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Tom "the Hammer" Delay retires

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posted on Apr, 5 2006 @ 11:36 PM

Originally posted by junglejake
Let's get back on the topic of Delay's retirement

I'm developing a nervous twitch reading through this thread. You wouldn't like me if the twitch reaches my fingers. The only way I can be relieved of this twitch is if this thread gets back on topic. If we all work together, JJ can be cured of his twitch. Let's cure JJ of his twitch.

[edit on 4/5/06/05 by junglejake]

posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 01:05 AM

Yes filters. Do you really think you are an artist or something? Is that what this is all about? Yet again another silly piece of art. You are in no way insulting me, but you are insulting yourself. Hey at least you got the nail straight unlike the two prior trials. The shadows are still beyond help. Try transparent slider 10% and move up from there. Also, you left out the shadows within the mouth. Is there a 10WATT bulb in there somewhere? Stick to your digital photographs with the layers and explosions. Hmmmm, explosions, fireballs and jolts of electrical light followed by a giant nail going through peoples heads. Sure signs of psychosis, and depression. Hey maybe tomorrow you can paste-up a " Led Zepplin " blimp spraying gas on even more fictional cities?

posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 01:41 AM
DeLay gone, Cunningham and Abramoff are off to the slammer. Who's next?
Could be Ed Buckman, Delay's employee?

The Man Who Knows Too Much
On Friday, Paul noted how the guilty plea by ex-DeLay aide Tony Rudy is bad news for a man named Ed Buckham. Buckham's fall -- and what he could tell prosecutors -- would be even worse news for a lot of other people, including many elected officials, Paul pointed out.

What other balls did Buckham have in the air? In addition to running the U.S. Family Network, DeLay's ARMPAC and Alexander Strategy Group, he lobbied for Brent Wilkes, a major figure in the Cunningham bribery scandal; he "employed" DeLay's wife Christine and Rep. John Doolittle's (R-CA) wife, Julie, in arrangements widely recognized to be channels to pump money to the husbands; and he had a funny habit of being around when DeLay was helping out Abramoff's Choctaw's clients, or DeLay met with Abramoff's shady Russian oil pals. Will he sing like a canary when the heat comes down?

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

Any bets if Delay gets jail time? Doesnt look like it so far.

[edit on 6-4-2006 by Regenmacher]

posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 03:01 AM

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[edit on 4/6/06/06 by junglejake]

posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 03:05 AM
see you in " IGNORELAND ". Then again, I won't! Freedom at last! Freedom at last!

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