READER COMMENTS ON
"VIDEO ONLINE OF CLINT CURTIS TESTIMONY!"
(8 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 12/31/2004 @ 6:24 pm PT...
Brad-- Thank you for making available the Judiciary Committee's interview with Clint Curtis.
Thought you might like to know that I was able to access it via real player with the right hand column link (new bradblog). however, it was interrupted several times and took almost 45 minutes to hear the complete recording.I did make notes of the points where the download paused, giving me a "communicating...99%" error message. It scared me at first, thinking that maybe someone was snooping on my download. but I was patient, remembering that in the past I have had the same experience downloading video. I won't send you my notes unless you want them-- they are detailed with the times and comments that were at the point of interruption.
I have also had very little luck forwarding the blog's links to people to give them the video. perhaps I am just a novice at sending these kinds of links.
Thanks again for this great public service. I don't see how this can be swept under the carpet. I assume that this is part of the material that supports Rep. Conyers' case which is the new post on your blog.
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 1/1/2005 @ 10:02 pm PT...
Thanks for the note, Pat. I'd like to think it's probably just a network slowdown rather than anything more nefarious than that.
Glad you were able to at least see it, even with the stops and starts.
Please enjoy the Ozark winter (I've spent plenty of summers there being a St. Louis boy! And get back there whenever I can!)
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 3/28/2005 @ 3:40 am PT...
bingo - a game for all ages - little children in birthday parties, pepole in their 20's and even seniors
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 8/1/2005 @ 2:53 pm PT...
Is the whole damn country completely braindead. How can all of this information be verified and how can we get it out before the public. I dont think that many people go online looking for this kind of information because they are not aware all of this is going on. The media certainly isnt covering any of it. I think if the general public knew all of this there would be such a groundswell, something would have to done. Don.
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
said on 9/26/2005 @ 11:43 am PT...
Today, on the Daily KOS, Tom Feeney was listed as one of the thirteenth most corrupt members of congress. However, at the time, the only corruptions mentioned were his publicly funded trips and his associations with Abramoff. So, I google this odious Florida rep up and found your blog.
With information and testimony this potent, why hasn't it seen the light of day beyond your blog? If Rep. Conyers was involved in theese hearings..why hasn't the investigation moved forward.
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 3/8/2006 @ 9:26 am PT...
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 4/22/2006 @ 6:26 pm PT...
4/22/06 :confused: So WHERE THE DICKENS HAS ALL THIS ENDED UP??? I can't find anything about it since about a year ago????
Isn't there any 'CURRENT' news/update???
COMMENT #8 [Permalink]
said on 9/16/2006 @ 6:43 pm PT...
The updated news 9/16/06 is that Clint is running against Feeney now in the Congressional Race in District 24 in the November Election. Visit www.clintcurtis.com for more information, or to give $5.00 for Democracy!
There are also newer articles on brad blog regarding Feeney and Clint, so look around.