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When the people fear their government, there is tyranny.
When the government fears the people, there is liberty.

-- Thomas Jefferson

During times of universal deceit, telling the truth
becomes a revolutionary act.
 -- George Orwell

First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they
fight you, then you win.
 -- Mahatma Gandhi

Weed out liars and agitators among us:aka Roger Hedgecock, Steve Frank, Damon Dunn. Talk show hosts, who sold out and are aiding and abetting voter fraud, should be criminally prosecuted. You can report them to your local District Attorney, file a criminal complaint for aiding and abetting voter fraud and demand immediate investigation and prosecution of these talk show hosts for aiding and abetting voter fraud. e-mail to me a copy of your complaint.

Posted on | May 31, 2010 | No Comments


Unfortunately, Roger Hedgecock, an influential and often informative, usually conservative former mayor of San Diego has run interference for Dunn at least twice on his syndicated radio show. During his show on 28 May in Modesto he interviewed many candidates for the California primary, but not Dr. Taitz. He claimed that he had received a package of information from Dr. Taitz but failed to ask any questions of Dunn, instead providing a forum for a “poor buy done good” campaign speach. The only comment about Dr. Taitz was the assertion that Dunn entered the race for Sec. of State before Taitz, and that there was some significance to that. Hedgecock never asked Dunn about his praise for Obama, about his Democrat registration in Florida or his simultaneous registration in Texas.

Hedgecock had made critical comments about Taitz during the earlier interview with Dunn some weeks ago. Having heard Hedgecock’s backhanded criticism of Palin, largly about how he can’t stand the quality of her voice, perhaps it shouldn’t be a surprise. Hedgecock, without providing any cogent legal argument, dismisses questions of eligibility out of hand. One presumes he has read The Constitution, but may not have read Minor or The Venus or Perkins v. Elg, or Story or Wilson or Kent, or Ramsay, or even Michael Chertoff or Patrick Leahy in the 2008 Senate Res. 511. Perhaps he is more afraid for his income than he is for the republic if more citizens understand the truth?


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