No, you didn’t.

Editor’s Note:

Either I’m getting senile, overmedicating, or WordPress fucked up.  Either way, I dunno what happened, but here’s what I wrote on the inauguration, for what it’s worth.

Funny to note, it’s all still valid and proving more and more true with each passing day.  Nice, that.

-Mobius-

Original Date of Publishing: January 20, 2009

There’s history in the air in Washington, DC today.  The National Mall is the official site for the world’s largest mutual masturbation session ever.  At 12:01PM today, the crowd ejaculated all over each other, not for the first time, and evidently not for the last.  While all you good people are busy sucking each others’ dick over the ascension of “The Messiah of Hype”, let’s examine a couple issues that are still outstanding: Continue reading

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Alarming Military Escalation by Homeland Security for “Disaster Event”

Given the video’s “sponsor” (some stock wizard), you have to wonder. Aside from that, interesting talk.  This gal isn’t the first to come out publicly with these whispered rumors.  Given next month’s events in DC, with the bars open until 5AM, and a few other interesting details (below), there’s definitely something afoot.

Lloyd’s Rants: SCOTUS Denies Birth Certificate Challenge

Lloyd’s one funny guy.

Following the recent denial by the U.S. Supreme Court in the Obama Birth Certificate lawsuit, the President-Elect can now invite his extended family to next month’s Inauguration.

Anyone know how to get to Pennsylvania Avenue?

Anyone know how to get to Pennsylvania Avenue?

Unprecedented, questionable security at Onauguration

Repost from KEZI.
Not just metal detectors: Sharpshooters, cameras ready to watch crowd at Obama’s inaugural

November 21, 2008

By EILEEN SULLIVAN, Associated Press WriterWASHINGTON

Law enforcement officials bracing for the largest crowds in inaugural history are preparing far-reaching security—thousands of video cameras, sharpshooters, air patrols—to safeguard President-elect Barack Obama’s swearing-in.

People attending the ceremony and parade on Jan. 20 can expect to be searched by machines, security personnel or both. Precautions will range from the routine—magnetometers like those used at airports—to countersnipers trained to hit a target the size of a teacup saucer from 1,000 yards away. Plus undercover officers, bomb sniffing dogs and air patrols. Continue reading