FERTILIZER PLANT EXPLOSION NEAR WACO, SAUDI ARABIAN FIRST SUSPECTED IN BOSTON BOMBINGS QUIETLY DEPORTED, OBAMA MEETS YESTERDAY WITH SAUDI PRINCE --DO YOU TRUST THE GOVERNMENT WILL TELL US THE TRUTH? (VIDEO)

Baby Boomers remember the Cold War and how we learned that the Russian government controlled the media and thus what its citizens were told. Who knew that we would be living in a similar environment during our lifetimes? If it weren't for the advent of cable television and the Internet, we would be relying on left wing NBC, CBS, and ABC as our sole sources of information. Yikes!

Here is some information you probably won't see on the above-mentioned media.

First, it was revealed last night that the Saudi national who was investigated as a possible suspect in the Boston bombings is now being deported on national security grounds.

Second, Obama met with the Saudi Foreign Minister two days after the Boston bombings--a meeting that wasn't on Obama's public schedule. Hmmmm.

Third, isn't it interesting that a fertilizer factory near Waco, Texas, has experienced a deadly explosion one day before the 20th anniversary of the Clinton/Reno siege on the Branch Davidian compound? I looked it up and about 20 miles separate the two locations. Coincidence? How perfect for a terrorist. You don't have to worry about buying and transporting large quantities of fertilizer--like Timothy McVeigh--you go to where there is a huge supply and workers within the building.

I'm typically leery of trusting the federal government--and it's never been more heightened than with the most liberal President in our history. Will we ever know the truth about either of these incidences or will it go the way of Benghazi?

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September 11, 2001: Evacuation of Saudi Nationals
http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=September_11,_2001:_Evacuation_of_Saudi_Nationals]
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This clearly answers the question posed May 18, 2004, by Alexander Bolton: "Who let bin Ladens leave U.S.?" In his article, Bolton provided a comprehensive overview of the situation as it was known at the time.

Earlier in the day, September 13, 2001, the FAA "issued a notice that private aviation was banned and that three private planes that had violated the ban had been forced to land by military aircraft," according to an article published in Vanity Fair.
On the afternoon of September 13, 2001, "three Saudi men in their early 20s flew in a Lear jet from Tampa, Fla., to Lexington, Ky., where they boarded a Boeing 747 with Arabic writing on it waiting to take them out of the country."
The flight from Tampa to Lexington, first reported October 2001 in the Tampa Tribune, "was one of several flights that Saudi Arabian citizens took in the immediate aftermath of September 11, 2001 when the rest of the country was prohibited from flying.""
"Many of the Saudis were members of the Saudi royal family or the bin Laden family."
The New York Times "reported that bin Laden family members were driven or flown under FBI supervision to a secret meeting in Texas and then to Washington, from where they left the country when airports were allowed to open Sept. 14, 2001."

Mayo: An unsettling week, with an ugly past
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/michael-mayo-blog/sfl-mayo-unsettling-w...
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A terror bombing at the Boston Marathon, an explosion at a Texas fertilizer factory and tainted mail in Washington, D.C. have made for an unsettling week. Throw in anniversaries of some of America's most tragic and traumatic days -- Virginia Tech, Oklahoma City, Columbine, Waco -- and it becomes downright creepy.

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I was flying out of DTW a couple of weeks ago (domestic flight) and was next to a middle-eastern man in the security line. When he got up to the point where they check your ID before you proceed through the scanning process, he handed the TSA rep something other than a passport. The security rep said that this indicates you are not a U.S. citizen so I need to see your passport. The man said "I don't have one with me. I fly all of the time without one." The TSA agent repeated, "You fly without having a passport?"

I was checked-in by another agent so I didn't hear the end of that situation (he was flying to California), but it made me question just how thorough our security really is.

We will see if the rest of the media picks up the Saudi story, and why was that Saudi meeting held, and why is this guy being deported?? The Texas event, will have to see about that one as far as what happened.

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Yes, everything is a conspiracy and everyone is out to get you.

Or maybe the Saudi kid after being hurt in a terrorist attack in a foreign country just wanted to go home. If in college I was hurt in a bombing in say Spain or England, I’m pretty sure I hop the first flight home to be with my family.

Also didn’t help that Fox News and New York Post plastered this guy’s name and face everywhere. I’m sure he really isn’t feeling very safe even though the FBI said he wasn't a suspect. I haven’t even seen any evidence that the guy has been deported. Only the right wing circle jerking around a comment from Steve Emerson who makes his living by scaring people about Islam and made his “terrorism credentials” by pushing that it was Muslim terrorists that blew up the Oklahoma City federal building.

As for the fertilizer explosion – the place was on fire for a while before the explosion. It wasn’t a bomb that went off. Luckily it wasn’t during prime work or school hours or the damage would have been much worse. Sadly the destruction was a great as it was because of lack of zoning laws allowed schools and retirement homes and factories to be built so close. But hey, that’s Libertarianism at work for you. I’m sure Perry won’t need a bit of help from the Federal government.

He wants to go back home to a worn torn country that gets bombed several times a day. Who said it was a conspiracy, I heard it as well about the Saudi story and question it as well. The media is the one who put it out there.

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Huh? Since when is Saudi Arabia a “worn torn country that gets bombed several times a day”? Again you demonstrate that you have no idea what you are talking about.

As for the media “putting it out there” no they didn’t. You had one guy who has been consistently wrong about everything put it out there and right wing echo chamber pick it…

I wish I could be like you mistake free , my bad I was thinking Syrian. You can come down off that high horse though because your comments are intentional and alot of people here think you don't know what your talking about..

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Yes, but the folks who don’t think I know what I’m talking about: attack kids with ball bats, get Syria and Saudi Arabia confused, link off 911 conspiracy sites and thought Romney was going to crush Obama in the election. Anyone who has been paying attention knows who’s got a strong track record for accuracy and who doesn’t.

And who would that be??? I think in your case its a matter of how you think, but again I'am sure you think your above the rest of us because your a liberal.....

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Liberal has nothing to do with it. There are several intelligent conservatives on this site, MikeA and MJ when’s he sober come to mind. I think TRHUTH is above lies, ignorance and nutty conspiracy.

Well then why do you bother responding to the ones who you think don't know what they are talking about. You should just have conversations with Mikey A and MJ because they are conservatives that believe you know what your talking about.. And TRHUTH is spelled TRUTH

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Yep, I should probably just leave the crazies well enough alone…

Also, I'm glad to see you corrected your spelling mistake in your previous post.

Erik Rush: Kill All Muslims in Response to Boston Marathon Attack
http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/erik-rush-kill-all-muslims-respons...
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Earlier today, there was an apparent bombing near the finish line of the Boston Marathon that, according to preliminary reports, has left two people dead and dozens more injured.

In response, and utterly without any evidence, frequent Fox News contributor Erik Rush tweeted out a message blaming the bombing on Muslim terrorists, saying "Everybody do the National Security Ankle Grab! Let's bring more Saudis in without screening them! C'mon! #bostonmarathon."

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

Ahh yes, rightwingwatch.org...that's about as credible as prisonplanet.com in a post above...

I noticed ignorant Wolfman didn't mention that the conservative columnist was African-American, a fact which wouldn't fit with his narrative. How could an African-American attack a Muslim when the Muslim religion is so infused in Africa and the Mid-East. Maybe Erik Rush has these feelings because he is African-American not because he's Conservative. I'm conservative and I don't have those feelings. Are they any other conservatives who don't feel we should kill all Muslims?

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Frequent Fox Guest Erik Rush Doubles Down On Islamophobic Rhetoric
http://mediamatters.org/blog/2013/04/18/frequent-fox-guest-erik-rush-dou...
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In the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon, Rush tweeted, "Everybody do the National Security Ankle Grab! Let's bring more Saudis in without screening them! C'mon!" After another Twitter user criticized Rush for blaming Muslims, Rush responded, "Yes, they're evil. Let's kill them all." Rush later claimed that the now-deleted tweet was "sarcasm," but in his weekly WorldNetDaily column, Rush lashed out by calling his critics "dhimmis" and smearing Islam as "wholly incompatible with Western society." Rush went on to claim that America is at war with Islam and that "While killing people is definitely undesireable, that is what war tends to be about":

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

media matters eh.

You and FG are clear examples that you can tell how crazy a person is by who they cite as a credible source.

MikeyA

What's most funny about Media Matters is how pissed the wing nuts get called out by their own words.

What is funny the emotionally driven FoxNews commentator Erik Rush deleted his twitter comments after they went viral with broad based condemnation. Why would he do that MikeyA?

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

Media Matters receives gov't funding and it's clearly a political organization. That is the only problem I have with them, and I do not support right wing organizations that do the same thing on the other side.

However, wolfman, I could care less about Rush's tweets. When you rely on an organization like Media Matters for your news you're getting a highly biased slant on the current events. For all your complaints about Fred and Fox News you're taking talking points from an organization that is further from the center than those two.

MikeyA

Media Matter’s isn’t a news organization. It’s media watchdog group specializing in right wing media.

never said it was. I said it was wolfman's news source. He linked it.

MikeyA

Actually I work for WSPD, I am not a Marine, I do not live in California, I get my thoughts from Rush Limbaugh and someplace called Faux News... When Bain and the Koch bros aren't telling me what to do, I disavow others by asking them to cite things but refuse to myself, things I write COULD be construed by SOME to be racist, and I am a name caller. - according to some on this site.

I appreciate the respect Sensor but your post was not as funny as the ones I mention above.

MikeyA

http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/teen-boston-marathon-bomber/story?id=18990...

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/buster/runners-fingered-as-bombing-suspects...

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

It's called profiling and leaking infomation. Question is, is it intentional.

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Sensorg: I wondered if you had any really good BBQ recipes from Toledo Talk?

Check it out ourself, obviously you're a regular there.

I have a twitter account too...that's a big deal I hear.

Beck: Muslims Responsible For Boston Bombing Because American Terrorists Target The Government

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OSHA last inspected Texas fertilizer plant in 1985
http://www.boston.com/business/news/2013/04/18/osha-last-inspected-texas...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Occupational Safety and Health Administration most recently inspected the Texas fertilizer plant that exploded Wednesday night in 1985.

Records reviewed by The Associated Press show that OSHA issued the West Chemical & Fertilizer Co., as the plant was called at the time, a $30 fine for a serious violation for storage of anhydrous ammonia.

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

Ahhh--and just think--another government agency is soon taking over our health care.

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