to replace references to mother, father on passport forms

    01/09/2011 3:24:41 PM PST · 16 of 26
    Jay W to freespirited

    If you crossed out Parent 1 and Parent 2 on the form, and instead wrote in Mother and Father, would you be denied the passport?

  • Whose Right to Bear Arms?(CA)

    01/07/2011 7:35:44 AM PST · 9 of 9
    Jay W to marktwain

    Is a mere citizen authorized to inspect a big city police officer’s gun to see if it, also, is unloaded?

  • BREAKING: Hundreds more dead birds reported in Texas

    01/06/2011 7:24:59 PM PST · 62 of 92
    Jay W to Valpal1

    Fireworks have indeed been blamed for some of these mass die-offs. Where’s the evidence that the fireworks are being set off? Are cities celebrating July 4th really late or something? I mean, you’d think there’d be some announcements regarding the fireworks so people would know to show up in order to appreciate the fireworks!

  • Climate change threatens Sierra, delta, group says

    01/06/2011 7:06:53 PM PST · 15 of 59
    Jay W to moonshinner_09

    “In the report, “It’s Getting Hot Out There,”

    Right now it’s 39 degrees in Sacramento. Yep, it’s sure getting hot out there.


  • California Makes It Illegal To Impersonate People Online

    01/02/2011 6:54:02 AM PST · 12 of 36
    Jay W to SeekAndFind

    California itself is an impersonation of a state.

  • Davis says he is leaving Chicago mayoral race

    12/31/2010 7:51:58 PM PST · 22 of 47
    Jay W to Jet Jaguar

    The fix is in. Rahm will be the mayor. The vote doesn’t matter. After all, in Chicago it’s not who casts the votes who decide anything, it’s who counts the votes who decide everything.

  • The Death of the Hard Drive

    12/09/2010 8:10:35 PM PST · 117 of 169
    Jay W to Red in Blue PA

    In the really olden days before personal computers, “cloud” computing, of sorts, existed. In my first jobs I worked with what was then referred to as a “dumb terminal.” It was a TV tube screen and a keyboard, but no onboard memory. It was tied into a mainframe computer. You got access time to the mainframe’s processor, and this depended on your access privileges as well as how many people were using the system.

    I wouldn’t have dared to keep any personal files on the mainframe.

    On my home pc, I can disconnect it from the internet if I need to or want to, and still have access to all of MY files.

  • Obama lights the National Christmas Tree, says 'Merry Christmas' three times

    12/09/2010 8:00:02 PM PST · 36 of 63
    Jay W to Nachum

    Did the teleprompter have the words Merry Christmas repeated three times on it? Did the “speechwriter” writing the teleprompter script do a copy and past job?

  • Suggestion for Congressional Republicans: DEMAND Israeli-Style Airport Security NOW

    11/25/2010 12:58:41 PM PST · 17 of 20
    Jay W to Reaganite Republican

    The key difference is intelligence. The Israeli screeners employ intelligent methods, and hire intelligent people. And they profile. Their system works, too. It works in actuality, not like the absurd declarations made by US authorities about how well the US system works.

    But then, too, Israel has a government that cares about its country and its people. Sadly, the same cannot be said of the US any longer.

  • New Yorkers Learn the Troubles Posed by Sea Level Rise Flow Far Beyond Manhattan

    11/21/2010 8:38:33 AM PST · 37 of 55
    Jay W to neverdem

    Many news stories these days are actually nonstories. They’re stories about the fulminations of a person’s — the storywriter’s — psychosis, not about actual events.

    What sea level rise? Has it risen ANY? What are the data on that? If there were an actual rise, and if it had been measured, then there might be some grounds for such a story.

    But there isn’t any sea level rise. Instead, it’s hypothetical. Since when do hypotheses constitute news? Being hypothetical, it exists only in the writer’s head. And because it isn’t real, that’s the basis for concluding that the writer is psychotic — removed from reality.

  • War veteran barred from CCBC campus for frank words on killing

    11/21/2010 8:27:49 AM PST · 24 of 29
    Jay W to Dr. Marten

    Colleges and universities are namby-pamby land.

  • Might HMS Ark Royal's final farewell (British carrier)

    11/21/2010 8:13:55 AM PST · 9 of 25
    Jay W to rottndog

    In following a kinds of news stories about Britain over the past 10 years, it seems pretty clear that they have completely lost their minds, and their soul.

    Britain is finished.

  • Top political scientist: U.S. voters are 'pretty damn stupid'

    11/21/2010 8:08:13 AM PST · 31 of 83
    Jay W to Sub-Driver

    Decades ago the psychotic were kept in insane asylums. It made sense to grant such people asylum there. They were safe, more or less, and fed.

    So, what is the difference today between a professor and a psychotic? Can someone tell me? I mean, other than the fact that the professor isn’t restricted to the campus grounds?

  • Dan Walters: A pent-up agenda awaits Jerry Brown

    11/21/2010 8:04:05 AM PST · 11 of 11
    Jay W to vette6387

    I got out of California myself a couple of years ago. I suggest that any rational person do the same.

    You hope that Moonbeam will get the state to bankruptcy all the quicker. Yes he will.

    What would bankruptcy mean? It will mean that a lot of Stuff will Hit the Fan. Stuff such that your own personal safety will be in peril. Bankruptcy will not be a fun, easy, oh-everyday-don’t-concern-yourself-about-it normality. You’re looking at possibly large numbers of people, none of whom resemble you or have your outlook, being cut off from the state’s mammary gland. That gun you keep in your nightstand won’t be enough to stave off the social unrest that’s already brewing there. It probably won’t be enough when it does dawn on you that you have to get out fast once the SHTF.

    We’re not seeking to isolate California from “the rest of the country,” because functionally it’s no longer part of the country. We’re seeking to isolate it from the country.

  • Head of Navy made last minute plea to save Harriers from scrap-heap

    11/14/2010 9:21:04 AM PST · 35 of 52
    Jay W to american_ranger

    < Say goodbye to the Falklands. You heard it here first. >

    That was my first thought, too. Argentina has had plenty of time to lick its wounds, rebuild its military, and bide its time.

  • Dan Walters: A pent-up agenda awaits Jerry Brown

    11/14/2010 9:10:06 AM PST · 2 of 11
    Jay W to SmithL

    California was already ruined before the recent elections.

    By putting Moonbeam back in as Governor, the state is changing its course from a clear, steady, accelerating decline to a steep plunge into total disaster.

    If you live in California, and if you are an American, get out NOW!

    If you live in the other 49 states, DO NOT visit or travel to or through California, if you value your safety, health, and well-being.

    The state is going to go from bad to much worse, and will do so quite soon.

  • ABC Top 3 Stories (Gulf Islands National Seashore, oil)

    09/19/2010 5:44:06 PM PDT · 2 of 27
    Jay W to valkyry1

    Apparently, the beach belongs to the Government, and not to the people. Wait a sec, what was that again about “We the People....”?

  • Tampa looks to Phoenix as model for light rail system

    09/19/2010 3:22:58 PM PDT · 13 of 54
    Jay W to FlingWingFlyer

    I always thought that Tampa ought to look to Tampax as a model....

  • "Collapse" NatGeo's Over-the-Top Enviro-Prop

    09/19/2010 10:49:37 AM PDT · 16 of 34
    Jay W to TruthHound

    Old National Geographic magazines are great: They’re very educational. You learned about actual geography. The world was an amazingly varied place. And if you were in school, you could cut them up and paste the photos into your report.

    In the past 20 years or thereabouts, NG has become nothing more than a bizarre collection of stories that seldom have anything to do with geography or reality. And it is all agenda-driven drivel. Humans = bad. Persons of European descent = worse than bad. Americans = worst of all. It’s all far-left environmentalist delusions. Why would any rational, self-respecting person pay money for the garbage that National Geographic has become?

  • Huffington Post: Obama Should be on the One Dollar Bill

    09/19/2010 10:41:14 AM PDT · 35 of 37
    Jay W to therightliveswithus

    Zero should be on the $0 bill. Be a perfect match.

  • UK: What do you think made you become a heterosexual? Just one of questions in "Diversity" course

    09/19/2010 10:38:23 AM PDT · 69 of 324
    Jay W to Stoat

    “’Is it possible your heterosexuality stems from a neurotic fear of others of the same sex?’, and ‘If you’ve never slept with a person of the same sex, how do you know you wouldn’t prefer it?’”

    Turn this around on them. Tell them to ask homosexuals:

    ‘Is it possible your homosexuality stems from a neurotic fear of others of the opposite sex?’,

    And ‘If you’ve never slept with a person of the opposite sex, how do you know you wouldn’t prefer it?’

    That’ll freak them out, too.

  • Pastor Terry Jones Billed $180,000 For Koran Burning Security

    09/19/2010 10:16:25 AM PDT · 6 of 201
    Jay W to StopObama2012

    Refuse delivery. Refuse to pay.