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August 16, 2009

Blogger's Presidential Aspirations Crushed

Dang.

So much for that Owens-Treacher dream ticket.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at August 16, 2009 09:36 AM
Comments

Make your own!

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at August 16, 2009 09:39 AM

Huh?

Posted by: Jim Treacher at August 16, 2009 11:51 AM

OK then. Treacher for Prez & VicePrez!!!

Posted by: Adriane at August 16, 2009 02:54 PM

Robert Hussein Owens...that is so funny.

Posted by: Lipiwitz at August 16, 2009 03:06 PM

Flickengruber? Is that for real?

Posted by: Lipiwitz at August 16, 2009 03:09 PM

You think I'm putting out real information with identity theft running rampant? Not. Gonna. Happen.

Posted by: confederate Yankee at August 16, 2009 03:11 PM

OK, CY, how do you answer the statments by his paternal grandmother? I guess she must be a liar. Guess it runs in the family. Sometimes it is important to look at all sides of an issue before accepting them. Concidering how easy it is to get a Hawaiian certificate of birth, and the effort being made to keep the long form from being viewed by the public. You buy it if you want. I don't know, but Grandma says.

Posted by: Zelsdorf Ragshaft III at August 16, 2009 06:14 PM

How could we trust his grandmother's words anyway, after all she's just a typical white person. BHO's words, not mine.

Posted by: PMain at August 16, 2009 08:04 PM
I don't know, but Grandma says.

Grandma says he was born in Hawaii. Or, that is, the translator says that Grandma says that.

Posted by: Pablo at August 16, 2009 08:17 PM

Salon attempts to debunk Kenyan birth ceriticate twice, fails

Salon ran an article which is barely worth mentioning in an attempt to discredit the Obama Kenyan birth certificate, reported previously on this site. The first attempt, which was proven to be fabricated, was an alleged "South Australian" template that the Obama Kenyan birth certificate was designed from.

This was quickly debunked here.

Now, a more credible attempt has been released from the same source - Salon. But I believe this is also another fake as I will show.

Pic 1, as appeared on posting

Pic 2, as appeared on posting

Pic 3, as appeared on posting

At first glance, these look pretty convincing.

The first thing I did was open each JPEG file in Wordpad. Instantly, I noticed some differences between these three images and the Taitz website Jpeg.

Here is the header information in the "original".

JFIFHHExifII*

The header in the other three are:

JFIFHHC

So right away, there is a potential problem.

Next, I noticed some differences, as I will point out. Remember, Kenya-BC is the "original". http://smartretorts.blogspot.com/

Posted by: Greg at August 16, 2009 11:56 PM

Also of interest is that many claimed E.F. Lavender was a soap used in Kenya. However, that name has been identified as accurate here.
http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll1/BecJul/EF_Lavender.jpg

Posted by: Greg at August 16, 2009 11:58 PM

We know that the Nordyke twins were born in a Hawaiian hospital. The long form birth certificates for the Nordyke twins have been released to the public. Yet, their birth announcement is nowhere to be found.

However, the birth announcement for AKA Obama is there for all to see even though there is no long form birth certificate for AKA Obama.

One could reasonable assume that the birth announcement for the Nordyke twins was removed and replaced with a bogus AKA Obama announcement.

Lines above and below the obviously pasted insert of BO Birth Announcement.

Also the BO pasted insert tilts downward to right.

OBVIOUSLY AMATUER CUT & PASTE FORGERY done before the BO campaign had the money for Professional Forgeries.

See the full explanation in section 8. THE MISSING KINDERGARTEN RECORDS AND THE MYSTERIOUS NEWSPAPER BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT

At http://thesteadydrip.blogspot.com/2009/04/aka-obama-fans-all-together-now-say-omg.html

Posted by: Greg at August 17, 2009 12:12 AM

Let's see if I'm following Treacher's line of thinking here or, more specifically, lack thereof.

First, he says; "President Barack Obama said his grandmother's hip-replacement surgery during the final weeks of her life made him wonder whether expensive procedures for the terminally ill reflect a "sustainable model" for health care."

Then he quotes Obmama's common sense statement that" "you just get into some very difficult moral issues" when considering whether "to give my grandmother, or everybody else's aging grandparents or parents, a hip replacement when they're terminally ill."

From that he draws the absurd conclusion that Obama somehow "complains about the expense of alleviating his dying grandmother's suffering".

What an absolute crock of bull! Obama did no such thing. The woman was 86 years old and near death from terminal cancer. In fact, she died a month after the surgery, long before an otherwise healthy person of her age would have recovered from the hip replacement surgery.

To suggest that this hip replacement surgery alleviated his dying grandmother's suffering is far removed from reality. It probably added to her suffering. I watched my own mother go through this same surgery several years before her death. The recovery was long and painful.

Yes, it IS a moral issue! It's as if the medical system put leeches on her body to bleed her for all the money they could get during the last few weeks of her life, not to help her "feel better", rather, to increase their profits at the expense of her suffering. They should be ashamed of such practices on terminally ill patients of that age.

The compassionate thing to do would be to give the old lady enough pain meds to keep her out of pain until she dies a natural death.

Talk about twisting the truth to suit a political agenda. What a jerk this Treacher creature is. Treachery would be a more fitting name.

Posted by: Dude at August 17, 2009 12:16 AM

Right back at ya, "Dude."

Posted by: Jim Treacher at August 17, 2009 02:17 AM

That's "Mr. President Treacher", Dude.

Posted by: Pinandpuller at August 17, 2009 04:33 AM

They found you in Mombasa, in a barroom drinking gin?

It all makes sense now.

Posted by: Tully at August 17, 2009 10:23 AM

Greg,do they really use soap in Kenya?

Posted by: 1903A3 at August 17, 2009 10:30 AM
What an absolute crock of bull! Obama did no such thing. The woman was 86 years old and near death from terminal cancer.
Really? And so she must have said to herself "Hey, I'm dying anyway, so I might as well have a hip replacement. I'm not in nearly enough pain!" Did you examine her, Dr. Dude?
In fact, she died a month after the surgery, long before an otherwise healthy person of her age would have recovered from the hip replacement surgery.
Really? So people don't actually get back to a fully normal routine after 4 to 6 weeks? Interesting. How long do your patients take to recover, Dr. Dude?
To suggest that this hip replacement surgery alleviated his dying grandmother's suffering is far removed from reality. It probably added to her suffering.
Right because having a broken hip really doesn't cause sufferring. She just wanted to be left alone to die with her broken hip and her cancer, but they strapped her down and forced a hip replacement on her just because they're greedy bastards! Troof to Powder, Dr. Dude! We gotta stop giving needed orthopedic surgery to people with pre-existing conditions! Anything else is just immoral. Tell it!


Posted by: Pablo at August 17, 2009 12:22 PM

Fortunately for her, they didn't have time to take out her tonsils.

Posted by: Jim Treacher at August 17, 2009 12:34 PM

Did anyone check whether she died with her feet on?

Posted by: Pablo at August 17, 2009 12:39 PM

"Really? So people don't actually get back to a fully normal routine after 4 to 6 weeks?"

Generally, 4 to 6 weeks for what's known as short term recovery, 6 months for full recovery in otherwise healthy patients.

Patients with multiple myeloma should expect longer recovery times for hip replacement surgery, especially those in the final stages of the terminal disease.

Unfortunately, to date, there is no data available to suggest expected post mortem recovery time for hip replacement surgery for patients who died of multiple myeloma.

However, there is hope for the future. With ever increasing advances in medical science it's possible that modern medicine, in the future, will be able to effect full recovery from hip replacement surgery in cadavers. If, or when, this medical breakthrough occurs our dearly beloved deceased will then be able, finally, to "Rest In Peace".

Of course, one should not expect this potential advance in post mortem hip replacement recovery to be available in the near future, nor to come cheaply. Should this breakthrough occur in the future, you'll need to check with your insurance agent to ensure that the procedure will be covered in your policy. If your policy will not cover this, you or your loved one may risk the embarrassment of having engraved on your or their tombstone the more distasteful and humiliating epithet, "Rest In Pieces".

Don't let that happen to someone that you love!

Posted by: Dude at August 17, 2009 01:39 PM
Generally, 4 to 6 weeks for what's known as short term recovery, 6 months for full recovery in otherwise healthy patients.

By whom? If you've got a better source than mine, by all means, provide it.

Of course, one should not expect this potential advance in post mortem hip replacement recovery to be available in the near future, nor to come cheaply.

Fortunately, they dead rarely break their hips as they tend not to fall down, and they never complain about the associated pain. So that might be a waste of time and money.

Posted by: Pablo at August 17, 2009 03:13 PM

"So much for that Owens-Treacher dream ticket."

And a nation weeps. Well, I am, anyway.

Posted by: Mike at August 17, 2009 05:12 PM

Dr. Dude: Are you in the habit of giving medical opinions over the Internet about patients you've never met, or is this a special case for some reason?

Posted by: Jim Treacher at August 17, 2009 05:19 PM

Obama regarded his grannie as an Evil Racist, so his wanting to bump her off early is no surprise.

Posted by: Steve at August 17, 2009 05:32 PM

Touch. Pardon moi, Sometimes I forget that I need to take special pains in order to be very specific when posing my replies. I should have said:

"Unfortunately, to date, there is no data available to suggest expected post mortem recovery time for hip replacement surgery for patients who died of multiple myeloma; specifically, those patients whose death occurred AFTER after hip replacement surgery but, before recovery of said surgery.

Of course, one should not expect this potential advance in post mortem hip replacement recovery for the specific group of patients mentioned above to be available in the near future, nor to come cheaply."

Again my sincere apology for the lack of clarity in the previous post, Sir Pablo.

Post mortem surgical procedures is another matter entirely and one that we can discuss at another time. I will say that your statement that it "might be a waste of time and money" is debatable, depending on whose perspective we may be discussing; the medical provider's or the patient's. I will concede the point to you if we're discussing the issue only from the patient's point of view.

Perhaps you might wish to ask your impeccable source, whose credentials I won't dare question, to explain to you the difference between short term recovery and full recovery.


Posted by: Dude at August 17, 2009 05:47 PM

"Dr. Dude: Are you in the habit of giving medical opinions over the Internet about patients you've never met, or is this a special case for some reason?"

For the record, I am not a credentialed nor licensed medical professional here on the planet Earth. But, I did sleep in a Holiday Inn Express last night!

So, my opinions on medical issues should not be misconstrued to be professional medical advice. You should consult your doctor or psychiatrist in regards to the delusional symptoms which you are experiencing and displaying.

Posted by: Dude at August 17, 2009 06:00 PM
So, my opinions on medical issues should not be misconstrued to be professional medical advice.

Posted by: Dude at August 17, 2009 06:00 PM

Well, apparently you think your medical opinions should carry more weight than the opinions of her doctors. Why?

Posted by: Jim Treacher at August 17, 2009 06:08 PM
The compassionate thing to do would be to give the old lady enough pain meds to keep her out of pain until she dies a natural death.

And we should listen to you because...?

Posted by: Jim Treacher at August 17, 2009 06:09 PM
Perhaps you might wish to ask your impeccable source, whose credentials I won't dare question, to explain to you the difference between short term recovery and full recovery.

Perhaps you can just explain to me the difference between the pain involved in a hip replacement after full functionality has been attained (you know, that short term 4-6 weeks) and the pain associated with trying to cruise around with a broken hip.

Then we can talk about all the dough we let those greedy surgeons steal so they could force eyesight on Granny O!bama via the corneal transplants she had last year. These outrages must stop!!

Posted by: Pablo at August 17, 2009 06:12 PM

"Perhaps you can just explain to me the difference between the pain involved in a hip replacement after full functionality has been attained (you know, that short term 4-6 weeks) and the pain associated with trying to cruise around with a broken hip."

Oh, that's easy to explain. There would be significantly less pain 4-6 weeks post op hip replacement surgery (even if full functionality has not yet been attained) than cruising around with a broken hip.

This would be especially true in Granny's case. Though I'm not familiar with the details of her interment, I feel confident that her remains were not still "cruising around" 4-6 weeks post op hip replacement surgery.

On an unrelated note, How DO you place the quotes from someone's post in the that neat little shaded box with the line around it, please?

Posted by: Dude at August 17, 2009 07:35 PM

I was just sayin'...Flickengruber. That's a hell of a handle.

Posted by: Lipiwitz at August 17, 2009 09:10 PM
Though I'm not familiar with the details of her interment, I feel confident that her remains were not still "cruising around" 4-6 weeks post op hip replacement surgery.

Posted by: Dude at August 17, 2009 07:35 PM

"Interment"? "Remains"? Way to tip your hand, troll. Bye.

Posted by: Jim Treacher at August 17, 2009 09:11 PM

"Interment"? "Remains"? Way to tip your hand, troll. Bye.
Posted by Jim Treacher at August 17, 2009 09:11 PM

Thanks for the compliment. A brief look at your blog site tells me that I've been called a troll by a Master Troll.

It's been a real pleasure not to have met you.

Best Wishes..........

Posted by: Dude at August 18, 2009 12:25 AM

Flickengruber!

Posted by: Lipiwitz at August 18, 2009 03:18 AM
This would be especially true in Granny's case. Though I'm not familiar with the details of her interment, I feel confident that her remains were not still "cruising around" 4-6 weeks post op hip replacement surgery.

I'm not either, nor am I familiar with the specifics of her cancer. But apparently she and her docs thought that her quality of life warranted the hip replacement. I don't know exactly how long before her death she had the hip replacement or the corneal transplant. Nor do I know how imminent death seemed to be when those decisions were made. What I do know is that if it comes down to me or mine in that position, I don't want a government drone making that call.

On an unrelated note, How DO you place the quotes from someone's post in the that neat little shaded box with the line around it, please?

The HTML is the word blockquote inside a set of greater than/less than brackets before the text you're quoting, and the same thing with a /immediately before the b in blockquote at the end of the text.

Posted by: Pablo at August 18, 2009 08:57 AM
What I do know is that if it comes down to me or mine in that position, I don't want a government drone making that call.

Agreed, 100%. To my knowledge there's nothing in the proposed legislation that would call for a gubment drone to be making that call.

The HTML is the word blockquote inside a set of greater than/less than brackets before the text you're quoting, and the same thing with a /immediately before the b in blockquote at the end of the text.

Daghan Salamat (Thanks very much!)

Posted by: Dude at August 19, 2009 11:46 PM