April 12, 2007

Citizens: Arrest Pelosi for felony!

Regarding the typical Republican wussiness in pursuing Nancy Pelosi (D-Feat) for possibly committing a felony under the Logan Act whereby Pelosi has clearly set out to negotiate with a foreign power..
Logan Act:Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.
Tom Lantos, D-Feat, has admitted they were in Syria offering an alternative U.S. policy to Assad, ie. breaching the Logan Act...

Meanwhile Lantos is opening boasting of visiting Iran, and challenging the President policy regarding nuclear fuel..
Lantos noted that with the speaker's support, he has co-sponsored legislation in the House that calls for making available to all countries -- including Iran -- nuclear fuel for peaceful purposes under international oversight by establishing a 'nuclear fuel bank.'

So if the Iranian president says that he is developing (nuclear material) for peaceful purposes, we are assisting him in that process, said Lantos, who anticipated the legislation could pass as early as May.
So what is the remedy? There is always a CITIZEN'S ARREST... and fortunately both California and D.C. offer a legal remedy.

The California Penal Code gives any citizen the right to make a citizen's arrest of another citizen in three alternative situations:
1. A public offense was committed or attempted in the citizen's presence.
2. The person arrested has committed a felony, although not in the citizen's presence.
3. A felony has been in fact committed and the citizen has reasonable cause for believing the person arrested has committed it.
Now on the surface, the DC code seems to have an insurmountable barrier, in that...
District of Columbia Law 23- 582(b) reads as follows:
(b) A private person may arrest another -
(1) who he has probable cause to believe is committing in his presence -
(A) a felony, or
(B) an offense enumerated in section 23-581 (a)(2);
However, if one stretches the spirit of the Logan Act, the act of negotiating is by itself, a long term affair that must occur over a time-frame...

Therefore it may be reasonable to infer that Pelosi may be thinking about her felonious behavior at the time you see her on the D.C. street.


I'd pay good money to see the Pelosi Mugshot. Actually on second thoughts, no I wouldn't unless her face is covered by a full burka.

Scientists NOT infallible!! Who Knew?

Noel Shephard over at Newsbusters has a nice piece on Joe Kernen: a morning anchor for the financial network CNBC who skewered Logic Deniers and Global Dumbers Laurie David/CherylCrowe.

On Tuesday, he invited singer Sheryl Crow and “An Inconvenient Truth” schlockumentary producer Laurie David on to discuss their “Stop Global Warming College Tour.”

To the thicko likes of David/Crowe, one of the basic tenets in the socialist liturgy of the Church of Manmade Global Warming is this...

Just like the Pope is for Catholics... "scientists" are INFALLIBLE.

Well, only certain "scientists" who are the chosen ones working on MATHEMATICAL MODELS

Sure... this is how reliable science can be using mathematical models.

From the London Sunday Times
April 8, 2007
Big Bang at the atomic lab after scientists get their math wrong
Jonathan Leake, Science Editor
A £2 billion project to answer some of the biggest mysteries of the universe has been delayed by months after scientists building it made basic errors in their mathematical calculations.

The mistakes led to an explosion deep in the tunnel at the Cern particle accelerator complex near Geneva in Switzerland. It lifted a 20-ton magnet off its mountings, filling a tunnel with helium gas and forcing an evacuation.

Last week an apparently furious and embarrassed Pier Oddone, director of Fermilab, said: “We are dumb-founded that we missed some very simple balance of forces. Not only was it missed in the engineering design but also in the four engineering reviews carried out between 1998 and 2002 before launching the construction of the magnets.”
Dumbfounded you missed something? No crap Copernicus!