Mel's Musings

Mel's Musings


"With anti-Christian sentiment on the rise in North America and abroad, the launch of this new bog [sic] couldn’t have been timelier...If you’re a discouraged Christian worried about the future, a visit to is like an elixir and sends you on your way with newfound hope."
Judi McLeod, Owner, Canada Free Press

"[The site] is filled with anti-Semitic comments and other outrageous statements, much of them in Latin."
Left-wing rag

"[I]t made me snarf my cran juice all over the screen."
Antonia Zerbisias, Media Critic, The Toronto Star

"Catch it while you can..." Newsweek

the mel box: malibu church of the holy family at yahoo dot com


...get it?

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Rehab ist rectum

Hey guys. My internet access is restricted in rehab. Know who's responsible? No, not the jews. The ethnics.

Sunday, August 20, 2006


Wow, this rehab is really keeping me busy. Does anyone else have an inner judeo-secularist? I know that Jesus' General has an inner-Frenchman that at times gets the best of him and writes on his blog. I am not so licentious as to allow my inner judeo-secularist to interfere with the wisdom of this blog, but I have not been able to prevent him from starting his own blog, I am embarrassed to say.

Would you guys do me a favor and pay him a visit and warn him of the abject sinfulness of his ways? And please don't tell anyone about my inner judeo-secularist, I am quite ashamed.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Abyssus abyssum invocat

A sign of the times? A harbinger of the end? Collective punishment of the people of New England for Lamont's victory?

— Residents are wondering if an animal found dead over the weekend may be the mysterious creature that has mauled dogs, frightened residents and been the subject of local legend for half a generation.

The animal was found near power lines along Route 4 on Saturday, apparently struck by a car while chasing a cat.

The carcass was photographed and inspected by several people who live in the area, but nobody is sure exactly what it is.

Michelle O'Donnell of Turner spotted the animal near her yard about a week before it was killed. She called it a "hybrid mutant of something."

"It was evil, evil looking. And it had a horrible stench I will never forget," she told the Sun Journal of Lewiston. "We locked eyes for a few seconds and then it took off. I've lived in Maine my whole life and I've never seen anything like it."

Well, based on Ms. O'Donnell's description alone I'd say we were talking about some New England hippy. But apparently there is photographic evidence in this case, which brings me to my next question:

Exactly what kind of animal IS THIS,

Helen Wheels? If I reload your webpage enough times, will he be the LA Animal society pet of the day? No doubt.

I'm changing my locks!

Tuesday, August 15, 2006


apocalypsis Iesu Christi quam dedit illi Deus palam facere servis suis quae oportet fieri cito et significavit mittens per angelum suum servo suo Iohanni
qui testimonium perhibuit verbo Dei et testimonium Iesu Christi quaecumque vidit
beatus qui legit et qui audiunt verba prophetiae et servant ea quae in ea scripta sunt tempus enim prope est
Iohannes septem ecclesiis quae sunt in Asia gratia vobis et pax ab eo qui est et qui erat et qui venturus est et a septem spiritibus qui in conspectu throni eius sunt
et ab Iesu Christo qui est testis fidelis primogenitus mortuorum et princeps regum terrae qui dilexit nos et lavit nos a peccatis nostris in sanguine suo
et fecit nostrum regnum sacerdotes Deo et Patri suo ipsi gloria et imperium in saecula saeculorum amen
ecce venit cum nubibus et videbit eum omnis oculus et qui eum pupugerunt et plangent se super eum omnes tribus terrae etiam amen
ego sum Alpha et Omega principium et finis dicit Dominus Deus qui est et qui erat et qui venturus est Omnipotens
ego Iohannes frater vester et particeps in tribulatione et regno et patientia in Iesu fui in insula quae appellatur Patmos propter verbum Dei et testimonium Iesu
fui in spiritu in dominica die et audivi post me vocem magnam tamquam tubae
dicentis quod vides scribe in libro et mitte septem ecclesiis Ephesum et Zmyrnam et Pergamum et Thyatiram et Sardis et Philadelphiam et Laodiciam
et conversus sum ut viderem vocem quae loquebatur mecum et conversus vidi septem candelabra aurea
et in medio septem candelabrorum similem Filio hominis vestitum podere et praecinctum ad mamillas zonam auream
caput autem eius et capilli erant candidi tamquam lana alba tamquam nix et oculi eius velut flamma ignis
et pedes eius similes orichalco sicut in camino ardenti et vox illius tamquam vox aquarum multarum
et habebat in dextera sua stellas septem et de ore eius gladius utraque parte acutus exiebat et facies eius sicut sol lucet in virtute sua
et cum vidissem eum cecidi ad pedes eius tamquam mortuus et posuit dexteram suam super me dicens noli timere ego sum primus et novissimus
et vivus et fui mortuus et ecce sum vivens in saecula saeculorum et habeo claves mortis et inferni
scribe ergo quae vidisti et quae sunt et quae oportet fieri post haec
sacramentum septem stellarum quas vidisti in dextera mea et septem candelabra aurea septem stellae angeli sunt septem ecclesiarum et candelabra septem septem ecclesiae sunt

Sunday, August 13, 2006


(Photo courtesy Liebermania)

Cal Thomas is an extremely perceptive and patriotic analyst of the political trends in our country, and as usual, he has hit the nail right on the head with respect to the Lamont insurgents:

The narrow primary defeat of veteran senator Joe Lieberman in Connecticut's Democratic primary is more than a loss for one man. It is a loss for his party and for the country. It completes the capture of the Democratic Party by its Taliban wing.

They used to be "San Francisco Democrats," a phrase coined by former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Jeane Kirkpatrick to describe the party's 1984 convention. But they have now morphed into Taliban Democrats because they are willing to "kill" one of their own, if he does not conform to the narrow and rigid agenda of the party's kook fringe.

One thing I admire about Joe Lieberman is that he realizes that any minute a swarm of Lamont suppporters could jump him and rip his body apart limb from limb, or perhaps even perpetrate an impromptu televised beheading, and yet it is a risk he is willing to take to fight for what he believes in.

Saturday, August 12, 2006


WASHINGTON - Republicans determined to win in November are up against a troublesome trend - growing opposition to President Bush.

An Associated Press-Ipsos poll conducted this week found the president's approval rating has dropped to 33 percent, matching his low in May. His handling of nearly every issue, from the Iraq war to foreign policy, contributed to the president's decline around the nation, even in the Republican-friendly South.

More sobering for the GOP are the number of voters who backed Bush in 2004 who are ready to vote Democratic in the fall's congressional elections - 19 percent.

Who are these traitorous crazies who have abandoned our leader in a time of great danger for our nation, a time when our nation's enemies (the Democrats) are about to take control?

These one-time Bush voters are more likely to be female, self-described moderates, low- to middle-income and from the Northeast and Midwest.

They sound like a bunch of wackos to me. Go back to San Francisco and drink some more Lattes!

Friday, August 11, 2006

Thank you, Jimmy!

Focus on the Family ministry founder James Dobson spoke in support Thursday of Mel Gibson and his film, "The Passion of the Christ," saying Gibson's drunken tirade during a traffic stop had nothing to do with "one of the finest films of this era."

Gibson, 50, was arrested for drunken driving Aug. 1 in Malibu, Calif., and launched an anti-Semitic rant toward the arresting deputy. Gibson reportedly said, "The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world," and asked him, "Are you a Jew?"

Dobson said in a statement that "we certainly do not condone that racially insensitive outburst," but added "Mel has apologized profusely for the incident and there the matter should rest."

Damn straight. I made one of the finest films of this era of the end times. Did I ask the police officer who busted me if he was a Jew? Yeah. But, in my defense, I apologized. And more importantly, he was actually a Jew. Christ! If only there were more wise men like Jimmy Dobson in this country, it would certainly be a better place .

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Democratus finitum es. Islamofascist thesaurus mos lucror per Lamont.

Illic est a vir quisnam volo perdo in MESOPOTAMIUM. Ned Lamont est periculosus pro Democratus est mos succurro concutio sit amo 1968 per "HIPPIES" quondam iterum. Democratus es defeatists tantum Joe Lieberman succurro Democrats lucror tamencertus ut Joe Lieberman eram non RABIDUS satis. Iam nos mos desumo in quod Democratus ire perdo iustus amo usquequaque operor quod Res publica ire ut lucror quoniam OSAMA bin LADEN est a valde nocens vir!

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Let us pray for Joe

He looks like he really needs it:


SALVE LIEBERMAN, Pater misericordiae. Vito, dulcedo, et spes nostro, salve. Ad te clamamus exsules filii Hevae. Ad te Suspiramus, gementes et flentes in hac lacrimarum valle. Eia ergo, Advocato nostro, illos tuos misericordes oculos ad nos converte. Et Iesum, benedictum fructum ventris tui, nobis post hoc exsilium ostende. O clemens, o pia, o dulcis Virgo Maria.

V. Ora pro nobis, Sancto Deux Genitro.
R. Ut digni efficiamur promissionibus Lieberman.

Monday, August 07, 2006

Bonus notitia ex Texas

Good news from Texas! He may not be a member of the True Church, but Tom DeLay is certainly a good man, and God (through the hand of Antonin Scalia) has decided that he wants him to remain in Congress(I was going to write him an email at his Congressional address, but I noticed his website is currently not working). Tom DeLay is the embodiment of the moral values of today's Republicans, and having him on the ballot as a constant reminder of Republican values is just great for America! The hammer drives another nail in the Democrats' coffin!

Est non ut vicis iterum, oro in verus lingua divina?

Maecenas atavis edite regibus,
o et praesidium et dulce decus meum:
sunt quos curriculo pulverem Olympicum
collegisse iuvat metaque fervidis
evitata rotis palmaque nobilis
terrarum dominos evehit ad deos
hunc, si mobilium turba Quiritium
certat tergeminis tollere honoribus,
illum, si proprio condidit horreo
quidquid de Libycis verritur areis.
gaudentem patrios findere sarculo
agros Attalicis condicionibus
numquam demoveas, ut trabe Cypria
Myrtoum pavidus nauta secet mare.
luctantem Icariis fluctibus Africum
mercator metuens otium et oppidi
laudat rura sui; mox reficit rates
quassas indocilis pauperiem pati.
est qui nec veteris pocula Massici
nec partem solido demere de die
spernit, nunc viridi membra sub arbuto
stratus, nunc ad aquae lene caput sacrae.
multos castra iuvant et lituo tubae
permixtus sonitus bellaque matribus
detestata. manet sub Iove frigido
venator tenerae coniugis inmemor,
seu visa est catulis cerva fidelibus
seu rupit teretes Marsus aper plagas.
me doctarum hederae praemia frontium
dis miscent superis, me gelidum nemus
Nympharumque leves cum Satyris chori
secernunt populo, si neque tibias
Euterpe cohibet nec Polyhymnia
Lesboum refugit tendere barbiton.
quodsi me lyricis vatibus inseres,
sublimi feriam sidera vertice.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

God Warns Connecticut

There's more of this to come if Lamont wins the Democratic primary on Tuesday.

From the frying pan into the fire.

The scorching heat of the early afternoon yesterday in the Connecticut River Valley, with temperatures reaching 100 degrees in places, gave way to a line of violent thunderstorms that tore up Hampshire and Hampden counties around 5 p.m., ripping up trees and knocking out power.

If Lamont wins, the temparature in the Connecticut River is going to reach 100 degrees celsius.

Saturday, August 05, 2006

Desumo Lieberman Pro Senatus!

So, there is a big Senate race in Connecticut. And a lot of you have been asking me who to vote for. Well, I know that Joe Lieberman and I were in complete agreement on Terry Schiavo, so go vote for Joe!

Gratis Bill

Geraldo was not ready to forgive Gibson and shared an experience he had in Israel earlier with a memner of Hamas responsible for a terror attack on Israel which disrupted peace progress there at a crucial time. The man said the same thing that Gibson said. "Are you a Jew? Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world." Geraldo claimed that had he been the cop arresting Gibson, he would have hit him adding that everyone should make up their own minds about seeing Gibson's movies.

O'Reilly, making sure to say there is no excuse for Gibson's behavior, started to get agitated claiming there is a point when they " enjoy the suffering of the rich and powerful. They have blood all over their mouths, these vampires!" He ranted for a few more seconds saying in a satisfied but almost childish way, "Anybody celebrating your suffering is a bad person!"

For looking out for the little guy!

Friday, August 04, 2006

Opus hodiernus, mortalitas II

Pat Robertson seems to have bought in to that PC "Global warming" crap.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Conservative Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson said on Thursday the wave of scorching temperatures across the United States has converted him into a believer in global warming.

Pat that guy a wacko or what?

Gratis Hollywood et Jodie

Thanks to Jewish Hollywood for accepting my two "apologies". And Jodie Foster who vouched for my lack of anti-semitism after my anti-semitic tyrade rant, to you I say: "Thanks, sugartits." And I mean it from the heart.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

My new favorite song

Fucking ABC

The ABC television network announced late yesterday that it had scrapped plans for the Braveheart star to produce a mini-series on the Holocaust. It was the second apology Gibson has issued through his publicist since his arrest early Friday.

The fucking television networks. The television networks are responsible for all the commercials in the world! I am going to fuck ABC!


Monday, July 31, 2006


The "real" Mel Gibson arrest photo

I would like to thank the Malibu Police Department for sticking up for me and getting rid of the photo the Jews wanted them to publish. I guess the millions I donated to them went to a good cause. The Malibu P.D. are stand up guys. They stood up to the Jews and stood up for me. I take back my previous comments about them being in on the conspiracy to prevent me from practicing my religion. Apparently it was a Jew and his Jew friends who had infiltrated the Malibu P.D. and were on a vendetta to stop my preaching of the truth. I am still proud to say that I support the Malibu P.D. and not the Mali-JEW P.D.

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Oratio ad iesvs

Because many of you have gone too long without prayer in the true language of Christ.

EN EGO, o bone et dulcissime Iesu, ante conspectum tuum genibus me provolvo, ac maximo animi ardore te oro atque obtestor, ut meum in cor vividos fidei, spei et caritatis sensus, atque veram peccatorum meorum poenitentiam, eaque emendandi firmissimam voluntatem velis imprimere; dum magno animi affectu et dolore tua quinque vulnera mecum ipse considero ac mente contemplor, illud prae oculis habens, quod iam in ore ponebat tuo David propheta de te, o bono Iesu: Foderunt manus meas et pedes meos: dinumeraverunt omnia ossa mea. Amen.

Ummm, ABC, we're still on, right?

For the holocaust miniseries? Why aren't you returning my calls?

LOS ANGELES Mel Gibson stirred passions with his blockbuster "Passion of the Christ" and might well again with his latest project — a nonfiction television movie set against the backdrop of the Holocaust.

For ABC, Gibson's Con Artist Productions is developing "Flory," based on the true-life love story of a Dutch Jew named Flory Van Beek and her non-Jewish boyfriend who sheltered her from the Nazis.

Gibson's involvement in the project has already raised some eyebrows because critics claimed "Passion" contained anti-Semitic elements, a charge Gibson has denied. Gibson's father also is on the record denying that the Holocaust took place.

"For him to be associated with this movie is cause for concern," said Rafael Medoff, director of the David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies in Melrose Park, Pa., and the author of an annual study of Holocaust denial.

"He needs to come clean that he repudiates Holocaust denial, and that he understands the Holocaust was not just another atrocity that occurred in World War II along with other atrocities."

Dude, listen, I totally understand the "Holocaust". I am all about the "Holocaust". I am Mr. Holocaust man.

Quinn Taylor, ABC's senior vice president in charge of television movies, acknowledged that controversy surrounding Gibson could help publicize the project. But he had a harsh reply for early critics.

"I would tell them to shut up and wait to see the movie, and then judge," said Taylor, who oversaw ABC's Emmy-winning miniseries "Anne Frank." "I'm not about to rewrite history. I'm going to explore an amazing love story that we can all learn from and, hopefully, be inspired by."

Quinn's got it right. Just shut up, you FUCKING judeo secularists! The miniseries is gonna be great. I feel in light of my experience as a director and creative abilities, I can bring a unique perspective to coverage of the "Holocaust". As soon as ABC calls me back. Cause I'm not sure if this whole Apocalypto deal is going to pan out. Disney is saying that they want to discuss some "issues" regarding its release.

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Maledictio iudaeus

I know that eventually this picture is going to be made public because of the judeo-secular media, so I wanted to just get it out in the open, before it is manipulated again. Notice the amount of force being used to suppress my deeply held religious convictions. I consumed fifteen bottles of the blood of Christ, in order to be filled with the holy spirit, as my religious faith commands. After having consumed this delicious blood, I felt the need to drive around and share the glory with my neighbors. Unfortunately, the judeo-secularist police department of Malibu California had been working for months to suppress Christ, and then yesterday morning, in full force, with machine guns drawn, they showed up. It obviously was not your ordinary traffic stop.

As you can see in this picture, distributed in an email by officials from the Malibu Police Department, my capture was but part of an ongoing judeo-secular crusade, and clearly, they are proud.

Est is nuntius nos volo transmitto ut nostrum liberi?

What about the fucking children? It's really all about them. Is this the message we want to send the children? Time was when I was growing up--when I was growing up, those were interesting times--I remember religion was a good thing. My dad, Hutton, always used to tell me about what a great man Jesus was, and how a certain group of people in our society didn't like Jesus, and how that group of people was always going around starting wars and arbitrarily pulling people over on the Pacific Coast Highway. Kids were taught to believe in Jesus, the true Pre-Vatican II Jesus, and to speak Latin, and we didn't have all this rampant immorality that we have with the youth today (at least until Vatican II got underway).

But now apparently when a man is doing nothing more than practicing his faith, serving as a veritable (and much needed) role-model for today's youth, he is arrested, and prosecuted.


Friday, July 28, 2006

Licentia monastica futurus NON IN CALIFORNIUM

I am very sorry, friends, I have been away for far too long. I started this blog so I could have a dialogue with the "common people," such as yourselves, maybe get some input about what I should do in the future, and let people know that the true Catholic Church is not the left-wing, Vatican II church of Pope Benedict.

But I started having so much fun with blogging that I fell behind on my movie, and Disney pulled a boner so I knew I would end up dead if I kept talking. Shit!

But Disney be damned, today I have come to realize that my fifth amendment right to freedom of religion is not valid in Schwarzenegger's California. Early this morning, after a late-night prayer session at the Church of the Holy Family, I was on my way home to spend some time with my wife and seven children, when I was pulled over by the police!

They told me that drinking the blood of Jesus was a crime. If being a true Christian is a crime for which I may be persecuted prosecuted, then I will demand the death penalty!

This is outrageous!

Friday, February 10, 2006

Viva Californium, et viva Scandinavium

Just when I think that the situation in my state is hopeless, that judeo-secularist and homosexual radicals have imposed their tyranny upon it, it does something to make me proud. It shows its support for Denmark:


CARLSBAD - 02/07/06 - LEGOLAND California chalked-up positive revenue results for 2005 with its parent company unveiling plans for a major expansion at the Southern California theme park and a fifth theme park - probably somewhere in North America - within the next five years.

More than just an expansion of a theme park, this represents a clear, unambiguous, message to all these crazed bearded fundamentalists who want to tell the Danes and the good people of the world what to do. That message is: Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione; noli me vocate. Ego te vocabo.

By the way, I've seen a lot of people out there putting Danish flags on their website to show their solidarity with the country. That is a good first step, but if you want to truly show your support, you need to have Danish text on your flag, not English. Because if Islamics get pissed off by Danish flags, just imagine how much more pissed they'll be if there is Danish text, too.

Sunday, February 05, 2006

Opus hodiernus: fructus per tactus

Tag - you're it!

Isn't the internets a fun place? I can share my views on politics, religion and the like, but I have also made some friends (but mostly enemies). I was recently "tagged" by Johnny Sutra. He asked me to fill out this little questionaire, so here we go!

Seven things I say:

1. Outrageous!
2. Oh fuck, a lot of those guys pulled a boner.
3. Pater noster.
4. Feminists don't like me, and I don't like them.
5. They [the gays] take it up the ass.
6. Do I sound like a homosexual? Do I talk like them? Do I move like them?
7. ...[M]en and women are just different. They are not equal. The same way that you and I are not equal.

Seven books I like

1. Latin Bible
2. Summae Theoligiae (Latin version), Thomas Aquinas
3. Quaestiones disputatae (Latin version), Aquinas
4. Any books by Pope Lucius III
5. Any books by Pope Innocent IV
6. The International Jew - The World's Foremost Problem, by Henry Ford
7. Inside the Passion, an Insider's Look at the Passion of the Christ

Seven movies I like:

1. The Passion of the Christ
2. Quo Vadis?
3. The 10 Commandments
4. Lethal Weapon I
5. Lethal Weapon II
6. Ben Hur
7. Lethal Weapon III

Seven things I cannot do:

1. accept judeo-secularism
2. sue myself again
3. follow the progressive Vatican II "Church"
4. make a bad movie
5. keep a mock Mayan village and pyramids for myself when the Mexicans are so poor and have so little
6. live without Latin
7. auto-fellatio

Seven things I have to do before I die:

1. learn more Latin dialects
2. physically re-enact Christ's last day
3. destroy judeo-secularism
4. make a movie about Christ's conception
5. run for governor and then president
6. re-write the U.S. constitution based on the teachings of the True Church
7. Get the high score on Grand Theft Auto

Seven things I like about cities:

1. there are more members of the True Church
2. more sinners to convert
3. judeo-secularism is in full view, it is easier to battle
4. the gays and the judeo-secularists are concentrated in a small area, making it easier for God to smite them
5. lots of consumers for my movies
6. Latin is understood by more people
7. Pizza (ancient Roman style)

I welcome your comments, both from amici and hostili alike. If any of you wish to answer the same questions please feel free to do so in the comments section.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Californium locuta est, Causa finita est

SACRAMENTO — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is entering his reelection campaign $410,000 in debt, while his Democratic rivals and union foes are armed with more than $50 million.

He also continued supplementing his aides' government salaries by paying them additional sums in campaign money, according to campaign reports filed with the state Tuesday.

Schwarzenegger spent $8.2 million of his own money, and tens of millions more of his contributors' money, on his ill-fated special election effort to change state government. Altogether, his campaign cost more than $45 million, depleting his accounts.

Although his opponents spent almost $100 million to defeat the initiatives Schwarzenegger championed in the November vote, many of them emerged with hefty bank accounts.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

A fronte Utah, a tergo lupi

Sometimes, you have to admire the courage and wisdom of the people of Utah. Though they do not know the true Latin Jesus, I hope God will look kindly on them for supporting his chosen Christ-like Executive Officer on this earth.

"The mind-set of Utah" is how Frank Guliuzza III, chairman of the political science department at Weber State University in Ogden, explains the percentages. Not only is Utah the nation's most Republican state, "there's a sense of loyalty and patriotism that kind of overcomes the tendency toward cynicism that is evident in the rest of the country right now," he says.

In Randolph, though -- where Bush received 95.6 percent of the vote and support for him continues to be nearly unanimous -- the mind-set is even more specific to a place that seems less a part of the modern United States than insulated from it. It isn't just mustard, but everything[...]

Sooner or later, everyone stops by Gator's, which makes it the best place in Randolph, population about 480, to listen to people talk about their beloved president.

In comes Debra McKinnon, 53, who says she nearly dropped dead nine months ago from heart failure and is working for one reason only: health insurance. She takes 12 pills a day, for which she pays several hundred dollars a month, which, without insurance, would be four times that. Is that Bush's fault, though? "No," McKinnon says. "It's a problem from the drug companies to the lawyers to the doctors to Congress, and it's not because Bush isn't a caring man. I think he's a very caring man. I think he's a decent, God-fearing person, and I hope we are, too[...]"

But Utah also holds dark (literally) secrets for the Bush regnum.

Hey, Aaron," Orton says, and in comes a young man who is 16, and who is considered one of Rich County's three African Americans even though he considers himself a mix of a white mother and black father.

He spells his last name: "C-H-E-N-E-Y."

"Yeah," he says. "Distant relatives." His grandmother did the genealogy and explained the connection. He has no idea if it's true, he says -- but even if it is, the reason he likes Bush has less to do with that than with his mother's decision to come to Randolph when he was 8 years old.

Dick Cheney has black family? In Utah?Quid? Does John McCain know about this? Does Lynne Cheney know?

Monday, January 30, 2006


I have noticed lately there has been much talk about Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pennsylvania.

Ever wonder what it takes to get started in lobbying? Well, it helps to be old friends with a congressman. Cecelia Grimes, for instance, has known Rep. Curt Weldon (R-Penn.) for 15 years. She's a real estate agent, and in 2000, she handled the purchase of his home.

In March 2003, without any prior experience, she got started in lobbying. Her firm, Grimes and Young, has no office or website and she's the only lobbyist. She lives in a small town in Pennsylvania. Her partner is a 28-year-old lawyer who's married to the son of a congressman, Rep. Bill Young (R-Fla.).

Despite Grimes' lack of experience, her clients have shown a real knack for winning Weldon's support. Weldon is vice chairman of the House Armed Services Committee and the House Homeland Security Committee, and Grimes has racked up a number of defense contractor clients as a result.

The LA Times' piece hangs on the question of what a real estate agent could offer to a defense contractor or any other client besides access to Weldon. Apparently those around Weldon know that: one Grimes client was referred to her by a Weldon aide; another by a friend of Weldon's.

Weldon has a history of extending the benefits of his public service to his friends and family - "In 2004, a report by The Times disclosed that Weldon's daughter landed about $1 million in lobbying contracts with foreign clients who were assisted by the congressman."


I don't know Mr. Weldon, but I do recall a former friend of mine named Judi, from Canada, telling me this:

About my take on The Terminator and his "Christian" values. From some
of the stuff I've seen from my marvelous researchers, he's no true
Republican and is about as Christian as our own Prime Minister Paul
Martin, a Catholic who legislated same-sex marriage and only last month
legalized orgies that 14-year-old boys can participate in, provided no
alcohol is served on the premises. From all that I hear, The
Terminator is heavily influenced by his wife's relatives, the Kennedys.

In my books, California would be so much better off without him. The
people trying to coax you into the race are right on the money. Not
everybody in Hollywood is hanging left, with Alec Baldwin so to speak.
Thank God we had Ronnie Reagan, and his son Michael, now doing
wonderful things at the fabulous Don't forget Clint
Eastwood who did a great job as mayor.

You had asked about imminent political changes in Canada. I'm praying.
But we have had the Liberals for 13 years. Just two days before the
June 2004 Canadian election, Michael Moore arranged to have his film
Farehenheit 9/11 shown and was here begging people not to elect
Conservative leader Stephen Harper because he was "too much like Bush".
The Montreal-based powerbrokers behind Martin and his predecessor are
big UN boys who make millions on oil deals with the likes of Saddam
Hussein. (Arnie is doing business with them, too in municipal bonds in
a bank called Paribas. Canada has become so anti-American, something I
worry about and I will be going to Washington on Feb. 16, at the
request of the lead investigator in oil-for-food who wrote and asked me
to come and talk to him about Canadian heavy Maurice Strong. I have
also been invited a day later to come and talk to Congressman Curt
Weldon. who is doing a great job trying to inform Americans about the
treachery of the politicians who silenced Able Danger and thus allowed
the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to happen.

Now, Mr. Weldon sounds to me like a good Christian, but I am just hoping he is not being misled by a left-wing, wacko journalist, and he does not rely upon such information to form his theories such as Able Danger.

Judi, have you told Rep. Weldon about your theory that the Mafia is responsible for 9/11? That is certainly something that ought to be looked into.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Opus hodiernus: artus poetica

I am a warrior for Jesus Christ
Judeo-Secularists I battle
With my youthful good looks I do them entice
Come see my films, watch my saber rattle
Jesus died on a pole, he was so nice
Because Judas was a fucking tattle
Secular judeics, will pay the price
Never shall they convert my fine chattel.