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The News Dissector – October 11, 2012
“Remember: The biggest party in America is neither Democrats nor Republicans. It’s the party of non-voters – a group that outnumbers the other two.” — Robert Reich
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BONUS TRACK: 1%’s Trilateral Commission siding with Romney against Obama
Patrick Wood: ”As has been the case since the election of Jimmy Carter in 1976, the Trilateral Commission has dominated both the Republican and Democratic parties and their subsequent Administrations. (See The Trilateral Commission: Usurping Sovereignty)” and ”The IMF is not to be viewed as a friend to humanity. It is a global elite sumo wrestler that operates a tag team with the World Bank and the Bank for International Settlements, in order to promote the policies of globalization.”
Exposed by NewsMax: Pope Prays in Arabic
Ed. note: So jeez, papa, how about one for the Farsi-speakers? Just sayin’ in case NewsMax (WorldNetDaily) didn’t notice, Persians (Iranians) are Muslims too.
Pope Ratzinger XVI: ”بارك الله بكم جميعا” Or, ”Dio vi benedica tutti!”
ON/OFF SUBJECT: Tutti Frutti, Good Booty (1955)
The band: Little Richard (Penniman) vocals; Huey Smith, piano; Frank Fields, bass; Justin Adams, guitar; Earl Palmer, drums, and Lee Allen on tenor saxophone, and Alvin ”Red” Tyle on baritone. Trivia: Queen played Tutti Frutti at every gig during their live Magic Tour shows in 1986. Also note ”A-wop bop-a loo-mop, a good goddamn!” was changed to ”A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop-a-lop-bop-bop” by Little Richard for the Specialty recording, and to ”A-wop bop-a loo-mop, a-lop bam-boom!” by Elvis Presley and Pat Boone.