ZCs

Bronx, NY

#297 Apr 18, 2014
John G. Rowland will bite the dust for a second time!!!!!!!!!!

Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.

Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!

Rowland see ya!

Looks like you will be hanging out with Big Bubba Again!!!!

Tell him ZC's said what's up.

Former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland, a rising Republican star before he resigned 10 years ago in a corruption scandal that sent him to prison, was indicted Thursday on charges he tried to hide his role in two congressional campaigns.

A federal grand jury in New Haven returned a seven-count indictment charging Rowland with offenses stemming from his alleged efforts to conceal the extent of his involvement in the two campaigns. The indictment, announced by the U.S. Attorney's Office, alleges Rowland violated federal campaign finance laws in not disclosing involvement in the political campaigns.

"This is another sad chapter in a story that Connecticut knows all too well," said Andrew Doba, a spokesman for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, a Democrat. "Law enforcement should be commended for their diligence on this matter. Governor Malloy hopes for a quick resolution."

The charges are a startling turnabout for Rowland, who had rebuilt his life with a popular radio show and had earlier landed a job as an economic development coordinator after he was released from prison in 2006 after serving 10 months on a corruption-related charge.

Rowland, who was elected governor three times and served as chairman of the national Republican Governors Association, was a friend of former President George H. W. Bush and had been mentioned as a possible vice presidential candidate or cabinet member. After he was released from prison, Rowland promised "to be a better person."

Rowland is expected to be arraigned Friday in New Haven on these latest charges. A message left for Rowland's attorney wasn't immediately returned.

Former Republican congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley and her husband, Brian Foley, pleaded guilty March 31 to a scheme to create a phony contract that hid the consulting role prosecutors say Rowland played in her campaign. Authorities say Rowland provided nominal services to Foley's nursing home company to create a cover that he was being paid for those services instead of work for Wilson-Foley's campaign.
Dumb Voters

Saint Louis, MO

#298 Apr 18, 2014
You folks are not very bright.

You should feed your strawman with some knowledge so maybe, just maybe you might get better informed.

http://www.infowars.com/show
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#299 Apr 18, 2014
Rush is getting ready to bite the dust.

Tick tock is what Rush hears when he looks at the clock.

Could the end really be in sight? Is Rush Limbaugh now sounding like he’ll say anything — a-n-y-t-h-i-n-g — to try and press the ideological hot buttons to please his audience, even if it seems like he’s cleaerly straining? Has the whale truly jumped the shark?

Forbes’ Rick Ungar thinks so. At issue is CBS’s announcement that it has signed Stephen Colbert to replace the great David Letterman. The announcement seemingly made conservative talkers go ballistic — with Limbaugh (as usual) leading the pack and characterizing CBS’s choice as an attack on the “heartland.” Limbaugh’s riff has been a godsend to cartoonists.

His words got lots of new and old media play:“CBS has just declared war on the heartland of America,” Limbaugh announced.“No longer is comedy going to be a covert assault on traditional American values, conservatism. Now it’s just wide out in the open. What this hire means is a redefinition of what is funny, and a redefinition of what is comedy. They’re blowing up the 11:30 format… they hired a partisan, so-called comedian, to run a comedy show.”
I DESTROY

Bronx, NY

#300 Apr 19, 2014
ZCs wrote:
Rush is getting ready to bite the dust.
Tick tock is what Rush hears when he looks at the clock.
Could the end really be in sight? Is Rush Limbaugh now sounding like he’ll say anything — a-n-y-t-h-i-n-g — to try and press the ideological hot buttons to please his audience, even if it seems like he’s cleaerly straining? Has the whale truly jumped the shark?
Forbes’ Rick Ungar thinks so. At issue is CBS’s announcement that it has signed Stephen Colbert to replace the great David Letterman. The announcement seemingly made conservative talkers go ballistic — with Limbaugh (as usual) leading the pack and characterizing CBS’s choice as an attack on the “heartland.” Limbaugh’s riff has been a godsend to cartoonists.
His words got lots of new and old media play:“CBS has just declared war on the heartland of America,” Limbaugh announced.“No longer is comedy going to be a covert assault on traditional American values, conservatism. Now it’s just wide out in the open. What this hire means is a redefinition of what is funny, and a redefinition of what is comedy. They’re blowing up the 11:30 format… they hired a partisan, so-called comedian, to run a comedy show.”
And another one's gone
Another one's gone
Another one bites the dust
Hey gonna get you too
Another one bites the dust
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#302 Apr 26, 2014
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.

Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!

Adam Savader see ya!

Looks like you will be hanging out with Big Bubba

Maybe you should have used the mental defense instead of having your

moms beg the judge to keep you out of jail. Or you could have just

come out of pocket paid for some hookers instead of being a dirt bag.

Anyway, enjoy your time with Big Bubba

A young Republican activist from New York was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison Wednesday for stalking and extortion after hacking into online accounts of 15 women and finding nude photos of them.

U.S. District Judge Marianne Battani agreed that Adam Savader, 22, suffers from mental health problems and was devastated after working on the unsuccessful 2012 presidential campaign of Newt Gingrich.

“But there’s nothing in the reports from psychologists that you don’t know right from wrong,” the judge said.“You can’t use mental illness as an excuse as long as you know right from wrong.”

The sentence matched the recommendation of prosecutors.

Many victims were college students in Michigan, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere who knew Savader from school or working in politics. The Great Neck, N.Y., man found nude photos while hacking into online files and threatened to release them to relatives unless the women sent more pictures to him. No pictures, however, were released.

Savader used an alias while sending text messages to the women over a Google phone service in 2012 and 2013.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Mollie O’Rourke said he was a “virtual peeping Tom” who waged a “campaign of emotional terror.”

In one text message, Savader wrote:“Let’s make this simple.… You have until noon. I am not bluffing. Don’t be stupid. Once I send pics of you they cannot be unsent.”

One of Savader’s victims spoke in court. She was bewildered by the messages –“I do not have any enemies”– and couldn’t determine the identity of the sender. At one point, she said she flew home to New York to seek help from her family and missed college exams.

“Words and threats change people’s lives,” she told the judge.

Savader apologized and said he was “horrified” by his crimes. He quoted President Bill Clinton who in 1998 apologized for an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

“I’m trying to make it right,” Savader said.

Elana Savader begged the judge to keep her son out of prison. Battani acknowledged the sentence was a difficult decision. She described Savader as a “wonderful young man with demons” but said his crimes were “heinous.”
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#303 Apr 26, 2014
ZCs wrote:
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!
Adam Savader see ya!
Looks like you will be hanging out with Big Bubba
Maybe you should have used the mental defense instead of having your
moms beg the judge to keep you out of jail. Or you could have just
come out of pocket paid for some hookers instead of being a dirt bag.
Anyway, enjoy your time with Big Bubba
A young Republican activist from New York was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison Wednesday for stalking and extortion after hacking into online accounts of 15 women and finding nude photos of them.
U.S. District Judge Marianne Battani agreed that Adam Savader, 22, suffers from mental health problems and was devastated after working on the unsuccessful 2012 presidential campaign of Newt Gingrich.
“But there’s nothing in the reports from psychologists that you don’t know right from wrong,” the judge said.“You can’t use mental illness as an excuse as long as you know right from wrong.”
The sentence matched the recommendation of prosecutors.
Many victims were college students in Michigan, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere who knew Savader from school or working in politics. The Great Neck, N.Y., man found nude photos while hacking into online files and threatened to release them to relatives unless the women sent more pictures to him. No pictures, however, were released.
Savader used an alias while sending text messages to the women over a Google phone service in 2012 and 2013.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Mollie O’Rourke said he was a “virtual peeping Tom” who waged a “campaign of emotional terror.”
In one text message, Savader wrote:“Let’s make this simple.… You have until noon. I am not bluffing. Don’t be stupid. Once I send pics of you they cannot be unsent.”
One of Savader’s victims spoke in court. She was bewildered by the messages –“I do not have any enemies”– and couldn’t determine the identity of the sender. At one point, she said she flew home to New York to seek help from her family and missed college exams.
“Words and threats change people’s lives,” she told the judge.
Savader apologized and said he was “horrified” by his crimes. He quoted President Bill Clinton who in 1998 apologized for an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
“I’m trying to make it right,” Savader said.
Elana Savader begged the judge to keep her son out of prison. Battani acknowledged the sentence was a difficult decision. She described Savader as a “wonderful young man with demons” but said his crimes were “heinous.”
Don't also forget NY Republican congressman from Staten Island, Bob Grimm, who in January threatened a NY1 reporter with violence that was caught on camera, is indicted for improper use of campaign funds.
The feds already busted his girlfriend.
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#304 May 17, 2014
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!

Ed Cox see ya!

Looks like you will be hanging out with Big Bubba

Maybe you should have thought twice about trying to block the vote

State GOP Chairman Ed Cox and his family live in Manhattan but vote on Long Island — and Democrats want the Board of Elections to investigate.

Cox and his wife, the former Patricia Nixon, live in an Upper East Side co-op and have been Manhattan residents for decades. But Cox and his wife are registered to vote at a Suffolk County address that is part of an estate owned by his brother, Howard Cox, records show.

A complaint filed by Assemblyman Keith Wright, Gov. Cuomo's hand-picked co-chairman of the state Democratic party, said Ed Cox's name does not appear on any records for the Suffolk County address or any other properties on the estate.

"For the leader of one of the state's major political parties to engage in voter fraud is as unconscionable as it is unlawful," Wright wrote. "We expect you to fully investigate these serious charges."

Cox said the Suffolk County property has been in his family since 1870. He said he has always voted there.

“I was born there, I was brought up there, we have our burial plots there,” he said.“That’s what I define as home.”

State Board of Elections spokesman John Conklin said the courts have given lots of leeway as to where someone can register as long as they can prove "legitimate, significant and continuing attachments" to an address.

"There's no such thing as a primary residence in New York anymore," Conklin said. "The courts have essentially eviscerated that
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#305 May 25, 2014
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!

Mr. D’Souza see ya!

Looks like you will be hanging out with Big Bubba

Mr. D’Souza could face 10 to 16 months in prison and a fine of $250,000 under the terms of his plea deal. He could also lose the right to vote. U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman, who will determine his punishment, set the sentencing for September.

Mr. D’Souza was indicted in Manhattan federal court in January for allegedly breaking federal election laws and giving false statements to the Federal Election Commission. He was accused of illegally funneling $20,000 to Wendy Long, the Republican candidate who unsuccessfully challenged Democratic incumbent Kirsten Gillibrand, New York’s junior senator.

Prosecutors said Tuesday that Mr. D’Souza had misled Ms. Long about the contributions, and that she would have testified against him if the case had gone to trial. Ms. Long wasn’t immediately available for comment.

Mr. D’Souza’s attorney, Benjamin Brafman, had argued previously that Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s office had engaged in “selective” prosecution by targeting a Republican, a criticism also echoed by retiring Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz.

Prosecutors pushed back against the claim. Law Blog noted earlier that Mr. Bharara’s office has won corruption convictions against nearly a dozen Democratic lawmakers in New York since President Barack Obama nominated him to the post in 2009.

Judge Berman ruled last week that prosecutors had not engaged in selective prosecution.

Mr. Brafman said in a statement Tuesday there was no “viable defense” for Mr. D’Souza because of the technical nature of the case.

“We are hopeful that Judge Berman will recognize Mr. D’Souza to be a fundamentally honorable man who should not be imprisoned for what was an isolated instance of wrongdoing in an otherwise productive and responsible life,” Mr. Brafman said.

Mr. D’Souza, a controversial figure within liberal and conservative circles, is the director of the fourth-highest grossing documentary of all time, the polemical 2012 film “2016: Obama’s America.” Another film that he wrote,“America: Imagine a World Without Her,” is scheduled to be released this summer.
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#307 Jun 7, 2014
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!

Ms. Bosworth see ya!

Looks like you will be hanging out with Snoop and all her Lesbian

friends in the big house

Annette Bosworth, 42, a doctor from Sioux Falls, was charged with six counts each of perjury and filing false documents and accused of falsely claiming she was gathering nominating petition signatures in South Dakota when she was really in the Philippines, the South Dakota Attorney General's Office said.

Clayton Walker, 33, of Rapid City, also faces six counts each of perjury and filing false documents. Walker had been running an independent campaign for the U.S. Senate seat, but had been removed from the November ballot after a challenge to his nominating petitions.

"The election complaints received by the Secretary of State involve conduct that is serious, deliberate and must be addressed in order to preserve the integrity of our elections," South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley said in a statement.

Mike Rounds, a former two-term governor, won Tuesday's Republican primary with more than 55 percent of the vote. Bosworth finished fourth with 5.75 percent. Rounds will face Democrat Rick Weiland in the November election.

In a news conference posted on the Argus Leader newspaper's website, Bosworth said there was no criminal intent to deceive. She said she believed the charges were a "political prosecution" by Jackley, a Republican, who had been appointed by Rounds.

Reuters was not able to reach Bosworth through a phone number associated with her Senate campaign.

Each of the felony charges carries a possible maximum sentence of two years in prison and/or a $4,000 fine, the attorney general's office said.

An initial court date was scheduled for June 23.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#308 Jun 7, 2014
ZCs wrote:
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!
Mr. D’Souza see ya!
Looks like you will be hanging out with Big Bubba
Mr. D’Souza could face 10 to 16 months in prison and a fine of $250,000 under the terms of his plea deal. He could also lose the right to vote. U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman, who will determine his punishment, set the sentencing for September.
Mr. D’Souza was indicted in Manhattan federal court in January for allegedly breaking federal election laws and giving false statements to the Federal Election Commission. He was accused of illegally funneling $20,000 to Wendy Long, the Republican candidate who unsuccessfully challenged Democratic incumbent Kirsten Gillibrand, New York’s junior senator.
Prosecutors said Tuesday that Mr. D’Souza had misled Ms. Long about the contributions, and that she would have testified against him if the case had gone to trial. Ms. Long wasn’t immediately available for comment.
Mr. D’Souza’s attorney, Benjamin Brafman, had argued previously that Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s office had engaged in “selective” prosecution by targeting a Republican, a criticism also echoed by retiring Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz.
Prosecutors pushed back against the claim. Law Blog noted earlier that Mr. Bharara’s office has won corruption convictions against nearly a dozen Democratic lawmakers in New York since President Barack Obama nominated him to the post in 2009.
Judge Berman ruled last week that prosecutors had not engaged in selective prosecution.
Mr. Brafman said in a statement Tuesday there was no “viable defense” for Mr. D’Souza because of the technical nature of the case.
“We are hopeful that Judge Berman will recognize Mr. D’Souza to be a fundamentally honorable man who should not be imprisoned for what was an isolated instance of wrongdoing in an otherwise productive and responsible life,” Mr. Brafman said.
Mr. D’Souza, a controversial figure within liberal and conservative circles, is the director of the fourth-highest grossing documentary of all time, the polemical 2012 film “2016: Obama’s America.” Another film that he wrote,“America: Imagine a World Without Her,” is scheduled to be released this summer.
The scum is getting just what he deserves.
Put him in a prison cell and be done with him.
Another one is gone

Bronx, NY

#309 Jun 11, 2014
Eric Cantor, Republican House Majority Leader, defeated in the Virginia primary by Tea Party candidate, David Brat, an economics professor.
Brat had 55,5% of the vote to Cantor's 44.5%.

Bye Bye, So long, FAREWELL.
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#310 Jun 11, 2014
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust

and Another one does.
And Another one does.

Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!

Mr. Eric Cantor, see ya!

Looks like you won't be plotting Against President Obama anymore

Eric Cantor, the second-ranking Republican in the House, announced Wednesday that he will resign his position as majority leader after losing his primary bid.

"It is with great humility that I do so, knowing the tremendous honor it has been to hold this position," said Cantor, who spoke to reporters after formally announcing his resignation to House Republicans in a closed-door meeting.

Urging Republicans to "put minor differences aside" and elect a GOP House, he promised to continue to be "a champion for conservatives across the nation who are dedicated to preserving liberty and providing opportunity."

His resignation from the post is effective July 31, but Republicans will hold the election to replace him on June 19, an aide said.
Opinion

Custer, SD

#311 Jun 19, 2014
http://fortune.com/2014/06/10/most-corrupt-st...

Take a guess which political party is dominate in those States?
First hint. It is the same party in every state.
Second hint Starts with an "R".
Republicans are IDIOTS

Bronx, NY

#312 Jun 22, 2014
ZCs wrote:
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!
Mr. Eric Cantor, see ya!
Looks like you won't be plotting Against President Obama anymore
Eric Cantor, the second-ranking Republican in the House, announced Wednesday that he will resign his position as majority leader after losing his primary bid.
"It is with great humility that I do so, knowing the tremendous honor it has been to hold this position," said Cantor, who spoke to reporters after formally announcing his resignation to House Republicans in a closed-door meeting.
Urging Republicans to "put minor differences aside" and elect a GOP House, he promised to continue to be "a champion for conservatives across the nation who are dedicated to preserving liberty and providing opportunity."
His resignation from the post is effective July 31, but Republicans will hold the election to replace him on June 19, an aide said.
Bye Bye, So long, Farewell.

Say goodbye to Cantor's bad trash and rubbish.

Another one BITES THE DUST.
Republicans are IDIOTS

Bronx, NY

#313 Jun 22, 2014
Opinion wrote:
http://fortune.com/2014/06/10/most-corrupt-st...
Take a guess which political party is dominate in those States?
First hint. It is the same party in every state.
Second hint Starts with an "R".
LOL!!!!!!!!!!

That comes as no surprise, that party is in total dissaray.
Democrats areFUCKwits

Cantonment, FL

#314 Jun 22, 2014
http://townhall.com/columnists/michellemalkin...

--The Dirty Democratic Mayors' Club: Charlotte, N.C., Mayor Patrick Cannon, who bragged about partying with the Obamas to help grease the wheels for city projects, was arrested this week on federal corruption and influence-peddling charges. He's accused of accepting gobs of cash payoffs and Las Vegas trips.

The bust follows former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin's conviction in January on corruption charges; former Trenton Mayor Tony Mack's February conviction on cash bribes for a downtown parking garage; and former San Diego mayor and serial groper Bob Filner's disgraceful resignation after conviction on sexual harassment-related charges; former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's conviction on extortion, bribery and conspiracy charges; and former Birmingham, Ala., Mayor Larry Langford's corruption and bribery conviction.

--California state Democratic Sen. Leland Yee, gun grabber by day, alleged arms-trafficking gangsta by night: Yee made a decades-long career out of sanctimoniously demonizing gun owners and railing against the Second Amendment. He was arrested this week on corruption charges after an FBI sting found probable cause to believe Yee had conducted wire fraud and engaged in a conspiracy to deal firearms without a license and illegally import firearms. The Chinatown pol went so far as to discuss "details of the specific types of weapons" with a prospective donor. Yee is currently a candidate for California's secretary of state office.

--Pennsylvania state Democratic Sen. LeAnna Washington, party animal: This week, a judge ruled that the Keystone State could proceed with a trial against Washington, who reportedly forced her legislative staff for eight years to use taxpayer time and money for an annual birthday party whose proceeds were diverted to her campaign account. She is charged with felony theft of services and felony conflict of interest. More than a half-dozen former employees blew the whistle. "I am the f---ing senator," she screamed at one staffer who objected. "I do what the f--- I want, and ain't nobody going to change me."
Another one is gone

Bronx, NY

#316 Jun 27, 2014
Republicans are IDIOTS once again.

Sore loser Tea Party candidate, Chris McDaniel (R) MS, who lost to incumbent Republican Thad Cochran in the Mississippi primaries, attributes his loss to "Liberal Democrats."
Registered Democrats voted for Cochran in this past Tuesday's primaries.
McDaniel lost legally, and fair and square and he need to get over it and stop whining.
America has no desire to increase the dysfunction within the GOP that is already dysfunctional led by the 8% approval rated, unproductive, do nothing, Republican led Congress who did nothing but obstruct the past 5 1/2 years at every turn.
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#317 Jun 29, 2014
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!

Mr. Mark Mayfield,, see ya!

Looks like you will be hanging with the grim reaper

A prominent leader of the Mississippi Tea Party who was arrested in connection with photos posted online of U.S. Senator Thad Cochran's bedridden wife died on Friday of an apparent suicide, the man's lawyer said.

Mark Mayfield, 58, was vice chairman of the Mississippi Tea Party and a Central Mississippi Tea Party chairperson, according to those organizations' websites.

"This is a terrible tragedy that shouldn't have happened," Mayfield's lawyer, John Reeves, told Reuters.

Mayfield was one of three men accused last month of conspiring with a blogger who was charged with taking photos of Cochran's bedridden wife in her nursing home for use in a political video against the incumbent. Mayfield was charged with conspiracy to photograph someone without permission.

Mayfield's death comes after Chris McDaniel, who had the backing of conservative Tea Party groups, lost a bitterly contested election against Cochran on Tuesday for the Republican Senate nomination.

Reeves said the criminal case against Mayfield was still in the early stages
Reublicans are IDIOTS

Bronx, NY

#318 Jun 29, 2014
ZCs wrote:
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!
Mr. Mark Mayfield,, see ya!
Looks like you will be hanging with the grim reaper
A prominent leader of the Mississippi Tea Party who was arrested in connection with photos posted online of U.S. Senator Thad Cochran's bedridden wife died on Friday of an apparent suicide, the man's lawyer said.
Mark Mayfield, 58, was vice chairman of the Mississippi Tea Party and a Central Mississippi Tea Party chairperson, according to those organizations' websites.
"This is a terrible tragedy that shouldn't have happened," Mayfield's lawyer, John Reeves, told Reuters.
Mayfield was one of three men accused last month of conspiring with a blogger who was charged with taking photos of Cochran's bedridden wife in her nursing home for use in a political video against the incumbent. Mayfield was charged with conspiracy to photograph someone without permission.
Mayfield's death comes after Chris McDaniel, who had the backing of conservative Tea Party groups, lost a bitterly contested election against Cochran on Tuesday for the Republican Senate nomination.
Reeves said the criminal case against Mayfield was still in the early stages
Moron Mark the worthless scum got just what he deserved and I'm glad.
He got what all evil dirt bags get : DEATH albeit at his own hands, so he's doing the fire dance in hell with his lord and master, Satan.
Sammy

Somerset, KY

#319 Jul 1, 2014
Reublicans are IDIOTS wrote:
<quoted text>
Moron Mark the worthless scum got just what he deserved and I'm glad.
He got what all evil dirt bags get : DEATH albeit at his own hands, so he's doing the fire dance in hell with his lord and master, Satan.
yep!

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