Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Year in Troof: January

The 1000th Clown joined Richard Gage's circus, only about 2-1/3rd years after Gage's predicted date. Not having learned his lesson, Box Boy promptly set a goal of having 2,000 members by summertime.

Cindy Sheehan joined the Troof Brigade.

The State Department blew a big hole in the "Osama Ain't Wanted for 9-11" meme.

The Obama Administration gave up on trying KSM in New York City.

6 Comments:

At 23 December, 2010 06:12, Blogger Bill said...

You guys left out that the facade of "Peer Review" at Bentham crumbled even more with the resigning of another editor, and Griscom opening his mouth about being a reviewer to which Jones had to attempt some damage control (by way of lying).

 
At 23 December, 2010 06:43, Blogger Pat said...

Bill, this post is about January 2010. Lots more Troofer fail 2010 to come.

 
At 23 December, 2010 23:44, Blogger Billman said...

2010 has been the failiest year for Dylan Avery's band of losers so far. But I'm betting because of the 10 year anniversary, that 2011 will pick them up some steam for a bit, before starting to die off even worse than 2010.

 
At 23 December, 2010 23:51, Blogger Billman said...

So wait a minute, if the State Department wants Osama for 9/11... why are the troofers STILL going on about the FBI not putting anything about 9/11 on why the FBI wants him?

When really it SHOULD be the State Department, when it's them who usually handles these types of things. And so they DO want him for 9/11. So why do the troofers care that the FBI doesn't want him for 9/11? Yet the fact that the FBI wants him for other things (relevant to the FBI's jurisdiction) doesn't mean anything?

Or is this one of those misconception "incredulous" things?

 
At 24 December, 2010 05:31, Blogger Richard Gage's Testicles said...

Or is this one of those misconception "incredulous" things?

The State Department doesn't have the power to haul anybody in or prosecute. They're just offering a reward for information. Anybody can do that.

The big problem with the "bin Laden isn't wanted for 9/11" myth is the same as always -- Troofers are trying to describe anomalies in a process they don't understand. bin Laden was indicted in 1998. DoJ can't just add the 2001 counts to the 1998 indictment. And the charges would be the same -- murder of US citizens, destruction of federal property, etc. -- so there's no point in issuing a new indictment. They already have legal authority to bring him in.

Apart from that, why would the government engage in a massive deception called 9/11 but then balk at putting out a false indictment for the guy they blame it all on? Because that would be lying?

 
At 24 December, 2010 07:19, Blogger Pat said...

RGT, it's another sacred list argument.

 

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