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"Tom Feeney Calls Clint Curtis the 'Craziest Man in America'"
(38 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 5:33 pm PT...
Here's a little free speechwriting help Clint:
"If caring about honest elections in America is crazy, then call me CRAZY."
"If fighting against Feeney's corruption and criminal behaviour in our Concress is crazy, then I'm CRAZY."
"IF wanting the Democracy that our young men and women are supposedly dying for in Iraq to MEAN something here at home is crazy, then that's what I am."
"If believing that this Republican administration is out-of-control and rubber-stamp Congressmen like Feeney have abdicated their duty to perform CHecks and Balances is CRAZY, then I'm INSTITUTIONAL."
"You would have to be WAY BEYOND CRAZY to support Tom Feeney in this race."
Good luck Clint. This is going to be a real battle, and you are NOT going to have much of the media on your side, unless there is good video of Feeney "getting carried away."
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 5:51 pm PT...
I saw the post at the other thread from clintiscrazy and thought it was satire!
Too much - Feeney is way overboard, the light's on and nobody is home! Hell the light ain't even on!
What a Moran!
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 7:09 pm PT...
I like that approach Charlie L.
And how about a little "dualing lie detector" type campaign. Maybe Clint can do another one, film it, then film Feeney refusing to take one?! Pick the most informative sequences, set to music, I can see the story board now! What fun!!!
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 7:11 pm PT...
About this whole "moran" thing. Wasn't there a candidate at some point named "Moran?" And wouldn't it be likely that the pictures of signs like "What a moran" might have been related to this?
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
Terri in S. FL
said on 9/6/2006 @ 7:13 pm PT...
Clint Curtis "Dr. Andy" Michaud
Votes 61.2% 38.8%
Total 15,408 9,775
Crazy like a fox!
Congrats on the win. Really Awesome. On to November!!!
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 7:20 pm PT...
There is always a laugh here on the blog and this one is all thanks to Feeney. He has lost it. Did he ever have it. Sanity that is.
Does he deserve our pity, who knows.
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 8:13 pm PT...
COMMENT #8 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 8:16 pm PT...
COMMENT #9 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 8:23 pm PT...
Methinks Feeney celebrates too much!
COMMENT #10 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 9:09 pm PT...
i think a jackal is screaming out of fear....and you know how you disarm a jackal...stare him straight between the eyes.... this campaign may be the complete tidal break....Tear him a new one Clint!
COMMENT #11 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 10:32 pm PT...
Tom Feeney's campaign depends on convincing as many people as possible that Clint Curtis is crazy. He could control the vote count but he won't have to if the people of the 24th district aren't ready to believe what is going on.
The sheer size of the problem is daunting enough, but the more of it you expose the less you are taken seriously.
Maybe some of you think my approach is wrong, because I focus on something that seems so tangential, and perhaps it makes me look even less serious to the politically engaged: Cannabis.
I've written on my blog about why I don't talk much about 9/11, and the reason I don't talk much about voting machines is much the same. It doesn't give us an action plan that avoids violence.
Keep on doing what you are doing. We all have a part to play and I am not trying to discourage anyone from doing theirs. Clint Curtis should be given support and attention by those who want to expose the corruption.
Keep telling the truth, but drug war lies are polluting everything, and cannabis prohibition is killing us.
Clint Curtis has to be running for Congress on more than just the issue of making sure the elections are fair. That's important but is he saying anything about how we are going to end war? Is he saying anything about ending the war against me?
It makes me sad even to say this to you because I love you and what you are doing is so important and good, but I feel like you are leaving too many of us in the line of fire without so much as a word of support.
COMMENT #12 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 10:35 pm PT...
I previously held the title "Craziest Man in America" but since I recently moved to Cairo, I guess it was up for grabs.
As far as the Moran issue, Chris Hooten, it really doesn't matter if there was a candidate with that name. The guy holding the sign is a Moran, and so is Tom Feeney.
Check out NBC punking Raytheon What's the betting that this story would be nowhere if it was, say, the Swedes who had built a 98% effective anti-RPG system. I guess the rule is Don't Piss Off The Israelis.
COMMENT #13 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 10:59 pm PT...
Frankly I thought Clint Curtis was crazy the first time I saw him--he was about the last public commenter at one of the John Conyers election fraud hearings, and he was babbling about having contacted the FBI and the CIA and who knows all about some vote-rigging scheme.
A few weeks leater I was seeking out some crazy thing called bradblog where reportedly there was a link to Clint's testimony in the Conyers forum in Ohio, and I watched Clint Curtis confidently explain how a software module could be designed to eat itself after it had done its dirty work. I've been following bradblog ever since. I've read Mr. Curtis's book "A Fly on the Wall" and I've learned that Clint Curtis had a lot of good reason to be nervous that day. He's a courageous guy, and that's what we need in Congress today. He and Dr. Bowman are going to be real assets in Congress and I hope they'll be supporting each other.
COMMENT #14 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 11:25 pm PT...
The first time I came across the "Moran" thing was about 6-9 months ago when a troll came on here and called us all a bunch of Morans. Shortly thereafter one of the faithful posted the picture. It's been kind of a running joke ever since.
One of the faithful did give a tongue-in-cheek rebuttal because it was his last name.
As for a politician named Moran - meet Congressman Jim Moran
I still like to believe it's a misspelling of Moron - more fun that way!
COMMENT #15 [Permalink]
said on 9/6/2006 @ 11:26 pm PT...
By the way - good to see you back around!
COMMENT #16 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 12:02 am PT...
These "anti-RPG Systems" are bullsh*t ,can you imagine the "Collateral Damage" when these things hose projectiles at the incoming RPG .Just like the Phalanx Close-In Weapons System used by navies around the world to protect against anti-ship missles.But these things will be used in towns and cities !
COMMENT #17 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 12:11 am PT...
#16 for ... Soul Rebel
Feeney says his vision is to eliminate fraud and corruption from government,no kidding ,read for yourself...
"I am founder of the Washington Waste Watchers, a congressional working group to combat waste,fraud, and abuse in the federal government." Tom Feeney WTF
COMMENT #18 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 12:12 am PT...
to whig: i think i completely see where you are coming from...u are looking for someone who is a complete break from the cookie cutter politics of all rhetoric all dumbedup plans of nothing but fluff words and constant in eptitude and disconnect with the vibrant core of America...
I have been astonished by Clint Curtis' approach, because he goes FAR BEYOND the vote-rigging issue...which he sees, as any rational person would, and I put money on Thomas Jefferson sayiong the same thing if he popped up at the roundtable to discuss all things politico nowadays... but Mr. Curtis talks very in-depth about an exit strategy for Iraq, and my other hotbutton issue...energy independence, with focus on Bio-diesel, heavy focus....he also goes in depth on health care, and a system to fund it through tariffs...to me there is no more complete candidate in any Congressional Race nationwide, bar none...not to discredit or slight anyone, but Clint Curtis can really do damage to the whole paper elephant...
check out this video ...his WESH Debate (supposed to be a debate where he discusses Iraq & Biodiesel... I am all the way out here on the Pacific side, but I feel how big this is all the way over here...
COMMENT #19 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 4:16 am PT...
My biggest thing for energy independence at the moment that would create jobs all over the place is getting ourselves off the grid by having huge tax breaks on photo-voltaic solar panels and inverters installed on every home in the US
and individual generator- mills for the windy areas
Now that would be a hell of a lot better than building nukes
Then we could have hydrogen-electric hybrid vehicles by having water to hydrogen converters in our own garages using solar or wind to power them
Just my dream, thats all
COMMENT #20 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 4:48 am PT...
Politicians willing to talk about better ways to deal with drugs are truly rare, but here's a line from the Mayor of Salt Lake who spoke at an Anti-Bush rally last week!
"No more phony, ineffective, inhumane so-called war on drugs"
When he first took office here a few years ago, he dismantled the "DARE" program, and ticked off people who were using it as a cash cow. A real brave statement to make indeed, but not when you consider it was proven that once kids who took the program found out they were being used, they tended to go ahead and use drugs out of spite.
The whole speech is here.
COMMENT #21 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 7:31 am PT...
Wow - I didn't know Clint was the craziest man in America. What does it say about me as a husband and father that I've introduced him to my wife and kids? In a land with so many crazy people, I've exposed my family to THE MOST CRAZY MAN IN AMERICA!!! You know, I'm not going to worry about it. I hope Clint is proud of receiving that distinction from Fiendy. If it's true that Clint isn't in the same solar system as Fiendy, that's proof he's doing something right!
COMMENT #22 [Permalink]
FRANCES LEE BRIGHT
said on 9/7/2006 @ 8:28 am PT...
believe me when I say this.... if Clinton Curtis is "crazy" for telling truth, exposing fraud and treason and thefts? ... then give me all the "crazies".. you have... thank god for them!!!... the real "CRAZIE" sits in the oval office.
COMMENT #23 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 8:43 am PT...
Thanks for posting the Moran pic again! No offense to Jim Moran, but I agree with you...I'm goin' with it being a 'creative' alternate spelling of 'moron'. Much more fun, & lord knows we need some fun in these crazy times, eh?
Re #11 Whig,
You can't be serious, my dear. I'm all for legalizing weed & injecting some sanity into the disgraceful so-called 'war on drugs', but it is NOT a major issue, imho. In fact, it makes me a tad suspicious of your motives.
There are plenty of major issues: electoral fraud, rampant corruption, Iraq, a pitiful healthcare system, to name just a few. Cannabis is not on the list.
Oh yeah, and the fact that our president breaks a new law every damn day. That one's at the top of the list for me!
COMMENT #24 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 10:06 am PT...
Joan #23: I can't believe you think it is not a major issue to end cannabis prohibition, and expect those of us who use cannabis medicinally to be more concerned with government corruption than the fact that police might come to our door at any time and arrest us, take away our families, and subject us to imprisonment and the destruction of our lives.
I'm definitely not saying that these other issues aren't absolutely vital to talk about. We all do our part to expose all of these things and if you read my blog you will see that I do. My primary focus is cannabis for a number of reasons.
It is medicine. It is the difference between suffering and survival for millions of people. It is more than a fun recreational substance, it is a spiritual and social enhancer and it helps people to understand one another.
Without cannabis, the only kind of revolution possible is a violent one. You cannot change how people think and those who are willing to do the things that were done on 9/11 are not going to give up without a fight. Are you seriously thinking that you can just vote for better people and that will fix things?
I'm not saying to stop talking about anything you are discussing. It's so vital that we talk about all aspects of this. I'm not excluding 9/11 from my own site, it's just not my major topic of discussion because it does not provide any way to get to a solution without cannabis.
Unless someone wants to suggest another way that will peacefully change a society for the better. When a society is insane, it needs to change. Antidepressants and stimulants and sedatives are awash throughout our land and it is making people docile.
I could talk about this for many paragraphs and in so many ways but it would be unfair and that is why I have a blog to write my own articles. I'm trying to build bridges, though. I'm hoping to make as many people as possible see that we are on the same side and we do need to mention one another from time to time, because we need one another to accomplish a peaceful transformation.
COMMENT #25 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 10:09 am PT...
PetGoat #13, it sounds like you are confusing Clint Curtis with Jeff Fisher. Clint testified before judiciary committee members, while Jeff Fisher appeared as a citizen at the voting forum held by Conyers. Clint Curtis maintains that he wrote a prototype of what vote rigging software would look like at the request of Tom Feeney when he was speaker of the house in Florida, while Jeff Fisher claims that election results have been manipulated since before 2000. He claims this was done using trained students at Baypoint highschool under the supervision of the CIA and a slew of other people. Before that appearance in Ohio, Fisher claims, his life was threatened by Mossad agents. Hope that clears things up!
COMMENT #26 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 10:21 am PT...
Tom Feeney is playing right into Clint's hands.
Wasn't it Ghandi that said something like...
"First they ignore you,"
"Then, then they laugh at you,"
"Then, they fight you,"
"THEN, you *WIN*."
Tom Feeney has tried *so hard* to ignore Clint Curtis for the past year. Obviously THAT didn't work.
So, now he's trying the laughter tactic. Nope, that ain't gonna work either. No cigar!
The fight is gearing up for November. *THEN*, Clint wins.
Clint might do well to even refer to this quote in one of his speeches, when he asks why Tom Feeney has ignored his allegations for so long(although making sure that he makes it clear he is not comparing himself to Ghandi, but instead to the fact that many righteous causes against those in power follow a similar path).
If Clint's allegations are so "crazy" WHY hasn't Tom Feeney, a *Sitting Congressman*, tried suing Clint for libel or defamation of character??? Why is Feeney content with Clint running around telling everybody this, hmm??? THIS is a question I want Clint to be repeating constantly. Many others have sued for much, MUCH, less.
I'll tell you why Feeney has shied away: Beacuse Tom *knows* that such a lawsuit would spill the truth out for everybody's eyes to see.
Clint, congratulations! We're rooting for you!
COMMENT #27 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 10:26 am PT...
Floridiot (#19): Are you CRAZY man?
IF we all had photovoltaic systems on our homes, what would EXXON/MOBIL and SHELL/BP sell us? How would they make hundreds of BILLIONS in profits in a year doing less and less drilling? How would Saudi Arabia finance their extremist fundamentalists? How would Iran? No, energy independence is totally inappropriate for the PNAC plan for global domination.
Oh, I suppose the neo-con Rethuglicans could put up black helicopters to make clouds and then charge us for sunshine, maybe.
OK, </sarcasm> good idea FLoridiot, but you are a bit early. We have to throw these oil-loving thieves and crooks out of office first. They won't even put the oil execs under oath when they invite them to Washington to lie with them.
COMMENT #28 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 11:26 am PT...
Larry, thanks for the link to Rocky Anderson.
COMMENT #29 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 1:26 pm PT...
Hello all from Tom Feeney's District!!! I found this blog via the Orlando Sentinel and I cannot tell you just how happy I am that you are here and telling everyone the truth about this mad man. I have suffered for nearly 4 years with this corrupt and evil man as my Representative. I just started Clint's book "A Fly On The Wall" that I discovered on a web search! Just the first 2 chapters have me captured.... Please keep up the good work and HELP US over here in Orlando!!!
COMMENT #30 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 7:48 pm PT...
I thought David Horowitz was the "craziest man in America"
I'm wondering about your motives as well. With all due respect, your posts are a little, shall we say "spacey". If we're going to end the abuse of constitutional law illuminated by the war on marijuana, we're going to have to live in the real world.
Jon Stewart and Bill Maher would be two examples of people who are supporters of the cause that are definitely "on the ball". Please try to help the cause by being more informed of the bigger picture.
Probably best to leave this topic for another thread!
COMMENT #31 [Permalink]
said on 9/7/2006 @ 10:09 pm PT...
Ya know, WHIG, I'm pro-legalization as much as the next guy, but it's a bit down my priority list, what with our entire democratic process crumbling and all...
WHIG: "Without cannabis, the only kind of revolution possible is a violent one."
Give me a break. Sheesh. So many people telling us to stop worrying, go shopping, become a marijuana activist, just give up, you are only a wishfull thinking cult, etc.
Hey people, it must be working!!!!
COMMENT #32 [Permalink]
said on 9/8/2006 @ 12:59 am PT...
The truth IS, it depends on what the definintion of is, is, of course, WORKING!!!
WHIG? Any comments?
COMMENT #33 [Permalink]
said on 9/9/2006 @ 7:20 am PT...
Looks like some Feeneyites in here trying to change the discussion from the Curtis Campaign to something (if possible) more controversial.
Aren't these groups moderated?
Can we stay on topic?
Without reading the posts in their entirety, some doing research on candidate Curtis might believe his issue is cannabis legalization.
Of course that may be what the Feeney Followers lemmings) are trying to do to sway the vote.
Try and keep it on topic and stop with the Tomfoolery, you have been exposed.
COMMENT #34 [Permalink]
said on 9/9/2006 @ 12:52 pm PT...
This blog is not moderated (much)
Unless you are being racist, or misleading people with misinformation, or giving out other's personal info, or overtly just personally attacking someone, you can pretty much say whatever you want. That doesn't mean you won't get a strong reaction sometimes from the readers.
COMMENT #35 [Permalink]
said on 10/4/2006 @ 10:53 am PT...
COMMENT #36 [Permalink]
said on 10/4/2006 @ 10:55 am PT...
Now lets see who wins against the Zionists.
COMMENT #37 [Permalink]
said on 10/4/2006 @ 10:57 am PT...
COMMENT #38 [Permalink]
said on 10/4/2006 @ 11:59 am PT...
Clint Curtis never wrote any prototype program in a single day, and that is blatantly false.
Curtis program was being worked on for more than a year in advance, and was being done by someone else at the time on top of this. That will be shown once and final in court, that Curtis had lied and misrepresented the facts that he simply came along and built a fraud system in one day for his boss.